ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Babatunde Oladokun, born on August 10, 1973, and passed away on February 21, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Olakunle Olowojolu on February 28, 2021
TRIBUTE TO LATE TUNDE
MY SON IN LAW.

AN EBULLIENT, DYNAMIC, RESOURCEFUL AND BRIGHT STAR MY SON IN LAW WHO HAS GONE TOO SOON. WHAT A PAINFUL IRREDEEMABLE LOSS.

YOU WERE A SHINNING STAR THAT SHONE BRIGHTER THAN THE MORNING STAR. YOU CAME INTO THIS WORLD WITH LOADS OF CHEERS, CARE, KINDNESS AND HUMILITY. YOU STOOD OUT AS A FORMIDABLE LOVING FAMILY MAN. IN YOUR JOURNEY OF LIFE YOU MET AND LOVED PASSIONATELY YOUR CONFIDANT, WONDERFUL AND ILLUSTRIOUS WIFE MRS BUKOLA OLADOKUN WITH WHOM BOTH OF YOU WERE BLESSED WITH LOVELY AND INTELLIGENT CHILDREN.

SINCE THE UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT OF YOU SEEKING WELLNESS AT ST. NICHOLAS HOSPITAL, WHICH REMAINS INDELIBLE IN OUR MIND, YOUR FAITHFUL WIFE WAS RESOLVED THAT YOU MUST LIVE, BUT ALAS WE WERE UNABLE TO QUERY THE WILL OF GOD.

HMMM! WHAT A TORTUOUS JOURNEY OF LIFE. OH DEATH WHERE LIES YOUR STING THAT YOU TOOK AWAY OUR JOY AND HARMONIOUS LIVING.

WE HAVE ACCEPTED ALL OF THIS AS PEOPLE OF FAITH IN GOD BELIEVING STRONGLY THAT YOU ARE RESTING IN THE BOSOM OF OUR CREATOR TILL WE ALL MEET AT THE FEET OF CHRIST.

THIS BELIEVE OF OURS IS STRONGLY ROOTED IN THE WORDS OF THE HOLY BIBLE DAN 4:35 "ALL THE INHABITANTS OF THE EARTH ARE REPUTED AS NOTHING; HE DOES ACCORDING TO HIS WILL IN THE ARMY OF HEAVEN AND AMONG THE INHABITANTS OF EARTH. NO ONE CAN RESTRAIN HIS HAND OR SAY TO HIM, "WHAT HAVE YOU DONE ".

SOUN RE LAYA JESU. MAY YOUR GENTLE SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE.

ON BEHALF OF LATE SAMUEL FOLORUNSHO OLOWOJOLU AND FAMILY.
Posted by Oyinade Akanbi on February 28, 2021
Uhmmm....Taiwo, my very good "troublesome' friend of Lautech days. Somewhat playful then, with an innocent demeanor around you, and yet very intelligent and smart. Always smiling with those 'smiley' eyes of yours.

I remember the last time we saw physically, sometime in 2006, you and Wale came pay I and my husband a visit at our home. You were dong so well career-wise and had such a promising future ahead of you. Was so proud of you then. Not long after, I learnt of the unfortunate incidence that occurred while you underwent a minor medical procedure. Why such a minor procedure turned out the way it did even with it being carried out in a very notable and reputable hospital, we leave the answers to God almighty.

You are resting now and in a better place where there is no pain.
I pray the Lord comfort and strengthen your dutiful wife, your children and the rest of the family.

