This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adetokunbo Abayomi Olorunnimbe, 60 years old, born on May 26, 1958, and passed away on March 30, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Adeniji Adejumo on May 26, 2020
The last meeting with you on inter departmental conflicts and the need for cohesion and collaboration during major RCCG programs is still indelibly etched in my heart. Rest on God's general.
Posted by Owolabi Oriola on May 26, 2020
My Daddy, eternal spiritual, your memory will remain indelible in my heart forever. I know you are triumphant in Heaven.
Posted by Chioma Akin-Adekeye on May 26, 2020
You share same birthdate with my husband. Funnily you share a lot of things in common with my late father-in-law. My husband was excited, trying to settle in to a new 'Father', then you took off Sir and went to heaven. Continue to cheer us from over there. When I see you in heaven, I have some questions for you sir. Rest on sir. Say hi to the saints we know.
Posted by Modupe Adesanya on June 8, 2019
My gentle and peaceful in-law carried an aura of righteousness. A man who loved God and showed it in every aspect of his life. I pray that the Lord will watch over your wife and children and the Olorunnibe family, especially the aged man you left behind.
(I'm a cousin to mummy Botu, Dupe Olorunnibe"s mum)
Posted by Olusola Ayodele on April 16, 2019
Thank God for a short but eventful life well spent in God's vineyard Pastor Adetokunbo Olorunnibe. I remembered you back in the days at Jehovah Jireh and LAFROGRAMS. I pray that God will comfort and uphold your loved ones and the body of Christ in general.
You came, you saw and you conquered. Glory be to God.
May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of your creator until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Hannah Smith on April 10, 2019
Rest on well servant of God from your labour. May God comfort all your loved ones and the church family left behind. It is well!!
Posted by Jide Obe on April 10, 2019
Oh! My dear Pastor Toks Olorunnimbe.
I stumbled upon the news of your passing just yesterday night, unfortunately even after your burial hence could not dash down to Lagos to pay my last respects.
But I kept vigil overnight for you, for you were a wonderful person, and words are not enough to say how much you meant to me, and how much I will miss you.
Rest in Peace Sir.
Posted by Sola Odewabi on April 10, 2019
May the soul of Pastor Adetokunbo continue to rest in peace. Adieu!
Posted by Dee Oo on April 8, 2019
Pastor was precious on many fronts. First of all, his genuine love for God was open and central to his ministry and relationships. He was kind, very open and so plain that it was difficult, if not impossible, to misunderstand him.
On another level, considering the office he held in the mission and the resultant associations, he was so simple and self effacing that it's often difficult to understand. In all, he was such a blessing to the church in the way he touched lives in general and on the personal level.  
My family was privileged to have made his association and we cherish his memory. We miss him and pray that God will uphold mummy and the rest of the family and give them the grace to uphold and build upon the legacy of Daddy Olorunnimbe. 
He was a father indeed.
From Stephen Falomo and family. 
Posted by Kehinde Osinowo on April 8, 2019
We are blessed to have had pastor Tokunbo as an inlaw, through our sibling , Barrister Eniola Idowu Williams nee Taiwo, mother of Bode williams.
Bode is the husband of Sayo williams (nee Olorunimbe) Daughter of Late Pastor Tokunbo.
Sayo's sterling virtues as a christian woman , is a testament and perfect reflection of the life and times of Pastor Tokunbo, a true christian role model , a Godly Dad and an outstanding man of God with undoubtable integrity.
Without doubt, the late Pastor Olorunnimbe managed his household with the Christian values of love and humility,
May the Lord give the entire Olorunimbe family , the fortitude and peace to bear pain of departure of Pastor Adetokunbo Olorunnimbe
to heaven in Jesus name.
We must not mourn as those who have no hope...1Thes 4 vs 13-18

John Olubukola Taiwo ..
For the Taiwo family.
Posted by OLaniyi Ayansanya on April 8, 2019
Pastor Toks. RIP
Posted by Ugonna Maduagufor on April 6, 2019
Dear Pastor, God loves you more than any human could ever do.
