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Odumakin was a man of justice, fairness – Fayose


Former Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, has mourned the passing of Yoruba Socio-cultural group – Afenifere’s spokesman, Yinka Odumakin.

The veteran journalist passed away on Saturday after being admitted into an intensive care unit following a suspected battle with COVID-19.

The news of Odumakin’s demise has sent shock into the hearts of many, family and friends alike.

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Fayose reacted to Odumakin’s death in a statement released on his verified Twitter handle.

He described the activist’s death as shocking and saddening.

In the tweet to his 888 thousand followers, Fayose described Odumakin as a man of justice and fairness.

“Shocked and saddened but with total submission to the will of God. Yinka Odumakin lived a life of justice,  fighting for justice and equity for all.

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“He was a man in total defense of justice and fairness for all. He had a life well spent,  not how far,  but how well,” he said.