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Mojisola Oyinade Ogunsanya (Nee Adesanya)
  • 49 years old
  • Date of birth: Mar 13, 1965
  • Date of passing: Mar 22, 2014
Let the memory of Mojisola be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mojisola Ogunsanya (Nee Adesanya), 49, born on March 13, 1965 and passed away on March 22, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by lati folami on 25th March 2016

"Live on Moji. You will always be alive in my heart and in my memories. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord and by God continue to bless and keep your loved ones"

This tribute was added by Lade O. on 22nd March 2016

"My dear Aunty Mo you live on, as strong as yesterday. Not a day goes by without your memory. We love you and will carry on your legacy. You will never be forgotten. Guaranteed."

This tribute was added by Tolulope Adubi on 22nd March 2016

"You are remembered on this day and always...sun re o..."

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 21st March 2016

"My sis Moj. Can't believe it's 2yrs already. Time alone can heal. Wish the hand of the clock cld be re-worn. I miss you so so much. Continue to rest in eternal glory. My jamisi men. U made me know that word. Hope you are enjoying all your magic movies. Your memories are just pouring & pouring in. It is well."

This tribute was added by Denrele O on 21st March 2016

"Sis Moj
This past 2 years have gone so fast. It’s like yesterday.
I Miss You so much, You are always in my thoughts.
May your Gentle Soul continue to rest in Perfect Peace.
Sun re o Mojisola."

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 22nd March 2015

"An amiable soul gone to soon. Today marks a year of your demise. May perpetual light continue to shine on you & may eternal rest continue to grant you. Continue to sleep on my beloved as you continue to take thy holy rest. Love you till eternity. It is well with us."

This tribute was added by Lade O. on 22nd March 2015

"Every day I hope its a dream, to wake out of it but as you always said "It is well." You live on. Continue shining in our hearts. Blessings."

This tribute was added by Toun Omisore-Davidson on 22nd March 2015

"We miss you Moji,  Glad you are now forever at peace in the Lords bossom.  Rest on my sister.  Blessings to all you left behind."

This tribute was added by Bukolami Adeite on 22nd March 2015

""All is well".... Those were the last words you said to me, I can't believe its a year already cos your words, your voice and your smile are still fresh on my mind.. I miss you. If tears could bring you back, you would be here today, but am grateful to God for you ma... You will always be remembered.. We Love and miss you more than words can say... xxx"

This tribute was added by Toyin Bashorun on 13th March 2015

"My beloved Friend, a tribute to your memory and to thank God for a faithful life on earth. It is well! Shalom."

This tribute was added by Lade O. on 13th March 2015

"You live on and will forever be in our hearts. I am sure your smile still gets heaven radiant just as it did on earth. Love you Aunty Mo'"

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 13th March 2015

"A glorious life cut short @ its prime. Today, u wld Ve joined the golden age club of 50. Happy posthumous 50th Bday. As the heavens are celebrating your glorious entrance, we @ these end celebrate your life, love, humor, hilarious jokes & tenderness etc. Missing u so much . My Jamisi men. Each day I struggle with ur demise but as long as our redeemer liveth, we can face tomorrow. Our father in heaven, understands all. Sleep on! Sleep on! Sleep on! Mojisola Ogunsanya (née Adesanya). March 13th 1965 - March 22nd 2014"

This tribute was added by Damola Dawodu on 13th March 2015

"Aunty Moj.. i still miss all you weight loss tips (just to let you know I am still struggling with it oh ). Just like yesterday ... Almighty God will continue to keep and bless all your seeds that you left behind in Jesus name.May your soul continue to rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Bukolami Adeite on 5th March 2015

"My dearest 'godmom' it's almost a year but your soft smile is still so fresh in my mind..I think about you always.. we miss you much.. continue to rest in peace ma..."

This tribute was added by Lade O. on 3rd November 2014

"My aunty mo, big sis and third mum. You will forever live in my heart. You are still as fresh today as yesterday. By the grace of God, I will see to it that your legacy lives on: love, compassion and radical giving."

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 5th September 2014

"I miss u so much. Can't stop thinking of you. Why is it the good ones that depart so soon. Keep sleeping on my beloved."

This tribute was added by Tolulope Adubi on 3rd September 2014

"6 months today we laid you to rest. The light of your love still burn brightly in my heart...sleep on beloved, sleep on...#memoriestotreasure"

This tribute was added by lati folami on 1st June 2014

"Moji. I still find it difficult to believe you're no longer with us. You had such a kind and beautiful heart but you were no one's fool and you always spoke your mind. May Allah guard & keep your beloved children and your husband. Rest in peace Mojilicious. There you can feel no more pain"

This tribute was added by femi oluleye on 28th May 2014

"May your soul rest in peace. I only just this minute heard about your demise. Reading all the tributes especially from your sisters makes my heart sing 'it is well'.  May your legacy of Christ be rooted in your darling children."

This tribute was added by Bola Ogundipe on 22nd April 2014

"Dearest Mojisola aburo mi, your demise has set me off on a torrent of emotions firstly because I know we who are in Christ do not die but are raised to new life in eternity and secondly because you assured me that you will be healed and restored as it was not time to go and be with our creator. I leaned on the edge of my faith standing on Gods promises to heal and restore until you took your last breath. I wish it was a dream but painful as it is I must accept Gods will. He is sovereign and unquestionable. He is our life line and makes no mistakes. It is comforting to know that though you are absent in the body you are present with Christ rejoicing with heavenly saints.        

