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Sunday, June 21, 2020

Family of Lagos Socialite Yeye Olushola Benson Lagos PDP Woman Leader Announce Her Death

This is the official announcement of the death of Yeye Olushola Benson-Oladeinbo, J.P., Lagos State PDP Woman Leader.







Olushola was born in 1965 to the late Prince Emmanuel Akinwunmi Benson of the renowned Benson family of Lagos State. She attended Methodist Girls High School, St. Gregory's College, Lagos State University, and the University of Ilorin.


Until her death, Olushola was a lecturer at the Tai Solarin College of Education, Omu-Ijebu, Ogun State, and an astute leader of the Peoples' Democratic Party. Her community development work focused on myriad areas of women empowerment, poverty alleviation, and the education of the girl-child.


Olushola died peacefully in the early hours of Friday, June 19, 2020 after many years of battling cancer. Her sense of duty and loyalty remained unwavering during those particularly difficult times.

She is survived by her siblings, nieces and nephews, children, and aged mother.

23 comments:

  1. Rest in peace Ma..
    Nna eh, this 2020 should just do and go biko

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  2. RIP to her soul




    *Larry was here*

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  3. May her soul rest in peace

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  4. May her soul rest in peace 🙏

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  5. RIP to her soul. my condolence to her family.

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  6. You are now pain free, rest on Mrs Benson.

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  7. May God grant her eternal rest 🙏🏽💔
    Cancer is a beast, I will never wish it even on someone that sees themselves as my worse enemy.

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  8. Rest in peace ma.

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  9. Ah she left an aged mother behind. God please console her family and rest her soul.

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  10. May her soul rest in peace

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  11. May she rest in peace and may her family be comforted. It must be hard for Mama and the children of the deceased to see her die after she has suffered so much but let them celebrate her life of impact and the memories they shared. We are all heading to where she is now. Let us prepare.

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