ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, FRANCISCA DADA, born on January 29, 1956, and passed away on February 26, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Donnish Academy on April 14, 2021
Fine mummy,

Its really difficult to accept the news, but then who are we?

You loved us so much.

I knew you through my friend, and you treated me with so much love as if I were her. You addressed us with so much love and respect. You cared for our children without preferential treatment.

You are definitely missed.

I pray God gives us the grace to be able to fill the vacuum you have left behind.

Rest on fine mummy.
Posted by Tracy Olu-Awoniyi on April 8, 2021
Fine Mummy I can’t believe you are gone. You were so kind, caring and inspiring. I can never forget all the support you gave my lovely friend Funmi Adeloye while we were in medical school. You were a rare gem. You would be missed. May your legacy of good Christian values live on
Posted by Tope Olatunde on April 5, 2021
Grandma was a very kind person to my whole family. I loved her cooking grandma always loved people just as herself she had perseverance and she believed in herself grandma never gave up.When I went on the bus to go home I always see her waiting for me I feel so much happier than I was on the bus I could not wait for my grandma to cook some food for me!!! She told me to always do some maths studies but I was a bit annoyed that I had to do it....... grandma I love you and for helping me do the good things so I can become better at my times table.

I love you and miss you grandma.

Your grandson
Posted by Tope Olatunde on April 5, 2021
To a loving mother and grandmother .
Your kind jovial and affectionate nature will forever live on in our memories. 

Thank you for all the happiness and smiles you brought to our lives , for your many words of kind encouragement always .....thank you. 

You thought me to view life with a new found simplicity, worry less ,trust God and every thing will be just fine....

Thank you for your awesome cooking .....the smell of your cooking could be smelt many blocks away .....

We will miss you .

Your smile and memories live in us your children and grandchildren.

Your son

Olatope Olatunde

Posted by Tobi O on April 5, 2021
Grandma was a kindhearted soul who put others before herself, she was always comforting and you felt safe and assured to be around her. With joy that radiates on others, she was fun to be around. Grandma was a meek soul, always calm and collected. You will always be remembered, love you Grandma.
Posted by Adeloye Olufunke on April 5, 2021
You wl forever live in our heart fine mama.the little tym l spent wt her was just like million years.her words of encouragement is incomparable.no dull moment wt her,vry fun to b wt.continue 2 rest on our beloved fine mama
Posted by Miracle Antonio on April 4, 2021
Still feels like you are here sometimes, haven’t yet fully assimilated your departure from this earth but I know you are in a place of peace... I love you Ma,I wish I said this more often. You always wanted the best for us. You wanted to push me beyond “my limits” your intentions were pure and the love was felt. You are sweet in a unique way, kind, loving, friendly... fine mummy, you have impacted in my life in ways even I, am yet to know. I miss you.
Posted by Florence Ademokoya on April 4, 2021
Posted by Florence Ademokoya on 4, April 2021                         Fine Mummy ( My Christian Sister.)  You were a Christian Sister & a professional friend of over 20 years. I see U as a very Humble, Loving & kind to all people of all age groups. Little did I know U will depart so soon, as U organized my Last Surprise Birthday Party with my chidren & other friends in February 2021 Perfectly well. It is hard for me, but GOD almighty knows better. I know we shall meet again on Resurrection day to part no more.     Continue to R.I.P.
Posted by TAIYE ABAYOMI on April 3, 2021
MRS Francisca Dada popularly called fine mummy, was a mother to all. How I wished you could stay longer, at least to allow me spoil you and for you to carry my children however who am I to question The creator. Who am I to challenge God who permit the Gruesome gripper (Death) to take you. I am pained as I write this cos you are a positive impact to all. How I wished you can see me achieve my peak or even close to my peak. I had a good plan but God had a better Plan for you.
I will miss you ma. No one to advise me when all is looking down. Till we meet again at God’s right hand then I will explain to you how I lived the rest of my life . Rest on Fine mummy. Rest on our philanthropist and mentor.
Posted by Adeloye Funmilayo on April 3, 2021
Fine Mama, Fine Mummy--as you were fondly called!

