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Dr. Mobolaji Ojibara Extends Condolences: Says Akeredolu’s Departure Resonates in Legal and Political Spheres

Dr. Mobolaji Ojibara deeply mourns the passing of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, CON, SAN, extending heartfelt condolences to his family, the people of Ondo State, and the Nigerian Bar Association. Akeredolu, fondly known as Aketi, was not merely a political leader but a luminary in the legal profession, leaving an indelible mark during his tenure as the 24th President of the NBA from 2008 to 2010. His legacy extends beyond the corridors of power, resonating in his transformative contributions to Ondo State’s growth and development.

In this time of sorrow, Dr. Ojibara reflects on Akeredolu’s exceptional leadership, acknowledging his seamless navigation between law and politics. Akeredolu’s enduring impact serves as a beacon, inspiring generations with a legacy that transcends time. Dr. Ojibara pays homage to a leader whose presence in both the legal and political spheres will be sorely missed but whose influence will continue to shape the narrative of a progressive and impactful era.

Read Dr. Ojibara,s Tribute below

With a heavy heart, I extend my deepest condolences to the grieving family of Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Odunayo Akeredolu, CON, SAN, and stand in solidarity with the resilient people of Ondo State and the Nigerian Bar Association during this somber time. Akeredolu, affectionately known as Aketi, was not just a political figure but a towering presence in the legal landscape, leaving an indelible mark as the 24th President of the NBA from 2008 to 2010.

Reflecting on Akeredolu’s legacy is akin to revisiting the pages of a profound narrative, one that unfolded through his transformative presidency. My condolences convey a genuine acknowledgment of the substantial contributions he made during his tenure, imprinting his influence on both the legal and political spheres. His leadership, much like a steady current shaping its course, deftly navigated the complexities of law and politics, leaving behind a legacy that will resonate through the corridors of justice and the annals of Ondo State’s history.

Dr. Mobolaji Ojibara