This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jane Ohiwerei, 75 years old, born on September 1, 1943, and passed away on March 21, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Oluseun Olomodosi on September 2, 2022
Unforgettable mother in Israel....Eternal rest grant her O Lord!
Posted by Dr Solomon Odafe on September 1, 2022
Miss you so much momsie, your love, your care and devotion to those you love. My baby, your grandaughter, Zara Grace turned 21 this year. Can you believe that? U enjoyed watching her grow.

I miss being able to just call you just because and hear your kind voice. I still hear your voice. I visited daddy while in Nigeria last year. He misses you. I miss you TERRIBLY!!!
Posted by Oluseun Olomodosi on March 21, 2022
I'll forever missed Mama. Just few weeks back, towards and during the last March Holy Ghost Service, I greatly missed her riding with me to and from camp and singing hymns together throughout the journey. May her gentle soul continue to rest in peace 
Posted by Carol Efueye on March 21, 2022
Many happy memories. Rest in peace aunty.
Posted by OSHIOKE PROSPER on January 23, 2021
a woman of extimable value we miss you ma
Posted by Carol Efueye on September 2, 2020
Fond memories of a lovely woman.
Posted by DIvine Favor on March 23, 2020
We thank God for your life. We're yet to come to terms with your sudden departure. We pray God's special grace and strength for Elder Felix who has never been the same since your departure.
Rest on in the bossom of our Lord till we meet on the resurrection morning.
Dele and Bukky Olowu
AGO - Europe Mainland
Posted by Carol Efueye on March 22, 2020
Rest in perfect peace Mummy.
Posted by AMAIZE OJEIKERE on March 21, 2020
To a woman who sang her way to heaven.
Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Olushola Oni on March 21, 2020
Mummy continue to rest in his love.
I pray that God Almighty in his mercies, strengthens all those you left behind. In jesus name. Amen
Posted by Titilayo Osinaike on March 21, 2020
Dear Mummy Ohiwere,
You are forever missed. Feel so sad to remember you are a year dead so soon. Just like yesterday. Rest on in the bosom of your Lord.
Titilayo Osinaike
Posted by Samson Nwakanma on June 19, 2019
Hi Aunty
I was saddened to hear of your loss. You always showed me love and was very instrumental to my growth.
you will be forever missed
Posted by Oluyemi Adewale on April 17, 2019
Mummy Ohi, you were a good conversationalist. I appreciate I could talk to you when I needed to talk to a mum but didn't want the panic part. Thank you for opening your doors to me. It's not easy to thank Jesus Christ for taking you away. I thank Him that my story will be incomplete without mentioning you and I hope I'm able to do to another what you did for me. I miss you Mummy Ohi I miss you
Posted by Mope Fapohunda on April 17, 2019
Dear Mummy,
How true the scriptures are! Indeed your memories are blessed.
Prov. 10:7 - The memory of the just is blessed.
I remember you with such fond memories - lessons in humility, never thinking of yourself as being superior even though you were, not minding that I didn't quite pay enough visits or put enough calls through. You would still gently say "nle iya mi".
Rest on mum. See you on Ressurrection Morning.
Posted by Ejike Moemeke on April 13, 2019
Aunty!! I trust you're with Jesus now! My memories of you as a little boy recall a somewhat 'strict' aunty.. but beneath that you were witty, warm and extremely caring. You always wanted to know how we were getting on.. in school or more recently, at work! And we always had to have our 'answers' ready for you in advance! As Paul said in the book of Phillipians, 'to live is Christ and to die is gain.' You were an inspiration then and a cause for celebration now. We are so grateful for your time with us!
Posted by Carol Efueye on April 11, 2019
From Omawumi and Carol Efueye: Our deepest condolences to the family on the sad loss of a true Mother in Israel, aunty Jane. May the God of all comfort, comfort you all at this time. Your Mum was truly an angel. We will never forget the duty of care and the love she always showed my mum.
Posted by Osan Okorodudu on April 11, 2019
"Osan come and sit down on my lap" Every time I visited Big mummy she always said this and no matter how big I got or how much I refused to I'd still end up sitting and telling her about my day/week. I will always miss her and she is forever in my heart.
Posted by Roro Oyegun on April 11, 2019
Kai, Aunty Jane...
We’ve lost a woman of substance, an arrow and a rock, a leader and a disciple, a woman whose very presence compelled truth, accountability and respect. A dignitary, in the truest, original sense of that word. Elegant, sometimes stern, but also humble and always kind. I don’t think the world will ever again see your like, Aunty Jane, such a singular woman, an exemplar in and of your time. They don’t make ‘em like you anymore! We miss you already - but there is so much of your life that’s worth celebrating, I take comfort in that.
We all should be so deeply proud to have called her wife, mummy, sister, friend, teacher, aunty...
Aunty Jane! You did good. Rest in peace, the seeds you sowed will live on, your legacy will live on!
Posted by Adenike Ajakaiye on April 10, 2019
Mummy J,
You are a mother or Aunty to many, a mentor, supportive, loving but i graduated from Aunty Janet to calling you Mummy. You loved Jesus and loved to praise. Any opportunity you had to praise, you took, always saying thank you, Jesus! I still remember how you danced away at my wedding and your taking the time to join me to celebrate my birthday despite the short notice. I love your childlike spirit , always smiling, teasing, laughing, mischievous, whispering something into my ear, pinching when naughty and yet very forgiving with a big heart . I saw you in December but didnt know that would be the last time, you shared your Ogi with me. I am grateful to God for that time. Miss you!
Posted by Kemi Kusemiju on April 10, 2019
Dear Idode, Ohi, Ohai and Ohen,
It was with great sadness when i learnt about your mum's passing. I pray that the Lord comforts the entire family especially your dad who will miss her love, care and companionship. May the good Lord grant her eternal rest and you all the fortitude to bear the lost IJMN.
Posted by Pastor Dele Olowu on April 10, 2019
Dear Daddy:
It was a great shock to us to hear that Mummy passed on March 21 of this year. We heard the information much later and none of our efforts to reach you since then did succeed. We could also understand why we could not.
We know dearly beloved Daddy that you would be in a great grief at this time. Having spent the best of your lives together. This loss would be clearly irreparable and irreplaceable for you.
