To live in hearts we leave behind
Is not to die.
  • 49 years old
  • Born on October 4, 1964 in Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on August 6, 2014 in Lagos, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Abosede Okusaga, 49, born on October 4, 1964 and passed away on August 6, 2014. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Oseide A. Akojenu on 4th October 2018
Missed iya Gaga so much. She was a very wonderful sister and mother. Continue to rest in the bosom Our Lord Amen.
Posted by Wale Osisanya on 4th October 2018
Happy birthday great aunty...I miss you silly! Keep resting in the bossom of the Possessor of Heaven and Earth
Posted by Joyce Macaulay on 6th August 2018
Forever missed. Continue to rest on in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Seni Adejumo on 6th August 2018
Words can't describe how much we miss you mom. Ope and I still spoke about how much love and attention Inioluwa would have received from you. Thank you for the many years of good memories that you left for us to remember you by. Continue to rest with our Lord. Love you always
Posted by Wale Osisanya on 6th August 2018
Aunty, another RCCG convention is here...I miss you so much; Keep resting in the bosom of the almighty. Love you
Posted by Oladipo Keshiro on 6th August 2018
There's no other way to put it, you are forever missed! A legend in your own right. You left gigantic boots that will take some filling!!! Continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty.
Posted by Seni Adejumo on 7th August 2017
I wish I can express how much i miss you mum but it's too hard. I love you more than you can imagine but I miss you even more. Keep resting I the Lord. Bless you mum
Posted by Remi Moshood on 7th August 2017
Continue to rest peacefully in the bosom of your creator Iya gags. We miss you loads, but God knows best.
Posted by Joyce Macaulay on 7th August 2015
It is so unbelievable that one year has passed since your demise. I still find it difficult because l remember the way you talk and exclaim at things at times and l wonder. I know certainly that you are with the Lord, continue to rest in Him.
Posted by Titi Abubakar on 7th August 2015
Aunty mi, it's been a year since you passed away, the way i miss you is different now, i saw your son 3 days ago i felt your presence i almost cried, i still think about you. i will forever miss you. ma sinmi l'aya olugbala.
Posted by Olaseni Akinwunmi on 7th August 2015
It has been a year and still miss "Iya 'ni gba" badly - occasionally still hear her laugh and see her smile; my abiding memory of Mrs Okusaga . A friend, colleague and sister who I miss a lot. R.I.P.
Posted by Oluwadara Akinduro on 6th August 2015
Rest on in the bosom of the LORD*
Posted by Oseide A. Akojenu on 6th August 2015
You're truly missed. All the jokes, fun times we had together. Truly she's a mother. The Good Lord will continue to keep you in His bosom. Amen. Iya Gags.................
Posted by Damilola Elufioye on 6th August 2015
I would miss you forever mummy. Continue to dwell in the blossom of our Lord. A million kisses
Posted by Seun Osonoiki on 6th August 2015
Dear Ma'am, we remember you today as always...... this office is not the same without you.... you are greatly missed. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord. Amen
Posted by Olukayode Taiwo on 6th August 2015
I will forever miss you iya Shaga as popularly called at Lamata. Though you're gone but not forgotten. Eternal Lord grant her soul perfect rest amen
Posted by Seun Bakare on 6th August 2015
One Year after, Your memory is still very fresh. You're Gone, but not forgotten. Continue to rest in peace ma.
Posted by Adebowale Mofoluke Ajetun... on 2nd September 2014
"If love alone could have saved you, You never would have died.A heart of Gold stopped beating, Two twinkling eyes close to rest.God broke our ears to prove he only took the best. Never a day goes by that you are not in my heart. We love you but God loves you more ". Rest in the bossom of the lord till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Adeyanju David on 1st September 2014
How can one forget this ever beaming young lady at Universal Trust bank. She was an outstanding and humble character to work with. I can't forget my interaction with her at Domestic operations where she made an indelible impact on me. She was ever ready to learn and work. No wonder, as a Secretary, she transmuted to a marketing officer in the bank. Popularly called Okus, may her gentle sol rest in perfect peace. Adieu.
