Let the memory of Ahmed be with us forever
  • 43 years old
  • Born on November 4, 1972 .
  • Passed away on May 16, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ahmed Adeokun, 43, born on November 4, 1972 and passed away on May 16, 2016. We will remember him forever.

Dear all,

This website has been created in loving memory of our brother, husband, father and friend, Ahmed Adewale Adeokun. We will remember him forever and would like to celebrate his life, and memories of him.

Please post your tributes for Ahmed Adeokun here and as many pictures and stories, as possible.

Ahmed was a kind hearted person and an absolute pleasure to be around. He touched so many lives in ways that won’t be forgotten. It would be lovely for us all to share our memories of Ahmed so that friends and family worldwide can smile while reading them – no matter how random they are. Your pictures and words will keep his memory alive.

Feel free to share this link with people who know and love our angel. 

God Bless,
The Adeokun’s 

We’ve received a lot of calls from friends and well-wishers wanting to give and support Ahmed’s wife and daughters, we are truly grateful and honoured at your request, for those who would want to give and support them, please find below the bank account details:

Halifax Bank of Scotland
Name on Account: Oluwashikemi Adeokun
Sort Code: 11-64-58
Account Number: 10880463

We are grateful to be surrounded by so many loving friends and families, your prayers and words of condolence and love continues to strengthen and uplift our grieving heart.



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Dear Family and Friends,

On the 7th of June 2016, we would love for you to join us for a Celebration Of Life & Service of Songs for Ahmed Adewale Adeokun  at:
 

Kingdom Arena
Whitehill House
6-8 Union Street
LUTON
LU1 3AN
Time: 7.00pm

Funeral Service will take place on the 8th June 2016 at:

St. Christopher’s
Stockingstone Road
LUTON
LU2 7NB
Time: 1:00pm

Interment on the 8th June 2016 at:
The Vale Cemetery & Crematorium
The Vale
Butterfield Green Road
Luton
LU2 8DD

