ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ibukun Akinduro, 73 years old, born on October 12, 1942, and passed away on March 27, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on October 12, 2021
Ibukun daddy .
Happy Posthumous birthday.
Uncle Jiji joined you on the 8th of October.
So painful but what the Lord does is perfect.
We miss you.
We love you.
We bless the Lord for the part you played in our lives.
Your wife.
Bambo
Posted by Kasumu Salawu on October 12, 2021
Aik baba, I trust you're sleeping well. Your loving and devoted wife will never let us forget you and we shall not until we join you too. Pele o!
Posted by Princess K-Elekwa on October 12, 2021
Dad, I am sending a dove to heaven with a parcel on its wings. Be careful when you open it because it's full of beautiful things. Inside are a million kisses wrapped in a million hugs to say how much I miss you. You are close to my heart and there you will forever remain till we meet again...
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on March 23, 2021
Another March 27th coming up. It would be five years without you in our lives. We miss all the jokes laughter counsel. We miss the physical touch. But the memories are forever there. Good memories of a good father and husband.
Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Princess K-Elekwa on October 31, 2020
Dad, I know you are up in heaven and I love you and miss you very much and still think about you to this day. Your absence changed so many things but somehow I still find the strength to pull through. So many to things I would love to share with you but God knows best. Your legacy still lives on sir. Till we meet again to part no more.
Posted by Kasumu Salawu on October 30, 2020
A-i-k baba! You're very much on our minds and we monitor the well-beings of your close survivors. Your lovely wife, Madam Olabambo Akinduro, sends us well-curated passages from the Holy Bible to remind us of your sanctified ways while you were among us. Sleep well!
Posted by Feyi Amosu on March 27, 2020
Egbon rere, gone but not forgotten. We missed you all the time, and the void left behind can never be filled but we are moving on knowing you are resting comfortably in the bosom of God. May your wonderful soul continue to rest in perfect peace. 
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on March 27, 2020
My darling husband and friend of 35years.
I now remember we met at Easter period of 1981.
You returned home on Easter Sunday of 2016.
Incredible.
You were a great man.
A happy contented family man.
I loved you. I am missing you.
Posted by Feyi Amosu on April 12, 2019
My dearest egbon, we miss you every day, though you are gone, but your memories and legacy lives on. May your caring and beautiful soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Sunre o omo adaba ✝️
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on April 12, 2019
Today 12th April makes it 3 years in the grave. I am in Ondo.
It is all coming back. We all miss you. We remember with smiles and joy in our ❤️. Your legacies live on. Continue to Rest In Peace till we meet at resurrection morning.
Posted by Ebun Adeyemi on March 28, 2018
Blessed are the memories of the righteous. See a man diligent in his ways, he will not stand before mean men, he will stand before kings. You were a good family man that cared for his family. Your sweet memory will live forever in their hearts! Rest on in perfect peace!
Posted by Dotun Akinduro on March 27, 2018
I miss you today as much as I did from the moment I got the phone call that you had passed. It still seems surreal and sometimes the pain of your loss reverberates like a tidal wave. You were like superman in my eyes, a man of greatness who could conquer all odds , and even though It may seem like death won, in-Christ we know that the dead are eternally alive and are Risen with Him. So it was only appropriate that you transitioned on Resurrection Sunday, a reminder that we shall see you again, in a world with no suffering, no pain, no heart trouble, no wahala. Love you daddy. Your first born son , Dotun
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on March 27, 2018
My darling husband
Two years gone by. God has been indeed good to us. We miss you. I know you are resting in peace. There are no words to describe how much I miss you..
Posted by Dotun Akinduro on March 27, 2017
It's been one year since I got that phone call that changed my life forever. My dad was gone to glory. The pain of your loss lingers on, but it is super imposed with sweet memories of the great memories we shared and all the life lessons you taught us, your family. Love you and miss you always.
Posted by Dotun Akinduro on March 20, 2017
I can't believe it has almost been a year since your departure to be with our Lord. You are missed everyday. Some days it hurts like hell, and yet there is a constant joy for the life you lived so valiantly. You are at rest. Rest well daddy.
Posted by Zaccheus Oluwole on March 15, 2017
It is hard to say goodbye to a Boss who was less of a co-worker and more of a Father. I was sad when the joyride of working with you came to an end, I became sad when I heard about your death. A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. You were nice to me and my entire family. Hearing about your death deeply saddened me, but I know that this is far from what you are going through right now. You are rejoicing in the bosom of the Lord.
I am honored and blessed to have known you. You were truly a blessing in my life throughout the time I worked with you.
I pray God to grant your family members, especially your beloved wife the fortitude to carry on.
Farewell Sir.
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on October 12, 2016
My darling.
I missed the fun we would have had today that is your birthday.
I thank God for your life and for your death. You died in Christ Jesus and that is to LIVE forever. Rest on till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Abimbola Fawehinmi on May 8, 2016
Bra Ibukun Akinduro, iradimoge, Gbegede, omo adungbeloogun.
Wo kae noni o. I wish I could hold you back, you were too good, bros.
You have left a pair shoes, too big to fill, especially, in the idimoge clan. We love and missed you too much. May your soul rest very well. May the almighty console darling Bambo, children, your siblings and us.
Posted by Oyinda Oluniyi on May 8, 2016
Dadi you were such a great help and source of inspiration to me. I miss you but I know you are in a better place. Continue to rest in the perfect peace of God.
Posted by Shola Akinwekomi on May 8, 2016
Uncle, You lived, you impacted and influenced! Yours are footsteps left on the sands of time, It is very difficult to believe you are gone but your memory is very much with us and we carry you in our our hearts always. May God be with the wife and children you left behind. Rest well sir.
Posted by Oyejoke Coker on May 8, 2016
Dear Uncle, You've finished the race, you've kept the faith.Rest on in perfect peace. May perpetual light shine upon you.
We ask the Holy Spirit to comfort Aunty Bambo and the children.
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on May 8, 2016
You loved and served the Lord through the works of His hands. The love that friends and family have shown has been overwhelming.
I know , alive , you had no worries, casting all your burden on Christ. And I also know that now you are resting peacefully.
Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on April 29, 2016
Ibukun you believed so much in the old rugged cross. I know you have exchanged the old rugged cross for a crown. Rest on beloved.
I love you and missed you so much

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Posted by Akinduro Olabambo on October 12, 2021
Ibukun daddy .
Happy Posthumous birthday.
Uncle Jiji joined you on the 8th of October.
So painful but what the Lord does is perfect.
We miss you.
We love you.
We bless the Lord for the part you played in our lives.
Your wife.
Bambo
Posted by Kasumu Salawu on October 12, 2021
Aik baba, I trust you're sleeping well. Your loving and devoted wife will never let us forget you and we shall not until we join you too. Pele o!
Posted by Princess K-Elekwa on October 12, 2021
Dad, I am sending a dove to heaven with a parcel on its wings. Be careful when you open it because it's full of beautiful things. Inside are a million kisses wrapped in a million hugs to say how much I miss you. You are close to my heart and there you will forever remain till we meet again...
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Begin With The End In Mind.

You gave a lecture on this topic.
Now i am faced with that Phrase. 
I did not envisage an end with you. It happened. 
I am now thinking about TOE and this phrase keep staring me in the face.it is important to always have the end in mind.
May God give us wisdom.
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