Adieu dear friend and continue to rest on.
Posted by Daniel Babalola on February 27, 2021
Uncle Taiwo ..its rare for people to have Such a great impact in such a short time of knowing someone ..but when we talk about rare people,without a shadow of doubt you were one of the few ...the memories I have of you are from 2008 Christmas ...I was very young then but I still hold all those memories dear to my Mind ....I remember when I was told by my mum when your birthday was and discovered it was so close to mine ,Also when she said I resembled you in many ways ...they were things of joy to behold as a child ..and I was hoping to see for myself those traits we shared when you later come out of that bed ..sadly it wasn't just to be .....the only glimmer of hope I take from this is that there's still a place we will see again .....and surely ..by his grace we will see again ...Rest on Sir ..your legacy will never be forgotten
Posted by Mayowa Babalola on February 27, 2021
You were quintessential of a Father, Husband,Son,Uncle,Brother,Boss,Mentor, Colleague,Friend and so many more,you wore all hats so perfectly ❤️

Uncle you are a strong force to reckon with,
You are IRREPLACEABLE.
I looked forward to every december period for Christmas because it was an opportunity to see everyone again as we were the only family member in the North (kaduna),my brother keeps saying those were one of his best Christmas as little as he was then, we would all gather in your house and merry,you hosted a lot of us at the same time,we were sure that you were going to spoil us silly and enjoy so many things,your house was one of those top houses I was free in,we could go to any room and anywhere we wanted to,there was no limit,Different scenerio keeps playing in my head where we talked even as a young girl, I remember the day you and grandma came to pick us at the park in Ibadan, I also remember how you fondly called me 'My Chinese girl',times when you took us to the beach and we were all happy especially my brothers and I as we don't see something like this where we are (Kaduna state),I remembered my mom didn't want us to go, but you were like she should allow us because it wasn't a site we see often,I remembered you telling me to do well in my J.WAEC and that you were going to tell my mom to bring me to Lagos for the holiday,You always bought something for my siblings and I everytime you traveled out,I remember this particular pink blouse you bought for me,I wore it almost every time then except to take a bath,A time came my mom had to hide it because I over wore the blouse, it looked so good on me,I remember the several things (toys,clothes) I always got from you,ahh I'm hurt .I still remember your phone number till date.
I also remember you asking me what university and career and i wanted to do,I remember messing around with your car key remote sensor,I remember some songs that played from your car that I still sing till date,I remember the cross over service we had together, I sat close to you, I remember the family morning devotion in your house where everyone was there, I remember when you were sleeping at a time and I came to disturb you playing in your ears and you just looked at me and went to another room,I remember the day you dropped us at the park,I still remember very clearly seeing you,as we waved each other from the bus after you gave my siblings and I money, I remember when you'll call my mom and we would all be itching to talk to you,we wanted you to hear our voice.
uncle you were a good man,I know if you were here, our lives would have been more transformed than it,you were the people's people,you valued family ties so much, speaking of you in past tense hurts deeply,only Jesus can fix me, I miss you so much and I'm not sure I'll ever recover from this,I just have to learn to live with this wound,you were that GLUE that held us all together,
I really had so much hope that you were coming back to us, I didn't think it was going to end this way,We envisaged a miracle,
but in all I am super honoured to be your Niece, your name is forever in the my heart .
