The Emir of Ilorin, North Central Nigeria, Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari, has expressed his condolence over the death of the former Inspector General of Police, Cheif Sunday Adewusi, describing it as a colossal loss to the nation.
He also commiserated with the immediate family of the deceased, Ogbomoso traditional council as well as the government and people of Oyo state over the great loss.
Alhaji Sulu-Gambari in his condolence message described Late Chief Sunday Adewusi as a diligent police officer who rose to become the youngest Commissioner police in the history of Nigeria at the age of 32 and later became the Inspector General of Police at the age of 45.
“Not only that, after he retired from the active service of the police, Late Chief Adewusi volunteered himself to contribute to the food security process for the nation through his modern farming system which provided jobs for many citizens”, he added.
While praying God to bless his soul, the Emir expressed grieve that Chief Adewusi passed away when the nation was planning towards diverting her economy from crude oil to the agricultural sector where the deceased was a major player.
Meanwhile, a large number of sympathizers have continued to troop to his Amilegbe residence in Ilorin the State Capital to mourn the death of the late police chief.