This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adeyinka Ojo. We will remember her forever.

Funeral Details: 

Service of Songs 
Date: Thursday 25th of February 2021
Time: 5.00PM USA, 11:00PM Nigeria & 10:00PM UK
Venue: 905 Southlake Blvd Midlothian VA 23236
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Meeting ID: 359 088 5934
Funeral Service 
Date: Friday 26th 
Time 12.30pm,  6.30pm Nigeria & 5:30 PM U.K
Venue: Affinity Funeral Service - 
2720 Enterprise Pky, Richmond VA 23294.

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Posted by Adunni Adeniji on February 26, 2021
Adeyinka oluyemisi ojo may her soul rest in peace we love you but God loves you more continue rest in peace. From your sister Adeniji Iyabo mummy Qudus I will miss y our laughing Yinka sunre
Posted by Adunni Adeniji on February 26, 2021
May her memory be with us forever
Posted by Lizzy Daniel on February 26, 2021
Rest on sis ,may d good Lord console & comfort the family & friends  u left behind....RIP..
Posted by Bim Akijobi on February 26, 2021
Yinka Yinka Yinka.It was my hope and dream that you will be there with our children and grandchildren to give us the final respect, yet it is not in the Lord’s plan With a heavy hearth I bid you good night for the Lord knows best. I glorified his name for the time you spent with me and my children both in good and bad times. YOU ARE DEFINITELY ONE OF THE BEST. Sleep peacefully in the Lords blossom till we meet to part no more. You will defiantly be missed. All Glory to God !,,

Posted by Samson Ayorinde on February 26, 2021
You lived your life to serve others and you indeed proved to people around you that there is so much more to family than just being related by blood.
You were a giver to the core.
You were a lover of God.
You were one of the most kindhearted and most caring people we have ever met.
We still find it hard to comprehend the news of your demise. Our consolation is that you are now resting in the bosom of our Lord, Jesus Christ.
You’ll be missed, Aunty Yinka. Thanks so much for being a huge blessing to my family and everyone around you.
Posted by Estelle Avbuere on February 26, 2021
Aunty Yinka,

You were a treasure and a joy to be around. Anyone could tell how much you loved the Lord, whether by seeing in your beautiful smile every Sunday, watching as you Live-streamed praise and worship on Facebook for everyone to enjoy God’s presence, or by hearing every kind word you spoke! You are dearly missed by so many.

The entire Avbuere family sends our love, prayers, and support to your family and loved ones. We miss you and love you. Thank you for how you blessed us and so many for the glory of God!

The Avbuere Family
Posted by Abiodun Kolawole on February 26, 2021
Sis Yinka. Gone so soon. I’m still in shock about your death. But God knows and love you more. May your gentle soul Rest In Peace. I pray that God will keep,comfort and uphold your husband and the children you left behind.
This is indeed a great loss.
2021 what a year.
May God console all the family home and abroad.
Sun ire sis Yinka. Lovely and charming woman.
Posted by Bode Akinbobola on February 26, 2021
God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be. So HE puts His arm around you and whispered "come to me". With tearful eyes, we watched you and saw you passed away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating,; a hardworking hands to rest! Our hearts are broken but God proved to us that "HE ONLY TAKES THE BEST". Sleep on dear sister!!!
Posted by Ameena Musah on February 26, 2021
So sad to hear this. I still remember when I first met you 18 years ago in Chicago for just one night before you moved to Virginia, you were so much fun to be with, you made me feel so comfortable and at home. I still cherish those memories.
This is so shocking but God knows best.. Rest on sister.
Posted by Omasan Buwa Dada on February 26, 2021
"It's so hurting i lost you to the cold hands of death(Aunty Mi) Your love and care will never be taken for granted and I'll forever remember the memories we shared together while growing up..I'll forever adore you..It's so sad I have to bid you goodbye..Rest on Sister"
Posted by Babatunde Sabeet on February 26, 2021
Oh my!... What a year!... May the Lord grant her eternal rest!!..... You will be missed sister Yinka!!!...
Posted by Sholaye Buwa on February 26, 2021
A man without a sister is like a bird without wings. Our hearts still aches in sadness and secret tears still flows. What it meant to lose you no one will ever know.

