Stanley Jegede: Final farewell to mum done in classic style….(Photo & Video News)
Captains of Industry & Political heavies (both national and local) graced the occasion in Egbe Yagba west kogi state, Nigeria.
Jegede obtained a B.Sc. (honours) in business information systems from the University of North London in 1995 and M.Sc in business information technology from Middlesex University, in 1996. He worked as a Business Analyst in the United Kingdom between 1997 and 1999 and later joined Verizon Communications (Formerly Bell Atlantic) USA, in 1999 to 2002 as a Senior Business Analyst. At Verizon, he supervised the implementation of a new billing system—Express Track—across 14 states of the United States.
Phase 3 Telecom
In 2003, Jegede helped found Phase3 Telecom, a firm licensed to offer national long distance transmission services using fibre optic, initially within the territory of Nigeria. Jegede was appointed as a member of the Broadband Committee inaugurated by President Goodluck Jonathan.
Phase 3 was awarded the International Arch of Europe award for Quality, a vanity award as well as best Infrastructure Service Provider award 2012, in the Africa-America International business awards.
Lots of tribute to the late matriarch…
Stanley’s Federal Government College Kaduna school mates were on hand with tributes for mama…..
Her legacy lives on, she was a true mum to many.
Mama was a jewel.
Her kindness to us back then and always remains fresh memories, she loved and was loved.
Barr Dotun Sowemimo
Only came across you once but your gentle smile and motherly gesture remained in my heart.
Your good heart towards humanity will be greatly missed.
Mummy Mrs Victoria Oluwasbukola Jegede ,your good heart has led you to greater path of glory.Rest in the lord cos I know you only went to rest in lord.
Sun Re Oo
Yetunde (Nee Pedro)
Dear Aunty, I remember those days as kids, when we came to play and ride our bicycles, climb and taste all the various mangoes species in the compound. You showed us love by watching to make sure we were OK. We shall forever miss you.