Okemesi: Pa Michael Atoje Adeyeye For Burial August 19


  • By Demola Atobaba, Ado-Ekiti

All road leads to Okemesi-Ekiti in Ekiti West Local Government Areas of Ekiti state as the family of late Pa Michael Atoje Adeyeye sets to give their beloved one a befitting final funeral.

Born in the year 1943, Pa Michael Atoje Adeyeye started his primary education career at Saints Peter Catholic Primary School, Okemesi-Ekiti to the family of Adeyeye.


He went to Ede in Osun State where he learned how to trade under the late Daramola Joseph. In 1958, Pa Atoje Adeyeye came back to Okemesi where he was trained the way to make Jakan weaving under the late Mr Bamigbade Gbadebo tutulage.

He got married to his beautiful wife, Mrs Hannah Atoje-Adeyeye Nee Olaoye in 1970 and late relocated to Lagos in 1976 where he changed his Jakan weaving profession to a full fashion designing outfits and thereby turned things around by changing the face of fashion designing industry years back in Lagos.

Pa Michael Atoje Adeyeye is blessed with glorious and Godly children and grandchildren and they are doing wonderfully well in their choosen careers to the glory of God.

He was finally called to be with his Maker (God) on the 6th of June, 2023.

Apart from been a professional fashion designer, he was an administrator and industrious businessman who impacted into many lives around him.

According to the funeral obsequies made available to TopNewsng by the spokesperson of the family, Comrade Ayotunde Atoje-Adeyeye, stated that on Friday 18th of August 2023, the Wake keep and service of songs will hold at his residence, No147, Atoje’s compound, Ijana street, Okemesi-Ekiti by 5:00pm. While Church program and thanksgiving service will come up same venue in Okemesi-Ekiti at 10:00am. Reception and entertainment of guests will be followed immediately at African Primary School open field, along Itawure road, Okemesi-Ekiti.

He was a committed christian and diligent community leader during his life time especially in Ekiti and Lagos state respectively.

“There is no doubt that the entire members of Adeyeye dynasty of Ijana street, all friends and loved ones shall miss you dearly Daddy. Continue to rest on till the resurrection day that we meet and part no more”.

Good night dear Daddy!

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