Iyalode Egba, Lawson, mourns Ajanaku

The Iyalode of Egbaland,  Chief Mrs Alaba Lawson has described the death  of  her next in rank, Chief Titilayo Ajanaku as a great loss to Ogun State and in deed  Nigeria in general.
Ajanaku, who hailed from Ago Odo, Oke Ona Quarters of Egbaland,  died last Thursday  after battling with a terminal disease.
In a  condolence letter dated Decemner 9, 2019 written to the family,  Lawson said Ajanaku will be remembered as a keen philanthropist,
‘It is with great shock and sadness that I learnt of the passing away of the Otun Iyalode of Egbaland, Chief (Mrs) Titilayo Ajanaku.  A political colossus who despite being a female dominated both the social and political landscapes in Nigeria striding both worlds with ease, dexterity, finesse and poise’
‘’Chief Mrs Titilayo Ajanaku was the first woman to be elected as a local government chairperson in Nigeria. She will also be remembered as a keen philanthropist. Her exit is indeed a great loss to Ogun State and Nigeria in general’, Lawson emphasized.
‘I pray that the Almighty God Jehovah grant her family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. May Mama’s marvelous legacies which she has bequeathed to our generation continue to be a source of enlightenment and inspiration to us all”, she said.