The Ogun State governor, Dapo Abiodun has described the late Dame Caroline Adebutu as a symbol of the finest of womanhood who lived a life of impact.
Abiodun who made this known during the final burial service of Mrs. Adebutu, held at the Methodist Church Nigeria, Iperu-Remo, disclosed that she would be remembered for her good deeds to humanity.
While urging the Adebutu family not to mourn the passing of their matriarch but to celebrate her transition to glory, the governor added that she lived a remarkable and impactful life.
Abiodun, who further said that she would be remembered by her philanthropic deeds and her good seeds, noted that the children she left behind are her legacies.
In his sermon, the Prelate of the Methodist Church; Most Reverend Oliver Abba, who described the late Caroline as a counselor and a confidant for people near her, disclosed that God is looking out for a change in attitude of his children.
Abba while noting that the time has come for the people of God to be ready for the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ, urged the people of God to leave a life of righteousness.