ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Abosede Idowu. We will remember her forever.
Posted by A K on February 18, 2021
Words can be very difficult to list your goodness mummy, emotions can be limited to express your kindness, insights, thoughtfulness. Reflections brings a shared memories about you. Your uniqueness in personality gives me hope of love. You came, You made peace , You conquer.
Thanks you for fighting for everyone's rights. Remember you always in my mind.
Posted by Lekan Olats on February 16, 2021
My dearest mother, I could write a million pages yet unable to say just how much you gave yourself, your love, your resources , care, your everything, how dedicated you were caring for your children and others around you.
You have brought me up in the way of the Lord, you made me what I am today, thanks for your care.
You are a mother that will not hide her feelings, you have left a legacy for us your children,
You were so calm, gentle, responsible and accommodating, we love you but God loves you most, rest in perfect peace dear mum.
Sarah and Seun Aladeyelu
Posted by Lekan Olats on February 16, 2021
A Beautiful Mother and Loving Wife
My mother, you were a very wonderful, courteous, courageous, intelligent and loving woman.
Beautiful in and out.
You were nice to a fault. Amiable and adorable indeed.
You loved and cared for everyone around you
You hated cheats and gossips.
Oh, you were a peaceful and godly woman
There is nothing I can compare to you in this whole wide world after God Almighty.
My mother, a great giver.
You were an irreplaceable support system to your husband and children
Your grandchildren adored you. They all had a friend in you.
Even though you are dead but your spirit and good deeds live on in our hearts
You have won the great battle of life at last.
Rest on my dear mother you deserve a peaceful rest
May your humble soul rest in perfect peace till we meet at the bosom of the Lord Jesus Christ on the last day.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!! My wonderful mother, shield, counsellor, adviser, confidant and friend Abiyamo toto, sun re o.
Barrister Olalekan Oluyemi IDOWU
 
Mother like no other. A giver per excellence.
An epitome of humility and beauty. A lover of God.
An embodiment of humility.
Your transition came as a rude shock to me and to all of us, how I wish it's a dream.
I'll forever miss you for your kind words and all that you stood for.
You will always tell me ‘suuru le o, sugbon o gbodo mu'(meaning patience is hard, but you must be patient)
I never thought I'll be writing your tribute in the next ten years.
I know you're in a better place, resting in the bosom of your maker.
I believe strongly in the words of this song:
'No guilt in life, no fear in death
This is the power of Christ in me
From lives’ first cry to final breath, Jesus commands my destiny
No power of hell
No scheme of man
Can ever pluck me from His hand
Till He returns or calls me home
Here in the power of Christ I'll stand
Adieu mummy!!!!!!!
Oluwajenyo Temilola LEKAN-IDOWU

Haa, Grandma has gone to heaven
I love you grandma
I'll forever miss you
I know you're resting now
I know you're in a better place
Love you grandma
Idunnuoluwa Oluwaseyi LEKAN-IDOWU
  
I had a mother in you, dear mum.
I thank God for you.
Your testimony is encouraging.
A great heart, oninuure ,olokanre, ore gbgbo aye!
Mama feyingboota!! You always shielded us!
You did not want anybody to suffer.
You never wanted trouble for anybody
My mother does not not ‘talk’, ,my mother does not ‘fight’; BUT ojo ti o ba maja, yee you will take!
My mother’s life and death is a message!!!!!
Mummy, you were a contented woman, you loved dad passionately
You had a handful of haters yet you hated no one.
My mum, a victor. You won!!!!!
God gifted you a good life and a good end.
You fasted home, you last words were: ‘ese, ese, ese modupe,efisile, oti tan, oti pari, edide e dide, e ma worry, maa yee, e ma worry won ti de’.
I didn’t understand those words until you passed to glory.
You didn’t want anybody to suffer.
You were a sacrifice.
Iya bi ona gboorogbooro!
Sinmi ni aya Olugbala re titi a o fi pade lese Jesu.
Oludamola IDOWU

