Olaiya Alfred Abidemi
  • 38 years old
  • Date of birth: Apr 9, 1977
  • Place of birth:
    Nigeria, Surulere,Lagos, Nigeria
  • Date of passing: May 4, 2015
Let the memory of Olaiya be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olaiya Abidemi, 38, born on April 9, 1977 and passed away on May 4, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Lekan Shoyoola on 12th May 2015

"It's so emotional writhing dis note, I remember back in ISI how we plan an made history wit Desh (Yinka Adesina) by winning all d flied sports and making our House win d inter house sports for the first time in the schools history and winning the Oyo state schools junior open meet together u won javelin were I won shortput, u were an all rounder in sports from Basketball to sprints a natural stunts man,full of energy, u and Edward were there when I started driving with ur bro Bayode then,and how u use to trill us with d piano at home and in schools music room wit ur dad's songs,It's a great pleasure spending my formative years with u cos we used it positively and peacefully, I will forever cherish dose monets dat money can't buy,u were a true friend. RIP"

This tribute was added by Olukorede adewunmi on 9th May 2015

"I could remember one funny pretty day,I went to your office to submit some waybill,you caution me about my mood of dressing,which was very bad and I adjusted it cuz you detest such,and ever since,you changed me from sagging to a real gentle guy,I was even always eager to come down to the office to submit waybills and even you told me to be the only one bringing them,can't bring it to you anymore but to someone else shall I take it to Oga Bidemi,sir may God be with you till we meet again___sobs"

This tribute was added by amosu mariah on 9th May 2015

"My boss,hummm he was d best boss ve ever have,he his more dan a boss,d man behind my success,i remember on thursday @ d office u told me sometin i can never 4get in my life,i realy mis u in my life boss mi olaiya A.A.dat is d name i always wront on does waybill,u teach me d best work so far,how 2 b net with my job,hummmmmm rest in d blosom of GOD til we met 2 pat no more.4rever in my heart boss.urs luvly  office assistance AMOSU MARIA"

This tribute was added by E Sam on 8th May 2015

"Hmmm……..Abidemi Olaiya. My heart is bleeds as I type this. I am really saddened by this news. Even though we haven’t spoken for many years, I had hoped that one day we would catch up and have a couple of laughs over drinks. But alas that will never be.
Rest in the bosom of the Lord my friend. Till we meet to part no more, you will always have a place in my heart.
I pray that the good Lord will console your wife and grant your entire family the strength to bear this huge loss."

This tribute was added by kunle bash on 7th May 2015

"Words fail me....sail on OLASCO"

This tribute was added by Adenike Shonubi-Adewusi on 6th May 2015

"Olasco ! It's a rude shock and seems to me like a dream that you're no more.

I remember vividly the UI days and our club trips, singing from your dad's album etc . Am short of words really.

May the Lord grant your loved ones the strength and peace at this time.

Rest in peace my friend."

This tribute was added by Tunde A on 6th May 2015

"Wow. Bidemi. Wow. I am still in shock and can't imagine what your wife, kids, siblings, and parents are going through right now. You were such a responsible and kind young man with a very bright future ahead. God knows best."

This tribute was added by Ferdinand Enebe on 6th May 2015

"Olasco like we fondly call you,

I still don't believe that you have gone, My heart bleeds every time that strikes through it . What would have gone wrong?? you were very very fit and athletic we ball , groove , play , eat , drink, hangout, club and party together. I remember that last bet we have on doing 4 X 400m in 10mins at Unilag 2months ago, i even had to buy drink for the crew because you completed it..... i remember how much drink you gave the basketball crew at Biodun's wedding just this easter...... it hurts so badly that a good person like you will go now. You will never be forgotten because you had so much impact on the people you left behind. I pray that God gives your family the strength to bear the lose. God giveth and taketh. May your soul rest in perfect. Amen."

This tribute was added by tope omosehin on 5th May 2015

"If we live our lives the way the creator desires, then death is a gift to have more life. Let's all remember that we are eternal, all this pain is an illusion! Farewell Bidemi"

This tribute was added by Ali Salisu on 5th May 2015

"For any one who may not know me,my name Is SALISU and I'm Alfred best loyal in the office.Thank you all for coming to help us say goodbye to our boss.
To me Alfred was a guiding light,he set example of what a good boss,teacher,brother & companion should be.He always did his best to be patient with all of us in the office.Alfred was humble,peaceful,compassionate,kind & merciful. Those qualities came from Jesus Himself, we felt comfortable equal & have a very good relationship with him & he had confidence in us.cos he knew we are always ready to go the extra-mile when he called. He was a mobile person very hard working & love to get things done,even if it took him after hour to do it.
He try to carve out some quality time with each of us, and believe me,we are all jealous when it's someone else turn,however that just show u how much we all loved him & wanted to spend that one on one time with Alfred. Every time it's my turn I found out that he hadn't really missed out anything that was really going on in my life, that is him for u always an optimist.Alfred was there for all the highs & lows of his boys lives.
As much as I'd like to think I was one of his favorite boys,he truly didn't have one,we are all favorite in one way or another.
He always used to talk about what a lovely family he had,how lovely is wife is & talk much of his son ( ) daddy love u so much & as for little pretty very young & vibrant like'll find a legacy that would trail u,for all you want.I remember most time I watch him play basketball after work, he love sport & died being a blue fan.
I learn I was responsible,good @ my job,able to work comfortably with really smart people, and I have load of fun doing it....I owe so much of it to Alfred."When people go to work,they shouldn't have to leave their heart @ home"  I felt his heart,but death u are not being fair for this untimely visit.
You will always remain in my heart,till we meet to path no more....R.I.P my boss of life.*cry*"

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