Sister mi, your death brings so much pains to our hearts that time only can heal, No words could heal what we truly feel but with God, we believe your joy is eternally sealed and we all cherished your memories that death cant even feel.... I miss you so much my darling Sister.....RIP
Posted by Adekemi Aloba Abass on February 26, 2021
I remember when we were growing together and the closeness between us, but death suddenly took you away...You were such a God-fearing person and you took care of everyone that passed through you....I hold on to your last word on Tuesday telling me you want to sleep and I should take care of our mom...May your soul continue to rest in the blossom of the lord till we part no more... You will forever be in my ❤️ heart...
Posted by ALoba kofoworola Aderayo on February 26, 2021
Adeyinka oluyemisi ojo omo Durojaiye ALoba.......u just left without looking back.Though we were not so close when you were alive and daddy has always told how much you loved God and have been so unique and different amongst his children.But have always loved you so much even in death,your death came as a shock to us all,you will forever be missed.Rest on blood from your sister Aderayo
Posted by Olori Ololade on February 25, 2021
Auntie Yinka... knowing you is to love life . You were so vibrant in all your doings. You had this special way of calling my name with a smile.. and I will look at you and call you egbon... I know you love me egbon.. cause you had this special way of looking directly into my eyes when we spoke .. So sad I just realized it after your demise. Oh death where is thy sting!. I still can’t come to terms that truly you have gone to meet with our Lord. Even through all of it all.. you were strong till the end. I remembered I spoke with you in November.. and you sounded like your normal self with no sign or evidence of pain. I texted you in January, and you responded.. Only to hear of the shocker that you had left to be with the saints... I Wish! I Wish !.I Wish!.. There was something that could be done to revise this.. But alas! ... Death is inevitable.. Who are we to question the supremacy of our Lord. The few times we shared together.. I have beautiful memories of you.. A true lover of Christ you were. You loved and served the Lord. Thank you for raising Tobi and Timi well and showing them the way of our Lord. Auntie Yinka...oku olomo kii sun oo..Pls don’t leave your family.. Pls watch over them even in heaven. Kosi eni tolemonpon bi olomo!.. I know you fought a good fight and you finished your race..You kept the faith. Adieu Sis Yinka Omojesu Ojo.
Posted by YETUNDE OLUGBEMI on February 25, 2021
Sister Yinka! Words can’t describe how much you will be missed.
Your love for God is worthy of emulation. Your yearning and thirst for God amazes me. I will miss your beautiful smiles and warm hugs. Will miss your Bible insights that we shared during quarry. 
I know you have only relocated to a better place. Rest on my beloved sister and goodnight till we meet again at His feet.
Pray that God comforts your entire family and the body of Christ.
Posted by Olawunmi Sonola on February 25, 2021
Aunty Yinka! I love the woman that you are, how your smile and vibrant energy lit up any room. You made my childhood somuch fun and filled with countless memories. Though I hadn't seen you for years, everytime I saw or spoke to you, it was like picking up where we left off. I remember how you cared for me in that year I lived in New York. Not just me but my friends too. This news breaks my heart. What I would give to speak with you again just to thank you for everything and tell you how much I love you. You will be missed but I know you are in a better place and I pray God will give the family and friends you left behind the strength in this difficult time. I love you Aunty Yinka and will celebrate your life cos that's what you would have wanted. Sleep well Queen xxx
Posted by Helen Adekoya on February 25, 2021