I am thankful that you shared your last days with your siblings sharing and recapping memories of our childhood. Your love for bananas keep coming to mind and how you used to hide under the dining table yelling " muuuuuuuummy"
I won bayaaaaaya".  I also recall times when we needed to cajole mum to allow us go to a party you would go into her room; yank her clothes out of her wardrobe and start tidying and folding them back neatly. Off course mum fell for it and low and behold we got our pass to freedom.                

You said "goodbye" twice last time we spoke and it resonated in my heart but I refused to accept it was final. I am thankful that Denrele and I were with you until the end massaging you and enjoying the peaceful countenance that you displayed before the spirit left you.  Mojisola I love you soooooooo much and I know you will forever live in my heart. Thank you for being part of my life and for all your prayers and wise counsel.                                                               Mojisola your name has answered to you. Indeed you have woken up to glory. I can imagine you praising and rejoicing with the saints.
                                                                                                                               Rest in peace away from the turbulence and trials of this world.            
Your dear sister,          

This tribute was added by peju sanusi on 21st April 2014

"Sister Moji may your kind soul rest in peace. You were an epitome of kindness and I know for sure that our Father in Heaven will comfort and watch over your children, husband and family in Jesus name. amen."

This tribute was added by Molade Faith Boluwajoko on 13th April 2014

"My dear Moji, I have vivid memories of you as gentle and kind as we were growing up back at  the family home at  the university of Lagos.I realise now indeed that this world is not our home! You have gone to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus, its the best place to be! May the Lord keep and bless us you left behind!Sleep well,sis and honourable soldier of the LORD! Good Night!"

This tribute was added by Toun Omisore-Davidson on 8th April 2014

"Moji, May your lovely soul rest in eternal peace.  It has been a long time since Brooke House where I got to know you. You were funny, direct and forthright. I remember your funny sarcasm.  Denrele and Bola's junior Sister.  The Almighty God Bless, Protect, and Prosper your children and all you left behind.  RIP."

This tribute was added by Shola Richard-Fadiya on 7th April 2014

"Moji Oyinade Ogunsanya. I saw her funeral ceremonies on BISCOM  on Sunday 5 April and I thought what a rear gem. I pray for her husband and her children that God will comfort them in this time and always. Also, her friends and extended family the joy of the Lord is their strength. You will be greatly missed. May your gentle soul rest in peace."

This tribute was added by kemi alli on 6th April 2014

"Moji rest in peace. What a rude shock. May the good comfort your children always."

This tribute was added by Timi Okuboyejo on 5th April 2014

"My heart goes out to your loved ones and family. I'm sad to hear of your passing but I know that you have returned to your father on heaven to live eternally. You will live on forever in heaven and forever in our hearts. May you rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Bunmi Ogundipe Sonibare on 5th April 2014

"Moji   May   you rest  in  peace     you brought   joy  to   our lives"

This tribute was added by Kehinde Alade on 5th April 2014

"Aunti Moji, you will be greatly missed, May God be with Uncle Dewunmi and your children. We all love you but God loves you more. Your good works Nd Legacy lives on."

This tribute was added by oluwaseun ogundipe on 5th April 2014

"K'a to de odo didan na
A o s'eru wa kale;
Jesu, jo gba eru ese
Awon ti O de l'ade
A o pade leti odo
Odo didan,odo didan na,
Pel'awon mimo leba odo
T'o nsan leba ite ni.

Nje l'eba odo tutu na,
Ao r'oju Olugbala;
Emi wa ki o pinya mo,
Yio korin ogo Re.
   A o pade leti odo,&c

Life is not about how short or how long ,but how well it is spent in Christ and affecting life's for Christ.
Mojisola your's was a life well spent.
I could not match your simplicity with the personality of the wife of the Chairman of Multichoice.You were just too simple.
Thank you for your support.Thank you for keeping on Uncle Yinka's love for me.

Those in Christ don't die,they only sleep because on the resurrection morning, we shall all be united praising our Lamb upon the Throne.
I can imagine you now in heaven singing an endless Alleluia to the one that saw you through.
For those of us left behind it is my prayer that we will keep the faith and finish well.
Mojisola kept the faith and finished well.Good Night thou great Steward.
By His grace a o pade leti odo didan na."

This tribute was added by Ajibola Oyelade on 5th April 2014

"Your Worship, I am devastated by this news but comforted that you are SURELY in heaven. When Tolu Olugbemi broke this news to me I almost collapsed but was reminded of your devotion to God, your family and humanity.You were brilliant, generous, and loved your family so much. May God Almighty keep in peace those you have left behind."

This tribute was added by Tomi Falaiye on 5th April 2014

Funny how my memory of you at MGHS is about you, cooking nice food and bringing it in beautiful dishes that my mum would never have allowed me to bring to school because I was not careful enough not to break it.! And you would make enough to feed an army. I also remember that I never saw you quarrel with any one.
You were such a sweet gentle soul with a fantastic fashion sense. I read all tributes and I know that you are sorely missed.
Rest in peace Moji.

This tribute was added by ireti molake on 4th April 2014

"May your gentle soul rest in peace. Moji was humble, patient as well as very beautiful (inside and out) every woman should learn from her. that is the only way we can immortalise her

Good night and sleep well now."

This tribute was added by olawunmi ogunjimi on 4th April 2014

"aunty moji
i dont know you but the tributes in punch newspaper caught my attention. your radiant smiles and good words from staff of multichoice about you has been confirmed with these nemerous tributes. the fact that you were my senior at m.g.h.s also wished you had stayed longer. i wished i had met you like i met your husband just few weeks before your demise. my heartfelt goes to uncle dewunmi and the kids. i cant imagine what they are going through now. may the good lord uphold, bless, guide and console them. rest in peace. God loves you more"

This tribute was added by Damola Dawodu on 4th April 2014

"Auntie Moj, Chairlady!

