ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adeyoola Beatrice Efunyele Olukoga. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gbindinnuola Bisuga on February 25, 2021
Adeyo, my dearly beloved younger sister, you were so full of life, outspoken, hardworking, ambitious, intelligent above all you were very wise.
You were brave and courageous,You always had counsel and solutions whenever I needed one. My problem was your problem and you would look for the solution,you went out of your way to make sure that I was fine.
I still can't believe that you are no longer with us but God knows best.
Words fail me at this time but all I can say is thank God for the opportunity of being your big sister.
Rest in peace Aburo mi,till we meet again.

Your loving sister Adenike Ladipo-Okubanjo
Posted by Bola Somiari on February 25, 2021
Tribute To My Loving Sister InLaw
Sis Dayo, like I always called you, A beautiful woman with a golden heart, a sincere woman with a spirit of sacrifice. Time spent discussing with you had always been a fulfilled one , your sincere love for my brother made me love you beyond measures, if memories were lanes, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you back home again. I wish I could pay a randsome to bring you back.
But my consolation is that you have gone to be with the Lord and savior Jesus Christ who love you more than we do.
May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of the Lord, Amen.
Posted by Fadekemi Isa on February 24, 2021
My sweet Mrs Adeyoola Beatrice Olukoga
I Have known her for as long as I can remember, a beautiful and caring woman who would never want tears from once eye, every advice you gave to me was never taken for granted,a friend, a mentor, a queen, a mother to me even in the church but now I've been rendered motherless cause you left. Her love and affection for people where beyond limit, rest in peace and you will always remain in my heart.
Fadekemi Isa
Posted by Olubunmi Oni on February 24, 2021
If only you could tell the day someone would leave this world, maybe you would be by their side until their last breath. I remember our last conversation like it was yesterday, if I had known it would be the last, I would have made it longer.
It is still like a dream. You were more than a colleague to me, more than a friend, you were a big sister.
I could easily reach out to you for advice and you won’t hold back.
I know you’re gone but your memories will stay with us forever till we meet to part no more.
Rest In Peace Iya Olukoga
I pray Almighty God gives the family fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by ore koga on February 24, 2021
Aaah iku dorooo, iku se'ka  iku mu Adeyoola,Eni rere looo Adieu ore mi, Egbon mi, Alabaro mi,Ebi mi, My All in All after God, Omo Ayorinde--- Aya Yomi Olukoga -- NI Ij ebuode, Aya IJEBU, Eeeni IJEBU like I always call u ore mi Sunre oo Adeyo,, I never knew Dec 26th 2020 was d last time I will c U , I will miss U ,forever May UR Soul Rest.

By Mrs Ronke Fawole,- Ojobaro
Posted by Taiwo Olukoga on February 23, 2021
My Sweet mama, iya ibeji international.
You have always guided me in every step of the way.
You were caring, compassionate to a fault.
You were my gist mate, as we spoke everyday.
You always strived for the best for your family.
Full of life, always smiling, never a boring moment with you.
The depth of this ache is like an unending tunnel but i am consoled with the fact that You knew Christ even until your last moment and are with the Lord resting peacefully and smiling looking down at your legacy.
I would forever love you...Sun ree oo
Posted by Abayomi Olukoga on February 23, 2021
Adeyoola my darling wife, where are you? Am still waiting for you.You can't leave me this soon. I WILL NOT SAY GOODBYE, I know you're there some where. I have been crying all day & night searching for you. Please my darling wife, come back home, don't take away the shine you brought into my life. ADEYO, you are not only a good & wonderful wife, you're my mother, my light, inarmorata, best friend, my twin sister(as our children tagged us) my confidant & the love of my life. ADEYO, my darling wife, am missing you so badly. Please come back home. I LOVE YOU AND WILL FOREVER LOVE YOU.
Posted by abimbola bisuga on February 23, 2021
Aunty Deyo continue to rest in God's bossom. You had such a radiating smile and will flow with both young and old. You were always an encouraging person, Easy going and full of life . May the good Lord comfort the family. Amen
Posted by Fola Okulaja ( Alade) on February 23, 2021


