This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, DR. ADENIYI AMOLE, 69 years old, born on August 1, 1951, and passed away on February 8, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Olaide Shonowo on March 2, 2021
Dr. Amole, you were really a vessel of honour unto God. You combined your profession with your spiritual morals.
I don't really know what to write about you. You were so passionate with your profession, so caring, compassionate and humble.
May your soul rest in perfect peace and may the good Lord watch over the family you left behind. I pray Lister Hospital will continue with your good works in Jesus name.
Layide Shonowo- Abuja
Posted by Odunayo Ikuerowo on March 1, 2021
I was so shocked about Dr Amole’s passing into glory. He still referred patients to me quite recently.
He was such excellent doctor and senior colleague.
He goes to all length to care for his patients.
His documentation on patients were excellent.
Very soft spoken, patient, diligent and hardworking.
I will really miss him greatly.
Adieu sir. Rest In Peace.
Posted by 'Wande Seriki on February 28, 2021
Dr. Adeniyi Amole was a medical practitioner par excellence. He was more than a doctor to my family and many of his patients. He was a friend, brother, father, grandfather, an uncle, a counsellor and a confidant to many he didn't even have blood ties with. He was very dotting on all he came across. He was a service to God and humanity, a true child of God, he does the medical work as far as he could and calls on God to perfect the rest. He depended on God for absolute power. He was always willing to give a helping hand to all. He was very considerate and compassionate to ensure good healthcare is affordable to many.
Your untimely demise is a big blow to my family as you made medical advice easy and accessible to us. From where do we start now....
We pray that The Comforter, Jesus Christ will comfort your family especially your aged mother, wife and children.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. We will meet again at the feet of Jesus where we will part no more.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
Tola and Olabisi Seriki's Family.
Posted by Ireti Elegbe on February 26, 2021
Ha!! Dr Amole!
To God be the glory.
It has been nothing short of a privilege, a great privilege, to know you.
Writing this tribute is difficult, the words don’t seem enough.
I know now what it means to be heaven-sent, because that’s what you were, an angel, sent from heaven above, to bring comfort, help, succor, strength, kindness, love to everyone you met, whether young or old, man or woman.
Thank you doesn’t seem enough either but thank you, for all you shared which was always more than medicine.
May every reward be poured out on your family today in the name of Jesus Amen.
We will celebrate you, we choose to celebrate your exemplary life.
Thank you again. Rest well in the bosom of our Lord God Almighty in Jesus name Amen 
Sun re o!
Posted by Asukwou Edet on February 25, 2021
Dr Amole was the most kindhearted man I have ever known extremely slow to anger and above all ever kind.
As a surgeon he was very gifted and and all round..
The few years I have been with him have taught me a lot of lesson in humility and purpose in Life
May his Saviour accept him to his Bossom Amen
Posted by SA Babs on February 24, 2021

Tribute to Dr Adeniyi Amole 1951 t0 2021
Dr Adeniyi Amole was a medical doctor of note, a Consultant General Surgeon for that matter. He became our family doctor nearly two decades ago. Dr Amole was so interested in human beings that he easily got to one's root and the root of one's health status. He got to know us very well. He was always relaxed and had a life story to share. He was a straight forward, sympathetic, humane, down-to-earth medical practitioner. His bill was never his priority, but his patients' wellness and wellbeing.

Our family became so attached to his professionalism that merely mentioning that one was visiting him means that our health complaint was 70% resolved. Our relationship extended to our siblings, parents and family. We all followed him wherever he moved his office during the period. My family grew up under his care, and we all would continue to cherish him. He used to tell us about how he would ensure his aged mum's care, whom he visited in Ibadan monthly. Some years ago, Dr Amole instantly accepted our invitation to honour a late colleague who died during childbirth. He was the guest speaker at the fund raising event to help her three children. He delivered a powerful speech that covered the prevention of such an occurrence both by the patient and the medical personnel. The speech was so brilliant that the fund raised was sufficient for the children upkeep till now. The children are currently doing well in the United States of America. In these days of greed, worship and preference for money, Dr Amole was exceptional; when our aunty- in-law died abroad, her body was flown into Lagos from Toronto late in the night, Dr Amole volunteered his ambulance to take the corpse to Ibadan free of charge, though they never met.

He was an exemplary achiever, a very brilliant and intelligent gentleman. His professional experience locally and internationally is usually handy when one met with him. He gave us hope always. He confronted some epidemics frontally in his professional callings, such as Cholera and Ebola. He never ran away when anyone needed him. A good friend in need he was to all.

Alas, a great man is no more and we know that it will be challenging to meet his like again, but we are ever grateful to him for his care and professionalism. We wish the family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Adieu Dr Amole, our Doctor, Doctor of all Doctors. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace of GOD (Amen).

Dr. Mrs. S.A. Babatunde for the Babatundes.