I take solace in the fact that you have joined the clouds of witnesses,where there's no more sorrow,no more pain,no more crying, where there is joy and peace in the presence of God.
We would see again when Jesus calls us home or when He comes to take the saints (rapture),I just have to strive to make sure I make it to heaven where you are,so we can fellowship together.
It really seems like a long time from now,but comparing it to the time we have to spend in eternity, it's no long time at all.
I take comfort in this.
Rest in perfect peace
Thank you so much for FIGHTING
My mommy (your sister) used to tell us stories of risks you took when you were younger,it indeeds shows you are a strong man.
I love you so much Uncle and I'll do everything humanly possible to have you with us. I wished this tears would stop rolling down.
Till the resurrection morning
I am glad and thankful to God for giving me a relationship/tie with you, I am honoured to be your niece.
Forever in my heart,
Your Chinese Girl,as you fondly called me
I Love You.
Posted by Seun Olanrewaju on February 26, 2021
Today with tears in my eyes, I am paying a tribute to a selfless man and great leader who has impacted many lives positively. Bro. Taiwo is a kind of person who would go extra miles to assist others even when it hurts. I remembered your gentle smile and your kind words. I remembered how you used to assist me with my schoolwork in the early 90s when you paid us a visit in Abeokuta; I remembered your great impact in the life of my younger brother. You have been a blessing to me and the entire family. Life is not fair sometimes or most times; it is not fair for you to leave us quickly. Nevertheless, God Almighty understands what we mortals do not know or understand, He is a sovereign God. "You have fought the good fight, you have kept the faith and finished the race; hence, there is laid up a crown of righteousness, which the LORD, the righteous Judge, shall give you at the day..." You will be deeply missed Bro Taiwo Babatunde Oladokun; I will always miss you Sir. Rest on Mr Taiwo Babatunde Oladokun.
Posted by Benjamin Oyinbo on February 26, 2021
Tunde, you touched many life with your kindness, loving, carring and peaceful nature. You are a wonderful intellect, a great soul of matchless courage with great sense of humour. You will surely be missed. We love you but God ....May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Folusho Balogun on February 25, 2021
Uncle Babatunde you are a special gift to us from God , a special breed , a man with a big heart. A well rounded and selfless family man with so much energy and love to share. You were a perfect role model any young man can aspire to become.I remember my holiday times at your place in In Ketu and Lakwe it was always fun filled. You radiate positivity at all times.Aremu baba like you always call me, you just have this way of relating and understanding everyone no matter their age(young and old) you always treat everyone equally. The Nigeria medical system played a big role in snatching you from us.But we take solace in the fact that you are in better place without pain or sorrow. Aremu baba bids you goodnight.Till we meet again.
Posted by Olakunle Olowojolu on February 25, 2021
BODA TUNDE OLADOKUN: THE TRUE STORY
My first encounter with you was in 2001 when you visited our family in Ilorin for the very first time. You were magnetic, charming and ridiculously energetic such that we accepted you into the mainstream of our family almost immediately.
Your leadership qualities made you stand out amongst your friends, family members and colleagues. Your robust energy and vision catapulted you into a trailblazer and inspirational figure.
You were a loving and caring husband and father. Your commitment towards the unity and progress of your extended family made lasting impression on me.
A man designed for the big stage. The international arena was your domain. You were destined for greatness and you would have brought many others into the realm of greatness.
Boda Tunde Oladokun! I celebrate you sir!
Posted by Funke Taylor on February 25, 2021
Bro Taiwo....hmmmm

