Don't let evil conquer you, conquer evil with good. Romans 12:21
  • 30 years old
  • Born on October 5, 1981 .
  • Passed away on June 3, 2012 .

This memorial website was created in loving memory of a wonderful and dear daughter, sister and friend, Ayoola Oluwakemi Somolu, 30, born on October 5, 1981 and passed away on June 3, 2012. We will remember you forever.

A memorial service to celebrate and remember the life of our dear Ayoola will be held on Thursday June 14th, 2012 at
This Present House
Lekki Phase 1

Posted by Naheed Vadsaria on 6th October 2015
Happy Birthday Ayoola, I miss you everyday. Your memories stay with me. Rest in Peace Angel.
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 5th October 2015
Happy birthday dear Ayoola. I bet you are rejoicing with the Angels. Miss u!
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 3rd June 2015
You are forever loved & missed Ayoola. Continue to rest in the Almighty's hands.
Posted by Ayomide Olagke on 4th December 2014
Treasured in my heart you’ll stay, untill we meet again some day. Love and fear. Everything the father of a family says must inspire one or the other. To live in the hearts of others is never to die. Treasured in my heart you’ll stay, untill we meet again some day. Death is the last chapter in time, but the first chapter in eternity. Forever in this heart of mine, an everlasting bond, for now until the end of time, are memories so fond. When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life in a manner so that when you die the world cries and you rejoice. As a well spent day brings happy sleep, so life well used brings happy death. Sleeping With Angels, Living With God Memories Will Comfort Until We Meet Again Always Loved And Never Forgotten Resting in Peace and Joy for all Eternity At rest in the arms of Jesus There is no way to peace, peace is the way Peace is the deliberate adjustment of my life to the will of God Her heart was pure and filled with joy She passed through glory’s morning gate and walked in paradise
Posted by Sola Shyngle on 5th October 2014
Happy Birthday darling Ayoola. You are missed dearly. May God continue to comfort your family and friends. Continue to rest in the bossom of The Lord. Love always x
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 5th October 2014
Happy birthday dearest Ayoola. You will forever be missed. Continue to rest in the Lord.
Posted by Affiong Onyemaechi on 23rd September 2014
I really miss you ayoola, may God grant your family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. sleep on dear in the bossom of our Lord.
Posted by Eniola Owoso on 4th June 2014
Ayoola, its been 2 yrs since you left. You will be forever missed...
Posted by Felix Eneh on 3rd June 2014
It's been two years already. You'll always be remembered, Ayoola. Continue to rest in the Lord...
Posted by Kofo Ejueyitchie on 3rd June 2014
It's been 2 years now. Ayoola, continue to rest in perfect peace. You are surely missed.
Posted by Adetoun Ayorinde on 7th October 2013
Happy Birthday Ayoola. Our thoughts are with you on this special day.
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 6th October 2013
Couldn't help but say Happy Birthday to a dear friend. Forever loved & Missed. Sun Re Ayoola! Sleep well.
Posted by Naheed Vadsaria on 5th October 2013
Happy bday my dear friend Ayoola Somolu! I love and think about you everyday. I miss you and your spirit. You will always be in my heart forever. Love you soo much!
Posted by F Ade on 5th October 2013
Happy Birthday! Continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord! You are missed everyday but our solace still remains that you are in a better place.
Posted by Igho Emorhokpor on 5th October 2013
Ayoola, October will always be your month. I miss you and remember you and look forward to seeing you again in the house of our Lord. We will see again.
Posted by Felix Eneh on 5th October 2012
You would have been 31 years old today had the sad accident not happened. I remember you today in a very special way, praying that you continue to rest in the peace of the Almighty God! Amen!!
Posted by Sola Shyngle on 5th October 2012
Happy Birthday sweetie. You forever remain in our hearts. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord. Lots of love x x x
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 5th October 2012
Happy birthday. Sleep on dearest Ayoola...
Posted by Dehinbo Ladele on 7th September 2012
Ayoola- I am assured that you are in a better place. You were a faithful member of the Protestant choir back in QC. You were one of the Prayer band members. Now you have joined the cloud of witnesses cheering us on to join you as soon as it is time. I look forward to meeting you again at those ever-longed for pearly gates. Rest on in His bosom!
