Buhari mourns former ICAN President Olutoyin Olakunri Updated for 2021


Updated: March 5, 2021

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday sent condolences to the family of the former President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), Chief (Mrs) Olutoyin Olusola Olakunri, who died on Sunday.

“President Buhari commiserates with ICAN and all the professional colleagues of the brilliant accountant and entrepreneur who served the country in many capacities, providing visionary leadership and invaluable counsel to governments,” Mr. Buhari’s spokesman Garba Shehu said in a statement.

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“The President believes Chief Olakunri lived her life in service of God and humanity, commending her leading role in encouraging women to study and acquire skills, pursue professional careers and start generational businesses that can support their families, employ people and further strengthen the society.

“President Buhari prays that the almighty God will receive the soul of the departed, and grant her eternal rest while comforting the family she left behind,” he added.


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