The physique of late Sehindemi Awe Olubiyi, the father-in-law, to Senator Solomon Adeola, chairman of Senate Committee on Finance, was laid to relaxation on the “Vault and Gardens,” Ikoyi after a funeral service at Christ the Mild Interdenominational Church (CLIC) in Alausa, Ikeja.

The late descendant of the primary Odofin of Iponda land, King David Erinopojo Olubiyi, from Ilesha, Osun State handed on on the age of 70 on April 15, 2020 however couldn’t be buried earlier because of the COVID-19 Pandemic Lockdown, in response to an announcement issued on Friday, July 9, and signed by Kayode Odunaro, Media Adviser to Senator Yayi

Presiding Chaplain of CLIC, Very Reverend Ayo Oyadotun, said on the funeral service for the deceased, that dying is a debt to be paid by everybody stressing that the vital factor for the lifeless is to make heaven whereas forsaking a great legacy.

“From the tributes and the standing of the household Pa Olubiyi left behind I can see the legacy of a great and beneficiant man” the clergyman said.

Yayi, in his tribute to his late father-in-law, described him as a father-figure, including that his blissful and fruitful marriage of over 20 years to the deceased’s daughter is a testimonial of how nice he was as a father-in-law.

Among the many company on the service have been Lagos governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, who was represented by Tayo Ayinde, his Chief of Workers, Ogun governor, Dapo Abiodun, who was represented by Rt. Hon Tunji Egbetokun, former Speaker of Ogun State Home of Meeting and Senior Particular Adviser (Political) to the governor.

Others current on the occasion are Ayinde Enilolobo, Lagos State APC Organising Secretary, Hon. Babatunde Olaotan, Particular Adviser(Authorities Home) to Ogun State governor, Hon. Funmi Efuwape, Ogun State Commissioner for Ladies Affairs, Hon. Kehinde Joseph, member of Lagos State Home of Meeting representing Alimosho 2 and Hon. Ayo Adeleye, Particular Adviser to Ogun State governor on Politics amongst others.

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