ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Benedicta Adenejolu. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Fasami Atinuke on June 16, 2021
Mum Mosun! my rare mother
The news of your death came to us so sudden at the time we didn't expect and at a time I needed you most ... only God knows best.
You are so caring and accommodating to everyone that comes your way,You are an epitome of beauty and love, you have touched my family's lives,we are really going to miss you,you have left a vacuum,will forever remember you.Well you have fought a good fight, you have conquered and you have kept faith, mum Ayo,Bunkola,Funso,Mosun,Anu(yetunde).I shall miss your motherly advice, may God grant you eternal rest .Amen
My mother! My Mentor! SUN RE O
                      Fasami Atinuke (nee Adedeji)
Posted by Toks Olukolu on June 8, 2021
When I heard the news
Tears dropped from my eyes
You were a mother too many of us I remember days in Lagos and London
My mum saw you as her sister always had kind words about you
You always visited and as after my mum

You touched many of us in many ways Rita adores you you were her supporters club
It was a sad day when I got the news
I wish I had that one more chance to see you to hug you
You called me Ade only those that knew my birth called me so

Am going to miss my second Mum

May your soul rest in perfect peace

Posted by Kola Oguntuase on June 7, 2021
Meeting and knowing you Mum was a life transforming experience for me from the very moment the Lord brought you into my life through my darling wife, until He the Lord called you home. I am very grateful to the Lord for it.

You lived for the Lord Mum! I saw one of your amazing pictures of long ago, where you carried the cross of Christ with the Church in procession behind you, through the marketplace in London proclaiming Jesus Christ. My wife then told me that this was what you did every Easter, to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This is the legacy you left behind for us your children and by the grace of the living God, we will continue to walk in this same path, sharing the Gospel, in Jesus mighty and Everlasting Name, Amen.

“Maami” as I often called you, I will miss you dearly - Rev 21 verse 4 says: “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain…………”

You have lived a fulfilled life Mum and now you’re in a better place free of pain. Thank you mum for your selfless service to the Lord. The entire Oguntuase family - all my siblings - say a big thank you to you, for making a great impact in their lives. We will miss you dearly. Your legacy and kindness will not be forgotten.
Rest in the Lord Mum, Adieu, till we meet again.

Your son,
Pastor Kola Oguntuase
Posted by Oguntuase Olubukola on May 28, 2021
Meeting and knowing you Mum was a life transforming experience for me from the very moment the Lord brought you into my life through my darling wife, until He the Lord called you home. I am very grateful to the Lord for it.

You lived for the Lord Mum! I saw one of your amazing pictures of long ago, where you carried the cross of Christ with the Church in procession behind you, through the marketplace in London proclaiming Jesus Christ. My wife then told me that this was what you did every Easter, to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This is the legacy you left behind for us your children and by the grace of the living God, we will continue to walk in this same path, sharing the Gospel, in Jesus mighty and Everlasting Name, Amen.

“Maami” as I often called you, I will miss you dearly - Rev 21 verse 4 says: “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain…………”

You have lived a fulfilled life Mum and now you’re in a better place free of pain. Thank you mum for your selfless service to the Lord. The entire Oguntuase family - all my siblings - say a big thank you to you, for making a great impact in their lives. We will miss you dearly. Your legacy and kindness will not be forgotten. Rest in the Lord Mum, Adieu, till we meet again.

Your son-in-law, Pastor Kola Oguntuase
Posted by Olalekan Bankole on May 28, 2021
A mother in Israel'
Loving, Compassionate, Benevolent, Understanding, Supportive, I can go on and on in describing who you are.. You devoted your life to the service of God and humanity, you were transparently selfless. Though you have gone to be with the Lord your impact in the lives of many would live forever . I keep hearing your voice and your words. Still very difficult to accept that we wouldn't get that message, that call from you anymore..Our comfort is knowing that you are in a better place. Adieu mummy keep resting in the Bossom of the Lord. We will forever Love and Miss you.

Your Son - In - Law
Pastor Lekan Bankole
Posted by Goddy Godelo on May 27, 2021
Grandma was special. Your memories will forever live on in our minds. My family will be grateful for all you did for us. May God rest grandma in peace. We will also all miss grandma. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord until we meet to part no more.

