Iseyin Group Mourns Late Fatai Arowolo
…..Describe Him As A Unifier, Lover of Community Development
A group, Iseyin Indigenous Association (IIA), has described the death of Alhaji Akanni Fatai Arowolo as as a big loss to Iseyin community.
The National President of the group, Mr. Moses Ayankunle revealed this while speaking with The Chronicler Newspaper on phone on Sunday afternoon, saying that the late retired civil servant was a treasure for members of the group whenever there was a cause for community development service.
Ayankunle said the group would not forget the positive impacts made by the deceased while alive towards the betterment of Iseyin and other indigenes.
”While we are bereaved and sad about the demise of Alhaji Fatai Akanni Arowolo, we still have to appreciate God Almighty for the life he lived, he was a father figure to us all and he used every opportunity within his reach to better the cause of Iseyin.
”We pray God to grant him eternal rest and provide succor to the families he left behind, we will surely miss him.”
Alhaji Akanni Fatai Arowolo was born on the 12th of January, 1954 and died on the 20th July, 2024 after a brief illness.
As an accountant, he worked and retired from the Lagos State government service in 2014 as a deputy director.
Arowolo hailed from ile Mopa, Atake-Adabo, Iseyin and lived till his death at his residence in Lagos.