Reminiscing Adeyanju Badmos, mother and educationist par excellence
For an educational institution to become a full-fledged learning institute, it requires keen teachers with good virtues to nurture and contribute to total wellbeing of a child.
Remembering May Ezekiel, 21 years after
She was popularly known as MEE (May Ellen Ezekiel), publisher of Classique Magazine, editor of Quality Magazine, host of Mee & You Television Talk Show and a philanthropist. Married to a veteran Nigerian actor and former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Delta State....
Tribute to Mrs Omawumi Beatrice Udoh (1960 - 2016)
“Bros! The bill has just been passed”. With those immortal words, Omawumi had informed me that the Delta State House of Assembly had passed the Delta State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission (DESOPADEC) Bill into law. I think it was on August 1, 2006 and she had telephoned from the House.
Remembering Deacon Samuel Adewunmi Amune
It has been tributes and eulogies for 78- year-old community leader, clergy, legal luminary and illustrious son of Igarra, Akoko-Edo Local Government Area of Edo State, late Deacon Samuel Adewunmi Amune who recently passed on unto glory.
William Adeolu Rosanwo (1931-2016) renowned engineer of his time
Engineer William Adeolu Rosanwo, who has died was born on October 20, 1931 into the respected family of Gabriel Awowekun Rosanwo and Madam Victoria Sheneiye Rosanwo of Iwesi, Ijebu Ode in Ogun State.
Tribute to Mrs Victoria Umukoro (1938 – 2016)
You were named Victoria after a great queen. And like her, you were a pioneer, a transformer, a change agent. Like her, you enjoyed a great love affair with your husband of 53 years. The world knew Victoria and Albert.
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.