(Mojisola, Gboyega and The Ositelu family)
Posted by Helen Imoiko-Edwards on May 25, 2021
Mummy dearest
Your sadly missed
Thank you for being there for me at my times of need and standing by me when needed
May your soul rest in peace
Posted by Celine Funmi Sheinman on May 24, 2021
My dearest dearest sister,cousin friend. You will be truly missed but I believe the Lord knows best. Thank you for all that you've done for your family and for being there for me at all times. Your respect, your love and constantly checking are much appreciated. You're a gem. May the Lord give you rest and may you rise in glory. You will remain in my heart and in my prayers. Sun re o. We love you but Jesus loves you more. Adieu.
Posted by Saha Onabule on May 23, 2021
A tribute to Grandma London

Grandma London was truly a beautiful, warm and pleasant soul. She was everybody’s mummy. Whenever our families went for holidays to the UK or for any other visit, she always made the effort to come and see us or at the very least call severally to be sure we were fine and not in need of anything. I was always touched by the fact that she would always make sure i did not leave without a gift. Her wisdom, impartial stance and commitment made a great impression to this day and she taught me so many life lessons by her acts of selflessness. We will miss the text messages we exchanged particularly on mothers’ day and birthdays. We believed and held on to God for her healing but alas it pleased God to call her home. Indeed Heaven has gained an angel.
Rest on Grandma London, Adieu Great Mother in Israel.

With love from
Bassey, Daniel, Ekaete and our families .
Posted by MC Mary Salu on May 23, 2021
My dearest Mummy, I cannot believe you are gone. You were such a gentle, caring and God fearing mother. You were not just a mother to me, but a mother to many nations. The first time I met you over 30 years ago was when my late husband introduced me to you as my mother in law. You have been a great mother to me, even after the death of my husband. You stood by me like a rock. The children call you Big Mummy Bola and they cannot believe you have gone. We love you very much but God loves you more. You have gone to rest in the presence of the Lord. God knows you have fought your battle and wanted you to go and rest. We love and miss you dearly.

May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by BT Oduntan on May 23, 2021
You may be gone from our midst but you aren’t gone from our hearts. Because we will always remember you. Your legacies remain alive with thousands of people. We praise God for the life you lived.

We the family of Oduntan are glad we had the chance to know you as a friend and a sister to our mum , you are a shining example of faithfulness and loyalty you stayed faithful to God until your last breath. Rest in paradise ma!
Posted by Olubukola Oguntuase on May 23, 2021
*My Tribute to Mum*

My elegant mum, God’s beautiful creation, displaying his perfection! I remember being very proud of you as I was growing up, showing off your pictures to my friends. You were beautiful in appearance to me that as a little girl, I was so naive like any other girl and focused on your outward appearance. As I grew older, however, I began to see that you were even much more beautiful on the inside! Wao! mum, you were very kind and generous to anyone and everyone that God brought across your path! This you instilled in me. You taught me great values: to care and to share, to be respectful, gentle, considerate and patient with others. You taught me that forgiveness is a virtue, to always let go of all hurt and give people a second chance.

You lived the Holy Scriptures to the best of your knowledge! People would often say to me “your mother is too kind to a fault because most people she’s kind to would never return the kindness”. Even when I tell you what people say, you’d always remind me to be a true Christian. You’d always stress that we don’t help people to expect anything in return from them, but only from the Lord. Even your childhood friends testified of your love and kindness when you were growing up and they confirmed that through the years until your passing, you never changed.

You would always say to me and your son, my husband, “ the God that you are serving, continue to worship him relentlessly.” You stood by us and encouraged us even when the future looked so bleak! You visited us and ate with us even when we had nothing! You wanted to watch God do wonders in our lives! Yes Mum! You witnessed it all!

You were a great beautiful mother indeed! Would not trade you for another! Thank you for everything you taught me and your son. We pray that you rest in perfect peace until that glorious day, when you shall rise first with all the other saints and meet with Christ in the air! We love you mum and will miss you dearly. We’ll continue to make you proud in Jesus’ Glorious and Precious name Amen.
Dcns Olubukola Oguntuase
Your First Daughter
Posted by Mrs. Iniobong Efiom-Ekaha on May 22, 2021
The great girl has gone home to be with her Maker.