Loving, caring and honest; are the words that can describe everything I can say about you. I got to know you as my pastor in 2013, the very year I got married. My family can never forget all the attention, care and amazing love you always gave to us sacrificially.
May our ever faithful God console and always take care of your family. Amen.
Posted by Olubunmi Okanlawon on April 6, 2019
Eternal rest grant him oh Lord and let your light perpetual shine upon your beloved son Pastor AdeTokunbo Olorunnimbe.We love you but God love you most.
Posted by Osunkoya Tope on April 6, 2019
May his soul rest in perfect peace. We will missed in here on earth and we shall meet in heaven in Jesus name, especially in ushering department we will never forget you in our memories. You are a leader, friend, counselor, teacher and mentor. Through you are a child of God.
Posted by Eniola Oke on April 6, 2019
My dear Daddy, gone so suddenly and so soon. I know that I'm not to sorrow as those without hope but your passing to glory hurts so much and my heart is uncontrollably very sorrowful. In your passing I have lost a confidant, mentor, benefactor, encourager, my Pastor, friend and Father. How I wish that I had made more time available to be with you to glean more of your wisdom, gentleness and the special grace of God upon your life.
Why you had to leave so soon, I shall understand better by and by.
I love and miss you so much and by God's grace I will labour more and live by the day for the Lord just as you did so that by divine mercy I will enter into His rest just as you have.
Sleep on my Daddy until we see again on the resurrection morning.
Posted by Femi Odusola on April 6, 2019
It's so sad that you left so quickly, you were such a wonderful leader, a great mentor and a great example of humility.
You really conquered no doubt we all gonna missed you.
Rest on my amiable leader.
From all of us in Ogun 15
Goodnight sir.
Posted by Rosemary Ekong on April 6, 2019
Daddy Pastor. Our dear Daddy. A Flying rumour now new,when I got the new of your departure I taught I was dreaming, but it's was true, Daddy have Fought the battle and you Won the Crown of glory. We know that right now you are with your maker rejoicing, bcos you are a true man of God, a good man, a Mentor, a giver, a problem Solver, a peaceful man. Always putting smile on people's face, Daddy you lived the life of peace, Fairness and equity at all time, you are indeed a good nd peaceful man. You have created a vacuum no one can fit, Daddy we are sad but we can not question God. Sure Heaven is your home our Daddy. May the Almighty God. Comfort our dear Mummy, the Children and the family. Sleep well Daddy until we meet to part no more. Adieu Daddy....
Posted by Oge Slender on April 5, 2019
Asking for a Child of God, Pastor Tokunbo will readily come to mind. You cant meet him and not find the true definition of a Christian. God will comfort his family and the Church of God. IT IS WELL.
Posted by Magnus Maduka on April 4, 2019
Olorunnimbe is a child of God through and through. He helped me get the C of O of our home. He was for real. Money was certainly not his god. He was a sharp contrast to the fakery and quackery that are ten a kobo in our Mission today. His dedication, like those of Pastors Omorodion and Jide Owotori (now in the US) were a great asset to the ushering department at the National Headquarters, Ebute Metta !
No one forced them to be dedicated. They were spontaneous in their dedication - can dedication be truly forced down the throats of people, without them throwing up?
They are some of the real heroes of the growth of our dear Mission.
O for more assets like Tokunbo Olorunnimbe! The first born of a Muslim judge father. He was born with the proverbial silver spoon in his mouth but he was so secure he never tried to rub in his enviable pedigree. Bragging is the pastime of riffraffs. He went full time in 2000, walking away from his thriving law practice at Dolphin Estate - his Muslim dad must have given up any attempts to return him to Islam on that note!
His love for the G.O was so great that he could go hungry just to hear daddy’s messages. Eye service was far from his goal in life.
