WADOYE’s wife extols Yewa Defender boss over mom’s befitting burial, urges children to adore parents

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WADOYE’s wife extols Yewa Defender boss over mom’s befitting burial, urges children to adore parents

The WADOYE Express Nig Ltd Chairman’s wife,  Alhaja Memuinat Haruna while fielding questions from journalists at the Reception program of late Deaconess Rebecca Amusan, has commended the US based Chairman of Yewa Defender organization, Mr Tope Amusan over a befitting burial given to his mom.

The burial which took place on Friday, 4th February, 2022 at the premises of Ebenezer Comprehensive High School, Agbado Railway Crossing, Lagos State, has been tagged the burial of the season.

Mr Amusan, according to Alhaja Haruna has made the exceptional burial process of his mother an icing on the cake considering the unusual loving care accorded his mom while alive.

Describing the burial, Alhaja Haruna highlighted the decency and modesty exhibited during the 3-in-1 burial process which began with the Lying-in-State, followed by the Church service, rounded off with a well organized reception program.

Alhaja Haruna, the CEO at WADOYE Express Nig Ltd, who was two years junior to the Yewa Defender boss at the Egbado High School, Igbogila, Yewa North LGA in Ogun State stated that she would rather urged Nigerians to borrow a leaf from Amusan and Olatokun family.

“I’m impressed by the manner with which the three programs were conducted.

Specifically, I would say it’s honorable and appealing. It tells volume about the degree of respect my Senior has for his late mom.

“How I wish others who would, in the future (sooner or later), intern their dead loved ones borrow a leaf from Mr Amusan.

Speaking further, Alhaja Memuinat Haruna described Mr Tope Amusan as a reliable, disciplined and selfless Nigerian.

“I’m here today as a show of respect for a mother who birthed and trained up an unusual but selfless human being.

“Senior Tope as we used to call him is reliable, disciplined and selfless Nigerian”, the CEO lauded Mr Tope Amusan.