We can only commend you to the comfort which only the Holy Spirit can give to you and the children at this time. Indeed, the whole of the RCCG church global community mourns at this time and we share a little bit of your sorrow, knowing how wonderful and cheerful Mama was to us all in her life time.
It is a pity we cannot be at the funeral ceremonies but we pray that the Lord’s Presence be mighty at this event and with you and other members of the family from this time on.
We love you Daddy and we trust that all would be well. We take comfort in the fact that we all must depart this world one day and only those who finish well like Mummy Jane deserves to be commended.
We borrow the words of the great Apostle Paul who said:
I have fought a good fight. I have finished my race. I have kept the faith. Henceforth, there is laid for me and all that is left for me is a crown of righteousness which the Lord the righteous Judge shall give me on that day…and not to me only but onto all them that love His appearing. 2 Tim. 4.7-8.
We are glad that Mama is counted among those that love the Lord and His appearing. 
Your son
Dele Olowu, AGO, RCCG Europe.
On Behalf of all of us on the RCCG Covenant Community on the Europe Mainland Continent.
May her soul rest in perfect peace in the loving bossom of our Lord Jesus.
Posted by Brian Hammond on April 10, 2019
One of the things I will remember about Mrs. Ohiwerei is that she was always smiling, and also sang a lot. It’s really important to be joyful and cheerful, and it makes a positive impact on others (who may not be in a good mood themselves originally) and they will wonder “why is this woman always so happy?” Some will then emulate what they see in her that makes her happy. I guess this would be God, her family, and friends. May her soul rest in Peace!
Posted by Chubi Anyaoku on April 9, 2019
Aunty Jane
The things I will remember and treasure most are your smile and your belief in the achievement of all of us. By us, I mean all the kids you came into your home: From friends from school or nieces/nephews and children of long term family friends.
I remember as a teenager, I was always ready with an answer (any answer) for when I walked into your home because I knew you would ask me about what I was doing to move forward through this path called life at some point in the day. You always hoped and wished and prayed for the best for us and we all knew it .
You are and will always be a shining example of grace and strength - emoting both firmness and Love in equal measure and juxtaposition.
The memory that I will forever be grateful for was being able to spot your smile in an auditorium of thousands as I gave the commencement speech at graduation from university. There was a knowing nature to it and a sense of pride that you had in your own very specific and special way helped propel another “kid” to success. And you did. In small and large ways you did.
The stories of your affection will remain true and will keep you in our hearts forever.
I take solace in the knowledge that I still have an angel, a large smile and knowing angel who looks at us and makes us feel that we still have someone in our corner.
I will miss you! All my love
Posted by Zeal Akaraiwe on April 9, 2019
I’ve known you almost my whole life and at different times, you played important roles in my training and shaping and because of that, you’ll always be with me.
You’ve made sure that I never forget you because the morning you left, my daughter came.
We will miss you but we rest knowing that you’re in a better place.
Good night mummy
Posted by Dami Onifade on April 9, 2019
Your love and generosity knew no bounds. My childhood memories revolve around spending time in the company of your family. You are the grandma we knew and have been there at each of mine and my sister's major milestones. When Tony and I got married, you graciously opened up your home to my in-laws and they not only got to experience Nigeria through me, but through the warmth and light of your presence. Also when i returned for a stint at LUTH, you welcomed me into your home again, just like when i was a child. You were a constant source of encouragement and strength when i was struggling to adjust to working in Nigeria. When i didn't want to go in and complained of some ailment or another, you would say "in service you will find healing" and send me on my way- one of the lasting lessons you taught me. I will always love you. Rest in God's arms. Till we meet again.
Dami Collier-Onifade
Posted by on April 9, 2019
'Sisi' to us the parents, 'Mama' to the Onifade girls. Our lives revolved around you and your family. From being your little sister who only saw you once in a bluemoon and looked at you in awe, I thought you were amazing. From my very first year living with you at Adelabu Close, you were second to none. An unbelievably amazing sister. You found me my first job post HSC, we filled those university forms together, you rejoiced as the admission letters and telegrams came in. We chose the Uni I was to go to together, You were a sister in a million who stood in as a mother for me and ensured that life did not short change me as it were.
I became a member of your family and your children became my little sisters and brothers. I loved you all so much.
We laughed and cried together through the good and sad times. I will love you forever and for all the love you gave I am eternally grateful. My 21st birthday, you were there, the wedding, you were there, through the birth of all the girls you were there. You became their status quo grandma, the twins were your very first set of grandchildren and gave you the honorary title 'Mama'. It is no wonder the Lord blessed you with twin boys as your first set of grandchildren.
We spent so many hours in each other's company just talking about various things and I learnt so much through your honest appraisal of situations and things. You were truthful, direct, dependable, loving, caring and giving. You never stopped giving of yourself and your possessions. The very first company shares I purchased as a young doctor was paid for by you but 30 years later you could not even remember that you had done that. You were a selfless lady. An elegant lady in all its ramifications albeit filled with humility. You were a joy to behold at all times. I watched and learned several good virtues from you.
Sisi that is not to say you were not firm, but in firmness you were fair. Your honesty may not have been appreciated by all but believe me when I say the A.O.E Okorodudu clan looked up to you our big sister, a shinning example of what the leader of a group should be. You led by example. Your doors were always thrown open to welcome us and I am certain you know that though we may not have said it often enough we loved you and your wonderful family.
