Kasunmu commiserates with Lagos COS, Tayo Ayinde, over loss of wife

The Member representing Ikeja Constituency II in the Lagos State House of Assembly, LSHA, Hon Adedamola Richard Kasunmu has penned a condolence message to commiserate with the Chief of Staff to the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Tayo Ayinde whose wife passed on Sunday.
Princess Adedoyin Ayinde

The Member representing Ikeja Constituency II in the Lagos State House of Assembly, LSHA, Hon Adedamola Richard Kasunmu has penned a condolence message to commiserate with the Chief of Staff to the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Tayo Ayinde whose wife passed on Sunday.

The Chairman of the House Committee on Lands, said “I received the devastating news of the demise of the wife of my big brother and Lagos State Chief of Staff, Hon.Tayo Akinmade Ayinde @tayoakinmadeayinde with utmost shock and disbelief”.

“It is still very difficult and emotionally bitter for me to come to terms with because I was actually looking forward to seeing her soon”.

“She was a beautiful soul, a dutiful wife, a virtuous woman, a caring sister and a cheerful lover of people”.

“While we cannot question God over occurrences like these, her death, however, has left a huge vacuum in our hearts that would be very difficult to fill”.

“On behalf of my immediate family, political family and the entire Ikeja Constituency 2, I sincerely commiserate with my ever-caring brother and leader, Hon. Tayo Ayinde and the entire Ojora Family over this sad loss”.

“It is my prayer that God will comfort, strengthen and uphold you and the entire family at this difficult moment”.

“May we never experience such again”

“Adieu my darling Sister. Fare thee well” he concluded.

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