The Committee for Defence of Human Rights, (CDHR) Osun State chapter, has commiserated with its State chairman, Comrade Emmanuel Olowu over the demise of his mother, Madam Esther Olowu.

Mama Esther Olowu died at the age of 72 years on Thursday evening after a brief illness.

This was contained in a statement signed by the Publicity Secretary of the organisation, Azeez Ismail, on Friday in Osogbo, Osun State.

The statement reads, “We  truly commiserate with the State chairman, Comrade Emmanuel Olowu of the CDHR losing his loved one.

Losing  a mother, especially, is challenging and an unforgettable experience.

We therefore, sympathize with our comrade.

“At this time, we should not grief, but celebrate the transition of our beloved mother, and have solace in God and the radical human rights crusader left behind by her.

“We pray to Almighty God to grant Mama eternal rest in His bosom. We express our heart-felt condolences with our chairman, Comrade Olowu Emmanuel.

May her soul continues to find repose in the Lord”,

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