Posted by OLAMIDE Olulade on February 24, 2021
A tribute to my dear Uncle and angel earth!
Uncle Niyi was a renowned Surgeon, loving Father to many and the kindest person I know! There weren't many like you anymore. You were a father to us and a brother indeed to my mom. I learnt so much about my Dad from you and you always took time to counsel Gbolaro and I each time we saw. Fore and Ara knew you as Grandpa and will miss you very much.

My very own Guardian Angel who saved my life on three different occasions, no thanks to the prevalent medical negligence in Nigeria.

To say this isn't heart wrenching is a lie, to say I understand this, isn't true.

Uncle you were kind to the very end literally.

You touched lives, made impact on humanity, left an amazing legacy and brought glory to the Amole name.
Uncle Niyi, you fulfilled purpose.

We love you and will miss you sorely!

Rest in peace Dr Niyi Amole! ️
May your gentle soul rest in peace!
Olamide Olulade nee Amole.
Posted by Theo Fasoyiro on February 24, 2021
The news of Dr Amole’s was very shocking, it is still hard to come to terms with. It is also humbling realising how death indeed does not respect profession or age, since the saviour of several souls can himself be taken away from us so so early. May the good Lord grant your kind and gentle soul eternal and peaceful rest Sir, in Jesus name. Amen.
Posted by Susan Friday on February 24, 2021

On behalf of myself, my wife Susan Friday and the entire family of Pastor Friday Akpan wish to Console with the passing on of their Son, Father, Grandfather who suddenly passed away. A man with integrity, a humble man to the core, a man of honour, a helper of all kind, a generous man to all and Sundry with more words to describe him.

It's painful to me and my family you Left so soon at when you are needed most.
We pray that your good works on earth to humanity open door of Heaven for you to be a partaker of the Heavenly Crown and eternal rest on His bosom Ijn.

May the Almighty God gives the family the fortitude to bear the loss Ijn.

Adieu BABA Forever to be remembered.

We love you.
Posted by Adebimpe Adebajo on February 23, 2021
A-Neggy Neggy! That’s what your ‘Bestos’ called you. They introduced us in 2001 when I had a surgical emergency. And since then you have been part and parcel of my Medical history. I referred everyone to you and you treated them like family. You made everyone feel special. That gentle voice and twinkling eyes, was like Father Xmas came alive. DrAmole, a fine Surgeon, a Fine Gentleman. How I will miss you. Humble and selfless to a fault. And you paid the ultimate sacrifice. You laid down your life for a brother. What is more Christlike? You are definitely on Gods right hand. We pray that we may also make heaven. We will miss you but your legacy lives on. Rest in perfect peace.
Adebimpe Adebajo
Posted by Psegs Alabi on February 23, 2021
Words aren't enough to express my feeling about your demise(still can't comprehend it). Like I told you on one of your birthdays that you are a hero, my hero, our hero, you are good at what you do, one of the best doctors of all time. The love you showed me and my family are second to none. I take consolation in the fact that you are resting in the blossom of the Lord where there is no stress. You were such a kind and loving father, Emmanuella, your Aduke and I will miss you. I will cherish those encounters I had with you for life. Rest on hero, rest on doctor, rest in peace Daddy.
Posted by Kunle Hassan on February 23, 2021
A great man has passed on. He was a great surgeon. He had a lot of empathy for his patients. He was always up to date as he researched for latest techniques. He was very humble and kind and always made sure that his patients were at ease before any procedure. He was loved by all his patients and anyone that had any interactions with him. He served God diligently and found time to minister to those in correctional facilities. That man is Adeniyi Amole. Dr.Amole was a surgeon par excellence. We loved him and will miss him greatly. May his soul rest in peace.
From Christopher and Florence Chukwurah. Onitsha, Nigeria.
Posted by Oyebola Akinkunmi on February 23, 2021
Dr. Adeniyi Adeyemi Amole was a brilliant and an excellent Surgeon who was so passionate with his profession that he hardly takes a break. I remember some occasions that people were telling him to relax more instead Baba work tirelessly without thinking of retirement. Baba Amole runs his hospital as if is an NGO, he doesn't give a damn about money , he just want to save lives!
If you have the opportunity to meet with Baba once, you will be mesmerized with his compassion, calmness, openness and soothing manner he will attend to your medical need.
I am privileged to known Baba for 15 years and have never for once seen him angry or upset about anything. Some people called him a Saint of course I can't agree less because he possessed all the attributes of a Saint.
It's hard to forget someone who gave you so much to remember. Your exemplary character, humility, courteousness, selflessness, thoughtfulness and magnanimous gesture will never be forgotten.
Baba Amole, we know you're in a better place where there is no sorrow and pain and we are comforted that heaven gained another angel.
We love you deeply but Jesus love you more, till we meet and part no more. The hardest part is to bid you goodbye but I will prefer to say goodnight Baba Daadaa .
Posted by Jubril Yusuf on February 23, 2021
Posted by Lanre Akin-Deko on February 23, 2021

It is so hard to assimilate why and that a good person has gone to be with the Lord so soon.