Aunty Adeyo, when we heard of your demise, it was shocking and sad and our memories of you just flashed right before us (sweet memories).
We will always remember you as our aunty that cared n always gave us warm smiles each time we met.
We will miss u and never forget you.
God will take care of uncle n our aburos for you.
Sleep in the bosom of God
Fola, Timi, Seyi and Leye
Posted by Adeleke Kehinde on February 23, 2021
Rest on mother of many children, even you were not our mothers but you took us as one of your beloved children.You were more concerned about the our well-being....Rest on Mama Olukoga an epitome of wisdom a brave mother


God will be with the family you left behind
Posted by Saidat Adeyanju Dosunmu-D... on February 22, 2021
Oohh mama never knew that it will be this soon, haaa nko se!!!
Mama was such a pleasant , down to heart being, i learnt a lot about life with interactions with her. She was a very blunt person , straightforward , socialable, problem solver, willing to assist.
Haaa mama nko se o!!! My thoughts are with Ore, Taiwo & Kenny and Dad please take solace in the Lord, He will lead you aright where you need wisdom. A kun a ra fe ra kun.

MAMA RERE E SUN RE O!!!May the Lord count you among the righteous AAMIIN love you Mama
Posted by Flora Onaduja on February 22, 2021
My Dear Cousin
One of the unpleasant things in life, is to write tribute about someone whom one has had close interactions with.
The news of your sudden glorious exist to eternity came as a rude shock. It was most unexpected.
I can still remember the times we shared on your last visit to my office just before my retirement. I remember your constant gentle smiles at every point of our discussion.
I take solace in the fact that you are with the Lord and Saviour. I pray that the good Lord will grant your family the fortitude to bear your painful loss in Jesus Name.
May your gentle soul continue to rest with the Lord.
Mrs Abimbola Onaduja.
Posted by Babajide Ajisafe on February 22, 2021
'Yomi, once again, on behalf of my Family and myself, I offer heartfelt condolences to you, Orę, Taiwo and Kehinde, and your Grandchildren ... and pray that Ade's soul rests in The Bosom of Christ, our Lord and Saviour.
*AMEN* . 
Uhm ...
Requiem eternam dona eis Domine, et lux perpetua luceat eis ...
Requiescat in Pace per Christum Dominum nostrum.
*AMEN* .
I pray that The Holy Spirit, The Comforter, comforts all of us who mourn her temporal parting.
*AMEN* .
Posted by Adeyekun Michael on February 22, 2021
Hmmnn...,what can I say? Am at a loss,still looks like a dream. You were a virteous and God fearing woman,mother like no other, a special being,an angel in human flesh,a rare gem indeed.We love you but God loves you more.Thank you for living a fulfilled and impactfil life.We all miss you dearly,the kids always asking "where is our Grandma , when is she coming back " Rest on in God's bossom.
Posted by ore koga on February 22, 2021
Mummy I have not come to terms with losing you.
Never believed I would be writing a tribute to you in the next 10years but God knows best!
It is said that it is the most beautiful tree in the forest that is fell.
A mother who no one can compare to.
A Grandma like like no other.
A mother who has sacrificed her all,a shoulder to lean on.
My mind is at peace at work because she would take care of her grandkids.
A grandma who detects fever before their mother.
My heart is heavy.
We all love you but God loves you more.
Forever in our hearts.