You were indeed a rare breed of inestimable value. You had a place in your heart for everyone, with all their challenges, always profering solutions: materials, Spiritual and financial needs.

Your good will at times are been miss judged and used against you, still all these doesn't stop you from doing the good you know how to do!
She loves and care genuinely,gives her Frank talk without blinking the eyes.

She told me some weeks before her demise, she would rather die, than see anything bad happen to me again!!
She loves professionalism and intelligent gist. You have made your positive impact on all and sundry within the sphere of your world.

Your grandchildren will forever remember your British breakfast and pampering.

Keeping up the Faith as you would have wanted.
Sleep on my dearest
Posted by Abiodun Awoyale on April 3, 2021
Fine Mummy
You have a beautiful soul.
You've been our support all thru and thru.
Your love, care and admonition for my family cannot be overemphasized.
We will miss your candour, your push for excellence, your gifts and gists, your unending questions and laughs.
Rest on my ever friendly children's Grandma.
Till we meet on the other side.
Rest On Ma.
Fine Mama of Life!
We love you ❣️
Posted by Kehinde Adedeji Abayomi on April 2, 2021
Fine mummy, i love you so much and misses you... You are always checking on me to be certain i am not making mistakes.

Fine mummy, i miss you.
Posted by Dammy Damsol on April 2, 2021
Fine mummy as we do call u I don't spend much tym with u but d little i was opportune 2 spend with u, u are such an amazing mum always willing 2 help I really missed ur 1st month message I missed ur life changing messages u do sent 2 me I kept d 1ce I have u will always be remembered sweet mummy
Posted by Kehinde Ideho on April 2, 2021
Fine Mummy....... Hmmmm.... It's true the saying that the good ones don't last..... You were one of a kind, always willing to go the extra mile for others... carrying people's pains and burdens, it's no wonder you worked as a nurse because that was God's purpose for your destiny. You touched my life in a great way within the short time I lived with you...... I wish I had the opportunity to tell you how much. You are greatly missed and I pray that your kind soul continues to rest on till we meet again at the feet of Jesus.

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Posted by Donnish Academy on April 14, 2021
Fine mummy,

Its really difficult to accept the news, but then who are we?

You loved us so much.

I knew you through my friend, and you treated me with so much love as if I were her. You addressed us with so much love and respect. You cared for our children without preferential treatment.

You are definitely missed.

I pray God gives us the grace to be able to fill the vacuum you have left behind.

Rest on fine mummy.
Posted by Tracy Olu-Awoniyi on April 8, 2021
Fine Mummy I can’t believe you are gone. You were so kind, caring and inspiring. I can never forget all the support you gave my lovely friend Funmi Adeloye while we were in medical school. You were a rare gem. You would be missed. May your legacy of good Christian values live on
Posted by Tope Olatunde on April 5, 2021
Grandma was a very kind person to my whole family. I loved her cooking grandma always loved people just as herself she had perseverance and she believed in herself grandma never gave up.When I went on the bus to go home I always see her waiting for me I feel so much happier than I was on the bus I could not wait for my grandma to cook some food for me!!! She told me to always do some maths studies but I was a bit annoyed that I had to do it....... grandma I love you and for helping me do the good things so I can become better at my times table.

I love you and miss you grandma.

Your grandson
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Shared by Funmi Olatunde on April 5, 2021
Francisca Olatunde Dada (nee Antonio) was born to Pa John Oladipupo and Juliana Olushola Antonio.
She was the 4th child after 8 years of waiting,She spent her teenage years in Oyo, attending St Benedict for her secondary school.
She studied nursing at the schooling nursing  in Kano and later went on to complete her midwifery in Oshogbo.
She got married on 12th April 1982 at Kano,she relocated to Lagos in order to be with her spouse in 1983.She worked with Isolo General Hospital till 1995, then transferred to Ikeja General Hospital  (now LASUTH).
She worked with LASUTH till she retired in January 2014, after her retirement she has spent her time serving in her local church and looking after her grand children.
She is popularly known in her community as Fine mama and would be fondly missed by many