The Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, was among numerous dignitaries that commiserated with Alhaja Tai Elemosho on Wednesday at the 8-day fidau prayer for her late mother in Lagos, Alhaja Sifawu Atoke Elemesho, who died at the age of 77.


Alhaja Atoke died on Tuesday, March 14, 2023. reports that Governor Sanwo-Olu who was accompanied by his Chief of Staff, Mr. Tayo Ayinde, made his first public appearance at Lagos Island Club, Onikan after his electoral victory in the Saturday March 18 gubernatorial poll.


The elated Lagos socialite, Alhaja Tai otherwise known as Montai is the Director-General for Sanwo Olu Support Group, known as Sanwo-Olu Ambassadors, the group was among several other groups that succeeded in galvanizing support for the Governor of Lagos State second term bid.


The well attended event had high profile guests from all walks of life, all clad in white outfits with yellow head gears and caps to match.


The occasion also witnessed the presence of some respected Islamic Clerics who came to moderate the 8-day Fidau prayer in honor of the departed.


The Governor while commiserating with the Alhaja Tai and other family members over the demise of their mother and grandmother, noted that the late Alhaja Sifawu Atoke would be remembered for her unwavering supports, counsels, and encouragement to the entire family.


The Governor while pointing out that her demise has created a vacuum that would be difficult to fill, enjoined the family to draw inspiration from the fact that she lived a fulfilled life.


The late Alhaja Atoke was survived by Alhaja Tai Elemesho-Okesanjo, Mrs Tawa Abdullahi, Mrs Sheri Abubakar, Mrs Tope Bamgbose, Mr Tajudeen Elemesho and many grandchildren.




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