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My Dad told me to respect civil servants and pay pensioners gratuities regularly, says Abiodun

Prince Dapo Abiodun, the governor of Ogun State, broke his silence on the death of his father, Pa Emmanuel Abiodun, on Wednesday, describing his death as “painful and a big loss to him and his family.”

Abiodun said his late father advised him to respect civil servants, pay pensioners on time, and treat teachers well when he received Remo traditional rulers, members of the ljebu-Remo Unity Forum, Labour Union leaders, NANS leadership, and other prominent personalities during a condolence visit to his Family House in Iperu-Remo.

My father advised me to remain faithful to the oath of office I took, to respect civil servants, to pay them on time, and to guarantee that retirees receive their gratuities, and that everything would be well. He also requested that I treat teachers with respect, as that was his constituency, and that I pay workers on time, before the end of the month “, stated the governor.

Abiodun went on to say that his late father was a modest man who only cared about his family and neighborhood.

He said he was absolutely broken when he learned of his father’s death, emphasizing that “My father devoted his life to his family and his community. We are a close-knit family. This is a day I’ve always dreaded. My father was a modest individual “..
Abiodun continued, “I am deeply saddened by his loss, but I am gradually coming to grips with the fact that he is no longer with us.” He had a poor start, but a beautiful finish “..

The governor, on the other hand, advised the people of the state to live a humble life and serve mankind, traits he claimed would make a lasting impression on the people’s minds after they died.

When Abiodun reflected on his childhood memories of his father, he stated that he never saw his father become angry, but that he would always discipline his children when they misbehaved.
“People describe me as humble. Of course, I’ll be humbled since my parents, particularly my father, were humble men. Because of my background, this is the case. I learned to imitate his way of life and follow in his footsteps “He made a point.

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