Soooooooooooo many memories Sister Yinka; No words can describe what you’re to me sis Yinka and I know you know. You prepared me a day before for what now presented to be inevitable. How devastating it would have been just hearing someone over the phone telling me “have you heard.” I thank God for you that even as you were preparing to rest in the Lord, you were looking out for me. Thank you for how you molded me and gave me courage about so many things. May your watchful and loving eyes continue to watch over your children, husband, and the rest of your family. I hope your are singing with the angels and saints in praising God as you so much loved doing. She loved singing. God called you home to join the angels in worshiping him. Your service on earth was noticed by all and your father in heaven. “Yinka OmoJesu.” We will miss you on earth , I know that’s an understatement, right, lol. But your maker, “the great physician has taken you home” where there is no sickness or sorrow. I can feel you smiling at us. “The sympathizing Jesus has taken you home where you won’t experience any pain or hurt.” God knows everything and he has called you home and knowing you will rather hear the “voice of Jesus.” You are only sleeping in the Lord. How I wish, it’s not so soon, but who are we to question God, right? Sister Yinka: You came, you saw, and conquered the love of many. You always told me, “God is in Control.” I will miss the smile I always questioned you about that “ Sister Yinka, this smile of yours is contagious and you would respond that “it’s all me.” How I wish there is something I could say to appease the Lord to still hold you here on earth for us. Despite your love for your family and everyone, you would still choose to “fulfill all righteousness, by “hearing the voice of Jesus.” Love you sincerely, dearest, Sister Yinka. Sleep well ‍♀️‍♀️‍♀️‍♀️‍♀️‍♀️‍♀️
Posted by Gloria A on February 25, 2021
My ever smiling aunty, I can't believe it. I am hurt and heart broken. You were always a constant in my life from baby to adulthood and I will miss you deeply. I love you so much and will always remember what it meant to have you in my life. I will see you and daddy again one day.
Posted by Abisola Kasali on February 25, 2021
Sis Yinka !!!!!!!. Tears won't stop rolling. Always there to help, always reminding us of what needs to be done, always checking on the progress of the task. My constant reminder when we have meetings. When her calls in she would say: sis B, the meeting is on and I haven't seen you join yet. O death where is thy sting?. Sis Yinka continue to rest in the bosom of your maker where there is no more sorrow, pain or sickness. You will be greatly missed.
Posted by Bukie Kujembola on February 25, 2021
Dear Sister Yinka,
It still feels like you’re here, but we know that you’re in a better place. Psalms 116:15 assures us that “precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His faithful servant”, you were truly a faithful servant of God so we take courage knowing fully well that you’re with your maker. You loved God and you served Him with passion. You were ever smiling and gracious. Your laughter was distinct, it made you one of a kind. Many looked up to you because you had this special way of reaching everyone.
You are gone but not forgotten!
You will be greatly missed!!
Rest on Sister Yinka in the bosom of our dear Lord!
Posted by Adunni Adeniji on February 25, 2021
You will forever be missed
Posted by Fisayo Adeliyi on February 25, 2021
Sister Yinka!!!
Where do we begin? What will this limited space permit us to type? You were a shinning light to everyone around you. You were open to all- we remember when we came, you welcomed us to church with joy and your characteristic laughter. You gave us all the helpful information we needed as we were new to Richmond. That was a testament to who you were- always sharing, never withholding anything that would help others. You were our ‘Mall buddy”. You served in the church of God with total commitment. It is so sad to  type this tribute because your leaving this world was so unexpected and we could never have imagined doing this at this time. You are going to be so sorely missed. Our tears are numerous but God will help us. He will uphold your husband, children and the entire family Till the resurrection morning, we say Goodnight.
Fisayo & Fisayo
Posted by Bolaji Solanke on February 25, 2021
Yinka you will always have a special in our hearts,you left too soon but we thank the Almighty for the time you spent with us and the lovely family you left behind.
Rest In Peace
Posted by Aisha Datubo on February 25, 2021
Adeyinka, Yeenka Omo Jesu, amazing woman of God, angel and saint, you have gone to rest in the bosom of our Lord.
We journeyed through so much together, from our days in Uniport, to our NYSC year in Lagos, to some fun times in Chicago thereafter and to our present-day life. Our friendship transcended space, time and distance. Whenever we spoke, we would always pick up from wherever we left off. You always made me laugh, you were always positive in all circumstances and above all you loved and trusted God. I will miss your voice, your laughter and your heart. I thank the Lord for your life; a life well lived and well spent despite how short it was. I thank you for sharing your life’s journey with me and for being an inspiration and a blessing to me. You are an amazing soul and heaven has gained an angel. Rest in peace my soul sister. God be with you till we meet again.