You became a friend (even though you were many years my senior)
Bro Taiwo...with you it was always good vibes; if one came to you with a heavy heart, you would find a way to cheer the person up.
You were always eager to help, eager to go the extra mile and to encourage.
You always had a joke and teased unending.
I don't even remember all the nicknames you gave me.

You worked hard too, and had visions for your future and worked hard towards them.

You were also committed to God's work.
I had the privilege of working with you as a deputy when you were president of our association (your commitment was one of the reasons I agreed to serve)

When my office was on Oyin Jolayemi, I remember all the days you'd show up, call and say "Taylor, mo wa ni isale" and you'd buy us lunch at the calabar restaurant opposite.
You always had plenty to talk about, I would over shoot my lunch time and always needed to hurry back to work.

Your house at Ketu was open, the warmth from you and your wife always was exemplary.

Bro Taiwo was always full of life and I choose to remember him like that.

I pray for God to continue to help his wife (a strong woman indeed), may his children be called blessed in the land.
Goodnight Bro Tunde Taiwo Oladokun
Posted by ADEKUNLE OJO on February 25, 2021
Babatunde Taiwo Oladokun, word cannot describe your worth. You were so loving and caring. You affected my life in a way I can never estimate. You have made so many sacrifices for my happiness. You touched many lives that are associated with me. You paid for a diet in my professional exam when things were so rough. You are always there whenever I needed you. Infact, you were the first to see my first born before I came down. My first e-mail account was created by you in 1998/1999. You introduced me to Info Tech. You always wanted the best for me no matter the circumstances. You wanted the best to everyone that came your way. You stood by me through thick and thin. Your words of encouragement cannot be overemphasised. You always encouraged me that tomorrow will be better. Not only did you volunteer to drive me during my wedding, your house was full of my guests for days and you made them happy to the extent that they marvelled at how wonderful you were. Whenever I called you, you were always ready. Those who knew you through me always wanted you around.
Your memory will always be fresh in my heart. You are more than a brother. YOU ARE A REAR GEM OF INESTIMABLE VALUE. YOU ARE SO PRECIOUS. You will always be evergreen in my memories. We ate together, played together, watch films and play TV game together before the advent of PlayStation and others. So many sweet memories like queueing to buy fuel for days during scarcity, school visit in Ogbomoso etc. Whenever we had opportunity to be together after we have married, we always gist till we both slept off. You were never afraid of tomorrow and kept on encouraging me. You never looked down or belittled anyone and you had a listening ear with a heart of GOLD. You lived as if you knew life was short. The only hope I have is that we will meet again and rejoice in heaven. I love you but Jesus loves you most. I know you are very happy where you are because this life is not our own. If I am to make a wish, I would have begged God to make you my blood brother. I know you are very happier where you are.
I LOVED YOUR SMILE, YOUR WAYS, YOUR WORDS, I LOVED YOUR HAPPY HEARTED WAY.
I LOVE YOU TAIWO AND YOU WILL BE GREATLY MISSED.
God be with you till we meet again at the feet of Jesus.
-Kunle Ojo
Posted by sk ade on February 25, 2021
You were a colleague, a friend and a mentor. You were a rising star!

Life and death however, belong to the creator, and He is the one , the only one who can console your family, friends and loved ones.

Adieu Tunde, and rest in peace.


Kayode Adebayo
Posted by Gideon bori on February 25, 2021
My dear uncle,
Thanks for all you did for me. Indeed, you touched so many lives, but you touched mine in a great way. I can still remember how you encouraged me to be focused in my academic pursuit; you asked for my CGPA and you indicated the importance of finishing well. You motivated me and I finished my undergraduate pursuit well because of your encouragement. I received several financial supports from you in my undergraduate years. You secured IT placement for me and Tolu in a lucrative sector and I’m still in the sector where I did my IT till today. we stayed in your house throughout our IT days and you tolerated our youthfulness while we were with you. I remember the lesson you gave me on emotional intelligent… I love you but God loves you more. Rest well sir.
Posted by Gbentado Faniyi on February 25, 2021
Taiwo,

Very few people leave lasting impact and good memories of friendship and time spent together. LAUTECH school days and inaugural Alumni organising committee (Lagos Branch) still so fresh on my mind, today and forever. Glad to call you a friend and colleague.

May the Lord grant you eternal rest and your family the fortitude to bear this loss.

You will be greatly missed.

Adieu, Taiwo.
Posted by Oyinkan Oke on February 25, 2021
My very first sweetheart,

Its hard for me to write this tribute because tears come too easily. But I would be remiss if I didn't. That we were bonded by blood (cousin) was less of a tie than the friendship and love that bloomed when you came to bless us with your presence and being in Apapa. My childhood and teenage years had an abundance of laughter, memories, love, and playfulness because you were part of it.
I still remember when my 'rival' Sis Bukky stole your heart from me. Kai! its with a smile that I remember. You showed so much love freely that it was amazing to see in such a conservative/don't show love emotion environment. I still remember us travelling for the wedding and me bring a part of it.
I still remember when we would come for holiday in Nigeria and were 'grown' enough to go out with you to eatery joints (I don't think I ever spent a dime when you were around).
I still remember when you came to the States to visit in NC...wow! It was the best treat ever!
I still remember you calling " Hey, Oyinks Mama.."
I still remember you with Eni and Fola! You were the true epitome of a dotting and loving father
I still remember seeing you in Lagos after the hospital incident and holding so much hope that my God will bring about a miracle.
I still remember the hatred (to date) that I have regarding anything medical in Nigeria
I still remember chilling with Sis Aduni, and Fola, And the professor in Lagos
I still remember being able to see and spend time with you and go around town with Sis Bukky and the kids in London
I still remember sharing an article with my mom on new but experimental solutions that I thought may work
I still remember calls and video calls
I still remember being so happy that my first born was born on you and Bro Babalola's birthday
I still remember my hope never cutting off that God would step in

