The passing of Hajia Ghaneeyyah Sulaiman-Olokodana was reported earlier today. Ghaneeyyah was an enthusiastic speaker, a licensed clinical psychologist, a practicing faith-based psychotherapist, and an advocate for mental health.
Body and soul wellness are Ghaneeyyah’s top priorities. She was actively promoting a healthy lifestyle for more than 20 years, and in addition to giving talks at various professional, religious, and business gatherings, she also runs a private therapy practice where she offered services for individuals, couples, and groups in relationship education, counselling, coaching, and therapy.
She was a creative and devoted Islamic worker. Princess Ghaneeyyah was a vibrant youth and faith leader. She volunteered for her faith-based organization for more than 17 years during which time she planned and led numerous faith-based personal development and relationship programs for the members, building on her professional trainings.
In the field of professional Faith-based Counselling and Therapy, Ghaneeyyah was a pioneer and has established a place for herself. She earned the moniker #TheLoveDrG after a few successful runs of her own Transformational Relationship Education Program, SinglesConnect.
Ghaneeyyah frequently wrote about relationship concerns and gave presentations at professional, religious, and business events before she passed away. She is also willing to offer her time to work with and speak at different organizations, and she has been as a guest on a number of live and recorded television, radio, and social media shows. She genuinely served as the host of a mental health part on a weekly religious TV show in 2003.
The CEO of Spiceedge Foods And Event Management Ltd, Ghaneeyyah also spoke at leadership events and moderated seminars, conferences, and other gatherings that were sponsored by various business and religious organisations.
Around 4 p.m., the late psychologist was laid to rest at the Vault and Garden, by VON, in Ikoyi, Lagos State.