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Celebrities, Traditional Rulers, Musicians, Others Storm Ijebu As Sir K Oluwo Buries Mother




Popular real estate merchant, Chief Kamorudeen Omolamina AKA Sir K Oluwo has buried his mother on Saturday, 25th Of November, 2023 at his home town in Itere, Ijebu Waterside, Ogun state.

The event no doubt will continue to remain the talk of the town for many years due to the caliber of individuals that throng the community for the burial of Sir K Oluwo’s mother. The event had the crème-la-crème of the society including Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Iba Gani Adams, traditional rulers, nollywood practitioners like Ronke Oshodi Oke, Yinka Quadri, Muka Ray, MC Kirikiri, to mention but a few.

It was no doubt a glamorous event as it had nothing less than 5,000 people in attendance from every nook and cranny of the world; some attendees flew in from overseas to celebrate with Sir K Oluwo.

Apart from celebration of Mama’s life, the event was also a testament of Sir K Oluwo’s benevolence; An influential Muslim cleric, AlFulani who kicked off the event with an opening prayer took some time to mention the good deeds of the real estate merchant. He narrated how he sponsored him and several others to the Holy Land Of Mecca some years back.

Guests at the event could also testify to the classiness of Mama’s final burial; there were more than enough sumptuous meals and assorted drinks throughout the event. It was even eavesdropped that about 48 cows were bought for Mama’s burial.

When Sir K Oluwo was asked to speak about his mother, He described her as a good woman whose loss will forever pain him. He shared that he still misses her while advising the young ones to take care of their mothers. He also expressed surprise at how people turned up for him from their respective bases to far away Ijebu waterside.

‘’I am very happy seeing people at my event. My mother was a good woman; it pained me that I lost my mother. I have not felt alright since my mother passed on. Even now, I still miss her. Whenever I have a bad dream, I run down to this village to see my mother but now, I can’t do that again. I also want to tell everyone to please take care of their mother. It won’t speak well if you don’t take care of them in their lifetime and start holding a big party to celebrate their exit, take care of them while they are alive.’’

Guests were given good music as popular fuji musician, Sule Alao Malaika delivered excellently well.