ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ajibike Olafare(Nee Adediwura), 59 years old, born on October 8, 1961, and passed away on November 17, 2020. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Sharafa Shonde on April 22, 2021
I never met you in person but I have spent over a decade with your son (Benjamin) and the level of moral, academic, spiritual, economic and entrepreneural acumen you trained him with; I have to admit you were a gentle soul and a mother indeed. Your legacy lives on ma. May your soul Rest in peace. We love you.
Posted by Adedapo Ologbenla on April 21, 2021
She’s one of the very few people that I see genuity in her face anytime I’m back home in church . I’ll miss your presence the next time I’m in Ife. May God take care of everyone and everything you left behind!
Posted by Olafare Bolarinwa on April 20, 2021
I Miss You, My Father Misses you alot and my Family miss your presence at our new year festive gathering... You were the best and the most kindest of all my uncle's wives... My dad's best friend... A great Mother... Words can't describe you enough... Continue to Rest On Aya Ejio oloore Ona igbode... We will forever remember you and your hubby.
Posted by Ngozi Oladapo on April 20, 2021
Mum! I miss you more everyday.... I remember you almost everyday, especially when I see elderly people around me. Such a kind woman you are. If you were alive, I know how far you would have gone to ensure you support in time such as this.
   You are indeed a rear gem. Keep Rest on in peace. God will watch over everything you left behind. Your Esther misses you ooooo
Your Elizabeth (Mum Esther)
Posted by Omolola Elugbadebo on March 24, 2021
My role model, my wonderful mum and confidant, you are a rare gem. You left a vacuum no one can fill. I missed you greatly. Thanks for the motherly care and love to we your children, you have fought a good fight of faith and won. I am consoled that you are in the bossom of your creator. Keep resting MAAMI...

Posted by OLAFARE OLAMIDE on March 23, 2021
Iya Benja, the true picture of Proverbs 31 woman, the best of all, you left too soon, damn too soon, you had plans, you were too good to all, It's true what they say, good people don't last. Hmmm, God is unquestionable, we take solace in God, Sleep on beloved mother, your Lamide Lamide miss you so much
Posted by Big BEN on March 23, 2021
A mother you are!
Words can't explain how much you mean!
Keep resting in his bossom .

Love you forever...

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Posted by Sharafa Shonde on April 22, 2021
I never met you in person but I have spent over a decade with your son (Benjamin) and the level of moral, academic, spiritual, economic and entrepreneural acumen you trained him with; I have to admit you were a gentle soul and a mother indeed. Your legacy lives on ma. May your soul Rest in peace. We love you.
Posted by Adedapo Ologbenla on April 21, 2021
She’s one of the very few people that I see genuity in her face anytime I’m back home in church . I’ll miss your presence the next time I’m in Ife. May God take care of everyone and everything you left behind!
Posted by Olafare Bolarinwa on April 20, 2021
I Miss You, My Father Misses you alot and my Family miss your presence at our new year festive gathering... You were the best and the most kindest of all my uncle's wives... My dad's best friend... A great Mother... Words can't describe you enough... Continue to Rest On Aya Ejio oloore Ona igbode... We will forever remember you and your hubby.
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BIOGRAPHY

A teacher per excellence, not only as career but in the home front too!

She was the definition of a true mother,teacher,lover of God. 

A trailblazer and a trustworthy mother she was,truly serving God and dedicated even in her challenges,she held on to God.

Its painful to see her gone too soon.

Her memoir is all we've got to keep in our memory.
Rest on belovet  mother,sister,grandma,colleague&aunt.
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