NEWS: There are reports that Adekunle Gold’s dad, Prince Hakeem Adeyemi Kosoko is dead | Read
One of the saddest news you read today is that of Adekunle Gold allegedly losing his dad, Prince Hakeem Adeyemi Kosoko to the virus hands of death.
As indicated by blogger, Xcelcity, Prince Hakeem Adeyemi Kosoko Permanent Secretary of Education District 4, kicked the bucket amid the night subsequent to enduring an undisclosed sickness.
It is likewise announced that Prince Adeyemi Kosoko was flown out of the nation in the wake of becoming sick a few months prior and as of late came back to recover.
An educator who works under Mr Kosoko’s locale in Lagos uncovered to Linda Ikeji that his passing was declared to the instructors in Education District 4 early today. The reason for death has not been uncovered.
Adekunkle Gold’s dad was as of late elevated to the situation of a changeless secretary in Lagos state.
In 2018, Adekunle Gold declared that his dad Prince Hakeem Adeyemi Kosoko was elevated to the situation of a perpetual secretary by the Lagos state government. He took to his Instagram page where he composed a significant long post about his dad’s voyage to the highest point of his vocation.
“Growing up, I viewed my father buckled down for nearly nothing. Educators weren’t huge workers. Be that as it may, my father, with the assistance of my mum, gave everything each of the 4 of us required – perhaps not needed, however certainly required. I recall when my father went to Uniben for his first degree. My sisters and I were exceptionally youthful, and correspondence with him was essentially unthinkable in light of the fact that it was before the time of cellphones. We possibly observed him when he had school breaks.
“He completed as the best in his group with a qualification in Fine Arts, Painting and Graphics Major. He was a piece of the group that co-composed the module for educators at one time. Consistently, after his essential task as a Fine Arts educator in Keke High School, he would go to Teachers’ College to show different instructors. He was eager to do whatever it would take to make additional cash to battle for us and fabricate a house for us to live in. I nearly overlooked – he is a distributed author. Splendid Man!
“My father didn’t actually sit me down to show me extraordinary qualities and ingenuity. Fortunately, he didn’t need to, on the grounds that I saw it in him consistently. He has given such an extensive amount himself and really values the chance to serve the administration and each school he’s worked at as either instructor, VP or essential. He’s won around 30 grants for his caring support of the state. My Dad. A Man! A man that will not compromise, has confidence in diligent work and is known for his honesty. He generally said to me; “Your name is valuable, you should ensure it!” Hard as it may be to trust, I can sincerely say I’ve never observed him ignore traffic guidelines or give reward.
“At the point when different principals permitted individuals utilize their schools for extraordinary focuses, my father said no. He said – “I have been in administration for a really long time to give speedy cash a chance to destroy my notoriety.” His fantasy has dependably been to turn into a Permanent Secretary of Lagos state. It was his fantasy, it was likewise dig for him. At this time, this 56-year-old splendid man’s fantasy is currently his existence. Today, I sat in the gathering of people, and I tuned in as they read so anyone can hear his accomplishments. I looked as he was confirmed as a Tutor General/Permanent Secretary for Education. So I cried today, yet they were upbeat tears,” he composed.
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I CRIED TODAY! Growing up, I watched my dad worked so hard for too little. Teachers weren’t big earners. But my dad, with the help of my mum, provided everything all 4 of us needed – maybe not wanted, but definitely needed. I remember when my dad went to Uniben for his first degree. My sisters and I were very young, and communication with him was pretty much impossible, because it was before the era of cellphones. We only saw him when he had school breaks. He finished as the best in his class with a distinction in Fine Arts, Painting & Graphics Major. He was part of the team that co-wrote the module for teachers at one time. Everyday, after his primary assignment as a Fine Arts teacher in Keke High School, he would go to Teachers’ College to teach other teachers. He was willing to do whatever it would take to make extra money to fend for us and build a house for us to live in. I almost forgot – he is a published writer. Brilliant Man! My dad didn’t literally sit me down to teach me great values and diligence. Luckily, he didn’t have to, because I saw it in him everyday. He has given so much of himself, and truly values the opportunity to be serving the government and every school he’s worked at as either teacher, VP or principal. He’s won about 30 awards for his selfless service to the state.My Dad. A Man! A man that refuses to cut corners, believes in hard work and is known for his integrity. He always said to me; “Your name is precious, you must protect it!” Hard as it might be to believe, I can honestly say I’ve never seen him disobey traffic rules or give bribe. When other principals allowed people use their schools for special centres, my dad said no. He said – “I have been in service for far too long to let quick money ruin my reputation.” His dream has always been to become a Permanent Secretary of Lagos state. It was his dream, it was also mine for him. In this moment, this 56 year old brilliant man’s dream is now his reality. Today, I sat in the audience, and I listened as they read out loud, his achievements. I watched as he was sworn in as a Tutor General/Permanent Secretary for Education. So I cried today, but they were happy tears.