This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, BABAJIDE OLOWOLAGBA born on June 20, 1981 and passed away on February 5, 2020. We will remember him forever.

He was a father, son, brother, grandson, colleague, true friend among others. He was married to his beautiful wife Omolara in a marriage that produced 2 wonderful children.

He was a graduate of Accounting from University of Lagos Akoka in 2005 after his primary and secondary school education in Philomena Nursery and Primary School Yaba and C.M.S Grammer School Bariga both in Lagos respectively.

He was an Oracle 9i Database Administrator before his death.

Till He passed on, He was a staff of AIICO Pension Managers Limited which he joined in 2012 and rose to become the Team Lead, Contributions and Collections Department after short stints in Pan African Capital Plc between 2007 and 2012.

He was an Associate Member of the Institute of Capital Market Registrars.

We will surely miss him but we are consoled with the fact that He has truly gone to be with the Lord.
Posted by Abiodun Tinubu on February 9, 2020
Rest In Peace Bro Jide , We love you but I know God loves you more . I pray all your good works as a Christian will not be wasted , You will sit beside our Lord Jesus Christ. May God grant your Wife, Children , Mother and Siblings Fortitude to bear your loss.
Posted by Erinson Williams on February 9, 2020
RIP Brother ...God knows best ....God will continue to be with the family u left behind
Posted by Okechukwu Umeh on February 9, 2020
BOOM like you are fondly called(Babajide Omoyele Olowolagba Michael) An astute leader.A great friend turned brother.He always preached peace and togetherness amongst his friends and peers.Always available in terms of need.Your demise is a great loss to me especially because we shared a lot in common.I know you are In a better place now Brother..Till we meet to part no more.....I have got great Love for you Brother.Your memories will forever Linger...God bless you immensely.
Posted by Oluwatosin Bruce on February 9, 2020
You have departed, leaving your dear ones behind with your memories. It is difficult to imagine our lives without a friend who has been a strong support, a great motivator and a friend for life. Rest in Peace Jide Olowolagba
Up School!!!!
Posted by Phisola Ade on February 9, 2020
Babajide Olowolagba, I am speechless. A beautiful soul that never gets angry. Always smiling. My heart aches but God loves you the most. May God grant his family the fortitude to bear this great loss. Sleep on my brother. Rest In Peace Jide.
Posted by Tony Odutola on February 9, 2020
Jide, you were such a gentle soul, calm even in the face of provocation. We cannot question God, but I’m still in shock as to why good people die young. You needed the rest after a long drawn battle, you will be sorely missed. You are gone too soon, but we know the Lord is your host now, and in that we take solace. Rest on my brother
Posted by Damilola Atimiwoaiye on February 9, 2020
Bro Jide, the gentle big brother I grew up to know. My heart bleeds to know you are gone but I celebrate the good life you lived. One thing that can't be ignored about you is your smile, calmness. You are a gentleman to the core.

God will strengthen and uphold Aunty Lara and the kids. And also console your parents, grandparents, siblings, friends and family.

Your legacy and good works will always be cherished. We love you and you will surely be missed. Rest in the blossom of our Lord Jesus Christ Bro Jide..
Posted by Leke Ogungbamila on February 9, 2020
It was a shock when I heard at first, I felt deeply pained and heart grieved , because he has been a role model to me, in some of my perceptions to life...But on the second thought I felt why can't humans be filled with joy instead of grief over beloved lost?
Its a heavy thing to bear tho.


I personally decided,  to embrace love ❤and happiness coupled with thanksgiving at this moment over the life of my beloved brother JIDE OLOWOLAGBA a mentor, a true father, a simple and very kind hearted church member, a respectable personality, a time disciplined fellow, and all in all someone who has impacted many lives and loved by all.

You Live on brother! 
and I believe this is just a transit into a life beyond all limits. I am sure you would want everyone to feel as happy as you being here with us. You forever remain a blessed one in all our hearts.❤.
May God Almighty continue to uphold your family and may HIS Grace become abundant for eternity over the Children and thier mother. ‍‍‍

You live on!!!
Posted by Ifedayo ANDREW on February 9, 2020
I grew up knowing you as one of my elder ones and have always known you as Bro. Jide and you have never fallen short of it.