Mama Mummy, Grandma O.J, these are what we called you.
You were my husband’s first girlfriend.
You were a loving and caring mother.
You kept saying it to everybody at your last birthday that, who knows, this may be the last one, we charged you not to say that!
On your last birthday you were not happy that we didn’t make bookings for rice for the parlour party as if you knew that was the last! I will really miss you.
Mama rere. You were a very open person.
Happy I was there when you took your last breath, you didn’t even look at our faces!
I thank God you still live on in our hearts. We love you but God loves you more.
Sleep on in the bosom of your Lord and saviour.
Sun re o, abiyamo tooto.
Mobolaji DAMOLA-IDOWU

Grandma,
It is hard to believe you are gone! I only spent 17 years with you but it was fun.
You always attended all my birthdays.
Grandma, thank you for your sacrifices, your care and concern, your love and everything you did for me.
I know you are with God in heaven. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you are my Grandma and my friend.
Rest in peace Grandma.
We love you, we miss you.
See you someday in heaven Grandma.
Olorunjomiloju DAMOLA-IDOWU

Dear Grandma,
We miss you so much.
You always told me not to give up then, so why did you?
Anyway, I pray you rest in peace
Grandma, you said you would be there for my birthday but I don’t think you can anymore because you are gone.
AdIeu!! Grandma
RerelOluwa DAMOLA-IDOWU
 
Mum, you are the mother I received the day I wedded your daughter
And I just want to thank you, Mum, for everything you have done
You have given me a gracious daughter with whom to share my life
You raised in love a little girl and then gave me a lovely wife.
The birthday wishes and songs we sang together a few days ago resonates your love and the wonderful mother-in-law you are!
You meant so much to me, and your grandchildren
You are so special and that is no lie
Your smile alone warmed our hearts; your laugh was like music to hear.
We know you are happy now, and no longer in any pain.
You will never be forgotten!!!
Dr. ‘Sola ONIOSUN

The transition to glory of my beautiful, caring, generous and adorable mum has put me speechless all day!
No iota of doubt she lived a very good life of love and care which impacted so many lives both young and old.
My mum was a gentle, fun loving woman of God, selfless and generous to a fault.
Mum, we love you but it is evident that God loves you more and that's why He has decided to take you to Himself at this time.
I pray your beautiful and kind soul eternally rest in perfect peace
Trusting God to comfort our beloved dad and the rest of the family because it’s not easy for us all at this time.
May God grant us the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss.
Yetunde IDOWU ONIOSUN

It is well with your soul wherever you may be now. A special place called heaven where I know you are right now, watching over us. I remember when you always use to sing on my birthday but I am going to miss your songs and your calls this year especially that I am turning 16. I will miss you so much but I know God wanted you to be at peace that is why He has taken you to heaven to be with Him
Ore ONIOSUN

You may have passed away but you still live on in our hearts. You have always been there for us and by our side whenever we were happy, whenever we were sad or whenever we were scared.
Wherever you may be, may you rest in a better place and in peace. Thank you for being in our lives.
Thank you Grandma for a gift of YOU!
David ONIOSUN

Oh! My Mother-in-law
I praised God the day I first met you in Ibadan, I had come to visit Abiodun (my wife now) in the early 2003 from Abuja. I greeted you, you welcomed me like you had known me before the time of visit and you made me feel at home. We spoke at length, traversing into different topical issues of life, I guess you did that in a bid to assess me and according to Abbey, she quoted you as saying that:” if that boy that came is proposing to you, please accept his proposal as he is going to make a good husband”. And to God be the glory we are 17 years counting.
I would say that the chemistry was natural and real and we connected well like a mother to a son. I am known to say things the way they are. Mama, you were a good woman, a good Christian, always displaying the virtues of a focused and heavenly bound Christian.
A true mother who was appreciative of everything however little others may see it.
We enjoyed your presence each time we had to come together with grandpa. I remember with nostalgia my last conversation with you when you celebrated your 77th birthday October 3, 2020 about 19 days to your transition and Tamilore, your grandson asked “how old are you Grandma”? And I answered by saying: Tamilore Grandma is 70 years older than you and we all laughed.
Thank you ma for the life of sacrifice, always encouraging us to be good Christians with focus on heaven.
I would leave the Idowu family and other well-wishers with these quotes:
1. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. (Matthew 5:4 ​ NKJV)
2. And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died so you will not grieve like people who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life again, we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him the believers who have died. (1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, NLT)
Consequent on the above quotes, I pray dear mother that the family you have left behind will be comforted and we will all meet at the foot of Jesus at the resurrection morning in Jesus name.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
By ‘Lekan OLATUNJI FCA

