Ajimobi Fidau Prayer: Clerics Task People on Good Legacy
Chief Imam, Oluyole Estate Central Mosque, Alhaji Mudathir Bada wants people to be godly in their dealings and always exhibit good character.
He stated this at the fortieth Fidau prayer for the former Oyo State governor Abiola Ajimobi at his Oluyole residence Ibadan.
Alhaji Bada explained that people should not take life for granted but lived so that when they die, people would be able to speak well of them.
Alhaji Bada described the life and times of the senator as worthy of emulation, stressing that he was able to impact positively on the lives of the people.
In another lecture, a prominent Islamic cleric, Alhaji Muyideen Bello emphasised the need to always prepare for death through a legacy that would remain after demise.
Speaking on behalf of the family, the only son of Senator Ajimobi, Idris expressed gratitude to God for the life of his father and promised the children would sustain his legacies.
The forty days Fidau prayer for the late former governor had in attendance eminent Nigerians including Governor Umaru Ganduje of Kano State.