The Deputy Chief of staff to the Governor, Kogi State, Hon. SUNDAY FALEKE , has described the death of the Chief Imam of Ayetoro Gbede FADEELAT SHEIKH TIAMIYU AROBANY, as a great loss to the Muslim community and the state in general.
In a condolence message signed by Hon. Sunday Faleke, Hon Faleke said the late cleric would be sorely missed and remembered for his bold and courageous sermons which stood him out in the present-day Nigeria.
“He was indeed a respected cleric who was always mindful of his integrity and used his sermons to engineer positive changes in the behaviour and character of his followers,” Hon. Sunday Faleke said.
“He was a devout Muslim; humanist and bridge builder and would be remembered for his fairness, boldness and thought-provoking sermons.”
Hon. SUNDAY FALEKE , while commiserating with the family of the late cleric, urged them to take solace in the fact that he lived a fulfilled life and contributed immensely to the peaceful coexistence in the State until his demise.
“On behalf of my family and the people of kogi State, I (would) like to specially commiserate with the immediate family of the deceased and the Muslim Community for this great irreparable loss,” the Deputy Chief of staff said.