Thank you and God bless,
The Adeokun's


Posted by Bisola Obileye on 4th November 2018
Humm you are missed so much, your gentle soul continue to rest in peace. Your babies are so beautiful I am sure you are among their angels.
Posted by Bimbola Kuku-Afolabi on 4th November 2018
My darling Lorenzo, What can I say, today was meant to be all about you, but alas, you are at the bosom of our Lord Jesus, you still live in my heart and you will forever be. I miss you beyond words can comprehend, but all is well. Sun re o my darling aburo, Lamide and the girls are keeping well.
Posted by Adeola Adetunji Olowu on 4th November 2018
Don you are in a better place heaven knows I missed you .
Posted by Kemi Asiwaju on 4th November 2018
I will always thank God for bringing you into our lives. The children and I miss you!
Posted by Bimbola Kuku-Afolabi on 4th November 2017
My darling Lorenzo, Hmmmmmmm! Today is meant to be your 45th birthday, but our Lord took you to be with him before today, You have always been in my heart, you will never be forgotten my darling cousin, forever in my thought and heart. Sun re o
Posted by Olamide Adeokun on 4th November 2017
We miss you a great deal... The girls have been singing happy birthday to daddy since yesterday. Continue to rest my darling till we meet to part no more. Olamide.
Posted by Abiola Kabiawu Omitogun on 17th May 2017
Praying for Olamide and the girls, that the hand of the Lord will do great and mighty things in their lives. Ahmed, continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. He alone knows why. The God of hope fill your family with joy as they remember the legacy you left behind.
Posted by Adebola Adeokun on 16th May 2017
Dear Brother Ahmed Continue to rest in peace, I can't believe it's a year since you left as it feels just like yesterday. May God almighty continue to strengthen your family. Ha, we can only say it is well...
Posted by Olabisi Bello on 16th May 2017
Brother Ahmed, your demise was a rude shock. Continue to rest in blossom of the Lord.
Posted by Bimbola Kuku-Afolabi on 16th May 2017
Lorenzo, it is exactly one year that you moved on to glory, the call I got from bro Femi is still very fresh and the word keeps playing in my head over and over, the words I was dreading to hear anytime I see a UK number calling me, but alas on the 16th May 2016 I got that call, "Sorry Bimbo! We lost Ahmed" Those words still hurt till date, how could this happen to someone so dear, a rear gem, kind hearted, a selfless gentleman to the core; why did this happen to our family, those were the unanswered word I had then and still have up till now. People told me I will have closure but I still do not have closure, my heart is still in pain, I always have this sharp pain and bitter taste in my mouth anytime I think of you, but in the midst of all these feelings, I cannot question God, he has the ultimate say. To God alone be all the glory for evermore. Lamide and the twins are keeping well, Sleep on my darling brother. Your Olori Afo
Posted by Bimbola Kuku-Afolabi on 1st January 2017
Hmmmmmm! my darling Lorenzo, today is the first of January 2017, went on my whats app and the last time we chatted was 11 April 2016. A sharp pain when through my heart at the continuous reality that we can't gist as we usually do especially on a day like this that we usually catch up on all the gist we have missed from the last time we spoke. I remember talking with you this time last year when I was in China on holiday. Hmmmmm! Oye Olorun o! I miss you dearly, words cannot explain how I feel from time to time at the taught that you have gone to be with our maker. I know you are in a better place but it is still a very painful pill to swallow that you are not with us. Your darling wife and lovely children are keeping well, your Olori Afo is trying to hang in there. Sun re O my darling coz.
Posted by Gbolade Egberongbe on 4th November 2016
Ahmedooo, May you rest in perfect peace. My Heart and Prayers go out to your wife and children. Still lost for words. Gbolade Egberongbe
Posted by Yetunde Oladeji on 4th November 2016
Happy birthday bro, been dreading today since forever, the sense of loss is so acute. Am sure you celebrating ... hmmmm if that's how it works over there. Bro you are missed terribly by Lamide and the girls and it tears my heart out... the family missing you as well but can't be compared to Your immediate family. I still keep wanting to pick up the phone to gist with you, catch up and update you etc and then the constant realization that I can't hits me like a bad blow. Will this pain ever go away? Will we ever stop missing you? Will we heal from your loss, ? These are things that constantly go through my mind, I stare at your pictures over and over and shake my head In complete disbelief. Oh lord, help us and strengthen us. Amen I woke up this morning to email alert from birthday alarm (as if I need a reminder), and to a text from your bank in Nigeria wishing you a happy birthday, and then re-reading Lamides birthday message on her bbm dp, and the tears just flows....
Posted by Adebola Adeokun on 4th November 2016
Bro Ahmed, Happy posthumous birthday. It really hurt that you are not here today but we celebrate you today; you are not forgotten.
Posted by Abiola Kabiawu Omitogun on 4th November 2016
I woke up this morning and sensed within me that there is something special about today. I have now realised it- Ahmed's birthday. You are no longer here to celebrate it but we celebrate on your behalf, knowing you are in a better place. My heart goes to your wife and children and I pray God in His infinite mercy and sufficiency will help them remember this day for good and meet them at their every point of need. He is a father to the fatherless and a husband to the widow. He will make good His promise to you and your children Olamide.