Most importantly Sisi, you loved the Lord who you came to know personally through your daughter Aidevo. She has been asleep in the Lord for many years now as has Ehinmigbai. I believe we will all meet at the foot of the Throne of Grace IJMN.
Sleep on beloved sister till we meet to part no more.
Love you loads.
Posted by Lawrence Ojeaga on April 9, 2019
My Mummy is gone!!! From when j met you as an 11year old boy to my 40s your love was unwavering, thank you for everything especially the love!!
Love you so much and will miss you, Rest In Peace Mum
Posted by Toks And Abiton on April 9, 2019
Aunty Mummy was the absolute best. She and Uncle Felix remain a Christian inspiration for us. They serve God through thick and thin, even when you think they should be angry with him they persevered. That kind of dedication is comment worthy. We dont have the words to describe our appreciation of them so we are just going to say this " we love you Aunty Mummy, we always will, God bless "
Posted by Kehinde Adekola on April 9, 2019
Dearest Mama, When I think about my childhood to early adulthood I remember you being at our major milestones. I honestly can’t remember a period when you didn’t feature prominently. During my early years, I especially loved Christmas day and celebrating it each year in your home, and how you made it a warm, and welcoming environment. As a child I must have thought you were my biological grandma (instead of aunt), but in reality, you are the grandma that I had, and what I envisioned an ideal grandparent relationship to be. Mama was true, open, loving, strong and full of love for God. You asked all the right and tough questions, and true to yourself made the comments others were too scared or intimidated to say, because invariably it always came from a place of love. She was protective of all her non-biological children and grandchildren, and you could always count on her fierce defense in times of injustice. I know you are resting with God, and I can truly say that I’m confident in this. There will never be another Mama. Rest in peace Mama.
Posted by Omotayo Okusanya on April 8, 2019
Like a lot of us that are Ekeinde’s friends, your passing comes as a bit of a shock given your larger than life presence when we were all little boys at Kings College that would come over to visit Ekeinde at your immaculate home on Gerard Road in Ikoyi.
I only had the privilege of meeting you on a few occasions , but you left a lifelong impression on me with your firm but loving guidance of all of us that are Ekeinde’s friends. You wanted us all to grow up successful and responsible , and took it upon yourself to impart advice on us in our formative years, the exact same way you would your children. 
May your soul rest in perfect peace knowing you made a difference in all our lives .
Posted by Christian Atane on April 8, 2019
Right from the day I meant u mum you have been so nice to me and my family. You showed us love and treat us like your own children. You gave me the opportunity I never had to work to you any time any day to discuss and to gist with you. You always welcome me with food and drinks whenever i visited. If roses grow in heaven, lord please pick a bunch of rose for me, place them in mummy arms and tell her they are from me.
Tell her I love her and I missed her. when she turns smile, place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for awhile lord and give her peace. Because remembering her is easy but there's an ache within my heart that will never go away. Thank GOD u made heaven. Rest in peace mother.
From Christian Ojeawe Atane
Posted by Joan Okorodudu on April 8, 2019
Dear Auntie Alero,
May God bless you as you journey to the next world amen.
Posted by Olumide Oyetan on April 8, 2019
Gone to soon indeed. You were a surrogate mum to me and a constant source of encouragement. I remember the countless days I spent at your Gerrard House and was always reluctant to go home which was just across the road. Even when I was mischievous for a better part of my teenage years, you handled me with empathy and always made me feel at home in your presence. As a result, I strove to be someone that made you proud. I always looked forward to your warm embrace whenever I came round and enjoyed our catch up sessions thoroughly. Rest peacefully in the Lord mummy.
Posted by Anthony O. Okorodudu on April 8, 2019
Loyal to God, loving to the family, and giving to all, you will be forever missed. 
You were a true soldier for Christ. You used the beautiful gift of voice to praise and lead others to Him. Even in the face of adversity, you never waivered in your faith. What a remarkable woman you were!
When we say that words cannot describe the deep sorrow that we feel right now, it is not an overstatement. How does one even begin to describe the wonderful role you played in the family? There are not enough words. You were a pillar of support and a beacon of hope to all. The light of God always radiated in you. You were kind, gentle, caring and loving. Your passing is leaving a big vacuum and yes, you will be forever missed. 
A great wife, mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, inlaw, and friend, you were a role model to many. You have fought the good fight and have won the race. Heaven has welcomed home a saint. Rest well ma, rest well.
Fondly remembered by
Tony and Osato
Posted by John Omewah on April 8, 2019
Dearly beloved!
You were a blessing to this generation! A charming woman of God that was full of life. You encouraged me for a very long time to get my songs recorded. Ma'am I did a song and sent to you via my wife. I am not sure you got to listen to it but I am so very grateful that I got something done before the lover of your soul (Jesus Christ) called you home. May the Lord continue to be with the loved ones you left behind. Good night Beloved of the Lord! My wife and I will greatly miss your ever smiling face.
Posted by Leke Unuigbe on April 8, 2019
Countless, beautiful memories! You were a mother to so many. We give thanks for the wonderful years we had with you.
Posted by Gloria Ohiwerei on April 8, 2019
Aunty Jane , words fail me. I never thought you would leave us so soon.
You were indeed a mother to all of us, you look into our faces and ask how are you? How are your parents? Always checking on everyone. You never leave her house empty , she must give you something. You left your footprints in our hearts.
I think of you and remember our little chats and I smile. I take solace that you are in a better place with Our Lord.
We love you but God loves you more. Rest on our beloved.
Posted by Solape Peters on April 8, 2019
My early childhood memories are of visiting your house in Apapa and playing in your garden. You were always very firm and loving. Rest In Peace aunty Jane. May God comfort the family you have left behind. Amen!
Posted by Fidelis Ayebae on April 8, 2019
