I will miss you dearly

Johnson Akpan
In Loving Memory of Bunmi Owoso: We spent hours and hours together, sometimes daily. He was visibly enthused to be at Ilesha in 1972. I was not sure what it was that gave him so much joy at the time. Perhaps it was the fact that he had just put a University degree in his

By Bunmi Makinwa
Dr Olubunmi Owoso personifies all you could ask for in a brother in-law. I had the pleasure of knowing him for over three decades. During this period, I found him to be a loving husband to my late sister, a devoted father, grandfather, and a distinguished gentleman. You touched so many lives with your kindness,

Where do I start? Dr Owoso (or “Bros Bunmi” as he was fondly called) was not just my brother-in-law but also a big brother to my siblings and I. He was a loving and caring husband to my late sister, extraordinary father to his children and treated our late father Pa Abiona as his own

Mrs Tokunbo Ajiboye
The sudden and sad demise of Dr. Olubunmi Owoso, has robbed the ancient town of Ijebu-Jesa of one of its most illustrious sons. We were proud of the fact that he never lost touch with his roots despite his constant engagements in the academic and administrative world where he, among others, rose to the position

Engineer Gbenga Abudiore, Global President, Ijebu Jesa Unions' Conference (IJUC)
The day my wife Olamide Agbola formally introduced me to her brother, popularly called ‘Buoda Mi’, was amongst one of the happiest days in my life.  I got more than I bargained for.  He received me very warmly as if we had known ourselves for decades.  Within me, I was full of joy in that

Engr Bola Agbola

Dr Owoso was a man of few words; devoted to religion and work.  We thank the Almighty for his selflessness and excellent long service to CAPA and TVET.  My condolences to the family, friends and the people of Nigeria.  May God grant them solace in this

Jahou Samba Faal, CAPA Secretariat

Dear Dad, it is with a heavy heart that I pen down this, to me I have not only lost My Friend & Friend to my father, but I have also lost a Father

David Owuor Akumu, Son to C.T Akumu Owuor (former CAPA Chair/Secretary)

I worked with him as a Local Organising Chair for Malawi’s 2016 conference and he was a mentor and some who made the meeting to be successful despite the challenges that were there he was a man who could not easily give up even if things seemed too

Freeman Kalilani, Salima Technical College

Dr. Owoso was as great as he was humble. He had a clear vision of where he wanted CAPA and TVET to go. I was privileged to interact with him when we wrote the 2018-23 CAPA strategic plan. The idea of ATUPA came around that time at Qaribu Hotel in Nairobi,

Charles Chivatsi, Ngong TVC

Your patience, humility, servanthood and professionalism has left and indelible mark on the heart of TEVET in Zambia. Go well champion of

Joseph Mutelo, Country Representative (ZAMBIA) DIRECTOR Zambia Institute of Management

Dr Owoso, gone too soon. You were a father, an uncle, a brother and a friend to everyone.  Africa has lost an icon of great talent. Your foot prints of a very humble and gentle person will ever remain in our hearts. You did your best raising the CAPA

Suzgika Mvalo, Lilongwe Technical College, MALAWI

I’ve never worked with a finer gentleman than you, Bunmi. You made me wish I could stay at CAPA forever. You were/are a builder. Diplomatic, Charismatic, Humble. Rest in Peace,

Prof. Abdulai Salifu Asuro, Former Chair of CAPA

Dr Olubunmi OWOSO, a brother and friend, I vividly remember our Journey  of over two decades has been brought into a halt in a jiffy. How can I remember now of this trustworthy man who was full of life, charming, always smiling, adequate, eloquent,

Dr. Jacob Agboola, Former, West African Regional Administration Representative, CAPA

Dr. Owoso was a man of noble qualities. We all learned many things from him. He will be remembered

Victor Mulenga, Northern Technical College, Ndola, Zambia

A humble man who called me ^my Director and I called him my SG. DEATH is cruel but it is good to be remembered  by Soo

Bashir H mursal, Former Director TVET Kenya

A pride of Africa, a genius, astute administrator, charismatic leader, full of intellect, innovator, molder of achievers, pacesetter, my mentor, father of technical education, Dr. Olubunmi Owoso, rest in the bosom of our dear Lord Jesus

