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Late Buruji Kashamu’s Death Was Painful – Orji Kalu

Buruji Kashamu

Buruji Kashamu

The Chief Whip of the Senate, Orji Kalu has come out to mourn the death of Sen. Buruji Kashamu.

He shared his heartfelt condolences in a recent statement from his office today.

According to him, the deceased was known for his philanthropic gestures and his death is a loss that will not be forgotten easily.

He then prayed that God should repose the soul of the dead and console the family members he left behind.

His words, “I received with pain, the news of the demise of Sen. Buruji Kashamu.

“The late Sen. Kashamu was a philanthropist and consummate politician, who was passionate about the welfare of his people.

“The deceased was a notable figure in the political space, having served as a senator representing Ogun East Senatorial District in the 8th National Assembly.

“He was a detribalised Nigerian.”

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Buruji Kashamu (19 May 1958 – 8 August 2020) was a Nigerian politician who served as a Senator representing Ogun East in the 8th National Assembly. Ogun East covers eleven local government areas: Ijebu North East, Ijebu North, Ijebu-Ode, Ijebu East, Ikenne, Odogbolu, Remo North, Sagamu, and Ogun Waterside. Senator Kashamu was the Vice-Chairman of the Senate Committee on States and Local Government.

He was a chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP in Ogun State. He was appointed as the chairman, Organization and Mobilization Committee of the PDP in the South West zone of Nigeria. In 2018, he was expelled from the People’s Democratic Party, a decision later voided by an Abuja High Court in October 2018. He was the 2019 Ogun State gubernatorial election candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party. He died of COVID-19 on 8 August 2020.

Kashamu was born in Ogun State, Nigeria on 19 May 1958. Kashamu started his education at Ansarudeen Primary School, Ijebu Igbo and left in 1972 to complete his primary school education at St. John Modern School, Lagos.

He then attended evening classes at Igbobi College while working as a licensing agent. He later went to London where he took courses in Business Management at Pitman College, London. He was awarded an honorary PhD by the unaccredited, diploma-mill Cambridge Graduate University, located in Massachusetts, at a privately organised ceremony in Lagos, Nigeria.

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