Share Town loses Army General, Abdulrahman condoles Olupako

Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq has commiserated with the Nigerian Army and the Olupako of Share, Oba Haruna Olawale Suleiman over the death of Brigadier-General Clement Dayo Apere. He described the death of the officer as a huge blow to the Military, Share town and Kwara State as a whole.

In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Rafiu Ajakaye, the Governor also condoled with the family of the Brigadier-General, who is a member of the 38 Regular Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy.

“My heartfelt condolences go to the Nigerian Army, members of the 38 Regular Course of the Nigerian Defence Academy, the Olupako of Share, the entire Share community, and the immediate family of the officer. It is indeed one tragedy too many. I appeal to the family and everyone who mourns to take the death of this well-decorated officer with equanimity while praying God to comfort them at this trying time and always,” the Governor was quoted in the statement.

“We have indeed lost a fine and dedicated officer in the deceased. May God Almighty repose the soul of the late Brigadier-General Dayo Apere.”

Brigadier General Clement Apere was Senior Military liason officer at the United Nation, he bagged his Master of Science degree from the University of Lagos and a Doctor of Philosophy from the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria.

Until his death, Brigadier Clement Dayo Apere was the Force Commander of the Operation whirl stroke in Nassarawa and Benue states.

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