I WISH I COULD BRING MY SON BACK - TINUBU

National leader of the All Progressives
Congress, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu has said he
wished he could bring back his deceased son,
Jide Tinubu.
According to TheCable, Tinubu said this in a statement
issued on his behalf by Tunde Rahman, his media aide.
Tinubu said: “I wish I could bring back my son but I
can’t”.
He expressed gratitude to all those who have reached
out to him during the trying period
“We must seek a lesson in every loss. Your reaction to
my son’s passing has taught me that we can be a
people of profound love and humanity when we want to
be,” he said.
“People of every tribe, region, faith and every political
affiliation have expressed their sympathy and extended
to me the embrace of a brother or sister.
“Even those who don’t agree with me politically have
shown strong support and care indistinguishable from
that of my associates. This says so much about the
innate goodness in all of us. For no matter what, we
are not foes or enemies. We are all of one human
stock, a single nation, one family.”
He also broke his silence over the cause of Jide’s
death, stating that he died of cardiac arrest.
“My son was a highly intelligent person with a vibrant
personality and a zest for life. He followed his own
course and made his own way on his own terms,” he
said.
“Those who knew him could not help but like him. Yet,
he was taken away by cardiac arrest when it seemed he
had so much life to still live.
“This is a reminder that we must live each day to its
best as none of us knows when our last day shall be.
“Mortality comes upon us all. We have no choice in that
but we do have a choice whether we shall be good or
bad, just or unjust. Let us all strive toward the best in
ourselves.
Tinubu said he and his wife were currently in London to
console Jide’s wife and her “three precious boys”.
“As a father, I must spend time putting my arms
around the family he has left behind,” he said.
“Jide lived for so long in London and there he has left
behind a darling wife and three precious boys. My wife
Remi and I have gone to London to be with them at this
painful time to support and help them.
“Please excuse our absence from Lagos for a while but
it is essential that we are with them. Prayers are being
offered and will continue to be offered for the repose of
his soul. I have suffered a grave loss that no parent
would like to bear.”

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