To say that Dr. Niyi Amole was a good man is saying again what everyone who ever had an encounter with him either as a friend, an individual or in his professional role, experienced.

He loved what he was doing and paid the ultimate price for his love for his fellow human being.

He was compassionate, knowledgeable, intelligent and would make you understand what your challenges were, what medications to use and to take it in your stride as one of the things that come with age, whilst making himself an example.

The last time my wife consulted with him, she had booked an appointment with him, the day prior, but she was stuck in traffic very close to Lister Medical Centre, she eventually had to walk there, but he waited for her though it was past his closing hour, and thereafter refusing to accept his consultation fees, even after much argument and threats not to come again. He just said, "Next time".

Following is the an extract of a conversation with my wife after:

Funmike [28/11/2020, 05:21]:

Good Morning my Dear Brother

E k'aro O! A jire bi?

I just want to say

for waiting to consult with me and even for free.

May our Lord continue to bless and keep you and all your loved ones in Jesus Mighty name.

Olorun a ma d'abo bo yin. Apo yin o ni gbe. E ma ri alanu pade.

Have a blessed and wonderful weekend

[28/11/2020, 05:33] Dr. Niyi Amole Neggi:

It is an honour and a privilege for me to be consulted by you and your husband. I'm reminded of my happy childhood. I just pray God gives you both good health and long life. Amen. Have a great weekend.

"That is Neggi."

He loved his God, wife, mother, children all those around him. He always spoke of them lovingly.

We pray that, all the blessings that come from all he has done and all the people he has touched for good will be showered on his wife, children and all his loved ones by the grace of God.

We pray that our Lord will bless his soul and comfort Jumoke, Mama, his Children and all his loved ones.

May we all be comforted that he rests in the bosom of the Lord.

May his sweet, kind, loving and gentle soul rest peacefully with our God of love. Amen

Lanre & Funmike Akin-Deko
Posted by Ruth Adole on February 23, 2021
To know Dr. Amole is to know love. He lived, breathed and died for love. Love for God, love for his profession, love for his family, love for humanity and I dare say, love for even those who treated him wrong. Your life is a lesson. You shared freely and gave tirelessly but expected nothing in return. What a privilege it is to have known you and what a mighty challenge you've left for us all to follow suit.
May your sweet, kind, loving and gentle soul rest peacefully with our God of love. Amen
Posted by Adeleke Adentan on February 23, 2021
I am so indebted to you Uncle Niyi.
For all the love, advice, and encouragement to me and my family, am grateful.
My Uncle and Daddy, you saw road where others see blockade. You saw possibilities where others see impossibilities. You saw success where others see failure. You found energy where others are tired. You gave joy and happiness to all and sundry.
So short a time here with us. We will miss you so much.
God saw more of you, He had a greater plan. We will never forget you.
You'll always live in our heart, and with you smiling down on us, we will never part.
One day the tears will stop, and the hurt we feel may end, but you will always live on in our hearts. We shall meet once more, to part no more.
Your smile we will see again. You've just started what we all long for, A life in heaven that has no end. And though the world is a little darker without you to light up our days, we will see you smile forever in the twinkling stars and shining sun's rays.
Uncle, we think about you always, We talk about you still.
You have never been forgotten, And you'll never will. We can never forget you.
We hold you dear and close within our hearts, And there you will remain,
to walk and guide us through our lives.
There are truly NO words to explain the tremendous loss your unexpected and sudden call to rest brought to us.
And though I'm full of sadness that you're no longer here, your influence still guides me, And i still feel you near.
Wherever you are in Paradise, you are gone but will NEVER be forgotten.
Uncle, you won't have wished to go, but the best one can do is to keep on living and praying, knowing fully well that even in the midst of life, we are in death.
The fact that you're no longer here will always cause me pain, but you're forever in my heart, and these special memories of yours will always bring smile.
Some people only knew you loved me and never knew why i was so fond of you. You loved me so much so, that you frankly talked to me the way it is. Sometimes i cried, sometimes i did not. Nobody knew you intercepted and did all humanly possible to save me from committing suicide when i thought all hopes were lost. You drew me closer to you and promised not to let me take the ungodly and unholy stride. How can i ever forget you. I shall forever remember and be grateful to you.
I have since resigned myself to fate and the Unquestionable God who loves you more before calling you to His side.

                                   > JIM REEVES <
May the souls of the departed through the mercy of God rest in peace, Amen.
Until we meet again, my beloved uncle 'Niyi, REQUIESCANT IN PACE PERFECTA.
Posted by Ebiyon Idundun on February 22, 2021
What words can I use to describe a man whose command of the English language made every one pay attention to every word he spoke. Your grace guided us in steady pace. Forever the professional, I was in awe of your presence, accomplishments and selflessness. God has truly blessed any person who was lucky enough to have had you in their lives. God bless you sir and for your family our thoughts, love and prayers will remain with them.
Posted by Olushola Obamodi on February 22, 2021
A thorough bred professional. He was introduced to us by my sister's bosom friend, Isioma Okoh. The first time my mother met him for consultation, she said mere talking to her, Dr Amole, gave her so much attention that she felt like she had known him all her live. She kept saying great things about him. I had to take her to the hospital just to meet Dr Amole too. I was extremely impressed by his attention and kindness. Such a terrible loss. May the Lord console the whole family.
Posted by Toyin Seriki on February 22, 2021
Uncle, I can’t believe I’m writing a tribute to you. There are no words to describe how I felt when I heard the terrible news.

