Ajimobi’s Death: Fear God, Nobody Goes To Grave With Money
– Bamgbose Warns Politicians
Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has cautioned lawmakers to fear God.
Bamgbose gave the admonition in a response to the passing of a previous Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi, an advancement he depicted as “an extremely excruciating and a tragic one.”
The senior legal counselor, who before the passing of the All Progressives Congress, APC, chieftain, proclaimed that it would take genuine supplications for him to get by past July 7, 2020, said pioneers must have it at the rear of their psyches that demise is inescapable.
In talk with DAILY POST on Saturday morning, Bamgbose additionally depicted the previous administrator as perhaps the most brilliant government official from the South West, including that, “The Yorubas have truly lost a star, a jewel, in certainty Nigeria all in all.”
He included, “He kicked the bucket at a significant time when his political information sources would have been generally required. It’s extremely heartbreaking to have lost a famous child of his political bore. He will be enormously missed. He was a man to deal with.
“I sympathize with the individuals of Oyo State and his close family for the pitiful misfortune. Demise is no uncertainty an essential end. One will, along these lines, utilize this chance to caution our legislators to fear God.
“They should realize that, they will give a full record of their stewardship to their Creator in the afterlife. The Holy Bible clarified that, we accompanied nothing, and we will leave with nothing.
“Our legislators should display the dread of God in whatever they do. They can get away from natural judgment, however that of God, is inevitable.
“They ought to shun defilement since, it might appear to be brilliant, yet by the day’s end, it will be heartbreaking. No one goes to the grave with cash. Administration to the subjects ought to be their watchword.”