This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olori Folashade Akinyoyenu, 42 years old, born on December 24, 1978, and passed away on January 3, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Tope Olapoju on February 20, 2021
Aburo mi, your exit is indeed a proof of our frailties as humans. Your life a proof of the mercy and favour of our Heavenly Father. We can only wish with time it becomes easier while we hold unto to God for Grace to continue. We prayed together, we shared jokes in passing, I saw you blossom, I recall your smiles and zest for life.
Rest in His presence where we will meet to part no more.
Posted by Dominic Nzegbule on February 20, 2021
May her beautiful soul rest in peace. Amen!
Posted by Toyin Sam-Aina on February 17, 2021
My darling sister Sade. Such a lively and friendly person you were. Never a dull moment with you. Every time we met either in church or other gatherings,we always had something to discuss from family to spiritual to business. Thank you for your service to God and most especially our children. You will be greatly missed but we take solace knowing that you are in a better place. Adieu my dear sister.
Posted by Folawe Banigbe on February 16, 2021
Folasadeeeeeee! Why do I start from? I will start from December 27 2020, when I saw your photos on Seyi’s timeline wishing you a happy birthday. First I felt bad again, for missing the date itself knowing you’re almost a Christmas baby!

Then I smiled seeing you, the kids (all grown) and Seyi. I saw you’d lost weight and I wondered personally if that was intentional. But with the load of work I had to do, I brushed the thought aside, left a comment and prayed for you in my heart- like I always did! Yes I pray for you every time you come to my mind: as I do for you and Seyi often- especially when I think of the times we spent together years ago before I travelled. Some of the time, I pray when i feel guilty we’ve haven’t been in touch as much as I’d have loved.

Most of the time, it’s out of pure genuine love I have for you,Seyi and the kids. How could I not? After the years we spent together and new moms, newly wed women trying to figure out our God given roles together. I’d come to your house, bring little imisi and his Lunch. You’d waddle to the door with your huge belly to open the door for me and we’d spend the day together.

I’d share how it is like to be a mom, you’d share your struggles with the bump but also fantasize how much you couldn’t wait to meet your son. And when it was time for Jaiye to arrive, I was right there with you! Going back and forth and advising you on what to look out for when it was TIME! Jaiye came and naturally , Seyi named me his Godmother.

A role I am yet to solely take on ( compounding the guilt I feel right now)! Years passed and your little daughter came, my namesake!!! We started to live life, miles apart and that took a toll! There are lots of regrets I feel right now mostly because I didn’t know that life had happened the way I didn’t think at all! Every time thoughts of you came along, I would long for the day we would catch up, spend loads of time together as though we’d never been apart. Little did I realize that while that day would STILL COME , no doubt, it won’t be in THIS LIFETIME.

Rather, it would happen on that day when we will meet to part no more! Folasade, while this seems like a piece where I am confessing my sins and sharing my regrets, it is one of gratitude for the time we shared together. The laughs, cries, and journeys to Iporin market together. I hope you read this somehow..I hope there’s a printer in heaven that you could print this on and read it everyday just as I intend to. Then let me ask that you write one to me too and save it. I promise I will get to read it someday! Goodnight Folasade
Posted by Lucy Oduorah on February 15, 2021
Shade, I can't still believe you re gone. I remember the first day we met.
You were all smiles, always happy. You are so young to die but I know u re in a better place. May you find peace in the Lord's bossom. Amen
Posted by Andrew Anakhu on February 15, 2021
A gentle soul with a sweet spirit. Beautiful smiles and a happy contented heart.
Her soul rests in peace and the hearts of those she left behind are comforted by God's Spirit.
Posted by Opeyemi Akinyoyenu-Oluban... on February 14, 2021
Hmmm! Our ever smiling Shade, always out to make everyone comfortable. A model wife and mother.. We miss you greatly but we are comforted by the fact that you are resting with the Lord. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus, adieu!
Posted by Oluwatosin Bejide-Adepoju on February 14, 2021
May your gentle soul rest in peace Shade Omo Oshomoji Olori Seyi-Akinyoyenu. Being brought up in the ways of the Lord together as children in BAHM Church, I saw a gentle, reserved yet friendly person in you. As adults, I experienced your kindness and gift of reaching out to others. It was a shock to hear of your passing on to glory however your testimony is that heaven gained a beautiful soul and for that I join all our friends to rejoice because we shall meet again in our Father’s kingdom. Adieu!
Posted by Tunde Aina on February 13, 2021
Beloved Sis Shade, you will forever be missed. A sweet heart, always smiling and friend of believers of Christ. I remember your admirable presence and contributions in early 2000 at GHC House Fellowship and Couples Fellowship in Lagos that we pastored.
Looking forward to rejoicing with you in the presence of our Saviour Jesus Christ. RIP.
Tunde & Bose Aina
Posted by Afolashade Akins on February 13, 2021
'Olori Akinyoyenu'
That how I loved to, and do, call you.

