COVID-19: Aremu condoles Kwara govt, Ilorin Emir over CoS death

 Former Labour Party governorship candidate in Kwara state, Comrade Issa Aremu, has condoled with Governor AbdulRazaq AbdulRahman of Keara state over the death of his Chief of Staff, Alhaji Aminu Adisa Logun.
Comrade Aremu, a member of National Institute, in a statement on Thursday also condoled with the Ilorin Emirate Council and the people of Kwara state over the irredeemable loss, noting that the late CoS left a void that would be difficult to fill. 

Aremu, who lamented the death of the Kwara state Chief of Staff, which occurred last Tuesday due to complications from COVID-19, tasking the people of Kwara state and indeed all Nigerians to adhere strictly to all protocols to combat the spread of the pandemic. 

“The former Labour Party (LP) Governorship candidate in Kwara state, Comrade Issa Aremu, formally condoled Alhaji Abdulrazaq Abdulrahman , Executive Governor of Kwara state, the Ilorin Emirate Council, the government and good people of Kwara state on the death of the Chief of Staff, Alhaji Aminu Adisa Logun on Tuesday July 7 2020, due to complications from COVID-19.”

The labour leader said that “the posthumous testimonies of honesty of purpose, enterprise and hard work show that Alhaji Logun lived a rewarding and impactful life. The nation would miss the late statesman and successful entrepreneur. 

“The late Chief of Staff was a pride of the prestigious National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, Kuru, Jos of which he was among the pioneer participants.
“While all Nigerians must intensify prayers for safety and good health, the best tribute to all that have died of complications from COVID-19, is for the living to obey public health protocols with respect to social distancing, use of nose masks, regular hand wash and avoidance of public gatherings.”

The labour leader warned that, “with as many as 30,000 confirmed cases and 700 deaths nationwide, COVID-19 is dangerously real and precautions and prayers would save all. Respect for public health must be seen as an act of worship for both the high and the low, failing with “we all risk avoidable grief”.

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