ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anike Ayebusiwa, 58 years old, born on December 6, 1956, and passed away on March 20, 2015. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ayebusiwa Bolaji on March 30, 2022
Hmmmmm.A valiant and veteran teacher,a renowned caterer,the vacuum you left can not be filled by anyone despite how you stood by everyone .your departure was a big blow on us but we take solace in Jim riv elergy .across the bridge there is no more sorrow,across the bridge there is no more pain,the sun will will shine,across the river and you will never be unhappy again.Rest in peace priceless Jewel of inestimable value until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Bimmy Oh on March 20, 2022
May the Lord rest her beautiful soul, may the Lord comfort, keep and protect all she left behind behind.
Posted by Bisola Ogunjumelo on March 20, 2022
May, your gentle soul continue to rest in peace ma, you influenced a lot of people around you, including my mum, I never really knew you but, a lot of things i have heard about you shows that you lived a really fulfilled life, you'll always be remembered
Posted by Omotola Agbakosi on March 20, 2022
Mummy (Iye Oma)
Our lives go on without you
But noting is the same,
We have to hide our heartche
When anyone speak about you,
Sadness full my heart when I saw Tope's Post this morning because I love you
Silent the tear that fall,
Living our hearts without you is the hardest part of all
You did so many things for us mummy,even no one can wear you shoes in the family uptill now, However they are trying.
Your heart was Kind and true, and when we need to talk to someone,we could count on you.
The special years will not return anyway, i.e when we were all together, But with the love within our hearts.
I strongly believe that you will walk with us forever.
        DOKI.
Posted by Comfort Boyede(Nee Ogunla... on March 20, 2022
Among the few exceptional mothers that had ever lived you are one of them , memories of your loving heart will forever be remember.It is hard to believe you are not more,Rest on Mummy
Posted by Modupe Daramola on March 20, 2022
Mummy,you were a great and kind mother.You were kind to a fault.We love you so much.You are greatly missed.
Posted by Maryanne Imoesi on March 20, 2022
Rest on mummy!!!
Posted by Daniel oluwagbemiga oshun... on March 20, 2022
You left us with beautiful memories of your selfless love and how to love not just ourselves but everyone around us. You are the true symbol of a real mother by your actions. Continue to rest with the Lord mum.
Posted by Surefunmi Semga on March 20, 2022
To a wonderful mum of all times,we love you but the lord love you much.

Rest in the bosom of Almighty.
Posted by Isimijola Titilayo on March 20, 2022
Your life was as if you are aware of the urgency, you did everything with a sense of accountability! Though it was short but fulfilling. So rest well is in order mum! Even if that is hard for us here. Keep resting in the Bossom of your savior.
Posted by Oladipupo Animashaun on March 20, 2022
Keep resting my adorable mother inlaw. Despite the short period of time knowing you, I saw an attribute of a good mother to everyone around you.
I could remember our first meeting at ikale. You embraced me and gave me good hospitality. Even though, I was still a sneaking boyfriend to your daughter. I thought it going to be hell meeting you, but No.You smiled at me, gave me food and welcomed me. Then, I knew this is my new family .
It’s so saddened not having you around anymore. Now that I’m a verified member of your family. It’s well . I believe you’re in a better place Mother Keep resting
Posted by Abimbola Alaka on March 20, 2022
Mummy.. mummy igbotako ( as my siblings and I used to call you), you meant every thing to us. You showed us love when the world made us feel alone. You looked out for us and made sure we were okay. I can never forget how you used to comfort and take care of us.. Mummy Igbotako was the highlight of my childhood.. one time mummy took my brother and I out during a school day to have fun with her friends because she saw how stressed we were (lol).. I loved that you did that.. visiting and being around you was always a breath of fresh air
You were not just super hero to my siblings and I, you were a super hero to all the children around, you gave hope to the ones that lost hope..
I loved your food so much.. your food is still the best I’ve ever eaten.. I miss you so much and I love you even more.. Thank you mummy for being my super hero❤️
Posted by Abimbola Giwa on March 20, 2022
May your soul continue to rest in peace and forgive all your sins. Ameen.
Posted by Ayebusiwa Oyesanmi on March 20, 2022
Mummy, the direct senior of my mother in the house of Chief Dr. JT Ayebusiwa. You are indeed a true mother. You took good care of me so many years back when I ran to your house at Ikoya after committing my normal stubbornness in Opa. I never wanted to leave your house despite the fact that you ain’t my biological mom but you acted as one. Ate your food last at Igbotako when you said do I want more?

What a good memory of you ma. Keep resting in the bosom of God Almighty and extend my love to my late parent too. I miss you all.

Much love from your son,
Ayebusiwa Oyesanmi A.K.A Mashara





Posted by Temitope Soewu on March 20, 2021
My mama, I miss you ones more today. I love you and you would linger in my heart

Your daughter,

Tope

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Posted by Ayebusiwa Bolaji on March 30, 2022
Hmmmmm.A valiant and veteran teacher,a renowned caterer,the vacuum you left can not be filled by anyone despite how you stood by everyone .your departure was a big blow on us but we take solace in Jim riv elergy .across the bridge there is no more sorrow,across the bridge there is no more pain,the sun will will shine,across the river and you will never be unhappy again.Rest in peace priceless Jewel of inestimable value until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Bimmy Oh on March 20, 2022
May the Lord rest her beautiful soul, may the Lord comfort, keep and protect all she left behind behind.
Posted by Bisola Ogunjumelo on March 20, 2022
May, your gentle soul continue to rest in peace ma, you influenced a lot of people around you, including my mum, I never really knew you but, a lot of things i have heard about you shows that you lived a really fulfilled life, you'll always be remembered
her Life

My mum

She died a day to my 36th birthday in 2015, it was such a painful period for me because I was planning to throw her a 60th birthday party something in 2016. 

she was such a struggling mother. She ensured that all her Children are successful in life but didn’t leave to eat the fruit of her Labour . painful indeed 

It’s been 6years now and She would have been 64.

i miss you mummy and I love you. Keep sleeping in the Lord. We miss you
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7th year remembrance of my beloved mom

Shared by Temitope Soewu on March 20, 2022
Today Sunday, it is exactly 7years since you left us. I try not to dwell on how much you are missing here on earth, but that can be easier said than done. I am often told how you are happier in Heaven but honestly that never makes me feel better. Actually if I am completely honest, that thought makes me a bit angry. I want you to be here with us. I want to talk to you, I want to see you, and I want you to be there for all the events and life milestones that has been happening in our lives.
I hate that you left us so soon, and even more so when I know that I never got the chance to repay you for all the sacrifices you made for us. Maybe I am being selfish, but I don’t care, I think in this situation I am allowed to be unreasonable and selfish. I just want to have you back in my day-to-day life. You used to be the first person I called when I was upset, scared, confused, or happy. I miss your advice, your jokes, and even your bad days. I know you were pained you were going to leave us with the way you looked at me at the emergency room as you were about to be wheeled into the theatre, the fear of leaving us in this cold world without your guidance was so obvious on your face with the tears I saw rolling down as you spoke to me. 
I miss you every day, Mom, and I pray you are able to see my accomplishments and even my sorrows. To feel that you are still present in my life and supporting me from Heaven helps. You were always my biggest cheerleader and fan. The sound of your voice when you call me BARRISTER is still very loud, you sometime shorten it and jokingly say “BARRY” . You were the first to teach me the concept of unconditional love which is the best gift you gave me in life. You are an exceptional giver and your legacy remains intact. 
I love you and hope I will continue to make you proud as I celebrate your life and honor you by being the very best me that I can be.
Forever your girl . . .