Writing this is a big challenge for me because you are my beloved sister and a friend.

You were one of the few I first noticed when we joined the Church, your love, energy and care knew no bound.

I could still hear your voice calling me "egbon mi, eyin laye yi" whenever you didn't hear from me for a while.

You love, forgive and care with passion.

It was really a rude shock for me when I heard that you've gone home. Yes, home Olori. Though filled with sadness but I know it is better at the other side.

We became closer when you wanted to have Jojo and I was opportuned to be at the hospital at the same time. We prayed together and gisted while we wait for Bishop to come.

You looked at me and said "Egbon me will you wait a while for Seyi to come" and I said why not. Though I left when he was close bye because of school runs,but that moment cemented our relationship more.

I didn't want to visit Bro Seyi and the children initially because of strong emotions that I tried to contain, but you know what, I did it, and my burden was lifted because your husband made it easier than I had imagined

You will forever be in our hearts.

Sleep on till we meet to part no more,
Olori Akinyoyenu.

Good night!

Oluwayemisi AKINBANJO
Posted by Joshua AKINBANJO on February 13, 2021
May Folashade Akinyoyenu's memories be blessed!

Her genuine passion for Children in Junior Church caught my attention and connected our relationships that built into the Families.

The turning point of our bond was knowing our shared passion for Melodies and Younger ones (Teens), in the Ministry.

Further bond was strengthened when she became interested in the story of how and why I call Children Melodies... That marked the change for use of Melodies.

'Egbon mi' became a common sound bite whenever we me. Her smile, the warmth with the Faith and Children, as well as her kind frankness leaves indelible marks for sweet memories.

God comfort your husband and the Melodies.

May your works and memories come alive in God's mercy and glory. Amen!

Sr. Folashade, good night!
Posted by jacquelyn Ekwueme on February 12, 2021
May her beautiful soul Rest In Peace.
Posted by Solabomi Odubiyi on February 12, 2021
Darling Shade, with the most contagious smiles that can melt and mend any broken heart. My relationship started with you when you came to work at IEI Plc, you demonstrated the full definition of omo abiire, omo'luwabi to the core. Can't forget your regular phrase of 'eyin laiye yin, sister Sola" which you normally say when am not aware of a particular issue. Along the line we found that we know so many people in common and our Anglican heritage which further made our bond closer.
You will always go the extra mile. I remember asking you to help buy three sneakers from South Africa for me and my girls, despite the weight and effect on your luggage limits, you bought them. Not many people can do that.
You fought the good fight, even in your lowest moments you carried on like nothing was wrong. You were not the pity party kind of person. You daily share the Rev. Sam Oye messages with me, later realized that you could even be in hospital at such moments and still cared to share. The news of your death was a rude shock to me, because just that same morning, i had sent the ecard for my father's burial to your phone as we both discussed, only to be told less than three hours after that you have gone to be with your maker.
O sad gan ni. I love you sister, Olori iyawo Bishop as i used to call you. Rest in peace my dearly beloved sister. You will forever be in my memory. Sleep on.
Posted by Ope Kolawole on February 12, 2021
Sister Shade,
It took me this long to write this cause I just still could not bring myself to say goodbye and put finality to your departure.
Knowing you and working with you was a blessing.

Thanks for being a sister to me, even in your own going through you were always checking on me and asking me about this and that
Your voice as you call me ‘Omoge’ ‘Sis mi’ ‘Sister Ope’ and the hugs and gentle voice of comfort you give. Your hearty laughter... Wow(Sighs)

I wish we could relive those lockdown months, when I looked forward to having all of you in the house, sometimes when I am climbing down the stairs I still remember you sitting there to take the online children service....

Junior Church is doing well, not the same without you but we are taking it 1 step at a time.
Remember the calendar we put together in October, I could not bring myself to change it, all I did was to just fine tune, as if you knew, you kept asking me to please be aware of all your plans.....
Ha! Sis mi, I MISS YOU....

