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Aboderin died at a time his rich experience is needed to move Nigeria forward, say Saraki

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Late Wale Aboderin

The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has said the late Punch Chairman, Gbadebowale Aboderin led a life worth emulating.

Abodern died on Wednesday after a heart surgery at the First Cardiology Consultants, Ikoyi, Lagos, at the age of 60.

He noted that the sport enthusiasts and philanthropist died at a time his rich experience is needed to move Nigeria forward.

“It is indeed painful that he left us at a time his rich experience is needed to move the country forward.

“My heart goes out to his wife, Titilayo, his children, the Punch Newspaper Group, the media industry in Nigeria and the government and people of Oyo and Lagos states on the sad incident,” he said.