The final journey eternal of an educationist, judicial officer, philanthropist, community leader and a one –time Magistrate and Chairman of Lagos State Rent Edict Tribunal, Barrister (Mrs.) Grace Onaiwu Omoigui...
Remembering Olorogun Michael C. O. Ibru
From the time the news broke out that Olorogun Michael Christopher O. Ibru, our friend Mike, had passed on, a lot had been said and written about his life while here on earth with us.
Ọlaniwun Ajayi: Farewell to a valiant pilgrim
We received the news of the sudden death of Sir Ọlaniwun Ajayi in the early hours of this (yesterday) morning with utmost shock and dismay.
CSP Jude Okey Agbanajelu (1973-2016) an astute Police Officer
Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Jude Okey Agbanajelu, passed on September 6, 2016, was born forty-three years ago.
Remembering James Mordi, one year after
Mr. James Ekene Mordi, who has died one year ago, was born on Sunday January 10, 1937 in Ogbenti Obi Issele uku, Delta State. He was the youngest child of Nwuegbuzie and Aishiedu (nee Nwabueze).
Prof. Reuben Olu-Udochukwu Ani (1942-2016)
Professor Reuben Olu-Oludochukwu Ani (Olowa Nwani), who has died was born to the family of Chinevu Nwani Anyamu of Amankpo Umuezike, and Ogo Nwadiyoke Oyiogu of Amegu-uwani Mgboko, both in Aku, Igbo-Etiti Local Government Area of Enugu State on February 27, 1942.
Akintunde Adeniyi Adesokan (1955-2016)
In his tribute, Dr. O.A. Oyesanya who lives in United Kingdom said: “Bose (aka Sola), Jimi; my brother, Ayo (aka Kunle) and I were toddlers in Imalefalafia, Ibadan in those very good and happy old days.
Ojo Maduekwe: Exit of the philosopher king (1945-2016)
Chief Ojo Mbila Maduekwe made the first big impression on the Nigerian scene shortly after he was appointed Minister of Culture in 1999 by the administration of returnee President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Adetoun Adesunloye (1947-2016) An exemplary and dedicated mother indeed
Adetoun Adesunloye who has passed on was born in April 1947. There was little immediate sign that she would be in any way remarkable or achieve much when she was born.In a tribute by Peter Aziza, which was made available to The Guardian Adesunloye...