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Tears as FATGBEMS Petroleum owner buried

Published on October 13, 2012 by   ·   3 Comments

Abiodun Onafuye/ Abeokuta

The remains of the Chairman and chief Executive Officer of Fatgbems Petroleum, Alhadji Abdul Fatai Olalekan Akanmu Gbemisola was buried
today in his hometown, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital amid tears.

Fatgbems died yesterday in an hospital in Lagos after battling heart related disease for close to one year. He was aged 64.

He was buried, according to Islamic rites, in his house at the Amdallat residence located within Ibara Housing Estate in Abeokuta, Ogun State, southwest, Nigeria

Family members, workers, friends and business colleagues were seen weeping profusely as the remains of the man which many described as a
kind hearted, cheerful giver and lover of the needy was being lowered into his final resting place.

Alhadji Fatai Gbemisola has over forty filling stations across the south-western states with over 6,000 staff.

Most of the filling stations in Abeokuta metropolis today were shut today in honour of the departed petrol dealer.

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3 Comments for “Tears as FATGBEMS Petroleum owner buried”

  1. True talk


  2. tee

    may his soul rest in perfect peace

  3. AKANMU OKANLOMO OF OGBA EGBALAND.SUNRE O Afolabi Balogun from London.

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