ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Florence Olalonpe Olokun 80 years old , born on October 31, 1940 and passed away on November 4, 2020. We will remember her forever.

The children of Lady Evangelist Florence Olalonpe Olokun would like to announce her transition to glory after a very brief illness. We are shocked, saddened and at a loss for words. We still can’t wrap our minds around the fact that you are gone from us forever. You were always there for us. You listened to us, cried with us, cheered for us, encouraged us, prayed with us and for us and always made yourself available. You were our prayer warrior and were always protective of your children. What a loss!

Words still cannot express our pain at this moment. Your departure from this earth was sudden. We did not see it coming and are still in total shock.

Our beautiful, humble, giving, generous, selfless, inspirational, praying, God fearing and fearless mother. We will never ever forget you. We called you our prayer partner, staying up late to pray for your children into the night. You were always there for your family, no matter what. Always ready to listen and offer advice and a different view point. What are we going to do without you?

Mummy wrote a book about two years ago titled: Woman as created by God. You were working on a sequel. You had a passion to educate and inspire women in the service of God to live up to their God given potential. What an inspiration. We celebrated your drive and energy up to the very end. Indeed, the running theme in our discussions about you was how much energy you had. To the very end, you defied your age and was involved in projects meant for the younger generation.

You are now united with daddy in heaven. I am sure you are both looking down on us and saying: keep fighting the good fight of faith, finish your course, don’t give up, persevere. It will all end in praise.

Beautiful, long suffering mother.

We draw strength from these scriptures:

Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints – Psalm 116:15

Weeping may endure for a night, but joy comes in the morning – Psalm 30:5

We invite everyone to pay tribute to our mum on this platform.

Mummy’s funeral will be held at the Vaults and Gardens in Ikoyi, Lagos. It will be a private ceremony. We invite everyone to the Celebration of Praise to be announced at a later date in 2021.

From,

Your Children


Posted by Abiola Oduwole on November 27, 2020
I have been pushing my writing this tribute back daily, because doing so meant I had fully accepted that my Aunt ( Mummy Magodo) is gone to be with the Lord. She is now with her loving husband, my Dad her most loved Eldest brother and my Mum her sister.
I know I will miss her so much. She has been a big part of my life since I announced my arrival more than 6 decades ago. It had never crossed my mind that she would not be around. I already missed my calling her and her saying Abim o ku ijo meta or her calling me when I take too long to call or visit.
A prayer warrior ,a fantastic evangelist. For her, serving the Lord comes first, in all things. Prayer is like food to her. She was a strong woman yet so elegant. Always goes for the best in all things. Very determined, once she is convinced on a cause and she will execute it excellently.
My siblings ( Adetutu, Olumide, Akinwale,Olatokunbo,Segun and myself with our families will miss her so sorely. She actually tied all of us that is my cousins and us together because that was what her brother dedired. She was our fulcrum.
I know she is with the Lord and having a blast. She was a special daughter of God who touched many souls and won many souls for her God that she served diligently. Continue to enjoy yourself up there . You have fought the fight and have earned the golden crown in heaven.
Posted by Oluwadamilola Oyadiran on November 26, 2020
I was very sad and shocked when I heard that grandma was no more. I remember my grandma coming to stay with me and my parents all those years. We used to take walks together and we would talk about her relationship with God. Whenever she would call me, she always ended the conversation with a prayer about my wellbeing and success. She was very kind and caring and brought joy whenever she stepped into a room.

She was a devout Christian with a great heart. She was a great listener and always listened to what I had to say. She was very compassionate and was there for me when I needed help. She was a great person who will truly be missed. I will always remember you grandma. I love and miss you.
Posted by Ignatius Adegunle on November 26, 2020
A TRIBUTE TO MRS FLORENCE OLALONPE OLOKUN

We learnt with deep shock and utmost surprise the death of our dear sister, mother, and friend Mrs. Florence Olalonpe Olokun.

Mama was a very dedicated and committed Resident of Valley View Zone of Magodo Residents Association. She was a role model to all the younger residents as she would meet all her obligations without prompting and had willingly supported the projects of the zone and larger Association many times.

We will remember her for her actions which impacted much on the financial and social aspects of the development of the zone. She was very prayerful. Her useful advices assisted the zone in forging ahead over the years. She will be sorely missed. We were looking forward to celebrating her 80th birthday with her but she had a better plan of celebrating with the Angels and Saints in Heaven.

