How Onuwaje, alias Academic Father Palama, was interred

Amid strict adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures, such as


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How Onuwaje, alias Academic Father Palama, was interred
Some members of NAS (2nd left is Engr. Mattu Ajurenmisan) during the stop-over

Amid strict adherence to COVID-19 preventive measures, such as compulsory use of face masks, provision of hand saniters, soap and runing water for washing of hands as well as social/physical distancing, the remains of renowned educationist, Late (Mr.) Oretemi Utieyin Onuwaje A.K.A Academic Father Palama, was today, Saturday May 9, interred at his private residence in New World City, Ugbuwangue-Warri, Delta State.

 

      

 

    

 

NAS procession for late Onuwaje 

                                              

Fresh Angle International can report that remains of the departed Oretemi Onuwaje, who was the Proprietor of Supreme College, Ereku, Off Cemetery Road in Warri, was conveyed by his close family relations and select-members of National Association of Seadogs, NAS, A.K.A Pyrates Confraternity, XKRAVOS DECK, from Veenel Hospital Warri, 7am to NAS Anchor Point, GRA, also in Warri, for brief stop-over, before he was interred at his Ugbuwangue residence.

 

The Capoon of NAS XKRAVOS DECK, Louis Dore, who was represented by Engr. Mattu Ajurenmisan and the TBS Chairman (The Cadre of NAS late Oretemi Onuwaje belonged) Mr. Amah Agbajoh, were among prominent members of NAS that paid glowing tributes to the departed educationist, during the brief stop-over, at the NAS Anchor Point, Warri.

 

Engr. Mattu Ajurenmisan, paying tribute

 

Mr. Amah Agbajoh

 

                                                                                                             

The late Oretemi Onuwaje, who passed on at the age of 70 after illness, is survived by his beloved wife, Mrs. Sholero Onuwaje and six children.

 

 

A Cross Section of children & family members of late Onuwaje at NAS Anchor Point

 

 

One of the children of late Mr. Onuwaje (left) during the lying in state at NAS Anchor Point