ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, CHIEF MRS. DORCAS AKINGBADE, 103 years old, born on October 5, 1917, and passed away on January 1, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Gbenga Ojubolamo on May 10, 2021
          She is no more.
I can shed tears that she is gone, but I can smile she has lived.

My eyes can be closed in prayer that she comes back to live, yet my eyes are opened to see all she has left.

My heart may be empty because I can't see her now, I am still full of love she shared.

*"Moomi Agba"* Thanks so much for all the disciplines, even though at those times, they seemed grevious, but they have moulded me to who I am now. Each time I called, I enjoyed every bit of prayers you rendered. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty till we meet and part no more.

You grandson Gbenga OJUBOLAMO.
Posted by REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAM... on May 10, 2021
Moomi Agba, the first day I met you revealed to me that you are a God fearing Mother and a seasoned disciplinarian. I love for all these, I cherish your care and love untill the cold death snatch you away.
Sleep on Mama till we meet to part no more.
MRS. CHRISTIANAH OJUBOLAMO
GRAND-DAUGHTER IN-LAW
Posted by REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAM... on May 10, 2021
TRIBUTES
To God be the glory for a life well spent of Moomi Agba as we all fondly called her. she came, she saw and she conquered and now she had joined the Saints triumphant. She acted her part as a dedicated, devouted, prayerful and as a committed Christian. A disciplinarian par excellence. The indelible mark of discipline you instilled on us still speak volume. She loved quoting Heb 12:11 while instilling discipline.
"For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant; later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it"(RSV).
I will forever be grateful to you for your guidance and ample words of encouragement. Moomi Agba, it is difficult to bear your loss but my consolation is that you have fought a good fight and have taken a crown of righteousness prepared by your maker whom you serve diligently to the end.
Adieu Yeye Omo till the resurrection morning.
REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAMO
GRANDSON

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Posted by Gbenga Ojubolamo on May 10, 2021
          She is no more.
I can shed tears that she is gone, but I can smile she has lived.

My eyes can be closed in prayer that she comes back to live, yet my eyes are opened to see all she has left.

My heart may be empty because I can't see her now, I am still full of love she shared.

*"Moomi Agba"* Thanks so much for all the disciplines, even though at those times, they seemed grevious, but they have moulded me to who I am now. Each time I called, I enjoyed every bit of prayers you rendered. Continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty till we meet and part no more.

You grandson Gbenga OJUBOLAMO.
Posted by REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAM... on May 10, 2021
Moomi Agba, the first day I met you revealed to me that you are a God fearing Mother and a seasoned disciplinarian. I love for all these, I cherish your care and love untill the cold death snatch you away.
Sleep on Mama till we meet to part no more.
MRS. CHRISTIANAH OJUBOLAMO
GRAND-DAUGHTER IN-LAW
Posted by REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAM... on May 10, 2021
TRIBUTES
To God be the glory for a life well spent of Moomi Agba as we all fondly called her. she came, she saw and she conquered and now she had joined the Saints triumphant. She acted her part as a dedicated, devouted, prayerful and as a committed Christian. A disciplinarian par excellence. The indelible mark of discipline you instilled on us still speak volume. She loved quoting Heb 12:11 while instilling discipline.
"For the moment all discipline seems painful rather than pleasant; later it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness to those who have been trained by it"(RSV).
I will forever be grateful to you for your guidance and ample words of encouragement. Moomi Agba, it is difficult to bear your loss but my consolation is that you have fought a good fight and have taken a crown of righteousness prepared by your maker whom you serve diligently to the end.
Adieu Yeye Omo till the resurrection morning.
REV. SAMSON FEMI OJUBOLAMO
GRANDSON
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