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Friday, May 25, 2012

Princewill Arrives and Joins Many Nigerians To Mourn Prince Olayinka Bakre (Baba Crown)


Prince Tonye Princewill and friends arriving the Funeral venue.

Princewill Arrives and Joins Many Nigerians To Mourn Prince Olayinka Bakre (Baba Crown)

Prince Tonye Princewill leader of Princewill Political Associates and a PDP chieftain who arrived Nigeria after two months holiday with his family in his London base joined other Nigerians on 19th May, 2012 to mourn the passing away of Prince Olayinka Bakre (Baba Crown the father of his childhood friend, Prince Robert Bakre an international businessman based in South Africa in Abeokuta the capital of Ogun State, Western Nigeria.


Prince Tonye Princewill exchanging pleasantries with members of Late Pa Olayinka Bakari's family.


Prince Tonye Princewill and a guest at the funeral of late Pa Olayinka Bakare.


Family members of Late Prince Olayinka Bakare, at his funeral service.


Prince Tonye Princewill with a friend at the funeral service of late Pa Olayinka Bakare.

Robert Bakare son of late Pa Olayinka Bakare; at his dads funeral service.

Prince Tonye Princewill who came with a large entourage the includes most of his core Political Associates while condoling his friend, Prince Robert and the family of late Pa Bakre counselled that their father lived an exemplary and fulfilled life and left legacy which should be a challenge to all his children and those of us who have come across him. “I actually did not come to mourn but to celebrate a legend whose life is a challenge to those who has come across him. He has played his part and ensured that both his children and grandchildren are all better citizens of Nigeria. I prayed God to grant us all the fortitude to bear the irreparable lose while we do our best to live his legacy. I am here as the Prince of the Kalabari Kingdom to console and bear the pains of my brothers and sisters in the western part of our country for this great loss”.


~ By Chief Eze C Eze, Media Consultant to Prince Tonye Princewill.




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