Aiyegbayo Family Lifts Poor Students In Remembrance Of Their Late Icon

    In 10th year remembrance of Engr. Jassy Aiyegbayo, the family on Wednesday July 10th 2019 in Ibadan put smiles on the less privileged secondary school students by paying fee of external exams of some likely to be dropped out school students because of payment, also procured and distributed reading and writing materials to aids the fast learning for both Senior and Junior secondary school students of Government College Apata, Ibadan, Oyo State

    The family of late Engr. Jassy made this year remembrance a special one as family and friends all gathered to blessed the educational needy on behalf of their gone legend.

    WAEC fee of Senior Secondary School students of not financially buoyant parents were settled as well as students from Junior Secondary School of Government College Apata, Ibadan, Oyo State.

    Adding more to the fee payments, the family also distributed reading and writing materials to the school to aids the students learning, all in remembrance of their love one who is late.

    The late, Engr Jassy Abiodun Aiyegbayo was born on December 31st 1946 to the late Pa Thomas Ojo Aiyegbayo and Mrs Victoria Abeo Aiyegbayo of Ejigbo in Osun State. He died 10 years ago, on July 10, 2009 and the vacuum his death created has been so difficult to fill.

    Before his death, he He worked at Ministry of Works and Transport Oyo State for many years before moving to Osun due to the creation of Osun State.He worked with Osun State Ministry of Works and Transport where he retired as Deputy Director Highways Maintainance.

    Message from late Jassey wife, she said ” the Late was a dutiful father and husband, a determined and purposeful man, a transformer, a devoted follower , a visionary and inspirational leader, a cheerful giver , a man with a beautiful heart “.

    Mr Oluwasheun eulogising his dad, an epitome of peace, he said ” He was a strict disciplinarian, charismatic and pragmatic father who never spared the rod to spoil the child. In his relationship with people, he was highly principled, exhibited a high degree of patience”.

     He is fondly remembered by his wife, Chief Mrs Funke Aiyegbayo, son : -Mr  Oluwasheun Aiyegbayo, Grandson: Judah Aiyegbayo , family members, friends.

    Engr Jassy died on the 10th of July 2009, may this soul continues to rest in the bosom of Almighty God

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