OREOLUWA, DANIEL AND ELIZABETH.
Posted by Olukoga Kehinde on February 22, 2021
Mummy,you're a mother like no other......A sincerely caring mother always ready to sacrifice anything to make her children happy,a problem solver and motivator.The love i have for you can never be replaced....I'm certain you're in a better place now.I will always love you ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
Posted by Temitope Adeniyi on February 22, 2021
I just got to know about your demise and still in shock!
You were my mom's good friend right from Awodi-Ora days.
When mom passed in February 2019, I informed you. You stood by my siblings throughout the funeral. You ensured that you made your presence evident at the events.
You will be greatly missed!!!
We love you but God loves more.
Sleep on beloved of God!
Posted by Kenny Olukoga on February 22, 2021
Aunty Deyo, it was with shock and sadness when I heard of your passing away. You have left us so very soon. I am really short of words because I still cannot believe that you are no more with us. We will miss you
so much, more than words can ever say.
Our precious memories of you are with us every day.
I pray that the Almighty God will give the family you have left behind the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace In Jesus Mighty name. Amen.
Your brother in law
Senior Kehinde Olukoga (London Uk).
Posted by Funmi Fagorala on February 22, 2021
Being an old student of New Era Girls 1971/75 set, I felt the pain of loosing one of us. I heard of your demise from my friend Mrs Adekemi Adesanya your colleague at PLB Lagos state. May God Almighty father comfort and console your husband, children and the entire family you left behind. Rest in perfect peace and quiet. Your good deeds and legacy will surely live on.........Goodnight!
Posted by Adekemi Adesanya on February 22, 2021
The news of your demise is to say the least a rude shock to me. I didn't believe but had to visit the house to confirm. Since then I had been in shock and wish it was a dream, that you will still wake up. Since then I couldn't but think about you. Your dreams, wishes for your children etc. What a fleeting world!. Full of labour and yet not sure of the next hour.
My meeting with you in PLB in Lagos State left an indelible mark on me. You wanted the best for everyone around you and very careful and detailed. Your advice to me will not be forgotten. 
Abiyaamo tooto. Iya oninure. Beautiful in and out. Caring mother and a dutiful wife. May God grant your husband and children the fortitude to bear this great loss , comfort and keep the family you left behind. Amen.  Continue to rest in the bossom of our dear Lord . GOOD NIGHT.
Posted by Tonia Afolabi on February 21, 2021
Adeyoola, Abigbeyin Akobi mama! So one of our grandma's friend used to call you. We grew up together, took me by hand and led me to St.Mary's Convent school every day. I also joined you at New Era Secondary School. There you also looked out for me. I was always behind you or by your side. You were the sibling for Olaboy and I ,your sisters were aunties. I was looking forward to calling in April as usual but now... you will forever be missed.  Look out for your children & the your better half. Sleep on, rest in peace.... it should not be hard for youYou were a peaceful person, gracious & Kind. Omore, Omomu,Esurebi..
Till we meet againTogbin!!❤ ❤
Posted by Engr. John Remi Abon on February 21, 2021
Love flows through Ade to bless others.