She was truly a beautiful woman and had the looks every woman longed for – the right shape, size, height, beauty… she seemed to have it all. I don’t know how she did it, but she maintained those looks and always appeared well put together – she never had an “off” moment.

She was beautiful inside - out. She was a calm person who was not easily ruffled by events – she took it all in her stride and had a great sense of humor – she could see the funny side of life.
She was a fantastic and passionate mother , wife and was fully involved in anything to do with her children. Usually, the average teenager these days wouldn’t want to be seen to “hang out” with their mom as it would affect their “rep” but she was such an interesting person that her kids found a cool friend in her to hang out with!

She was a great lover of life – she loved good food and made the meanest jollof rice. She always knew where to find the best nibbles.
She was warm, accommodating, and not just provided support but always actively involved in family functions. She was the ideal  family person and will definitely be greatly missed.

I pray that God will comfort her children, her husband and the entire family at this time of her passing. May the Lord secure, strengthen and uphold all that she has left behind in Jesus name. May death be far from this family as a whole; may we not have cause to sorrow over anyone. May God keep us all in Jesus name."

This tribute was added by Ajoke Obilade on 4th April 2014

"May the good Lord comfort the family Moji has left behind.  Amen.  The Lord will give you all cause to rejoice.  

I remember the Unilag days and Moji's first year in MG when she was friends with my late cousin Yinka Shoroye (nee Tomori) and they were always hanging out together.
Fast forward to university days and the Adesanya girls (Denrele, Bola & Moji) were always "baffed up" and looking smart all the time.
Moji was always quiet and a copy of their mum's character, easy going and gentle.

Denrele, Bola, Ade, Niyi, Toun, Tolu may the Lord fill the void Moji left.
We take solace that she is in a better place with our Lord Jesus Christ.
(Joke Obilade nee Ajayi of Jumbo Close)"

This tribute was added by Nifemi Okuboyejo on 4th April 2014

"Dear Aunty Moji:
My condolences to your family. I am sorry to hear you have passed away, but I am pleased and comforted to know that you are in a better place with the most high God. In all things, we praise God, as he is all-knowing. May your soul rest in peace and may your children grow up to be successful and Godly people."

This tribute was added by Timofe Okuboyejo on 4th April 2014

"Dear Aunty Moji,
You were always so nice to me and now it is hard to believe that you have passed away. I love you and I know that you are enjoying Heaven. Rest in Peace."

This tribute was added by Simee A on 4th April 2014

"Mojisola, I can't believe I'm writing in the past tense about you. You had a kind and loving soul and I cherish the years spent with you and your family all the way from Emotan Close at Unilag, through the years in England and back to Nigeria. Even though my parents were strict about letting me go visiting, and despite the fact that we shared considerable time at school and in church, your home was always an exemption and the memories made will never be forgotten. "Ile ebi, ile eni na ni."  Even the pranks of those yester-years are still fresh in my mind.
I always appreciated your frank and down-to-earth character. You weighed in on issues without partiality even if it was one of your siblings that had erred, and for this I was always grateful; which I can be assured was also a strength in character you must have displayed during your years of legal practice.
I can still recall your pre-wedding party and your first pregnancy even though these were so many years ago. Now they seem like yesterday.
Your laughter was rather infectious and I'll never forget it. Even as I'm typing it still brings a smile. I still can't believe you're gone, maybe it's just the shock. I'd inquired about you from Dewunmi earlier in the year unaware that you were ill and that I would never get to see you here on earth again.
Remembering you as a woman of strength and assured that your faith was strong, I can be rest assured that you're now resting in the Lord's bosom. No one departs unless their purpose is fulfilled and I'm sure you fought the battle that assures you'll receive your crown, so until we meet again at Christ's feet, may you rest well, dear.
Bi o ba ti dun to, had you lived to celebrate your 50th, but the Lord who has seen it fit to call you home now, will surely take care of your family, immediate and extended. Ojo a jina si ra won o! Olorun a re gbogbo wa lekun, a de te e s'afefe rere l'oruko Jesu."

This tribute was added by Elizabeth Modupe Olufunwa on 3rd April 2014

"Moji, when Bola informed me of your sickness, we were asked to pray and fasted for miracle for you. You were a generous sister. Kind hearted. I could remember one of your shopping trip to Brent Cross one summer
years back. You asked me with your smile "sister Dupe se eyin oni ra nkan ni' I told you in the Arabic l could still remember from serving in Libiya that mafisi fluse. Meaning no money. You bought me a raincoat. The best I owned. I cannot  thank
you enough for your numerous generousity. As l always say, givers never lack. All you have done to help people, your children will surely reap it. I pray that God will watch over your children and family you left behind. Continue to rest in peace until we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Oyinkansola Ogunjimi (Momoh) on 3rd April 2014

"Dear Aunt Moji,

Through Tolu I felt your warmth and love.

We all know earth isn't home. You are where you belong.

Rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Ademola Ayanbadejo on 3rd April 2014

"Moji ! You have left this world! But would forever remain in our heart !

Is it the carrying and loving warm heart with which you welcome us your cousins to your home? Or is it the loving and striking caring soul like that of your mum that you posses that we can ever forget?

We are thankfully for the loving memory you left us with!!! Rest in Peace Mojisola omo Adesanya!! May God guard your husband and the children you left behind.

And as sis Denrele wrote you celebrated God before you left this world now you are rejoicing with him!!!

Blessings to him who knows best!!!

Your cousin

Demola Ayanbadejo"

This tribute was added by Dapo & Biodun Abraham on 3rd April 2014

"Moji, you were a woman of poise & distinction. You were genuine, loving and very gentle. We can never forget your gentleness. Rest in the presence and peace of our heavenly Father. May God bless your family and keep them strong."

