In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 26th, June, 2020

‘I All the time Inform God I Need To Die At 70’

'I Always Tell God I Want To Die At 70'

Abiola Ajimobi


Former Governor of Oyo State, Abiola Ajimobi, as soon as revealed that he has all the time instructed God he needs to die on the age of 70.

Ajimobi said this throughout an interview with Splash FM some weeks earlier than he was hospitalized.

Ajimobi, who spoke in Yoruba language in the course of the interview, mentioned his father died two months earlier than he clocked the age of 70.

The 2-term governor and former senator, nonetheless, succumbed to demise at present on the age of 70.

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Ajimobi mentioned: “I do inform God it’s sufficient as soon as I clock the age of 70.

“My dad died with simply two months to clock 70. So, I all the time say If I may make it to 70, then it’s sufficient. However once I was shut and experiencing the goodness of life, I instructed God 70 is just too small.”

Isiaka Abiola Ajimobi was born on the 16th of December 1949.

He was previously the Managing Director/Chief Govt Officer of the Nationwide Oil and Chemical Advertising and marketing Firm a subsidiary of Shell Petroleum, Nigeria.

He left the oil sector in 2002 after 26 years and was elected in 2003 as a Senator of the Republic of Nigeria representing Oyo South Senatorial District on the platform of the Alliance for Democracy (AD).

After one time period within the senate, he contested in 2007 for the governorship of Oyo state below the banner of the All Nigeria Individuals’s Celebration, a bid which he misplaced.

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He recontested once more within the April 2011 elections below the Motion Congress of Nigeria and was elected Governor of Oyo State in a carefully contested vote.

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