Let the sweet memories of Comfort Solape be in our heart forever more - till we meet again.
  • 74 years old
  • Born on September 16, 1942 in Ondo, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on July 4, 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in loving memory of our beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt and grand-mother - Mrs. Comfort Solape Akinyosoye, 74, born on September 16, 1942 and passed away on July 4, 2017. We will lovingly remember you with joy forever in our hearts - you are gone but never forgotten.

Mummy - we know your beautiful soul rests in the bosom of your creator - God bless and goodnight.


Venue: Lagos, Lagos State. (Refer to Invite)
Date:   Thursday 24th August, 2017
Time:   5:00pm - 7:00pm

Venue: Lagos, Lagos State. (Refer to Invite)
Date:    Friday 25th August, 2017
Time:   11:00am

Venue:  Lagos, Lagos State. (Refer to Invite) 
Date:    Friday 25th August, 2017
Time:    2:00pm

Posted by Olatunde Akinyosoye on 4th July 2018
Mummy it's been a year - since your departure to eternal glory. You are still dearly missed and your absence is strongly felt - each time I am in Lagos and I visit the house I still cannot believe you are no longer here. We had a the 1st year memorial service, friends and family turned up to celebrate your memory, pray for the family and we then distributed food to the residents just like you would do every Christmas. Last Christmas you were missed - people (both those at the lower, middle and upper social status) all talk about your love, permanent smile, how you were a peaceful, generous and God fearing woman, a loyal wife, a woman of integrity and so much more that makes me so proud to be called your son. Today - apart from reflecting on your life at the vault your body was laid to rest in I also I sat in your room on your bed, went through the drawers in your dressing table and opened up your wardrobe just to touch your clothes and jewellery. Your wellwoman 70 plus medicine which you dated 06 July 2017 (exactly a month before your passing still sits on your dressing table). Mama you are always on my mind - ❤️ you in my heart forever.
Posted by Teresa Terminiello on 27th July 2017
My dearest Mummy, it pains me to know that I will not hug you or laugh with you on this earth again. I will miss you, I will miss you calling me "Tere Tere", our telephone conversations were always happy and made us feel close by. We didn't spend enough time together and that is what hurts me the most however "we walk this earth but a brief moment in time" and I surely know you are with Jesus and patiently waiting for us to return home! Thank you for being You! Always caring, always wise, so loving with the children. You have been a great example of a wife and a mother to me and I will forever treasure you in my heart. I love you mummy, may your saul continue to rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Akintola Fadoju on 24th July 2017
It was a big shock when the news of your demise was broken to me .I still cannot comprehend for real. We visited you barely two weeks earlier you were strong enough to call my husband as fondly call him Akintola Omo Baba Sokoti little did we know that will be our parting gesture from you. I will miss your kindness, sweet words and caring for others. Who can query the unquestionable God No One Can. He knows the ending of a journey from the beginning. May your gentle soul continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty God. Adieu Aunty Sholape and Goodnight. Mrs Adebowaba Fadoju.
Posted by Olu Akinmolayan on 24th July 2017
Extremely sad to hear about Aunty's passing a few weeks ago. She was a big part of my formative years. I still remember fondly her favorite name for me (olu banigo). May God give Uncle and Nike, Tunde and Bolaji the strength to bear this loss. Rest in peace.
Posted by Akintola Fadoju on 23rd July 2017
Aunty Sholly as I fondly call you because you are so dear to me beyond unspeakable measure your concise wisdom and gentle counseling will greatly be missed. The Fadoju Family will miss you dearly as we always retrieve key family historical details/landmarks from you without blabbing. How I wish you could stay a little longer but the The I AM that I AM your destiny maker took the irreversible decision for you to reign with him till eternity. Omo baba Sokoti Agamede continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ Amen Akintola Fadoju
Posted by Alayo Kazeem on 23rd July 2017
( From Mrs Oreoluwa Ariyo) Li o Eki Sholape Agbnubi Omo Sokoti Omo Lasumade, Aya Layele A o lu Omonuso u so na SO nan. Mo fe e Sugbon Jesu fe e Ju mi lo Sure Laya Jesu titi di Ojo Aijide (Amin) Aburo re! ORE ARIYO. !!
Posted by Oluyemisi Fadoju on 14th July 2017
TRIBUTE TO MY HONOURABLE SISTER INLAW: A woman with high moral values. A woman clothed with dignity. A woman precious than rubies, strong and energetic. A woman with extended helping hand, warm, passionate, merciful, full of grace and splendor. Anti Solape you are winsomely wonderful. I will seriously miss you. Rest in perfect peace ADIEU. From mama Mayowa
Posted by Temitayo Olatunji on 11th July 2017