Posted by Wale Osisanya on 1st September 2014
The most heartfelt event of my life this year was the death of my aunt in August. She was a wonderful jewel with a kind, open heart, lover of God infact, a God Addict..Selfless in her works and chores, Extremely hardworking and generous, Beautiful and sweet to behold...memories of how i move around campus (OAU) with her like my mum *smiles* I was proud of her as my aunt..she'll always talk to me in the midst of her colleagues like a baby, she kept hammering MBA program in my ears...not to talk of how she takes care of us when we meet in RCCG camp during either conventions or congresses like she was paid to do it #veryselfless. Will never forget my aunt, she was a very special person to me. She was only 49 when she died. Aunty B! you may be gone but you’re certainly not forgotten. Not by any of us. May your gentle soul Rest in Perfect Peace.
Posted by Eno Ezekiel on 29th August 2014
My heart really breaks leaving a tribute for you. Having worked with you for about 8 years, I am consoled by the memory of your ever smiling face, you always teasing me and pulling my cheeks. You were a fun loving, amiable lady with integrity and self worth. Now that i think about it, am not sure i ever saw you get angry...Am still in denial about your passing but I know that God in his infinite mercies has you all wrapped up in his bosom. Rest in peace with the Lord, my dearest friend- Abosed.O- You indeed would be continually loved and in our hearts forever. God bring peace and comfort to your family you left behind. They will be ok.
Posted by Atinuke Jibodu on 29th August 2014
Aunty Bose, hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. It's is painful but all is well. Ope and Adeolu, take heart. God will never depart from you. She will forever lives in our memory.
Posted by Damilola Elufioye on 29th August 2014
Words can't express the depth of sadness felt as a type this. Mrs Okus as I fondly called her growing up was a lover of children...ever so bubbly with so much smiles and laughter. Whoever is with her can't be skinny. Beautiful and kind soul, giver to the core. I still can't absorb this totally...I feel like at some point someone would tell me it's all a prank. But my consolation is, you lived a good life and your memories which are wonderful would live forever in our hearts. I love you very much Mummy... With all the love in the world... From Dami Girl, aka, Omo she'd always call me.
Posted by Dami Osisanya on 28th August 2014
Aunty B!...I will forever cherish the the times we shared together and the memories we made ,all those holidays I spent in your house,such a cheerful and hardworking woman.You were more than my aunt,you were my mother...I remember when ope and I would quarrel and you would say "why are you quarreling?,you guys would still get married and have kids,stop all this"...oh!,how I wish you'd be here to watch us grow more,get married and carry our kids,but I strongly believe God knows best!,and no one can question his will.Rest In Peace in the bossom of The Lord my dear Aunty B....We love you,but God loves you more.You'll be missed dearly.
Posted by Favour Omoregha on 28th August 2014
Bose, the few times I met you, you may not know it but your smile and gentle attitude touches me and ppl around me. May your soul rest in perfect peace while I pray for God to give your hubby and children the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. Goodnight till we meet at the Lord's supper table.
Posted by Gboyega Osisanya on 28th August 2014
Hmmm, from where do i even begin from? i don't know but one thing i'm sure of is that Aunty Bose was more than an aunt. she was caring, understanding, full of life, sweet and above all Lovely... There is no doubt that i personally will miss her especially her hailings, smiles and Love. To my cousins, may God grant you the fortitude to be able to bear this irrepairable and unforgettable loss.. and this would not lead to series of bad incidents for us all in Jesus Name. Amen!!! Do accept my heartfelt condolences..
Posted by Olasumbo Agbeke on 27th August 2014
We were teenagers. Innocent, bubbling and full of life. We met at school. Abosede, iya ijebu. Calm but full of life. Straightforward and kind. Sweet are your memories, dearest. Sleep tite, enjoy the rest but never far away from those gifts God gave you. Watch over them, continue to be the mother hen even as you take that eternal nap......someday,.....we will meet again.
Posted by Joyce Macaulay on 27th August 2014
Bosyko as l foundly called you. I am still in shock at the news of your demise. All what we discussed non can now be fulfiled but l am comforted by the fact that you are resting in the bossom of the Almighty God. I pray that God will uphold Lekan and your children and give them the fortitude to bear this irriperable and unbearable loss. Continue to sleep soundly in the bossom of the Lord. RIP
Posted by Adejumo Olatunde on 26th August 2014
with great grieve i received the shocking demise of a great woman who was always full of smile.My getting close to know this great woman was when she was sent to my parish on Bible college attachment at RCCG Champions palace,She was always smiling and happy.I didnt see this coming but God knows best.May her soul rest in peace and it is also my prayer to God to grant all her loved once the fortitude to bear her sudden departure to be with the Lord in Heaven.
