The Oyo State Chapter of the Online Media Practicioners Association of Nigeria, OMPAN, has sympathized with the Oyo State Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Mr Toye Arulogun on the demise of his father.
OMPAN, in a press statement signed by its chairman, Remi Oladoye and Public Relations Officer, Dare Adeniran, said Baba Gboyega Arulogun’s death is a loss not only to the Arulogun family but the media family in Oyo State.
The association also commisserated with the leadership of Nigeria League of Veteran Journalists over the loss of a great member.
“Baba during his lifetime was an embodiment of knowledge and humility and a legend whose life is worthy of emulation.
The group noted that Baba’s good virtue and reputation reflect in the life of his children and people close to him.
While praying for the repose of the soul of the deceased, the association also prayed that God will grant the entire family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Pa Arulogun died in Thursday morning.