Your love and devotion to the junior church and to people is worthy of emulation.
The children has a lot to say....
I can’t put them here but I sent them to Bro Seyi.
Today I choose to celebrate your life, knowing you are with your GOD and maker. Resting and Rejoicing with the angels. No more pain nor sorrow.

I continually ask that the HOLY SPIRIT will comfort Bro Seyi, Jaiye, Jola and Jomiloju. And all your siblings.

Till we meet to part no more
Your sister and friend, Ope Kolawole
Posted by Adekoya Omotola on February 12, 2021
Auntie Shade, your kindness and welcoming spirit was second to non, you spread joy however and whenever you could.....we miss you so much♥️

Rest on ma, till we meet to part no more
Posted by Dare Kolawole on February 12, 2021
It has taken me sometime to make a comment on this. Had to think hard on what to say because of who and what she means to me and our congregation. As a leader, it’s difficult to find people who are committed and loyal to the vision even when it seems hazy and uncertain. Grateful for the gift I have in Sister Shade and her husband in their unwavering commitment through the thick and thin. The gave their time, talent and treasure to the kingdom course without fail. Even in the midst of lock downs of last year, She led the team that kept the children church going and was always available to teach and impact without holding back. Our families became closer during that season and really will treasure the memory we share together during that time. I will miss her hugs and gentle mien and disposition. I am however comforted that she’s definitely in a better place with Jesus knowing to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. The memory or remembrance of the righteous is a blessed and hers is not different. I am sure you are watching at the banisters of heaven with other Heroes of faith like you as we run the race that is set before us. I know your impact will continue to count for eternity while we on this side of life pledge our allegiance to the high calling. We continue to pray for the comfort of the Holy Spirit for your husband (who I cherish greatly), children and the family you left. With much love from PD! 
Posted by Shola Akinyoyenu on February 11, 2021
I never imagined I would be writing a tribute in your honor. I didn’t know the value of the bond we shared until you were gone. Your departure was a shock to us. What a privilege to have known you. You will always remain in my heart my dear Shade.
Your selflessness is one of the attributes that I admire. You took care of everybody as your own. You never complained, even when you were tired. You kept going with a positive attitude and a smiling face. I’ve never seen you upset. Our last trip home was full of memories because you were part of it. The trip to Idanre hills was the highlight of our vacation. We had so much fun in learning the history behind our unique culture. We enjoyed the cold water on the hill and we were all chilling on top of the hill enjoying the cool breeze. Even though you departed from us, I know we shall meet again. Continue to Rest In Peace at the bossom of our Lord. Tomide and Shola Akinyoyenu (AKA Mama J as you used to call me) 
Posted by Bunmi Omotunde-olawale on February 11, 2021
It is still like a dream that you are gone. Your Smile, Your voice, I still see and hear. Your vibrancy, I still remember the last time we saw each other. Angeli Seyi sun re o!
Posted by Olufunto Osinibi on February 11, 2021
Folashade, the true definition of a first child(àkóbí), both a mother and a sister to her siblings.
Folashade, a sister, friend in every essence of the word.
Folashade, a woman imperfect, yet loves her Maker above All, and with all her being.
Thank you Folashade for being the sister you were and you are.
Posted by Titilope Idowu on February 11, 2021
To live in the hearts of those we love is never to die ... Shade lives on in the hearts of several people...
She will be sorely missed as she was deeply loved.
Posted by sanmi stephen on February 10, 2021
Though I don't know you that well, I admire your lively spirit, especially your smile! I was pained to know you were gone.
Sleep on dear sister. Keep resting on the Lords blossom till we meet again!
Posted by dapo olapoju on February 10, 2021
Too many words all mumbled up inside of me. I celebrate the life you lived Sade and can only say thank you God for all. The vacuum your absence has created can and will only be filled by God himself.
Olori as Seyi calls you, you were truly a Queen Mother. I look at the J's and Folawe and I can only pray that you will smile everytime you look down upon them.
Sleep on dear friend.
Posted by Gbemisola Delu on February 10, 2021
Folashade - My lovely beautiful inside and out Aburo. You were very caring and respectful to me even at the very first time we met each other. Your hospitality strength was amazing. It was very hearth breaking when l heard about the news of your transition to be with your creator. You fought the good fight of faith and now resting in the bosom of your creator. The good Lord that we serve will take care of your children and what you cannot do for your children he will do for them by his grace.  You are dearly missed.
Posted by Emmanuel Alejo on February 10, 2021
Dear Ma, i only knew you from a very far distance, but from that distance, i was able to learn the following about you;

1. You were a God-lover and served Him crazily

2. You were deliberate about Family. Love and oneness are evident in your home because that's your person.

3. Your kids adored you because you were such a great example to them.

4. The way your husband used to flaunt you upandan , it's because you just were one to be flaunted.

Thank you for the life you lived ma. We are confident you are resting. ❤
Posted by Olufunmilayo Banwo on February 10, 2021
Dear Sade, oremi. I thank God for the lovely memories we have way back in BAHM Church. From the children's Church, Ladies Fellowship and other activities.

