APC Youth Leader Dies In Car Crash

The APC’s ‘Southwest Progressive Youth Festival’ was held in Ibadan, and the Youth Leader died on his way home.
His body has been deposited at a state morgue.
“This is another tragedy,” a friend identified as Dapo Lam Adesina wrote on social media in response to Bello’s death.
“It took me time to comprehend that my brother and young buddy, Kolawole Bello, has gone the way of all mortals,” the Chairman of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) stated.
“We grew up under the same roof at Oke Alafia in Iseyin while I schooled at the Anwar Ul Islam High School. His father,the legendary G.A.
Bello was our English Language teacher.
Kola was a chip of the old bloc. A patriot always brimming with ideas to improve the society.
He loved his hometown Iseyin like very few does and was an Oke Ogun irredentist and a politician of the progressive hue.
“Hardworking, ebullient and forthright, he was the ideas man in any gathering he found himself; social, cultural, religious or political.
It is a shame that such a devoted, committed and patriotic Ambassador was denied the opportunity to represent the people of Iseyin again and again and again until he breathed his last.
As it is said, Nigeria kills its brightest stars.
The circumstance of his death is more painful because Kola had survived a near-fatal accident on the same Ibadan-Iseyin road many years back.
“I pray that God holds mama ,his young wife and children and siblings. May God forgive his sins and grant him eternal life. Adieu, my dear brother.”
Similarly, Shina Peller, the lawmaker representing Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa Federal Constituency in Oyo State at the House of Representatives, wrote: “My heart is heavy; my mood is gloomy, my voice is weak, my eyes are swollen.
“It is a mourning moment for me as I lost my Legislative Aide (LA), Comrade Kola Bello, to a fatal accident on his way from Ibadan to Iseyin yesterday. We buried him today in Iseyin.
“Kola Bello wasn’t just my LA, he’s my brother, and his immense contributions to my political activities, right from the campaign period preceding 2019 general elections till when he exited the world, remains valuable to me.
“Kola Bello is an illustrious son of Iseyin, political icon and grassroots mobilizer who would always agitate for, initiate and support every course that will boost the development of Iseyin and the Oke Ogun region as a whole.
Without doubt, he will be greatly missed by me, the All Progressives Congress (APC), Oke-Ogun indigenes and residents at large.
I pray that his soul finds peace with God, and that God consoles us all. Amen. Adieu my brother, Kola Bello.”
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