The earth is certainly missing an Angel!
It is hard to accept that reality but my wife and I take solace in the memories that makes the event less painful. What a lady and what a life richly spent for her husband, children, family and friends, but much more in God's vineyard. Mummy, you touched us all in many ways and the memories of you will never die, though your flesh be consumed by mother earth. We are comforted knowing that you are in a better place. Sleep mummy, sleep well in the bossom of your father.
Lola and Fidelis
Posted by Florence Edeki on April 8, 2019
Aunty our paths crossed at Heathrow terminal 5 in June 2018.We met for the 1st time. Olu and I were returning from Houston en route to Nigeria while you and Daddy were on vacation to America.
You and Daddy insisted we accompany you to British Airways Executives Lounge. Daddy engaged Olu in very long discussions about how about his vacation days in Sabongidda-Ora in the 50s and how he used to carry him etc. You said you were going to be back to Nigeria in July or thereabout after your holy conference. We talked about games and golf in general. That one chance meeting seemed like I had known you all my life. We continued communication via whassap while you were in America. On your return we called Daddy who informed us that while in America you were diagnosed with the unthinkable but that you were treated and now much better to the glory of God. We were over joyed and gave thanks and praises to God for saving you and promised to see you in Dec 2018 as we had planned to spend Christmas/New year 2018 in Lagos. INDEED we came calling at your beautiful home on 25th and you invited us to your traditional 1st January's Open House Lunch. We met all members of your family for the ,1st time. All your children received us very well with so much humility and love. In your pain you gave us so much love, food, prayers for my husband who just recovered from prostate cancer. Daddy was still very busy with holy duties praying for families.
My Aunty we continued with our wassap chats until you stopped responding to my calls or chats. I informed my husband about it who in turn called Daddy. Daddy's response "We are depending on God "was not comforting to us. So we started praying for my Aunty Janet. Until my Cousin Aunty Mrs Mary Egbe broke the news to us last week. I really thank God for knowing this great woman of Faith, gospel singer,
tremendous courage,selfless,humility,great home maker, sports woman interested in learning new positive ideas at her age. I thank God for her beautiful Children who have imbibed most of all these great qualities and more.
I pray God to grant Daddy, her Children, the Church and indeed all us the fortitude to bear this great loss.
My Aunty may your soul rest in the bosom of the Lord. Amen
Mrs Florence EDEKI
Posted by Dr. Solomon Odafe on April 8, 2019
Deareat momsie, I still remember the first time I met you, in Apapa 30 years ago, you acted like a MOTHER, because that is who you inherently are...a MOTHER at heart.
Over the years, I relied on you for motherly love, counsel and guidance. Anytime you were coming to the US, or someone was coming my way, (as recent as November), you sent my favorite chin chin, which warmed mu heart.
My family accepted you as my 2nd mom. We wished each other a Happy Birthday on September 1st. My heart is aching so much. I MISS YOU, so much already. I miss your kind heart, wise words and gentle spirit.
Heaven just got more JOYFUL becaise Heaven gained a praiser, even though it got quieter down here. Rest with your beloved. Rest in God. I love you, dearest momsie. I miss you, my beloved ANGEL.
Thank you God for this AMAZING gift. Thank you, daddy fot loving and HONORING our dear MOM.
Posted by Solape Hammond on April 8, 2019
Hmmm....Grandma O!!
Regal stance, mellifluous voice, piercing eyes - one could see the pedigree and breeding in every inch of you. Simply yet immaculately clad and always in sync with Grandpa O, you were a model from afar and near.
Seemingly intimidating to meet perhaps, but the sweetest, softest, funniest grandma to know. To you, I was your ‘darling’s darling’ and you always treated me that way, with welcoming warmth and caring concern. I consider it a privilege to have been treated as a daughter and drawn into your intimate circle.
You were Mama Moringa and the queen of healthy eating and living. Your Flower and I would marvel admiringly, knowing we couldn’t ever even dream of emulating you. How could this then be?!!!
Yet, I’m comforted that because you loved the Lord fiercely, passionately, completely, NOTHING about this was unknown to Him and He has only taken you to himself as He will with each of us st our unknown appointed time.
For us, we will only thank Him for the privilege of having had you in our lives and in our midst, and continue to honour you by thanking Him - just as you once taught me...every minute, every hour, all day, every day.
Thank you Jesus for Grandma O.
Posted by Emmanuel Amaize on April 7, 2019
Auntie Jane Ohiwerei had a very clean heart: She will see God. So saith the Lord in the Beatitudes.
Posted by Deji West on April 7, 2019
A tribute to our ever-caring Mummy Jane (Deji & Duntan West)
We thank God for the day we met Mummy Jane. She was an absolute gem who was never shy of demonstrating her love for God in rapturous worship. 
Like a woman consumed she immediately placed herself as a mother for us. She absolutely will scold Deji for calling is his wife his daughter and would always whisper something sweet into Duntan’s ears. What a beautiful spirit she had!
We remember visiting her in Dallas in the summer of 2018 and saw how she was being brave and strong for Elder Felix. She wanted to show her independence which demonstrated her care for him despite her condition at the time.
She also shared a secret project with us. Also, it is yet to be completed, however, we promise never to give up on it in honour of her name.
Sleep well mummy!
Deji & Duntan West
Posted by Deji West on April 7, 2019
From RCCG Redemption Pavilion Parish (HQ LP6)
Church Tribute.
We received with shock the passing on to glory of our mother Pastor (Mrs) Janet Alero Ohiwerei . Our mother was an amazing member of the Redemption Pavilion, the Headquarters of Lagos Province 6 of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.
Mummy Jane as she was fondly called was such a loving and caring person. She was very sensitive to the needs of others and always had a word of encouragement or a phrase to push one to the next level. She was an absolute gem of a lady, refined and very elegant in all her ways. 
She was renowned for her love of God and how she just wanted to worship Him. In deed she found much joy in the Lord and that inspired others as she set the exact example of being in the RCCG Mass Choir until the end.

