... as Bayduk Chairman Says Mother's Left Behind Big Shoes

… Mimiko extols her good virtues

Monday 26th, 2021 make it exactly one year when Chief Mrs Ruth Olowokere, a prominent business tycoon, politician, community leader and Iyalaje Iyaloja General of Nigeria says goodbye to the world.

July 26th, 2020 was a Black Sunday in Akure and Ondo State; a philanthropist and great mentor, Madam Do Good died at the ripe age of 74.

The name Madam Do Good was a brand name that is capable of opening doors of opportunity for her children and associates both within and outside Ondo State.

Her life and times is worthy of emulation. To keep her memory alives, her children organized one year remembrance in honour of a woman of substance and good mother who was ready to give all to the well-being of her children.

The patriarch of the family, Hon Chief G A Adelae Olowokere, the Maiyegun of Igbehinadun Quarters 10 years remembrance was also celebrated by the children and families.

Taking reaction from the invited guests to the one and ten years remembrance anniversary of the patriarch and matriarch of the Olowokeres’, they were decribed as kindhearted people with human meekness.

On his part, the former governor of Ondo State, Dr Olusegun Mimiko described Madam Do Good as a cheerful giver to a fault who sacrificed a lot to promote market women across the length and breadth of the country.

Speaking with the PATH, Mr Bayo Olowokere, Chairman Bayduk Group of Companies, the eldest son of Madam Do Good commended the life well spent by her mother, who he described as a great motivator and influence in his life.

” My Mother was a transparent and honest woman who detest lies. These good virtues are what I emulated from her and has no doubt contributed to my success in life”.

Bayduk said despite the fact that his parents were well to do, her more gave him good parental upbringing that really helped in him in his future endeavour.
He further said, leadership position entails a lot of insults, sacrifice, patience and calculation, adding that his mother left behind a big shoes.

” The big shoes she left behind, nobody up till now has the capacity to fit in, even as her child, I can only try but not as fit as my mother who is a great philanthropist”.

He thanked all the well wishers who graced the dual remembrance of their parents.

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