God did step in...just not in the way I would have wanted. I am selfish enough to admit that I still want my miracle and I still want you here. I am jealous that Heaven's got a new and awesome Angel. Even in my grief, I bless God that all the pain and tribulation is all gone.

I can't wait to hear you call my name again when we meet at Jesus' feet. Do keep smiling, cracking everyone in heaven up, and looking down on ALL of us to make sure we are okay. Say hi to your Grandma, Uncle Biodun and Aunty Asake (my other yuppy and super Uncle and Aunty), Mama and Baba Igboho.
I love you and will love you to bits.
Posted by Ademola Alabi on February 25, 2021
Dear Uncle,

I remember the times you'd come with your wife to Apapa, and ask for us to gather to share gifts and money amongst us.

You're one of the people that inspire me to go into IT, thank you so much for the sweet memories.

Rest till we meet again.
Posted by Tosin Mary on February 25, 2021
My dearest uncle, even though it is hard to believe you have gone to meet with the Lord.
We take solace in the fact that you are resting in the bosom of our Lord. Your uncommon act of benevolence, care and concern is not just memorable but one that will most assuredly linger in the hearts of all of us.
I recall in my school days, you will call and ask for my account number, and send money to me even without asking for financial support, a gesture attested to by my other siblings.
You have fought the good fight of faith, rest on until the glorious day when we shall meet at the master's feet.
Posted by Temitope Ekundayo on February 25, 2021
Thank you Broda Taiwo for the gift of your life to us.
You will be really missed.
Rest on big brother.
May the Holy Spirit comfort your wife, children, family, friends and the body of Christ you left behind.
Love, Temitope Ekundayo (Ogunjimi)
Posted by famoroti kolawole on February 24, 2021
Our loss, heaven's gain. U hv finally gone to be with ur maker. He was a wonderful collaborator in anything gud. God be with ur family. Love u bro.
Posted by Foluke Akintunde on February 24, 2021
Dear Uncle Taiwo,your kindness and generosity inspires us.Your arms were always open to receive everyone without grumbling. Your home was a Home away from Home to us all.I remember after my SSCE when I came to your house in lagos,you were leaving for work on that morning and you said to me 'Foluke,don't wait for anyone to call you for your food,feel free to prepare your meal'You led me to the kitchen,taught me how to put on the gas cooker and showed me the foodstuff.
Our consolation is in the fact that you have found eternal rest and peace.I love you,but God loves you more.

REST WELL UNCLE TAIWO
Posted by Tolu Balogun on February 24, 2021
Uncle mi, the little time we spent together was full of wonderful memories. Was it your visit to me back when I was a fresher in the university and how you encouraged me? or how you sat me down with Gideon and highlighted your plans for us to help us shape our career path while we were both living with you in our IT year? I learnt a great deal of values from you; family was top on your priorities. There was no stranger in your house, everybody was given freedom and loved equally. You were a bridge; bringing everybody together with your love, care and sacrificial giving. We take solace in the fact that we know for sure you are in a better place. Rest on, till we meet again.
Posted by Lekan Ajao on February 24, 2021
I have not just lost a very good childhood friend; But I have lost an awesome, charming, no dull moment Brother! Your memories will always be there to fill the void you have left in our hearts…..I wish your soul Rest in Peace.
You were always known as the bundle of energy, someone who has never surrendered to situations, who has never given up in his life….. Today, we have lost a man of good deeds who is now with God… I wish you had not left us so early!!!
Your smiling pictures, are all over me, you were so cute and handsome, The Lord shall bless the wife, children and siblings you left behind; Mummy shall never lack in your absence, all your past deeds shall transcend to favour to all you left in Jesus mighty name. No more pains, but joy of everlasting resurrection in Him till we meet and part no more. Kenny please be strong and be hopeful, Oluwa a duro ti wa o! Sun re Ore mi, Aburo mi Owon!!
Posted by Bayo Adeyinka on February 24, 2021
Taiwo, it's the good memories I choose to remember. I still recall that day you asked me to come to your office around Oyin Jolayemi on Victoria Island. You encouraged me and we had lunch at one open cafeteria that was not far from your office then.