Mummy was a terrific counsellor with sound wisdom not common these days. She was also adept at following people up to ensure they never gave up.
Mummy we will miss you terrible and pray that the vacuum you have left will be filled by the Lord especially for Elder Felix Ohiwerei and also for us. 
Sleep well our amazing Mummy!
From your children at Redemption Pavilion
Posted by Daniel Ndefo on March 29, 2019
Mummy Ohiwerei, we thank God for your exemplary life in the service of God. You and your husband left no one in doubt that you love God. You joyfully sang in the RCCG Mass Choir. Now you have been promoted to sing in the Heavenly Glorious Choir amongst innumerable company of angels. Hallelujah ! Good night beloved sister.
From. Pastors Joy & Daniel Ndefo
Posted by Peter Egho on March 29, 2019
Our beloved Mummy
We were priviledged to be family with you and see you at close range walk your every talk in faith!
Yes you fought the good fight of faith and as you enter into the test the Lord has called you into, we give all the glory to God!
Peter Egho & family
Posted by Franklin Osuji on March 29, 2019
i just got this and i'm in a big shock.....grand ma seeing u and some few people minister amongst we youth always kept me coming for rehearsal even when i'm seem so weak you were a strong general grand ma we'll miss u at the national choir. please rest well in his bosom as u join d holy angels to sing.
Posted by Olajuwon Martins on March 28, 2019
Humm our great mama at RCCG NMC.
I was in attendance at Shekinah Night by Bar. Agu Imo. One night like that when mama rendered an hymn song titled ''it is well''
So so socking when i heard about her lost. May the lord be with the family. Amen
“Accept my warm and heartfelt sympathy''
#Anjuwonosewilejo fε̲̣̣̣̥ε̲̣̣̣̥f
Posted by Ovie Seun Tanimola on March 28, 2019
Dear Mummy...... It's still a shock to me that you've gone to be with the Lord. How can i forget the way you always asked of my children like there Grandma. You made me love hymns singing more and more. I was even planning of inviting you for my hymns concert this Easter Mom. Your memories can never be forgotten in my life for a long time. We love you but God loves you more. Sleep on dear Mom.
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Posted by Oluseun Olomodosi on September 2, 2022
Unforgettable mother in Israel....Eternal rest grant her O Lord!
Posted by Dr Solomon Odafe on September 1, 2022
Miss you so much momsie, your love, your care and devotion to those you love. My baby, your grandaughter, Zara Grace turned 21 this year. Can you believe that? U enjoyed watching her grow.

