By Mosunmola Ayobami, Kwara
The remains of the Chief of Staff to the Kwara State Governor, Aminu Adisa Logun was buried on Wednesday morning in Ilorin, the state capital.
Logun who died on Tuesday evening from COVID-19 complications was buried at his GRA home on Ijumu Road in Ilorin in line with the COVID-19 protocols and guidelines.
Supervised by the burial team of the COVID-19 Technical committee in accordance with extant protocols for Muslims, the janazah prayer was led by the Chief Imam of Ilorin.
In a brief sermon, an Islamic scholar, Dr Abubakar Imam Aliagan described the late Chief of Staff as a silent achiever, a philanthropist, and promoter of unity within his family.
“Alhaji Aminu Adisa Logun since we know him was a complete gentleman, a lover of humanity. I can recall, maybe the last time he came to the family mosque, he made some corrections to the mosque by himself to improve the structure,” the islamic scholar said.
Dr Imam-Aliagan prayed that Allah should accept him as one of his servants and grant him Aljanah fridaus.
Among those at the low-key burial were the Deputy Governor Kayode Alabi, Secretary to the State Government Professor Mamman Saba Jubril, Special Adviser to the Governor on Political Matters Saadudeen Salaudeen, Special Adviser on Special Duties Yinka Aluko, Special Assistant to the Governor on Religious Affairs (Islamic), Zubair Dan Maigoro, Senior Advisor and Counselor to the Governor Kale Belgore and the Director-General, Bureau of Lands Bolaji Edun.