This tribute was added by Dapo & Biodun Abraham on 3rd April 2014

"Moji, you were a woman of poise & distinction. You were genuine, loving and very gentle. We can never forget your gentleness. Rest in the presence and peace of our heavenly Father. May God bless your family and keep them strong."

This tribute was added by Patrick Segun Taiwo on 3rd April 2014

"Although I met you on two occasions and many years ago, you struck me as a very pleasant and warm lady. May your gentle soul rest in peace and may the good Lord watch over your dear ones whom you have left behind -'Dewunmi, your children and rest of your family. Rest in Perfect Peace."

This tribute was added by Busola Okuboyejo on 3rd April 2014

"Dear Moji. You were not just a sister-in-law but a sister as well. We are devastated but we are comforted with the knowledge that you are resting in the Lord. We love you but God loves you more. Rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Jac Adeladan on 3rd April 2014

"My dear Moji, you went too soon and the may the good Lord protect your children. You were a child of God who knew the Lord till the end.May your soul rest in peace. You have paved the perfect way for your children to know Christ and that is the most important gift you have given them. From all the tributes I have read you inspired a lot of people, gave them hope, wonderful and selfless person with an epitome of grace which is a great gift. We thank God for your life. You went too soon but God knows best. We met a long time ago at Bola's place in London and cousin to my family. You will surely be missed."

This tribute was added by Olakunle Sonuga on 3rd April 2014

"The news came unexpectedly but thanks be to God for his word which gives us hope and assurance of a rest that remains in you. Moji, you were such a blessing and honor to us from the father and its a blessing to have known you.

I personally saw a genuine gentleness, love and a good heart in you, not only for your family but everyone around you. Thank you for those special moments standing in the gap when Ayokunle was a little boy.

Your time here was very short but you finished the race strong in the Lord. You will be missed but the goodness and kindness you showed to all lingers on forever.

Olakunle & Adebukola Sonuga"

This tribute was added by BOSE TSADO on 3rd April 2014

"May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace.amen.Till we meet at the feet of Jesus."

This tribute was added by Bolaji Okusaga on 3rd April 2014

"I never actually met you but I know you are resting in the arms of the Lord right now. Condolences to Uncle Dewumi and Aunty Joko."

This tribute was added by Bolaji Okusaga on 3rd April 2014

"I never actually met you but I know you are resting in the arms of the Lord right now. Condolences to Uncle Dewumi and Aunty Joko."

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 3rd April 2014

"As you are been laid to Mother Earth today, May the holy angels of heaven, Welcome your angelic smile, your angelic look and your sweet soul. Missing you so much because you were special and unique in your ways. I mourn you and would always, have cherished memories of you. I still can not believe but am struggling hard to believe.Adieu! Adieu! Adieu. Sleep on beloved as you take thy holy rest."

This tribute was added by Dolapo Adeyinka on 3rd April 2014

"How do you write a tribute for someone you never thought would be gone so soon. Mojisola  Ogunsanya  Omo Adesanya Unbelievable!
It's been tough. Not a day passes that I don't think about you. I thank God for the good times that we had together. How can I forget the shopping trips to Brent Cross,the talks, laughs and  jokes we used to have together when you come to London and I always found my way down to Finchley Road to see you. I still look back at that time when we were close.Your going has changed my perspectives, ideas, paradigms? So many questions, very few answers.I imagine you are now clothed with glory.

You stood out as an example of that Scripture that says "In quietness shall be your strength"

I rest in the fact that the circumstances were beyond us.
I rest in the fact that God knows best.
I rest in the fact that your vacation is with the Lord.

Your beautiful smile forever in my thoughts.
Adieu, Mojisola  omo  Adesanya   Sun re O.

Best Wishes
Dolapo  Adeyinka"

This tribute was added by Oluwatoyin Sanni on 3rd April 2014

"A Tribute to Moji Ogunsanya, a lovely, warm hearted, effervescent personality.

It's a rude shock to hear you have left this earth. We met in the Legal Department of Gateway Bank in Ikeja and those were days marked by hard work but also lots of gisting and laughter with you often at the center, so many bubbly young Christian ladies - You, Funke, Fausat, Taiwo etc. You in particular were kind, warm, forthright and principled. You were a great encourager to anyone battling life's challenges which we all were in different ways.

I saw you last over a year ago on a flight to London to check up on our "foreign investments". If only I had known it would be the last time on this side of existence, how I would have drawn out our brief chat and focused more on matters of eternal value. I know you loved and feared the Lord and I'm believing that you are resting in His bosom today. May He comfort and keep your husband and children."

This tribute was added by Mariah Akande on 3rd April 2014

"Aunty moji
I have just seen your picture. . Still cant remember but mum tells me I knew you very well. Its sad to lose another family member but God knows best. My prayer is that the Lord will  strengthen your family as they mourn your departure . I know you have met aunty tinu already and uncle yinka, what about mama tele? Well it goes on and on.... we are all coming home at some point in time. It is well"

This tribute was added by veroh Edo on 2nd April 2014

"Moji I wish you could see the world right now and the profound impact,your short stay on earth has had on it .your loving smiles that illuminates the dawn.your music stopped and yet it lingers on in sweet refrain.for every joy that passes something beautiful remains.moji we never met but I met you

thru the hearts of Sis Denrele and Sis Ronke.moji your sun has gone down but your gentle warmth lingers in our hearts.

Rest well .    
Veroh ogidi-Edo."

