ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ada Iyoha, 51 years old, born on August 15, 1969, and passed away on January 30, 2021. We will remember her forever.

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Posted by Ruth Oviawe on April 1, 2021
Dearest sis Ada.......... I am still in shock and the tears keep flowing.......
Dearest sis thank you for giving so much to the things of the gospel of our lord Jesus christ..... my great leader turn big sister your big heart towards people and the peace that comes with you is immeasurable...... you will be missed greatly but I know you are in better place......
Rest on sis.
Posted by Aghogho Unukegwo on March 31, 2021
My leader, I heard today you’re now with the Lord. I remember your sacrifice of love and support you showed me especially in 2009 during a stressful pregnancy period, you always had a word, a kind smile and right counsel. You touched so many lives of which I am one of and had a passion for the work of our Lord Jesus Christ. We will meet again at the resurrection morning. Sleep on Sis Ada. 
Posted by Joy Eromosele on March 30, 2021
So difficult to write this tribute for a dear Leader, Sister and friend Sister Ada. You were a unique Leader to me, your words and consel are always on point. Lover of all as your arms are always opened to give that unique embrace of yours. You led by example and expressed unconditional liquid love to me and others.I have seen your words of prophecy come to pass in my life. Who will ask me kekime the way you do? You were unique in so many ways. My consolation is that you are in a better place. You will be greatly missed but you live on in my heart now and always. Rest well my Leader
Posted by Deborah Aderonke on March 25, 2021
Sis Ada, yes I know you have gone to be with the Lord, yes I know you are in a better place, I know that if I have the opportunity to bring you back, you wouldn't want to come. But the truth of the matter is , I missed You! I so missed your kindheartedness that I don't know what to do. You are selfless. I thank GOD I met someone like you before you left; my commitment in the cell ministry would have still be " back and forth" I bealived GOD handed me over to you. I will never forget one day at the cell meeting you were not feeling so well and you took some malaria drugs, on our way home; for that is what you always do, you always take me home despite your house is not far from the cell venue, you will rather sacrifice to take me home, then come back. Anyways while you were taking me home that day, I noticed you were not sounding well at all your breath was not OK, and you were driving with so much swiftnessI told you to make sure you rest properly when you get home and that I was going to call you.
Well I called you as I promised later that day to find out how you were doing, but to me surprised, you keep asking if everything was OK with me, I was shocked probably you were not used to members calling you to find out how you were doing, but instantly I had to let you know I was calling you for you, to find out how you were doing.
Sis Ada you are my sister, and I want to let you know, if you could that, I was about to adopt you as a mother before you left me.
Now i feel, like a child whose mother died and was given another. Of course it can't be same but thank GOD for the Holy Ghost. We shall meet again SURE....Looking forward to that wonderful day
Posted by Mercy Okosun on March 24, 2021
Dear Sis Ada, Your type are rare, you're kind, generous, approachable and a great woman of God. Thank you for the many souls you won for Christ...... Keep resting till we meet at Jesus feet...... heaven gain earth loss.
Posted by winifred chukwuocha on March 22, 2021
Dearest Sis Ada....your passing on to glory came as a shock!Beautiful, elegant, humble and soft spoken Sis Ada. My PCF leader....always available for Gods Work and with a listening ear and encouraging smile to the women. Never allowing your own challenges get In the way of service.
A true Soldier!
Sis Ada, you left early, I cry as I write but I’m encouraged in the word...
Romans 14:7-8 None of us lives to himself( but to the Lord) and none of us dies to himself( but to the Lord.
If we live, we live for the Lord and if we die, we die for the Lord. So wether we live or die, we belong to the Lord.
Adieu Sis Ada till we meet again.
Posted by Nkeonye Chukwuemeka on March 22, 2021
I’ve thought about what I’d write for days now…but today, I just can’t seem to put it into words.

The first day, I met with you, Sis Ada, I was instantly attracted to you because of your sweet, sweet spirit. You would always go down as the nicest person I’ve ever known.

Psalms 73:26 - My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.

2 Corinthians 1:3-4 - Blessed be the God and Father... who comforts us in all our affliction...

Adieu...Sis Ada







Posted by Nkeonye Chukwuemeka on March 22, 2021
I’ve thought about what I’d write for days now…but today, I just can’t seem to put it into words.

