ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elizabeth Ajiferuke. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
I remember Mama
And the love that she gave
Now Mama is sleeping in the bosom of Jesus Christ
Somehow I know she's smiling, she's smiling on us right now
One day I'll see her again, how happy I will be
I remember Mama in a happy way
I remember Mama…
Good night Mummy....
Song Credit: Rev Shirley Caesar (I Remember Mama)
Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
One month already!!!

Thank you Lord for the strength to take on each day at a time.

Left to me, I would rather deny the reality...
I would rather tell myself the opposite just to minimize the pain of your exit.
But I get up each day and move.
Work has helped to keep my mind busy during the day.
Then I hurry home so I could sleep and shut things out.
It's a process. I know i will eventually have that closure. But it's a process that cannot be rushed.....

I will take on the coming days with an attitude of Thanksgiving. From this I hope to increase in strength and fully accept this reality.

For the time spent together, for the laughter shared, for the pains we walked through, for the good and not so good times, through our fights and the plays, for everything.... I am grateful to God.

Sleep on my Warrior!!!
Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
My Amazon Woman
My Amazon Woman!!!
One-man Army!!!
Obirin bi okunrin!
You fought gallantly and you won!
Yes you won!
You remain victorious Mummy.
Rest in your Lord and King.
Greet Daddy for me.
Mrs Elizabeth Temilade Ajiferuke
Monday 17th May, 2021

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Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
I remember Mama
And the love that she gave
Now Mama is sleeping in the bosom of Jesus Christ
Somehow I know she's smiling, she's smiling on us right now
One day I'll see her again, how happy I will be
I remember Mama in a happy way
I remember Mama…
Good night Mummy....
Song Credit: Rev Shirley Caesar (I Remember Mama)
Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
One month already!!!

Thank you Lord for the strength to take on each day at a time.

Left to me, I would rather deny the reality...
I would rather tell myself the opposite just to minimize the pain of your exit.
But I get up each day and move.
Work has helped to keep my mind busy during the day.
Then I hurry home so I could sleep and shut things out.
It's a process. I know i will eventually have that closure. But it's a process that cannot be rushed.....

I will take on the coming days with an attitude of Thanksgiving. From this I hope to increase in strength and fully accept this reality.

For the time spent together, for the laughter shared, for the pains we walked through, for the good and not so good times, through our fights and the plays, for everything.... I am grateful to God.

Sleep on my Warrior!!!
Posted by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
My Amazon Woman
My Amazon Woman!!!
One-man Army!!!
Obirin bi okunrin!
You fought gallantly and you won!
Yes you won!
You remain victorious Mummy.
Rest in your Lord and King.
Greet Daddy for me.
Mrs Elizabeth Temilade Ajiferuke
Monday 17th May, 2021
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Shared by Victoria Yetunde on June 18, 2021
I got involved with NCCF a long time before I went for service because of my mum. The NCCF Family House was right behind our house. At 5:00am or 5:30am everyday, they had morning devotion which started with high praise. That attracted my mum. She was a worshipper and a singer. She started joining them from her room everyday. Then she went there to say hello to them and introduced herself as a neighbour. Typically, they took to her. And I got drawn in too because of the morning worship. Any outgoing set ensured they introduced my mum and I to the incoming set. NCCF Family House Osun State became my second home. 
The Music team allowed me sing with them during the weekly fellowship time, lead worship during Rural Rugged (Sylvester Umemezie) etc. 
I was fully drafted into the music plan.
During Papa Godwin's set (Godwin Ude) I decided it was time to attend the National Conference with the NCCF family. But there was a problem. If I called either of my parents for money, they would ask why I needed extra cash. I wouldn't lie to my parents about money. And I was not ready to hear 'you are not going'
Now, my parents knew us very well!! If any of us would leave school to go anywhere, it was to attend a worship concert, conference etc. They had no worry that their children would go for a wild party or anything below the values they taught us. But despite that, my parents' rule was 'no trip anywhere' and somehow, they expected that we would come home on weekends. That way you could not go anywhere. I did not always obey that rule
My mind was made up. I was going to Jos for that Conference whether I had money or not. I left school for Osogbo and headed to the NCCF Family House. I had barely entered the compound when I saw my parents through the perforated fence. They were coming out of our street, walking together to the bustop. Having come out plain to Papa, Mama and some of the Excos that my parents had no idea I was going on that trip, they hurriedly hid me from sight. They couldn't avoid saying hello though coz Mummy was quite close to NCCF. They all became my no 1 partner in this crime
Knowing I did not receive permission from my parents to go on that trip, the Papa and Mama did not let me out of sight all through the conference in Jos. Quoting Papa 'I cannot get back to Osun State and tell stories to your mum'
When we got back to Osun State, I thought to myself that I would go to the campus and come to Osogbo the following day. I wanted to be able to truthfully tell my mum that I came home from school. I was about to knock when my mum opened the door. She asked 'where are you coming from? I saw you in Jos'
I thought 'chai!!! this woman sef'
I told her then that I went to Jos with NCCF for the National Conference. Mummy looked at me and replied 'OK. I won't tell your Daddy'
Thus my no 2 partner in crime was recruited
Now this particular gist is really about my mother being a 'prayer' and how God showed her things especially about her children. With mummy, don't bother to lie. You just can't!!!
Without having to try too hard, my parents never had to train us on telling the truth. 
Mummy by the help of the Holy Spirit was our automatic programmer!!!
#MyMother
#PrayingWoman