Betty Chinatu Ola-Olaitan, nee Nnabugwu passes away, to be buried in the US tomorrow

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Late Mrs Betty Chinatu Ola-Olaitan, Nee Nnabugwu passes on April 13, 2024 in the US.



By Favour Nnabugwu



The death has been announced of Mrs Betty Chinatu Olaitan who passed away at the age of 45 years on April 13, 2024 in the United States of America.

Announcing the death to the maiden family of the wife, is her husband of 19 years, Mr Olayiwola Olaitan.

Tragically, Betty Chinatu Nnabugwu passed away on April 13, 2024, after a courageous battle with Cancer, at Methodist Hospital, Sugarland, Texas, United States of America.

Chinatu, was the sixth child of eight children of four men and four women, was born to Late Mr. & Mrs Nicholas and Mercy Obianuju Nnabugwu, who both hailed from Olokoro in Umuahia South Local government area of Abia State of the South East region of Nigeria, in West Africa on December 12th, 1978.

Her educational journey began at Ajao Estate Primary School, Ajao Estate, Oshodi Isolo, Lagos State, where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate in 1989. She continued her education at Ajao Estate Grammar School, graduating in 1995 with her WAEC Certificate, where she distinguished herself as the Senior Prefect Girl.Betty pursued tertiary education at Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria, graduating with honors, earning both OND & HND Diplomas in Mathematics and Statistics between 1996 and 2002.

Later, she furthered her education with a Post Graduate Diploma (PGD) and an MBA from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) in 2013.

Her professional journey began at Heritage Bank in Nigeria, where she held various roles as a teller, customer service officer, and Fund Transfer officer from 2003 to 2017.

Betty was loving and lovable. She had zero tolerance for mediocrity. She was hard working and very supportive of family, friends and colleagues.

She was kind and calm to a fault and avoided confrontation as much as she could. She was peaceful and loved making peace.

Bettty Chinatu Olaitan died after a protracted illness in the United States of America.

She was a member of the Chapel of Transfiguration Church back in Nigeria

She got married to her husband, Mr Olayiwola Olaitan from Iwo town, Osun State in 2005 .

And together, they ventured into the United States in 2018.In the US, Betty embarked on a new career path as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), working diligently at different healthcare facilities in California and Texas, where she touched the lives of many with her compassionate care.

All arrangements for the burial have been concluded for tomorrow, Thursday, April 24, 2024 as her body will leave Clay’s Mortuary & Cremations for Clay’s Chapel and her body will be laid to rest at Brookshire Memorial Oaks Cemetery in Texas, US.

She left behind her loving husband, a son, two daughters, and seven siblings, leaving a legacy of kindness, resilience, and dedication to her family and community

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