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Aregbesola Condones With OSBC Over Abimbola’s Death

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Osun State Governor, Rauf Aregbesola has expressed grief over Nathaniel Abimbola’s death.

An auto crash which occurred at Asejire in Osun, on Friday, killed five persons while others sustained severe injuries.

Among the dead was a journalist, Nathaniel Abimbola, working with the Osun State Broadcasting Corporation (OSBC) in Osogbo. His friends said he was aged 48. He marked his birthday on 26 of February this year.

Aregbesola in a condolence message signed by the Director Bureau of Communication and Strategy, Mr. Semiu Okanlawon in Osogbo on Saturday, said the death of Abimbola has robbed the state-owned media organization of one of its most dependable hands.

“This is sudden and tragic. Abimbola has shown himself as a reliable hand in the business of dissemination of information.

“His life was short but was eventful. He has demonstrated capacity for professional excellence but he has come to the end of his journey.

“We console ourselves with the reality that death is a necessary end that must come when it is our time.”

The Governor urged the entire OSBC family to take the loss with equanimity.

Also, the state council of Nigeria Union of Journalists ( NUJ) has declared a seven day mourning for Abimbola.

Mr. Biodun Olalere, chairman of the union, described Abimbola as a man loved by all through his penchant for peace and hardwork.

Also, the State House of Assembly, has described Abimbola’s death as a rude shock.

In a statement by the Chairman, House Committee on Information and Strategy, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, the assembly said Nathaniel’s death was like a strange dream.

Abimbola, a graduate of University of Ibadan was attached to the State Assembly and had been on the beat for 10 years.

He was survived by an aged mother, wife and three children–two boys and a girl.

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