Posted by Yomi Laju on 29th June 2012
It was a sudden departure but one way or another we all must depart. You will remain ever green in my memory for your elegance, grace, carriage and an uncommon humility. How you ever got to put that together... I guess its what made you YOU! Good night.
Posted by Kheni Mbeku on 27th June 2012
I remember Ayoola from Corona, VI.... It's so, so sad... May her soul rest in perfect peace. I pray for peace and comfort for all those loved ones she's left behind: Ore, Seke and her folks. It isn"t going to be easy but God will see them through.
Posted by Temitope De-Medeiros on 26th June 2012
i read a quote that said 'its not about how much you do, but how much love you put in the doing". That captures a lot of what came from Ayoola.. love in all that she did... The smile that said a thousand words without speaking... Ayoola i replay the last conversation we had in my head..holding on 2 your memory and that smile..May that smile give cheer in heaven as it did on earth. RIP Babe
Posted by Orobosa Adenusi on 21st June 2012
I remember the last time we were over, you wondered who was making all that noise, u knew it was Folorusho but my noisy Adefolarin. Still walk into your house and hope you'll come out and they'll say it was all a mixup. T'was supposed to be celebration of love not of life but God knows best, you loved him in his bosom. RIP Afrochic!
Posted by Felix Eneh on 21st June 2012
I never had the opportunity to meet you, but after reading all the notes left by the people whom you were friends with when you were here, there's no doubt that you were indeed a very pleasant, loving, and humble young woman. It's sad that you're gone. I'm deeply saddened, but God knows why you left at the time. May your soul RIP Amen!!
Posted by Nkiru Alinnor George-ukae... on 19th June 2012
Rest in peace my friend!! You are beautiful inside and outside....
Posted by Olufowose Carol on 19th June 2012
With all these comments, angels are happy to welcome you home. "It is not how long but how well" You lived a "Christ-like" life May God Almighty console the family you left behind. GOOD NIGHT AYOOLA.
Posted by Loving DanaAir Victims on 18th June 2012
Its so sad that precious lives were lost on this unfortunate day. I cant believe we lost so many people who were just living their lives just like that! What a sad day. May her soul rest in peace.Please like "Loving DanaAir Victims" on fb to preserve the memories of her life by uploading her pictures and sharing about her. It is our hope that DanaAir is shut down!! Join the fight today plz
Posted by Chimamanda Adichie on 17th June 2012
Ayoola attended my writing workshop. I remember we talked about the pretty earrings she wore; she’d made them herself. I remember her thoughtfulness. Her smile was always full of light. I ran into her recently in Lagos. It was lovely to see her, looking happy, as though she had fully eased herself into her life. What a loss. May Ayoola rest in peace. May her memory always remain with us.
Posted by Chisomu Nwabueze on 15th June 2012
My heartfelt sympathy goes to all the family, friends and loved ones of Ayoola. Words cannot express the sadness i feel within but only God can comfort us all through this tough time. I'm glad i met you a few years back while you were still in college at Boston. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Remilekun Remilekun on 15th June 2012
Oh death, where is thy sting, oh grave where is thy victory? Dear Ayoola Oluwakemi Somolu,never met you but i emulate you even after your departure.I was at your memorial service yesterday and heard what everyone said about you,how i wished you were there.You had a good heart and charming smile. I pray that may the Lord grant your loving family the fortitude to bear the irrepairable loss.
Posted by Tunde Ogunse on 14th June 2012
il forever remember back in corona days when we used to ride to school together were so filled with life always smiing always cheerful,its so hard to believe you are gone.Ayoola i am so glad our paths crossed till we meet again sleep on my dear friend.we love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Yvonne Edozien on 14th June 2012
I have put off doing this, avoided coming here. Couldn't deal with it; with saying bye to you. We had a memorial for you today and that has somehow given me the strength to do this. You were an amazing woman; one with a permanent smile on her face. Listening to people talk about you, I only wish i got to know you better. Will miss seeing you on the dance floor. RIP Ayoola.
Posted by Gordon Agbo on 14th June 2012
The death tells no story.....i never meet you in person before but i'm so amased seeing how those that knows you expressing their deepest feelings about your sunden death. May the good Lord grant unto you Rest in Perfect Peace. We all love you but God love you most.
