Let the memory of Joy be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Joy Obayojie . We will remember her forever.
Posted by Joseph Aketu on 16th March 2019
Joy, The gist of all you represented and still represent is in those three letters. Rest in peace, dear. Let the heavens roar with more of the laughter you gave us here. Adieu
Posted by Glory Bassey on 15th March 2019
Today made it a week you changed address and I am still finding it hard to believe you have left earth. Rest on Dworldsgreatest. I am grateful for the life you lived, thankful for the lessons learnt
Posted by Yerin Aginighan on 15th March 2019
My Dear friend, Joy Obayojie Dworldsgreatest I am truly saddened by the news of your passing. Even typing this tribute seems like a dream. But sadly my guts tells me it isn't. That You were indeed full of life is common knowledge I can recall the first time we met in UNIBEN, if am not mistaking, you were sitting with Tope Ola-sunnmonu (Aka, TY) around the car park of our faculty. Then I was already well acquainted with TY so I decided to stop by to have a brief chat with TY and possibly you. You didn't exactly say much but i could remember vividly, the stare from the corner of your eye, the kind of look that tells you in so many words "better have something sensible to say or you are done" well, I pulled through and we eventually became very great friends. You were always there at my birthdays in my usual night out, bus station style. I became very fond of You because of your sense of humor, coupled with the fact of your being a very lively person. indeed! livelier than most.. Arguably, music was your greatest love; it didn't matter where you were or who you were with, you must certainly burst some moves. I am happy to have shared those 5 years in uniben with you and watched you transition from the "carefree" teenager you were to an intelligent, eloquent, confident and remarkably bold woman you turned out. I believe that age is just a number rather, the impact that one has made in this world is the true determinant of one's age. certainly, going by this, you are certainly over 80. speaking from experience, there is no replacement for loved ones lost. Every attempt to fill the vacuum would certainly be futile especially when it's someone so full of life, so full of dreams, so full of love. The best we can do in the circumstance is to ensure that we accomplish every dream that time denied them. To the grieving family, thank you, for we shared in the "joy" you brought to this world. And we pray that you are consoled and joy finds happiness, contentment and rest in the bossom of our creator. Adieu my learned friend, we love you more than words can say and We miss you already.
Posted by Aisosa Eke-Omoigui on 14th March 2019
You were a beautiful soul...ever joyful like your name Rest on Chairlady
Posted by Ify Nwachukwu on 14th March 2019
Joy! Please wake up!
Posted by Oluwakemi Adeyemo Akogun on 14th March 2019
Hmmmm. I have thought of what exactly to write here since Wednesday morning, but words failed me. My colleague turned friend turned sister, Joy Obayojie u were indeed a Friend. I knew you for just barely a year plus but it seemed like we had known all our lives cos of the kind of person that you were. You got worried over my case n made sure you offered assistance. I will forever be grateful to you. Am glad I was there to spend your last days with you even though we both didn't know. Good bye my sister, Iya kiki as you fondly call me will forever miss you
Posted by ISOKEN AIGBOMIAN on 14th March 2019
Sweet Sanguine Joy, it pains me that you had to suffer so much before getting this final rest. I am consoled by the fact that you loved God and will be resting in His kingdom. I thank God for the life you lived and pray your family is consoled by the great times they had with you before your death. Rest in peace Dear Joy.
Posted by Adaeze Ozoemenam on 14th March 2019
My very own "Mama", she was always so kind and extremely caring. She had a very beautiful heart...I'll really miss you Rest Well in the bossom of the Lord
Posted by EZEKIEL ITAMAH on 14th March 2019
If only we could bring you back to life we would have, but its obvious that all power belongs to God. He knew why He had to take you now so that you would leave this world of pain and comfortably stay in your mansion built on that street of gold. We are not crying like those who do not have hope but we are confident that you are at the masters bosom. We are happy that you are with Jesus. Please write us the lyrics of songs the angels sing over there. Please greet Jesus for me. We will forever miss you here on earth Joy, You have lived a good life. God be with you till we meet again to part no more....Adieu
Posted by Ezinne Okenwa on 13th March 2019
Joy girl, my love, my friend, my sister, words will never be enough to express how saddened I am of your untimely exit. You were a mother to many children including mine. I have the fondest memories of you especially when you cracked jokes, even when you played music and danced. You will greatly be missed. I still remember all the plans you had. But God knows best. I love you my friend. Adieu girl till we meet again.
Posted by Steve Obayojie on 13th March 2019
My toy, My Joy and My friend. It always seems like we have all the time in the world, only to realize how fleeting it really is. I wish we had more time to do and say the things we saved for later which along with you is gone forever. I promise to keep you alive in my memories. You were more than a sister, Rest in peace.
Posted by Cobson Obas on 13th March 2019
My mentor and learned Big Sis.You are my strength and Confidence and you will always be. I will continue to uphold your vision and legacy...love you mucho Mama
Posted by Osayamen Julius on 13th March 2019
Thank you for the times you shared. Thank you for your prayers and encouragement. Thank you for all the support you gave me. This is not the end.

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