The sense of shock is still wearing off following the passing of a Caring and Loving Aunt but I am fully assured that we will meet again at the feet of the Lord. In the meantime I pray that the Lord of Hosts will comfort us all as we come to terms with this loss. Hold our hands Lord at this time. Amen.
Posted by Olusegun Opanuga on 10th July 2017
Tunde, I commiserate with your family on the loss of your sweet Mother. May Mama's beautiful soul Rest in Perfect Peace. Amen God will continually bless and be with your entire family. Olusegun Opanuga
Posted by Idowu Adenopo on 9th July 2017
Mummy will be greatly missed, not only by immediate family members, but by everyone that had the privilege of meeting her and experiencing her love, warmth, wisdom, kindness etc. My consolation though is that mummy lived a fulfilled life, and she has gone to rest peacefully with our Lord. He will grant all of us the fortitude to go through this period. Amen.
Posted by Yewande David on 9th July 2017
I am at a loss as to what to say. The brief period I got to know Mummy, I knew her to be pleasant and beautiful at heart. I see a reflection of her in her sons, very humble personalities and great in every way. I know she's sleeping right at the bossom of our Lord. You are missed Mummy!
Posted by Alayo Kazeem on 9th July 2017
Mummy I will forever cherish you in my heart, You have taught us a good legacy that will uphold us in all our life time,You are Indeed a great mother, Grandmother. We love you But God loves you more.
Posted by Oladayo Fadoju on 9th July 2017
I am honored to say a few words about my Aunt. She was a cheerful, fun-loving lady who was full of life. Her smile could light up a room and it was infectious. She made everyone around her happy. Whether it was her positive attitude, or her big smile, she was a delight to be around. I will miss my aunt’s smile and positive attitude. She was an incredible sister, mother, wife and aunt. She will be missed by a lot of people here today. I wish you peace and will always love you.
Posted by Folayemi Olaitan on 9th July 2017
Mummy, Grandma Sleep Well in the Arms of Christ Jesus. You ran your race. You finished well. A couple of weeks ago when Tunde was around with mum, I called to say a word of prayer and mum was on the phone in faith saying Loud Amens. Woman of Faith Rest. All is Well. Daddy and the Family please accept our condolences. It is Well. God is with you.
Posted by Dolapo Jaiyesimi on 9th July 2017
I am truly saddened to hear about the sudden demise of your beloved mum. She was a lady of wisdom. Her thoughts and presence would forever live deep inside our hearts. I remember when I use to come to the house to see Nike, she would always welcome me warmly and always ask of my parents. Please know that we are always there with you for any kind of help that you may need. May her gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Adesola Titilola on 9th July 2017
What a great mum l have known you to be.And when l least expected you have left us.We will all miss you.You have been a caring and loving mother.Also l appreciate you for being a pure and strict disciplinarian. This reflected in the life of your children and particularly on Sheri,my wife that you brought up.Highly contented and valued a quiet and peace life.Oh! What a great loss.Daddy's best friend and a loving wife.Till the end you stood by your husband.Great model.Bye.
Posted by Rosemary Usim on 9th July 2017
Oh our dear mummy. It was a Glorious blessing to me talking to you a few months ago for the 1st time after so many years. What a joy it was to hear that warm familiar voice from my childhood. Now I realize why I was overcome with so much emotion while talking to you. It was simply a gift from God to hear your Glorious, loving and kind words one more time. You SHOWED us young ones that being a Virtuous Woman was not a thing of the past. You will greatly be missed mum. Your kite shall forever continue to fly. I know you are resting peacefully in the bossom of the Lord. Rest well Ma. You will forever remain in our Hearts
Posted by Akinwale Akinfe on 9th July 2017
Dear warm hearted aunt who was full of Cheers, may your gentle sweet soul rest in the blossom of Lord . We pray God give us all the fortitude to bear the great loss. Sun re oooo aunty
Posted by Philip Olla on 9th July 2017
It was a great shock to hear about mama's passing. She was a woman of virtue and substance. She was a Christian and loving mother. A woman that everyone will always remember because of her legacy. Sleep in the bossom of God mama. Phillip olla and family
Posted by Fadoju Oyinade on 8th July 2017
You were like a mother to me. I call you my second mummy. You called me regularly, always checking on me and children. You called on my birthdays, when you missed it this year, I knew something was wrong, though you called days after, that you were ill. I will surely miss your show of love, prayers and calls. Am in tears. Say me well to your September friend, my mummy . Really missing two of you right now. Love you loads but God loves you two more. Rest In the Bossom of the Lord.

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