ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Willy Akinlude. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Olanrewaju Ismaila on March 8, 2021
The entire PDP , FREEDOM & OTHER FRACTION will all missed you . We know will love you but GOD love you most . The ICON man so friendly with people
May almighty god grant him in paradise (ameeen)

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Posted by Olanrewaju Ismaila on March 8, 2021
The entire PDP , FREEDOM & OTHER FRACTION will all missed you . We know will love you but GOD love you most . The ICON man so friendly with people
May almighty god grant him in paradise (ameeen)
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Forever missed the ICON man

Willy akinlude was born in erekiluluye in ikale ondo state . Is attend both primary & secondary in home town . Akinlude move to Lagos in early 1963 to continue is education & working at FACE2FACE under late ayoku & chief adebutu keshinton pool job that where Akinlude know about EDITOR OF SPORTING record at daily time he get the job through PETER EGBOHAN . Daily time representative & good job Akinlude did I take him to LONDON to get more idea on report in 1974 after he came back from Akinlude start he own POOL ADVERT COMPANY know as WILLY TIPS . It was introduced to politics in 1978 / 79 under unity party of Nigeria . In 1993 / 98 he became chairman MUSHIN LOCAL GOVERNMENT . At the age 48years he got admission to LAGOS STATE POLYTECHNIC to study business administration
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Willy,"Aburo mi."

Shared by Tunde Adams on March 8, 2021
This is what  I say to him every time  and every  where I see him.
Willy and I were born on exactly the same date 23.03.1945. So when we discovered this in our church St Jude's Anglican Church  Odi_Olowo, we became friends and started "quarrelling" about who is older.
I always  tell him that  I was born  a little after midnight of 22.03.1945 and that he was born after noon of 23.03.1945. And that was how I resolved that he was my junior brother, and started to call him "Aburo mi"
Anytime we are going to the alter for any thanksgiving or anything, I always  call Willy "aburo, oya" and I will hold his hand.
Majority of the worshippers always say "tegbon taburo". 
I don't  know what to say but it's only God that knows why this happened. 
I'm already  missing  him.
"Aburo mi" is gone.
Rest in perfect peace Willy till we'll meet to part no more.
TundeAdams