“Last week was tough for me” – Akin Alabi mourns Senator Abiola Ajimobi Death (photo)

The owner of NairaBet Akin Alabi is still in a sorrowful state as he lost one of his mentor in politics to the cold hands of death.

"Last week was tough for me" - Akin Alabi mourns Senator Abiola Ajimobi  Death (photo)

Senator Ajimobi died last week in a private hospital in Lagos state where he was diagnosed with Coronavirus.

He was, however, placed on life support machines when he could not function with his body parts any longer.

The Nigerian entrepreneur and Internet marketer has been in pains after the death of this politician since last week.

Senator Ajimobi who died at the age of 70 was buried in his home town yesterday in Ibadan according to Islamic rite since he is a moslem.

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Even as he was buried, the Nigerian entrepreneur is still very much in pain and agony of heart as he losses a mentor.

It was reported last week that senator Ajimobi was in a medically induced coma but finally gave up the ghost.

The CEO of NairaBet and internet marketer, however, prayed for a better week that he should enjoy a great week.

On his official Instagram page, Akin Alabi says he needs to put things in place for a new week which would be better.

Check out his post on Instagram below.

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Last week was tough for me. I believe this week will be better.

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