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Here are the most captivating eulogies for Olanike Disu

Tributes continue to rain on Madam Tax, Mrs. Olanike Disu, who passed on on Monday, September 4, a day after her 54th birthday.

Reported to be battling cancer, the mother of two children who lost her husband in July, is being missed by legions.
Here are some tributes…

Makinde Ademola Stephen Kayode:

If death were to take census of who is next, I will probably think you won’t find space in the next 40 years but alas a day after your birthday Monday 4th September, you bided us final farewell.

I still teased you on Sunday that I had no birthday gift for you but you should go to any Coscharis motors and pick the latest BMW that you should tell them I will pay in future. I said you deserve even more. My pretty Mrs. Olanike Disu, an amiable friend and a trustworthy Aunty. Sleep on the beloved!!!

Whao!!! Your death left me speechless…..with teary eyes I say “bye bye”


Kamil Ademola Lamidi

– The morning after; I refused to accept the reality of your demise!

– The second morning after, I was still in denial!

– The third morning after, activities for your right of passage announced; no denying again!

– In about 90 hours, you will be committed to mother earth; I am bracing myself up!

You led a good life and fought a good fight and I am choosing to celebrate you going forward. No more mourning!

Olanike Remilekun DISU (A sister, friend and professional colleague) … Good night! Sun re ó!! Adieu!!!


Becky Ebanehita Madojemu:

I am sad about this news.

Some years ago, I attended her 40th birthday party in Victoria Island.

It was very grand.

Out of the blue, I even thought of her only yesterday.

Wonder why she floated through my mind…

I met Mrs. Disu through my cousin, Iguehi who worked with her in Federal Inland Revenue Service.

Just called my cousin now to confirm this and she tells me Mrs. Disu lost her husband only recently. Now she’s gone to join him. Haba!

I am weak…


Ifeanyi Benedicta Emioma:

O dear so sad to know d children are now orphans. What a trauma to loss both parents within a short time span. It’s well with d family. Blows of life. Wish u well pretty Lady on your journey home



No one can question the Almighty God. Her husband died weeks before, then, could it be her late husband was lonely up there? Could it be that, there were more to her husband’s death?. Some people says, those that died in their sleep died peacefully but if only you know what such people went through at night in their dreams before succumb to death.



Adeola Major:

God giveth and He taketh

May all of at CITN bear the loss with fortitude. May her gentle soul continue to rest in peace amen


Nike Ajagbe:

I was shocked to my bones yesterday when I heard. Still in shock but can we query God. May God comfort her family



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