At the point when she was a youngster experiencing childhood in Nigeria, Timie Ogunmola's dad used to show

her highly contrasting photos of his excursion to London in 1953 to go to Sovereign Elizabeth's crowning ritual

as an authority in what was then his country's pilgrim organization.

Presently an occupant of Edinburgh in her 60s, Ogunmola was among great many grievers who recorded past 

sovereign's casket this week as it lay very still in the city's church, anxious to offer her appreciation to a ruler who has been an installation in her life.

We are from the Republic nations, she is the sovereign of the Federation for us," said a close to home Ogunmola,

soon after leaving the house of God. "We grew up seeing her. The Republic,

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