This tribute was added by Dr.Babajide Fajemisin on 2nd April 2014


"Beauty Moje"  That was your appellation. That was how I always called you. Deep in my heart, your memory is kept. You were loved and shall never be forgotten.
Growing up, you were one of my most beautiful and beloved little cousins. Your smile was always a beacon of light to those around you.
A cluster of memories sprinkled with tears, Wishing God had speared you a few more years.
I remember most times when I drove my mom (Mama Ilesha) to visit with her sister (Your Mom) in Lagos. Brother Jide,  Brother Jide, you always called me. You were always excited to see me and I could palpate the genuineness of the love and kindness that you had for me and my brothers anytime we came by.  Although time may pass and fade away , words may be few and thoughts may be deep but memories of you will always stay.  
I recalled the wonderful things that you did. You always fried Dodo and brought some into Olumide's boy's quarter apartment at Akoka just to be sure we were fed and well taken care of.
I remember several years ago when  you visited me and my family in Los Angeles, you made sure you spent at least one night. Despite all that I had to offer was a tiny little apartment.  I watched you as you slept  comfortably on my living room couch.
These were some small gestures of love that matter a lot. Never selfish, always loving and kind. These are memories you leave behind.
God bless you and keep you in His care until we meet again.

Dr. Babajide Fajemisin - California"

This tribute was added by Toyin Owolabi-Orekoya on 2nd April 2014

"Moji, sun re o... I remember our conversation years ago on marriage, I will never forget your advice on this topic.. Moji , you were a great leader, loving mother, wife and a special friend... You are one of those I see as being successful and humble.. Rest in peace Moji."

This tribute was added by Funmi Kalejaiye on 2nd April 2014

"Sis Moj,

           It’s so hard writing this tribute and placing you in the past. I was just reading your last bb message and you assured me that everything was fine and you’re not going anywhere. But I know you’re with the Lord….. You’re the true epitome of elegance and grace. Forever the fashionista…. Like so many I had the privileged of spending my childhood at Emotan Close (Unilag). I’ll treasure those memories forever…I admired you tirelessly; your strength is like none other, your genuine kindness, your infectious laugh, your selflessness and most especially your unconditional Love for the Lord… I’m still in shock!!!

I’m eternally grateful for the constant love and support you showed towards our family especially my mum. Even in the midst of everything you were still asking me to comfort her…Just a true testament of who you truly are… She will miss you sooo much….We will all miss you so much.

Words can’t express the big void we would feel…. but you’re resting sweetly in the bosom of the Lord.

Love you

Funmi Kalejaiye (your cousin)"

This tribute was added by Yejide Wyse on 2nd April 2014

"Moji,  a Ray of Sunshine, Rest in peace"

This tribute was added by Yetunde Agbelese on 2nd April 2014

"Dear Mojisola,
What a tribute! I am touched by all the outpouring of love from all and sundry. I never knew you but I wished I did! I pray for your children and your family, o, what a great loss, losing a mother! Rest in the bosom of the Lord, rest, rest, rest..."

This tribute was added by Bolanle Olawoyin on 2nd April 2014

"Aunty Moji, we love you but God loves you most. We know you are still here, beacuse those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near. You are still loved, still missed and very dear. Sleep on beloved."

This tribute was added by Kira Kotun on 2nd April 2014

"Moji, may God Bless you. May God grant your family and loved ones the strength to bear this sad loss. This is a big shock. Rest peacefully."

This tribute was added by Toyin Fajemisin on 2nd April 2014

"Hmmmm, tears have fallen...., your death is so hard to get over auntie Moji! I just keep wishing you were still here but your work here is completed.
"To live is Christ to die is gain"  Phil.1:21. May your beautiful and gentle soul rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Olajumoke Segun-Agbelusi on 2nd April 2014

"You were the "ever smiling" niece of Uncle Yinka Adenubi. You always had a smile on your face. Pleasant and always warm. May the perpetual light shine upon you."

This tribute was added by Angela Oronsaye on 2nd April 2014

"May God rest your soul in perfect peace-AMEN."

This tribute was added by kemi fawehinmi on 2nd April 2014

"RIP beloveth! Ur smiles and beauty in the punch newspaper of today caught my attention and it saddened the heart that such a beauty is gone to be with the Lord. May God console the families and loved ones u left behind and may God grant you eternal rest"

This tribute was added by Adebukola Sonuga on 2nd April 2014

"My sincere condolences to the entire family. So sorry to hear about your loss. We tried to catch you in London via a phone call but could not and actually spoke to your brother. I know that you're a strong believer and God will strengthen you and the entire family.

There are no explanations for certain events in life but the God of eternal comfort will keep you, heal your heart and do more than you can imagine to ensure her role and place in your family will not remain void.

I pray that God will strengthen and keep the whole family, he will make his face to shine on you and give you his peace that passes understanding. May HIS joy never depart from your homes and may her light continue to shine on. Thank God as believers, we have hope, we know she's resting in the bosom of our Lord and Savior. That hope will remain your anchor until you meet again...

You are in our prayers always and will be in touch once you're back home.


Kunle & Adebukola Sonuga"

This tribute was added by Funmi Fajemisin on 2nd April 2014

"Mommy Fuad, as I love to call you. You lived  your life with integrity,  care for others and with joy. For there are no sad moment around you.
I remember when you came to Los Angeles years ago and we had a good time driving around LA, not very certain where were heading but we made the best of it with the our kids.
Even though God's plan did not line up with my expectation, I choose to praise Him for your life.  You had a personal relationship with God when you were here. For having the salvation of God you have added life to your life. In this I am comforted.
The Lord will continue to keep and comfort your family. Sun re O my darling in law!"