Dear mother, you were a rare gem!!!
You were my first teacher, first love, best friend, critic, gist partner, prayer warrior and confidant.
To many you were just a woman but to all of us your children, you were our world.
You did not build mansions yet you built US.
You had no millions left in your bank accounts yet you have left sweet memories, great and enduring legacies money cannot buy.
Who can deny you were a virtuous, dutiful, humble, forgiving, patient wife and mother?
Many can testify of your patience, longsuffering and enduring spirit.
You only saw the good in all.
You were a friend to the young and old.
You were selfless and a blessing to many.
Life threw a lot of challenges at you and you overcame all in your patience.
Thank you for those battles you fought for our sakes.
Thank you for your sacrifices, prayers and godly teachings.
Thank you for raising us well.
Thank you for your generosity and friendship.
Thank you for all you were to me, my siblings, our dad, our spouses and your lovely grandchildren.
Thank you for loving and believing in our dad till death snatched you away from him.
God knows you needed eternal rest from all the struggles of life.
You have fought a good fight and you have won all battles!
Your memories bring smiles to my grieving soul.
Rest on my dearest mum until we meet on the resurrection morning.
You are irreplaceable!!!!!!!
I‘ll miss you forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Abiodun IDOWU OLATUNJI

Words can’t  describe the amount of sadness and disbelief I’m in right now, I have just lost my dear grandmother and my second mother.
In all honesty, I cannot remember our exact last time together but I’m glad about all the memories of times we shared together.
Answering all my questions and telling me stories as a little boy, but it’s okay I know you‘re in a better place now free from all kinds of harm and pains and I know you are watching over me and family in heaven. RIP GRANDMA ❤
Samuel Jesuloba OLATUNJI

I cannot describe the pains I feel right now. My heart aches and I’m praying so badly that that isn’t real that is just a dream that you‘re gone and that you’re still alive.
Heaven just gained another beautiful soul and I pray that you find happiness. I know you’re up there right now watching over everyone and protecting us. Even though you’re gone, I know you are in a place where there is no pain, away from all the bad things that’s happening in the world; I’m glad you’re safe.
I miss and love you!!!!
Kemisola Jesulayomi OLATUNJI
 
Dear grandma you were the best.
You never failed to make me feel happy.
You always made sure I was doing well.
You always made me feel welcomed always although I didn’t get to see you in a while.
For your kind and warm heart I will miss you so much.
Bimisola Jesutofunmi OLATUNJI

Dear Grandma,
I hope you are happy up there in heaven. Grandma thank you for always being there and taking care of everyone, you were a very nice person and I hope that you rest in peace and everyone feels better.
Tamilore Jesutobiloba OLATUNJI
 
My mother-in-law, my mummy, you are an angel of God that lived among men. Mummy was a rare gem and her words of advice helped me and my family a lot. She kept telling me and my wife during the early stage of our marriage that we should not worry that ‘’we should wait for the Lord’’. We bless God today that her prayers have come to pass in our home. Mummy was very caring, loving, peaceful, gentle, hospitable, enduring and accommodating. Mummy was not bothered about the things of this world. She focused on the things of God and not a materialistic type. Her devotion to Christ and things of God helped me personally in my Christian journey. Anytime, I had an opportunity to speak with her on the phone she would counsel me and offer prayers. She lived a very quiet and peaceful life. Mummy, the memory of your good works will ever remain fresh in our minds. The testimony of your last few minutes on earth gave us strong conviction that you made heaven. This remains our joy as we honour and celebrate a life well spent. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You are one in a million. We all miss you, ma……
Ifedayo FASAKIN. 
 
