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Breaking: GTBank Boss, Según Agbaje, Loses Mother In-law, Toyin Olakunri

Breaking: GTBank Boss, Según Agbaje, Loses Mother In-law, Toyin Olakunri
June 03
16:38 2018

How She  Slumped and Died, While Attending Service In Church This Morning

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Few people get to transit from being utterly indispensable to “eternally unforgettable.” A real mother does. And if she is some mother-in-law to treasure, she may be succeeded but she can never be replaced. Nigeria’s boardroom matriarch and woman of many firsts, Chief (Mrs) Olutoyin Olusola Olakunrin, is dead.

Olakunrin was the mother of Derin Agbaje, the wife of Segun Agbaje, the Managing Director of GT Bank.

We gathered that the veteran corporate Amazon died at 11:30am today, Sunday, 3 June, 2018, in Lagos. She was aged 80. Sources disclosed that the Gbagura, Abeokuta, Ogunbanjo State, born corporate titan slumped this morning, while attending a service at her church, St Paul Anglican Church, Breadfruit, Lagos. She was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead on arrival.

It will be recalled that Mama Olakunrin celebrated her 80th birthday last November, with family and friends at a high-profile thanksgiving at St. Paul Anglican Church, Breadfruit, Lagos.

A woman of many firsts, Olakunrin was one of Nigeria’s most celebrated standard icons. She was Africa’s first female chartered accountant. Her intellectual capacity stood her out among her contemporaries-both male or female. She also served as the chairman of Education Trust Fund; and was a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN).

Olakunrin was the former president of the Society of Women Accountants in Nigeria (SWAN) She was involved in auditing account of major’s organizations. -THEELITES

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6 Comments

  1. Dipupo
    Dipupo June 03, 19:18

    Mama Olakunri was an embordiment of meekness. Humble. Very humble. May this kind, gentle soul find rest with her creator. There will never be another like her. Adieu

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    • Akoko
      Akoko June 03, 22:23

      Wao. Gbagura, Abeokuta, Nigeria and Africa have lost one of the greatest amazon. May her soul RIP.

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  2. irene
    irene June 03, 20:26

    She came, she saw, she conquered
    I am still in shocked. She was beautiful inside out. Humble to the core despite her status. She never took anybody for granted. God rest her soul.

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  3. Akintunde
    Akintunde June 04, 04:24

    May her gentle soul rest in peace.

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  4. Philipp
    Philipp June 04, 15:11

    They will not be used to buy present cards.

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  5. Dave Painter
    Dave Painter June 09, 14:55

    interesting read i learn something

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