Adekunle Adams, Yaba College of Technology

A pillar of strength we have lost. I personally will continue with your legacy of hard

Conceptor N.Bamusi Kachoka, TEVETA Malawi

By the time I met

By the time I met with Dr. Owoso on a different path, neither of us ever remembered that we both attended Egbado College. Indeed, we were there together in 1967 &1968. He was in HSC class while I was in classes 2 & 3. Between 2012 & 2017, our relationship was that of secretary-general/Rector @

Dr. Augustus Oluyemi Oke


TRIBUTE TO A SERVANT-LEADER And they do not know what tomorrow is! What are our lives except a vapour that appears for a little while and vanishes and passes away? Our own father and brother, Dr. Olubunmi Owoso was indeed a great man! He was a rare gem, an influential man, a benefactor to many.

Very Rev. & Rev. Dr Felix Abiodun Ogunbisi.

Life is indeed a stage. Dr. Owoso has played his part and has now exited. Africa has lost an illustrious son. CAPA has lost a gem. May His gentle soul rest in perfect

Rev. Prof. Daniel A. Nyarko, Former Vice Chairman CAPA Western Region, Nduom School of Business and Technology, Elmina, Ghana

Was such a fine man, may he rest in peace as his works remains

Dr. John Abuto, Ugenya TVC Kenya

I have never seen humility in a person as decreed by the departed. His zeal, dedication and commitment to TVET is unmatched and above bar. We register a big blow to the CAPA fraternity. Nonetheless, I pray that his family finds peace in their

Daniel Mwaringa, Technical University of Mombasa

Dr. Owoso was a leader who believed in Africa’s TVET students and their potential to be job creators. We salute you, and may your legacy live on. Rest in eternal

Erastus Mong'are. HSC, StartUpAfrica



Rip,My great Uncle,you’re a more than a professor,no doubts,no apology,with your experience and length of teaching skill,sun re ooo,Omo Onijebu egboro

Prince Bola Ojudayi

Daddy Owoso was a FATHER

Daddy Owoso was a FATHER figure to our family and a close counsel to my mother, Pastor Mrs. Ariyibi. I met him when I married into the family and since then have admired his care, pleasantness, wisdom, and zeal for the work of God. He is always there contributing to the FGC SOP family. He

Mrs. Bukola Ariyibi (wife to Opeyemi Ariyibi)

You were never too busy

You were never too busy to pick up a call, reply an sms, offer advice and sneak in a word of prayer… You were loved by many because you cared and showed God’s love. I’m glad to say I experienced this days before your passing. Memories of you are indeed blessed, you were a blessing

Opeyemi Ariyibi


Dr Olubunmi Owoso: Love personified. Daddy you will not be forgotten in a while. Thank you for all you did for the Lokos. Good

Busola Loko

Dr. Bunmi Owoso was the reason I became a YCT graduate. Thank you Sir for all you have done. May almighty God rest your beautiful

David Komolafe
You came to serve as directed by your maker. You did your best as far as human strength could go. You left indelible marks in the hearts of those who knew you by chance. You left no one in doubt of your capacity to fulfill promises. You did come to bid us farewell by your

Albert Osunmakinde
Daddy as I fondly call you. It was so shocking when my Bro told me you were no more. I googled immediately & confirmed it to be true as I doubted initially. I am heart broken that I didn’t get the chance to see you after I left Nigeria for Canada 8yrs ago. However, my

Nathaniel Duru

Daddy, May your soul continue

Daddy, May your soul continue to rest in peace. U gave me hope, U are always there for me, U paid the bills, U counsel me all the time. I am just a boy you redefined. I can never forget you Daddy. It’s very painful but God knows why. Rest in peace. From Ajao Afeez

Ajao Afeez

Daddy… i can never ever

Daddy… i can never ever forget how you resurrected my dashed hope when my name didn’t appear on the 2001/2002 Yabatech Accounting 1st and 2nd lists. Amidst tight security at the Administration block, I summoned up courage, and with the help of your family friend’s daughter, Omolara Akinleye, I was opportuned to meet you one-on-one.