Posted by Bimbola Kuku-Afolabi on 4th November 2016
My darling Lorenzo! I woke up this morning knowing that it is meant to be your 44th birthday, But Alas! I can't call you to wish you happy birthday as I usually do. I am confronted with the reality that I have been finding difficult to come to terms with that you are in the presence of your maker. Hmmmmmmmm! Only God understands why this happened to us as a family. It is just too difficult to move on and come to terms with the reality that you are resting in the blossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. I sometimes gaze into thin air and ask myself is it really true that you are no more, I check my whatsapp messages and for real our last conversation was in April, Hmmmm! Oye Olorun. Your lovely wife and wonderful children miss you immensely and we your entire family miss you as well. Words are not enough to qualify the grief we went through and we are still going through. We are being comforted knowing that All will be well in Jesus name. Sleep on my darling coz
Posted by Ademayowa Fakunle on 22nd July 2016
I just found out about Ahmed passing on and words cannot fully convey the shock, heartache and utter devastation that the news brought me. Ahmed was a friend and I pray that God in His Mercy will grant him eternal rest in His loving bosom. To his family I'd like to pray for God to comfort you in your time of loss and let you know that you can take some little solace in knowing that Ahmed left impact on every life he touched. I want to keep writing as the memories flood back.....all those times you popped into my mind, I wish I'd known that you were ill.....I will NEVER forget you.
Posted by Hadekunle Daniels on 14th June 2016
Bro Ahmed, am sure words will fail me,in expressing how i feel about the new of your sudden departure. You showed me a lot of things within the few months and year i knew you... I learned a lot I didn't know... to always forgive and be kind to everyone, But you forgot to teach me one last thing....How to let you go, of someone as precious as YOU! I know you didn't mean to leave so early, as you still watched my back few months back in cape town, South Africa. I will miss being your Naija Fashion Designer and a brother... Who You fondly Call me.... Hearing my name being called by your voice and Patronizing My Craft, I wish I got to say "Thanks You For being My Best Client" Before you were given to the sky, If God could grant me one last wish I'd ask to say.... "Good Night My Brother... Till We Meet Again. GOD KNOWS The BEST AND...."HE ONLY TAKES THE BEST" AMAO, AdeKunle Daniels -
Posted by Afusat Mustapha on 10th June 2016
Earth has one gentle soul less, Heaven one Angel more.
Posted by Iretidayo Adeokun on 8th June 2016
Brother Ahmed, 'egbon' as I call you! So this is it??? I'm still struggling to comprehend this! I bless God for bringing us together and knowing each other. I pray God continues to bless your sleep till we meet again! Lots of love, Iretidayo
Posted by Tobi Awoleye on 8th June 2016
Bro Ahmed, I sincerely wish I didn't have to do this. You left too early but who are we to question God. I remember meeting you back in 1996 when we first moved to England You were Yetunde''s voltron then and always fiercely protected her. Didn't like you then(lol), but early on into the years I came to respect you and understand that it was all from a position of love. I thank God for your life, I thank God you gave your life to Christ, I thank God for your beautiful wife Lamide and the twins, I thank God for Yetunde, Baba and Habib and all the family and loved ones you left behind. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace
Posted by Abimbola Dele-Onifade on 8th June 2016
Rude shock still it is Ahmed from the fateful day I heard of your demise till now. It will surely take a while to come to terms with your demise as it seems you have embarked on a journey whilst a sudden arrival of you is expected. Indeed you have gone on a journey earlier than reckoed to a beautiful paradise where we shall all visit someday at an appointed time. Memories of your pleasant, fun personality lingers and I pray the God of comfort to uphold , sustain and comfort the young family you left behind and your siblings in Jesus powerful name. I will miss your teasing me by calling me names such as 'Alhaja' at reunions and looking out for me to make sure I got a ride home safely. Adieu dear friend & brother till resurrection day!
Posted by Abdul Ismaila on 7th June 2016
Though I never met you, the outpouring of emotions here is a testament of what a great father, husband and brother you were. Rest in perfect peace Mr Ahmed. To the family he left behind, I say take heart and God will surely protect you all and give each and everyone of you the fortitude and strength to bear this irreplaceable loss. Adieu Ahmed.
Posted by Temitope Kuku on 7th June 2016
Bro Ahmed...May your incredibly selfless and loving soul rest in perfect peace. I am still shocked but after all said and done we know that God gives and takes away, I can only submit that your soul was far too beautiful for this wicked world, now you live amongst angels where you truly belong. We will miss you very much and we love you. Sleep on beautiful soul...your memory lingers on. Tope & Lanre Kuku
Posted by Adebola Adeokun on 7th June 2016
Death be not proud, for those thou thinks't thou dost overthrow, die not. Bro Ahmed you will forever remain in our hearts; I was so confused,angry and sad when I heard the news. How could death be so rude and unfair to just snatch you away from us; we take solace at the thoughts that you are in a better place. Just about a year ago I visited you and your family in the U.K and you were such a cool, calm and extremely caring person, I did not know that would be our last moment together; I am only left with those memories as I keep replaying it in my head over and over again. You left way too soon but Bro Ahmed you are awake eternally in the bossom of the almighty God.