Throughout his ministry, Jesus the Christ often spoke about love. I am inspired by Jesus the Christ words but perhaps even more by his actions as i reflect on his washing his disciples' feet on Maundy Thursday. Through this act of humility and service, Jesus the Christ set an example forbthe disciples to follow to continue his ministry. Ade you accomplished this in your earthly experience. Always trying to bring people together for the good of mankind. Jesus the Christ then said to his disciples, " i give you a new commandment, that you love one another... By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another" (John 13:34-35). Jesus the Christ spoke of his love for his disciples as he called upon them to abide in his love. Today I make a new commitment to follow Jesus the Christ' commandment aa evident in the life my. "sister" Ade. I welcome all opportunities to serve and to love. ADE my "sister" i say to you that you are a servant of God and you have welcomed all opportunities to serve and to love. We love you. Engr. John Remi Shina Abon (USA).
As the Father has loved me, so i have loved you: abide in my love. - John 15:9.
Posted by Engr. John Remi Abon on February 21, 2021
Ade since i came to know you when i was in the NN with gay man your cousin, Mama, Daddy, Tunji and Adebo (USA). I am sorry that your time appointed by God Almighty came too soon. I loved you very much. You were my little "sister" that I reverend and believed in. You were very special, the way you took care of your brothers even at a young age was very impressive to me. Rest in Peace ce until we meet to part no more. I wish you had given me your "cousin" a little more time to come back and show you fruits of my sojourn in the United States of America. Since, you left us, i will leave my email address if I may be in position to assist all the children you left behind. As their "cousin" i promise that i will continue the legacy of unconditional love that you left behind. As you meet Jesus the Christ, tell him I claim the Unlimited Wealth, Prosperity, Unlimited Abundance and Unlimited Supply to help all members of Ayorinde family and all your children. You were Adebo sister my "sister" since i have been around you 1974 to Present. You always stand for truth. A prayer warrior in the family. My "sister" Rest in Peace. I will always love you 9096184353 Jonabon39@gmail.com
Engr. John Remi Shina Abon, MSCE, PE, PMP (USA)
Posted by Abayomi Olukoga on February 21, 2021
Adeyoola my darling wife, you are a gift and an angel to me. I love you so dearly and your love for me was there for everyone to see. You gave meaning to my life and your touch brings joy and smiles to me. I have been in tears every day and night, hoping to see and feel you. I know you are there somewhere. Please come back home my darling wife. Let me treat you like GOD'S gift and the angel that you're to me. My world is empty without you.My darling wife, am missing you so badly. You brought light so great to my world that even after you are gone the light will remain. MY DARLING, I LOVE YOU AND WILL FOREVER LOVE YOU.
Posted by Josephine Aderibigbe on February 21, 2021
Your passing, big sis 'ADEYO', is a rude shock, to say the least! It is too soon....
....But, who are we, to question the ALMIGHTY, who says it's time??? Hmmm.... KA BI O OSI!!!
May He, who has called you now, grant all of us, your loved ones, the fortitude to accept His will. Amen.
YOU WILL BE SORELY MISSED!!!
Rest well, in the Lord's bossom, 'Mama Ibeji'; it is "ONLY GOODNIGHT" not "FAREWELL".... 
....REQUIESCAT IN PACE.
*#SleepOnBeloved*

