The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, Oyo State, Prince Wasiu Adetunji Gbadegesin is dead.
The State Governor, Seyi Makinde who announced this on Tuesday in a statement signed by his Chief Press Secretary, Taiwo Adisa, described Gbadesin’s death as painful blow to the state, Ministry of Justice and the judiciary. while reacting to his death, said he was sad to hear of his demise.
Makinde said that the late permanent secretary was a hardworking and efficient civil servant, who gave his best to the State.
He noted that the deceased’s wealth of experience and expertise would be sorely missed.
Makinde said Gbadegesin, a prince of Agunloye Ladigbolu Royal Dynasty of Oyo Kingdom, was a hardworking and efficient civil servant.
The governor said the departed permanent secretary’ wealth of experience and expertise will be greatly missed.
The governor equally commiserated with the family of Gbadegesin, staffers of the Ministry of Justice and the judiciary family in the state.
Part of the statement read:
“The passage of the Solicitor-General of Oyo State and Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Justice, Prince Wasiu Adetunji Gbadegesin is a great blow to the Ministry, the state and the judiciary.
“We have lost in Gbadegesin an efficient, hardworking and expert civil servant, who dedicated his all to the service of the state.
“It is my prayers that God will grant him Aljannah Firdaus and give his immediate family, the royal family of Oyo, civil servants in the state and members of the judiciary family in the state the fortitude to bear this loss.”