Governor Sanwo-Olu commiserates with his Chief of Staff over death of wife

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Princess Adedoyin Raliat Ayinde was a trusted partner, friend, wife, and great supporter to her husband, Mr. Tayo Ayinde and a caring mother to her children, and a loving daughter to her parents. May God grant all her loved ones the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.”

*Photo: The late Mrs Ayinde*

Governor of Lagos State, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu has commiserated with his Chief of Staff over the death of his wife.

In a condolence message, Governor Sanwo-Olu said  “On behalf of my family, my cabinet, the Lagos State government, and the people of Lagos State, I commiserate with my Chief of Staff, Mr. Tayo Ayinde on the death of his beloved wife, Princess Adedoyin Raliat Ayinde, née Ojora.

“No doubt the death of a loved one is usually a painful episode in our lives, because it is irreparable. But we must always take solace in God whom we can never question.

“We should be consoled by the fact that she impacted many lives positively as a public officer at the Apapa Local Government Area, where she served passionately and contributed her quota to the growth and development of the local government and Lagos State.

“Princess Adedoyin Raliat Ayinde was a trusted partner, friend, wife, and great supporter to her husband, Mr. Tayo Ayinde and a caring mother to her children, and a loving daughter to her parents. May God grant all her loved ones the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.

“Eternal rest grant her O Lord. Amen.”

Mrs Ayinde who died at age 36  was a niece of business tycoon and former AGIP Board Chairman, Chief  Adekunle Ojora.

A statement signed by Olalekan Obasanya, on behalf of the family, announced that Doyin died on Sunday.

It noted that she lived a fulfilling life, “having impacted positively on the people during her lifetime”.

“Adedoyin’s heart desires was to see a world where every human being regardless of status, religion or gender is treated with love and affection.”

The family thanked sympathisers for their calls, messages and prayers and informed that both families would mourn in private.

Funeral arrangements will be kept within the family, Obasanya added.

Doyin was delivered of her second child in London, United Kingdom, recently. She died hours after return to Lagos.

Ayinde, 58, married her after his union with Titilola ended during the period the Sanwo-Olu governorship campaign started. The CoS was the Director-General of the Campaign Organisation.

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