OBSEQUIES: Prof Samuel Adepoju Aluko (August 18, 1929 – February 7, 2012)

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OBSEQUIES: Prof Samuel Adepoju Aluko (August 18, 1929 – February 7, 2012)

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Dear All:

The Aluko family brings the advert below to your attention, as a public invitation (and the only invitation) to the obsequies of our beloved-departed Patriarch, Professor Samuel Adepoju Aluko, which 

    1.  begin with an Evening of Songs on Thursday March 1 at Akure;
    2.  continue with a morning-time Commendation Service on Friday March 2, also at Akure; and 
    3.  close with a high-noon Burial Service/Interment on Saturday, March 3 at Ode-Ekiti

with two-hour periods of lying-in-state each on Thursday and Saturday only.

Maps guiding directions to Ode-Ekiti are also published below.

Adverts in national newspapers will appear on Monday, February 27, 2012.

The family intends to send our Patriarch away with dignity yet modesty.  We are hoping and trusting that any and all who wish to attend will have an uplifting spiritual experience.

God bless us all – and the upcoming events.



Prof. Mobolaji E. Aluko
On Behalf of the Aluko Family




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DIRECTIONS
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The following three maps  will guide directions to Ode-Ekiti from Lokoja (from the North), Owo (from the East), Ilesha (from the West) and Akure (from the South).  The roads particularly within Ekiti State in many sections are not the best at this time – kindly bear with us.
Map 2 – Large Scale Map focused on Ode-Ekiti (Point A)  https://www.nigerianmuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Map_01_to_Ode_Ekiti.jpg
Map 3 – Smaller Scale zoomed Map focused on Ode-Ekiti (Point A)  https://www.nigerianmuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Map_02_to_Ode_Ekiti.jpg
On Map 1, Please locate the following towns/path:
                     (1) On the left hand-side of the map, going down:  Itawure, Aramoko
                     (2) In the middle section of the map, going down: Ado, Ikere
                     (3) On the right-hand-side of the map, going down: Ikole, Ijesa-Isu, ODE, Agbado
                     (4) The focal major central path A-O:  Ado – Iluomoba – AIsegba – Agbado – Ode

From Map 3, to get to Ode-Ekiti:
From North: Omuo – Isinbode – Ode  or  slightly better-conditioned-road but longer is Omuo – Ikole – Ijesa-Isu – Ode-Ekiti
From West: Ilesha- Ijebu-Jesa – Itawure Junction – branch to Aramoko – Igede – Ado-Ekiti to Path A-O
                   Path A-O: Ado-Ekiti – Ijan – Iluomoba – Aisegba – Agbado – (branch left and north here to) –  Ode-Ekiti  [roughly 30 miles]
From East:  (Owo) – Oka-Akoko  – Ikare – Irun – Egbe – Ode
From South:  Akure – Itaogbolu –  Iju – Ado-Ekiti to Path A-O
Map 1:  Map of Ekiti State (central section)

Map 2 – Large Scale Map to Ode-Ekiti (Point A) https://www.nigerianmuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Map_01_to_Ode_Ekiti.jpg

 

Map 3 – Small Scale Map to Ode-Ekiti (Point A) https://www.nigerianmuse.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/Map_01_to_Ode_Ekiti.jpg

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One Response to “OBSEQUIES: Prof Samuel Adepoju Aluko (August 18, 1929 – February 7, 2012)”

  1. opeyemi says:

    please i will like directory to a full data based on the first map you used
    thanks alot

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