Posted by Adeola Adetunji Olowu on 7th June 2016
Don Lorenzo Abdul-salam, i cant question God Almighty, you left without replying me or picking my calls for months. i still cant get over it cause it came to me has a shock. Lorenzo you were a brother to me, i learnt a lot from you. You were there for me at all times. i will ever be grateful. Who will i call Monkey again has we call ourselves that name? Ahmed Adewale Rest in Perfect Peace Baba Ibeji I will miss you My Brother My Friend Adieu
Posted by Soji Fetuga on 6th June 2016
Ahmed, you have left us with fond memories that will last till eternity. God in his infinite wisdom knows best. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by Yinka Okotore on 4th June 2016
Ahmed, it has been real tough for me to come to terms with your sudden demise..just remembering our growing up days as neighbors, schoolmates and good friends bring back teary smiles. I know you have gone to a better place and also re-assured that our God will always keep your family under his amazing grace. I will miss you bro. Continue to Rest in Peace. Adieu Ahmed (aka Edi Amala)
Posted by Gbolahan Adeokun on 3rd June 2016
If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I’d walk right up to Heaven and bring you home again. we love u our son,a loving nd caring father Every Heart Has A Pain .. Only The Way Of Expression Is Different .. Some Hide It In their heart while it comes out from their eyes we miss u Ahmed adeokun. From anuty jade nd uncle Debo adeokun
Posted by Gbolahan Adeokun on 3rd June 2016
Please accept our most heartfelt sympathies for the loss of an uncle father brother & mentor, my thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time RIP Uncle Ahmed from abito gbolahan adeokun I love u
Posted by Gbemisola Babade Kuku on 3rd June 2016
Brother Ahmed It breaks my heart to know this happened to you, in the last month of your passing I was always talking about you, I called your phone, sent a text, called lamide sent her a text too no response.. told Deji drive me down to Luton, at least when you see me at your doorstep you won't send me back...little did I know that you were in the hospital fighting to stay Alive.. I only met you few years ago and I can say that you are one of the nicest people I know, cool calm and collected, Deji speaks highly of you and I love you the way He loved you..(HE still finds it hard to believe you are gone).... Brother AHMED!!!! NO FAREWELL words were spoken, No time to say goodbye.. You were gone before we knew it, And only God knows why?.. Our heart still aches in sadness and secret tears still flows........ What it means to lose you..No one ll ever know... Please keep watch over Lamide and your sweet little girls ONLY GOD CAN COMFORT THEM N GIVE THEM PEACE. #FOREVERINOURHEARTS# #DONLORENZO# ADIEU .
Posted by Gbolade Egberongbe on 3rd June 2016
I am currently speechless !!! I can't find the right words to say at the moment other than to pray for the family Ahmed ledt behind. May the Almighty God bless and see Ahmed''s family through this very tough time. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Ahhhh Ahmed !!!! You would surely be missed.
Posted by Kunle Olatidoye on 2nd June 2016
Ahmedo! as we fondly called you, always smiling, always full of joy! I still find it hard to believe that you have passed on to glory, Heaven knows best though. You were a friend one could rely on and trust, always ready to help and render assistance. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace my brother Amen
Posted by Kunmi Awolaja on 2nd June 2016
Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Oladeinde Olusola on 1st June 2016
TRIBUTE TO MY DEAR COUSIN I’m bereaved, confused, and deep in agony and pains. This is very painful. Why did this happen to my darling cousin/brother now? Not at this time at all. Loss of a loved one is not an easy thing to comprehend. Ahmed was a very special, quiet and a nice person that always had sweet gentle smile on his face which was accompanied by his cheerful laugh. My dearest cousin was a very calm, caring, honest, respectful, careful, mature, diligent and a wise gentleman. He was a darling person that everyone would want to be around. He was a person that loved, and cared about others and made other people’s happiness and problems a priority rather than his own happiness as a priority. All this and many more makes me and our entire family know your worth. Although people do say “we don't value what we have until we lose it”, but not in your own case my darling cousin. Myself and our entire family know your worth while you were alive and even when you have passed away. We are greatly missing you. Ahmed was a good person with wonderful personalities and this will last a lifetime. You accepted others without looking at their weaknesses and always noticed the best in people. You have a heart that forgives the worst, the mind that forgets the bad situations and the soul that never lose faith or cause pains for people and that is who you were. My dearest cousin, you have passed away too soon. I will remember you often in different thousand ways that I cannot begin to mention at this sensitive period. Your life was a blessing to everyone around you, you memory will be a treasure. You have been loved by everyone beyond words. Sincerely, you will be miss greatly beyond measure. “Those we love can never be more than a thought away…… for as long as there is a memory, they live in our hearts to stay”. I thank God for your special gift of forgiveness and gentle heart which will linger in my memory forever. A well spent life with unique qualities that you had was priceless and