May God console the family and multitude of friends and associates she left behind to mourn her departure.

May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

Adieu Mama Olokun.

Ignatius Adegunle Felix Ogunmade
Chairman Secretary
Valley View Zone Community Valley View Zone Community
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 23, 2020
Mummy! A dear Mummy with a great heart. A strong soldier of Christ active till her home call. A strong pillar in the house of the Lord, polished after the similitude of the palace.

Can I ever forget you. God used you as the first pointer for me to discover a hidden gift in me that I was not even aware of. I remember coming to inform you as the Sunday school Supervisor of the church then, that I wanted to serve as an adult Sunday school teacher and you insisted that I start as a Children's Sunday school teacher to which I reluctantly yielded. Eventually God helped me to discover my love for working with the children and call into the children's ministry for which I am ever grateful to God.

Your death came as a shock me and my family as you fully stood by us during the recent home call of our father, we never knew you were already preparing to leave us too, but God understands all.

We will surely miss you ma. Rest in the bossom of the Lord.

Yemisi Adewole
Posted by Adetutu Ijose on November 22, 2020
Tutu my Tutu that is what my auntie Mrs. Florence Olalonpe Olokun used to say every Sunday when I called to chat with her and pray with her and talk about our Jewish ancestry and how the Jerusalem Church which we are has strayed from its roots.
She enjoyed those conversation as I shared from the Scriptures and showed her how far the church and the Levites have fallen from the requirements of the law which our savior paid the price of his bleed to enable us fulfill.
I will miss those conversations. I will also miss her humility. She was always willing to listen to me regardless of what I wanted to talk about and search the Scriptures with me.
It is well. The legacy of love for God, staunch faith and love for all your nephews and nieces who you loved as if they were your own children lives on. You became our Mummy too. We all miss you dearly.
Posted by Joy Okotako on November 21, 2020
Dear Mummy, I thank God for the opportunity, and privilege, of knowing you, and I cherish the few times I spent with you, for your wisdom, kindness, and who you were.
Living for a thousand years still would not have been enough, for our benefit. Like Paul said to live is Christ and to die is gain—For those who loved and knew you, your death is gain. It is more beneficial for you. We will be with you someday in heaven. We will comfort ourselves in the fact that we do not mourn like the world who have no hope! We have hope and believe in the resurrection so we bless the Lord almighty for your life which was a good one. We will take solace in the fact that we had the opportunity to learn from you. You will always be in our thoughts. Live on, and Rest In Peace mother!
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 21, 2020
The last time we spoke was to brainstorm on the format for your upcoming 80th birthday! Ooh, what a shock to hear of your departure! What a great loss to us! Who will fill the vacuum you left behind- your generosity, prayers, counselling/words of encouragement at all times and benevolence! Though saddened by the loss, we thank God for the good legacy you left behind. Sleep on good mother till the resurrection day. Adieu.

Funke & Deolu Ijose
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 20, 2020
Our BIG MUMMY, We Cannot But Appreciate All D FOND MEMORIES n WONDERFULL TIMES We Had With U, During Ur Time With Us Here On Earth. As Uve Gone To Meet D Ur GOD, May His Glory Continue To ABIDE With Forever n ever, In JESUS NAME.

Pastor Nja
Posted by Ogunniyi Funmi on November 20, 2020
Mummy, I never knew seeing you weeks ago when you came to visit me at the hospital was going to be our last time together.

We have bonded more over this past months and i believed we had more time together. You nutured me and have been there for me all through the years. You gave your service to God, humanity and was truly a Godly loving mother to those who knew you.

Even though there’s an ache in my heart that will never go away, i know you lie in the bossom of the lord in heaven. Farewell Mummy.