Your life was truly inspirational. I looked at you as a leading light. You remained very humble in the midst of the blessings. You were more than a friend. You were a true brother- right from our campus days. Right from our campus fellowship. And many people didn't even know you were my senior. You levelled up with everyone.

Hardly have I seen someone so full of pure joy. Your laughter was infectious. You cracked jokes so freely and gave everyone nicknames. With you around, there was no dull moment. And you truly loved the Lord.

May the Lord be with your wife and children. Your wife is a truly good woman. A very good woman.

Good night, Taiwo Oládòkun.
Posted by Olatunbosun Obileye on February 24, 2021
Bro Tunde... you influenced my career and your name is boldly written in my success story. You’re full of life what’s setting something positive in everyone.
Rest on beloved.
Posted by Ayo Adepoju on February 24, 2021
Hmmm.. most people know me as an orator, but words fail me today... all I can I say is “we have lost a rare gem, a scarce breed and premium character”. Taiwo was a selfless, caring and loving friend, always a happy bunny to be around and lighten up anywhere he is. I will miss you ... but rest on in the bosom of our Lord till we meet again to part no more.
Posted by Adesiji Gbade-Alabi on February 24, 2021
Dear brother Tunde,
I thank God for the life you lived. I miss you very much. I know you are with our Heavenly Father and in His fullness of Joy.
Posted by Ayeni Pastor on February 24, 2021
Hmnnn. Taiwo. You came, you saw, you conquered! Sleep on till resurrection morning. A worthy Brother.
Posted by Adesuwa Ojo on February 24, 2021
You’re one of the most open, humble and helpful people I have ever met. If words could bring people back, I’m sure all the lives you’ve affected would draw you back but God knows better.

You’ll never be forgotten.
Posted by Babawale Baderinwa on February 24, 2021
Taiwo ejire ara isokun, edunjobi okan ni mbabi eji lowoletomi, o so alakisa do onigba aso!! You are indeed a rare gem and will forever be missed. Our secondary school days was full of fun together with your Kehinde we bonded as if we were eta oko. The news of your illness was painful and posterity will surely judge the hospital that inflicted the pain. Though, the news of your passing was more painful and was received with a heavy heart but was consoled cause I know that you are in a better place. Taiwo we love you but God love you more. Pray that the good Lord will comfort your immediate family, Kehinde and others. Adieu edunjobi, sleep on.
Baderinwa Folorunsho Babawale 

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Posted by Olakunle Olowojolu on February 28, 2021
TRIBUTE TO LATE TUNDE
MY SON IN LAW.

AN EBULLIENT, DYNAMIC, RESOURCEFUL AND BRIGHT STAR MY SON IN LAW WHO HAS GONE TOO SOON. WHAT A PAINFUL IRREDEEMABLE LOSS.

YOU WERE A SHINNING STAR THAT SHONE BRIGHTER THAN THE MORNING STAR. YOU CAME INTO THIS WORLD WITH LOADS OF CHEERS, CARE, KINDNESS AND HUMILITY. YOU STOOD OUT AS A FORMIDABLE LOVING FAMILY MAN. IN YOUR JOURNEY OF LIFE YOU MET AND LOVED PASSIONATELY YOUR CONFIDANT, WONDERFUL AND ILLUSTRIOUS WIFE MRS BUKOLA OLADOKUN WITH WHOM BOTH OF YOU WERE BLESSED WITH LOVELY AND INTELLIGENT CHILDREN.