Funmi Oni

Daddy beloved, you were indeed

Daddy beloved, you were indeed a gracious man…You made everyone feel warm and loved around you. We will not only celebrate you today but everytime our heart brings a memory of you. Rest well in the bossom of our Lord Jesus christ Christ

Dr. Olamide Adewale

I met Daddy through his

I met Daddy through his son Taiwo at a time when I had no where to stay. Daddy did not know me from Adam, did not know my parents, did not know where I was from but housed me for a year that I spent in Nigeria. Fed me, transported me when I needed it.

Babafemi Smith

“A good name is better

“A good name is better than precious ointment; and the day of death than the day of one’s birth”. Eccl 7: 1 Words have never been more true for a man with a good name, who impacted lives with your calm mien, your steadfastness in all things good. We are consoled by the words of

S.O. Olawuyi Family

Dr. Owoso your passage to

Dr. Owoso your passage to eternity is a tragic loss to us your family, Ijebu-Jesa and the nation as a whole. Your work on earth said it all. May your Soul Rest in Perfect


We came to know Dr.

We came to know Dr. Owoso through his daughter who was a classmate of our daughter at University of Lagos in the Faculty of Law. His call to glory was least expected when it happened. Who are we mortals to question God as issues of death belongs unto Him? Also we know that “Precious in

Rev & Dr. Mrs. Dapo Longe

We arrived in Yabatech almost

We arrived in Yabatech almost at the same time, but he on a senior level. He was my first boss, as Head of my Department and he remained my boss at various levels till he left. I will never forget a reference he gave about me to visiting lecturers from the UK. He told them

Dr Sola Oluwajoba

What a great loss!.I met

What a great loss!. I met Uncle Bunmi in Kaduna some light years ago when I went for my Youth Service.He was very instrumental to my being offered a job at the Kaduna Polytechnic as a youth corper. He was very dynamic gentle,easy going and approachable.It was always such a pleasure meeting him at family

Dupe Brisibe
I MISSED A FRIEND, A BROTHER & A CONFIDANT ! These relationships were established in Kadpoly as staff (1977), later traced to early 60s when I discovered that even my primary education was in Bunmi’s home town, IJEBU-JESHA. He was a friend both in need & indeed. A very reliable confidant I never had any

Mr Bankole (Kaduna Polytechnic)

You were an amazing uncle

You were an amazing uncle with a golden heart. We will miss you terribly and all our memories of you will never be forgotten. Rest on sir and may the Lord comfort aunty and the children. Amen

Dupe Kuponiyi Adedeji


TRIBUTE TO MY ADMIRABLE MENTOR,ADVISER AND ADMINISTRATOR PER EXCELLENCE – DR OLUBUNMI FELIX OWOSO. My family and I are deeply saddened by the sudden passing to glory of our very beloved daddy Olubunmi Felix Owoso on Saturday 28th June,2020 after a brief illness.This loss without doubt is painful but in every situation we give thanks

Frank Biotidara

You did your best while

You did your best while here. You served your God and humanity. Your reward is eternal life in Jesus.

Peluola Akindele

Dr. Olubunmi Owoso. You were

Dr. Olubunmi Owoso. You were a sincere friend a true brother a loving husband to my friend an upright man of God a dedicated teacher an astute scholar a blunt but real adviser a dedicated father, an ever ready give an illustrious son of Nigeria a great pride to All. Olubunmi you were highly respected

Olabisi Akinlua

Your was a life worth

Yours was a life worth emulating. You had a goal for your life and you did everything to achieve that goal. You arrived Yaba College of Technology as “ordinary” lecturer and you left as CEO, after you have been Head of Department, Director (now Dean) of School, Deputy Rector (Academics) and Rector. You lived a

Oluwole Akinjayeju

Daddy was a Great Man

Daddy was a Great Man and will continue to be in our heart. He assisted me to gain admission to HND Accounting in 2007 (when all hope was lost) without knowing me and so did he give a lot of students admission then without knowing them. My parent and I will forever remember him and

Oparinde Saheed Abiodun

Dr Olubunmi Felix Owoso, was

Dr Olubunmi Felix Owoso, was a man of many parts to different people. He was a great leader, administrator and orator per excellence, an intelligent man, humble, kind hearted, disciplinarian, philanthropist, neat, silent achiever and above all a godly man . We will indeed miss a great man and we pray that the good Lord


The Great Orator makes a

The Great Orator makes a glorious exit. You left indelible marks in the sand of time. Continue to rest in the breast of the Lord.