        ...Olufunmi Ogunniyi...
Posted by Olufunke Aiyedehin on November 19, 2020
Mummy you are woman of strength and honor ,A prayer warrior, teacher of teacher's. A great counsellor a example of a virteous woman. Mummy you a mother without a boarder. Your love for God is great. Very generous and caring. Humble and loving. Mummy I shall miss your love and advices that gives me comfort. You are great mentor. I know you have finished your work. God loves you and have given you rest . Good night mummy till we meet not to part again. Good night ma , A Daughter of Zion is gone.
Posted by Bunmi Aderoju on November 19, 2020
Quite unfortunate, some of us that are Shola's friends were eager to gather for your 80th birth celebration. So sadden! when I heard that " mum passed on, on the 4th from her.
We love you, but impossible to hold you back when the Creator decided it's time.
Reading through peoples notes, you released yourself for divine assignments while here on earth. So, rest in His blossom ma.
Posted by Temilade Okolo on November 19, 2020
Mummy, you are a rare gem. When I heard you were sick, I prayed for your quick recovery until one morning I got a message you were gone. Mummy, I didn't believe you have gone because you were a sweet mother that love God, serve God as if Jesus will come today, given to humanity and less privileged. Heaven gained an Angel. I will miss you, mummy, until we meet again. Rest in the bosom of thy Lord till we meet again.
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 19, 2020
What is it that I remember when I think of Mummy Olokun? I think of love, kindness, compassion and above all Godliness. I think of her dying without suffering, at peace with the world, at peace with herself and at peace with the Lord - the way we should all wish for ourselves. Rest on with God Mummy.

Chinelo Ejikeme
Posted by Adeniyi Taiwo Jimoh on November 19, 2020
The ministers and the entire members of CAC Jesus The Way Out, Lagos Island express their deepest condolences on the sudden transition into glory of late Lady Evangelist Olalonpe Florence Olokun. Mama you were truly a soldier of Christ who fought relentlessly to the end. May the Lord God give the entire family members the fortitude to bear the loss. Sleep well Mama in the Lord till we meet to part no more.
From Lady Evangelist Modupeola Ojo.
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 18, 2020
1. Tribute to my beloved and only best friend

Hmmmm! As what do I make my tribute about you Lonpe, my darling – As a bosom friend, as a confidant, as a sister, as my best friend, as my classmate or as my partner. In whatever capacity I am making this tribute, I have got a lot to say about you.

You were a woman of good spirit, you were gentle, tender hearted, easy going, accommodating, very very disciplined, loving, upright and always there to help and assist whenever needed.
I will always remember you Lonpe, for there will never ever be a friend to replace you in my heart.

Our friendship started in 1958. Since then we were like 5 and 6. Always seen together. We went to the same Hannah Hinderer Secondary Modern school, Oke Ado, Ibadan between 1959-1961. We lived together with my brother. We entered United Missionary Teachers Training College Oke Ado Ibadan together from 1962-1964. People knew us together as best friends and partners. We derived our pet name ”Pat” from Partner. Our friendship grew so strong we became sisters. Your parents and people became mine and mine became yours. We became inseparable sisters.

Your commitment and devotion to the things of God was exemplary. On the 4th of November 2020 when I read on the WhatsApp group platform you created for us children and citizens of heaven that you were gone, I was totally shattered. It was like a dream. I am always too emotional to know you were gone home too soon. It hurts so bad and very very painful.

Well, you have fought the good fight of faith, you have finished well and finished strong.

I know there is another fellowship in heaven for those who died in Christ as you did.

Sleep on, my darling Pat, until we meet at the feet of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.

I will forever miss you my sweetie. I know you have met your beloved husband in the holy city.

Good night.
Mrs Omolade
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 18, 2020
I came in contact with you when I joined the Federal Ministry of Information. You were my immediate boss who carried me along with all good intentions. A woman with a golden heart who was always there for all her staff. You were my sister and a great confidant.
A woman of honour, upright and just as well as a disciplinarian. Your love and counsel will always be my guide.
I am really grateful to God for knowing you.
I will forever miss you.
May you have a nice rest in the bosom of your creator.

OBADOFIN D.O. (MRS)
Posted by Ibare Sunpaul on November 18, 2020
Perfect is the life of the Righteous.(Mama)Lady Evang.Florence Olokun,you have come,you have seen, you have conquered. Your contributions to the Prison Fellowship Nigeria, will remain indelible in our memory .Your last message to us during the Sept.26th,2020 Yellow Ribbon Campaign was "Never Judged Someone By The Opinion of Other"
Mama Olokun, we loves you but Jesus loves you more. Sun re laya Olugbala, O daro.