Your aburo, EfunShola Aderibigbe (Mrs).
Posted by Adefolake Ogunde on February 21, 2021
Mama Deyoo, my sister and my confidant as l used to call you, if anyone tells me that you'll leave me so soon, l will say God forbid. The very day you're leaving this world, l wasn't happy, its as if something is going out of my life, l was weeping uncontrollable, my husband was asking me, l said l don't know, l didn't know that you had left this world that night. I was expecting to hear your voice the next day, but you're no more. Haa, the only true friend in my life, we can talk for hours on phone. No one will call me 'Aburo' again in Orile Agege, you know everything about me, my marriage, l also know yours. Why did you leave me mama? you left me empty, is it gift, whenever we go to parties, you'll buy my own 'Aso ebi'. l was about sharing my testimony with you that you've been waiting for, but where are you my confidant? You're such a good woman, a dependable and reliable woman. Sun re ooo, aunty me, a o pade lojo ajinde. I love you, but God loves you most.
Posted by Ayodeji Taiwo on February 21, 2021
Sweet Mama, your memory will never be erase in my heart, if am to come to this world in a billion times, I will choose you has my mother. You are allways there for me when am down, your words of encouragement has always keep me moving on with life. Mama you are the best Mother in the world. Mama we will all miss you. I still just can't believe it, Mama , may your soul rest in peace. I WILL MISS YOU MAMA. Mamaaaaaa
Posted by Modupe Ajele on February 21, 2021
Rest in peace Mama!! You were such a wonderful and kind woman, you were a good mentor to me, there was never a time that I came to you for any problem that you did not rise to the occasion for me. You had a place for everyone in your heart, so loving and kind. The news of Your death was a shock to me, I am yet to get over it but my solace is in the fact that you are resting in the bosom of your creator. I will always miss your thoughtfulness and kindness. Mama Adeyoola sun ré o .
From Mrs Ajele.
Posted by olufunmilola joseph on February 21, 2021
Hunhun,it is a dream,God please bring me back to life,mama olukoga is no more,it is so sad with all her struggle for her children,friends,family and hubby with out enjoy even her pension and gratuity.this life is a journey unquestionably God you know the best.mama adeyoola olukoga may God rest your soul,you have come,struggle and conquer.our prayers is that God will continue to strengthen your children,uphold them and guide them in all their endeavours.rest on good soldier of Christ,till we meet to part no more missing you is understatement.who else can I trust with my aspiration and problems.it is God.
Posted by Folasade Femi-Shofu on February 21, 2021
As we advance in age, we do not know what life has in store for us, but we pray that we will live to a ripe good old age with the love of our lives , our children and grandchildren all around us.
Deyo, the news of your demise came to me as a rude shock. Though we haven't communicated for a while but the believe is that we are all doing great. This new was least expected. My dear friend from Yaba Tech days. May the Lord grant you eternal rest. Yomi, may the Lord comfort you and soothe your pains. You have been dealt the biggest blow anyone could dream to receive not at this time of your lives, when you are enjoying retirement and each other's company. But God know best. He will definitely come true for you. To the children- Ore, Kehinde and Taiwo, may the Lord console you at this time. Please be there for your Dad, he needs you most at this time. Olorun aduro ti yin. My husband- Femi sends his condolences too. It is well. Love from, Sade Femi-Shofu nee Dada
Posted by Sogunro Oluseye on February 21, 2021
Mummy, words can not tell how good and kind you were to me and family, since I was still a very young boy, you took me like your own biological son, I put into good use all the councel you gave me have indeed made me a strong and better man. I will surely miss you mummy. Good night mummy.
Posted by Oluwafunmilayo Onadipe on February 21, 2021
Deyo, I didn't think this kind of day would come but God is all knowing.
We met and became friends when you came to New Era Girls. By divine providence, our paths crossed again at Yaba College of Tech where we read the same course. We were inseparable at Yaba Tech till our graduation.
By the time we both got married and settled in our different career paths, the gap automatically widened until we met again in LASG Public Service and we started communicating again until our retirement. You will surely be missed.
May God take care of Yomi and the children in Jesus name.
Deyo, continue to rest in the bosom of Jesus Christ your Saviour. May your gentle Soul Rest in Perfect Peace .....Funmi Onadipe (Thomas)
Posted by Temitope Bakare on February 21, 2021
It was a shock when I heard of your demise last week! I'll always remember our discussions, business ideas and regular what's app chats even after retirement. The prayer point we were both agreeing on, I know God Almighty will bring it to completion. Rest well ma at our masters feet ma.
Adieu.....
Posted by jonathan ayorinde on February 20, 2021
Adeyo it is hard to believe you are gone. The memories we shared will keep me and the family going. I will miss your smile and conversations . Yomi, Ore, Kehinde and Taiwo I pray that God will give you strength at this period.
Rest In Peace Adeyo      Your Brother Jonathan Adebowale Ayorinde
Posted by Gbindinnuola Bisuga on February 17, 2021
I will miss your kindness,your love and your smile,to lose you brings sadness but i rejoice knowing you are resting on the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ,you will forever live on in my heart.Rest on aunty till we meet again to part no more.

