For the remainder of this week, the remaining body of a Nigerian born South Africa businessman that was assassinated will be descended in Sagamu on his land along High Court road before the abattoir river at Agbele, as the program will officially commence at 10am.
Mr Olushola Sholarin was said to have been attacked in his shop on 12th of December, 2021, Sunday evening.
Late Olushola Sholarin, from Sagamu Makun, Ogun State, was shot to death by yet-to-be-identified robbers in Pretoria, South Africa.
EaglesForeSight had earlier gathered that the deceased was the husband of Mrs Doris Ikeri-Solarin, who was recently elected as the Vice President of the Nigerian Union South Africa (NUSA).
The funeral of the Nigerian born South Africa’s Businessman, Olushola Sholarin will take place at his homeland in Sagamu on Thursday, 30th of December 2021.
Late Olushola played a vital role in the resistance Stagainst political apathy in Nigeria. He was a stakeholder in the Sagamu African Action Congress AAC political party until his demise.
The God Apostolic Church (GAC) Bishop will officiate late Olushola Sholarin’s funeral service.
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While more said; they would want to be in attendance on Thursday, the family encouraged people to adhere to Covid-19 protocols and be with facemask and other Covid-19 safety guides. The funeral procession program shall be shown via live stream so that those who will be unavailable would be able to watch keenly from afar.
Those who wish to pay respect to the late Olushola while he lies in state through written tributes; may also do so today under comment session of this news as it will be counted and recorded.
“I hope also that the image of our dear brother in our heart and memories will be a reminder to his lovers, to reminds us of the great challenges he has overcome, of a great person who helped us to overcome some challenges as a friend, every one of us can also make a positive difference in the world,” Prince Lahbash said.
He was said to have been attacked in his shop on an unfortunate Sunday evening in South Africa at his shop.
“Olushola, who was ambushed in his shop, did not struggle with the armed robbers. But after robbing him, they asked him to follow them and shot him dead,” a source told Eaglesforesight.