Posted by Ty Amodu on 14th June 2012
I remember our last chat on the goodness of fruits and vegetables and how we were gonna eat right to avoid random visits to the doctors office.... Hmmmmm.... Ayoola...U were beautiful inside and outside... Always ready with a listening ear... I miss you dear friend but I'm glad I got the chance to know you. Rest in the bossom of our Lord...
Posted by Dupe Oye on 14th June 2012
I do not know you until the day of your memorial service @ 9.45am June 14th and I thought you were so young, full of life, vibrant and looking forward to your wedding in Sept 2012. You lost your life going to a friend's wedding in Abuja and I went to Abuja in April 2012 and returned to UK and how I wished you had returned safely home to your mum and family. God knows best and sleep well.
Posted by Shola Adeniran on 14th June 2012
" Rest in peace Ayoola, you will be remembered now and always. Keep smiling.
Posted by Yetsa . on 14th June 2012
One thing remained constant with you throughout primary and secondary school, and really throughout LIFE, it was that smile that came from within. I trust that you are smiling in His presence. May God comfort your family, fiance and friends; may He grant them peace.
Posted by Aghedo-Olasoji Ayoola on 14th June 2012
Death where is ur sting?Jesus conquered all....Rest in peace
Posted by Kafeel Shittu on 13th June 2012
My Condolence goes to your loved ones........Keep smiling, and May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Ayoola. Ameen.
Posted by Tosin Adetunji-Majekodunm... on 13th June 2012
Ayoola darling, your smile will be remembered. You were always well put together back then in QC, I have a clear picture of how your locker(desk) in class always looked so so tidy, I could never get mine to look that way. You will be missed. May the good Lord comfort your family in Jesus name Amen. Sleep well dear friend
Posted by Kemi Ajomale-Ibikunle on 13th June 2012
I have tried to avoid writing a tribute as it has been so unreal to me. Ayoola-I have wrestled with my mind on why you had to leave us this way but God alone knows best. I keep recollecting one of our last conversations in my head. You were always so full of life and wanting to make an impact to society. You definitely made that impact and I thank God for your life. RIP dear friend.
Posted by Nikkie Kik on 13th June 2012
Rest in peace my dear Ayoola. I still remember those times we had in Boston. You're always be my good and lovely friend. And you'll always be forever missed.
Posted by Adeyinka Adeleke on 12th June 2012
Engr Shomolu, I am so sorry to hear about your loss. May God grant you and the rest of the family the strength and fortitude to bear the loss. May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Margaret Dzawua on 11th June 2012
AYOOLA dear,''May your gentle soul RIP! I remember all our QC days and thank God i met you.Good nite dearie!
Posted by Adeoye Olopade on 11th June 2012
AYOOLA,wow i never saw this comig...just saw ur pic with isi,muyiwa,akin at 2009 reunion and i was naggin why i didnt come,i remember how troublesome and mean i was to u in corona,mow that i remember it was funny,but what i never expected was to hear you pass away...i would be selfish for asking GOD to make things right,just to see them NERDY look and say i am sorry but GOD know why...
Posted by Adeoye Olopade on 11th June 2012
JUST a while ago i was complaining that i didnt come to the reunion...but to get a news like this is not much i want to say things to u,get to know my friend i stress but i didnt get the chance....GOD WHERE EVER SHE IS LET HER KNOW AM SORRY AND THAT I WILL ALWAYS LOVE AND REMEMBER HER...SLEEP WELL
Posted by Trae Zeeofor on 11th June 2012
Still stunned...The years roll back, circa 2006, when we lived to blog, ''Ayoola In Lagos'' hot on my feed list. Rest in peace babes!
Posted by Bibi Coker on 11th June 2012
RestInPeace beautiful Ayoola, everyone that had the wonderful chance to have met/known you, is broken by your passing. God knows best. His comfort shall be with your family,amen.
Posted by F Ade on 11th June 2012
You lived your life like a dove, everyone has something good to say about you. Though you lived in thie earth 30+ years, it seemed like you lived 300years.Life is not about how long you spend but how well you lived,you lived well. And above all, you had christ in you. You are loved, but God Almighty loves you more and has called you back to his side to dance with the Angels...
Posted by Areoye Oloyede on 11th June 2012
Ayoola, may your soul rest in perfect peace and may the Lord comfort your family, friends and loved ones at this difficult time.

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