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Posted by Gbindinnuola Bisuga on February 25, 2021
Adeyo, my dearly beloved younger sister, you were so full of life, outspoken, hardworking, ambitious, intelligent above all you were very wise.
You were brave and courageous,You always had counsel and solutions whenever I needed one. My problem was your problem and you would look for the solution,you went out of your way to make sure that I was fine.
I still can't believe that you are no longer with us but God knows best.
Words fail me at this time but all I can say is thank God for the opportunity of being your big sister.
Rest in peace Aburo mi,till we meet again.

Your loving sister Adenike Ladipo-Okubanjo
Posted by Bola Somiari on February 25, 2021
Tribute To My Loving Sister InLaw
Sis Dayo, like I always called you, A beautiful woman with a golden heart, a sincere woman with a spirit of sacrifice. Time spent discussing with you had always been a fulfilled one , your sincere love for my brother made me love you beyond measures, if memories were lanes, I would walk right up to heaven and bring you back home again. I wish I could pay a randsome to bring you back.
But my consolation is that you have gone to be with the Lord and savior Jesus Christ who love you more than we do.
May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of the Lord, Amen.
Posted by Fadekemi Isa on February 24, 2021
My sweet Mrs Adeyoola Beatrice Olukoga
I Have known her for as long as I can remember, a beautiful and caring woman who would never want tears from once eye, every advice you gave to me was never taken for granted,a friend, a mentor, a queen, a mother to me even in the church but now I've been rendered motherless cause you left. Her love and affection for people where beyond limit, rest in peace and you will always remain in my heart.
Fadekemi Isa
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Mrs. Adeyoola Beatrice Efunyele Olukoga nee Ayorinde was born in Lagos on the 6th April to Mr Jonathan Ayorinde of Abeokuta and Mrs Esewande Ayorinde, of the Sho Silva Family from Popo Aguda Brazilian Quarters of Bamgbose street Lagos, a devout catholic family.She was the last child of her parents with four elder siblings.

Aunty Deyo as she is fondly called, obtained her first school leaving certificate at St.Mary Convent School, Broad street, Lagos in 1972. She further proceeded to Ondo Girls High School and later New Era Girls Secondary School, Surulere and obtained her WASSCE in 1978.

She attended Yaba College of Technology where she obtained OND and HND in Business administration in the year 1983.

She proceeded for National Youth Service at UBA Oyingbo, Lagos in 1984. She later obtained her Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from Lagos State University (LASU) in 2001.

She started her career in Lagos State as a Master Grade II Teacher, on the 16th August, 1984 at Awodi Ora Secondary School, Ajegunle, Lagos, she later had an inter-service transfer from Teaching Service Commission to Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue as Principal Tax Assistant IV in the year 1990.

She worked in several tax stations such as City Hall, Ajegunle, Sogunle, Oshodi, Aguda Ijeshatedo, Oyingbo, and Alausa head quarters.

She was later deployed from Board of Internal Revenue to Ministry of Finance – Central Internal Audit in the year 2007.

She was posted to Ministry of Health and Lagos State House of Assembly for a 3 month orientation course and finally deployed to Political and Legislative Power Bureau as Head of Audit Unit in 2008.

In 2015, she was posted to Orile Agege General Hospital as Head of Internal Audit Unit where she statutorily retired on 16th August, 2019 as a Chief Executive Officer, Audit.

Adeyo was a devout Catholic,attended SS Mulumba and David Catholic Church for over 30 years.

She belonged to the Egbe Michael Mimo Society until her demise, she was the Female President of the Society ‘Iya Egbe’. She also belonged to the Christian Mothers association of the church.

She was a member of the Holy Ghost Missionary Movement at SS Mulumba and David Catholic church sponsoring Seminarians and has acted in different capacity in the Church Committee.

She married the love of her life on the 28th Dec1985, blessed with three children and grand children.

She is fondly remembered as the best grandma in the world by her grandkids.



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Shared by Abayomi Olukoga on February 22, 2021
ADEYO MY DARLING WIFE, you're not only a good, perfect and wonderful wife to me, you're GOD'S gift, my mother, lover, light, best and only friend, my twin sister(as our children tagged us). ADEYO MY DARLING WIFE, Am missing  you so  badly. I WILL ALWAYS AND FOREVER LOVE YOU..ADEYO, MY DARLING, You can't go and leave me this soon. You brought SHINE and LIGHT into my life, please don't take that SHINE AND LIGHT away from me..My darling, I WILL ALWAYS  LOVE YOU. I can't say goodbye.