SINCE THE UNFORTUNATE INCIDENT OF YOU SEEKING WELLNESS AT ST. NICHOLAS HOSPITAL, WHICH REMAINS INDELIBLE IN OUR MIND, YOUR FAITHFUL WIFE WAS RESOLVED THAT YOU MUST LIVE, BUT ALAS WE WERE UNABLE TO QUERY THE WILL OF GOD.

HMMM! WHAT A TORTUOUS JOURNEY OF LIFE. OH DEATH WHERE LIES YOUR STING THAT YOU TOOK AWAY OUR JOY AND HARMONIOUS LIVING.

WE HAVE ACCEPTED ALL OF THIS AS PEOPLE OF FAITH IN GOD BELIEVING STRONGLY THAT YOU ARE RESTING IN THE BOSOM OF OUR CREATOR TILL WE ALL MEET AT THE FEET OF CHRIST.

THIS BELIEVE OF OURS IS STRONGLY ROOTED IN THE WORDS OF THE HOLY BIBLE DAN 4:35 "ALL THE INHABITANTS OF THE EARTH ARE REPUTED AS NOTHING; HE DOES ACCORDING TO HIS WILL IN THE ARMY OF HEAVEN AND AMONG THE INHABITANTS OF EARTH. NO ONE CAN RESTRAIN HIS HAND OR SAY TO HIM, "WHAT HAVE YOU DONE ".

SOUN RE LAYA JESU. MAY YOUR GENTLE SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE.

ON BEHALF OF LATE SAMUEL FOLORUNSHO OLOWOJOLU AND FAMILY.
Posted by Oyinade Akanbi on February 28, 2021
Uhmmm....Taiwo, my very good "troublesome' friend of Lautech days. Somewhat playful then, with an innocent demeanor around you, and yet very intelligent and smart. Always smiling with those 'smiley' eyes of yours.

I remember the last time we saw physically, sometime in 2006, you and Wale came pay I and my husband a visit at our home. You were dong so well career-wise and had such a promising future ahead of you. Was so proud of you then. Not long after, I learnt of the unfortunate incidence that occurred while you underwent a minor medical procedure. Why such a minor procedure turned out the way it did even with it being carried out in a very notable and reputable hospital, we leave the answers to God almighty.

You are resting now and in a better place where there is no pain.
I pray the Lord comfort and strengthen your dutiful wife, your children and the rest of the family.

Adieu dear friend and continue to rest on.
Posted by Daniel Babalola on February 27, 2021
Uncle Taiwo ..its rare for people to have Such a great impact in such a short time of knowing someone ..but when we talk about rare people,without a shadow of doubt you were one of the few ...the memories I have of you are from 2008 Christmas ...I was very young then but I still hold all those memories dear to my Mind ....I remember when I was told by my mum when your birthday was and discovered it was so close to mine ,Also when she said I resembled you in many ways ...they were things of joy to behold as a child ..and I was hoping to see for myself those traits we shared when you later come out of that bed ..sadly it wasn't just to be .....the only glimmer of hope I take from this is that there's still a place we will see again .....and surely ..by his grace we will see again ...Rest on Sir ..your legacy will never be forgotten
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Shared by Adesuwa Ojo on February 24, 2021
I remember meeting you for the first time through Kunle Ojo and I was drawn to your immense respect, humility and mostly by your open spirit.

You helped me in taking my decision in marrying into the family then because I knew  someone like you around would bring coordination to a lot of things.

I’m still in shock that you’re no longer with us but I’m extremely glad that you’re in a better place. May God continue to bless and keep the family you left behind in Jesus name. Till we meet again in the presence of God to depart no more