My account refiller, my atm was supposed to live to be 100 years – Late Senator Buruji Kashamu’s wife, Susan finally speaks

Late Senator Buruji Kashamu was madly in love with his beautiful wife, Susan before his death on the 8th of August 2020. City people report that Susan, an epitome of beauty, was her late husband, Senator Buruji Kashamu’s favorite as they shared a bond that many people were unable to unravel. At the 8-day fidau prayer for Senator Buruji Kashamu, held on Sunday, 16th August 2020, Susan revealed had this to say about her late Senator Buruji Kashamu. In her words” I want to appreciate everyone for coming to help us pay our last respect to my lovely husband. I have few words to say about my husband, though I’m actually lost for words, just a few phrases to describe who my husband is to me. My Joy, my husband, my father, my adviser, my protector, my guardian Angel. He was my Account re-filler, my ATM, my gist lover, my history teller, my counselor.
Orisa mi, My Personal Shopper, my confidence booster, my personal stylist, my boss, my client, my business partner, my business consultant, my one-man battalion. You are the life of every party. You made statements with every entrance. God knew exactly what he was doing when he led me to you. I love you; I adore you. I will miss you. Please continue to watch over all the things you left behind. I have so many questions but no one to give me answers. May the almighty God forgive all your shortcomings and grant you eternal rest in peace”.“My darling, this is unbelievable. You were so strong and could wrestle your way out of everything, that I thought you would live to be 100 years. To me, you were larger than life and this wasn’t what I expected. We agreed to walk home together from the hospital but God knows best. You were a doting father to the children and your baby will never get to know how much you loved her. You were going to give her the world and everything she ever wanted. How will I explain this to her? When she’s singing her “Baba Kashamu” song, will you still dance, in al-Jannah? You fought me over everything but I’ll still apologize because I knew you just wanted to be right. I will forever miss you my darling. Our lives will never be the same without you. I will forever love you my darling.”