Passage: AMACOS 95 Alumni Association Mourns Member, Hon. Saibu Adeosun
The Alumni Association of Mass Communication students of the Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, formerly Ogun State Polytechnic, Abeokuta under the aegis of AMACOS 95 has announced the death of a member of the association as the body mourns the demise of Hon. Saibu Adeosun Mulero.
Breaking the sad news to members earlier today, the President of the association, Ayo Makanju announced, “it saddens me to inform you about the death of Mr. Saibu Adeosun, one of our classmates in Ojere”, as the Association prayed that the Lord will “comfort and console all he left behind”.
The Ogun State governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun in an earlier statement on the sad loss had said,
“It is sad that we lost Hon. Saibu Adeosun Mulero, whom we recently nominated as Chairman for the Transition Committee in Ipokia LGA. It is more so, because he left us, just hours to his confirmation screening by the State House of Assembly”.
While praying eternal rest and Aljanah Firdaus for Mulero, the Governor further declared:
“I have personally gained consolation in the resolve of our administration, which he would have been a confirmed part of, to follow through on our promises and agenda. Hon. Mulero would be proud where he is”.
Honourable Mulero who studied Mass Communication at the Ogun State Polytechnic between 1990 – 1995, died few hours to his screening as the Chairman nominee for Ipokia Local Government Caretaker Committee
Adeosun was one of the nominees for 20 local government transition committees in Ogun State appointed by Governor Dapo Abiodun last week.
The deceased was expected to appear before the Ogun State House of Assembly screening committee for his confirmation yesterday Wednesday, January 8, 2020, but died a few hours before the screening.
A family source who confirmed the incident said Mulero had already dressed up for a trip to Abeokuta to enable him appear before the Assembly committee when he suddenly decided to take a short rest and was unable to wake up again.
He was a former Special Assistant and Senior Special Assistant to Ipokia local government chairman, and a two-time supervisor in the local government.
Adeosun until his death was previously a member of Ipokia local government transition committee in 2016 and a Senior Legislative Aide in the National Assembly.
He is survived by his wife, Mulikat Adeosun and three children.