Oh! My sweet mum, it's still hard for me to believe you are gone forever but am consoled with the fact that you are already with your maker. You were indeed a woman with a beautiful soul. Your last words were “they are here', thank you'. The angels came to take you home. I pray that the good Lord in His infinite Mercy will give us all the grace to live our lives for Him to the end so that we can see again. You were so peaceful, humble, respectful, kind-hearted, and you taught us a lot. You exhibited all the fruits of the spirit. You were a rare gem. An angel in human form. You taught us never to pay evil for evil but to always do good. You would always say...” E ma see oore. Oore o kin poju."
All the sweet testimonies I've been reading about you gladden my heart and I pray the good Lord will console all of us that you left behind. Sun re o mama oninure!
Oh! We will forever miss you and your kind gestures.
Omolaraeni FASAKIN

My dear grandma
 How I wish I could express my emotions towards your death, but I can't.
I remember all your words of advice you gave me when I was younger, you told me to always put God first in everything that I do.
Words can't express the love I have for you ma
  RIP Grandma!!!!
David FASAKIN

My sweet and lovely grandma, how i wished you were alive, I was so heartbroken when I heard you were gone. You brought joy into my heart whenever you sang my favorite song, it was like an angel singing to me.
Your sweet voice always made me happy. It is so sad i can't hear your sweet voice any more. I am so happy you are with your creator, and i am so sure you made heaven because you had a righteous soul.
God always wants people with righteous soul to be with him.
You are the best grandmother any grandchild could ever wished for.
I❤ you with all my heart.
Father Lord protect us ALL.
Good night grandma
Anuoluwa Deborah FASAKIN

I want Grandma to wake up. Nothing must happen to her and she will go to heaven.
Daniel FASAKIN

Posted by Abayomi Akande Martins on February 16, 2021
Mummy Iyaganku hmmmm.
You will forever be missed.
You are one of my greatest Aunt, the one who never fought me for one day, the one who smiles at me all the time.
You made me understand what family meant and no matter what do not get angry with anyone .

Forever in our hearts.
May your soul continue to rest with the Lord.
Posted by Oyinlola Adekanmbi on February 12, 2021
Thank God for your life manifesting the fruit of the spirit in all situations, you endure,you longsuffering and you care for everyone, both young and old. In fact your marital life taught me a lot of lesson which is helping me till date,initially I thought it was foolishness but I later found out it pays and that has helped me a lot.
Sleep on sister,till resurrection morning when we shall meet to part no more
Jesus is Lord
Posted by Emily Oladoja on February 12, 2021
She was there at my birth which means she knew my beginning.
She was my teacher and mentor
She was my nurse
She was all u can humanly speak to me
She left me unannounced
Sleep on till resurrection when u shall collect ur crown of glory
Posted by Olabisi Ibitoye Adewara on February 12, 2021
I met Mummy when I was in secondary school, I went to see my friend Omolara, Mummy was very kind to me. All the time I was there, I’d never seen her angry, she was friendly irrespective of our age difference, mummy will relate like your friend. Always smiling, Always admonishing us but never forceful. I saw grace in her, an amiable person to the core. Very soft yet firm. Very caring and beautiful. I saw my friend Omolara a lot in her same with all her siblings. Such good people. She was a rare gem. Continue to rest on Mummy.
Posted by Abiodun Olatunji on February 11, 2021
Mother like no other.Your demise has created a vacuum no one can fill in our lives.
You were such a gem, an angel in human form.
Thank you for all you were to us all, a friend, companion and a bridge.
We shall forever miss you!!!
Adieu dear mother!!!
Sun re o,mama oninure.