Posted by Atim Bamgbose on 26th August 2014
Ope, as you read all this tributes no doubt tears will come to your eyes, however may you find comfort that mum touched many life's and left a positive mark on those life's. May God comfort your heart in a way that no human being can. Treasure all the memories of mum and know that even from heaven she is smiling down at you and expecting you to surpass her in everything. Your uncle niji and I feel your pain. We pray that God's peace garrisons your heart today and the years to come. It is well
Posted by Roteeme Dotman on 26th August 2014
Like my wife wrote,...speechless !!! We lived on the same street but you treated us like family. Always very friendly and willing to be of help... May your selfless soul rest in peace...And to the family you left behind...I mourn with them ...but they should please 'keep your flag flying'...
Posted by Moni Oluda on 26th August 2014
Still trying to figure out the last I saw of you if truly you looked like "it 's gonna happen anytime soon". God...........speechless! I won't forget that day in a hurry, a day you showed me your other side -" humility". Rest on beloved but don't sleep too deep. Remember the people you left behind.
Posted by Ranti Alaka on 25th August 2014
Words fail me everyday i opened this page to write. Hmmmm,so you are truly gone. I met you through your daughter and you treated me as if im your sister and close pal. You dished my food with Ope's food on many occasion during the period she had her Industrial Attachment in our company then. We gisted on phone many attimes and we talk as friends; how are the mighty fallen. You are mother, a workaholic who gave all her best to her children. I remembered i and my husband spoke with you on the phone weeks before you left us, i never knew it was our last conversation. In your usual manner, you were just smiling all through our discussion(Insurance Policy). I have so many things to say but words again failed me. I believe in miracles, please wake up and tell me is April fool. Ope, Seni, Adeolu and all of us need you. All those plans needs your attention. It is well.
Posted by Tom Agunloye on 22nd August 2014
Mummy Okusaga, it is sad you are gone when your services are really needed. Your love, sacrificial giving, passion for souls and your smiles will linger for long in our memories. Increase Parish (RCCG) will never forget your labour of love. You were always there especially for our trips to various Mission Fields in which you were the Head. The last time we went to Ishagira Mission field, you were giving us gist, snacks and it was a lovely trip. You would say Pastor Agunloye take my phone and record the going-ons. I sincerely miss you. When we visited you at home during your final days, we shook hands despite your illness and you held my hand firmly and tears started rolling from my eyes. I can say so many things about you ma. I just miss you. Continue to rest in the bossom of your Lord
Posted by Korede Shontan on 22nd August 2014
'A o mu eni rere saju ibi' I know you ave gone to rest with the Lord till the day of resurrection. I remembered the day you called me on your sick bed to apologize for not coming for my daughters wedding but on that day you sounded fine full of life no sign in your voice of somebody dyeing few days later but I vividly remembered her saying to me " SIR KORRY PLS. BE PRAYING FOR ME" nor do I know you are saying goodnite. Goodnite Bose. ADIEU.
Posted by Folasade Obagbemi on 21st August 2014
Deaconess Okusaga you are one of the deaconess I admire so much. You are true to yourself and love God. We love you but God loves you more. The Lord will comfort your children and your husband you left behind..... I's really had to believe....... RIP ma. Sade Obagbemi
Posted by Feyifunmi Toyo on 20th August 2014
I'm very glad that I met you, even though it was only once. I had heard a lot about you from deolu, who always talked about you and showed us pictures of both of you. You will be greatly missed. Keep resting in christ.
Posted by Ronke Adekunle- Somiyewo on 20th August 2014
This is unbelievable! So shocking, so painful but we cannot question God, He knows why, rest in perfect peace till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Tokunbo Adesina on 20th August 2014
WOW....... i was an admirer from afar... a hard-working and industrious woman she was... it is true they say that 'Life is short' but people like you should be given the opportunity to live a lifetime as ur positive contribution to the world cannot be over emphsized... I know definitely that you are in a better place... God is jealous God so he took u to be with HIM and left us lonely... RIP ma.
Posted by Adebola Oridota on 20th August 2014
going through the tributes, its really difficult to hold back the tears. Iya Saga, you were truly special.....words really cant express all. we will miss you, RIP.
