Her Life


Snr. Mother-in Israel OLUWAKEMI FLORENCE AJAYI (Nee Afolabi) was born on the 25th of January 1968 to the family of Afolabi. She began her education in the early 70s at St. Paul’s Anglican primary school Breadfruit, Lagos. She then proceeded to Aunty Ayo international school, Lagos where she completed her secondary school education in 1978.
She obtained  her Ordinary National Diploma (OND) from Yaba College of Technology, Yaba, Lagos in 1984.  In 1987 she worked at a printing press company in Lagos for a year before proceeding for her Higher National Diploma (HND) programme.
She was happily married  and blessed with a daughter and grand children. She was a successful entrepreneur.


 Jesus replied : "Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind." Matthew 22:37  if this verse was a person it was definitely "Mummy Kemi " as she was fondly called, she loved the Lord not only with her heart, soul and mind but with all her MIGHT! 

The EGBE OMO JESU started with her and peers as a child, and ever since she had taken it upon herself to uphold the band by making sure the annual anniversary  up until her death was celebrated in grand style with her doing most of the financial and material duties. 
she was a mother and a teacher to every child with her unwavering support and encouragements in every aspects.


Florence Oluwakemi Ajayi was among the first set of Youth from The Eternal Sacred Order,  hence a foundation member of the Youth Fellowship, C&S Unification Church  of Nigeria, Lagos state chapter.
She has since the inception of youth camp been serving in the welfare committee where she donated generously towards the successful hosting of the Youth Camp now known as convention.
She usually brings cooking utensils and other material to cut down the expenses of the fellowship during the hosting of the annual convention. she also bring along caterers to assist in cooking and pay for their services.
She was also one of the pioneer of the Eternal Youth fellowship at the St. Moses Orimolade cathedral where she worshipped and served as the Assistant Secretary , she was one of the backbones of the fellowship until her death.