Senator Adeola expresses shock at demise of OPC leader, Fasheun - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Saturday, December 1, 2018

Senator Adeola expresses shock at demise of OPC leader, Fasheun

Dr Faaheun

Godwin Akomah 

The Senator representing Lagos West at the National Assembly, Solomon Adeola,  has expressed shock and sadness at the demise of Odua People’s Congress, OPC leader Dr. Fredrick Fasheun.

Dr. Frederick Fasehun, a Nigerian medical doctor, hotelier and leader of the Oodua Peoples Congress is said to have died at the Intensive Care Unit of Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, Ikeja, Lagos. He was 83.

In a statement on Saturday by 
Chief Kayode Odunaro, Media Adviser to Adeola, the All Progressives Congress(APC) Senator commiserated with members of Fasheun's immediate family, the Yoruba Race and Nigeria over the loss, saying the  late Octogenarian contributed immensely for human and democratic rights in Nigeria.

The Senate Committee Chairman for Local Contents added that the deceased also affected positively, the healthcare development of the nation, noting also that his wealth of experience and patriotic contribution to the society will be sorely missed at this point in Nigerian history.

He stated: “My senatorial district has lost a prominent Nigerian who stood for truth and fought the rights of his people in Nigerian federation.  His role in the fight to enthrone democracy against military rule in Nigeria remains indelible in history.” Adeola stated.

Senator Adeola prayed for the peaceful repose of the soul of the elder statesman and fortitude for the family to bear the irreparable loss.

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