I knew you all my life as one of the most caring brothers on earth and one who could never miss to say Happy Birthday to me except in 2019, didnt know you were going through something we didnt have control over.

Helped me in Account assignments in Secondary school.

Didn't know seeing you at the party on the 17th of November, 2019 will be my last of seeing you Egbon mi. As usual, you were so caring and excited to see me, Dayo eat, Dayo drink, Dayo hope you and your sister Tayo are keeping in touch....

I was hesitant to write but reading through what everyone has written about you Bro. Jide, I am confident and proud to have had you as a Big Brother who has only cared about everyone around him.

We will miss you and I pray that God be with your loving wife and kids and keep them strong.

Egbon mi Sun re o. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Razaq Waga on February 9, 2020
Your departure still left me speechless and the vacuum you left behind as a friend and senior colleague can never be filled by anyone. The imagination and memories of your soft spoken words has refused to be erased in my mind and left tears rolling through my eyes. I asked myself every morning after hearing that you passed on to glory “why do good and nice people die early“? You were always ready to help, very generous, humble, highly intelligent and most importantly peace loving fellow. You fought a good fight and at the time we thought you have won the fight and hoping to see you back on your feet again but death took you away from us. All I can say is that God Almighty grant you eternal rest and give the family and friends you left behind the fortitude to bear your lost. “Olowo” as I fondly call you, we love you but God Loves more. REST IN PEACE Babajide Olowolagba
Posted by Janet Osho (ladipo) on February 9, 2020
You were the definition of a gentleman. You were very calm and a very good friend. I know we had not spoken for a long time but I still have fond memories of us growing up together and the parties we used to have organised by you and your friends. I remember how you were there consoling me when we lost Tope. I wish you were still here but God knows best. You will always be in our heart because you are unforgettable. We will love you always. Rest In Peace
Posted by Abiola Akintunde on February 9, 2020
I am here to celebrate your life
And the measure of its worth
And every single time you touched my life
While you were on this earth.
I wish to pay my last respect.
To thank you for your friendship
And all the memories i hold dear.
It's been a privilege to have known you.
We were family, not just friends,
I ‘ve known you for over 20 years,
And i wish i never had to say good bye to you brother
I cannot get over the shock!
Sleep on my Friend ...
Posted by Abozos Taiwo on February 9, 2020
Hmmmm.....I don't know how best to describe you Uncle Jide..Your death came as a Shock to me and I couldn't help but shed tears that day and I still feel pain within me...How can I forget how helpful you were to me I remember when I always run to you when I'm having difficulties in my Financial accounting back in secondary school Rest in peace uncle...I'll miss you dearly...
Posted by Abiola Adebayo on February 9, 2020
A good heart has stopped beating, but a heart that has touched many lives can't help but live on in those it loved.
Dear brother, your heart may have stopped beating, but your good heart will not be forgotten.
We love you, but God loves you more. Rest on brother.
Posted by Damilola Familusi on February 9, 2020
Knowing you from afar, i could still tell that you were a perfect gentleman. Hearing from different people these past days about the impact you made, makes it harder to understand. It is sad that you had to go at this time, but God knows best.