Prison Fellowship Nigeria,Lagos State Chapter Family.
Posted by Feyisara Olulana on November 18, 2020
Mummy, my mentor , my teacher, my role model. The great soldier of Christ who suddenly laid down her sword. A passionate writer , and a pace setter.
You were grooming me, and many others.
You were never discouraged with enormity of work (service to God). Your energy and commitment to God's service is fantastic. Even on your sick bed, you were concerned if we attended Prison Fellowship meeting. We miss you Mummy.
You were so generous. A great listener.
Continue to rest in your Lord's Bosom till we meet to part no more.
Dcns F O Olulana.
Posted by Olufowobi Oluyemisi on November 18, 2020
Mum Mum as I fondly called. Your sudden departure was shocking. You lived an exemplary life worthy of emulation. You were a lover of Christ. You were caring, loving and never tired of giving. Personally I will miss you, well your loss is heaven's gain. Be resting in the Lord's bosom till we meet and part no more. Goodnight Mum Mum!!!
Olufowobi Magdalene Oluyemisi
Posted by Diran Olufowobi on November 18, 2020
Tribute from the Sunday School Department of Christ Apostolic Church General Headquarters Ebute Elefun Lagos.

On behalf of the Sunday School Department I write to express our deepest and heartfelt condolences on the sudden but glorious passing of our mummy to eternal glory at a time we were all preparing to celebrate with her the occasion of her 80th birthday.
It is proving very difficult to put in writing the immense and immeasurable contributions of mummy to the development of Sunday School in the church.
Mummy was a leader and nurturer of leaders, a teacher per excellence, lover of all especially the children, a consummate evangelist. Mummy you undertook so many developmental initiatives that has brought the Sunday school to her present enviable heights. You are a carer and a giver who made impact on many lives.
We are already missing your presence in our midst. We pray that the Almighty God shall grant us the grace to carry on the torch.

Mrs. Tinuola Olufowobi
Sunday School Supervisor
Posted by Diran Olufowobi on November 18, 2020
'Mummy' as you are fondly called by many in the Christ Apostolic Church family. Your passing came as a shock to many when we were all looking forward to marking your 80th birthday.
Lady Evangelist Florence Olokun, you are indefatigable, relentless and totally committed in your service to God and touching the lives of many. You were a confidant, counsellor and burden bearer to many of us.
I can say without equivocation that you've gone in a blaze of glory to rest in the bossom of the Lord and to receive the crowns for your service.
You are sorely and surely missed. We take solace in the fact we shall see to part no more on the resurrection day.
Posted by Mandy Olowu on November 17, 2020
Whilst death is a certainty, nothing prepares us to bid farewell. What can I say, words fail me today. Where do I begin to describe your beautiful soul.You were such a sweet and genuinely good person ma

You were truly one of the best people I, Taiwo and children had ever known and you will never be forgotten.
May your soul continue to beam in eternity
Love
Mandy & Taiwo Olowu
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
Truly a great woman of God, Always available to do the work of God. The news of your demise came as a shock. We were looking forward to celebrate your 80th birthday but God has his plans. I am sure you are resting at the right hand of God. Rest in perfect peace mummy.

Folahan Sanya
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
Mummy we love you but God loves you most till we meet at Jesus' feet. Rest in perfect peace.

Deaconess M.A Banjo
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
You are a mother in love and a great jewel. We love you but God loves you most. Rest on beloved.

Taiwo Oyadiran and Family
Posted by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
Mummy we love you but God loves you more. May your soul rest in peace.

Olutola Oyadiran
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 16, 2020
TRIBUTE TO LADY EVANGELIST F.O OLOKUN
My beloved sister in The LORD. It is unbelievable you have gone away at this crucial time we need you in CAC GH, Ebute Elefun. You were such a wonderful prayer leader to copy, a great prayer warrior. You have left a vacuum too difficult to fill in the entire assembly because of your invaluable contribution.
Beloved sister and a giant soldier, a lover of Christ and a doer of His will. Surely we are going to miss you but we are happy you are resting at the bossom of your LORD whom you served so well.
Adieu my good sister.
Sun re o, sun re o, sun re o (Amin).