Oluwole Akinjayeju

Daddy Yaba as we foundly

Daddy Yaba as we fondly called you, you are a man with such a big heart, your love and mentorship to us all can not be forgotten. sleep well in heart of your Lord, and the Lord will bless give the family to bear the irreparable

Oladoyin Kuponiyi

His gentle approach to matters

His gentle approach to matters and charistimatic leadership and the likeness I have for him during and after his tenure as the Rector of Yaba College of Technology made me to name my son FELIX in memory of him. May his soul rest in

David Uche

Dr. Felix Olubunmi Owoso was

Dr. Felix Olubunmi Owoso was an epitome of selfless ambition, a devoted public servant and an exemplary leader. I never knew him from Adam as an Igbo man I am; but he employed me in Yaba College of Technology during his tenure in the office. During his tenure as a Rector of Yaba College of

David Uche

I have heard so much

I have heard so much of him, a man with such a big heart for everyone, his love and mentorship to all. I never met him, though I was looking forward to meeting him last year for his 70th birthday, which never happened. However may he sleep in the Lord and may God console all

Ibironke Banjoko-Olukoga


MY RECTOR DR. F. OLUBUNMI OWOSO,. We ended up as brother and sister. Rest in perfect peace. May the Lord comfort your wife, children and all connected to

Mrs F F Taiwo

This heartfelt tribute is on

This heartfelt tribute is on behalf of the family of my late father Barrister Lashe Abimbola LLB, (1932 – 1980), who had a very close relationship with his nephew Uncle Owoso. I vividly remember Uncle Owoso playing a major role when my father passed. Uncle Owoso stood out simply and humbly, steadfast with his support

Bola Abimbola MBA MBPsS CTRC

May the soul of our

May the soul of our erudite scholar, former Rector, mentor and friend, Dr Felix Olubunmi Owoso rest in perfect peace. May light perpetual shine upon him and may Holy spirit comfort his widow, children, grandchildren and the entire family in Jesus name. Amen. Adieu

Bola Dada


TRIBUTE TO DR OLUBUNMI OWOSO. Dr Olubunmi Owoso was a great man. He had a gift that many people do not have and that is” building relationships”. I call it a gift because many people do not find it easy to build a good relationship either in marriage, at community levels, Church level and even

David Oluwatominiyi


TRIBUTE TO DR FELIX OLUBUNMI OWOSO Dr Felix Olubunmi Owoso which I fondly called bros was a very caring, very calm, warm and quite understanding personality. He was always ready and willing to render assistance at even a very short notice. During his life time he had assisted in providing admission, employment and Support in

Olugbemiga ABUDIORE

You are like a river

You are like a river that runs deep, quiet, following its course. Like a butterfly, colourful, all seeing but noiseless. Fluttering from one plant to another, so you were in the lives that you touched. Deliberately impactful. You brightened, you glowed, you followed your course. Welcoming, simple, quietly exuding brilliance, few words delivered like an

Lanre Immanuel

Uncle Bunmi has always been

Uncle Bunmi has always been there for us. From the early days in Kaduna to my formative years living with him at YabaTech. Uncle Bunmi also stood in for my Dad at the Baptism and naming of my kids. He made everyone in the family feel special. A rare breed. We will miss him

Biyi Kuponiyi

SLEEP ON, “BRODA MI”“Broda mi”.

SLEEP ON, “BRODA MI” “Broda mi”. Even though I was not legally one of the “Broda mi” clan, he officially and expressly inducted me into the clan. Soft spoken. He loved peace and endeavoured to make peace. He was very humble and did not have airs about apologising. An arbitrator. Always willing to assist. He

Olufunke Abidemi Adenusi (Ogundare)

Tribute to Dr. Olubunmi Felix

Tribute to Dr. Olubunmi Felix Olukayode Owoso Dr Olubunmi Owoso was my Rector when I came into Yabatech and I dare say that he is still one of the best administrators I have encountered. He was an administrator per excellence. He was a lover of peace even though many people misunderstood him. You never know

