Posted by Olaitan Afolabi on June 2, 2022
Hmmm.....Continue to rest in peace Tokunbo
Posted by Lola Akinwunmi on June 1, 2022
Tokunbo continue to rest in perfect peace. Hard to believe that a year has passed already. God knows best. Grateful for the good memories.
Posted by Abisola Folayan on June 1, 2022
I can't believe it's a year gone my beloved sister,eventho u're gone remain in my heart,I love and miss u dearly .
Posted by Jane Abiona on January 29, 2022
Happy posthumous birthday. I miss you so much. I decided to remember you in a nice way today. I played all those oldies we used to listen to and they brought back so many memories of staff school, quarters, etc. Continue to rest in peace darling beloved.

Missing you so bad.
Posted by Jide Folayan on January 29, 2022
It would have been your birthday today. We choose to be cheerful and even though it's hard and not making sense yet, we are stronger.
Miss you loads.

Love you forever Tox.
Posted by Olaitan Afolabi on January 23, 2022
Tokumbo..... The last time we spoke was in 2013. I can remember you were pregnant with you third daughter when I last saw you. You were so good at business with great entrepreneurial spirit even when most of us were searching for white collar job after our service year. Never knew you were sick until I heard about your demise.
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord until the resurrection morning. Adieu dear friend.
Posted by Bomi O. on June 21, 2021
Sis, I am so sad to hear of your passing. I have nothing but fond memories of you. Praying for everyone you left behind - BOUQUI, your sweet mom, and your entire family. I am so sorry. Rest in Peace, Till we meet again. Much love.
Posted by Olubunmi Lawal on June 17, 2021
Toks, your passing on came as a rude shock to me because we were assured that you were getting better.
You were such a calm and lovely person.
May God grant your soul eternal rest and comfort your family. Amen.
Posted by Toyin Abiodun on June 13, 2021
Rest in peace gentle soul. Sun ré ooooooooo
Posted by G Boboye on June 12, 2021
I'd known you throughout primary and secondary school, outside school we also had common interests. You were a true childhood friend.
Adulthood took us in different directions for a while, by the time we reconnected we could flow like we had never been apart. You were a dear friend and sister.
I am sorry this had to happen.
Rest in Peace with the Lord Tokunbo.
Posted by Priscilla Sttilletto on June 12, 2021
rest in peace dearest tokunbo,its so sad that you had to travel on to eternity so soon but heaven has gained a beautiful angel.
Posted by Akintola Oluwanimbe on June 12, 2021
Tokunbo Folayan, it's difficult for me to belief that you have gone. Yes! A star has gone. A promising, focus and forward looking enterpreneurer has gone. Omo girl, u will be greatly missed. Suu re o..ebony lomo, Omo Oba binrin, u are too jovial to be missed. OlaTokunbo Emily oni kaba, Omo Oba birin, aya Ojo...Your memory lingers on...Adieu..
Posted by Tolu Oso on June 11, 2021
Princess Tokunbo, our one and only Emily oni kaba. May your beautiful and gentle soul rest in peace. We love you but Jesus loves you more.
May the Holy Spirit comfort all you left behind.
Rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Ijeoma Aniche on June 11, 2021
Beautiful Toks, such an amazing sister and friend. My childhood friend. I will miss you dearly. Rest in the bosom of Lord. One Luv ❤️
Posted by Lola Akinwunmi on June 11, 2021
Tokunbo thoughts of Staff School and Moremi days very vivid in my memory. I pray your soul rests perfectly at peace in the Lord. Also, that God grants your entire family the grace to get through this.

Rest on Toks
Posted by Bolanle Odejide on June 10, 2021
Dear Tokunbo,
It’s sad to hear that your race has ended. It’s been about 17 years since I saw you when you and your wonderful family graced my wedding; mummy Olori Folayan made the cakes for the engagement and wedding.

Over the years I have heard great things about you and your accomplishment; becoming a young businesswoman after completing your youth service. I was sad when I heard about your struggle and I was praying for a different outcome, but God knows best and chose to call you home at this time.

May the Lord be with all your loved ones, especially your children, mummy, siblings, family, and friends. May all that love you find solace that "this God is our God forever and ever: he will be our guide even unto death."(Psalm 48:14),

Ma sun , olufe, ko si ma simi:
Gb’ori le aya Olugbala re:
A fe o; sugbon Jesu fe o ju
Sun-re! Sun-re! Sun-re!