All I can say is thank you for everything. Thank you especially for taking care of my mum till the very end. Thank you for taking care of all of us. Thank you for all our talks and that kind reassuring way you had that made every issue so small.

I will miss our chats. So you won’t be the chairman at my wedding like we agreed abi? That’s not how we discussed it oh uncle.

I know you are resting in heaven. Greet my mum for me.

Dr Adeniyi Amole. Our doctor. Our friend. Our uncle. Sun re oh!
Posted by Emmanuella Alabi on February 22, 2021
My Boss, My Father, My Teacher, My Friend.....
Dr Adeniyi Adeyemi Amole.

You were not a Boss , You were a Loving Father , You Thought Us how to be humble At all times, how to care for people was one of the things I admire so much. I thank God I path crossed because knowing You Sir is so good.
You were a Great Surgeon, A giver, Gifted hands , Daddy you were a Doctor with a purpose, Encouraging your staffs and patients was your Style, You Made our big Problems Small that your patients wants to come and see you all the time.
A week before you left daddy, You worked Me through the Estate and told me that People will look up to me for help , I never new you were Hmmmm.I still can't believe you are Gone , You will Always Be Remembered And You will Always Be in My Mind. Daddy Adieu till we meet to part no more.
I found it hard to believe God ......
Posted by Sola Labinjo on February 22, 2021
It feels like a short dream. It all happened so quickly.We thought Niyi would survive the ordeal. My wife and I grieved like we never did and for a moment life lost its value. But we had to remind ourselves that " From God we came and unto HIM we shall return".
Neggi as he was fondly called from our medical school days was simply a phenomenon. He was an extremely selfless person, generous to a fault and a fine gentleman. A man of conscience, an exemplary doctor and dependable ally. He kept no malice and he was very convivial.Neggi had a visceral relationship with virtually all his classmates and would rise up to attend to the needs of any;even if unsolicited, unless he was not aware.
He was a responsible husband,father and grandfather.
As it is with mortals, little did we know that his sun would set when it did. We shared plans on how to live our "lives after total commitment to the care of others". We talked of the need to live life after actively serving mankind as it is with the practice of medicine as we were taught. Alas,we forgot that God has HIS own plan. That God wanted Neggi to spend his entire life serving Him through service to humanity. What a superior narrative!
I would want his family, particularly his wife and soulmate to find comfort in this.
May his selfless and gentle soul rest in peace. May God comfort his mother and the entire Amole family.
Posted by OLUDAMOLA Amole on February 22, 2021
Uncle Niyi was a devout Christian. He was a forthright person and stood for the truth at all times. He was a great pillar of support, for our family, adviser. Rest in peace. Remember to look after those you left behind. Rest in peace, uncle Niyi. We will miss u forever.
Posted by ISIOMA OKOH on February 21, 2021
My family and I were introduced to Dr. Amole by my friend,
Mrs. Kemi Salami. My late Dad was then very ill and we had
been to several hospitals who were only interested in money
not about the patient getting better. After our first consultation
with him we were hooked for life. And for the first time my
Dad was comfortable and happy to talk to him. My Dad was a
difficult patient and Dr. Amole just knew what to say and how
to get to him. My Dad got better in no time through the Grace
of God and Dr. Amole’s care

When my Dad was eventually diagnosed with 2 types of cancer
(prostate and colon) several years later, Dr. Amole
recommended immediate surgery to nip them in the bud since
they were still in their early stages, but his fellow Drs whom
we were referred to for some necessary tests said given my Dad’s age he
would never survive the surgery. In fact, they said he wouldn’t
come out alive from the theatre. But by God’s grace again, he
did not only survive almost 8 hours of surgery but lived 8 more
healthy and happy years, under the management of Dr. Amole
and his team. He passed away in 2015 at 88 years.

Dr. Amole was a family Doctor made in heaven. He would
explain complicated medical terms to you in such a way that
even a 5-year-old would understand and begin to feel better
immediately. He will be sorely missed; my Mum is
inconsolable and asking who she will be seeing now.