I miss being able to just call you just because and hear your kind voice. I still hear your voice. I visited daddy while in Nigeria last year. He misses you. I miss you TERRIBLY!!!
Posted by Oluseun Olomodosi on March 21, 2022
I'll forever missed Mama. Just few weeks back, towards and during the last March Holy Ghost Service, I greatly missed her riding with me to and from camp and singing hymns together throughout the journey. May her gentle soul continue to rest in peace 
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Mrs. Janet Alero Ohiwerei nee Okorodudu was born at Abeokuta, Ogun State on the 1st of September 1943 to Chief Alfred Omaretseyinosa Esimajuorono Okorodudu and Mrs. Ileola Okorodudu. Chief Okorodudu was a civil engineer in the civil service and public works Department in charge of road construction in many parts of the western region and the middle belt of Nigeria. He was later a District officer in various locations in the south west, including Ondo where he met one of his future wives, Ileola.

During her time in Ibadan, she had met a jovial young man, Felix Aizebeoje Omoikhoje Ohiwerei, who was working for Nigerian Breweries Limited and stationed in Benin where Mrs. Ohiwerei spent her holidays with her parents who were then stationed there. A close friendship developed and by the time she was embarking on her post graduate degree she sailed to meet her now fiancee who was at this time redeployed to London. Almost a year after their engagement, Felix and Janet were married on the 17th of December 1966 in London with a few family members and friends in attendance, their traditional wedding having been held earlier in Nigeria, with Felix elder brother, Tunde, standing in for him.

