This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Comfort Ayeni. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Danniels Ifon on April 21, 2021
Aunty C, death may be the most certain of all that can happen to anyone, yet we can't help feeling sad when someone close to us is taken. I find solace in the hope that you fought a good fight & finished the race well. My sincere condolences to the family. Adieu Woman of God
Posted by Patience Omokri on April 21, 2021
You smile was always contagious. Even when you were angry you would smile and correct me. I know I should have been closer to you and I wish I was. I would miss your kind words and how you always asked after me. You always spoke about your kids and fellowship..
I really miss you but I know you are in a better place. Rest on Aunty. You are home with the lover of your soul.
Posted by Edwin AWOJI on April 21, 2021
I got the message of your demise with a great shock. It's hard to take and believe. Only God knows the Vacuum you left behind. Mrs. Ayeni my Boss who gave me confidence and opportunities to step up in computer operation during the cost of my industrial training and who became a confidant and a mother to me.
May God repay all your love and labours and accept your soul in His vineyard in Jesus name, Amen.
Rest in Mama till we meet at the Lord's feet.
Posted by Monsurat Muhammed on April 21, 2021
Anty your demise is a great shock to me. Your vision and passion for service to humanity will forever be remembered. Rest in peace anty.
Posted by Lami Nandul on April 19, 2021
Am still struggling with the news of your passing. It does not sound real. I still wish i will wake up to hear that you are still here with us or a miracle has happened and you are back. I still look forward to the prayers you post to alot of us every morning.
I am convinced in my spirit that you are in a better place, happy and taking your eternal rest from all the labours and worries of this world. Death has lost the battle and you are finally healed and made whole.
Am sure if one is to have a glimpse of where you are, you will be assuring all of us not to sorrow because you are in a better place.
Thanks for your labour of love and continue to rest on in the bosom of our Lord. Adieu Remi.
Posted by Stella Iortim on April 18, 2021
Aunty Remi your home call was a shock but our master has called and you answered. May you rest on in the Lord's bossom
Posted by ENE AMEH on April 17, 2021
Yours was a poured out life
Yours was a life lived on convictions
Yours was a life devoted to God and his kingdom
Yours was a life of excellence'

Yours was a life of love
pouring out love in words, in time, and in substance
Yours was a life of the good, the beautiful and the true
displaying beauty in simplicity and holding on to truth
Yours was a life worth emulating
you fought for what mattered, because it mattered

Still can't get used to talking about your life in past tense
But I treasure what your life was in the present, each day, every day

Adieu aunty Remi.
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Posted by Veronica Komolafe on May 6, 2021
Mummy Comfort RIP! It is hard to say goodnight. Your love and sacrifice to all was awesome!.Sunre o! See you on the resurrection morning.
Posted by Adefunke Oyinloye on April 30, 2021
Dear Comfort,
We met some 44 years ago at St. Clare's Anglican Girls' Grammar School Offa, and we were able to sustain the relationship over the years.

I was there at your wedding, was amongst the first to see Olamide when you had her, and named her ADESEWA (she was such a bundle of beauty).

Your movement to Abuja created some gaps in communication, and thereafter we linked up again.

We had spoken about 2 months ago and there was no inclination that you were going to die so soon. Our discussion centered around your daily posts and passion to spread the Gospel. Death was definitely not on our minds.

Your gentle, though assertive nature; your love for God, your extended hand of love to the needy; and importantly your love for your immediate family are all legacies that will speak after you.

Rest on dearly beloved FrienSis. You will forever be remembered for good.

Posted by Awojulu Abigail on April 29, 2021
I still find it difficult to believe that you are no more. I wished tears can bring you back. I wished I came to see you in April as I promised you when you called me on 20th February 2021. You will for ever remain in my heart. You made me the strong woman I am today. Oh big mumy. Words cannot express the role played in the lives of those you crossed path witj Continue to rest in peace till we meet to part no more. Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
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Shared by ENE AMEH on April 17, 2021
24 Crescent was my first stop when I arrived Abuja, on my way to or from the airport. And each time, it felt like home because that was what it was. It was same for my sisters, brothers and even our folks.
Then I got a place, my sisters and I, after staying at yours for months. This place, was just off 24 Crescent. Where else would we call home if not just a block from home, your home.
The visits started, you would take strolls to ours just to say hello and chat. We will see you off right to the other home on 24Cresecent, yours-cos that was home too.
Gisting with you was a delight. We would talk about everything in English and sprinkles of Yoruba. We were loved and we knew it. These memories are ours to treasure forever.....