Orun re dun bi ti omo titun;
O kio ji mo si lala on ekun:
Isimi tire pe, o si daju
Sun re! Sun-re! sun-re!
Posted by Foluke Laosebikan on June 10, 2021
Gentle, soft spoken, kind hearted princess Tokunbo. Your kind heart and calm presence will be missed. Rest on with our Lord Jesus until resurrection day.
May God uphold and comfort the entire family. Olorun a tu gbogbo idile ninu.
Foluke Oyedeji Laosebikan for the Oyedejis- Road 20D
Posted by Modupe Ayara on June 11, 2021
Tokunbo, I could remember you as a friendly and easygoing person during the Staff School (SS)/Moremi days. Your demise was a shock but God knows best. My prayer is that God comforts your dear mum and the family you have left behind. Adieu Tokunbo!
Posted by Bimbola Quadri on June 10, 2021
If we live, we live for the Lord; and if we die, we die for the Lord. So, whether we live or die, we belong to the Lord. May the Lord heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. RIP Tokunbo.
Posted by king David on June 10, 2021
Met you briefly and you stuck in my memory. You are a kind hearted angel and you are warrior. Many words can't qualify your qualities and many words can't quantify your good works. Till we meet at the other side sleep on Toks the angel.
Posted by Temitayo Ogundiwin on June 9, 2021
Tokunbo black ebony, although the last time I saw you was in 1992 but your demise took me back to when we were all growing up on Road 20d. I remembered that you like eating amala and ewedu a lot then. You like doing your own thing, very funny and friendly. Tokunbo, God knows best and may the Lord comfort the family and loved ones you left behind. May your beautiful soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ayodola Olomola on June 9, 2021
Princess, you came, you saw and conquered. So sad to hear about your demise. The Savior understand.
I could remember your gentle and beautiful look at Victory Chapel, Ife , Olanrewaju junction and OAU,Ife.
You were easy going , lover of God and peace. A true child of God you were.
Not how long but how well.
Sleep till resurrection day.
Adiue Princess
Posted by Akin Omokogboh on June 9, 2021
Títí la ó máa ṣe ìdárò rẹ ooo, Tòkunbọ̀, ìyókù tún di ọjọ́ àjíǹde. Máa sinmi ni àyà olùgbàlà.
Posted by Omowunmi Taiwo on June 9, 2021
Our own Emily Oni Kaba.


30 years...3 decades...that is how long it has been since we last saw or spoke to each other.

I have nothing but fond memories of you.
From inter-house sports to practical agric , from the assembly hall to lunchtime.

We always 'formed' ajebutter. Life was stress, no worries. Those WERE THE DAYS!

Fast forward... I had no idea God was ready to call your name. In life, we loved you dearly, in death we do the same.

Rest in POWER my dear friend. May God comfort the ones you left behind .

Tsamaya Sentle dear... Go Well
Posted by Oluwatoyin Aladegbami on June 9, 2021
Toks, you live on...
Yes, I know we all owe it to death someday but at some instances, I feel we could have done things differently to defer it till some other time... . May God grant you the perfect peace that you deserve because you really struggled hard, you were totally committed to your family, you lived a very resilient and compassionate life which is what endears a lot of us to you. Even at your lowest ebb; against all the odds, you still made everyone believe that you could pull through successfully!
You will always be fondly remembered in your unique ways.
It is indeed your time to rest on sis.
Posted by Oreoluwa Akinbola on June 9, 2021
We all know that you are in a better place now resting. You fought a good fight. You will be greatly missed by all. You are indeed "Egbon" to all of us. So jovial and full of life. The little time I spent with you recently was a blessing and your death was so shocking because we all believed on what God can do.

Continue to rest MA until we meet again.
Posted by Tolani Sakeye on June 9, 2021
I don't have words... The news of your demise came as a shock. I couldn't believe it. I went over our last chat. It's just so sad! 

You always reached out, always happy for others' progress. May your loving soul rest in peace! May the Lord uphold your family! ♥️

Cheers & Goodnight!

Tolani Sakeye.
Posted by Olufunke Jinadu on June 8, 2021
Beautiful princess, ever smiling Tokunbo! Forever in our hearts. Your demise came as a rude shocking news to us all! We will forever cherish the memories of growing up together on OAU Quarters. Rest well beautiful angel.
Posted by Olubukola Folayan on June 8, 2021
You fought and fought, optimistic till the end..but guess what? You won.. not only did you win..Heaven also won a soul.
You will forever be missed. You have finished your race, handed us the baton and now it's left for us to carry on. Armed with the beautiful and unforgettable memories of your laughter, corny jokes and charming personality... We press on.

Still very unbelievable, everytime I pray I mention all our names..very fast... I've done it for years.. it's so automatic now.. I still did it this morning and paused...I can't believe you're gone. So surreal. Like a dream.

Love you Tokunbo.. Your Legacy will NEVER DIE. I PROMISE YOU THAT.

FLY. SOAR.. or whatever angels do. Love you forever.

