On Wednesday, Prof Wole Soyinka Nobel Laureate paid a condolence visit to the widow of late Afenifere spokesman, Yinka Odumakin, at their residence in the Omole area of Lagos.
Soyinka described late Odumakin as a persistent and brave fighter. The late Odumakin, 56, died on Friday after battling with respiratory problems occasioned by COVID-19 complications.
In the condolence register, Soyinka said, “Farewell to a doughy fighter”. Similarly, a former Speaker, House of Representatives, Mr. Dimeji Bankole, said late Odumakin struggled for human rights and lived till the end.
“Thank you for everything and rest in peace,” he prayed. According to a veteran Nigerian broadcaster, Mr. Bisi olatilo, “Odumakin left the way strong people leave.”
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ANAEDOONLINE reports that Soyinka and others were all received by his widow, Dr Joe Okei-Odumakin, also rights campaigner and president, Women Arise.
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