Veteran fashion designer, Maureen Onigbanjo loses son, Wale

Veteran fashion designer, Maureen Onigbanjo loses son, Wale

Veteran fashion designer, Maureen Onigbanjo is bereaved. The stylish society lady who runs House of Maufechi and who recently clocked 60 years has los

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Veteran fashion designer, Maureen Onigbanjo is bereaved. The stylish society lady who runs House of Maufechi and who recently clocked 60 years has lost her son, Wale, to the old hands of death in London where he was based. This heart wrenching incidence comes barely a few years after she lost her husband in London.

Founder of Lakoom Enterprises, 31-year-old Wale in his time, was said to have effortlessly combined the wisdom of old age with the exuberance of youth, thus acting as an inspiring bridge between the young and the old.

Although the cause of his death is unknown, the deceased had a good head on his shoulders; every parent’s pride and hope for grey days.

Olawale is survived by his mum, Maureen, his brother, a 6 plus footer ex-basketball player, 22-year-old BabaFemi Oluwafeyisola Onigbanjo and a sister, 26-year-old Morenike Ololade Onigbanjo.

The late Olawale Opeyemi Onigbanjo Junior was born in 1988, 4 years after his parents met and married in 1984.