May God continue to comfort, strengthen and be with your wife my darling friend Lara , your lovely children and your loved ones.
Rest in peace Jide Olowolagba
Posted by Kupoluyi Taiwo on February 9, 2020
Goodness simply speechless..You were so gentle, reserved...May your gentle soul rest in peace and May GOD grant the family the strength and grace they need now...Rest on Baba jeje... 
Posted by Sherifat Alamu on February 9, 2020
Always a gentleman with genuine heart of kindness....
Your life was beautiful and a blessing to us all to have shared it with you at one point or the other. Your memory will be a treasure and you will be missed beyond measure.
Sleep well Brother!!!
Posted by Yetunde Adekoya on February 9, 2020
Hummmmm Babajide my Brother & my Friend, I cant get the words to express how I feel but am very grateful to GOD because growing up with you and knowing you has been a wonderful experience, your calmness & strength had always been a thing of courage to me.
I take solace in the fact that you knew, walked & worked with GOD, therefore am strong in faith that we will surely meet and never depart again in the present of GOD Almighty. Súnré o omo Akin
Posted by Toluwalopemi Amode on February 9, 2020
Hmmmm, i didn't know i will be writing tributes about you too soon my big egbon bro jide you are a such a caring person to everyone who comes in contact with you... I could remember your words for me then. When grandpa was admitted into ikeja teaching hospital you said am I ok with the job am doing that i should send you my cv which you wanted the best for me.. and i told you that i want to go into teaching line and you were concerns like they don't pay much like that you wanted the best for me... likewise you said myself and omotayo don't want to work in banking industry (that it's fine).... which you pray for me.. you always putting on a smiling face at all time. Am always looking forward in seeing if there is any occasion in grandpa house which will make me to see you... who is going to call me "monsura".. the monsura happen to be my own late mum's name... I wish you be around to see me get married but God understands everything.. You have a large heart of Gold for all and always create that family bonds anytime any day... I miss you dearly and I love you. but God loves you more .
Posted by Temitope Ibuoye on February 9, 2020
Jide, where do i start from, the look in your eyes.....the smile on your lips.....the way you talk.....your Yoruba diction..... the tone of your voice....its pitch, i will miss everything about you. I wish Torera got to know you more, my favorite of the family, my Baba . . . as i fondly called you, those times in Iwaya will forever be golden, i looked forward to Sunday afternoons and force our way there cos i knew you will be there, and days i dont see you, i waited angrily till you came just to get you to smile at me and say u sorry, even tho there was nothin to be sorry for. Your mum always wondered what was up with me as Lara beams at me with her wide grin and beautiful wide eyes. May God give all your family the Grace to bear the loss, cos you are too good to go, just like that? I never had a chance to say goodbye?

I never knew Granpa's birthday would be the last time we would see, you noticed my tears when no one else did, you could see beneath all the gyration that it wasnt me, you saw the weight, took time to see me off and listened to me cry my heart out, you were there for me when i needed it, and i am so sorry i couldnt return the favour; i didnt know. You helped my mind, to see things better and the closure got clearer, thank you.... i will always love you, the comfort of having you might have been taking away, but not that of having had you, i'm glad our path crossed and i will always keep the silent lessons, Rest on dear friend in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ, He knows best and we TRUST HIM
Posted by Olayiwola Olukolu on February 9, 2020
Tears roll from my heart to my eyes all because of you bro Jide, it come like a dream which am still trying to wake up from, I shot my eyes and opened them but still of the same words, you have teach me a great legacy of how to lead a multitude with patience and endurance.
Bro Jide you have shown me how to live with people with silence and patience..

Your legacy will forever be written on a marble.

Sleep well uncle Jide till we met again Akoni Okunrin, Onirele, Oniwatutu, Oniteriba....
We will forever miss you
Posted by Oluwaseyi Ogungbamila on February 8, 2020
I write this with deep sober reflection over the unexpected and untimely deathof Brother Jide Olowolagba.

He was gentle, kind-hearted, cheerful, and down to earth.

Hmm! Death is inevitable, Brother Jide has run his own race, though it may be short but left good values behind, not only for his family but also for others.

Our prayer to God Almighty is to make the soul of the departed rest in peace.

I thank God for the good life you lived, the values and legacies you left behind. We pray God keep and strengthen your wife (Sister Lara), your two kids, siblings and all you left behind.

You will forever be missed. All Sunday School Children and Youth Organization members of CCC Owodunni parish will miss you.