incomparable. My heart broke when I heard about your untimely exit. It was a huge challenge that is very difficult for all of us to handle. It is a big blow for me and every member of our family. Though, I still can't believe that you are no more. Well I will take heart because I cannot continue to question God. Your death create a huge vacuum that will take me and our entire family years to fill. At this time my prayer is that the lord will give us all the strength to face whatever situation we are in at this mourning period of our loved one. Also, our greatest comfort in this grief period is to know that the almighty God is in control of everything. Though my heart still hurts each time I think of my cousin that had a good heart towards everyone, but I never knew that it was indeed a great privilege of reunion with him last year. I keep on weeping; water keep on rolling from my eyes so much that I will never be able to see him again in life. Lord you know better than I do and I strongly believe that he had gone to a much better place. Rest in perfect peace. I will miss you and think about you still, I will never forget you my dearest cousin. I love you always. Sun re o my darling cousin.
Posted by Femi Kuku on 31st May 2016
Ahmed I cannot express how I feel. You were a very special person to me and my family. Every day I wake up and it’s like a dream to me that you’re no longer with us. One thing I will always remember is your kind heart and selflessness, which has always shone through, always available to help people, with a smile on your face. At our last conversation, you said, “All will be well”. ...... But the scripture says we should not weep like men without faith. And we can't question God either but we should be rest assured, you are in a safe place and resting in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. I will miss you so much and I pray that the Lord Almighty will grant you eternal rest. Much Love, Femi Kuku
Posted by Adeoba Ademoyega on 30th May 2016
Ahmed thank you for the opportunity to be your friend. I wasn't going to write anything but have decided to encourage someone as well as myself. I thank God and our Lord Jesus Christ for our friendship from 1988 I remember how we use to steal your dads vbooth car and drive within Alaka estate some days I will have to walk from Alaka estate back to onike. Your gentleness amd calmness kai and oh your generosity even on my trip in 2914 you still insisted on blessing me with some clothing's. I love you with the love of a brother I thank God for your life your were a blessing to me in every way friend confidante . I will miss you my ore Stata rest in peace to meet at the master Jesus feet hallelujah.
Posted by Ayodele Olanlokun on 30th May 2016
Ahmed we love you,no words can express the shock of your exist, but God loves you more, and will keep all those that are yours. Sleep well brother.
Posted by Bukky Otule on 29th May 2016
My dear Baba oko ( as I would fondly call you) what can I say .. My heart is heavy and I am grief stricken. The quintessential gentleman, who always had a kind word. Ever gentle and so calm. There is no doubt that your departure has left a huge vacuum. We take solace knowing that you have gone to a better place. Sun re o Baba Ibeji.
Posted by Adebukola Bisoye-Rasaq on 29th May 2016
Uncle Ahmed.........May your gentle soul rest in peace
Posted by Titi Adeokun on 29th May 2016
You were gone before we knew it ,only God knows why.If love alone could save you, you never would have gone.In life we loved u dearly.In death we love you still.It broke our hearts to loose you but i know you are in a better place. A perfect gentleman , u will forever be missed. Rest in Peace my dear baba Ibeji.
Posted by Titi Adeokun on 29th May 2016
You were gone before we knew it ,only God knows why.If love alone could save you, you never would have gone.In life we loved u dearly.In death we love you still.It broke our hearts to loose you but i know you are in a better place. A perfect gentleman , u will forever be missed. Rest in Peace my dear baba Ibeji.
Posted by Folake Oyetosho on 29th May 2016
My deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to your family. May you find comfort with God and rest in peace.
Posted by Nonye Oguamanam on 28th May 2016
I don't really know you but I know you were loving, caring and a generous man to your wife-my friend as well. I know u are at peace with the lord sitting beside the angels. You actually left to prepare that holy place before hand but all the same may your soul rest in perfect peace and do guide the people you left behind.we shall always remember you in our prayers..sleep well!
Posted by Henry Ejiogu on 28th May 2016
I am yet to come to the reality that you're gone Ahmed......I'm still lost for words. Not enough words to describe the tears of the heart. May God Almighty give your loved ones you've left behind the strength and fortitude to bear the loss. They will miss you. We will miss you, I will miss you. Adieu Ahmed.........you will always be remembered.
Posted by Aramide Sule on 28th May 2016
Uncle I still can not believe and finding it very hard to comprehend. But I choose to remember your big smile, kind heart , big hugs and selflessness. I thank God for the wonderful childhood memories which I will never forget!! It's an absolute privilege to call you my uncle. You have made a massive impact on my life and you will never be forgotten. Miss you.
Posted by Titi Bernard on 28th May 2016
My dear brother, i will surely miss you. U were always there for me anytime I needed a big brother touch. Continue to Rest in Peace
Posted by Wole Oke on 28th May 2016
