The Convener of Yoruba Mandate Group, Akogun Banji Ojo has lost her mother-in-law to the cold hands of death at the age of 68.
According to a press statement released by Olalekan Ajimoti, the chief of staff to the convener; The Late (Mrs) Ajibade Funmilayo Idowu nee Ogunsakin who was also a professional Nurse during her days from Itapa Ekiti, Ekiti State would begin her final journey to the world beyond starting from the 26th of March, 2021 with a wake-keep service at her residence.
She will then be committed to the mother earth on the 27th of March 2021 in her home town, Itapa Ekiti after which party and entertainment of guests will take place at Methodist Primary school, Itapa Ekiti.
She is survived by Children, Chief (Mrs) Modupe Banji Ojo, Opeyemi Ajibade, Femi Ajibade and Ronke Ajibade and grandchildren.
Expected guests at the occasion include Royal Leaders, Members of the Yoruba Mandate Group worldwide, Diamond Brothers club and G6 Reconciliation Group, London.
The chairmen of the burial committee are the Agbaka of Alagbaka Akure, HrM David Afolabi Obasuyi and Ebenezer Ajayi while Otunba Femi Soluade, the Director-General Yoruba mandate group will anchor the organization apex body.
I sincerely appreciate the prayers and condolences of numerous well-wishers, may Mamas’ soul rest peacefully with her maker, Akogun Banji Ojo added.