By Kehinde Aderemi
Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, has described the death of Dr. Fredrick Faseun, as a great loss to the Yoruba race, Nigeria and the world at large, insisting that the late Odua People’s (OPC) founder left behind a worthy legacy.
Adams, in a condolence letter he personally signed to commiserate with the family of the deceased, said that he received the news of the death with shock and disbelief.
“It was with great shock that I received the sad news of the passing on of our Papa and the founding the father of Odua Peoples’ Congress (OPC), which occurred today, December 1, 2018.
“This, no doubt, is a moment of great grief for the entire family of OPC, the Yoruba nation, Nigeria and the world at large.
“It is also clear that many people will share in the deep sense of loss which I feel at the moment following the demise of our beloved leader. That is the reason for this statement, which is to commiserate with the immediate family over this painful loss.”