Friday, 27 April 2018

Ambassador Ajayi’s Daughter Flown In From The United States To Attend Grandfather's Burial Dies During Ceremony With Ayefele On The Bandstand

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Oluwadolapo Oluwadamilola Ajayi, the 26-year-old daughter, Nigeria’s Ambassador to Hungary, Dr Eniola Olairan Ajayi, is dead. She died last Friday, 20 April, during the funeral rites of her grand-father at Iyin-Ekiti, Ekiti State.

It was a sorrowful day to the family  Dr Eniola Olairan Ajayi, as she was burying her father, she lost her daughter, promising beautiful Oluwadolapo Oluwadamilola, who flew in from the United States of America to attend the burial ceremony of her grandfather.

She didn’t know that would be her last day on earth as she was reportedly hit by an in-explainable tragedy on the day of the burial.

The crème of high society, had on that fateful Friday, congregated at Iyin-Ekiti for the burial ceremony of Pa Oluwatoyin Owolabi Ajayi, who died last January 21. All was going well at the church ceremony, which had the minister of power and steel and Eniola’s mentor, Dr Kayode Fayemi and his wife, Erelu Bisi in attendance until tragedy struck.

Sources disclosed that in the midst of the burial celebration. Ambassador Ajayi’s daughter, Dolapo, started to complain of a headache. All efforts to relieve her on the spot proved to be an exercise in futility. She was later rushed to a private hospital, where she gave up the ghost after the doctors tried their best to revive her.

Predictably, the orgy of festivities at the burial ceremony came to an abrupt end. The uplifting music being dished out from the bandstand by gospel act Yinka Ayefele was replaced with serious wailing and lamentations from the shocked guests.

Ambassador Ajayi, a former Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology and later Commissioner for Environment in Ekiti State, also doubles as Nigeria’s representative to Bosnia-Herzegovina and Croatia.

The late Dolapo Ajayi, CPA, was born on 22 May 1991. She was an Assurance Senior Associate at Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Washington DC, U.S.A.

Dolapo’s remains were laid to rest yesterday at the Vaults and Gardens, Lekki, yesterday, with a Church Service, conducted by Daystar Christian Center.

May her gentle soul rest in Peace as we commiserate with her family on her demise.

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