The Rev. Dr. Mercy Adenike Ogunbisi

My Dearest First Cousin( However

My Dearest First Cousin( However referred to as Uncle Bunmi by us all) Are you really gone?? A part of me is in denial as legends don’t depart. Surely, you will live forever in our hearts. You came, you saw, and you conquered. Once again, the family tree is broken, will there ever be a

Olubukola Ifaturoti


SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO A GENIUS / PATRIOT AND ACCOMPLISHER .   It was with heavy hearts that we received the sad news of the demise of our brother, uncle and the worthy son of Egboro land, Dr. Olubunmi Felix Owoso, which occurred  early on Sunday morning , 28th June, 2020, after a brief illness. A


The last time I spoke

The last time I spoke with Dr. O. Owoso, and his wife, was in the first week of June concerning my request for him to be one of my professional references. He graciously made some valuable edits to the supporting document I had sent for review. I expressed my gratitude for his willingness to be

Dr. Nkem Azike

We learnt with deep regret

We learnt with deep regret the demise of our dear brother, Dr. Olubunmi Owoso. What a painful exit ! It’s heartbreaking to now refer to him in the past tense. He was a very cheerful person, full of life and ever so kind. A perfect gentleman, loving husband and dutiful father, he was a Christian

The Falolas

Eternal and continued Rest Oh

Eternal and continued Rest Oh Lord grant our Brother until the resurrection day when we shall all wake up and it would be like yesterday that we have last met. It would definitely take sometime for this to sink that truly we shall have to wait until then to see you again. Good night dear

Tunde Dare
TRIBUTE   ” There are some who bring a light so great to the world that even _after they have gone , the light remains”-Unknown The unknown author of the above quote never knew our dear senior at college, Felix Olubunmi Owoso, however the soundbite aptly described the life of our beloved Senior Owoso, who

Mr Deji Adeyemi .Egbado College 69/73 set

My dearest first cousin (

My dearest first cousin ( who truly earned the title) “Uncle” Bunmi, There are many paths and roads that life took you through. You gracefully crossed each hurdle. Many oceans that you crossed on your quest for success, and you took each one ever so humbly and gracefully. You truly valued the word “family” and

Dr. Bolaji Ogundare
TRIBUTE TO LATE DR OLUBUNMI OWOSO BY CHAIRMAN COHEADS , NIGERIA Late Dr. Olubunmi Owoso, Rector YabaTech 2001-2009 and Secretary General, CAPA( Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa) 2012-2018 was a mentor and father- figure to all Nigerian Rectors at the time of his heavenly transition about a week ago. In retirement he worked behind

DR. Sadiq Yahya Chairman, COHEADS, Nigeria
TRIBUTE TO DR. OLUBUNMI OWOSO It was a Sunday evening, around 8.37pm, on 28th of June when I received a call from my younger brother, who has already called me several times on that day as usual that Dr. Olubunmi Owoso has passed on. This is one of the worst news I’ve ever received lately,

Wole Soleye Esq
On behalf of Hon. Isaac I.N. Shaahu and the entire Shaahu family, we hereby convey our deep sorrow over the loss of Dr. Olubunmi Felix Olukayode Owoso. This is a great loss not only to the Owoso family, but to all of us and many others he touched in a special way. However, be consoled

Alex CID Shaahu   for: Hon. Isaac I. N. Shaahu

Doctor Olubunmi Owoso, Your death

Doctor Olubunmi Owoso, Your death came to us by surprise, you’re such a good, caring, loving, and understanding daddy. You’re also such an honest disciplinarian, which you don’t spare your children when it comes to discipline. E ki gbe ebi fun alare. I will forever miss your fatherly advise, giving ministry and counseling. Rest on

Hungbeme Anuoluwapo Mautin & the Family

We mourn the exit of

We mourn the exit of a rare gem, a brilliant mind and a source of inspiration who impacted many lives. You were a strong pillar and a rallying point, may your kind and gentle soul rest in perfect peace. I pray that God grant the entire family the fortitude to bear the irreparable

Tunde Agbontafara
A TRIBUTE TO A GOD LOVING GENTLEMAN; DR OLUBUNMI OWOSO Olubunmi, in course of my first meeting with you about 10 years ago, I recalled the story of the Greek philosopher Digonese of Sinope, who was said to have held a lantern in the faces of men mid-afternoon in Athens claiming he was searching for

Oby & Dozie Irrechukwu and family.


