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Why Mrs Florence Ajimobi refused to close her store in honour of her husband's death and want GSM to

Olalek 06/29/2020

The former governor of Oyo state and the deceased senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi whose wife Mrs Florence Ajimobi had refused to close her shop, grandex store, in honour of her deceased husband has been trending online.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. Mrs. Florence Ajimobi who refused to close her store in ring road Ibadan after the burial of her husband, late senator Isiaq Abiola Ajimobi had been criticised by the people of Oyo state and the Nigerians at large.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. View pictures in App save up to 80% data. The decease's wife, Mrs. Florence Ajimobi claimed that the present governor of Oyo state, Engr. Seyi makinde is playing politics with her husband's death. She claimed that the present governor of Oyo state, Engr. Seyi Makinde have not pay his condolences to her after her husband's death.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. People react to her and criticised her for being so heartless that she opened her store after her husband's burial. People condemned her that she can't close her shop for a day in honour of her late husband.

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. What's the reason behind Mrs. Florence refusal to close her shop for the minimum of one day to honour her late husband?

The reason according to @slaypappii is that Mrs. Florence Ajimobi cannot pay her worker's full salary if they missed a working day.

This can be termed as meanness. Can we say Mrs. Florence Ajimobi is mean?

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She is being called a politician and she was said to be playing politics with her husband's death. Is this true?

To you, who is Mrs. Florence Ajimobi? Is she so mean that she couldn't pay her worker's salary if they missed a working day?

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Top Comments
SamusideenRaji · 06/30/2020
Thank god she has not said that the governor killed her husband or she needs a whole month allocation of oyo state from the federal to bury her dear husband. let her realise that time has changed enough of seeking fake sympathy. it is only god that can say how many pensioners died because of government policies under her husband reign
GUEST_z5YdNBNV4 · 06/30/2020
the woman loves money more than her late husband and she can not control it. Where is her husband now ? ....gone . Vanity upon vanity all is vanity .
AfolayanAdebola · 06/29/2020
Can't people mind their business, leave this family a lone, after all they should be allowed to carry their Cross
aishamohammed · 06/30/2020
she " s heartless , if it" s true as d reason given , same staff of hers will seize d opportunity too to share her , grief by coming home to sympathise wt her on d loss & d tradition / religion permits to conceal all engagements in a period like hers , may his soul rest in Jannatul firdaus .

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