Osun State House of Assembly under the leadership of Rt. Hon Najeem Salaam has described as a rude shock, the death of the Osun State Broadcasting Corporation (OSBC) correspondent in the Assembly, Nathaniel Abimbola on Friday.
In a statement by the Chairman, House Committee on Information and Strategy, Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, the Assembly said the report of Nathaniel’s death was like a strange dream that one would never wish it comes to reality.
Nathaniel died in a road accident along Gbongan/Ibadan road Friday morning.
While describing the news of sudden demise of ‘Nath’ (as he was popularly called) as pathetic, the parliament said, it was difficult to come to term with the reality of his death.
According to the parliament, the humble character, dedication to job and respect for all possesed by the deceased would be greatly missed.
It said, the deceased attitude during his lifetime adhered him to those who have on one occasion or other related him.
The assembly condoled with his immediate family, OSBC family, pen pushers in the state and the state parliament over the death of the late journalist.
He prayed God almighty to grant the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss, even as he noted that, “Nath would forver be remembered for good.”