I still sent you a message on your birthday last year. Little did I know that would be our last correspondence. It's still very shocking.

I know you are in a better place now. Rest on dear sister.

May the Lord comfort your family and grant them the fortitude to bear this great loss. Amen.

Goodnight Oremi.
Posted by Temitayo Ade-Peters on February 10, 2021
Always kind, always loving. That was who you were. You embodied love. We can only find comfort in the knowledge that you are resting in the bosom of the Father. May He comfort and keep all that you left behind.
Posted by Olubunmi Bosede on February 10, 2021
Hmmmm,it is well only know her through Facebook not meet with her before was so worried when I saw that shes late but God knows what we don't know dear sister continue to rest in thy Lord ever....
Posted by Jideofor Onwuemelu on February 10, 2021
Rest on
So when we have to leave you
at your resting place,
I will always remember
your smiling and good hearted personality.
Posted by Opeoluwa Fagbohun on February 10, 2021
Sincerely, I still can't believe you are gone. You are truly friend and more importantly a sister. Rest in peace dear sister
Posted by HYELDA JOSEPH on February 10, 2021
You are a rare specie I must confess, you have left a vacuum in many of us. I know you are resting with the lord because you lived a Godly life. Rest on till me meet to part no more
Posted by Adedeji Adebusoye on February 10, 2021
Sis Shade was a good-hearted woman. I fondly remember her for her unwavering committment to the children, including mine, in church. She was full of candor and energy. Always willing to have the tough conversations.

Sis Shade, you will be greatly missed but I know you are in the bossom of the Lord. Till we meet again.
Posted by Femi Taiwo on February 10, 2021
We never met physically but I met you through my brother, your husband and it is obvious you were a sweet fellow that he loved. Grateful to God for the life you lived. Death didn't win the battle. You won. God won. Because you are with God right now. We trust God to comfort everyone you left behind. Live on.
Posted by Daniel Ade-Peters on February 10, 2021
It’s still difficult to accept that a loving, warm-hearted, God lover, faith filled and enthusiastic lady has experienced a change of environment from this earthly to heavenly realm at such a time. Sure, we want you physically here with us but God’s will is superior. My wife and self had not been able to get over the thoughts of you. I can now imagine what my brother, your husband, must have been going through. It’s well always! May the lord keep and prosper all you have left here.
Posted by Adebola Arotiowa on February 10, 2021
Oloori, you did not die, you only transitioned to glory, right before our very eyes. You saw His glory, you saw the Lord that dwell in unapproachable light, you loved singing, you told us to join you in praising God as you sang your way to Glory that faithful morning.
Sade Akinyoyenu, a genuinely good woman with a see through heart of Gold. Your life was an open book your loved your husband, your loved children, your loved your mutual and individual friends, you loved your family and Seyi's family. I will miss you, I will miss seeing and gisting with you every saturday morning after Seyi and I's customary exercise.
You ran the race, you finished your cause, a crown of righteousness awaits you.
Sun re o my very own sister.
Posted by Seun Alese on February 9, 2021
Olori Sade, still a shock!!

Ever smiling, ever thoughtful.
We are comforted with these words, “to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord”.

Good night beloved.
Posted by Olufunto Adewusi on February 9, 2021
Olori, as we fondly called you could not be questioned because you are royalty indeed. The ambience around you was always calm, warm and welcoming. You were a leader respected because you loved and served genuinely, sincerely and totally. May we continue to be inspired by the way you lived but more importantly the way you transited to be with our Lord - as a child of God and in glory.
Posted by Adeola Adeoba on February 9, 2021
A life well lived is a precious gift,
of hope, strength and grace from someone who has made our world a brighter and better place

It's filled with moments, sweet and sad with smiles and sometimes tears,
With friendship formed and good times shared and laughter through the years..

A life well lived is a legacy,
of joy, pride and pleasure
A living and lasting memories
Our greatful heart will treasure.