Your sister.
Posted by Esther Abiona on June 8, 2021
Rest in peace aunty. I will forever hold onto the memories and stories of you taking care of me as a child. I love and miss you so much but I am certain that heaven is so much better. May we meet again.
Posted by Oludotun Ayodele on June 8, 2021
Hummmm. Still in shock of the news of your demise... Olatokunbo, my beautiful sis. Your family home on OAU campus was my second home when i was in Ilesha. After school we lost contact and reunited few years ago through social media. I remember the day you called me and screamed aunty Dotun!!!. Family is everything to you. You looked out for my daughter in Abuja and bonded with her as if you have known her for years!!!
Tokunbo, may you find complete rest at the bossom of your maker. The Lord comforts us all, especially my aunty, your mum, your siblings and immediate family in Jesus name.
Posted by Adetutu Awonuga on June 7, 2021
I am short of words..toks ore mi. I reached out to you few weeks ago and you said you were fine only to hear of your passing last week. Hmmmmm..God knows best.. Rest in peace. May the good lord comfort the entire family.. Amen .
Posted by Folake Taylor on June 7, 2021
Your passing came as a rude shock. You were always so supportive on FB and IG, and you’ve always been a sweet person. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord, and may the Lord give your family the fortitude to bear your heavy loss. Sun re o!!!
Posted by Adetunji Haastrup on June 7, 2021
So so terribly sad; so intensely painful: the more so as we may no longer be blessed by her in life again.Soul crushing and humbling in the blunt truth of our mortality.I confess to loving Tokunbo like a baby sister and friend. May her gentle Christloving soul rest in perfect peace IJPN. Blessed assurance: wether we live or die,we are His(Rom.14:8).Adieu our gentle kindhearted princess
.May you repose eternally in the bosom of our Lord Jesus.AMEN️
Posted by Modupe Bamkole on June 7, 2021
Dear Tokunbo, my friend's sister and my sis, you always had a smile...very pleasant just like every member of your family. Your passing is a big loss for your loved ones but heaven's gain. Rest in peace and in the bossom of the Lord where there is no pain or sickness. The Lord will be with your children and loved ones that you left behind, Amen. I remember your sweet mum in particular at this time. May the Lord grant her strength, peace and comfort, Amen. Love from mee... Modupe Bamkole (Obaf)
Posted by Haastrup Fola on June 7, 2021
Aunty Tokunbo,
If we could sit the ripper down and ask "why"?, we would only be stuck in a long of long line of people with the same question "WHY".
As much as this is painful to accept, we are left with the memories we shared, might I add, delightful memories at that. I remembered back then at modakeke, the folayans were the extended nuclear family I miss so much. Can't forget the choir sessions n all the pranks n joke about the voices even with aunt bisola, who would have thought aunty bukky would take that up(singing). Most of all I can't forget ur bobbling elegance of joy n happiness atleast that's how I pictured it. Sleep on Princess n let us be comforted with the fact that though past memories may linger on with it's abundance of joy, love and happiness, the future, when we meet, will be nothing short of glorious reunion in Christ's loving Grace and may the good Lord continue to comfort the family. Rip aunty toks
Posted by Ilupeju James on June 7, 2021
Sister Tokunbo led a life committed to helping humanities. She'll forever be in our heart till we meet at the saviour's feet.
Posted by Deborah Abiona on June 7, 2021
Goodbye Auntie, may your soul rest in perfect peace. You will be missed very dearly. Until we meet again.
Posted by Fayoke Sofola on June 7, 2021
May your soul Rest In Peace sister. You are an Angel .
Posted by Dare Famoriyo on June 7, 2021
Tokunbo, may your soul rest with your God. Amen.
Posted by Jane Abiona on June 7, 2021
Darling sis,
It was so much joy and fun growing up with you. We spent the first 23 years of our lives together before I came over here. You were such a hardworking woman who like the virtuous woman in Proverbs just wanted to be happy and provide for her family. Though it hurts so bad thinking of this whole ordeal, I know you are in heaven because the Lord showed me this revelation the day before you died. I will miss you so much. All you left behind are in good hands, God’s hands, May the Lord be with you till we meet again. Rest In Peace my darling aburo Emily. It’s me your “big sis” like you used to call me.

Deji Folayan Abiona.

Posted by Abisola Folayan on June 6, 2021
Dear big sister,we had so many plans ,including planning my wedding and baking my wedding cake,u always held my hands , looked in my eyes and said baby elephant thank u for taking care of me,u always asured me u will not die ,u said we would travel together with my self and my fiance,u alway held my hand while we slept and say bisola u sleep too much,u loved amala and ewedu,u were a friend and a sister,i told u my pains,i was always fighting people cos of u,u were sweet,gentle and hard working,wat ever u touched turned to money,very industrious, with a lovely voice,u always sang and loved to be alone,if i should keep typing i wont stop, a real person,a kind hearted person ,u would give anything to anyone who wants ur help.u never hesitated to help,i will miss and love u ,u will never be forgotten, if i could turn back the hands of time i wont let ur hands makes me happy ur last days we spent together ,we played fought and sang together but we still loved each other ,mama as i fondly call u rest on...

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