Honour Late Sulaiman Obasa’s Legacy With Gift of Charity to the Poor, Not Gift to the Rich Lagos Speaker- Rights Activist, Comrade Buna | Rights Monitors

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The Executive Director of Human Rights Monitoring Agenda (HURMA Global Resource Initiative), Comrade Buna Olaitan Isiak has cautioned friends and political associates to the Honourable Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Mudashiru Obasa to desist from a wasteful habit of showering gifts on the Hon. Speaker over the recent passing on of his father, late Alh. Sulaiman Obasa.

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This advice was given today on a live radio program “Labe-Ofin” (Rule of Law), a program through which the poor masses’ plight is daily addressed through the legal team of the Human Rights body which include Mr. Femi Falana (SAN); Dr. Muiz Banire (SAN); Kunle Adegoke (SAN); Lawyer Lekan Alabi and Shakirullah Obale among others.

Comrade Buna Olaitan towards the end of the radio program dedicated some minutes to join others Nigerians, on behalf of the Human Rights Monitoring Agenda HURMA to morn the departed soul who he described as a man of good virtues and encouraged the Lagos Speaker to follow the good legacy left behind.

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The Human Rights activist cautioned friends and political associates to the Speaker, Mudashiru Obasa to desist from the common habits among politicians of given gifts of all sorts to mourners like the speaker.

“The Speaker of Lagos State House of Assembly, Rt Hon. Mudashiru Obasa is already a wealthy man who can comfortably handle all funeral rites, so giving him any gift will amount to being wasteful which is delicate for the just departed soul. Rather kindly honour Late Sulaiman Obasa’s legacy with gifts of charity to the poor people in your community”.

The Special Adviser to the Speaker Lagos State House of Assembly on Political and Legislative Affairs, Fatai Olagoke Ajibola, in a statement on Tuesday morning announced the death of late Alhaji Sulaiman Obasa and the burial arrangements same day according to Islamic rites.

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