Chief Olabode George, former Deputy National Chairman (South) of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), on Monday said he was extremely pained by the death of his first son, Dipo.
George, his wife, Roli, and other family members received Secondus and his entourage.
George said he and other family members were devastated not only because the deceased was his first son, but also that he was a good child.
He said Dipo was a child that any father would be proud of because of his accomplishments and good ways.
George said the late Dipo was very humble, as he interacted freely with everyone irrespective of class or status.
“He was such a good person who was free with everyone and interacted with people.
“Dipo carved a niche for himself with his enviable accomplishments. He was passionate about the country and he constantly shared his thoughts about national issues.
“He was a child every father will be proud of. His demise is painful. ”
He said the family would try, albeit hard, to move on after the unfortunate incident.
George said he and his family trusted in God to grant the deceased son peaceful repose.
He thanked Secondus and other NWC members for the visit.
George said the show of support to him and his family had strengthened his belief in PDP as one big family.