There aren't enough words to describe the rare gem called Mrs Benedicta Boladale Adenejolu.

She was a mother in Israel, the lady with the Midas touch, a home builder, a genuine friend, a peace broker, a shoulder wide enough to lean on, ready to sacrifice if need be, bold enough to tell the truth, no matter the circumstance.
She was a great cook especially with her trademark akara.

Mama Ayo was a fashion icon without unnecessary extravagance.
  She was an epitome of kindness and literally "enlarged her tent " to accommodate others irrespective of tribe and tongue, especially children in need to the extent that her other children and grandchildren are more than her own biological children and grandchildren, put together.

Iya Ayo was all these and more.
 
I have known and related with this lady for over 20 years not just as an in-law but also as my Aburo.We had never had occasion nor cause to disagree for one minute even in dire times.
 
When the time for her home call drew near, true to type, she gave death a tough fight and defied all the experts' predictions and exceeded the terminal date. What more can we say except bid her a warm and final farewell.

Adieu Aburo. Take your well deserved rest in the bosom of the Lord. It is well.
Posted by Bolaji Akindele on May 22, 2021
Such a beautiful mother both inside and outward. Iya daradara su re oooo. Continue to rest in peace ma, you have fought the fight and you have ran the race you will forever be missed. Love always Bolaji Akindele & family
Posted by Mabinuori Sarumi on May 22, 2021
From The Mabinuori Family
Obinja majekolo ohun tiwonje lorun nikobawon je o sunre o
You were a true gem who loved everyone both family and non-family alike. I remember ni olowogbowo just like yesterday when we were young girls and we had the vision to carry the family tradition to the next generation, this has always been your watch ward as you carry everyone along and your love for your fellow man can not be measured. As you have lived an exemplary life and shown your children the way of the lord I am sure the good Lord will watch over them and not let them deviate from the path you have set for them, this I am sure will be good news when you meet the creator. You will be truly missed, my sister.
Posted by Grace Oguntuase on May 21, 2021
Grandma was a one of a kind woman. She was caring and always looked out for me and my brothers. She was always quick to comfort us when needed and never missed in making us laugh or entertaining us with her non-stop nollywood movies. I thank God for her life and I look forward to meeting her again when that day comes. I love you grandma, and i miss you with all my heart.

By Your Granddaughter,

Grace
Posted by Mary Raji on May 21, 2021
Mama Ayo,

You've gone so soon, we love you but God loves you most. Sleep well in the bossom of your maker, until we meet to part no more.

You fought your fight and won your race, may God continue to console the family that you have left behind and the church of God, Elephant and Castle.

Rest in Peace MC Adenejolu.

From
MC Raji and Family.
Posted by Jay Banjoko on May 20, 2021
Our relationship with you was real and genuinely a mother/daughter/son relationship. I am sure everyone had their unique way of connecting with you. We will miss your motherly counsel. Sweet are the memories, we have this solace, that you are resting in the bosom of the Lord.

Good night mummy.

Wole & Nike Banjoko
Posted by Oluwabukunola Obameso on May 21, 2021
It's so sad to see you go but I know you're resting peacefully in the bossom of the Almighty. You're greatly missed ma. We love you
Sleep well mama
Posted by John Oguntuase on May 20, 2021
Grandma was one of a kind. She was a caring, lovable person to everyone she met. Grandma's fitness made her unique for someone of her age. Her ability to do many things aided to that as well. She had a special place within everyone. Her passing to glory has affected the many hearts of people who cared for her, who loved her, who cherished her. Most of us would have felt distraught. Others would have mourned. Some would have grieved. Nonetheless, all of us were delighted knowing she has ascended to a better place, a place that none of us could come close to imagine. She is having the opportunity to sit by the right hand side of The Father. An opportunity we all intend to take and achieve. Grandma, you will be missed, but our love for you will remain evident within our hearts until it is our time to come home. In Jesus's Name, Amen.
Posted by Sena omosewa Akosi on May 20, 2021
Mama Adelejolu was not only a person I met in elephant and castle, but she was a mother that was always looking out for me at any time, both outside and in church. Especially when I call her about an issue of mine. Her words. Courage, Always gives me confidence. I'll miss her. My kids call her 'grandma Jessica'. She's a adorable person with a heart of pure gold. She will be dearly missed... I'll not only miss her, she'll forever remain in my heart as a mother that loves other people around her. She cares so much, especially when you are in need of help. May her soul rest in perfect peace... Good night grandma..

