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Genny Adeosun celebrates at 60


Genny Adeosun

Genny Mariana Adeosun may not ring a bell across society, but as far as the circle of the high and mighty is concerned, she just cannot be put aside with a wave of the hand, as she could conveniently be regarded as part of those that make things thick.

Genny, an advocate of women in politics, is married to former minister of Aviation, Communication and Transportation, Oluwole Adeosun, a chartered accountant, who died in active service as chairman of the National Pension Commission (PENCOM).

His death about five years ago was no doubt devastating to his wife, family and well-wishers.

But the cheering story is that Genny has been able to hold forth as the pillar of the home. It will be recalled that her daughter, Yewande, several months back got married to son of Founder of Guiding Light Assembly, Pastor Wale Adefarasin.


It was also with a great mood and heart filled with praise that the matriarch of Adeosun family, Genny, invited family and friends to felicitate with her on her 60th birthday anniversary recently in Victoria Island, Lagos.

The event began with a thanksgiving session, which was marked by prayers and praises. The officiating ministers, which included Venerables Sunday Abodunrin and Julius Oyediran, steered the ceremony perfectly and rounded off the service with Holy Communion.

The reception, which had high profile personalities in attendance to celebrate with one of their own, were treated to a great time, even as the birthday soiree was full of glee.

On hand were her very close allies, including the First Lady of Oyo State, Mrs. Florence Ajimobi; Olu Okeowo; Pastor Wale Adefarasin; Olori Ladun Sijuade and Chief Nike Akande, to mention a few, while entertainers, such as Tope Alabi, Nathaniel Bassey and Ayan Jesu spiced the day with their various thanksgiving renditions.

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