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6 Jul 2019
MAJ. Gen James Oluleye was born on April 20, 1930 to the family of Ezekiel and Janet Oluleye of Efon Alaaye in today’s Ekiti State and died on July 2, 2009. Orphaned by age 14, the hard times were weathered by the loving care of his elder brother, Michael Folayan who trained him. He attended…
15 Jun 2019
Chief Godwill Omodele Sanni was born on April 1, 1954 to the late Prince Saliu Adeniran Sanni of Gbagura Abeokuta and Chief (Mrs.) Christiana Irorere Sanni (nee Aideyan) of Benin City.
8 Jun 2019
I was hit by the sad passing away of my former Proprietress, Dr. (Ms.) Abiodun Laja. I am a huge fan of this lady, not because she was...
1 Jun 2019
Oluwasegun Ogbemudia Akpata was born on May 24, 1957 in Abakilikii, Ebonyi State and died on June 1, 2008 in South Africa. He was the first son and child of Igbinoba Akpata and Mrs. Morinat Akpata (nee Bashorun Adewusi – Shomoye). He attended Ikoyi Nursery School, Lagos. He later went to Corona School, Ikoyi, which…
25 May 2019
Presiding Elder Godwin Ohwodiasa Onobrakpeya was born on June 14, 1945 in Agbarha-Otor, Ughelli North Local of Delta State. His father, the late Pa Onobrakpeya Omonedo, alias Obi of Agbarha-Otor Kingdom...
25 May 2019
Alhaja Halimah-Shadiyah Mosunmola Olashalewa Agoro (nee Shekete) was born on April 14, 1945 in Eko, popularly referred to as Lagos Island and died on May 26, 2009. She had a humble beginning and grew up among her older cousins. She had early education at the Salvation Army Primary School, Odunlami in Lagos Island and proceeded…
18 May 2019
Lavinia Ekong began her life’s journey on December 7, 1961. She was born in Detroit, Michigan to the late James and Carrie Ruckes. Lavinia was the baby of her seven siblings, two of which, Jessie Ruckes, Sr. have preceded her in death. Lavinia had a strong spiritual belief system and accepted Christ as her personal…
18 May 2019
The 16th President of Rotary Club of Ikeja, Oliver Eniola Johnson has passed on. Born in 1939, he died on April 27, 2019 in London at the ag eof 80, the day his son, Niyi Johnson got married in Lagos. He devoted his life to the service of Rotary, at Rotary Club, Ikeja since he…
18 May 2019
Chief (Mrs.) Grace Folorunsho Bello was born on February 28, 1928 to the family of Chief Daniel Jemiyo Atandare and Mary Omosewo Atandare (nee Aregbesola) . Her father was a trained teacher and an accomplished organist, who was employed as a station master in the then Nigerian Railways (NRC) while her mother was a textile…
11 May 2019
Chief Gregory Nnanwuba Nwokolo (Ichie Ezenwa) died on Saturday, December 15, 2018, at the age of 80. He was born in 1938 into the family of the late Ozo Ndibe Nwokolo...
11 May 2019
Mrs. Caroline Eme Bassey was born in Victoria-Cameroon on January 3, 1948 into a humble yet a royal home of Chief Asuquo Nyong Umoh Esoho of the Duke house...
11 May 2019
Chief Victor Nanna was born on February 27, 1922 to Chief Newton Colleone Nanna from Koko and Mrs. Togbanro Colleone Nanna from Effurun.

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