Nigerians mourn the death of Afenifere spokesperson, Yinka Odumakin
There is news about Afenifere Spokesperson, Yinka Odumakin.
According to several reports, Yinka Odumakin died of the deadly coronavirus at a hospital in Lagos State.
He died in the early hours of today Saturday, April 3rd due to complications from Covid-19, according to family sources.
See the reaction of of Nigerians to his death below
BREAKING: Yinka Odumakin is dead
No one to put Tinubu on the tight leash again!!!
Rest in Power Senior Comrade!!! pic.twitter.com/MzBWHnw257
— Olóṣèlú àgbáyé PolyBag👜👜✊🏿 (@mastermynd101) April 3, 2021
May the soul of Yinka Odumakin rest in peace. May God comfort his family, friends and comrades.
— Dr. Dípò Awójídé (@OgbeniDipo) April 3, 2021
Just confirmed from JK Agbaje that we've lost Egbon Yinka Odumakin – a sad loss not just for the Yorubas but also the Nigerian polity.
Egbon exemplified the truth of being a good ethnic person in order to be a great National figure in the context of Nigeria's configuration.
— Demola Olarewaju (@DemolaRewaju) April 3, 2021
I got the distressing news just now that my Egbon, Mr. Yinka Odumakin, a human rights advocate & a powerful Yoruba voice, passed on early this morning.
My heart goes out to his humanist wife, Mrs. Joy Okei-Odumakin.
May his soul find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord. pic.twitter.com/VMzirRy7hK
— Babatunde Olalere Gbadamosi (@BOGbadamosi) April 3, 2021
I slept about 5.30am this morning and had to switch off my phones, something I rarely do… Unknown to me TOKUNBO AFIKUYOMI, a mutual friend of YINKA ODUMAKIN and I was trying frantically to reach me… Then I woke up and my first phone froze bec of endless messages…. pic.twitter.com/lEbYKVCtfH
— Dele Momodu Ovation (@DeleMomodu) April 3, 2021
Nigeria lost a towering patriot in Yinka Odumakin.
May his Lion’s soul Rest In Peace. Amen
— Jimi Agbaje (@jimiagbaje) April 3, 2021