BUKOLA ATIPEJO BAMGBOSE
Posted by Bose Kaffo on May 19, 2021
Mummy! I can not believe you have gone. I love you Mummy! I miss you dearly mainly for your motherly advice and our conversations. I will always remember you for your kindness and you will forever be in my mind. Mummy I thank God for your life. Well done! May your soul rest in eternal peace Mummy. Amen
Posted by James Oluwasegun Durojaiy... on May 19, 2021
Ma’am B B Adenejolu (Woli Anglican)1st Woli & 1st Lady of CCC Overseas Diocese .
Your life span was destined to be 75 years!
However your well spent life was remarkable! God sent you on a great mission to deliver the intentions of the Almighty God to divinely establish the last boat of salvation to the United Kingdom in 1968 ,Hence the Altar was laid by Mummy C A Olaiya who was instructed by God and also given the grace to lay the 1st Alterof CCC in the western world ,you gave very authentic messages that are still in activation to this day ! Halleluyah we give God the adoration!
You were youthful and down to earth till the end of your life ,At least we communicated with each other 3times a week and you communicated with Mummy Durojaiye twice a day since 2002 when she came back from Nigeria .eventhough we the Durojaiye knew you through the Olaiya’s in 1968 .
We became closer in 1992 when I arrived .since then it’s been has if we were families ,
You were generous,sociable and very communicative . We as a family will really missed you so much ! I’m glad I was able to see you at least once a week since last year September .we spoke ,we shared a lot together ! We will always remember those moments we had together and cherish them .
Eventhough it would had been nice to still have you around us .But God wanted you with Him in paradise! May the Lord grant you eternal rest mama ! Amen.❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Adieu Mum Adenejolu (Nee Adeyemi John).

James Durojaiye on behalf of The Durojaiyes

Posted by comfort adediran on May 19, 2021
ADIEU MY DEAREST MAMA AYUS.
Let me begin by thanking God Almighty for
a life well spent. It's not easy for me to write this tribute because I'm yet to come into reality that you are gone. It's sad you are gone to a place of no return. Words can't begin to describe how much I'm going to miss you.
Mama Ayus you were the Bedrock of your
Families both immediate and extended. You
loved all your children, I could see it in the way you made sure you provided for them all in your own social way when they came to visit.
( ABIYAMO TOTO )
Mama Ayus was down to earth and very caring.
People were drawn to her by her warmth , She had left a gap to fill. She was agile , tough and most of all strong, determined DISCIPLINARIAN. Always Warm Welcoming, Kind , Humble , Loving and ever Reliable. She was a Virtuous Woman.
I , Abidemi, miss you in my Own personal ways for all the special intangible ways that you touched my heart- ways that can't be defined by words.
ADIEU mama Ayus, my dearest Sister and Friend .
Sleep Well and rest in perfect peace in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Jesus CHRIST.
Mama Ayus Sunre! Sunre! Sunre O!
COMFORT ABIDEMI OKUPE.
Posted by Abiodun Aruleba on May 19, 2021
Mummy, Death brings heartache, but your kindness and big heart defeated the sorrow in death. I will for ever miss your soothing words of advice mummy. Continue to rest in the bosom of our Father in Heaven, till we meet and part no more. Sun ree ooo.... Mummy Adenejole
Posted by Francis Imoiko on May 19, 2021
Mummy A......I bless God for the privilege of knowing you....for you were truly a mother in every sense of the word.
Thank you for all you did to prune Ayo and I; we are in no doubt that you were proud of the men we became.
It is HARD to accept the death of a loved one like you. We all wish we had the power to make death go away from the face of the earth forever and never return. We wish to live on earth without losing anyone dear to us.  But sadly, death is inevitable. Your death leaves a huge void in our hearts that only time can heal. We pray that your sweer soul will find peace and always watch over everyone of us you called family.

