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Final Journey For Kosor Akpapumam Begins In Asaba

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Final Journey For Kosor Akpapumam Begins In Asaba

The final journey home for Abuja society Lady, Chief Kosor Felicia Akpapunam ( aka Sister Kay) has begun.

On Friday, Nov 5th her remains left the morgue of the National hospital, Abuja via Aero Contractors to Abuja Accompanied by her two sons Chuks and Ogechukwu who were seen off by their Dad, the entertainment Guru, Henry Akpapunam, aka DJ Mannix, and his younger Brother Ken, Hajia Hadiza Mohammed, younger sister of the deceased and a handful of family friends.

Personal friend of the couple and media consultant Mr. Al Humphrey Onyanabo said,” It was a really touching moment seeing the lifeless body of a once bubbly, beautiful and caring person in a lonely casket, and her hubby and kids in tears…so so sad”.

Final Journey For Kosor Akpapumam Begins In Asaba

Final Journey For Kosor Akpapumam Begins In Asaba

Mr Henry Akpapunam added, “There-in lies my Sugarbabe, it’s so so sad to imagine”.

He also rolled out the final burial arrangements.

All night wake keeping will hold in Ezi town, Aniocha North LGA, Delta State from 7:00 pm.

Next day on November 11th, there will be a Service of songs at 21 Isioma Onyeobi street, Asaba.
Funeral service will hold at 10;00am at the All Saints Church grounds, Cable Point, Asaba. Ministering will Pastor Patrick Okoro, resident pastor, RCCG Jesus Assembly, Games Village, Abuja.

Interment will be at 12:00 noon which will be followed by entertainment of guests at the same venue.

“The outpour of love and support from all the world has been tremendous and we are thankful”.

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Ooni of Ife’s Daughter Counters Mother’s Statement, Re-affirms Love For Father 

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Over the week, Omolara Olatunbosun estranged wife of Ooni of Ife; Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi made a statement published on a popular new platform where she stated that; Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi was an absentee father to their daughter Adeola Ogunwusi at birth. She also made an allegation that; Ooni was nowhere to be found as she was the one who single-handedly raised Adeola from childbirth.

Her statement reads; “I was a pregnant teen, but he(Ooni) was nowhere to be found, and I bore the responsibilities for our child, and paid the physical and social cost of raising her alone in my mom’s house,” Omolara insisted.

Omolara Olatubosun, who repeatedly glosses over Ooni’s constant reference to his daughter as the apple of his eye whom he raised as a single father, could not take any of that. She maintains that the truth remains that the monarch was an absentee father, describing his claim of a loving father as mendacious and having no basis in fact, but has gone on for too long. “I was, in fact, the single parent.

He was, until our daughter was old enough, an absentee father.” “I, Omolara, took care of my daughter physically, financially and emotionally, with the moral support of my mother and siblings.  I was a pregnant teen, but he was nowhere to be found, and I bore the responsibilities for our child and paid the physical and social cost of raising her alone in my mom’s house,” she maintained in a statement released.

In reaction to the above assertion made by Omolara Olatunbosun about Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Princess Adeola Ogunwusi, the daughter in question has come out publicly on social media reacting to the claim made by her mother.

In her post on Instagram, via her handle, adeola_oguns, she posted a comment re-affirming her unending love for her father. She also never failed to extol his virtues and the fatherly love and support laced with listening ears she has enjoyed all her life which has helped mold her to become a better woman.

She said; ” Kabiyesi, I don’t think I can ever forget to get used to the way you carry my matter on your head… the pride in your eyes whenever you talk about me; it is always my daughter this, my daughter that.

Wahala for who no get daughter o!. Kabiyesi, I am who I am today because of you…the love and admiration you constantly shower on me has made me into this kind and thoughtful young woman.  Thank you for being who you are, you are forever generous and loving. I love you today, tomorrow and forever.”

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Iyalaje Oodua Launches Website, Unveil Plans for 2022 Aje Festival 

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Ever since Princess Dr. Toyin Kolade was installed as the Iyalaje Oodua (Spiritual symbol for wealth, commerce and industry) by His Imperial Majesty Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, Princess Kolade has been a nip in the bud by hitting the ground running with her giant strides towards harnessing business opportunities, wealth and commerce within the Oodua region and beyond.

In a bid to infuse technological advancement following the modern-day trend, She recently launched Aje Website www.iyalajeoodua.com where she loaded all needed information about the sacred Aje diety among other information and frequently asked questions for those at home and in the diaspora.

To further spread her reach increasing her milage across the globe; she also launched the Iyalaje-In-Council and Iyalaje-Worldwide platform on Whatsapp, where hundreds of people have joined and have had a series of progressive meetings, where salient issues affecting trade and commerce in Nigeria were discussed at length.

The initiative is also to give those in the diaspora a sense of belonging and engage them on business opportunities in Nigeria and how trade exchange between Nigeria and the rest of the world can be improved drastically.

