Omoluabi Mourns Passage of Chief Owoeye, Describes Him as Epitome of Godliness, Undisputed Advocate of Okun Unity

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The immediate past Special Adviser to Governor of Kogi State on Civil Service and Labour Matters, Omoluabi Bode Adeyemi have described the death of Elder Joseph Owoeye, a foremost Okun ambassador and quintessential public servant, as a rare specie of his generation who imbibed character of honesty, preached holiness, exemplifies service and wear humility at all time.

He made the statement in a press release as tribute to the elder statesman who passed on to glory a few days ago.

Omoluabi said the life and time of Elder Joseph Owoeye was full of selflessness, service to God and commitment to fatherland. He described him as unblemished civil servant who served Kwara and Kogi states meritoriously both at the Kwara State Polytechnic and Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja.

Omoluabi also described Elder Owoeye as a man who committed his all to the unity, progress and development of Okunland. He said the late elder statesman played key and undeniable but selfless roles in all affairs that concerned his people throughout his life.

The former Special Adviser said “Baba, at the home front also raised the best family, taught his children in the fear of God and service to the people. Elder Owoeye was a source of inspiration, help and progress to many Okun students over a long time.

“Elder Joseph Owoeye would be missed for his honesty, frankness, humility and service.”

He enjoined the family he left behind to take solace in the indelible footprints and impact their patriarch made to humanity.

He prayed to God to grant Baba eternal rest and prayed for God to give his loved ones the fortitude to bear the irreparable and irreplaceable loss


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