BUODA MI….. DADDY YABA, DADDY RECTOR, BAAMI, these and many other appellations, we call you, its quite sad, painful and devastating that you are gone. You lived and spent your life in service to God and humanity to make life worth living for others. You will be sorely missed by all of us. Omo Eki

Abudiore Grace

I have known Daddy Owoso

I have known Daddy Owoso since I was a teenager, what I loved most about him was his humility and good parenting skills, he brought up his children in the way of the Lord, also in Church he was a mentor to many youths and teenagers, he pushed us all to strive for greatness, he

Udochukwu Umoebit
TRIBUTE TO OUR DEAR FATHER, BROTHER, FRIEND, MENTOR AND BOSS. The news of the demise of an Icon, Dr Olubunmi Olukayode Owoso from this ephemeral world on 28th June, 2020 shook us like a ‘ tsunami’ which none of us envisaged. An astute Administrator, erudite scholar and God’s servant. Many of us are yet to


News of your death came

News of your death came as a shock. We cannot question God but can only pray that your soul finds rest in His bosom. Rest In Peace

Ijeoma Ugorji
Uncle Bunmi was more than an uncle to me and a great number of us in the family circle. There is no member of the family that he has not come to his/her aid at some point in time. He was a very likeable person. He received favors and he gave favors to many, both

Ade Oluwatominiyi
TRIBUTE TO A BOSS AND A FRIEND by Dr. Mrs. C. O. Akindele   This World is not our own…we are just passing through – how very true this saying is. If only we can always remember this. Dr. Olubunmi Owoso believed this. He came and he conquered. His achievements not only showed this….his rapport

TRIBUTE TO A BELOVED FRIEND   It was not only shocking but unbelievable when I heard it whispered to me on that Sunday, 28th of June 2020! “No”, I said. “It cannot be”. I picked up my phone and called and it was confirmed that it was true. Ah! A loving and caring friend had

Mrs. Yemi Pikuda
TRIBUTE TO MY ADMIRABLE MENTOR, ADVISER AND ADMINISTRATOR PER EXCELLENCE – DR OLUBUNMI FELIX OWOSO. My family and I are deeply saddened by the sudden passing to glory of our very beloved daddy Olubunmi Felix Owoso on Sunday 28th June, 2020 after a brief illness. This loss without doubt is painful but in every situation we

Deacon Frank Olusesan and Bola Majiyagbe Biotidara.
Brother Bunmi, it’s painful you left so soon, but it’s eye opener to the word of God that says “I must work the work of Him that called me while it’s day because night cometh when no man can work”. Glory be to God for the time spent on earth, which was a serviceable time

Mrs Joke Falaye ( Mrs Lamide Agbola’s Friend )
DR OLUBUNMI OWOSO –  Thank God for a life well spent in the service of God and humanity.  The Dr. OWOSO we got to know about two decades ago was an easy going gentleman that knew what he wanted out of any situation/person and pursued such until he achieved his goal. He was a very

 Sola Jacobs, Bunmi Ilawole and Nike Isijola
Dr.Olubunmi Owoso, the man i fondly referred to as my ‘Oga at the top’ was a mentor and role model per excellence. He was many things to many people, but to me he was a talent hunter, goal getter, wonderful administrator, kind and perfectionist. Above all he was an Omoluabi. Adieu till we meet to

Dr. A. Mobolaji Olaseni. (Former Deputy Rector Academics YCT)
TRIBUTE TO LATE OLUBUNMI OWOSO FORMER RECTOR YABA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY YABA LAGOS. I was speechless when the news of the demise of the late Rector Olubunmi Owoso was broken to me through one of his closest Associates and brother Dr Toriola coker because it was so sudden without prior awareness about nursing any ailment.

