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Industry Players Mourn Brand Writer

Top players in Nigeria’s Integrated marketing Communications Industry have reacted with shock and disbelief following the death of one of Nigeria’s most illustrious brand writer, Dele Alao.  The veteran writer who works with new Telegraph Newspaper died on Thursday, 23 July 2015 after a brief illness.
Burial arrangement of late Dele Alao has been released by the family and Brand Journalists Association of Nigeria. Candle Night organised by BJAN holds on August 5 2015 at Lagos chapter of Nigerian Union of Journalists secretariat, Iyalla Street, Alausa adjacent Ikeja City Mall by 5pm.
Wake Keep at his residence 7, Shoneye Street off Ijoko Road by Jaffa bus stop inside Unity Estate, Ope Ilu at Agbado crossing, Ogun State will take place on August 6 by 3pm. Interment at his site closed to his resident in Agbado Crossing on August 7, 2015 by 10am.
Managing Director of CMC Connect Burson-Marsteller, Yomi Badejo-Okusanya said he was shocked by the announcement. He expressed his condolences to his family.
In the words of Lekan Ishola, ‎Managing Director at FCB Redline “This is one of my saddest days. A friend, brother, colleague and cheerleader is gone forever! Oloye, sleep on forever in the bossom of the Lord”.
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“He was a colleague and a good partner. In fact, I am short of words at the moment. He was a very good friend who will be missed. He was very humble and hardworking”, Azeez Adeosun, Head of Media at Synthesis Communication said.
COO/ED of 141 Worldwide, Olubunmi B. Oke, also expressed her condolence to BJAN and his family, praying that “God comfort his family at a time like this”

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