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Olatunji Okusanya's 91 year old mum is inconsolable as M.I.C shuts down to mourn boss&staff (PHOTOS)

The aged mother of the late MIC Caskets and Undertakers boss, Olatunji Okusanya who died in the ill-fated Associated Aviation plane crash, Mrs. Juliana Olayemi Okusanya is still in shock, says a family source.

When journalists visited the Bariga, Lagos home of the Okusanya matriarch, the 91-year-old bereaved mother looked pale, fragile and speechless.
By her side were rolls of tissue paper, which indicated that she had been crying herself to stupor.
A family member told journalists that: “Grandma has been taking it as a Christian, since the Holy Book says that we should not mourn as the unbelievers because we will see our dead on the resurrection morning. But I can tell you that it is not easy at all. Mama keeps shouting ‘two generations at once.’ We are taking solace in God. Grandma is still greatly in shock and disbelief."
Meanwhile, the management of Magbamawo Industrial Company (M.I.C) Funeral Services has suspended business activities in order to mourn the passing away of six staff members including their boss, Olatunji Okunsanya and his son, Olatunji Okunsanya Jr.
The workers who died on the ill-fated Associated Airline plane crash of Thursday, October 3, 2013 are Chijioke Duru, Kings Amaechi, Samson Hassan and Abdul-Hakeem Akintunde (who was buried on Tuesday morning according to the Islamic rites).
May their souls rest in peace!
See photos of the MIC office below (courtesy of NETng):


Charly Boy poses in one of MIC Caskets

Members of the Lagos Island East Council Development join in mourning the late Okunsanya, son and staff

MIC and crew on duty

MIC boss, Tunji Okunsanya and King Sunny Ade

MIC boss, Tunji Okunsanya and son

MIC Caskets and some pictures inside the office

MIC Funeral limited handled the burial of King Sunny Ade’s mum

Pictures of the late Chijioke Duru, Kings Amaechi, Samson Hassan and Abdul-Hakeem Akintunde

Picture of the late Tunji Okunsanya at work
Some of MIC Caskets

The condolence register      The front of MIC Casket office at Odunlami street, Lagos Island The inner chamber of MIC Casket The late Tunji Okunsanya in the Igbo attire The late Tunji Okunsanya in the South-south attire The late Tunji Okunsanya in the yoruba attire The late Tunji Okunsanya poses with his stick Tunji Okunsanya and crew on duty Tunji Okunsanya and friend Tunji Okunsanya and son's burial poster Tunji Okunsanya Jnr's burial poster Tunji Okunsanya Jnr's poster  Tunji Okunsanya takes a snapshot with Wyclef when he visited Nigeria
Picture of the dead with the condolence register
Tunji Okunsanya on  duty

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