The Young CEO of Adesuwa Motors International ‘Adesuwa Renee Ogiozee’ Loses Her Grandmother
Adesuwa Motors International is extremely capable of selling top notch quality cars and in any quantity. They also carry out the purchases, shipping, clearing and delivery to your door step on all American spec cars. These automobiles are also being sorted on daily basis by customers from all over the world who take delight in regular patronages, adding to the accompanying services rendered.
There is an age-long saying that goes; “NOTHING LASTS FOREVER”, there is a time to be born and also a time to pass away. Every human created by God always has an inescapable deadline, some may come sooner, while others come later.
It’s a sad remembrance for the Ogiozee’s family as they mourn the loss of the family matriarch, Late Mrs. Aikpitanyi owie. The 95-year-old grandmother of the young and vibrant CEO is said to have passed away suddenly at a shocking time, seemingly alarming to her large extended family.
Miss Adesuwa Renee Ogiozee also known as AUTO QUEEN with @Renee5star as her official Instagram handle HAS BEEN EMPOWERING YOUNG FEMALES, still basking in the euphoria of sadness, in her disturbed state of mind, broke the pitiable news of the death of her grandmum.
Although she tagged it as a “Celebration of Life”, her grandma lived a selfless and amiable life, passionate about humanitarian causes. Her popular saying which she always say FEAR NOBODY oh granny you would be missed deeply
She further re-iterated; “With profound gratitude to God for the wonderful life of grandma who has gone to rest in the peaceful bosom of the Lord, we are finally performing all rites of putting her to rest. For your humor, wisdom, tenderness, compassion, understanding, patience and love; I say thank you, Grandma. After you, Grandma, the mood was indeed broken. Thank you so much. I love you. Thanks also to all sympathizers, who have constantly shown love and those who would be attending her burial”
“We’re truly grateful. On behalf of all our families both at home and abroad, we say thank you”
She’s survived by:
Dorothy Ogiozee (USA)
David Ogiozee- (USA)
Min Tracy Tolota – (USA)
Emmanuel Ogiozee (USA)
Adesuwa Renee Ogoizee (USA)
Engr Timothy Ogoizee
Michael Isoken Ogoizee
Olena Helen Ogiozee (USA)
Julius Tolota (USA)
Gladys Eshanomi Ogiozee
Sandra Ogiozee, daughters, son in-law and many more