Good night! 
Rest in peace!!
Posted by Adeola Olowolagba on February 8, 2020
I pen this with a very heavy heart, I have a lot to say but I really don't know where to start from. You were such a gentleman, you touched many lives with your kindness, caring, loving and peaceful nature. You were always there for the family. You cared and shared so much!
Never did we think you will leave us so soon, you were all I could ask for in a brother-in-law, it has been a wonderful privilege to have know you.
May you rest in the hands of the Lord who gives and takes.......Rest in perfect peace my beloved brother, till we meet to part no more.
Adeola Olowolagba ("Iya Meto" has you fondly use to call me)
Posted by Dossou Joel on February 8, 2020
Hmmm still in doubt of his demise
Cos uncle jide(like we call him the Sunday school) has been a wonderful man and the best uncle to all the Sunday kids of my set in ccc owodunni parish, he made me realize what life truly means and if not for uncle jide i would have been a miscreant and a nuisance in the society but with him i was a changed person.... I will forever miss you and you will forever be in my heart continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord
Posted by Hammed Gbotaiye on February 8, 2020
were do i start from....Jido like I call breaks my heart that am dropping a tribute to a friend and brother .....I'll miss u... d day u passed I still ask segun ur kid bro as u r feeling and he said he was going 2 see u in d hospital only 2 get a call later in d day dat u r no more....I av met people but ur coolness calmness and smile dat u respond 2 greetings wiv still marvel me.....Rest In HIS bossom bro...and i pray God protects all d loved ones u left behind.... U believed in Olowolagba Segun's ideas as much as I do.... I'll keep encouraging him like u av always did.....It's so hard 2 say God bye ..but God is UNQUESTIONABLE  Rest oon Babjide
Posted by Ike Okolie on February 8, 2020
What does one say at a time like this to help ease the pain. Jide you will sorely be missed and I pray God grants the family and loved ones the fortitude to be the irreplaceable loss, Amen.

Continue to rest in peace
Posted by Olatunbosun Sodade on February 8, 2020
I wish I could just have a chance to share my idea with him then cos he was a man full of high instinct, he talk less but that little he shared was a whole. R.I.P bro jide I know my friend segun will really miss you much, Till we see again.
Posted by Oluwaseun Olarinde on February 8, 2020
Babajide Omo alagba as we used to call you during our secondary school days. You were such a gentle soul, you will forever be missed. May you continue to rest in the bossom of Christ till we meet again and to depart more.
Posted by Oluwaseun Apelehin on February 8, 2020
Uncle Jide it’s so sad to know i never got to meet you in person after hearing such amazing things about you. We love you but God loves you more. Rest In Peace
Posted by Abdullahi Mosobalaje on February 8, 2020
Babajide Olowolagba, rest in peace
Posted by Ben Adesoji on February 8, 2020
When we lose someone we love we must learn not to live without them, but to live with the love they left behind.Jide olowolagba the most silent dude within us. We spent 4 years in a room together due to the love we shared... Am speechless being the chairman of those room from enijoku....fagunwa and Manama... May you rest in perfect peace.... Adesoji Benjamin .iyaomolere

Ziming zama
Posted by Azeez Akinola on February 8, 2020
He's a bubly dude, full of life, an apt definition of perfect gentle guy,good spirited with positive soul, astute family man so passionate of his wife and kids. A great confider with shyful social life...the go-to guy blessed with immense wealth of knowledge, astoundingly brilliant so much it exhumes excellence at all time, extremely gentle like a water lilly. This piece does not completely speak of your rare attributes but a definition of who you are and what you have become in your short journey to this world. Babajide you are a blessed soul to every lives that have come in contact with you; but we find solace in the feelings that the creator has called you to take an eternal rest by his side. May the Almighty in his infinite mercy repose your soul and guide, protect and strengthen everything/souls you have labored so hard for. We love you brother.... #RestOn.
Posted by Omotayo Olowolagba Orimij... on February 8, 2020
This is too much to bear and words will never be enough to express the grief I feel...

I go to bed hoping I would wake up and it's all a dream but the ache in my heart snaps me back to reality, you've taken a piece of my heart with you and it can never be replaced

I will miss your weekly visits to my house after a hectic day at work
And then I would say to Jide stop stressing your self
And you would say one and only (as you fondly call me) i don't have another sister ,i will look for you even if you're in a hole(lol),no amount of stress can stop me

I'll miss our siblings group chats and your constant calls to check up on me....oh my spirit is crushed!

You were such an amazing soul with a large heart,you saw only good in people and treated them as such and I'm thankful to God that you came to this world as my brother.....

You've left your body behind but I'm confident that you're home with our lord

Your one and only loves you always

Thessalonians 4:13-14

Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope. For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him.
Posted by Samuel Adewunmi Senbanjo on February 8, 2020
I write this with great sadness over the unimaginable loss of Jide.

Jide was a good friend and colleague to me, his gentle and caring nature was the first thing you noticed about him. I always admired how he never judged or forced his opinions on anyone, but offered valuable and truthful advice; that I will surely miss.

He was kind-hearted, cheerful and down to earth. He was a dutiful husband and a wonderful father to his two children and laid a strong foundation for them.

