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Esther Bosede Oyebanji

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Esther Bosede Oyebanji, retired teacher and high chief of Ikogosi-Ekiti, Ekiti State. She was aged 68 years. The late community leader will be buried at her residence, 2, Tunde Oyebanji Lane, Ikogosi-Ekiti, on June 4, after a funeral service at First Baptist Church, Sanctuary of Miracle, Ikogosi-Ekiti. She is survived by many children, including Biodun Oyebanji, commissioner for Integration and Inter Governmental Affairs, Ekiti Sate.

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