Albert Okumagba, former Managing Director of BGL Group, was buried on Friday.
Okumagba, 56, was laid to relaxation in Warri, Delta State capital.
The Unity Colleges Outdated College students Affiliation (USOSA) expressed disappointment over his loss of life.
Aisha Muhammed-Oyebode, the Board of Trustees Chairman, in a press release eulogized the physique’s pioneer President-Normal.
She recalled how the late capital market operator devoted his time and sources to the community of alumni.
The affiliation includes graduates of the 104 Federal Authorities Schools in Nigeria (Unity Colleges).
Muhammed-Oyebode mentioned Okumagba’s ardour for training and unity of Nigeria knew no bounds.
She revealed that he spearheaded “an off-the-cuff coming collectively of some former college students of assorted unity faculties, and turned it into the formidable community of leaders that it’s right now”.
“The Unity Colleges, the nation, the training sector, will little question miss him. USOSA owes him a debt of gratitude, which might be offset if his legacy is safeguarded,” Muhammed-Oyebode wrote.
The chairman added that Okumagba was a de-tribalised nation builder who labored to go away his mark.