May the soul of Dr. Amole rest in peace. I pray God to grant
his wife and children the fortitude to bear his loss. May they gain comfort in knowing he has gone to a better place.
Posted by Kayode Obashoro I on February 21, 2021
According to Don Moen in his song "When it's all be said and done" (at the end of a person's life) there is just one thing that matters - Did the person do his/her best to live for truth did he/she live his/her life for God. I write this tribute on behalf of The Obashoro Family.
Dr. Adeniyi Amole, Broda Neggi, as we called him, lived for truth and lived his life for God. He was a friend of our eldest brother but he took us all and treated us as family. For all who knew him in close quarters he was the closest thing to an Angel, caring, humble, compassionate, helpful, committed, reliable and dependable.
Until the very end he was concerned about the welfare of others.
We mourn the transition of a very good man, an excellent doctor, a true friend, who sticks closer than a brother. We mourn with hope and with the assurance that he completed the assignment given to him by the God he served diligently and with commitment and has gone to rest with Him. We are consoled that he has gone to a better place. He will always be remembered for all the good he did for very many people. Rest well Broda Neggi. Heaven rejoices as you join the Saints Triumphant.
Posted by Joseph Sho on February 21, 2021
A word that I associate most with Dr. Amole. Dr Amole has been my doctor pretty much my entire life. He has been involved in all my highs and lows medically speaking. His calm and measured demeanor belied a man who was passionate about life. From the moment you walk into his office his focus became how to get you healed physically and mentally. His demeanor and bedside manner put you at ease so the weight we put on ourselves become’s just a little lighter. God used you to keep my mum alive during trying times and as a family we remain ever grateful. You are a father, husband, brother, and teacher; your loss is felt by every person whom you healed just by being you. You will be sorely missed.

Joseph, John & Jennifer Shoboiki
Posted by Sola Ismail on February 21, 2021
Dr. Amole was a rare breed. For people like me wih a fear of hospitals, he made me so comfortable and eased my fears. Every time i had to go to the hospital, it felt like i was speaking with my dad and not my doctor. So the news of his passing felt like i had lost a family member because this was indeed who he felt like over the years, a part of the family. He is even more amazing as this feeling was not peculiar to me and my family but all that i have now become aware knew him as well. 

I thank you Dr. Amole for the care that you showed us all. I pray your soul rests in perfect peace. May the Lord comfort and strengthen your family.
Posted by Oluwakemi Salami on February 21, 2021
Am completely short of words and devastated by the Passing of Dr Amole.
I have been using Lister many years now from the GRA days.
Dr Amole is the best Doctor I know he is gifted knowledgeable , up to date, kind , compassionate and has a way of giving you cautious optimism about outcomes that in turn gives you the patient peace and confidence. This is unique to him.

I also cannot put his kindness into words on several occasions I have had to call him to thank him at the insistence of family and friends who had recieved kind and excellent treatment from him.
( " Kemi bami pe Dr Amole ko dupe lowo won fun mi ")

I referred almost all my friends and family to Lister and they in turn referred.

On hearing of the passing of Dr Amole a friend I had somehow lost touch with called and said "Kemi I can never forget you introducing us to Dr Amole when my father had a health crisis. "

One of my siblings said " Kemi a lot of Nigerians will be hurt by this news "

Many more stories like this......

From our many conversations over years I learnt he us dedicated family man.

The way he managed my children too one of them opted to have a particular procedure done at Lister by Dr Amole rather than abroad where they where now schooling in 2014

I deeply commiserate with Mrs Amole and thier Children , his siblings, all the family and friends
Dr Yussuf and all the Lister staff and family. Also the Nigerian medical community.

May the Lord uphold and comfort you all the way only he can. May he grant you peace that passes all understanding.

Much love
Oluwakemi Salami
Posted by Adesina Olukanni on February 21, 2021
Dr Adeniyi Adeyemi Amole

Dr Amole was the finest medical doctor I have ever known.

He was humble, kind, compassionate, knowledgeable, intelligent and wise. He is healing personified, to him it’s not about money, it’s always about getting you well and healthy and ensuring you stay so. Be you a child, and adult or or advanced in age, from my children to my mum, we all feel comfortable and at ease with him knowing fully well that your illness will meet its waterloo as soon as you see Dr Amole. He loves the people, he loves Nigeria, he is a true patriot indeed.

I have lost count of friends I referred to him when all would appear lost and they are not getting well due to wrong diagnosis or treatment, suffice is to say they all get well at his masterful hands.

He is charity personified, he is more than our doctor, he is our friend, no wonder my family wept for days when we heard about his passing.

Words can not express our deep sense of love and loss at his passing away. He will forever be remembered for good and his name securely etched in our minds for all times. His life, in a Christlike manner, did touch my family and many others for good.

We pray God will succor his family and give them the strength to bear the loss and heal their grief. We are sure he is resting in peace at the bosom of Christ.
Adieu Dr Amole.