This tribute was added by Bola on 2nd April 2014

"Rest in perfect peace Mrs. Mojisola Oyinade Ogunsanya (Nee Adesanya). Death is inevitable n its just the certain debt which everyone of us must pay one day, so I join the host of others to wish the family the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. Sleep on our beloved! Adieu!!!"

This tribute was added by temitope akindele on 2nd April 2014

"Sleep on dearly beloved,although we never meet in this world,but the newspaper tribute captured my heart .I wish you family the fortitude to bear your irreplaceable loss."

This tribute was added by Abimbola Jimi-Adebakin on 2nd April 2014

"Dear Sister Moji,

Rest in peace. May the grace of the Lord comfort all the loved ones you have left behind.


This tribute was added by abiola olubiyi on 2nd April 2014


going through the obituaries placed in the papers, there was something about your smile and name (Adesanya) which was vaguely familiar, until I read in one of the tributes that you attended Unilag Staff School and that Denrele is your older sister. Denrele and I were classmates at Unilag Staff School, and yes, we all grew up together in Unilag. My family lived on Ozolua road.

My prayer is that God will comfort your loved ones. It's also comforting to know that you knew the Lord. This makes me know from the scriptures that you are in a much better place, resting from your earthly travails.

Sleep on Moji, until we meet on the resurrection morning.

Biola Olubiyi (nee Agiri)"

This tribute was added by Omowunmi Majekodunmi on 2nd April 2014

"Tribute to Moji Ogunsanya, my cousin and friend.
I am finding it so difficult to write about Moji in the past tense... I have known her all my life as my cousin, and we grew, as a friend.
Moji was beautiful and graceful, inside out, with the most amazing smile that would melt the heart of anyone.  When we were growing up, Moji and her two older sisters, Denrele and Bola reminded me of Charlie’s Angels, beautiful, tall and graceful.
My cousin Moji was a good wife, and natural mother, lavishing Dewunmi and their beautiful children with love and attention; her four well-mannered children are a living testimony to her motherhood.
She was a great homemaker, cooking, cleaning and everything in her house had its’ place; I can remember telling her that her house was always tidy and in order and that she was lucky to have such great staff and her response to me was that she did the work herself when everyone (including the staff) had gone to bed!
She was a go-getter and excelled in everything she laid her hands on…  Her wisdom as a magistrate in Lagos and the exquisite taste she had reflected in her dressing and jewelry she wore and sold.
She was a good cousin and a giver; we spent hours on end in those days in her parents’ house in Unilag and IIupeju gisting. I will miss her delicious cooking and the South African steak and ribs from her and Dewunmi! If not for Moji, I won’t be working in Chevron; we went to pick her up from Prime Merchant bank in Tinubu Square, one evening in 1989 when I saw Gulf Oil Company (now Chevron) next to her building and I thought it would be a good idea to work in the Company…  
The memories go on and on... is it the beautiful parties we had when she got married or the happy times we all had in her parents’ house in Unilag and Ilupeju
Moji was a good Christian and loved the Lord with all her heart and mind and served him till the end. Although I am sad that she left us so early, I know that she has gone to rest with our Maker and God will look after the family she left behind.
Till we meet again at Jesus feet.  
Mowunmi Majekodunmi"

This tribute was added by Toyin Bashorun on 2nd April 2014

"Ah!!!! What a wonder you are Oh Lord!.

My dear friend of over  34years, its amazing! I thank God for the time we spent together from M.G.H.S days to University of Lagos and Law school,and the the practice of our profession  etc. You on the bench and yours truly at the Bar. I thank God that we have Christ as our Lord and Savior.

What can I render o Lord My God!!!

Thank You Oh Lord For Moji's Life. I know you have translated in to the bosom of our Lord Jesus, But I  I still miss you for now. Do have a blissful rest. You deserve it my sister and friend.

To Moji's siblings, family and colleagues Eku oro eniyan. May the Almighty God and the Comforter, comfort you all at this time.

To Dewunmi Ogunsanya (Papa Fouad as I call you) and the Children I am so sorry; may the Almighty Allah keep you all and grant Moji peaceful rest in Al-Jan'at.

God Bless you all. Yours, Toyin Bashorun.(Tbash)"

This tribute was added by aisha wahab on 2nd April 2014

"MJ, i never met you but really your obituary in the papers caught my attention.......its really sad and i can only imagine what your family is going through right now. The good lord will be with them through this are indeed a rare gem and am sure you will be missed...Rest in Peace Mojisola.."

This tribute was added by Eniola Otitoloju on 2nd April 2014

"Am so short of words right now,uncontrollable tears...Unquestionable God indeed!!!May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace ma.We love you but God loves you more....Adieu!"

This tribute was added by Eniola Otitoloju on 2nd April 2014

"Am so short of words right now,uncontrollable tears...Unquestionable God indeed!!!May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace ma.We love you but God loves you more....Adieu!"

This tribute was added by oyindamola ogunlaja on 2nd April 2014

""Didun ni iranti olododo". I never met you in your short pilgrimage on earth, but the first tribute in Punch Newspaper caught my attention, then i realised that a lot of other pages contained the tribute.
I told myself that this must be a very lovely woman, you have what i call 'the healing smile". The tributes here speak volume.
Sleep on beloved"

This tribute was added by Anthony Falayo on 2nd April 2014

"We love you but Jesus love you more, rest in the bosom of your Lord."

This tribute was added by Oyinkansola Coker on 2nd April 2014

"........I saw some tributes to you in the papers yesterday and they caught my eyes - something was familiar about your smile...but I assumed it was 'cos of your family name......

Then I saw you severally in the tributes in Punch today.....then the one from your siblings and it came crashing in....Tolu & Toun's Sis!

