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Governor Biodun Oyebanji Mourns the Loss of Paul Omotoso

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The sudden passing of Paul Omotoso, the Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State, has left Governor Biodun Oyebanji in a state of shock. The news was particularly devastating for the Governor as Omotoso had shown no signs of illness at their most recent meeting.

Governor Oyebanji, still grappling with the reality of the Chairman’s demise, described Omotoso as a reliable ally and brother. His contributions to the APC and the government were invaluable. Omotoso’s legacy will live on, particularly as he was the first party chairman in Ekiti State to secure consecutive victories for a party, a milestone in the state’s political history.

The Governor attributed the APC’s electoral success at local, state, and national levels during Omotoso’s tenure to his selfless sacrifices and dedication. Omotoso’s administrative prowess, diligence, maturity, managerial and diplomatic skills, and his knack for conflict resolution were instrumental in maintaining internal cohesion within the party.

Omotoso, a man of wisdom, made significant impacts in party and state affairs. He was always ready to provide wise counsel when needed. His loss is deeply felt as he was a pillar of Ekiti’s development, a peacemaker, a humble servant of the people, and a selfless party organizer.

On behalf of the government and the people of Ekiti State, Governor Oyebanji extends his condolences to Omotoso’s immediate family, the people of Imesi Ekiti, and all members of the APC. He prays for God’s comfort for the bereaved family and everyone mourning this great loss.

The statement concluded with a prayer for the repose of the departed Chairman, “May our dear departed brother find eternal rest.”

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