VALENTINE DAY SPECIAL: MAKOKO community celebrate with THE OKUSANYA family, owners of MIC Funeral Services Ltd - Paul Ukpabio's Blog

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Friday, 17 February 2017

VALENTINE DAY SPECIAL: MAKOKO community celebrate with THE OKUSANYA family, owners of MIC Funeral Services Ltd

...as widow honours memory of late husband and Founder Tunji Okusanya.

Left to Right: The Baale at Apollo, Makoko,Alhaji Ibrahim Aladetan, Pastor Adebola Okusanya of MIC Funeral Services and Communications Consultant,Olawale Obadeyi

For the people of downtown Makoko in Lagos Mainland, the Valentine Day celebration on Tuesday brought happiness, joy and a big party! That is because, that day, the people of Makoko felt loved and also received physical love and warmth from humanity, as the Management and Staff of MIC Funeral Services, a Lagos based Funeral Services Company, hosted a Valentine Day party for the community.

The venue was the open space outside the Baale’s office and home. The Baale, Alhaji Ibrahim Aladetan, the Baale at Apollo, Makoko had earlier called out his people, and they came out en masse. The event witnessed a large turnout of Makoko’s residence who praised the organization’s humanitarian gesture towards them during this period of economic recession in the country.

Most of the school pupils, who returned from school to witness the event, joined the party which took off at noon. Food was in abundance and so were gifts such as mosquito nets and daily breakfast needs. These were well packaged for each individual. 

Also, the organization brought with them, professional medical team who came along with medical items to give the community, free medical check up and treatment, for some ‘common sicknesses and ailments.’ 

The Baale praised the philanthropic effort of the organization for coming out to show love for their fellow country people in this period of economic recession in the country. He also rained prayers of blessing for the leader of the organization Pastor Mrs Tunji Okusanya.

In her response, Mrs Okusanya, the Managing Director of MIC Funeral Services said the gesture is a fulfilment of what her late husband Tunji Okusanya stood for. She said he was a philanthropist who funded many humanitarian efforts. That the organization will continue to do corporate social service to the society, in remembrance of the organization’s founder.

It will be re-called that Mr Tunji Okusanya and his son were involved in a fatal  plane crash few years ago.








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