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Posted by A K on February 18, 2021
Words can be very difficult to list your goodness mummy, emotions can be limited to express your kindness, insights, thoughtfulness. Reflections brings a shared memories about you. Your uniqueness in personality gives me hope of love. You came, You made peace , You conquer.
Thanks you for fighting for everyone's rights. Remember you always in my mind.
Posted by Lekan Olats on February 16, 2021
My dearest mother, I could write a million pages yet unable to say just how much you gave yourself, your love, your resources , care, your everything, how dedicated you were caring for your children and others around you.
You have brought me up in the way of the Lord, you made me what I am today, thanks for your care.
You are a mother that will not hide her feelings, you have left a legacy for us your children,
You were so calm, gentle, responsible and accommodating, we love you but God loves you most, rest in perfect peace dear mum.
Sarah and Seun Aladeyelu
Posted by Lekan Olats on February 16, 2021
A Beautiful Mother and Loving Wife
My mother, you were a very wonderful, courteous, courageous, intelligent and loving woman.
Beautiful in and out.
You were nice to a fault. Amiable and adorable indeed.
You loved and cared for everyone around you
You hated cheats and gossips.
Oh, you were a peaceful and godly woman
There is nothing I can compare to you in this whole wide world after God Almighty.
My mother, a great giver.
You were an irreplaceable support system to your husband and children
Your grandchildren adored you. They all had a friend in you.
Even though you are dead but your spirit and good deeds live on in our hearts
You have won the great battle of life at last.
Rest on my dear mother you deserve a peaceful rest
May your humble soul rest in perfect peace till we meet at the bosom of the Lord Jesus Christ on the last day.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!! My wonderful mother, shield, counsellor, adviser, confidant and friend Abiyamo toto, sun re o.
Barrister Olalekan Oluyemi IDOWU
 
Mother like no other. A giver per excellence.
An epitome of humility and beauty. A lover of God.
An embodiment of humility.
Your transition came as a rude shock to me and to all of us, how I wish it's a dream.
I'll forever miss you for your kind words and all that you stood for.
You will always tell me ‘suuru le o, sugbon o gbodo mu'(meaning patience is hard, but you must be patient)
I never thought I'll be writing your tribute in the next ten years.
I know you're in a better place, resting in the bosom of your maker.
I believe strongly in the words of this song:
'No guilt in life, no fear in death
This is the power of Christ in me
From lives’ first cry to final breath, Jesus commands my destiny
No power of hell
No scheme of man
Can ever pluck me from His hand
Till He returns or calls me home
Here in the power of Christ I'll stand
Adieu mummy!!!!!!!
Oluwajenyo Temilola LEKAN-IDOWU

Haa, Grandma has gone to heaven
I love you grandma
I'll forever miss you
I know you're resting now
I know you're in a better place
Love you grandma
Idunnuoluwa Oluwaseyi LEKAN-IDOWU
  
I had a mother in you, dear mum.
I thank God for you.
Your testimony is encouraging.
A great heart, oninuure ,olokanre, ore gbgbo aye!
Mama feyingboota!! You always shielded us!
You did not want anybody to suffer.
You never wanted trouble for anybody
My mother does not not ‘talk’, ,my mother does not ‘fight’; BUT ojo ti o ba maja, yee you will take!
My mother’s life and death is a message!!!!!
Mummy, you were a contented woman, you loved dad passionately
You had a handful of haters yet you hated no one.
My mum, a victor. You won!!!!!
God gifted you a good life and a good end.
You fasted home, you last words were: ‘ese, ese, ese modupe,efisile, oti tan, oti pari, edide e dide, e ma worry, maa yee, e ma worry won ti de’.
I didn’t understand those words until you passed to glory.
You didn’t want anybody to suffer.
You were a sacrifice.
Iya bi ona gboorogbooro!
Sinmi ni aya Olugbala re titi a o fi pade lese Jesu.
Oludamola IDOWU

Mama Mummy, Grandma O.J, these are what we called you.
You were my husband’s first girlfriend.
You were a loving and caring mother.
You kept saying it to everybody at your last birthday that, who knows, this may be the last one, we charged you not to say that!
On your last birthday you were not happy that we didn’t make bookings for rice for the parlour party as if you knew that was the last! I will really miss you.
Mama rere. You were a very open person.
Happy I was there when you took your last breath, you didn’t even look at our faces!
I thank God you still live on in our hearts. We love you but God loves you more.
Sleep on in the bosom of your Lord and saviour.
Sun re o, abiyamo tooto.
Mobolaji DAMOLA-IDOWU