His wonderful spirit and strong values will continue to live on through his children, and they will always know how much he loved them. He tried with all his heart to stay for them and Lara, but God called him home, and he had to go.

Now that Jide has run his race, however short it may have been; he is finally resting with God. He rests with the knowledge that he did his best as a father, a husband, a son, a brother and a friend.

Jide, you are forever in our hearts and you will always be remembered.

Good night,


It's okay to miss you,
It's okay to cry.
Just know I'll never forget you.
This isn't a permanent goodbye.

Sometimes I sit and wonder
If you are standing by my side,
Giving me the courage
To carry on with pride.

I'll hold onto our memories,
Until this life is done.
In my heart is where I'll store them,
Where we can be as one.    
By Samantha M Hann.

Posted by Oluwasegun Olowolagba on February 8, 2020
Am so short of words and pained
I still cant believe you gone
You lived a fulfilled life tho it was short but everyone felt your impact deeply coz you made sure you impacted in everyone life in chruch, in your office ,among family,among friends,among youths,among adults,among old, mostly me with your words of encouragement,your advice you never want to see anyone sad because you never believe anyone is a failure you always want everyone around you to succeed
Even with all my mistakes you still showed me that brotherly love no one can
You left a good legacy no one can forget
I love you big bro but God loves you more
Babajide Omoleye Olowolagba
Egbon mi I will surly miss you
Posted by Oloruntosin Kinyomi on February 8, 2020
My Big Nephew, words fail me as i never could have imagined writing you a Tribute... I believe God Knows best and in that Understanding we will try not to complain.... We will Miss You Jide,... We will Miss Your Brotherly Love for all, Your efforts to keep everyone close by reaching out.... Heaven is for warm PEOPLE like You... Till we meet again,... Rest In the Perfect Peace of God.
Too Soon Bro.
Posted by Tope Kinyomi-Ibiam on February 7, 2020
When I think of the words that capture your essence - I think: simply genuine, simply gentle, simply kind, simply humble, simply beautiful. You always had comforting and encouraging words and your laughter sang to the soul. The love you had for family simply defies words Mr Peacemaker. May the Lord God, creator of all things - embrace you into His fold and watch over your wife and children at this time.

Father in heaven we ask not why but thank you for the many blessings you used this precious soul to perform. We know not your season or reasons but we know you are LOVE.
Posted by Temitope Akinyemi on February 7, 2020
Babajide! Why oh why! The pain is too much but then we believe God loves you more.

Today being my birthday you would have called me and said Iyawo bawoni happy birthday.

You were so kind and such a gentle soul, brotherin law that became a friend.

I remember when my son was terminally ill you would come around to just seat with me.

I thank God for the life you lived. We pray God keep and strengthen all you left behind.
Sun re... we miss you already
Posted by Laye Akinyemi on February 7, 2020
The news of your passing has left a hole in our heart, one which can never be filled. Babajide you will be greatly missed. I take solace and comfort from knowing you are no longer in pain, but flying with the angles.
If I knew the last conversation we had shortly before the news of your illness was going to be our last, I would have made it last a lot longer. Memories of our childhood together keeps flashing back.
Babajide you were not just my closest cousin, but a very good friend. You held no grudge, softly spoken, humble and kind-hearted.
I pray for God's guidance and direction, to fulfil your dream in life through your young family.
Jide I love you and will miss you greatly.
Posted by Dayo Ogunbayo on February 7, 2020
Jide, rest on bro. We will definitely miss you but God knows best. You were a good man. Our loss is Heaven's gain.
Dayo Ogunbayo
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Posted by Banji Akanni on February 21, 2020
Forever in my heart

Whenever I try to say something, I get short in words
Whenever I open this tribute to contribute, my mind weakens. I am so sorry Pal.

What do I say? What do I write? Where do I start? There is much to say.
Surprisingly and honestly, I only have good interactions and memories, direct and indirect.
That is rare………because you are rare and truly a “Special One” – An angel in disguise. Why does it have to take death to make me realise?

We went from colleagues to good friends
And from tight friends to being a family friend
And then we became brothers

Babajide Olowolagbe (Omoyele - I keep this name tight) AKA JAID.

