...anything that will tarnish your name and you ensured that we remembered the son of whom we are (“ranti omo eni ti won se”). You dealt with everyone freely and with an open-mind. Let me add how you taught us about equality, no bias in your dealings, you accorded everyone with respect, both young and old.
You believed in equal opportunity, you used to say “don’t gag my daughter” whenever Omotooke Odeniyi the last born and baby, had something to say and we were trying to keep her quiet. Let me add that this generally helped our confidence; you showed us the world was a stage and we should act our path well, you polished us and now we shine so brightly, carrying on your legacy of value and contribution. I love My FBO forever!
“To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die.” ― Thomas Campbell (Page 2)