Deaconess (Mrs) Adeyinka A. Adewole
Posted by Clement Ijose on November 16, 2020
TRIBUTES BY MR CLEMENT IJOSE 

OH DEATH,why are u so cruel! You struck so suddenly with complete devastation snatching away my dear sister on the night of 4 October 2020.

I felt cold and wept uncontrollably when the sad news of your transition filtered in. My dear all our siblings and even your biological children were aware of our closeness.Your sudden death delt a severe on my entire fabric.

We shared so many things to the extent that u told me many times that u could reveal secrets to me which you dare not reveal to other siblings,according to you.

Your confidence in me was total,we always discussed issues far into  the night because you knew that God had given me a unique gift of vision/dreams,u always acted with dispatch on anything the Spirit revealed to me!

You were such a reliable confidant,now that you have gone to your final abode, I have unalloyed faith the HE will
send another Comforter to me speedily in the physical.

I have solace in the fact that you served God till the very end of your life. You have  conquered death.

With total submission to the will of God, I bow my head, salute your uncommon courage especially after your husband's transition and declare...IT IS FINISHED.

Good Night, my rare Sister.

                   CLEMENT.
Posted by Tunde Oyadiran on November 14, 2020
@Darl,

i called you Darl before your final exit. you are a darling any day. Your kindness, support, wise counsel, support for the church and family. You have left indelible marks on the sands of times and heart print of your person in our hearts. The comfort I have is : YOU ARE IN A BETTER PLACE. We shall gather at the river to part no more.... live on, Mom!!
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 9, 2020
God giveth &God taketh. Your motherly support has indeed shown how exemplary u're, am indeed saddened by ur loss. May God who has called u grant u rest. Faithful, loyal,honest upright mummy. I will surely miss u a lot. May ur soul rest in perfect peace.Amen.

Eyitayo ljose.
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 9, 2020
My sweet mummy, each succeeding day sends a clear message that u are no more with us. Yes sweet are the memories of the righteous,thus sweet is ur memory. I remember those things we have shared together in life, even ur motherly advice. We shall continue to remember how wonderful & great u 're. You'll surely be missed. Sleep on, till we meet to part no more.
Mrs. Omowumi Taiwo.
Posted by Funmi Oyadiran on November 9, 2020
Tribute:
Oh! What a great loss? Words are not enough to express the grate shock l had on hearing of ur glorious exit. The day u passed on, l cried like someone without hope, but l hope that we shall see again, because u slept in the Lord. So we shall laugh again. You were an epitome of greatness & strenght. A great source of encouragement for me. How l wish u stayed a bit longer. Each time am celebrating my birthday l will always remember u, because we are birthday mate, no wonder the love was so much. We were both same date same month. I am happy we met . Happy you attended all the marriage celebrations despite the pains. I really appreciate u. I will never let u down. U & my husband are like Tom & Jerry. Keep resting in the bossom of thy Lord till we meet to part no more. I really miss u mummy magodo as l used to call u.Adieu! Adieu!! Adieu!!!
Clement Wife
Mrs Mojisola ljose.

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Posted by Abiola Oduwole on November 27, 2020
I have been pushing my writing this tribute back daily, because doing so meant I had fully accepted that my Aunt ( Mummy Magodo) is gone to be with the Lord. She is now with her loving husband, my Dad her most loved Eldest brother and my Mum her sister.
I know I will miss her so much. She has been a big part of my life since I announced my arrival more than 6 decades ago. It had never crossed my mind that she would not be around. I already missed my calling her and her saying Abim o ku ijo meta or her calling me when I take too long to call or visit.
A prayer warrior ,a fantastic evangelist. For her, serving the Lord comes first, in all things. Prayer is like food to her. She was a strong woman yet so elegant. Always goes for the best in all things. Very determined, once she is convinced on a cause and she will execute it excellently.
My siblings ( Adetutu, Olumide, Akinwale,Olatokunbo,Segun and myself with our families will miss her so sorely. She actually tied all of us that is my cousins and us together because that was what her brother dedired. She was our fulcrum.
I know she is with the Lord and having a blast. She was a special daughter of God who touched many souls and won many souls for her God that she served diligently. Continue to enjoy yourself up there . You have fought the fight and have earned the golden crown in heaven.
Posted by Oluwadamilola Oyadiran on November 26, 2020
I was very sad and shocked when I heard that grandma was no more. I remember my grandma coming to stay with me and my parents all those years. We used to take walks together and we would talk about her relationship with God. Whenever she would call me, she always ended the conversation with a prayer about my wellbeing and success. She was very kind and caring and brought joy whenever she stepped into a room.