The Olukannis.
Posted by Oladapo Ashiru on February 21, 2021
The death of Dr Niyi Amole was a rude shock. He was an excellent Physician and a highly skilled Surgeon with compassion and humanity. On several occasions I have referred patients  to Niyi, The feedback from these patients speaks volumes of his surgical dexterity. As a Life Kbite Niyi was soft spoken, gentle, humble and full of social etiquette. Always present at every ceremony, well dressed and elegant with his wife. The medical man power has lost one of the major contributors in Dr Amole, through his Lister Hospital. The KB KLUB and the LIFE KBITES have lost a true, reliable and dependable friend. To his wife and family and friends, we pray that the Lord Almighty will grant them strength to bear the  loss. May the Lord Almighty send helpers to light his path into the peaceful and joyful Luminous Heights Amen.
Prof Oladapo Ashiru OFR FAcadMedS
Grand Patron KB KLUB.
Posted by Oyebimpe Oyedeji on February 21, 2021
I met Uncle Niyi in 2006/2007 through Lamide Amole. From the very first time I met him, I realised he was special. I then married into the family and I gained a father. He was always easy to talk to. I never had to call to ask if I could go see him, I had to only show up whatever the situation was.
I'll miss him so much, so will our entire family. We were so looking to his birthday this year but God wanted him with. I will always remember his smiles and eyes!!

God bless you Uncle!!! You were one of the best.
Posted by Adeyoyin Abimbola on February 21, 2021
Daddy Amole, hmmmm. Words are not sufficient to describe or express ones feelings about your departure from this planet. So soon! and indeed too early. To me and my family you were the angel of God, sent to support our ministry in a special way. You were such a kind, loving, compassionate doctor that works selflessly in your calling as a medical doctor. Endowed with listening ears and ready to help irrespective of race, tribe, gender or belief at all time. A man of your status with such attributes is rarer. Indeed, you were an ambassador of Christ here on earth. Adieu till we meet at the feet of Christ our saviour.
Posted by Bisi Akintayo on February 20, 2021
It's painful looking at your picture and realising that you are no more. You selflessly restored many back to life from their sick beds, so why wouldn't you walk home also? Alas! That was not to be. The Author of Life Divine came for the best of the roses. Who are we to ask 'why'? I pray for Mama, Jumoke and the children to accept what the unquestionable God has permitted. We have assurances that you fought the good fight in Jesus and you won the race. Sleep on in your Lord's bosom in peace till we all meet again at His feet.
Posted by Bisi Osuntokun on February 20, 2021
OMG!!!! Where to I start.  My own special Brother Niyi!  The best brother in law anyone could ask for. You were gentle meek and humble. You had a listening ear and very compassionate. Why you.!!  You were the best doctor anyone could ask for. I am so devastated hoping that it will all be a dream. 

I met you about 29years ago has my brother-in-law and that never changed. Regardless of when my own status changed. You cared for me so much and I felt safe once I consulted you about any medical issues.  You were a teacher and explained any medical situation. . You would laugh at me when I quote "google" 

You humility was incredible. A doctor to everyone.  In your office, your white wardrobe was my pharmacy.  Brother Niyi gave his time and love. Extremely generous. . You were a comforter. Where do I go now. This is one big vacuum ooo. 

You once told me many years ago if you had a magic wand, you would change certain situations for me. I repeat that now, wishing you could just not go away. Too soon.

I am sooo lost. Rest in Peace sir.
Posted by Seni Reis on February 20, 2021
Dr. Niyi Amole-Our Dear Doctor, Father, Friend and Confidant
You cared for us;
You loved us;
You fought battles for us;
You smiled for us;
You treated and assured us;
You were fearless and allayed fears for us;
You were always about us;
And now, still, we know a SAINT is praying for us:
like you said the day we told you to be wary during this period "Aburo kosi wahala, I will be fine"
We know you are fine till we meet again, Adieu from us.
Posted by babatunde amole on February 20, 2021
The passing of our cousin, Dr. Adeniyi Amole has been painful and impactful. With our deepest and most sincere gratitude to God for the gift of a good cousin, brother, uncle, father, and grandfather, we are comforted by the memory of of his kindness and unyielding desire to help people.
He took good care of our sister, and gave her hope when all seemed to have been lost. He also took care of other members of the family in various ways.
We are consoled by these great memories to hold on to, and the assurance that you are alive in Christ in all the glory and splendor of Heaven.
It is well.
Peace, Peace, Peace.
Babatunde Amole, for the Ishola Amole family.
Posted by Elsie Payne-Hamman on February 20, 2021
You were about your patients welfare first and foremost. Oh we shall miss you...may your gentle Soul rest perfectly in the bosom of the Lord. Your family, may they be comforted by the legacy and good will you have left behind. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow them all.
Rest in peace.  Your shoes are surely to large to fill......
Posted by Elsie Payne-Hamman on February 20, 2021
Dr Amole! How could you leave us all with out a goodbye? I am gutted, find it impossible to wrap my head around.
The Doctor that found his calling and practice with pure dedication. You were filled with empathy, and sincerety. Your bedside manner was next to none. No Doctor here in Nigeria or abroad can be compared to you, you were one in a million. What will we all your patients do without you.? You cared for us genuinely. You had time for each and everyone of us. You Dr Amole practiced medicine the way it was meant to be. For you it was not about money it was your pate
Posted by Tunde Taiwo on February 20, 2021
Hearing of your passage is still like a dream. However , I thank the Lord for allowing our path to cross in 2014. You are a compassionate , humble and caring soul. You saved my life in 2014 so as you touched others life, you are a doctor per excellence. May your soul sir be enveloped by the goodness mercy and holy light of the Lord, as a surgeon upwards in Creation. Amen!
Posted by williams Oguntade on February 20, 2021
On behalf of my self Williams Oguntade and my wife Foluke Oguntade(Nee AMOLE), send our sincere Condolences to the immediate and entire family of the AMOLE’s, that God will grant them abundant grace to bear the lost. We love Dr AMOLE so much but God love him more than we do. Our only hope is that on the resurrection day we shall all meet to part no more.Rest on Dr on the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by femi Aluko on February 20, 2021
What a painful exit! He was a good man, a quintessential humanist, a compassionate physician, he was humility personified, he touched the lives of so many people, a complete gentleman.
What more can I say
Good night sir!