Aare Lekan owolabi. OWOCHEM Global ENT.
One of the best boss i’ve had so far is Dr Olubunmi Felix Owoso. Not only did he teach me about administration he allowed me to learn from my mistakes to become better on the job. He helped me grow and develop in my personal, professional and academic endeavors and supported me in deciding what

Tribute for my Namesake I really can’t express in words how shocked and saddened I was when I heard the news . The only thing that gave me comfort was that you had passed on to more glorious things than we could ever see or imagine on this earth. Whilst I got to know you

Your Namesake Bunmi Tandoh (nee Adebayo)

Omo Ijebu egboro, omo awure

Omo Ijebu egboro, omo awure fase banu…., omo eki lade owo, omo eki lajagun……,sun re oooo. Daddy I will miss you for

Oluwagbemiga Owoso

You did not bid us

You did not bid us farewell. You were strong and healthy. What went wrong what happened? How can we explain it? It is painful, very painful that you had to leave us so suddenly on this side of eternity. Nevertheless there is one thought that cheers me and makes my heart glad; you won’t have

Michael Itegboje
Dr Owosho has joined the saints! Such a humble and cheerful neighbor! My last memory of him was when I saw him and he mentioned his wife had travelled and I promised to pay them a visit upon her return but sadly I never did. It was our esteem pleasure to know you great Sir!

From Capt & Mrs Agaba
Tribute to ‘Brother Mi: Brother mi, I find it extremely difficult to understand what happened but I know, according to the scripture, I will understand by and by. Brought up together by our grandparents in Osogbo, I grew up to know you as my only brother, hence I personalized you as ‘Brother mi’, adopted by

OLUWABUNMI My brother from a different mother. It’s hard to explain with words what a special person you were. A special person to laugh with me and help me find my way. A special person who listened when I didn’t know what to do. A special person who gave advice and helped me make it

Olabisi Akinlua
Dr Olubunmi Owoso – My Boss The great orator of Yaba college of Technology- you wonder- orator? That is the man Dr Bunmi Owoso – man of many parts- who takes any assignment seriously and executes rationally and responsibly to the admiration of all. Dr Bunmi Owoso became my boss directly in 1987 after the

Idiat Amusu
TRIBUTE TO BODA BUNMI OWOSO Boda Bunmi you were a rare senior brother and friend You gave me opportunity as your junior brother without conditions You were free with me and advised me on cordial relationship with my siblings. You were excited about the progress I made. I am deeply pained by the loss of

Arc & Dr (Mrs )AJUMOBI
TRIBUTE TO MY RECTOR: My brother as I call you, the news of your demise came as a rude shock. I reached out to your wife on June 24th to invite both of you to my Zoom 70th Birthday. Unknown that you were sick I requested her to tell you I want to feel you

Mrs. Francisca Fehintola (FF) Taiwo
O that the Lord will teach us to number our days that we may apply our hearts to wisdom. One wonders why treasured persons go so soon. Dr Olubunmi Owoso was first a brother, a friend and ended up being my boss To think that so soon, we would miss your eloquence, your dedication and

Ibukun Odusote
We are greatly  saddened  to  receive  the news of the demise of our family friend for over 45 years. Dr Olubunmi  Owoso  was a reliable colleague, a committed academic and administrator.  His wise counsel will be greatly missed. May the Lord comfort and console his family. May our Merciful  Father continue to strengthen his family

Prof SCO Ugbolue and Family.
“Uncle Bunmi “ as  we fondly called him will be remembered for his kindness great humility, love for God and everyone who knew him.  Uncle Bunmi was a pillar of strength for me and my family when I lost my husband. I can never forget him. He will forever remain in our hearts. May God

Mrs Jean Avril-Mae Adegbile, Kaduna, Nigeria  For the family of Dr. Philip Olumuyiwa Adegbile.(Rector, Yaba College of Technology 1988- 1993).

As an in law to my Uncle,

As an in law to my Uncle, Engr. Bola Agbola, I knew Dr. Owoso on the family front; As co-members of Egboro Klub of Ijebu-Jesa, I knew Dr. Owoso on the social/humanitarian front and as a journalist who handled media engagements for his administration as Rector of Yaba College of Technology, I knew Dr. Owoso

Lanre Arogundade

There exists a gap between

There exists a gap between birth and death. What matters in eternity is what we choose to fill in the dash/gap in between birth and death. All honour and glory to HIS HOLY NAME that my brother Dr. Olubunmi Owoso filled his gap with memories and legacies worthy of emulation, especially, by the people he

