BY OLUMIDE ABUDU
The remains of late Elder Theo Adebowale of the Political Science Department, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko have been laid to rest in his hometown, Owo.
At a Church service in his honour at the Living Faith Church, Winners Chapel, Owo, Pastor Omoniyi Atere charged the people to live life worthy of emulation just like the deceased.
Pastor Atere described late Adebowale as a man who lived his life to the service of God and benefit of humanity.
Speaking at the church service, the acting Vice Chancellor, Ajasin Varsity, Prof Olugbenga Ige described late Theo Adebowale as hardworking, activist, unionist and dogged fighter who impacted on both Staff and students of the institution.
On his part, HOD Political Science of the institution, Prof Lanre Olu-Adeyemi said the deceased would be remembered for his contribution to the establishment of Adekunle Ajasin University in Akungba-Akoko after the creation of Ekiti State from old Ondo State.
Meanwhile, friends and former students had put up a night of Tribute in honour of the late teacher and public affairs commentator.
Late Elder Theo Adebowale who died at the age of 65 left behind wife, children and grand children.
The burial was attended by friends, former students in both Ekiti State University and Adekunle Ajasin University and Democracy Network, DEMNET group from across the