He spoke with candour each time he had to. His role as secretary to the G.O. most likely made it unnecessary for the G.O. to go head hunting for another secretary for the 19 years they worked together. This must be underscored because 19 years in an office as busy as daddy’s is not a walk in the park. He neither used his connection with daddy for personal gain nor for accelerating the elevations of his buddies! We all are players in Church Politics - some for the right reasons and others for less than noble reasons. My dear friend and Pastor Olorunnimbe was a player in Church Politics with the noblest of motives!
We will not sorrow like unbelievers but a shining star just took leave of us.
The Mission will sorely miss him!
Posted by Abayomi Olabode Osatuyi on April 4, 2019
To God alone be the glory, it's a bit challenging (in a little space and time) writing about a leader, brother, father, Pastor, amongst the many parts he's played in my life and that of my family, an epitome of righteousness, difficult to fault, an epistle you can read, humble, never carried his position in his actions, forthright, very disciplined, family man who cherished the home, and above all humane; he appreciates the fact that grace is not same for everyone hence would tap into the grace in individual lives to give assignments, took challenges of people as his own, very generous, Spirit filled and guided, there were instances we had agreed on some decisions, only for us after meeting with him (in his depth of Godly wisdom) we now realize how folly those decisions were, I can go on and on, time and space will sure fail me, his leadership style was different, had Faith that it was just doable, dogged, sincere, the body of Christ has sure lost a general who is a gain for heaven, we're persuaded that we'll see again and we're comforted by the words in 1 Thes 4:14-18, I'll forever thank God for bringing Pastor Adetokunbo Abayomi Olorunnimbe along my path as destiny helper, He'll surely be forever missed. Shalom.
Posted by Toro Sokoya on April 4, 2019
A child of God indeed.
So gentle and full of kindness.
Words fail me to express in detail
How much you mean to us
You will always hold a special place in our hearts
I will see you in glory again
Posted by Oluyemisi Aina on April 4, 2019
Thanking God for a life that served in surrender and finished well. Be Comforted Modu ~A THRONE ROOM GIFT IN ALL RAMIFICATIONS HAS GONE BACK TO BE WITH THE LORD.
Posted by Owolabi Oriola on April 4, 2019
As sudden and shocking this may be, we can't but thank God for His grace upon his life.
His style of leadership is highly exemplary, his ability to render power to nothing even when the power to do and undo is at his disposition. 
Quiet, humble, articulate , easy going, Indefatigable, spirit filled, a good listener , a loyal servant, a simple man that goes about his daily duties barely unnoticed.
A true man of God with a difference, the history of RCCG can't be complete without mentioning you. God sent, God Chosen, God ordained. Pre destined to lead. We love you but not as much as God does.
Adieu my unique NHU.
Posted by Temitope Ogunbayo on April 4, 2019
This is the FINAL COPY
Our Leader Has Gone Ahead
While it is no longer news that Pastor Adetokunbo Olorunnimbe, the Special Assistant to the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, has passed on, the good news is that you have gone ahead to also help prepare a place for us with our Maker.
Although you left so suddenly, Daddy, we are also consoled by the certain knowledge that one day, we shall all gather at the feet of our Lord Jesus Christ, to part no more.
Our dear gentle & able National Head Usher, words fail us at this moment at your shocking passage at the tender age of 60 years, but we also fondly recall your Holy Spirit-inspired leadership at the helm of affairs of the Ushering Department worldwide. In our own Region, we consistently felt your impact and benefitted from your famed benevolence.
Daddy Toks, we will forever cherish the time you spent with us here on Earth, and the noble strides you made and achieved while you led us in the service of the Lord as ushers in His vineyard.
We are also assured that, as a loving husband, father and grandfather, our God will surely console your wife, children and the family you left behind.
Good night, Daddy, rest in peace in the warm embrace of our Lord till we all meet one day. God bless you, Sir.
Region 2 Ushers
Posted by Mary Oke on April 3, 2019
Beloved Daddy, the news came as a rude shock! Why do good people leave so sudden and so early? ....