She was a devout Christian with a great heart. She was a great listener and always listened to what I had to say. She was very compassionate and was there for me when I needed help. She was a great person who will truly be missed. I will always remember you grandma. I love and miss you.
Posted by Ignatius Adegunle on November 26, 2020
A TRIBUTE TO MRS FLORENCE OLALONPE OLOKUN

We learnt with deep shock and utmost surprise the death of our dear sister, mother, and friend Mrs. Florence Olalonpe Olokun.

Mama was a very dedicated and committed Resident of Valley View Zone of Magodo Residents Association. She was a role model to all the younger residents as she would meet all her obligations without prompting and had willingly supported the projects of the zone and larger Association many times.

We will remember her for her actions which impacted much on the financial and social aspects of the development of the zone. She was very prayerful. Her useful advices assisted the zone in forging ahead over the years. She will be sorely missed. We were looking forward to celebrating her 80th birthday with her but she had a better plan of celebrating with the Angels and Saints in Heaven.

May God console the family and multitude of friends and associates she left behind to mourn her departure.

May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

Adieu Mama Olokun.

Ignatius Adegunle Felix Ogunmade
Chairman Secretary
Valley View Zone Community Valley View Zone Community
her Life

Biography of Lady Evangelist(Mrs.) Florence Olalonpe OLOKUN

Mrs Florence Olalonpe Olokun was born on 31st October 1940 into the family of Late High Chief Isaac( Konye) and Mrs. Olasitimi IJOSE of Ilutitun Osooro in Okitipupa local government area of Ondo State. She was the 5th out of 7 children of her mother.

She started her primary school education at St.John Anglican primary school Igbotako, but later finished at St.John/Mary Demonstration school, Owo.

After her primary school education she attended Hannah Hinderal Secondary Modern School Okeado, Ibadan( 1959-1961), and later U.M.C. Teacher Training College Ibadan( 1962-1964). She taught at various Schools in Ibadan and in Lagos after her teacher training education.

She got married to her heart throb late Reverend Frank Babafemi Olatunde Olokun in 1966. The marriage has been blessed with children. She went on to study Sociology at the University of Lagos where she graduated with second class upper division. After graduating, she worked with Lagos State Government for some years before switching to the Federal government of Nigeria.

She worked at various Federal Government of Nigeria Ministries and retired from the Ministry of Information as an Deputy Director of Culture and Information in 2000. She then went on to spend the latter part of her life in the service of God at Christ Apostolic Church (CAC) as a Lady Evangelist and active member of the church.

Lady Evangelist Olokun, a born again Christian, spent most of her adult life serving God as an Evangelist with the CAC Church in Lagos. She was in the Ministry for more than 30 years. Her passion was in Prison Ministry and Children’s Ministry which she did devotedly using her personal resources most of the time because she believed till her death that whatever God endowed with should be used for God's work, especially soul winning.

She was both a teacher of the word and an Evangelist, with a passion for children and women. Towards the end of her life, she developed an interest in writing Christian literature and went on to publish a Christian book: “Woman as created by God”, delving into the role of women in the church. 

There's no doubt that most of her church members will attest to the fact that  she was a virtuous and humble woman, a team player, a prolific giver of no mean repute, ready to part with her material and financial resources.

She was until her transition a Teacher, Counsellor, and a veritable Mentor who has positively touched many lives. She will be greatly missed.
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Shared by Mandy Olowu on November 17, 2020
Whilst death is a certainty, nothing prepares us to bid farewell. What can I say, words fail me today. Where do I begin to describe your beautiful soul.You were such a sweet and genuinely good person ma. You were a mother to meyou will never be forgotten. 

mandyolowu

Tribute

Shared by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
Mummy was a sweet mother. She lived a fulfilled life and served God all through her life. Mummy I will miss you greatly. RIP mummy

Okolo Temilade

Tribute

Shared by Ayokunle Olokun on November 17, 2020
Mummy was a very active member of our zone. An elder worthy of emulation. She will be sorely missed. RIP mama.

Ignatius Mosunmade
Chairman Valley View