After the couple returned to Nigeria in 1967 at the start of the civil war and took up residence in Adelabu, Surulere where they began to raise a family, with two girls and three boys born over there next eight years.

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​Farewell to Elder (Mrs.) Janet Ohiwerei & Condolence to the Family

Shared by Olajumoke Lawal on April 8, 2019

On behalf of my family and the North America Operations of RCCG, I express sincere condolences to the nuclear and extended families, and other loved ones, including the ecclesiastical family. The loss of a loved one is never desirable, and the passing of Mummy Ohiwerei is a heavy burden on our hearts. Words fail at moments like these. We choose to surrender to the will of our Sovereign God with heavy hearts and with the assurance of seeing Elder (Mrs.) Ohiwerei again on that glorious morning.   

In 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, the Apostle Paul exhorts us “…not to be ignorant…about those who fall asleep [in death], that you may not grieve [for them] as the rest do who have no hope [beyond the grave]. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will also bring with Him through Jesus those who have fallen asleep [in death].”

We can therefore celebrate a fruitful life and the worthy legacy she has left behind. She was a very loving, affectionate, and steadfast woman, wife, mother, sister, and friend; a dedicated worshipper and an active RCCG chorister.  We will be strong in the LORD and in the power of His might, encouraging ourselves in the Spirit of His Peace and fortitude. May the memories of her joyous disposition, strength and love for Christ bring comfort to us all, in Jesus’ most precious and matchless Name!

Yours in the LORD’s Service,

Pastors (Drs.) James & Manita Fadel

SATGO & Chairman, North America Operations

The Redeemed Christian Church of God

Always with open arms

Shared by Seme Eroh on April 8, 2019

Auntie Jane was just a pillar and a fountain of love. Her home was always open to one and all. If you were passing through or staying you would be well fed and cared for just like her own children. As a very young child I didn’t know the difference between her children and other relatives staying at her house. She treated all of us the same. Now that she is gone I pray for that same love and compassion to comfort her family. 

She always had her arms open and May The Lord open his arms to you as well and welcome you. You were a true servant and you did your part. 

I love you and May The Lord Bless your sweet soul. 

Semi girl.

So dear a mother and a friend of God

Shared by Kolawole Oyefeso on March 28, 2019

I knew Mummy ever before I dreamt of joining the RCCG national mass choir at shekinah night where she will always be given an opportunity to sing at least 1 or 2 hymns and she sings it passionately, she loves hymns and it's shows in her attitude that she really loves God, she is down to earth and very humble..

Even at her age and status she still find time to come to the RCCG National mass choir rehearsals which is an all night rehearsals ..

She has gone to be with the lord, it's a loss for us but a gain to Heaven..

I love you ma