Olatunde Oluborode, the former Chief Judge of Osun State has been confirmed dead.
He was the Chief Judge of Osun State between 2001 to 2002.
Governor Rauf Aregbesola of Osun state while mourning the deceased stated that the late Justice Oluborode left a legacy of service and dedication to ensuring justice.
Aregbesola through the Director of the Bureau of Communication and Strategy, Semiu Okanlawon in Oshogb, disclose Justice Olorobode differentiated himself as an agent in the accurate administration of justice in the country.
While commiserating with the family of the late Ilesa born Judge, the Governor said that in the history of Osun, the place of Oluborode will never be forgotten especially in the judiciary sector.
“It is with heavy heart that I received the news of
the death of Justice Oluborode who was an embodiment of justice,
fairness and courage. In administration of justice, Oluborode was an
icon of note”.
“We take solace in the fact that he lived a worthy life and one full of service to the people.
“I therefore, on behalf of the good people of Osun, commiserate with the entire Oluborode family on the departure of this great mind.
“We pray for his soul to rest with the Lord”, the governor said.