Posted by Abimbola Ayorinde on February 25, 2021
Aunty Yinka, I still find it hard to believe you are no longer here with us. When we met many years ago, it was amazing how quickly you took me as part of your family. I was in a strange land and you became a mother, aunty, sister, friend, mentor, and anything I needed you to be. You were loving, bubbly, warm, kind-hearted, extremely generous... the list is endless. You loved God and loved people. You extended your love to my family. You were always willing to go the extra mile. You came all the way just to attend our wedding. When you visited us a few years ago, I never knew it would be the last time we see you physically. Even on your sick bed you held on to Christ firmly, you comforted and encouraged us. You are a rare gem. We have comfort knowing you are in a better place. We miss you terribly. Only God can heal the pain of your departure. We love you but God loves you more. Continue to rest in the Lord, aunty Yinka, until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Eyitemi Adelakun on February 24, 2021
I still find it hard to believe you have gone to be with the Lord. U were such a beautiful soul with a heart of gold. You touched so many lives with ur positive vibes. My Sister, my confidant, my friend ,my mother. I will forever miss you. It is only God that can fill d vacuum u av left in our lives. I take Solace in the fact that u av gone to be with Lord. Adeyinka Oluyemisi Ojo rest in the bossom of the Lord.. your Sister Eyitemi Adelakun
Posted by Bola Makinde on February 23, 2021
Aunty Yinka, am still in shock that you went to heaven so soon.
I always admire the permanent smile on your face and your bubbly spirit. There is never a dull moment with you. Since I met you through Moji, you have treated me like your sister. Aunty Yinka is always warm and accomodating. You will be greatly missed. May the Holy Spirit comfort Bro Sola and the kids. Rest in peace Aunty Yinka.
Posted by Eyituoyo Buwa on February 24, 2021
"Mummy as I usually call you, ur death was a blow to my heart, you created a strong impact in me and my husband life, I have never met you but ur encouragement and faith kept me going, may ur soul continue to rest in peace, I will miss you the more"
- Saadatu Buwa (Sister in law)
Posted by Eyituoyo Buwa on February 24, 2021
Auntymi as we always call you, My heart is damaged and scarred severely. The pain is so deep.. I shall miss you so much more than dearly. Having you as a sister blessed my life tremendously. You were a great pillar of support to me. I promise to cherish the memories of you. You shall forever live in my mind and all I do. RIP
Posted by Oritsetimeyin Buwa Olakoj... on February 24, 2021
"Farewell Anti mi Yinka, I will forever miss you, never knew you would leave us so suddenly, you were a good woman, so selfless, you advised me and did your best to provide in every possible way to us all. You tried your best in helping people, You had so much positive effect on people.I am saddened that death took you away, but God knows best because HE said we should give thanks in all things. You are my Role Model...
Rest In Peace"
Posted by Folasade Adelakun on February 23, 2021
It came so suddenly, we didn't see it coming but then it happened! The creator of all things, the unquestionable, all-knowing God has called you home. I remember your bright, charming and hospitable personality. You were so full of life and your doors were continually opened to accommodate others. You were a strong woman with a strong faith and a big God. Heaven has gained another saint. We surely going to miss you but our consolation is that you fought a good fight, you have finished your race and you have kept the faith! Good night Sis.
Posted by Ayo Olakojo on February 23, 2021
"Anti mi Yinka” like my wife usually calls you, you are one of the kindest, most special human being I was lucky to know. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Kike Omotoso on February 23, 2021
Still in shock that you are gone. You are one of the nicest people I have met. You are always smiling. You loved people unconditionally. You will be greatly missed. May your soul rest in peace. May the the Lord uphold and comfort Sola and the boys. Shalom.
Posted by Adewunmi Adeniji on February 23, 2021