I never met you, but that strong and warm smile - from Mama@Fountain, Toun,Tolu...that was what seemed so familiar yesterday...!

To Live is Christ, to die is're in a better place now!

Wishing the Families you left behind the Grace and strength in Christ to carry on!"

This tribute was added by adetoun ajeigbe on 2nd April 2014

"My dear Aunty Moji

This has all been a great shock for me.
I know you must be in the bossom of our Lord but that gives me little
I miss your smile and the great advice you always give. It just doesn't seem right in any way that you are gone so soon.
Thank you for being the big egbon I needed you to be always supporting my work.
You will be greatly missed.
love you lots sis Moj


This tribute was added by tolu fatoki on 2nd April 2014

"This still feels like a bad dream, I remember the times we spent together at Randle and Bode Thomas. I will cherish those memories. You were such a strong and dedicated woman and stood by your belief.I am glad we spoke before you passed, you will forever be in my thoughts sis Moj. I will miss your lovely smile and jokes. A peace has fallen upon your head, I wish you sweet sleep as you rest in the Lord.  Your dear aburo"

This tribute was added by seye olafemi on 2nd April 2014

"Sis Mojie (like my mom calls you).

Still were ever so elegant and fashionable,always smiling, a strong woman of faith,a soldier.

You will be greatly missed Sis Moji, but you've fought a good fight and won the race.
I take solace in the word of christ,
I take solace because you never stopped believing in the power of prayer.
I take solace knowing your soul is free,free and no hurt nor pain could
ever come to you again.

Life and death is beyond our control and if it pleases God to take you to be with him,we cannot question him.

Rest in peace Sis Mojie."

This tribute was added by Lola Adesanya on 2nd April 2014

"I will never forget your infectious smile, your generous nature and how you always had an aura about you. The last time we were together, we prayed and sang a lot of songs mainly in yoruba and even though I knew you were in pain your faith never dwindled and I will always be in awe of that. Rest in peace sis Moji. Niyi, Mojoyin and I will miss you dearly."

This tribute was added by Nike Onakoya on 2nd April 2014

I do not know you personally, in fact, we never met in your lifetime.  I only just opened the Punch this morning and saw your Obituary, i read all the tributes left by your family and friends on this site and my heart goes out them, so young, so beautiful and that smile...., i am happy you met christ in your lifetime, i pray that God watch over your children and console your husband......... Continue to rest in His bossom"

This tribute was added by Oluwajimi Adebakin on 2nd April 2014

"To our Lord Jesus be all the glory though a very short time but a complete live. God created us to be fruitful, multiple and enjoy dominion on earth. God gave you the GRACE to have achieved all the above in your very short existence.

The last prayer of our Lord, Jesus is that we MUST leave good heritance to our Children to the next 10th generation. God allowed you to accomplished wealth creation for your children.

I am sure you are now seated with our Lord, Jesus in PEACE, but your duty is not COMPLETED because she who leaves this earth with young children will NOT SLEEP until she knows are CHILDREN have achieved ALL that she HOPED for them in her life time.

Therefore, ALL friends and family - This is to you all "Mo - ji - so - la" now have the POWER to KNOW ALL THINGS and SEE ALL THINGS, you all now have DIVINE OPPORTUNITY to love and care for her children the way you all know she loved them and cared for them.

REST WITH OUR LORD JESUS, still we all meet again, amen.

Mr Oluwajimi Adebakin and family."

This tribute was added by Tolulope Adubi on 2nd April 2014

"I just had to leave a note...

"Aunty Moji! gone ke?! somebody please wake me up!"

That is the general reaction...the shock and disbelief of your passing is palpable. Ha aunty! it was too soon now. Ba se so ko yi! what about my wedding? Adebusola's own too! You specifically said i would decorate Adebusola's engagement baskets like the ones i usually do for your clients (friends and acquaintances) you said i had better start getting better ideas as Adebusola's must be FANTASTIC! "Won a gba" those were your words...

I will miss your gists (no more igbosere stop bys for me now :( *sigh*), it didn't matter i am your niece. you drew me close. you drew us brother and i, you took us as your children too!

i will miss your humor, you even heard "pakuru mo" before me...i still remember the glint in your eyes when you sang it for me in your chambers...ha!

i will miss your bright smile, you accepted any gift i gave you no matter how small. i remember how you relished the goodies basket i made for you...the gurudi, chinchin, chukchuk, etc and now even the one i made special with scented candle and bath salt with ankara said "jo ba mi toju e, ma gba ti ba de" meaning you would collect when you return. but u never did

i will miss your motherly advice and straight talk.... you told me "love is not blind o" "you must wear goggles" and "even magnifying glass if required" (please read in yoruba translation)

you taught me how to be a to dress, how to comport myself. you showed me how to be a business woman, to be enterprising, how to present myself. you showed me how to step up my game.

