BY OLORUNFERANMI ODOFIN

It was a moment of sobering and mourning to the family of Oluwateru as late Mrs Olubunmi Adewole-Oluwateru was being laid to rest.

Children and husband of the deceased.

Aside the deceased colleagues from the Ondo state Radiovision Corporation, OSRC, where she was an Assistant director of programmes until her death, members of staff of radio Nigeria positive FM also flooded her residence at Adebowale off ondo road, Akure to bid her farewell.

A cross section of sympathizers

In a sermon entitled, “Olubunmi slept,” The Pastor in charge of CAC mount of faith Ayedun Akure, Pastor Matthew Aboderin charged christians to always work towards leaving behind legacies for the benefit of mankind.

Officiating ministers.

The cleric also described death as inevitable and implored the people to always move closer to God for devine blessings.

“Olubunmi Adewole-Oluwateru is gone, everybody Shall taste death and when it comes no hesitation” the cleric submitted

Among the sympathizers at the residence were the General Manager, FRCN Positive fm, Mrs Olubunmi Olalere, NTA Akure General Manager, Mrs Olubunmi Oke and Chairman OSRC media group, Mr Kunle Adebayo.

The OSRC media group chairman, Mr Adebayo who was the deceased’s boss described the her as hardworking and submissive.

Some of her colleagues said they had lost a dedicated worker.

“Sister Bunmi will be missed for her generosity and assistance. Always ready to render help, we will definitely miss her”…a colleague said.

Thanking God for his wife’s short but impactful  life, Mr Lanre Adewole Oluwateru who is the Head of Unit, ICT Positive FM Akure described her as a supportive partner.

“She was a woman of virtues, of gratitude and a woman that was very good. She loved her children so much, and always supportive in all activities. Who are we to query God, what has happened has happened,” he concluded

Her children Teniola, Inioluwa and Diekololaoluwa Oluwateru also said their mother was very loving.

They said…”She was very generous and kind. Leaving us does not mean she has left us finally”

Aged 50, late Mrs Olubunmi Adewole Oluwateru is survived by her husband, children, siblings and aged mother.

 

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