Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has advised Nigerians to contribute to humanity to leave a legacy for posterity, a step that would also leave their feet in the sands of time.
Sanwo-Olu described Olumakaiye as an esteemed spiritual father, who would forever be remembered for his contribution to the education and development of Lagos State.
The Bishop, Diocese of Lagos, Rt. Rev. Ifedola Gabriel Okupevi described Olumakaiye as a mentor, a good leader, a fearless preacher, a prayer warrior, a humanitarian, and a considerate leader, who at the time of COVID-19 ensured that staff salaries and allowances were paid.
He prayed for the wife, Motunrayo, and the son, Richard, for God’s continuous protection.
The preacher, Bishop of Awori, Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), The Rt. Rev. Akin Atere, who ministered on the topic: “The memory of Humphrey Olumakaiye is blessed” advised the people in the diocese and the hosts of bishops, both present and absent, to know that they would all leave the world one day and should therefore do the works for which they would be well remembered.