ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Abigail Adedeji, 78 years old, born on June 24, 1942, and passed away on June 10, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Fagbohungbe Oluwaseun Tem... on June 24, 2021
The love of grandma is unique. God must have given grandmother's to us to liven our lives, to make our lives more complete, to make us well grounded and better human beings. Still, we can't believe our lovely Grandma was taken from us . We will miss our Grandmother ,but her spirit and strength will lives on in each of us and in the lives that you have touched. You truly were a special woman! You may have passed on, but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifice, care and concern. We know you are in a much better place. We shall forever be grateful and thankful that you are our grandmother.                   Rest in peace Maami a.k.a (IYA KOLA) AYA ADEDEJI NEE ADEBOUN......we will never forget you and we will always love you forever........
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Kinoshi on June 24, 2021
Mama, you have gone to meet your Lord, you lived a very fulfilled life, you were a mother to all, I remembered those days, any time I open your wardrobe you will tell me "e mu aso to ba wunyin,eyin le ni", you were so nice to a fault, you can give anything as long as you have to humanity, this virtue my husband, Oluwakayode, got from you, you lived a selfless life mama, you are concerned about everyone around you, you want to settle every fight you hear about.

Oluwatamilore would miss those moments you see movies together and your discussions about the movies as if you guys were playmates. The memories of those funny nursery rhymes you sang to him and the hymns we sing together will always remain in our hearts.

The most painful part of this all is that you did not wait to back my set of twins as promised.

Sleep on grandma till we meet again on the resurrection morning ,we love you but God loves you most.

Adieu Iya Kola!!!
Posted by Oluwakayode Samson Adedej... on June 24, 2021
Maami, your demise was a rude shock to me and my wife, although, for your age, some would say you are ripe, but, you have not fulfilled your promise of backing my set of twins.

I cannot stop thinking about the love you have for us, culminating to our presence during your last minutes, when you wanted to say goodbye, we were all present to say goodbye. I remember your care for me, my siblings and everyone, every child around you was yours, no discriminations whatsoever, you never wanted anyone in your view to suffer.

You taught us to love everyone, with an unconditional love and care for our wives, you respected everyone you came in contact with including your daughters and sons-in-law.

Back in school at far Ekiti, you will call me to learn about my welfare, after visitations from holiday, when going back to school, Iya Kola will buy me garri wekun with ofada rice and ingredients of various types to accompany it.

Peace making was one of your characteristics as anytime you hear about any fight around you, you will surely crave for settlement.

Maami, little did i know that June 15, 2020 will be the last birthday you will celebrate with me.

On the 9th of June, i was called by my elder sister to come home, tears rolled down my chin, i got home and still met you alive, then i prayed for you, you became stable, but, around 2am on 10th June, you answered the call of your creator, i thank God for your life, cos it was well spent, that you saw Jesus Christ before death and I believe we shall see again on the resurrection morning. Good night Maami. 

Thanks for all you did for us, for all the sacrifices, for the life you spent with us.

Till we meet again, your memories will always linger forever in my heart.

Adieu Maami!!!

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Posted by Fagbohungbe Oluwaseun Tem... on June 24, 2021
The love of grandma is unique. God must have given grandmother's to us to liven our lives, to make our lives more complete, to make us well grounded and better human beings. Still, we can't believe our lovely Grandma was taken from us . We will miss our Grandmother ,but her spirit and strength will lives on in each of us and in the lives that you have touched. You truly were a special woman! You may have passed on, but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifice, care and concern. We know you are in a much better place. We shall forever be grateful and thankful that you are our grandmother.                   Rest in peace Maami a.k.a (IYA KOLA) AYA ADEDEJI NEE ADEBOUN......we will never forget you and we will always love you forever........
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Kinoshi on June 24, 2021
Mama, you have gone to meet your Lord, you lived a very fulfilled life, you were a mother to all, I remembered those days, any time I open your wardrobe you will tell me "e mu aso to ba wunyin,eyin le ni", you were so nice to a fault, you can give anything as long as you have to humanity, this virtue my husband, Oluwakayode, got from you, you lived a selfless life mama, you are concerned about everyone around you, you want to settle every fight you hear about.

Oluwatamilore would miss those moments you see movies together and your discussions about the movies as if you guys were playmates. The memories of those funny nursery rhymes you sang to him and the hymns we sing together will always remain in our hearts.

The most painful part of this all is that you did not wait to back my set of twins as promised.

Sleep on grandma till we meet again on the resurrection morning ,we love you but God loves you most.

Adieu Iya Kola!!!
Posted by Oluwakayode Samson Adedej... on June 24, 2021
Maami, your demise was a rude shock to me and my wife, although, for your age, some would say you are ripe, but, you have not fulfilled your promise of backing my set of twins.

I cannot stop thinking about the love you have for us, culminating to our presence during your last minutes, when you wanted to say goodbye, we were all present to say goodbye. I remember your care for me, my siblings and everyone, every child around you was yours, no discriminations whatsoever, you never wanted anyone in your view to suffer.

You taught us to love everyone, with an unconditional love and care for our wives, you respected everyone you came in contact with including your daughters and sons-in-law.

Back in school at far Ekiti, you will call me to learn about my welfare, after visitations from holiday, when going back to school, Iya Kola will buy me garri wekun with ofada rice and ingredients of various types to accompany it.

Peace making was one of your characteristics as anytime you hear about any fight around you, you will surely crave for settlement.

Maami, little did i know that June 15, 2020 will be the last birthday you will celebrate with me.

On the 9th of June, i was called by my elder sister to come home, tears rolled down my chin, i got home and still met you alive, then i prayed for you, you became stable, but, around 2am on 10th June, you answered the call of your creator, i thank God for your life, cos it was well spent, that you saw Jesus Christ before death and I believe we shall see again on the resurrection morning. Good night Maami. 

Thanks for all you did for us, for all the sacrifices, for the life you spent with us.

Till we meet again, your memories will always linger forever in my heart.

Adieu Maami!!!
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