Mummy........Proverbs:31 personifies you:
"Who can find a virtuous woman? for her price is far above rubies.
Strength and honor are her clothing; and she shall rejoice in time to come.
She openeth her mouth with wisdom; and in her tongue is the law of kindness.
She looketh well to the ways of her household, and eateth no the bread of idleness.
Her children arise up, and call her blessed" 

I pray your sleep will be sweet and peaceful for you surely ran your race well and undoubtedly finished your course.
Posted by Cynthia Johnson-Atolaiye on May 18, 2021
Aunty mi, Still trying to come to reality that you are gone. You were my second mom. I am really going to miss you ma.
Remembered while living in England about 30 years ago and needed accommodation badly, you found out and asked me to move in with you and Funsho.
That was a profound moment for me. You never charged me a penny for almost two years of living with you, even when I bought groceries, you got mad with me. Aunty, this is a big blow to your children and the John family.
May your loving, pleasant soul rest in peace ma, Esu re, ma rire.
Posted by Abeni Durojaiye on May 18, 2021
A Friendship that became cordial relationship.

Aburo as fondly called you whenever we were in tete-a-tete.
It is very sad that you have gone to a place where there is no return of which everybody owes because it is a permanent home for all mankinds.
The time, when and where it will happen still unknown. God is great.
I thank God for your life well spent.
All you came to this world to do was accomplished.
Thank God also for your total dedication towards God's work. It is not how long but how well.
l pray that you will have a place in the bossom of God's kingdom. May your soul rest in perfect peace. Sleep well. I love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Obianuju Obi on May 18, 2021
Grandma was a special person,
Very caring,
Full of life,
Very Exceptional
Love her so much and will miss her knowing she had gone to be in a better place with the Lord
Rip Grandma
Posted by Olayinka Aruleba on May 18, 2021
Mummy you are you will always be miss we miss you so much you’re just a loving mother from the time I know you you’ve been very generous to me and my family sleep on mummy till we meet again good night
Posted by Mary Omotolani on May 18, 2021
Grandma, I will always miss you. But I have so many wonderful memories to hang on to. You were a role model, and a friend. Your guidance and love will carry me through to the end of my days.
Posted by Iyabo Ogunro on May 18, 2021
Mummy am going to miss you so much you we're always there for me me and my family you didn't want you to go this soon but God loves you more rest in perfect peace
Posted by Abi Akinkuolie on May 18, 2021
Mummy, it is hard for me to write this message, to say RIP, as to me I will see you again soon in the church. After much deliberation, I know the news is real and we accept it now, as God gives and God takes at its time. We will miss you. You have been there, from the first day I first met you which I recall fondly until now, you have held a special place in our hearts. Thank you for the love, words of wisdom and forever being you ma.

You left a great legacy in CCC particularly in the UK. You have ran your race and you ran it well.