Sleep on, beautiful life coach
Sleep on, a great hero of faith.
Posted by Crocheter Emeruwa on February 9, 2021
Got a whatsapp message on the first Monday of this year while at work. "Olori died on Sunday", said the message.

it is not possible
Many thoughts passed through my mind
I was thrown off balance

Sis Shade, I smile as I remember how your home was always filled with visitors. Your home exuded love, peace and laughter

As I type this, I remember your words, your laughter, your dedication to your family, friends and church

Olori, (as Bishop always called you), you loved
You truly loved and you were loved in return

A personification of the Proverbs 31 woman, that was you

We don't have all the answers, but we are comforted that you are resting in your beloved Saviour's arms

Rest on Sis
The ones you left behind are kept under the shadow of The Most High
Sun re o

Posted by Sunday Ayandele on February 9, 2021
You are loved by everyone and we all missed you.
Posted by Oluseyi Akinyoyenu on February 9, 2021
I doubt if words could explain my feelings towards you, but all I can say is I miss you but I would rather have you in heaven with God singing praises than in a world of suffering. Rest in peace mum
Posted by IBIKUNLE WILLIAMS on February 9, 2021
Whereas the earth affords the possibilities and opportunities for success and the realities of challenges, heaven on the other hand, is a place of celebration of victories and abundant adulation of grace, faith, righteousness and peace.

Your departure was painful and hurting but we find succour in the reality that there is gain in heaven even as the earth relies on the Holy Spirit to assuage the its loss.....

Rest on peaceful soul until we meet to part no more.....
Posted by Ogunsola Olajumoke on February 9, 2021
Continue to rest on ma! Though you left too soon but the legacy left behind can never be forgotten. You will be forever missed. Rest on till we meet to part no more. Adieu!!!
Posted by Oluwatobi Alawode on February 9, 2021
My only contact with her was at a function in Ogun state in 2019. The joy and happiness with with she related with people obviously shows that she was a loving person. I follow the husband Mr. Sheyi closely on social media and you could tell that he must have been married to a woman that gives him peace.

I thought and thought for days when I heard of her demise, but I accept the comfort of the Holy spirit that she is resting in the blossom of the Lord.

May the Lord be with the beautiful family she has left behind.

Keep resting in the blossom of the Lord Aunty Folashade.
Posted by Dare Adeyemi on February 9, 2021
Tribute to Olori Folashade Akinyoyenu

Partings come and hearts are broken. Loved ones go with words unspoken. 

I am deeply saddened by the loss of a dear sister, friend and wife of my close friend.
I have known Olori for over 10yrs and every encounter with her is always memorable. She lightens up the atmosphere the moment she steps into the room. She smiles and jokes with everyone even if she was meeting you for the first time. She loves everyone like they are family.

Folashade’s death came as a surprise to me and I was broken all through the day when I got the news.

I know how hard it is to loose a loved one. I pray that God Almighty will uphold and strengthen Seyi and the children she left behind. We love you but God loves you more Olori Folashade.

Oludare Adeyemi & Family
Posted by mopelola marquis on February 9, 2021
Oh death,where is your sting?

Your death still feels so unreal.
I remember the very first day I met you and Mr seyi in ipaja,you both had a cup of coffee ,you finished yours first and wanted his coffee.
He had to give you.
Everything about you both oozed love,friendship, partnership and God.
You were truly a queen.
You were present in all,as a mother,wife,friend and counsellor to your hubby and children.
Words truly fail me but with mr semi's testimony of you,I know you are resting.

Sun re ooo...
Posted by Olajide David on February 9, 2021
You are such an Amazing Sister, you will forever live in our memories, my wife still talks about you every other days. Rest on sis, till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Nike Ogunjobi on February 9, 2021
Your news of departure was a shock to me as I believe you were already recovering. The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. You were lovely, caring, generous, a woman with a golden heart not considering her own comfort alone. Our comfort is that you saw the Light as Dr Campbell said and I quote, I am not looking for death, I am looking for Him. That's the way every Christian should live his life in constant anticipation of His return. Sleep on beloved sister, your memories are unforgettable. Life should be measured with deeds not years!
Posted by Olatunji Alonge on February 9, 2021
I called Bishop on the 1st of January to say happy new year, he could not pick immediately, when he picked after my several attempts, he said, 'I am in the middle of something, I will call you back.'

It was actually the middle of fighting for the precious life of Olori... My heart wanted to just hear him, I couldn't think it was because of her wife who was soon going to leave us in about two days from that day.

