This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ifeolu “Jnr” Adeniyan. We will remember him forever.
March 5, 2019
March 5, 2019
Olu had I known your birthday party would be the last time I'd see you, I would have stayed longer; danced longer with you when you pulled me on the dance floor; laughed louder. This is too much pain your passing. Rest in perfect peace. We love you and will forever miss you.
March 5, 2019
March 5, 2019
Baba! So it actually happened??????This is way too much to comprehend!!!
I am lost in my thoughts!!!!! Rest on brotherly.
March 5, 2019
March 5, 2019
Olu can't comprehend you are gone rest well Bro I will miss you.
You were at my 50th in September and I at yours in November.
We started the parenthood journey together friends over 30 years.
I am lost for words God knows best may your Mum Wife kids have the strength to bear this loss.
Gone never forgotten
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March 29, 2019
March 29, 2019
So so sorry you're not with us anymore, cant belive I won't see you again, always had a smile and made time for a chat. I'll miss you mate, have a Guinness up there for me yeah?
March 24, 2019
March 24, 2019
May your beautiful soul Rest at the bosom of the almighty God Olu. May the Lord comfort Tokumboh, sister Bola and your aged mother. It is well!
March 16, 2019
March 16, 2019
The news of Junior’s death has been a hard pill to swallow.
Junior’s Infectious smile would light up any room, he was always the life & soul of any party.
When my husbands 50th was approaching last year Olu kept asking ‘What are we doing’, he would say ‘We have to celebrate it’ ‘call me and let’s discuss’ - Yinka I think you will remember this, you said ‘don’t mind Olu’.
On another occasion we all attended a party close to our home in Romford, the party finished too early for Junior (stubborn rocker), so he invited a few friends to our house for the ‘after party’, a spur of the moment decision but demonstrating Olu’s love for people and enjoying life to the max. It is evident that Junior loved bringing people together.
I’ve known Junior almost as long as I have known my husband (Ayo Fisayo). Junior was very much around in our early courting days, some 30 years ago. I have always known Junior to be one of the ‘way back’ ‘C&S’ original crew, along with a few others on this forum whom my husband always enjoys being around.
Romans 14:8 For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s.
Matthew 5:4 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted… “ (Jesus’ words)
Take solace in the fact that:
Heaven’s Now Junior’s Home
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Sleep well my brother

March 9, 2019


A chap in whom i was very pleased, right from when we were young, growing up in the 70's.

He had this infectious & friendly smiles.

One thing I did appreciate was that respect & regard he showed towards me, his demeanour suggested an aburo deferring to an egbon. I reciprocated with mutual respect & genuine love as a freind and an aburo I liked very much.

Olu, became a MAN by marrying, fathering and nuturing children much earlier than his contemporaries, including me that is 3.5 years his senior. 

I ran into him after many years in the company of Kunle Odumosu in 2015 or 2016 at the Lafric Resataurant, Victoria Island, Lagos, when he came to make arrangements for his dad's burial.

We spoke on a number of times over the phone, when he shared concerns over slight disaggrements with his half siblings over plans for his late dad's burial. 

I was glad to offer 1 or 2 advice, on the power of persuasion by listening & accommodating other people's views, whilst you get things done, how you want it, rancour free.

Most importantly, humility (conside sometimes without thinking that you have lost out)

I think that he was appreciative because he thanked me.

Olu, was my brother's (Kola Oni) greatest buddy....perhaps because they share a common streak of STRONG HEAD. Lol!!

He would be remembered for his LEGACY (his children) and his good deeds.

I pray that his lovely immediate & extended family have the strength to bear this painful exit of a youngman.

Sun re o.


March 6, 2019

Please accept my condolence of your great lost, words cannot describe the pain you are going through has a family. Olu, was a great friend that brought great joy, laughter and wisdom, always spoke highly of is family, the children doing well at school, University and Work.

We were only together 5 week ago in Lagos Nigeria and met up again briefly at Heathrow Airport just 10 days ago.

Olu, was the best of us and a great friend

Tunde Bawallah

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