Burial rites for the remains of late Mrs Felicia Olufunke Ibitoye Nee Alao will commence on Wednesday November 7, 2018, ROYAL NEWS has gathered .
In a statement issued on Friday by the representative of the family, Mr. Peter Olarewaju, “Mrs Felicia Olufunke Ibitoye Nee Alao died in the early hours of September 27, 2018 in the United States of America.
“Before her death Mrs Ibitoye had her nursing education at the prestigious Seventh-Day Adventist School of Nursing, Ile Ife, Osun State and New York,USA respectively. She worked with the Kwara state government Ministry of Health and posted to the state General Hospital Ilorin as a senior Nursing Officer.”
It added that “at the inception of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, the deceased transferred her service to the Teaching Hospital where she rose to the position of Chief Matron before retiring and relocated to the USA to stay close to her immediate family. A place she was staying until her death.
“Her funeral rites will commence with a Christian wake keep by 4pm on November 7, while burial service at SDA church Inisha , Osun state at 10 am.
“Mrs Ibitoye is survived by her husband Mr. Joseph Ibitoye, Children, Grand Children, brothers and sisters. May her soul rest in peace.”
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