Jonathan Mourns Late Tribune Newspaper Publisher, Chief Oluwole Awolowo


President Jonathan has described the death of the Publisher of the Tribune Newspapers, Chief Oluwole Awolowo as sad and painful, noting that he was a distinguished evangelist, humanist and community leader.

The President described the late Chief Oluwole Awolowo as a worthy and honoured member of the Awolowo dynasty who diligently served God and humanity to the best of his abilities.

President Jonathan commended Chief Awolowo’s steadfast, life-long commitment to upholding, maintaining and continually improving  the Tribune newspapers which ensured that the Nigerian Tribune and its sister publications have remained an objective voice of reason in Nigeria’s media space and continue to offer invaluable services to the nation.

“It is not a mean feat to have sustained the Tribune newspapers over the years,” the President said in praise of the late scion of the Awolowo family.

On behalf of himself, his family and the Federal Government, President Jonathan extended heartfelt condolences to Chief Awolowo’s immediate family, the matriarch of the Awolowo family, Mrs. Hannah Idowu Dideolu Awolowo, other family members, the Ikenne community, the management and staff of Tribune newspapers, as well as  the people and government of Ogun State.

The President prayed that God will console the bereaved and grant the soul of Chief Oluwole Awolowo  peaceful rest.

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President Jonathan has described the death of the Publisher of the Tribune Newspapers, Chief Oluwole Awolowo as sad and painful, noting that he was a distinguished evangelist, humanist and community leader.

The President described the late Chief Oluwole Awolowo as a worthy and honoured member of the Awolowo dynasty who diligently served God and humanity to the best of his abilities.

President Jonathan commended Chief Awolowo’s steadfast, life-long commitment to upholding, maintaining and continually improving  the Tribune newspapers which ensured that the Nigerian Tribune and its sister publications have remained an objective voice of reason in Nigeria’s media space and continue to offer invaluable services to the nation.

“It is not a mean feat to have sustained the Tribune newspapers over the years,” the President said in praise of the late scion of the Awolowo family.

On behalf of himself, his family and the Federal Government, President Jonathan extended heartfelt condolences to Chief Awolowo’s immediate family, the matriarch of the Awolowo family, Mrs. Hannah Idowu Dideolu Awolowo, other family members, the Ikenne community, the management and staff of Tribune newspapers, as well as  the people and government of Ogun State.

The President prayed that God will console the bereaved and grant the soul of Chief Oluwole Awolowo  peaceful rest.

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