The Ace Football Coach and player High Chief Afeez Kashimawo, The Parakoyi Egba, Buried According To Islamic Rites.
The Veteran Football coach and player High Chief Afeez Kashimawo Laloko, has been laid to final rest today, 29 March, 2021, according to Islamic Rites at his Gbonogun Village Residence, near Obatoko, Abeokuta.
Chief Afeez Kashimawo Laloko, who was the Olori Parakoyi of Egbaland, was buried by Allahu Mujeeb Islamic Society Of Nigeria (Abeokuta), led by Fadhilat Sheikh Al-Imam Abdul Sami’i Muh’d Awwal the Mukaddam Of Emere.
In his sermon at the graveside, Imam Sheikh Abdul Samil Mohammad Awwal, said Veteran Coach and Olori Parakoyi Afeez Kashimawo Laloko, had paid his dues to his communities including Sports, Commercial activities of Egba Markets and the general Egbaland as many others.
Imam Sheikh Abdul Sami’l Muh’d Awwal urged other Egba leaders to leave a legacy of usefulness to their people before the last call.
The Balogun of Egbaland, High Chief Sikitullah Atobatele, led Egba Chiefs to pay last respect to the late Parakoyi.
The Iyaloja of Egbaland, Chief Kemi Oloyede, and tens of market leaders, including GbegbaAje Teju Adenekan Bakre and Seriki Iyaloja Dupe Labode, and others from the six Egba Local Governments of Ogun
State, were also present at the occasion.
Some Egba Traditional Rulers were represented at the occasion including the Alake, the Olu Orile Igbore, and Olu Siun, Olu Owode.
Other Egba Chiefs were Sakosi Imran Taiwo, AgbaAkin Rasheed Raji, BadaAsoju Oba Oluwole Odekunle, Aare Bobagunwa Abiodun Adebayo, Babalaje Muslims Shuaib Aro and the Aare Baaroyin Egbaland, Layi Labode.
The Muslim Clerics that performed the burial rites were from Allahu Mujeeb Islamic Society of Nigeria, led by Fadhilat Sheikh Mobrur Olalekan Adeboye(Al-Mobruury), Sheikh Muh’d Yusuf Sanusi An-Naqeeby, Sheikh Alhaji Abd Sami’i Muh’d Awwal, Sheikh Muh’d Abd Fatahi, Sheikh Abd L Hammed, Alfa Solihdeen Sanusi