In a poignant tribute, The Senator, Otunba Engr. Gbenga Daniel, representing Ogun East, reflects on the eventful 2003 governorship elections, a period marked by political heavyweights, including the beloved Alhaji Sule Onabiyi, known as “Baba Adini.”
As the last of the Musketeers departs, Senator Daniel fondly recalls the leadership of Alhaji Sule Onabiyi and other notable figures during that era. The passing of Alhaji Sule Onabiyi brings deep sorrow to Otunba Daniel, his family, and associates. In this challenging time, the Senator extends his heartfelt condolences and prays for Alhaji Sule Onabiyi’s peaceful rest.
Senator Daniel shared, “The 2003 governorship elections and their campaign build-up were marked by events and the presence of political giants, such as Alhaji Sule Onabiyi, affectionately known as ‘Baba Adini.’
“As the dark cloud envelopes the last of the Musketeers, I can only cherish the memories of the leadership provided by Alhaji Onabiyi and others during those years. My family and I will deeply miss him, and I pray for his eternal rest with his Maker. My condolences go out to his family and associates.”
Alhaji Sule Onabiyi’s legacy remains a vital part of Ogun State‘s political history, and his influence will continue to live on.
By Grace Olaogun