I quickly didn't know about the demise till a friend called my attention to it and reaching forth to Bishop, I know God is with him.

Olori Akinyoyenu, we miss you. I never met you but from what I interfaced with in the person of Bishop, you are truly that kind of woman that makes greatness natural.

The truth be told, nothing can take you away from us, you have only gone ahead, we meet at the bosom of God and there we shall be joyful forevermore.

Posted by Marvy Igu on February 9, 2021
Hmmm, Ma Folashade Akinyoyenu, if I had known you, I sure would have loved you, your husband always had you on his lips during our lectures, you were a woman to reckon with, your pictures make me feel closer to you... Your light shines even in this dark world, we sure do love you....
Live on ma , till we meet to part no more.
To the mentor I never saw.
Posted by kaima george-chuka on February 9, 2021
Dear Olori Shade,

The vacuum you left behind can never be filled
You left an indelible mark upon us all

Thank you for the warm hospitality
Thank you for the support
Thank you for the smiles
Thank you for giving unreservedly
Thank you for being resilient till the end

Your exit though painful, has a peaceful reassurance that you have gone to the Father

You saw the Light
You lived the Light
You have gone to dwell in the Light

We pray grace, strength and peace upon Seyi and the children as they navigate this painful experience without you

It is well
It is well
It is well

Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord

Rest well Olori

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Posted by Tope Olapoju on February 20, 2021
Aburo mi, your exit is indeed a proof of our frailties as humans. Your life a proof of the mercy and favour of our Heavenly Father. We can only wish with time it becomes easier while we hold unto to God for Grace to continue. We prayed together, we shared jokes in passing, I saw you blossom, I recall your smiles and zest for life.
Rest in His presence where we will meet to part no more.
Posted by Dominic Nzegbule on February 20, 2021
May her beautiful soul rest in peace. Amen!
Posted by Toyin Sam-Aina on February 17, 2021
My darling sister Sade. Such a lively and friendly person you were. Never a dull moment with you. Every time we met either in church or other gatherings,we always had something to discuss from family to spiritual to business. Thank you for your service to God and most especially our children. You will be greatly missed but we take solace knowing that you are in a better place. Adieu my dear sister.
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Folashade's Story in minutes

Folashade Iretioluwa Arike Akinyoyenu was born into the family of Late Elder Kolawole Olusola Oshomoji and Late Mrs. Felicia Mosunmola Oshomoji at Somolu Local Government, Lagos State on the 24th December 1978. She hailed from Arigbajo in Ewekoro Local Government in Ogun State.
She attended Toria Nursery School, Yaba for her Nursery education, then Akinsemoyin Primary school, Surulere. Folashade attended Egbado College, Ilaro, thereafter she went to New Era Girls Secondary School, Sururlere, where she obtained a Secondary School Leaving Ceritiface in 1995. She attended Mattoon Computer, Lagos 1996 where she obtained a Diploma in Data Processing. 
She studied Insurance at Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo for both her OND 1996 - 1999 and HND 2001 - 2004
She started her working career with Golden Insurance Limited in 1997, then moved to Royal Trust Assurance Limited, 1998 - 2007. She proceeded to Crusader General Insurance Plc. 2007 to 2008, then International Energy Insurance Plc from 2008 - 2016.
Folashade Iretioluwa was an Anglican Communion faithful where she was baptized, confirmed, and got married to the love of her life Mr. Folorunsho Oluseyi Akinyoyenu on December 15th, 2005. The union is blessed with three children – ‘Jaiyeola, ‘Jolaoluwa, and ‘Jomiloju. 
She loved to sing and was a member of BAHM Army @ BAHM Church.
She was a very active worker at Global Harvest Church and she was the Head of Ministry of the Children’s Church. Folashade loved children with passion.
She was a loving wife, sister, and a very big heart. She could accommodate anybody but would never tolerate nonsense as she would always instruct and correct you maturely and with love.
She always saw the good in everyone.
Recent stories

When i first Met her.

Shared by michael akinjishe on February 8, 2021
We started primary  school together and we also sat on the same chair that was my  1st experience with her and after closing  her dad will come pick us both in school.
I remember everything just like yesterday.
She is a loving person i know you will miss her so much. May her soul rest in peace. Amen

Rest on

Shared by Tade Wahab on February 8, 2021
We all loves you so much more as if you should be with us forever, but Almighty God loves you most. From him we come and unto him we shall return. Rest on Folashade in the bossom peace of Almighty God. You will always be remembered.