Good night mummy!
From your children Abi & Ife Akinkuolie. Xxx
Posted by chriistopher oduntan on May 17, 2021
Goodnight to my loving sister I sincerely love you but God loves you more. your affectionate sister Maggie that you love joins me to say good bye and goodnight. the memory of you will linger on for a very long time.   REST IN PEACE AUNTY
Posted by MRS MARGARET ODUNTAN on May 17, 2021
My darling sister mama Ayo I can't believe that you are gone as I used to called you A.Y.O. I am going to miss you dearly my darling sister, it was a privilege knowing you, you are a virtuous woman, my mentor, my best friend and my Sister I learnt a lot from you we love you but Jesus loves you more you are a great woman of God a virtuous woman. I believe you're with our Lord Jesus Christ, May your soul rest in perfect peace. ADIEU MAMA AYO ABIYAMO OTITO SUN REEEEE OOOOO
Posted by Taiwo Matthew on May 17, 2021
Mummy we want to thank God for your life and the many lives (including ours) that you touched along your journey here on earth. I remembered you always asking after me and my family whenever you’re in Ireland. You had a wonderful life with your children and grandchildren-which made your life a fulfilling one. You also had the rare privilege to prepare for your departure. In all these, you’ll be greatly missed. We love you but God loves you more. Sleep well until we meet at the Lord’s feet
Posted by Iyabo Matthew on May 17, 2021
Mummy, I can’t still believe that you are gone! You were such a sweet and loving mother to all of us that you knew through your biological children. You cared so much about our ministry in Ireland and always prayed for strength for us and you encouraged us even on your sick bed whenever we called to check up on you. You will be truly missed, but we take solace in the knowledge that you are resting at the bosom of our Lord Jesus until we meet again. E sun re o Mummy, didun ni iranti olododo (Blessed is the memory of the righteous)
Ps Mrs Iyabo Matthew(Ireland)
Posted by Muyiwa Olujohungbe on May 17, 2021
Mummy, you will be dearly and sorely missed, you have left a large vacuum that can't be filled. May you rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Michael Bankole on May 17, 2021
During your last birthday ceremony, it shows that you are a great inspiration to many people. Evidently, you shared your life so willingly with others. I am convinced that the joy you brought to many people will create a ripple effect. Thank you for leaving this world better than you found it. May your soul Rest In Perfect Peace.
Posted by Rosemary Ogunlaja on May 16, 2021
Mama Ayo you have been a pillar to us all you will be greatly missed your gentle and assuring voice May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace in the bosom of our lord
Posted by Bukola Olaseile on May 16, 2021
Mummy, I thank God for your life. You'll always be remembered as a shining star. You were a Godsent to me. We know that right now, you'll be enjoying the eternal peace of God the father. You lived a fulfilled life mummy. We'll always be grateful for all you did on this earth. We love you. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Tosin Paul on May 16, 2021
Grandma,
You made my childhood very memorable. You played the role my late grandmother would've played. You made me experience pure love and for that we'll never forget you. Thank you for all you did. I thank God for you were a very virtuous woman with burning passion for the things of the Lord. Rest on Grandma.

Olaseile Oluwatosin.
Posted by Tomilade Tolu on May 16, 2021
Grandma, we'll always remember that special smile, that caring heart and warm embrace, you always gave us. You being there for all of us through good and bad times, no matter what. We'll always remember you, Grandma, because there will never be another one to replace you in our hearts.... forever in our heart.
Posted by Bunmi Adegbite on May 16, 2021
Mum

You are a mother indeed, may your soul rest in peace. Abiamo to to. Continue to rest with your creator. We love you mum but God loves you more. Sun re oooo.
Posted by Sarah Habeeb on May 16, 2021
Mummy.... you are a good mother, not only to your biological children but all children that met you. You have run a good race that ended well. My tears is how much you will be missed, but you have gone to our creator till we meet to part no more. May the lovely family and friends you left behind be protected till eternal. RIP (mama dada) amen . Mrs Ireti Habeeb
Posted by Joke APANISHILE on May 16, 2021
TO GOD BE THE GLORY FOR THE LIFE SPENT.MUMMY ADENEJOLU CONTINUE TO REST IN THE BOSOM OF YOUR LORD. JEHOVAH WILL
CONTINUE TO KEEP AND PROTECT THE CHILDREN , GRANDCHILDREN, FAMILY AND ALL THAT YOU LEFT BEHIND.
Posted by Olushola Adeniran on May 16, 2021
Dearest Mummy, Your departure came as a rude shock.Heaven just gained a sweet angel, a jewel of inestimable value, kind-hearted and selfless soul. You are loved by many people and your legacy lives on. I pray that Jehovah will console, comfort, strengthen and encourage your children in Jesus name. Rest Peacefully in the bossom of Jesus Christ.
Posted by Lawrence Adeolu Akinwumi on May 16, 2021
Losing someone is not in our hands, it's all the part of destiny.
My deepest Condolence to her family and we her loved ones. You are like a mother to my family, for your caring and the words of an advice. Mummy we loved you but God loves you best, this gives us the full assurance that you are resting in the arms of God. May your kindness soul rest in peace, for your labour In His vineyard will never go unrewarded in Jesus Name. And may God in His infinite mercy continue to protect everyone of us she left behind including the church of God in Jesus Name Amen. Good night Mummy till we met in Jesus feet amen.
Posted by Josephina Joseph on May 16, 2021
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace. May her children relatives and friends we consoled. She shall be thoroughly missed.