"A limb has fallen from the family tree.
I keep hearing a voice that says, "Grieve not for me.
Remember the best times, the laughter, the song.
The good life I lived while I was strong.
Continue my heritage, I'm counting on you.
Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through.
My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest.
Remembering all, how I truly was blessed.
Continue traditions, no matter how small.
Go on with your life, don't worry about falls
I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin.
Until the day comes we're together again."
Posted by Bukola Lawson on February 20, 2021
I always knew you to be a soft spoken and caring man. thank you for your selfless service. how you took care of your cousin, my grandmother. may your transition be a peaceful one and may your loved ones left behind be comforted ans bound together in love. Rest well Dr Amole
Posted by Bola Belgore on February 20, 2021
I am deeply saddened by the loss of Dr Adeniyi Amole. I called him my fantastic doctor. He was our family doctor. He was the most dedicated, caring, experienced doctor I knew. He was a gentleman with a beautiful soul. He made a difference for hundreds of patients. He made a difference for me and I am grateful for the commitment he held until the end of his life.
My heartfelt condolence is with his family and loved ones. May the memory of Dr Amole be a blessing.
Posted by Funmilayo Nimota on February 20, 2021
*Dr Adeniyi Amole*

From God we came

And to Him we shall all return

A lot of beautiful and deserving things have and would be said about Dr Amole. 6 years ago during the most challenging time of my life I met the good Doctor. He rose to the ocassion and I am able to write this eulogy about him today because of what he did for me. Doctor not only approached his Patient's medical challenges with a clinical and professional efficiency, he did so with a caring heart and like a father. The result is that over the years he transformed from my doctor to a confidant, a father, a friend and a family member. Doctor touched the lives of everybody he met and for all these reasons and more I pray with all my heart that his gentle soul rests in perfect peace with God and his family and friends have the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss

*Alhaja Funmilayo Ojibara*
Posted by Joseph Shoboiki on February 20, 2021
Egbon, the sad news of your death came as a rude shock to us and our children. You were a caring, kind hearted and compassionate doctor. No doubt, the Nation has lost an exceptional and irreplaceable medical practitioner per excellence.
We met you almost three decades ago when we took our second son to the hospital. You handled those scariest family concerns with composure and assurances. Your warm and caring personality will be greatly missed. Albert Einstein said “ The value of a person should be seen in what he gives and not what he is able to receive”. Dr Amole will be remembered as someone who gave his time, advise and expertise willingly to his patients. He loved God and would always seek the face of God before Performing any surgery. Dr Amole will not only treat us in the hospital, he will also take time to visit us at home to find out how we were fairing. The last of such visits was on the 12th of January 2021, when you came to see your aburo and also say goodbye to our children who were returning to the US.
   When we heard the terrible news of your death, my wife, your Aburo, as you fondly called her, broke down in tears asking why, why, Egbon why did you have to leave us this way? Till date she keeps on asking same question. But only God knows why he suddenly took you away from us. You were a doctor, friend and father to many. You were someone we could discuss our personal problems with and be sure of getting a godly advise. Dr Amole we met you as our doctor but ended up as a family. You were kind to a fault, you could never see anyone suffer. Yours was a life that exemplified brilliance, a life that inspired emulation, a life that burned so that others paths were lit. You were a living proof of how fine a person can be. Though you left unexpectedly, it is not the years in a life that counts, it is the life in the years. You came to serve humanity and died doing so.
    We express our deepest condolences to your mother, your dear wife Aunty Jumoke, your children, the entire Amole family, friends, Dr Yusuf whom we call your adopted son, colleagues and Staff of The Lister Medical Centre on this tragic loss. We find it hard to say good bye. You will surely be missed. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen. Good night the people’s doctor and a gentleman. Goodbye Dr Amole. Sun re o Egbon.