I am still in shock and denial
My emotions are frail now and failing. I am still disillusioned

We had plans. We made plans. We were always working on good plans. And I have always known that I have been privileged with someone I can relate to, anytime, anywhere and always

I have only met few people as open-minded and good-hearted as you were. Whenever we have given it our best and all and it seems obvious our efforts were going futile, while I complained and feel dejected, you were always calm and full of hope. Saying “Wo Banji, leave it, it is well”. You easily let go after giving it your best

I will forever reminisce how simple and easy you made life with this principle. I always learn this again and again from you. Now you made all too clear and imprinted this time - forever.

I have never seen you annoyed at anything, anybody or at any situation. You are always full of hope. You have never planned against anyone even in a slight moment. Always smiling and helpful

You have given life your all and once again made it simple – living in and leaving this world. I have been honoured to share in your life experiences and know your personality.

I pray the Lord freshens you and keep you in His garden and in peace wherever you dwell now. It is well with your soul

Humans leave trails after themselves. Most inevitably leave stories that are terrible.

We are all stories, Be a good one

JAID, you are a good story that will forever gladden and remain in my heart

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to have known you and still proud to narrate your story.

Sometimes, when its impossible to escape saying someone’s story because it is terrible, we lie about the story.

Thank you Jide

For giving me the privilege, even after you are gone to say the truth with your story

Thank you pal and Shalom.
Posted by ORIYOMI ABASS YUSUF on February 19, 2020
Jide my CMS Grammar Sch broda, continue to rest on, may God comfort the family you left behind.
Posted by Memo Lee on February 18, 2020
I still can't believe you gone, waiting to hear from your brother that it was only a joke

That's why it taking me so long to write a tribute note cos you not gone yet, you just resting

Even now, I still don't know what to say

Just wake up cos the joke is too expensive
his Life

The life of Babajide Olowolagba in brief

He was a father, son, brother, grandson, colleague, true friend among others. He was married to his beautiful wife Omolara in a marriage that produced 2 wonderful children.

He was a graduate of Accounting from University of Lagos Akoka in 2005 after his primary and secondary school education in Philomena Nursery and Primary School Yaba and C.M.S Grammer School Bariga both in Lagos.

He was an Oracle 9i Database Administrator before his death.

Till He passed on, He was a staff of AIICO Pension Managers Limited which he joined in 2012 and rose to become the Team Lead, Contributions and Collections Department after short stints in Pan African Capital Plc between 2007 and 2012.

He was an Associate Member of the Institute of Capital Market Registrars.

In the church where he worshipped, he was well respected due to his involvement in the church activities. He was a Sunday school teacher, he was close to the children and he took education of less privileged members very seriously as he gave scholarships to kids and today, with his support, there are University graduates and of note is one that graduated with First Class from UNILAG. He also devoted his time to support widows and the elderly members of the church. 

He is a very thoughtful brother, father and husband. He never joked with his family members' well-being. It is not surprising that he was the "go-to-guy" for everyone around him. 

We will surely miss him but we are consoled with the fact that He has truly gone to be with the Lord.
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i was shocked

Shared by Omolara Biliki on February 18, 2020
the news was a shock.. i have still not gotten over it.. Memories of childhoold kept flashing back..  i still cant find words.. Your smiles courage kindness and more.. You were a wonderful brother and your memories will be forever.  

He will be missed.

Shared by Anna Adewale-Carr on February 14, 2020
I will definitely agree with my cousin Funmi that you were a gentle and kind soul and always embracing. You could feel the love you had for people with your ever reaching out messages never really talking about yourself but always wanting to know others were ok. You will always be missed. We love you but God loves you must. 
Shared by BASORUN ADEKUNMI on February 10, 2020
Jide Olowo, where do i start from or how do i say what i have in Mind? U came to AIICO and you made my Job a whole lot easier when my then Boss Ayo Olatiregun splitted the Contribution & Collection dept into two teams, Public and Private sectors. You proved yourself on the role and U became the \go to guy' in the Contribution dept.
I really do not know waht to say but i believe that God has his plans for each and everyone, You have played your part and i can say that though, short, U played it well. Rest on'  APML misses U, but i know that the Contributions family misses you more.
Rest well till we meet to part no more ADIEU..... Olowo!