Grandma,
It is hard to believe you are gone! I only spent 17 years with you but it was fun.
You always attended all my birthdays.
Grandma, thank you for your sacrifices, your care and concern, your love and everything you did for me.
I know you are with God in heaven. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you are my Grandma and my friend.
Rest in peace Grandma.
We love you, we miss you.
See you someday in heaven Grandma.
Olorunjomiloju DAMOLA-IDOWU

Dear Grandma,
We miss you so much.
You always told me not to give up then, so why did you?
Anyway, I pray you rest in peace
Grandma, you said you would be there for my birthday but I don’t think you can anymore because you are gone.
AdIeu!! Grandma
RerelOluwa DAMOLA-IDOWU
 
Mum, you are the mother I received the day I wedded your daughter
And I just want to thank you, Mum, for everything you have done
You have given me a gracious daughter with whom to share my life
You raised in love a little girl and then gave me a lovely wife.
The birthday wishes and songs we sang together a few days ago resonates your love and the wonderful mother-in-law you are!
You meant so much to me, and your grandchildren
You are so special and that is no lie
Your smile alone warmed our hearts; your laugh was like music to hear.
We know you are happy now, and no longer in any pain.
You will never be forgotten!!!
Dr. ‘Sola ONIOSUN

The transition to glory of my beautiful, caring, generous and adorable mum has put me speechless all day!
No iota of doubt she lived a very good life of love and care which impacted so many lives both young and old.
My mum was a gentle, fun loving woman of God, selfless and generous to a fault.
Mum, we love you but it is evident that God loves you more and that's why He has decided to take you to Himself at this time.
I pray your beautiful and kind soul eternally rest in perfect peace
Trusting God to comfort our beloved dad and the rest of the family because it’s not easy for us all at this time.
May God grant us the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss.
Yetunde IDOWU ONIOSUN

It is well with your soul wherever you may be now. A special place called heaven where I know you are right now, watching over us. I remember when you always use to sing on my birthday but I am going to miss your songs and your calls this year especially that I am turning 16. I will miss you so much but I know God wanted you to be at peace that is why He has taken you to heaven to be with Him
Ore ONIOSUN

You may have passed away but you still live on in our hearts. You have always been there for us and by our side whenever we were happy, whenever we were sad or whenever we were scared.
Wherever you may be, may you rest in a better place and in peace. Thank you for being in our lives.
Thank you Grandma for a gift of YOU!
David ONIOSUN

Oh! My Mother-in-law
I praised God the day I first met you in Ibadan, I had come to visit Abiodun (my wife now) in the early 2003 from Abuja. I greeted you, you welcomed me like you had known me before the time of visit and you made me feel at home. We spoke at length, traversing into different topical issues of life, I guess you did that in a bid to assess me and according to Abbey, she quoted you as saying that:” if that boy that came is proposing to you, please accept his proposal as he is going to make a good husband”. And to God be the glory we are 17 years counting.
I would say that the chemistry was natural and real and we connected well like a mother to a son. I am known to say things the way they are. Mama, you were a good woman, a good Christian, always displaying the virtues of a focused and heavenly bound Christian.
A true mother who was appreciative of everything however little others may see it.
We enjoyed your presence each time we had to come together with grandpa. I remember with nostalgia my last conversation with you when you celebrated your 77th birthday October 3, 2020 about 19 days to your transition and Tamilore, your grandson asked “how old are you Grandma”? And I answered by saying: Tamilore Grandma is 70 years older than you and we all laughed.
Thank you ma for the life of sacrifice, always encouraging us to be good Christians with focus on heaven.
I would leave the Idowu family and other well-wishers with these quotes:
1. Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. (Matthew 5:4 ​ NKJV)
2. And now, dear brothers and sisters, we want you to know what will happen to the believers who have died so you will not grieve like people who have no hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and was raised to life again, we also believe that when Jesus returns, God will bring back with him the believers who have died. (1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, NLT)
Consequent on the above quotes, I pray dear mother that the family you have left behind will be comforted and we will all meet at the foot of Jesus at the resurrection morning in Jesus name.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
By ‘Lekan OLATUNJI FCA

