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!

Words Are Not Enough

Shared by Evelyn Omogiade on February 10, 2020
I call you Olowodipupo.... it's still a shocking disbelieve that you're gone. So full of life, your gentle smile, your calm demeanor, your playful disturbance anytime you come to our office will be missed. Rest on Jide.

Adieu Gentle Guy

Shared by Gbenga Orekoya on February 9, 2020
Sad to hear of your loss.

In the time I have known you, I have always admired your cool and composed mien.

Always with a kind smile and a solution at hand, to whatever Wahala that was brought to your table. 

Sleep well Brother, till we meet again.

Babajide olowolagba

Shared by Kinyomi Olajumoke on February 9, 2020
We care and love you but Jesus love you most.


Shared by Idris Giwa on February 9, 2020
scrabble my heart for words to describe what you are but couldn’t find any. You took every storm like it was simply an incident of nature and always seeked solutions for people’s challenges. Don’t think I’ll ever have a friend as understanding as you were. Will miss you dearly

Shocking Still...

Shared by Oluwaseyi Adetunji on February 8, 2020
Oh death,where's thy sting! I woke up to a rude news of your demise (Jide). I was not so sure if it was real or not. I had to connect some other Grammarian to confirm the sad news. My heart bled for the whole day it was confirmed. A gentle man to the core you were when in High School, easy going, jolly good fellow. May God forgive all your short coming and make heaven a better place for you my brother! Rest in Perfect Peace . Till we meet to part no more! OGS(Old Grammarian Society '96) lost a rear gem.
Shared by Olusanya Oluwatoyin on February 8, 2020
Such a great loss to the family and friends.You were such a gentle and loving brother of my friend  bodunrin back in school.your death came to me as a rude shock but God knows best.Rest in peace.

My heart

Shared by Funmi Adesanya on February 8, 2020
Jide, you were such a gentle soul. I don't think anyone I know in this life is as kind and loving as you. I could barely remember my own birthday this year and you always called without fail. You were my closest cousin. You were grandma's favorite. You were a loving husband and father. I remember during my last visit you chasing Foyin who insisted on removing her diaper. We talked about EVERYTHING. I remember how you got your place ready for your new bride Lara. You watched Beauty and the Beast with me when everyone in the theater was heading to watch the action film. You always gave what you had and what you didn't have. I love you always. I know that you and my mom are together waiting wrapped in the arms of God almighty.  I'm hurting but see you in your beautiful kids and dear Lara.
Shared by Jay Olowu on February 8, 2020
Uncle Jide was easily one of the most cool headed person i have met in my entire life. He was easy going and genuinely cared for everyone around him. Always looked out for me growing up and was the “Big Bro” to everyone on Gbeto Street. Still lost for words but i am sure he’s in a better place. I pray for Divine Grace and Strength for His Amazing wife, Beautiful Children and the Olowolagba’s. Rest Well Uncle Jide, forever in our Hearts.

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