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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Florence Badejo. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Oludare Badejo on February 26, 2021
My icon, my prayer warrior Mummy, words  alone can not express how much I have missed you. Rest in peace Mummy

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Posted by Oludare Badejo on February 26, 2021
My icon, my prayer warrior Mummy, words  alone can not express how much I have missed you. Rest in peace Mummy
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Early Life, Work Life & Spiritual Life

Florence Abosede Badejo was born April 14, 1946 to the family of Pa Benjamin Adeyemi Osisanwo and Madam Comfort Oluyemi Osisanwo, both of blessed memory, at Isire-Ijebu, Ogun State.
She started her primary education at St. Peters' Primary School Isire, between 1952 – 1954 and concluded the primary education at Oke – Ife Primary School in 1958. She had her secondary education at Anglican Secondary Modern School Eruwon, from 1959 – 1961. Thereafter, she proceeded to Lagos to work for Defacto Bakery.
She got married to her heart throb Prince John Adegbemi Badejo in 1966 and thereafter they travelled together on foreign assignment to Senegal. They returned to Nigeria a few years later.
Her zeal for hard work and fashion made her go for Fashion designing on arrival, a profession she practiced for decades before retiring. 
She was a member of the Somolu Tailoring Association and was Women leader in the group. She served as Treasurer in her active years.
She had been a member of St Paul’s Anglican Church Somolu since 1964. She was an active member of the Women’s Guild and Mothers Union. She was Treasurer of the Mothers Union for many years. She was also the Treasurer of the Archdeaconry Christian Mothers till she went to be with the Lord.
Chief (Mrs.) F. A Badejo was a member of Egbe Itesiwaju of St Paul’s Anglican Church Somolu, since its inauguration in July 1974.  She served in various capacities over the years and was the Vice President till her Transition 
She was given the" 2008 FAMILY OF HONOUR " Award by the LAGOS WEST DIOCESAN CHRISTIAN MOTHERS. 
On the 22nd March, 2020, she was Presented with the"AWARD OF EXCELLENCE" for outstanding service and commitment to the work of God, by the MOTHERS UNION & WOMEN’S GUILD of St. Paul's Anglican Church, Somolu. 
She was an active member of her home church, Our Saviour's Anglican Church, Ikija, Ijebu, where she was the “IYA EGBE AYA BISHOP”, a post she held till she went to be with the Lord. 
She is survived by her Husband, Children, grandchildren, Brother, Sister, Nephews, Nieces and Cousins. 
She left a legacy of Love for God, commitment to her husband, love for the immediate and extended family, as well as diligence in all things. 
She will be greatly missed by her family as well as the Church of God where she served God with all her heart. 
Our comfort is in the fact that she's resting in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. 
Rest on, Mummy dear, until we meet at the feet of the Saviour. Shalom. 

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