Maj Gen Joseph (Rtd) & Dr (Mrs) Jayne Shoboiki
Posted by Yinka Sobamowo on February 20, 2021
Life is so transient and uncertain.
Who would have believed that Neggie would leave us so soon ?
A compassionate, selfless, kind , skilled and empathetic medical practitioner who has kept so many of us alive till date.
A very loyal and devoted friend.
A caring and loving husband.
A responsible father .
A rare gem
An uncommon human being
He loved sacrificially to the end
A complete gentleman
He was a skilled surgeon
A consummate physician
He was every patients delight
We took him for granted
We should have appreciated him better
We love you Neggie
God loves you more
Heaven has gained a saint
I know we shall meet again
Rest In peace in the arms of your beloved Redeemer
It’s only goodnight my dear friend and doctor.
I can never forget you.
Posted by Olufemi Amole on February 20, 2021
May his gentle soul rest in peace and quiet Amen
Posted by Adenike (Ifaturoti) Olufa... on February 20, 2021


There is no night without a dawning,
No winter without a spring;
And beyond death’s dark horizon
Our hearts, once more, will sing

For those who leave us for a while
have only ‘gone away’
Out of a restless, careworn world
Into a brighter day.

May the soul of our ‘brother’ rest in perfect peace. Take heart dear Jumoke. Our Lord Jesus Christ will surely comfort you, the children and grand children. Amen.
Posted by Eni Ayileye on February 19, 2021
Shocked and speechless was my reaction whe I heard the new fo Dr Amole passing. He's been a father figure in my life, a great man that believes in the success of everyone. Memory takes me back to when I wanted to travel abroad to study as a teenager, in the fear of my parents, Dr Amole stood to encourage them and personally gave me my first ever winter coat. I'll cherish that memory for life Sir.

I speak of you in the present because for me .. you live on and your legacy will always remain with me. You are a man of true honor, integrity and love. Really these days would one fine someone like you. Sir .... we would never forget you... your light shines on never to be put out by the claws of death. Rest in the Lord sir.
Posted by Ranti Babson-Oke on February 19, 2021
I met Dr.Amole through a friend who referred me to him when my dad was down kidney failure.He allayed our fears and encouraged Dad to hold unto life despite the severity of the situation.

My Dad until his death was certain that Dr.Amole had his best interest at heart.He took care of him until his last breathe in February 2020.

Dr.Amole was a great doctor and heaven has surely gotten an angel.Heaven's gain,our loss.Adieu Doc.
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Posted by Olaide Shonowo on March 2, 2021
Dr. Amole, you were really a vessel of honour unto God. You combined your profession with your spiritual morals.
I don't really know what to write about you. You were so passionate with your profession, so caring, compassionate and humble.
May your soul rest in perfect peace and may the good Lord watch over the family you left behind. I pray Lister Hospital will continue with your good works in Jesus name.
Layide Shonowo- Abuja
Posted by Odunayo Ikuerowo on March 1, 2021
I was so shocked about Dr Amole’s passing into glory. He still referred patients to me quite recently.
He was such excellent doctor and senior colleague.
He goes to all length to care for his patients.
His documentation on patients were excellent.
Very soft spoken, patient, diligent and hardworking.
I will really miss him greatly.
Adieu sir. Rest In Peace.
Posted by 'Wande Seriki on February 28, 2021
Dr. Adeniyi Amole was a medical practitioner par excellence. He was more than a doctor to my family and many of his patients. He was a friend, brother, father, grandfather, an uncle, a counsellor and a confidant to many he didn't even have blood ties with. He was very dotting on all he came across. He was a service to God and humanity, a true child of God, he does the medical work as far as he could and calls on God to perfect the rest. He depended on God for absolute power. He was always willing to give a helping hand to all. He was very considerate and compassionate to ensure good healthcare is affordable to many.
Your untimely demise is a big blow to my family as you made medical advice easy and accessible to us. From where do we start now....
We pray that The Comforter, Jesus Christ will comfort your family especially your aged mother, wife and children.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. We will meet again at the feet of Jesus where we will part no more.
Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
Tola and Olabisi Seriki's Family.
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Omo grandma.

Shared by Teju Ajani on March 1, 2021
I remember walking in to check on my mom on admission at Lister,  and finding you there with both of you laughing and regaling each other with stories of family and friends and feeling more like I walked into a family visit than a hospital stay! 
I find it extremely hard to believe your warmth and fullness of presence is gone. I am forever grateful for meeting and getting to know you. Thank you for sharing yourself and gift so freely with the world.

Shared by Olufemi Adenuga on February 14, 2021
Ho!!! Dr. of the Doctors ( BABA AMOLE) May Your Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.
So Quick, I didn't expect such a thing now. Because we still need you in our mist. Your Spiritual life & Wealth of Experience.
But God loves you more than us.

Our father, our Doctor Amole

Shared by Jide Omikunle on February 13, 2021
Dr Amole!!!!! Selfless,  down to earth, amazing personality. Doctor to my whole family, nuclear and extended. Gave hope to us all that we are all healed by HIS stripes. I'm not sure how we will cope or even exist in this world without you.  Your smile, your psychological conversations, your professional diagnosis and touches. I guess God just realised you were too good to be with us on earth. 
Rest in peace and power sir. I will miss you, we will miss you, the world will miss you. Adieu sir!