Dear mother, you were a rare gem!!!
You were my first teacher, first love, best friend, critic, gist partner, prayer warrior and confidant.
To many you were just a woman but to all of us your children, you were our world.
You did not build mansions yet you built US.
You had no millions left in your bank accounts yet you have left sweet memories, great and enduring legacies money cannot buy.
Who can deny you were a virtuous, dutiful, humble, forgiving, patient wife and mother?
Many can testify of your patience, longsuffering and enduring spirit.
You only saw the good in all.
You were a friend to the young and old.
You were selfless and a blessing to many.
Life threw a lot of challenges at you and you overcame all in your patience.
Thank you for those battles you fought for our sakes.
Thank you for your sacrifices, prayers and godly teachings.
Thank you for raising us well.
Thank you for your generosity and friendship.
Thank you for all you were to me, my siblings, our dad, our spouses and your lovely grandchildren.
Thank you for loving and believing in our dad till death snatched you away from him.
God knows you needed eternal rest from all the struggles of life.
You have fought a good fight and you have won all battles!
Your memories bring smiles to my grieving soul.
Rest on my dearest mum until we meet on the resurrection morning.
You are irreplaceable!!!!!!!
I‘ll miss you forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Abiodun IDOWU OLATUNJI

Words can’t  describe the amount of sadness and disbelief I’m in right now, I have just lost my dear grandmother and my second mother.
In all honesty, I cannot remember our exact last time together but I’m glad about all the memories of times we shared together.
Answering all my questions and telling me stories as a little boy, but it’s okay I know you‘re in a better place now free from all kinds of harm and pains and I know you are watching over me and family in heaven. RIP GRANDMA ❤
Samuel Jesuloba OLATUNJI

I cannot describe the pains I feel right now. My heart aches and I’m praying so badly that that isn’t real that is just a dream that you‘re gone and that you’re still alive.
Heaven just gained another beautiful soul and I pray that you find happiness. I know you’re up there right now watching over everyone and protecting us. Even though you’re gone, I know you are in a place where there is no pain, away from all the bad things that’s happening in the world; I’m glad you’re safe.
I miss and love you!!!!
Kemisola Jesulayomi OLATUNJI
 
Dear grandma you were the best.
You never failed to make me feel happy.
You always made sure I was doing well.
You always made me feel welcomed always although I didn’t get to see you in a while.
For your kind and warm heart I will miss you so much.
Bimisola Jesutofunmi OLATUNJI

Dear Grandma,
I hope you are happy up there in heaven. Grandma thank you for always being there and taking care of everyone, you were a very nice person and I hope that you rest in peace and everyone feels better.
Tamilore Jesutobiloba OLATUNJI
 
My mother-in-law, my mummy, you are an angel of God that lived among men. Mummy was a rare gem and her words of advice helped me and my family a lot. She kept telling me and my wife during the early stage of our marriage that we should not worry that ‘’we should wait for the Lord’’. We bless God today that her prayers have come to pass in our home. Mummy was very caring, loving, peaceful, gentle, hospitable, enduring and accommodating. Mummy was not bothered about the things of this world. She focused on the things of God and not a materialistic type. Her devotion to Christ and things of God helped me personally in my Christian journey. Anytime, I had an opportunity to speak with her on the phone she would counsel me and offer prayers. She lived a very quiet and peaceful life. Mummy, the memory of your good works will ever remain fresh in our minds. The testimony of your last few minutes on earth gave us strong conviction that you made heaven. This remains our joy as we honour and celebrate a life well spent. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You are one in a million. We all miss you, ma……
Ifedayo FASAKIN. 
 
Oh! My sweet mum, it's still hard for me to believe you are gone forever but am consoled with the fact that you are already with your maker. You were indeed a woman with a beautiful soul. Your last words were “they are here', thank you'. The angels came to take you home. I pray that the good Lord in His infinite Mercy will give us all the grace to live our lives for Him to the end so that we can see again. You were so peaceful, humble, respectful, kind-hearted, and you taught us a lot. You exhibited all the fruits of the spirit. You were a rare gem. An angel in human form. You taught us never to pay evil for evil but to always do good. You would always say...” E ma see oore. Oore o kin poju."
All the sweet testimonies I've been reading about you gladden my heart and I pray the good Lord will console all of us that you left behind. Sun re o mama oninure!
Oh! We will forever miss you and your kind gestures.
Omolaraeni FASAKIN

