By Lere Olayinka

Former Governor of Ekiti State, Chief Olusegun Oni has commiserated with the Ojora of Lagos, Otunba Kunle Ojora over the death of his son, Adegboyega Ojora, describing the death as shocking, painful and a great loss to the Ojora family of Lagos and the entire people of the State.

Oni, who expressed his grief over the death of Adegboyega, popularly known as Gbegi Ojora through his Chief Media Aide, Wale Ojo-Lanre said the death was a stroke too grievous to bear, adding that; “Gbegi's sudden death has depleted the intellectual bank of Lagos State.

Oni, who described the late Adegboyega as “one of the live embers, which make the Ojora family the cynosure of all eyes” said his untimely death, was not only a tragedy for the great and respected Otunba Kunle Ojora and Erelu Ojuolape Ojora but a tragic loss to the corporate world, which Gbegi besieged like a colossus until his death.”

While urging Otunba Kunle Ojora to take solace in God, who is the only giver and taker is of live, Oni said; “I share this moment of grief with the Ojora family.

“In a moment like this, it is only God that can console the Ojora family on the death of 'such a brilliant, intelligent and suave young man and my prayer is that God in His infinite mercies will console Otunba Ojora and his entire family.

“On behalf of my family, I express my heartfelt condolence for the loss of such an amiable socialite and wish wife, Solveigh, his children and entire family the continued support and guidance of the Almighty God.”