Ahmido (as I fondly called you). No words of eulogy can articulate to your girls (I include your wife here) the sort of person you were, (pains me and brings tears to my eyes to refer to you in the past tense!). I really pray that your girls and loved ones in the fullness of time will come to realise the special, selfless, humble, decent, unassuming, brave, self-deprecating person you were. You faced your challenges with stoic determination, and bravery. Ahmido, I remember you coming over to England well over 20years ago for the yearly summer holidays with your Dad and siblings. You were unassuming and quietly confident as a kid with a sanguine disposition. You gave what you had freely. Last time I saw you was in September, when you came round my house, little did I know, that will be the last time. We often over use the phrase "he/she has no bad bone.." However in your case, Ahmido, it does not do justice to the kind of guy you were. The word Angel is another word we tend to over use... Again it pains me to realise I was unable to fully appraise, the sort of person you were. It took your passing on into Glory to realise you were one of a kind. There are too many examples of your selflessness, your humility, your decency, your positive disposition and your duty of care and genuine love as a family man, husband, father, cousin, brother and friend. I pray your light continues to shine brightly and be a beacon to your Wife (Lamide), the Twins, your siblings, your family and friends. Adieu My Brother. RIP Wole Oke.
Posted by Kemi Asiwaju on 28th May 2016
I have been in and out of this page so many times not sure if I should write anything because part of me is still expecting you to call me or text me Ahmed, i miss you so much.....I met you over 16 years ago through a secondary school classmate and you and I just clicked like that.... You called me Kemi Lembe(Only you could call me that), as I type this tribute my hands are shaking, my heart is racing because I feel like I should be telling you this verbally. You were my friend,my bestie, you were always a phone call away, you were always there for the children and I. I never felt like a lone parent because you were always there for us, you would call to find out how your children are, you would always invite us to all your family parties, I felt like part of the Adeokuns and Kukus family. You loved my children like they were yours, you encouraged to drive on the motor way, you were my mobile sat nav, always telling me what what speed limit I should be on, landmarks to look out for....I could be myself around you, I remember anytime you invite to parties and I tell you I can't make it because I won't be able to drink and drive, you would offer to come and pick me up and drop me at home so that I can enjoy myself(who does that)? Only you AHMED. We had plans o AHMED, we said we'll go on holidays together with our children, you said you'd take Tolu to watch is first match at the stadium. Breaking the news to the children was the hardest thing, Morenike understands but I don't think Tolu does, when I told him he said ' so who is going to take me to the stadium now' ? That broke my heart because you were his role model, Tolu always wants to look " smart" like Uncle Ahmed, every time I buy shoes and clothes for him, he would sometimes ask if Uncle Ahmed has the same thing, every time he dresses up he would ask to take a picture and send it to you. Some years ago when we came to Luton and he saw you bouncing a ball on the wall and you told him it was your stress ball, he asked me to buy one for like because Uncle Ahmed has one. The children love you so much the call Lamo "Aunty Ahmed". You and I go waaaaaay back, plenty fun memories,we have been through sad and happy times together, you were more than a friend to me, you were my brother, you did everything to make me happy. I remember nights that I would want to go out and you would come and take me out just because you wanted to see me happy, I miss you much it hurts Ahmed but I have told Lamo that I have gained a sister and two beautiful nieces and I will help her bring them up not only to know God but to serve God because I know that is what you would want. I love you Ahmed I love so much and the children and I miss you but we know that you are happy where you are and God's got you. Thank you so much for everything, for being my bestie, my brother, a role model to my son for making me happy and always making me smile, for reassuring me that I can do anything that I put my mind me to, for loving the children and I, for accepting me for who and what I am, you will always be my bestie forever.... Sun re o Brother Ahmed.
Posted by Chichi Adeokun on 28th May 2016
Our beloved uncle Ahmed it shatters me that on this day I should be typing a condolence message to you rather than chatting with you about celebration and baby plans which was what we mostly talked about in the last days of your life. The min I heard you passed it was a major break down for me, they say you cannot question God because he knows best but i still struggle to make sense of this loss. As I type this its with tears in my eyes as memories of discussions and times we shared together flood my mind As everyone has confirmed you were a great encourager. You encourage and reassured me at different times in my life, from relationship topics to career path to even the last month I saw you and also gisted with you over the phone in April . You encouraged me about my driving and advised what to do , you also checked up on me to know how I was keeping while pregnant and I know you looked forward to seeing your niece. O well it's a girl we had and she's really beautiful but you didn't wait to meet her, she missed you by days. As she grows I'll show her pictures of you and tell her stories of her great uncle. Your peaceful , gentle , warm hearted personality is a legacy that will never be forgotten . I love you uncle Rest well Chichi Adeokun

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