TEARS AND SORROW AS DIPO ABDULSALAM'S WIFE, OLUREMI IS BURIED
On Wednesday, May 21, 2014, St. Peters & St Paul's Church, High Street, Grays Town Centre, Grays, Essex, London, wore a grim look. The congregation looked funeral. The occasion was the funeral service of Oluremi Joy Oluranti Ademuyiwa, the wife of Akeem Dipo Abdulsalam, the controversial socialite. Amidst
|palpable tears, sorrow and wailing, the remains of Oluremi were |
later committed to Mother Earth at Chadwell St. Mary Cemetery, Brentwood Road, Grays, Essex.
Oluremi passed away last April. She was aged 35. Her body was discovered at her London flat, almost ten days after she had passed. The young lady was alone with her two kids- Omar, her four year old son and and Zee, her two year old daughter. It was gathered that the kids, who, obviously were oblivious of the fact that their mother had died, were in the flat for several days, with her decomposing body, before a family friend came around and discovered what happened.
The ELITES gathered that Oluremi's husband, Dipo Abdulsalam was frozen out of the preparation and planning of the burial. Although he was in attendance at the funeral, with a coterie of his friends, Dipo was denied the honor of paying a tribute to his late wife. The role he played at the funeral was less than passive, and most of the guests in attendance refused to acknowledge him as the chief mourner.
It was gathered that, in the course of planning and preparing for the funeral, Oluremi's family had invited Dipo to a couple of meetings. However, the family refused to carry him along with the scheme of the preparation. Sources disclosed that the Oluremi's relatives are grieved with the fact that their daughter died a miserable, depressed and frustrated woman. They alleged that Dipo, maltreated and