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OGD, Toyin Amuzu Condole With Ogun NUJ, Amosu Family

•••Ogun NUJ Chairman’s Death, A Personal Loss To Me - OGD





The Daily Crucible | Published Tuesday, November 16, 2021


A Stalwart of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, Chief Toyin Amuzu TA, has described the death of the Chairman, Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ), Ogun State Council, Comrade Olusoji Amosun as a rude shock and a great loss, to everyone including his immediate family and the entire members of the journalism profession in Nigeria and Ogun State in particular.

Also, former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel has described the death of the Chairman of Nigeria Union of Journalists, Ogun State Council, Comrade Soji Amosun as a great shock and personal loss to him.

Reacting, Chief Amuzu in a condolence message said the late Deputy Director of the National Orientation Agency, NOA, Comrade Olusoji Amosu was a thorough bred professional with exemplary leadership traits during his lifetime. 

According to him,“Comrade Olusoji Amosu discharged his duties creditably well in the many capacities that he served during his sojourn and would be fondly remembered for his dedication, selflessness and zeal to the growth of the Ogun State Council of NUJ and the National Orientation Agency among others. 

The Asiwaju Leragun Egba, in his words said “It is so sad that the NUJ Chairman would answer the call at this critical moment”.

“Since, no one can question God, we all should take solace in the fact that, Comrade Olusoji Amosu led a life of service to humanity and God even as he died at a young age of 53 years, Chief Amuzu said.

He prayed that God will grant him eternal rest and give his family, colleagues and associates, the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss

NUJ Chairman’s Death: It Was a Personal Loss to Me - OGD

Also, former Governor of Ogun State, Otunba Gbenga Daniel has described the death of the Chairman of Nigeria Union of Journalists, Ogun State Council, Comrade Soji Amosun as a great shock and personal loss to him.

In his condolence message, Otunba Daniel described the late journalist as a very gentle and intelligent man who puts all his energies into building respect to the media profession and the development of their union. 
 
His message: “I feel greatly shocked and pained about the sudden death of the  the Chairman, Ogun State Council of the Nigerian  Union of Journalists, Comrade Soji Amosun.

To the journalists in Ogun State, Soji was their Chairman, but he was to me, a kind of an ally with whom we share some mutual confidence. A very gentle and unassuming man whose passion for the development of the journalists Union is uppermost in his heart. 

“He came calling in my office just about two months ago, in what could have been our last chanced encounter, but I was unavoidably absent. 

“I will miss him just like I know his family and colleagues in the Pen profession would. My heart goes out to his family and I pray that God should grant his soul great repose, and to give his family the strength to stay strong in this trying moment.”


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