Mr Gboyega Oyetola, the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate for the coming gubernatorial election in Osun state has described the death of the General Manager of Osun Amblance Service (O’ambulance), Dr. Olusoji Adeleke Akinloye, as shocking and sad.
Oyetola in a condolence message issued by Ilerioluwa Campaign Oganisation spokesperson, Dayo Fashola and made available CityMirrorNews on Sunday in Osogbo said Akinloye’s death is a colossal lost to health family and the entire state.
He commiserated with the Akinloye family , and LAUTECH staff and management on the demise of Akinloye whom he described as “a very distinguished Doctor who demonstrated incredible courage and leadership, since inception of the O’ambulance scheme by Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola’ .
According to the APC standard bearer, late Dr. Olusoji Adeleke Akinloye will be fondly remembered for his dedication and commitment as a medical practitioner and for his numerous landmark contributions to the development of the State of Osun health sector.
Oyetola urged the bereaved family, friends and associates to honour Akinloye’s memory by upholding his invaluable sacrifices and dedication in service to humanity . He prays that Almighty God will comfort all who mourn Akinloye, and grant his soul perfect peace.
CityMirrorNews reports that Akinloye died yesterday morning without any inkling of ill health.
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