Omodele Aluko

It feels strange to be

It feels strange to be writing about Mr. Owoso in the past tense. When I was younger. I spent so much time at the Owosos’ and Mr. Owoso accepted me as a part of his family. He was a very generous man, and so put together. We called him Brother B as a sign of

Tolulope Itegboje

A Farewell to my Primary

A Farewell to my Primary School Classmate – Dr. Olubunmi Owoso Your death came as a rude shock to me. There is lot to say about you and I could write a whole book about you, but space and time will not permit me, so I have no choice than to be brief. We met

Prof. Mrs. Adenike Osofisan

Dr Olubunmi Owoso was my

Dr Olubunmi Owoso was my boss for a period of 7 years having served as a member of his extended management team. He was also a personal friend and a Christian brother. He loved his job and did it with excellence anything short of that was unacceptable to him. Despite that, he was humane. I

Dr Ajibike Itegboje

On reading the announcement of the passage of Dr. Bunmi Owoso

On reading the announcement of the passage of Dr. Bunmi Owoso, I really felt devastated. Not quite a week ago going through my archives I stumbled on pictures taken about ten years ago when I invited him as a guest speaker at the official inauguration of a motivational series for secondary school students tagged; ”

Mrs. Rewane

Oh, what a sad news

Oh, what a sad news, what a shock, what a pain to read this! COVID-19, the murder of George Floyd and the consequent upheavals have kept me so busy and away from this platform. Indeed I have just taken a break to answer a phone call and to my shock a message popped up on

Mr. Francis Achike

Dr. Owoso, visionary and decisive leader

Dr. Owoso, visionary and decisive leader, friend, and inspirational son of Africa, StartUpAfrica ( celebrates your life for believing and standing with the African TVET students. Because of you, the Talent Innovation Competition for TVET students was inaugurated last year during CAPA Conference in Kigali. That seed you planted will live on, and the legacy

Erastus Mong'are

We thank God for the life and times of Dr. Olubunmi Owoso.

We thank God for the life and times of Dr. Olubunmi Owoso. He is a Father who cared for all. He an exemplary life of yieldedness to God in all things, he loved, feared and served God. As if he knew that his journey here will soon end, lately he did things as if he

Pastor (Mrs) Gladys Adenike Ariyibi (TSOP)

We are privileged to have welcomed Dr Bunmi Owoso

We are privileged to have welcomed Dr Bunmi Owoso into our family by marriage.He is remembered with great warmth and will be sorely missed. He indeed had a way of positively touching the lives of the people he met. May God give his family, friends and colleagues comfort and strength to bear this loss. Rest in

From Louisa Nwaizu on behalf of the Nwaizu family

My friend and brother since 1981, Dr Olubunmi Owoso

My friend and brother since 1981, Dr Olubunmi Owoso! God knows why he had to leave us all so unceremoniously. It confirms the love for him he held so dearly.  I still remember when early this year he narrated to me so movingly, how memorable his stay was at CAPA and how he was humbled

Prof Olugbenga Ogunmoyela, Bells University of Technology

Dr Owoso was a brilliant administrator.

Dr Owoso was a brilliant administrator. He was an administrator whose use of carrot and stick was unequalled. He will be greatly

Dr Kingsley Kema Ajekwene


We regret the passing away of Former Rector of a Yaba College of Technology, Dr Olubunmi Owoso. He passed on yesterday, Sunday 28th June, 2020. This was a man that loved and served our Alumni Association with passion. The Rector that gave the Association the pride of place within the College and beyond. It was

To my friend and colleague Dr. Owoso

To my friend and colleague Dr. Owoso, I vividly remember when you walked into my office in Nairobi one afternoon in 2018 with a condolence card after you learned of my sister’s loss. I remember when, in 2015, you actively participated in establishing the African Society of Association Executives. We will live to celebrate you.

Mr. Miruka

Dr Owoso will be greatly missed by many of us

Dr Owoso will be greatly missed by many of us for so many good and wonderful reasons. He stood for the oppressed, he was kind, soft hearted, and a loving father. A man of excellence, a great leader who touched so many lives, he touched my life greatly for good. Our consolation is that we

Dr. Lauretta Ofodile
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