I wished I had known you much earlier! I admired your peace and gentle nature! You had a reassuring smile at every point in time for every one. Every message you preached was deep and inspiring! You gave yourself all out .You said "you can never be right in disobedience and you can never be wrong in Obedience" You taught us to obey in all things You lived an examplary life of humility and service to God and humanity! Love you so much Daddy
You will always be Remembered Sir!
Posted by Chioma Akin-Adekeye on April 3, 2019
Dear Dad,
It hurts real bad. You were a good man. You were a child of God.. you reminded me so much of my father in-law. Reason my husband and I fell in love with you like so many other. Your words were few, but full of wisdom. Rest on Dad.
Posted by Olayide Okunnu on April 3, 2019
Pastor Toks! We met at the RCCG Hq in 1993, we both attended Bible College together and were both Ushers. It was then I discovered you were married to Dupe who happened to be my darling sister (we attended St Anne's Schl, Ibadan together)
One thing that struck me about you was your determination to make heaven at all costs. You once told me (after we lost a pastor in an air crash) that how you die is irrelevant,but making heaven is key!. Your entire life reflected it. You were a thoroughbred child of God, transparently honest, very cultured and so respectful, yet very firm.
I know you are in heaven and already dancing with the angels. Enjoy your deserved rest till we meet on the Ressurection morning. Shalom!
Posted by Olayinka Onabolu on April 3, 2019
Adieu Pastor Toks. Rest in peace. We were classmates in Unilag. Such Fond memories of budding lawyers. Then you got married to my classmate Dupe in primary and secondary schools. We thank God that you were indeed a valiant soldier.
Posted by ADebanke Ogunode on April 3, 2019
You came! you saw, you conquered!!
Against all odds , you lived a great and impactful life sir.
Continue to Rest in the Bosom of your creator till we meet to part no more...
Lord strengthen those He left behind especially my Prayer Partner Pastor Dupe.........
Posted by Olufemi Johnson on April 3, 2019
I had one personal experience with Daddy which shaped a part of me. He was truly an humble man and he appreciated every one. I know you are singing Hallelujah with the host of heaven.
Thank you for not just teaching humility but also living it.

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Posted by Adeniji Adejumo on May 26, 2020
The last meeting with you on inter departmental conflicts and the need for cohesion and collaboration during major RCCG programs is still indelibly etched in my heart. Rest on God's general.
Posted by Owolabi Oriola on May 26, 2020
My Daddy, eternal spiritual, your memory will remain indelible in my heart forever. I know you are triumphant in Heaven.
Posted by Chioma Akin-Adekeye on May 26, 2020
You share same birthdate with my husband. Funnily you share a lot of things in common with my late father-in-law. My husband was excited, trying to settle in to a new 'Father', then you took off Sir and went to heaven. Continue to cheer us from over there. When I see you in heaven, I have some questions for you sir. Rest on sir. Say hi to the saints we know.
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Shared by Modupe Adesanya on April 1, 2020
The Lord is always good and always leaves us reasons to thank Him. When we loose our loved ones, especially those who we know are children of God, we console ourselves with they are in a better place. Just thinking yesterday, I said our dear pastor Tokunbo is now in a place where the dreaded Corona viruse cannot get to. The fear that is ravaging the whole world has no effect on him. Isn't that a better place. More so, I want to thank God that pastor Tokunbo did not die this year, 30th March 2020 and we wouldn't have been able to celebrate his departure as deem fit, the children wouldn't have been able to come and say goodbye to their dad and give him their last respect, but God who knows what was ahead did His wonders. My dear in-law you are still very fresh in our minds and the wound has refused to heal or really slow in healing. My dear cousin Dupe, the Lord will continue to keep you and the children, He will comfort you on every side in Jesus name.
Shared by Jumoke Owoyokun on April 8, 2019

Rest on pastor! May the Holy Spirit comfort the family.

A great man and wonderful Pastor

Shared by Ovie Philip on April 5, 2019

Blessed to have met you sir, especially that you were my Area Pastor and supported us financially and spiritually in our just concluded Area youth program. God bless you sir and we are all sure you are in a better place.