The first day, I met with you, Sis Ada, I was instantly attracted to you because of your sweet, sweet spirit. You would always go down as the nicest person I’ve ever known.

Psalms 73:26 - My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever.

2 Corinthians 1:3-4 - Blessed be the God and Father... who comforts us in all our affliction...

Adieu...Sis Ada
Posted by Oby Makwe on March 22, 2021
My dear sis Ada. It's very much like a dream , my last discussion with you was I should start planning for your thanksgiving and testimony service which I was very much excited about.  But today you are no more with us. You are indeed a true friend and a sister full of God's love and wisdom. You sacrificed so much both in the house of God and your service to Humanity.  The legacy you left behind will never be forgotten. I miss you every day but my confidence is that you are in a better place. Just like Paul said you fought a good fight and finished your Race and kept the faith. Your crown of Righteousness awaits you. We shall meet again my beloved sis, sleep on.
Posted by Stella Raymond Esin on March 21, 2021
A.D.A you left suddenly.l wept profusely because l knew l would never have a friend like you again.
You were a friend who understood me like a true sister.You understood my pain ,my fears and will always say to me STAR ...you dont know what you carry.....
A.D.A you gave people your time, your love and care. You are REAL .A true human.Always had a word of encouragement l am convinced you are in the bossom of the lord.Rest in peace my sister until The lord organises our reunion.
Posted by Tola Fagbolagun on March 20, 2021
Sister Ada,you were indeed a shining light. You touched my life a great deal through your numerous teachings at the SWAN meetings. Your topic was always on time management! Sis,did you know that your stay with us here was going to be short? You must have known as it showed in the way you handled every assignment you had. You gave your very best and you excelled in all of them, the numerous awards you received are proofs to this.
Though we would have loved to have you here with us for much,much longer at least till the trumpet sounds,yet we take solace in the truth that you have gone home to your creator,the one who loves you more than any of us could ever do. We also rejoice in the truth that we shall meet again and path no more. Until then, rest on beautiful,soft spoken sis Ada........
Posted by Evelyn osa Bigha on March 19, 2021
Dearest Sister Ada,

I received the news of demise with so much pain and tears until the holy spirit opened my eyes to see the much impact u made on earth here. You were a rare gem, a woman who loved God wholeheartedly and was consistent in faith to your last days. Am consoled that we will meet again. Rest in the bossom of the Lord !
Posted by Tosin Ojomo on March 19, 2021
Thank you for all you did for our Lord Jesus christ. You were indeed a sweet personality.
Posted by Lynda Onefeli on March 17, 2021
Sis Ada, humility and love were your hallmark! You came and you made a difference in the lives of many! You inspired me and I will never forget you. Rest on sweet soul! Forever in my heart!

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Posted by Ruth Oviawe on April 1, 2021
Dearest sis Ada.......... I am still in shock and the tears keep flowing.......
Dearest sis thank you for giving so much to the things of the gospel of our lord Jesus christ..... my great leader turn big sister your big heart towards people and the peace that comes with you is immeasurable...... you will be missed greatly but I know you are in better place......
Rest on sis.
Posted by Aghogho Unukegwo on March 31, 2021
My leader, I heard today you’re now with the Lord. I remember your sacrifice of love and support you showed me especially in 2009 during a stressful pregnancy period, you always had a word, a kind smile and right counsel. You touched so many lives of which I am one of and had a passion for the work of our Lord Jesus Christ. We will meet again at the resurrection morning. Sleep on Sis Ada. 
Posted by Joy Eromosele on March 30, 2021
So difficult to write this tribute for a dear Leader, Sister and friend Sister Ada. You were a unique Leader to me, your words and consel are always on point. Lover of all as your arms are always opened to give that unique embrace of yours. You led by example and expressed unconditional liquid love to me and others.I have seen your words of prophecy come to pass in my life. Who will ask me kekime the way you do? You were unique in so many ways. My consolation is that you are in a better place. You will be greatly missed but you live on in my heart now and always. Rest well my Leader
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Shared by Chinelo Nwaozuzu on March 21, 2021
Dearest sister Ada, it's still like a dream to me that you ve gone to meet with the Lord, Tears has not stop rolling out of my eyes.but one thing that comfort me is that you fought the good fight of faith and you finished well. May your gentle s1oul rest in the bossom hand of God  .Adieu My Leader.