Ogun former Majority Chief, Yinka Mafe dies on his 46th birthday

A former Majority Chief of Ogun State Dwelling of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe is ineffective.

Nigeria Newspaper tales that Mafe celebrated his 46th birthday on Tuesday, February 4.

The Sagamu-born licensed practitioner, it was learnt, began his birthday celebration with a prayer session carried out by every Muslims and Christians.

It was gathered that the earlier lawmaker and his firm later retired to his Tenth Planet Suites, Sagamu, for the birthday celebrations.

However, the celebrations turned bitter when the celebrant started complaining of chest ache and later gave up the ghost.

Particulars of his demise are nonetheless sketchy as of the time this report is being filed, nonetheless his shut associates and political family, in a press launch, talked about:

“We, SIA/PMB POLITICAL FAMILY painfully announce the demise of our illustrious son, chief, brother, husband and good buddy, Former Majority Chief, Ogun State Dwelling of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe, who handed away shortly after he complained of chest ache. Particulars of his burial shall be launched shortly. Might His soul leisure peace.”

Sooner than his demise, Mafe was elected the Councillor of Ward three in Sagamu Native Authorities Legislative Council in December 1998, a time interval which led to 2002.

He was elected as a member of the Ogun State Dwelling of Assembly in 2011 and have turn into the Chairman Dwelling Committee on Coaching, Science and Experience; he was re-elected in 2015 as a result of the lawmaker representing Sagamu 1 constituency.

Yinka Mafe was born on February 4, 1974, to the family of Chief Timothy Mafe and Mrs Lydia Mafe (now of blessed memory) inside the native metropolis of Emuren, a suburb of Sagamu, Remo.

He spent his early days in Warri, the place he had his main coaching and later at Igbudu Principal Faculty, Warri, Delta State. He moreover attended Nana Principal Faculty, moreover in Warri and as quickly as lived briefly in Lokoja the place he was born.

He attended Hussey College, Warri for the beginning of his secondary coaching and later, Dom Domingos College, moreover in Warri from the place he moved to the Faculty of Benin the place he acquired his laws diploma(Ll.b) from 1993-1998/99. He attended the Nigerian Regulation Faculty, Victoria Island, Lagos in 2000/2001 as a serving Councillor of Sagamu LG. Mafe was Generally known as to Nigerian Bar in Might 2001.

Ashiwaju, as he is fondly often called by his people, obtained a Masters Diploma in Worldwide Enterprise Regulation from the Cambridge Faculty, England in 2006, the place he later acquired his expert {{qualifications}} (College of Regulation London) as a lawyer inside the UK.

He is survived by his partner and children.
A former Majority Leader of Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe is dead.

Nigeria Newspaper reports that Mafe celebrated his 46th birthday on Tuesday, February 4.
The Sagamu-born legal practitioner, it was learnt, began his birthday celebration with a prayer session conducted by both Muslims and Christians.

It was gathered that the former lawmaker and his guests later retired to his Tenth Planet Suites, Sagamu, for the birthday celebrations.
However, the celebrations turned sour when the celebrant started complaining of chest pain and later gave up the ghost.
Details of his death are still sketchy as of the time this report is being filed, but his close associates and political family, in a statement, said:

“We, SIA/PMB POLITICAL FAMILY painfully announce the death of our illustrious son, leader, brother, husband and friend, Former Majority Leader, Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe, who passed away shortly after he complained of chest pain. Details of his burial shall be announced shortly. May His soul rest peace.”
Before his death, Mafe was elected the Councillor of Ward 3 in Sagamu Local Government Legislative Council in December 1998, a term which ended in 2002.
He was elected as a member of the Ogun State House of Assembly in 2011 and became the Chairman House Committee on Education, Science and Technology; he was re-elected in 2015 as the lawmaker representing Sagamu 1 constituency.

Yinka Mafe was born on February 4, 1974, to the family of Chief Timothy Mafe and Mrs Lydia Mafe (now of blessed memory) in the local town of Emuren, a suburb of Sagamu, Remo.
He spent his early days in Warri, where he had his primary education and later at Igbudu Primary School, Warri, Delta State. He also attended Nana Primary School, also in Warri and once lived briefly in Lokoja where he was born.
He attended Hussey College, Warri for the beginning of his secondary education and later, Dom Domingos College, also in Warri from where he moved to the University of Benin where he got his law degree(Ll.b) from 1993-1998/99. He attended the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos in 2000/2001 as a serving Councillor of Sagamu LG. Mafe was Called to Nigerian Bar in May 2001.
Ashiwaju, as he is fondly called by his people, obtained a Masters Degree in International Business Law from the Cambridge University, England in 2006, where he later got his professional qualifications (College of Law London) as a lawyer in the UK.
He is survived by his wife and children.
A former Majority Leader of Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe is dead.

Nigeria Newspaper reports that Mafe celebrated his 46th birthday on Tuesday, February 4.
The Sagamu-born legal practitioner, it was learnt, began his birthday celebration with a prayer session conducted by both Muslims and Christians.

It was gathered that the former lawmaker and his guests later retired to his Tenth Planet Suites, Sagamu, for the birthday celebrations.
However, the celebrations turned sour when the celebrant started complaining of chest pain and later gave up the ghost.
Details of his death are still sketchy as of the time this report is being filed, but his close associates and political family, in a statement, said:

“We, SIA/PMB POLITICAL FAMILY painfully announce the death of our illustrious son, leader, brother, husband and friend, Former Majority Leader, Ogun State House of Assembly, Hon. Asiwaju Yinka Mafe, who passed away shortly after he complained of chest pain. Details of his burial shall be announced shortly. May His soul rest peace.”
Before his death, Mafe was elected the Councillor of Ward 3 in Sagamu Local Government Legislative Council in December 1998, a term which ended in 2002.
He was elected as a member of the Ogun State House of Assembly in 2011 and became the Chairman House Committee on Education, Science and Technology; he was re-elected in 2015 as the lawmaker representing Sagamu 1 constituency.

Yinka Mafe was born on February 4, 1974, to the family of Chief Timothy Mafe and Mrs Lydia Mafe (now of blessed memory) in the local town of Emuren, a suburb of Sagamu, Remo.
He spent his early days in Warri, where he had his primary education and later at Igbudu Primary School, Warri, Delta State. He also attended Nana Primary School, also in Warri and once lived briefly in Lokoja where he was born.
He attended Hussey College, Warri for the beginning of his secondary education and later, Dom Domingos College, also in Warri from where he moved to the University of Benin where he got his law degree(Ll.b) from 1993-1998/99. He attended the Nigerian Law School, Victoria Island, Lagos in 2000/2001 as a serving Councillor of Sagamu LG. Mafe was Called to Nigerian Bar in May 2001.
Ashiwaju, as he is fondly called by his people, obtained a Masters Degree in International Business Law from the Cambridge University, England in 2006, where he later got his professional qualifications (College of Law London) as a lawyer in the UK.
He is survived by his wife and children.

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