My dear grandma
 How I wish I could express my emotions towards your death, but I can't.
I remember all your words of advice you gave me when I was younger, you told me to always put God first in everything that I do.
Words can't express the love I have for you ma
  RIP Grandma!!!!
David FASAKIN

My sweet and lovely grandma, how i wished you were alive, I was so heartbroken when I heard you were gone. You brought joy into my heart whenever you sang my favorite song, it was like an angel singing to me.
Your sweet voice always made me happy. It is so sad i can't hear your sweet voice any more. I am so happy you are with your creator, and i am so sure you made heaven because you had a righteous soul.
God always wants people with righteous soul to be with him.
You are the best grandmother any grandchild could ever wished for.
I❤ you with all my heart.
Father Lord protect us ALL.
Good night grandma
Anuoluwa Deborah FASAKIN

I want Grandma to wake up. Nothing must happen to her and she will go to heaven.
Daniel FASAKIN

her Life

Sweet are your memories!!!!

Dear mother, you were a rare gem!!!

You were my first teacher, first love, best friend, critic, gist partner, prayer warrior and confidant.

To many you were just a woman but to all of us your children, you were our world.

You did not build mansions yet you built US.

You had no millions left in your bank accounts yet you have left sweet memories, great and enduring legacies money cannot buy.

Who can deny you were a virtuous, dutiful, humble, forgiving, patient wife and mother?

Many can testify of your patience longsuffering and enduring spirit.

You only saw the good in all.

You were a friend to the young and old.

You were selfless and a blessing to many.

Life threw a lot of challenges at you and you won all in your patience.

Thank you for those battles you fought for our sakes.

Thank you for your sacrifices, prayers and godly teachings.

Thank you for raising us well.

Thank you for your generosity and friendship.

Thank you for all you were to me, my siblings, our dad, our spouses and your lovely grandchildren.

Thank you for loving and believing in our dad till death snatched you away from him.

God knows you needed eternal rest from all the struggles of life.

You have fought a good fight and you have won all.

Your memories bring smiles to my grieving soul.

Rest on my dearest mum until we meet on the resurrection morning.

You are irreplaceable!!!!!!!

I‘ll miss you forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Abiodun IDOWU OLATUNJI

Mama mummy is gone but forever in our hearts!!!!

Dearmother, you were a rare gem!!!

You were my first teacher, first love, best friend, critic, gist partner, prayer warrior and confidant.

To many you were just a woman but to all of us your children, you were our world.

You did not build mansions yet you built US.

You had no millions left in your bank accounts yet you have left sweet memories, great and enduring legacies money cannot buy.

Who can deny you were a virtuous, dutiful, humble, forgiving, patient wife and mother?

Many can testify of your patience longsuffering and enduring spirit.

You only saw the good in all.

You were a friend to the young and old.

You were selfless and a blessing to many.

Life threw a lot of challenges at you and you won all in your patience.

Thank you for those battles you fought for our sakes.

Thank you for your sacrifices, prayers and godly teachings.

Thank you for raising us well.

Thank you for your generosity and friendship.

Thank you for all you were to me, my siblings, our dad, our spouses and your lovely grandchildren.

Thank you for loving and believing in our dad till death snatched you away from him.

God knows you needed eternal rest from all the struggles of life.

You have fought a good fight and you have won all.

Your memories bring smiles to my grieving soul.

Rest on my dearest mum until we meet on the resurrection morning.

You are irreplaceable!!!!!!!

I‘ll miss you forever!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Abiodun IDOWU OLATUNJI

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Shared by Enoch Iyinoluwa on February 12, 2021
"Mummy Iyanganku"as we fondly called her was an embodiment of kindness I mean if kindness were to be a person that was mummy how can I ever forget her and her words of hope and encouragement each time she sees me it's "ma worry o maa da" meaning don't worry all will be well. Thank you for your heart of kindness grandma although death took you away from us but we are so much rest assured that you are in a better place and that is enough to keep us all going rest on Grandma, your memories will forever be cherished.