I, Hon. E.J Agbonayinma, Federal commissioner Code of Conduct Bureau, condole with you and your entire household on the passing of your mother Queen Elizabeth II, the Queen of England.
May God grant her eternal rest as she joins her creator.
I also want to use this medium to congratulate you as you becomes the King of England (King Charles III).
I pray God Almighty to protect you and give you the wisdom to pilot the affairs of Great Britain.
Farewell and Goodbye Great Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth II…
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