Former Senate President, Ahmad Lawan, has mourned the sudden demise of the Senate Correspondent for Tribune Newspaper, Tijani Adeyemi.
Lawan also condoled with the Senate Press Corps over the death of Mr. Adeyemi, who until his death, on Wednesday, was an active member of the beat association.
In a condolence message to the Senate Press Corps, the former Senate President said, “I was deeply saddened to hear about the passing of a member of the Senate Press Corps, Mr. Tijani Adeyemi of the Tribune newspaper, today.
“As a reporter, he was known for his remarkable talent and dedication. He had an unwavering passion for journalism, and his commitment to delivering accurate and compelling narratives deeply resonated with those who had the pleasure of reading his work.
“Beyond his professional achievements, Mr. Adeyemi was a genuine and compassionate individual. To the best of my knowledge, he approached his work with empathy, seeking to understand the unique perspectives of the National Assembly, which he covered for many years.
“During such a difficult time, it is important to remember that Mr. Adeyemi made a lasting impact and his legacy will continue to inspire aspiring reporters and journalists for years to come.
“To the family he left behind, the Editorial Board of Tribune Newspaper, and the Senate Press Corps, please, accept my deepest condolences and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult period.
“May the memories of Tijani Adeyemi provide comfort and strength during this time of grief.
“I pray that Almighty Allah (SWT) grants his gentle soul eternal rest and peace in the hereafter.”