Posted by Olabisi Sanni on 20th August 2014
A.S.(Admin. Specialist), It's me Biskolo, it's really hard to accept that you are gone forever until we meet to part no more. We lost you in your prime but i know you resting in God's loving grace. May Almighty God grant your families,friends and colleagues the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. Certainly the precious memories of you will remain in our hearts. Miss you my dear A.S
Posted by Adesuyi Olufunke on 20th August 2014
Oh how I look forward to meet with you as we plan to come to ask for your daughter's hand in marriage. I did't know that we will not meet. Had heard so much about your good self n a great personality that you were. You left too soon but obviously you left your foot prints in the sand of time. REST IN THE BOSOM OF GOD.
Posted by Prince Ayeni on 20th August 2014
Although mere words cannot express the depth of loss we all feel. Come Ebunoluwa, Opeoluwa and Adeoluwa, God knows your pains. Though your Mum's gone, but her soul remains. Her smile is gone forever and her hand you cannot touch anymore, you cannot see her but her memory's there and is your keepsake. God gave It to you so don't despairs. Her time on earth was through. She completed the task she was born to do. She did it so well that God took her home to walk the streets where angels roam. I know she was special and we all miss her. The pain seems far too great. Tears wash away the pain, but it can't remove the love. We want to hold on and not let go, but God said it's her last bus stop. We love her but God loves her more. Today, we give thanks for the lives we chance to share. No matter if they're short or long. Rest in Perfect Peace Mrs Abosede Oluyemisi Okusaga.
Posted by Femi Fayombo on 20th August 2014
Madam Okus, What a rude shock to know that you have left us so un-timely! My heart bleeds...but i want to take solace in the fact that your gentle soul is now resting in the bossom of the Most High God! I will also remember the traffic situation report you give me every morning along the Mile 12- Ikorodu BRT Road Construction Project. RIP Okus!!!
Posted by Adekunle ABDUL on 19th August 2014
Momy, it's me Kunlelele! Fiona and martin can't still come to the terms that you left so soon because we have so many plans, including to travel round the world. But it so sad you gone too early to the world beyound. You are greatly missed (Big Momy). We can't forget the great time we spent together and the wonderful laugh we had shared. And Idowu also commend on the great lesson you inculcated in her that made her a mother today, she siad "Momy, thank you". Surely, we all missed you greatly in my family gentle soul, great mother, a wonderful friend,a good mentor and a generious heart. May your gentle soul rest in peace BIG MOMY. From Kunle,Idowu,Fiona & Martin.
Posted by Tosin Ajayi on 19th August 2014
"Fear not death, for the sooner we die, the longer we shall be immortal" Benjamin Franklin. Mama Ope, you lived a good life and impacted on so many including me. I shared your last moments with you and I am sure you are resting with the Lord. We all have to depart this world one day but till we that you left behind answer the final call, you remain unforgettable. While I mourn, I am also celebrating the wonderful life you lived. It is not how long, but how well. Be rest assured that,we miss you dearly and we will keep your legacies. Rest in the Lord.
Posted by Charles Nduka on 19th August 2014
My condolences Jessica...didn't even know about this...RIP Ma..
Posted by Oluwatosin Oduola on 19th August 2014
Definitely not you!!! The zest for life, agility, discipline, nurture was amazing. Never a dull moment, and anyone who met you was blessed by you. I remember the command to watch "parents trap" in order to reconcile the parents and "eat now or get passed over", the "ma ja e le - you will enter bus o", on going to school or wherever, the ushering things. The tears flow, but the smile and laughter, and lessons remain at the memories. Blessed soul, death has done it worst but I'm glad there's life on the other side. Adieu...till we meet again
Posted by Tolulope Ogundipe on 19th August 2014
Your beautiful sparkingly eyes,showed love,showed laughter,showed happiness but we will remember you as the kind, godly, wonderful, cheerful woman you were, we will miss you,but please wait,we will meet once again,In the kingdom of heaven,where no pain we will feel. RIP Mummy Ope. We love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Honey Alogba on 19th August 2014
What a great loss, i remember aw u nd mummy will fight in the car on ur way bck from work nd settle it immediately, like always calls u iya ga ga , u where a nice person to the family nd i always remember u in my prayers wen u where ill.Everything happened to the glory of God till we meet again in that glorious place singing hossana to the most high God. REST IN PEACE IYA GA GA .

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