I still keep thinking about it and I can't believe you are gone. Aunty yinka you were so nice and ever caring. You made my childhood so much fun I can never forget I always wanted to come to your house weekends. You even suprised me and came for my wedding. I know you are definitely in a good place right now. May Almighty God comfort the family you left behind. Rest in peace. Love you always.
Posted by Tee Tee Layo Mi. on February 23, 2021
Auntie Yinka,
You were so sweet and precious. This is not even the last thing I want to do, to write a tribute that you are no longer here. Nooo!
The only consolation I have is that you have gone to be with The Lord. I pray that the Holy Ghost wrap His comforting arms around your children and uncle Sola.
Posted by ADE BANJOKO on February 23, 2021
Having a sister truly is a blessing from God and I would like to show my appreciation for the role Yinka Ojo played in my life. Thank God for allowing my brother (Shola Ojo) to marry a great companion.
Yinka was a friend to ALL (She was a friend to every member of my family)
Yinka was forgiving despite all she went through with Friends and Family ( A prodigal child)
Yinka was caring and always willing to go the extra mile ( Miami and Ojays 50th comes to mind)
Yinka served the LORD .( She always ended conversation with the word of GOD)
Yinka was a mother to ALL. ( Took time out to do shopping for children)
Yinka was a sister.(I proudly say this)
Yinka was a teacher. ( Took time out to teach me database)
Yinka served the LORD without prejudice (Worker in the church)
Yinka did not discriminate. (Everyone had equal rights in her home)
Yinka took time to ensure all her guest where comfortable.(Her hospitality was perfect)
Yinka opened her house to ALL. ( I had a room to myself and freedom to use all facilities in the house)
Yinka was a helper and gave emotional and financial assistance to ALL.
Yinka was modest.
Yinka was a wife and mother (Adorable Children – God Bless them)
Yinka was Yinka !!!!!!!!!
Our Father in heaven,
I'm so grateful for the sister you have given me. She is always a friend, a companion, a guide and guardian. Ever since we met her, she has always been by our side just like You. She’s someone with whom we could share all the joy and sorrows of life. Her sense of loving and caring taught me to be a better human being. I pray that You continue to keep your blessings over her family. Help her family in times of trouble, and remind her family that they are never alone. Guide her to her calling, as she has guided her family on their own journey. I know that knowing Yinka Ojo is a privilege not everyone gets to experience, and I thank you for choosing me to have the honor. Amen!
Adios my sister I will miss you.
Posted by Adewale Adeniji on February 22, 2021
This is really shocking! But I know you are in a better place because of the love you showed everyone.i remember how you took care of us while growing up, always calling to checkup on us here in America Thank you for the good memories.You will be greatly missed.
Posted by Fatimoh Jackson on February 22, 2021
A rare gem is who u were sis Yinkus, from the very day we met here in the USA we clicked. We mingle, merry and enjoy each other’s company whenever you and bro Sola visit Maryland. I pray to God to comfort and strengthen bro Sola and your son’s. I know u are resting in the Bossom of your maker. Our good lord shall keep and comfort your loved ones. U will surely be missed. May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen 
Posted by Olanrewaju Musah on February 22, 2021
I'm still in shock. This still feels like a dream. You anchored my Mum's 80th birthday zoom party last August were we all laughed and talked about so many things. You were a good Sister. May the Almighty Allah uphold your Husband and Kids and grant you eternal rest. Amin.
Posted by tosin Mustapha on February 22, 2021
Giggling was our trademark of friendship. If one of us is not giggling when we see each other, then something must be bothering the person. Our parents knew we were " kori kosun" as teenagers. God has one of his a and all I have is love of her in my heart now.Sola, mummy Buwa, all her beloved family and friends are all mourning.God will strengthen all of us. My Yinka and she would reply, "MyLati, "My Latifat ". Gone too soon.
Posted by Risi Taoreed on February 22, 2021
In my Heart: I thought of you today.
But that is nothing new. I think of you in silence, now all we have is memories of YINKA.
Your memories will be our keepsake.
GOD has you in HIS keeping
Me and my GIRLS have you in our hearts!!!
Rest in Perfect PEACE: Mrs OJO
Posted by Mojisola Makinde on February 22, 2021
Tribute to My Sister Adeyinka Ojo