Aunty Moji o! you will forever be in my heart. my mentor, my friend, my mother...heaven has certainly gained an angel. sun re o!

i dedicate this song to your memory "i can only imagine" by casting crown"

This tribute was added by Oluwatosin Somolu on 1st April 2014

"Sis Moji my best in-law with a heart of gold, was an awesome, selfless and wonderful  person.It's so unfortunate, that life had to part us this way. Am still in total shock, to my bones on how to still accept this heartfelt news. My ride and companion to all the Fajemisin functions. In that short while I can say, we were close but I think back now it was all for a reason we crossed each others part. My Sister, Bunmi kuku worked under you at the Magistrate  Court Yaba and  kept on giving gists about this Magistrate that likes her so much and little did we know our parts wld cross.You were so hilarious, loving the latest Yoruba music that came out and wanting to buy to take to the kids in England.The first time I heard ja misi was from you and ii said Sis Moj  haaaa and then  you went jamisi Jo. I would miss my butter scotch candy. Adieu Sis Moj would miss u so dearly. i woke up the early morning of Saturday the 23rd calling your Mtn no and it kept on ringing, then I was saying to myself Sis Moj pick up this phone now, just for me to get a call 7hrs later. Would miss all your gists. Adieu Sis Moj I would miss you so dearly. I take solace that you are having an eternal rest in peace. So sad you left this way. Adieu! Adieu! Adieu!. The creator of heavens and earth understands better. I can't believe I got to write this tribute about you.Gists on how you would plan Adebusola's wedding and other plans . Hummmmmmm.Continue to rest in perfect peace as you take thy holy rest. My love forever Tosin Somolu Fajemisin."

This tribute was added by Aderinsola Okunoren on 1st April 2014

"Aunty I remember clearly the last time I saw you on this earth. We were on our way leaving the house, trying to catch the last leaving train of the night. I walked into the living room to say my good byes where you sat alone on the chair opposite the door. You smiled at me, and I smiled back. You gathered the strength to say the words "bye Derin" and now I find myself trying to summon that same strength to accept them. It is truly unfortunate that you were taken from us so early but another thing I've brought myself to understand and accept is that God truly knows best. You are in a better place right now and that is all the comfort we need. So rest in peace my dear Aunty Moji, your memory is embedded in our hearts forever. Your loving niece, Derin."

This tribute was added by Adetoun Okunoren on 1st April 2014

"Tribute to my dear sister

I cant believe I am having to write this tribute, the last thing you said to me was Toun don’t worry I will be fine, we will celebrate Mosope’s wedding together. You had such a strong faith even thou I knew you were doing all you could to cover all you were going through.
In my head you have travelled on one of your long trips and in my heart I will cherish every precious moment we had together, I will miss your wit, your sarcasm, your Yoruba proverbs and your African magic tales
I am proud of the sound training you gave your children and I have no doubt that your children will excel and make you proud.

Good night my sis moj. Say hello to mummy and daddy cause I know you are not alone.
You will forever be in my thought

I love you

Your Aburo

This tribute was added by opeyemi Okunoren on 1st April 2014

"My Sis, can't believe you are gone. I still remember how you kindly welcomed me to your house when I was chasing Toun. Your sarcastic humour. Na wa. God knows best sha. Rest Well. Toun, myself and the kids especially Derin miss you. Luv"

This tribute was added by ronke fowokan on 1st April 2014

"Gone Too Soon - Mojisola

If tears could build a stairway
and thoughts a memory lane
I'd walk right up to heaven
and bring you home again".

Since you'll never be forgotten
I pledge to you today
A hallowed place within my heart
Is where you'll always stay.

I will always cherish the beautiful memories in Hillcrest Court, Kilburn and Dean Road, Willesden Green with the Aunty Soji's , Aunty Lola's, and all of us. hmmmm, good old days.

Moji you were so elegant, so stylish, so full of life, and that your smile- was worth a thousand words , you won that battle with flying colours and God has another angel.

Rest In Peace
Sun Re O my dear sister

Ronke Fowokan"

This tribute was added by Denrele O on 1st April 2014

"What can I say, what can I do oh Lord, You’re too much for me….

MOJI SI OLA!!!!!!!!

I have had to painfully accept your demise. Who am I to question God. I do not understand all things but God understands. O ye Olorun.

Mojisola you were full of hope to the very end. You had strong faith. Infact you wrote in your bible “stuborn faith”,  “aggressive faith”. I am exceedingly grateful to God for the opportunity to spend the last month of your life with you in Germany.

It is one of the best month of my life. I will forever treasure the moments we shared together, the laughters, gists, holding hands together, massaging your whole body especially your feet (which you always requested as a treat). You always call me ‘sister mi flo’ (as in Florence Nightingale). I wish I had done more…laughed more, massaged you more, kissed your forehead more, held your hands more, hugged you more… if I new this were the last moments we will share together.

The bible says in all things we should give God thanks. That is His will concerning us. I thank God that we were able to pour out our hearts…I thank God for emotional healing, for restoration and rebuilding relationships. I thank God for allowing you to live to see your 49th birthday and for allowing me to share it with you. You requested that the only gift you wanted for your birthday was to worship and thank God on your behalf. A 24 hour worship chain was set up for that purpose. From 12 midnight March 12th  to 12midnight, March 13th. Your family and friends all over the world joined you to give God a 24 hour worship He so deserves. I believe strongly that God accepted our Worship and Thanksgiving on your behalf. It came to Him as a sweet smelling savor.

Mojisola I take solace in the fact, that your spirit and soul is with the Lord, That you have no more pain, no more struggles…You are at peace with your maker. Rejoicing and joining the heavenly hosts in worshiping God. (what you love doing). I will always miss you and I know that God will ensure that your children will be taken care of. They will not suffer. God has His hands upon them. He has His hands wrapped around them. They will grow up, graduate from university, get married, have children, they will fulfill their purpose. Build on the legacy to left behind in Jesus name.

Mojisola may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.

Your Loving Sister
Denrele Okuboyejo (aka Sis mi Flo)"

This tribute was added by Tolulope Adubi on 1st April 2014

"The light of your extravagant love would forever burn bright in my heart! were an epitome of grace and selflessness. You embodied the very essence of giving....for you gave of yourself even to the point of no return...that you would be sorely missed is an understatement! my only hope is that i know without a shadow of doubt that you are in a better place...resting from all your labor of love...God grant you eternal rest my aunt...your legacy lives on..."

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