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Madam Beatrice Olujimisola Omole nee Akingbola, a rare breed of woman with a heart of gold has over the years of her existence showed much grandeur and bliss which has used to help many understand and define what true love and selfless living is all about.
Caring for others was her code, her attitude and disposition towards salient life issues was one which showed the years of wisdom coming into play, her inter-personal relationship was one birthed by a great sense of mutual respect. Her dedication to ensuring the good and advancement of others around her whether they are affiliated to get by blood or not gave her an identity and personality which is defined by others as a true signature and essence of motherhood.
One who never withhold her love and commitment to others as she literally groomed individuals who are not even her children into adulthood and greatness. One, her children will call a good mother, one to be adorned as she serves as a living example to women and aspiring mothers. Her heart for love and care is legendary.
Madam Beatrice Olujimisola Omole nee Akingbola was born on the 8th of November 1950 to the family of High Chief Samuel Akinrisoye and Maryam Akingbola of Ajue in the present day Odigbo Local Government Area.
Her parents desire to see their children educated and the flair she expressed to getting a proper education spurred her parents to ensure that she’s well educated.
She attended St.Johns Anglican Primary School Ajue between 1957 to 1962. It’s no surprise that she came out in flying colors.
A further testament of her brilliance and great love for academics will later be exhibited when she got admitted to All Saints Modern School, Oka, Ondo from 1963 to 1965.
She would later proceed to the St.John/Mary’s Teachers College Owo for her grade 2 Certificate which she passed with good grades in her very first attempt.
She began her teaching career at Holy Trinity Anglican Primary School, Ijesha Isu Ekiti State in 1971.
Got married to Mr. Jacob Oloruntosin Omole later in 1971 and had her first child , Olugbenga in the following year.
Her desire for career advancement saw her proceed to the University of Ife, now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife fit her Associate Certificate in Education between 1982 and 1983. Not satisfied with her level of Education, she attended the Edo State College of Education Ekiadolor, Benin between 1991 to 1994 where she obtained the National Certificate in Education.
Her teaching career saw her teach in various Primary Schools in Owo. She would later retire from active service in the year 2005 after serving as an Head Teacher in St.Patricks Anglican Primary School in Owo.
She is a devoted Christian and Community Leader. She now dedicate major chunk of her time to taking care of her grandchildren .
She is a member of Egbe Imale Kristi St.John Anglican Church Ajue ; also a member of Egbe Ireti Ogo St James Anglican Church Owo; Member of the Retired Teacher’s Club 71 and also a member of the Life Matron Efunniyi Social Club Owo
Mama celebrates today 70 years of Gods Faithfulness and Providence. Another year of the many more years she will spend on the surface of the earth to continually live and thrive; bask in the grandeur of the Divine.