As the Annual Aje festival beckons next year in February; solid preparations are in top gear to ensure the 2022 Aje festival is glamourous by deviating from the norm. Next Aje festival will avail people from the diaspora to participate fully and also talk about unlocking business opportunities. The newest innovation for the next edition is the inclusion of ‘Aje Summit’; a round engaging discussions atmosphere that would attract prominent government functionaries, celebrated business moguls, Iyalaje’s and Iyaloja’s across the country.

At the Summit, various issues would be treated on how to infuse technological advancement in business and how to follow the 21st-century trend of doing business across the world. The Aje Summit is a first of its kind that would attract all sundry from all walks of life under one roof to improve business opportunities and also engage in modes and ease of doing business to increase wealth creation and empower with knowledge.

Iyalaje Oodua disclosed that; ‘Next Aje festival will be a paradigm shift. We are moving from the usual status quo and also give opportunities for those who want to learn more about business and trade. At the Summit, we will teach people how to fish and not give them fish. At the Summit, there would be an exchange of information, business opportunities, business ideas and also we would create funding for a good business proposal.

In line with the vision and mission of His Imperial Majesty, Ooni Adeyeye Ogunwusi; that by 2030, he wants the wealth valuation within Oodua land to increase in billions of dollars in investment. So as Iyalaje Oodua, we are tapping into the vision to ensure we meet the said target. We would be holding a world Press conference soon to unveil our plans for the next Aje Festival that is billed to hold next year February 2022.

We would be going to Brazil and Europe to propagate the gospel and attract more direct foreign investment into the country. For more update, you can visit our website www.iyalajeoodua.com and all our designated social media handles platform for more information.”

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Lady Kosor Felicia Akpapunam Finally Laid To Rest In Asaba

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They came out in their numbers, the high and mighty, men, women and youths…from across the seas, from Abuja, port Harcourt, Kaduna, Jos, the hinterlands they all took the trouble to attend as a final honour and parting gift to a dear and loved friend, compatriot, sister and colleague.

All wished they could give something to bring her back to life…plead a few more years for her on planet Earth…but alas, their tears and good wishes only helped to ease her final journey into the eternal as they waved, teary-eyed, some sobbing by her graveside in Asaba and sang the funeral hymn, “God be with u till we meet again”.

Her sons Chuks and Ogechukwu were a sorry sight, so were her siblings Ogbueshi Sammy and Hadiza were wailing, dressed in beautiful white lace with stones, Chief Mrs. Kosor Felicia Akpapunam, a friend of the poor, administrator, mother, and grandmother was finally committed to Mother Earth.

Sadly, her husband, the entertainment personage Henry Akpapunam (DJ MANNIX), was cordoned in a small room according to the dictates of tradition and comforted by family.

His siblings Ken, Collins and Sister Fyde, her hubby Captain Tony Inogbo, their two sons Kynebi and Nonso were all gloomy and tearful. Officiating Minister was Pastor Patrick Okoro who led a large contingent of members and pastorate from RCCG, Jesus Assembly, Games Village Parish Abuja, said in his sermon at the interment, Kosor Akpapunam was a beautiful soul who touched the lives of all those who came across her path. She will be missed.

Lady Kosor Felicia Akpapunam Finally Laid To Rest In Asaba

She ran the race and she lived well and in Christ. Media personality and friend of the couple, Al Humphrey Onyanabo revealed, I attended all the events for the burial, from the service of songs in Abuja to the traditional all-night wake keep in Ezi to the interment in Asaba, Sister K was no Dangote or Adeniga, but she was loved because she reached out and touched the lives of those around her meaningfully. It’s a profound lesson for all of us to live an impactful life.

Her husband Henry Akpapunam said in her memory he and his sons Chuks and Oge had decided to continue with Kosor foundation which she set up.

This is the least we can do to continue the good work she started. Prominent in all activities were her fellow members of the Elegant Ladies Club of Asaba, a cosmopolitan assemblage of successful Asaba professionals and businesswomen who honored a worthy member by their active participation and support.

At the reception after interment, they took control of the event ensuring that guests were comfortable and adequately provided for. Mrs A U Okocha who was present at all the events summed up Sister K.

She was a beautiful soul, a philanthropist, an administrator, and a very generous person. Present from the ELCA were Mrs Mary Uraih (President), Mrs Pat Onianwa (Vice President), Mrs Joan Monu (provost), Mrs. Nkem Ogosi (legal adviser), Mrs Maryam Eyuche Mujadadi (social and publicity secretary) and many others.

Also present was a delegation from Edo College Old Boys Association, Ecoba 65-69 group, to which Henry Akpapunam belong.

They included Prof Reuben Osahon, the Chair Person of the Association, Dr Ifeanyi Uraih, Godwin Sagay, and Oludare Agbe Davies. Mrs Kate Maduekwe, lecturer in Uniabuja, Mrs Ijeoma Eche Nwachukwu, Mr Mike Nwabude, Eunice, Chioma, Oluchi, all staff of NAOC, where Sister K had given 35years of her life working for NAOC. Prof Goodwill Ofunne, MD and CEO OF FISPAS and Ogbueshi Nabo Afam Obiago.

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