Posted by Ade Ojeleye on May 16, 2021
My sincerest sympathy to the whole family as I know this time will be of solemn rectitude. I recently lost my mother too so I have an idea of how you will be feeling. She has gone to rest but we will all meet again. May the creator bless her soul. And may she rest in peace.
Amen
A Ojeleye
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Posted by Fasami Atinuke on June 16, 2021
Mum Mosun! my rare mother
The news of your death came to us so sudden at the time we didn't expect and at a time I needed you most ... only God knows best.
You are so caring and accommodating to everyone that comes your way,You are an epitome of beauty and love, you have touched my family's lives,we are really going to miss you,you have left a vacuum,will forever remember you.Well you have fought a good fight, you have conquered and you have kept faith, mum Ayo,Bunkola,Funso,Mosun,Anu(yetunde).I shall miss your motherly advice, may God grant you eternal rest .Amen
My mother! My Mentor! SUN RE O
                      Fasami Atinuke (nee Adedeji)
Posted by Toks Olukolu on June 8, 2021
When I heard the news
Tears dropped from my eyes
You were a mother too many of us I remember days in Lagos and London
My mum saw you as her sister always had kind words about you
You always visited and as after my mum

You touched many of us in many ways Rita adores you you were her supporters club
It was a sad day when I got the news
I wish I had that one more chance to see you to hug you
You called me Ade only those that knew my birth called me so

Am going to miss my second Mum

May your soul rest in perfect peace

Posted by Kola Oguntuase on June 7, 2021
Meeting and knowing you Mum was a life transforming experience for me from the very moment the Lord brought you into my life through my darling wife, until He the Lord called you home. I am very grateful to the Lord for it.

You lived for the Lord Mum! I saw one of your amazing pictures of long ago, where you carried the cross of Christ with the Church in procession behind you, through the marketplace in London proclaiming Jesus Christ. My wife then told me that this was what you did every Easter, to celebrate the death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. This is the legacy you left behind for us your children and by the grace of the living God, we will continue to walk in this same path, sharing the Gospel, in Jesus mighty and Everlasting Name, Amen.

“Maami” as I often called you, I will miss you dearly - Rev 21 verse 4 says: “He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain…………”

You have lived a fulfilled life Mum and now you’re in a better place free of pain. Thank you mum for your selfless service to the Lord. The entire Oguntuase family - all my siblings - say a big thank you to you, for making a great impact in their lives. We will miss you dearly. Your legacy and kindness will not be forgotten.
Rest in the Lord Mum, Adieu, till we meet again.

Your son,
Pastor Kola Oguntuase
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Shared by Nikky Ehinlanwo on May 16, 2021
Mum,
what could I say from the day I knew you, I always knew you had a large heart. Not just for  your biological children but for every child that comes in contact with you. For every life you come in contact with you ensured you left your fingerprint. 

It was a privilege knowing you and I’m so glad and encouraged you’re in a better place away from all pain and sorrow. You set a legacy that will be remembered by many. Each day I remember you I hear your voice calling and saying ‘You’re friend is around that’s why you see me’ but you’ll still hug me
and we pick up from where we last left our discussions. 

Thank you for been such an amazing mum and individual that impacted the lives of everyone that came in touch with you. I know you’ll be celebrated.

We shall see soon at the feet of Jesus. You’ve just gone to prepare our arrival. 

The question lies for those coming behind, what is your legacy? What would you like to be remembered for?

Mum has finished her work and we celebrate her as she’s at the feet of Jesus. I pray we all make it too and set a legacy that will impact the lives of many, that we shall fulfill our purpose and calling on earth, and as we write this amazing eulogy of an amazing wife, mother, friend example to many, a strong believer in Christ the same story will be written about each of us.

Remember the best gift we can give mum is to surrender all to Jesus as she did right up to her last breath. 

Adieu Mum your fight is over the battle has been won. You shall be missed dearly.

Ps Nike Ehinlanwo