The legendary of Otunba Olatunbosun Abe popularly known as ‘Hinpele O’ will linger for a long time in the history of Ijesaland because of the way he projected the dialect and promoted the unity of the land on radio.
These were the words of the Provost, Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion, Diocese of Ilesa South, cathedral Church of Holy Trinity, Omofe, Ilesa , the very Reverend Enitan Olajide at the funeral service of veteran broadcaster, Otunba Olatunbosun Abey popularly know as “Hinplele o”
The Very reverend Olajide said Otunba Olatunbosun Abe was not just a freelance presenter but a public commentator who promoted cultural and moral values, as well as, unity among the people of Ijesaland through his dialectical program, ‘Hinpele o’.
Challenging the people in attendance to make positive impact on their immediate and remote environments through their God given talents , the provost remarked that the vacuum created by his death in the broadcast industry would be difficult to fill
The Very reverend Olajide also emphasized that death was not a respecter of Fame, wealth or nobility , hence everybody should prepare for the inevitability.
Speaking on the person of his father, the first child, Funso Olatunbosun eulogized Hinpele o , saying he was an example of a good and industrious father who never coveted what belonged to others.
Also speaking the immediate younger brother to the late iconic broadcaster, Mr Kunle Olatunbosun described his brother as a frank talker who never pretended at all, but would rather say thing the way it appeared to him
The funeral service had in attendance media guru including the former Director General of Osun State Broadcasting Corporation, Mr Wale Idowu, General Manager, Uniq FM, Otunba Jare Ayo Martins, Assistant Director Marketing, Radio Nigeria Ibadan, Mrs Kemi Oni and host of others.