Comment on Oloyede: an unsung hero at 61? by TajudeenSanni.

I had the of meeting Prof Oloyede last June in Rwanda at an AAU meet .I witnessed how the top guns of Africa academia celebrated this rare icon.I am sure you described him as ‘unsung’ not because he is not widely recognised for what he is but because there is far more to his personality that many more need to appreciate . May grant him long life and greater prosperity.May He(swt), at the end, grant him jannatul fridaus.Thanks,Dr Mahfuz for this well deserved eulogy

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