Ex-Ondo lawmaker perished in Road Crash

Former Minority Leader of Ondo Assembly, Hon Akpoebi Lubi, has died in an auto crash, which occurred on Tuesday afternoon.
Late Lubi represented Ese-Odo state constituency during the administration of Dr. Olusegun Mimiko.
He was the only PDP lawmaker elected to the Assembly in 2011.
Lubi also served as Caretaker Chairman of Ese-Odo local government and was later appointed Special Assistant to Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu on Niger Delta Affairs.
He however resigned the position before end of Akeredolu’s first term.
Details of the accident were still sketchy as at press time but sources said the accident occured at Owena area in Ifedore local government area.
Late Lubi was appointed Special Adviser to Senator Nicholas Tofowomo on Strategy and Special Interest, a position he held before he died.
An aide to Senator Tofowomo, who confirmed the accident, said efforts were being made to contact his family members.
According to an impeccable source, the former lawmaker died in an auto crash at Owena, a village before Akure, Ondo State while returning to Akure from his country home, Arogbo in Ese-Odo Local Government Area of the state.
The deceased was a one term member of Ondo State House of Assembly for the period of four years 2011-2015 and he was the assembly minority leader during his time in office.

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