As a young girl schooling in a boarding school in those days, my late uncle, the late Jegun of Ile-Oluji, Oba Suulade Adedugbe and his family were the only relatives I knew in Lagos to visit during my long vacation holidays.
Their home was welcoming, very! I remembered Ekololu, Marcathy St.where I met [email protected] Abimbola for the first time, and many other inlaws each year.
Olori Olanireti treated us all the same with her cousins and nephews.
Their house was where I slept in an air- conditioned room for the first time ever ! She looked very smart and like a Londoner in her trousers she liked wearing then. Ha! ha! Smile!
Your legacies live on more especially in the lives of the students you imparted.
Rest on sweet mother until resurrection day .
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