It would forever be a devastating news that my sister had passed away. My sister had so much life left to live. Even though today is tragic and such a sad event, I hope that everyone can hold his or her heads high. Sis. Yinkus would have wanted us to celebrate her life and speak about her achievements and our fond memories with a smile on our face. Let’s not dwell on our significant loss, but instead focus on paying tribute to Yinka’s remarkable life.
Sis. Yinkus was more than my sister from another mother; she was my closest friend. Even though she was older than me, we used to relate as friends without filtering words. We talked practically about everything without feeling bad. 
She always had a smile on her face and could brighten the darkest days. Sis. Yinkus would always have a right word or funny story for any situation and I loved her positive fun-loving attitude. Sis. Yinka was also a very compassionate person. She cared a lot for her friends and family and would do anything to help them without discriminating against anyone irrespective of any differences. She was one of the most loving and caring people that I have ever met.
Sis. Yinkus enjoyed cooking and loved to entertain. She enjoyed having people around her and would embrace and love anyone I introduced to her. 
Sis. Yinkus will always be remembered for her positive attitude, compassion, generosity and love for life. Most importantly, I can confidently say that she was always taking God’s affairs seriously and genuinely. My sister was an example to everyone she met of how to live life. I am honored that I met her, and she became my sister and will look back on our time together with fond memories. Sis. Yinkus, I am honored for the opportunity to share part of your last moments on earth. I will always remember you for the love you showed my family and I, and the time we spent together. Your memory will live on in my heart forever.
Posted by Adetoun Leigh on February 22, 2021
Yinka is a very nice and God fearing person. We lived together in Karimu Street with her parents. At the time when she was attending St. Catherine Primary up to Federal Government College before they moved to Isolo Estate. We just connected some few months ago not knowing she was saying goodbye. The Angel has flew away to Glory.
Posted by Adebayo Adelakun on February 22, 2021
You are my in-law personified, a lovely mother and sister to all, you always make me feel at home anytime I'm in the United States, you will go all the way for us at every given opportunity.
You left a vacuum difficult to fill in the family, (and its like a dream I won't get to gist with you physically again) but we are trying to stay strong.........."so that everybody ma wa alright las-las (as you always say).
You came, you saw, you conquered.
Rest on, Sister Yinka Ojo in the bossom of the God Almighty. Amen
Posted by Olusegun Kuku on February 22, 2021
I never met with you but i have known sola for a while, with all the text messages and tributes I have seen I it does not take a genius to know how beauty you were inside out, may your beautiful n wonderful soul rest in peace with your creator. Amen.
Sola, in any situation we find ourselves, always give thanks and praise to God, HE alone knows what is best and that is what he gives to his children. He will give you the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss n strenght to carry on. Comtinue to put your trust in God.
It is well with your soul. Amen.
Posted by Omolola Oni on February 21, 2021
I never knew it will be so soon. No time to say bye-bye but there’s hope that we’ll see on resurrection day. Yinka , though there’s separation in the body, your spirit leaves for ever. You will not be forgotten for all you have done. Sleep in the bosom of your maker. I will miss you!
Posted by Omolara Ojo on February 21, 2021
Still very hard to believe that u are gone but the legacy and good memories that you left behind will continue to live with us. There is never a dull moment with yinka, her smile and laugh is very contagious, u can't help but to join her to laugh. I pray that the almighty God will comfort your husband and children. Adieu my dear friend and sister. Sleep in the bossom of your creator.
Posted by Olugboyega Osho on February 21, 2021
Yinka, the short time we knew you and spent together was electric. So full of life and love that charmed and warmed our hearts to you in the space of just one evening.
As you're always remembered since then, so will you continue to live in our hearts forever because there was never a dull moment with you. We here say rest peacefully with your maker. We love you deeply but He loves you more.
Posted by olusanya ololade on February 21, 2021
Mommy Ojey the legacy you leaves will never be forgotten, for the ways the world has been made different by your presence, for the memories that become both more beautiful and more painful on this side of your death. I pray that the work you have accomplished in your remarkable life will grow deeper, wider, and stronger in the days to come.
You will be deeply missed. We love you but God loves you more. May your gentle soul rest in eternal peace.
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Posted by Adunni Adeniji on February 26, 2021
Adeyinka oluyemisi ojo may her soul rest in peace we love you but God loves you more continue rest in peace. From your sister Adeniji Iyabo mummy Qudus I will miss y our laughing Yinka sunre
Posted by Adunni Adeniji on February 26, 2021
May her memory be with us forever
Posted by Lizzy Daniel on February 26, 2021
Rest on sis ,may d good Lord console & comfort the family & friends  u left behind....RIP..
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Shared by Olapeju Seriki on February 26, 2021
Auntie Yinka, we are still finding it difficult to accept that you are gone. It is really a hard one.You were so full of life and fun to be with. But the Almighty Allah knows best why you left so soon. Our prayer is for your gentle soul to rest in perfect life and grant the family, friends and everyone you left behind the fortitude to bear the  bigloss. Aamiin 
Tunde and Peju Seriki

Gone too soon.

Shared by Biola Makanjuola on February 25, 2021
When highly evil men dies the people that have been constantly living under his threats jubilates for an end to oppression. Meanwhile, the opposite is referred to when good, but godly souls depart from those whose lives thrive as a result of such intimacy shared while alive. My sister in the Lord, I could hardly forget the moment we shared while doing the work of God in the children drama department and your spiritual word of encouragement yesterday brought me to where I'm now. 
Today, those you've loved and loved dearly in return now share such nostalgic moments with you and can't do much more than what your redeemer has already laid in stock for you, Mrs. Adeyinka Oluyemisi-Ojo on that glorious day of reckonings of all flesh! Therefore, we pray for your seeds of wonders of your loins will continue to bring your greater self at every time we set our eyes on them even as they progress in wholeness now and always in Jesus' Mighty Name. Amen.
Biola Makanjuola.


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