My friend and confidant ❤️

Shared by akinboro yewande on June 4, 2021
I don't think we said more than five words to each other in QC but we met again at General hospital,Lagos in 2016 at the emergency to see a doctor for different reasons . From then on you became my friend,when I was having PCOS you encouraged me telling me everyday to be strong and I'd conceive and then island maternity in 2020 you continued to be my rock,I  mean a friend I tell deep things and I know not a soul will hear,you trusted me to tell me how you felt sometimes. When I got married I was always chatting you up on WhatsApp to report my husband and you would always say I over reacted,you would make me go back and apologize to him. You were there for me,you were selfless and I may have never told you this but biodun I love you. I will never have a friend like you,that's the truth. You are rare.
I'm sorry I didn't text enough, motherhood overwhelmed me,I'm sorry I wasn't there like you were always there for me,Rest in peace

Rest in love my Smoske

Shared by Ada Nne on June 4, 2021
Smoske! I really can't believe I'm writing this. Back then in QC days, we would joke around a lot. I remember when we used to make fun of the Math teacher then who pronounced 'Small Square' as 'Smoske' and then we nicknamed each other that.

Rest in love and power Abi

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