Hon. Tunde Buraimoh, a member of the Lagos state House of Assembly representing Kosofe Constituency II, was declared dead in the wee hours of Friday!
Kemi Filani News reports that Tunde Braimoh was aged 59, two months shy of his 60th birthday celebration, on September 30.
Although the news of the late lawmaker who was fondly called Big Daddy, has not been made official, a member of the family told our correspondent that the former assembly spokesman died early hours on Friday and that other members of the family were yet to come to terms that the former lawmaker was no more.
The ELITES exclusively learnt that Buraimoh died from COVID-19 complications in one of the isolation facilities of the Lagos State Government.
Ironically, Buraimoh was reported to have paid a visit to the isolation center two weeks ago, to donate foodstuffs and other items to the patients.
He fell ill shortly after. The lawmaker was later rushed to the isolation center when the illness took a turn for the worse. He died in the early hours of today.
Until his death, Braimoh was the chairman house committee on information, security, and strategy in the Lagos state house of Assembly. He had also served in the Parliament as the chairman house committee on Judiciary, petitions, and Lasiec, he was also a one time chairman of Kosofe local government area, now Ikosi-Isheri local council.
He is survived by his wife, Yetunde, and children.