The spokesperson of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Tunde Buraimoh, has died two days after he fell sick.
Buraimoh was the lawmaker representing Kosofe Constituency II.
And according to family source, the former old Kosefe Local Government Chairman fondly called Big Daddy due to his plus size was full of life until Wednesday when he developed ill-health and was rushed to a private hospital on Ikorodu road where he passed on in the early hours of Friday.
The cause of the 59-year-old’s death, who would have turned 60 in two months’ time, was still sketchy as of the time of this publication.
However, unverified account pointed fingers at the marauding coronavirus.
Confirming the sad occurrence, the Chief Press Secretary to the Kosofe Local Government Chairman, Taiwo Fadipe, said, “He died at a hospital in Ikorodu road. He died overnight after a two-day sickness.”