Posted by david adepoju on March 1, 2021
mommy was a very strong pillar in our church for a very long time, everybody truly loves her, all her deeds were deeply appreciated by all of us.. She will be missed so much by all of us. She was a very kind and humble woman of God, i remember calling her a day after we received the yearly devotional book, late jan 2021, and we talked at length for almost 30 mins. My prayer is that our good God will sustain and comfort all the family members and the church she left behind, and may God grant her eternal life.
Posted by Thelma Frederick-stewart on February 28, 2021
Mummy Ajayi, you been an angel on earth to me. Coming to Calvary, I have not felt such a pain on hearing of your being called from your earthly ministry. You have been such an inspiration to me and my family. When you and I and my husband would be discussing the gifts for the women, or ideas for the men. We became so close when I moved to Queens and you daddy and me would ride home together from Wednesday prayer meeting and having those beautiful lively conversations which I miss so much I got to know when I was going to be scolded either by which name I was called (Thelma, Sis. Stewart or aunty Thelma). Even not knowing my mom you would give me monetary gift to take to her and so much friendship and support for the Pathfinders, on and off the board..I will love you forever mummy. God love you more. Take your rest until we all meet on that glorious resurrection morn.
Daddy, God will be the strength of you and the children and the rest of the family
Posted by Seun Atolagbe on February 28, 2021
Sincere and deepest condolences to the Ajayi family at large. It was such an honor to know our dear Mommy, who is certainly unforgettable. Mommy left an undeniable, admirable and inspirational legacy that is worthy of emulating. I will miss her random check-ins and prayers. I/we are comforted in knowing that this is not a good-bye but a see you later until Christ's return.
Posted by Adegbenga Osunlana on February 28, 2021
Big Mummy as fondly called by us around you!!!!! Sleep well in the bosom of your creator. Words are not enough to express my Family shock at the hearing of your demise. We shall miss you dearly, especially your Small Alhaji, I could not have courage to inform him yet until he's back from school. Our dear Big Mummy, we love you but heaven is rejoicing having you. Sleep well till the resurrection day when all souls shall meet again. Sleep on our dear Mummy!!!!!
Posted by Shade Dada on February 28, 2021
On behalf of the Samson Dada family,
we thank Mommy for all the love and support she gave our family over the years. We appreciate all her efforts in making Calvary 1st Nigerian SDA church feel like a home away from home for us. We thank God for the opportunity of knowing you and we pray that we will meet again in heaven.

Daddy, Temitayo, Olumide, Bola, Taiwo, Kehinde and family please know that we are lifting up all of you in prayer. We pray that God will continue to comfort and strengthen you all in Jesus name (amen).
Posted by James Oyedijo on February 28, 2021
Sending my condolences to the extended Ajayi family. I’ll never forget hanging out with your family at your home after church, as a youth. You are all in my prayers.
Posted by Isaac and Juliet Ajayi on February 28, 2021
A rare gem has gone. Mommy, you will forever be in our memory. You lived a life worthy of emulation. You touched so many hearts and all your good work will live after you and not be forgotten.
  Daddy Kola Ajayi, you will miss mommy so much, we pray that the good Lord will forever comfort you. We pray for the children and the family members the Lord will be your guide day and night. Adieu mommy, we love you but God loves you more. Sunre o, dear mommy till we meet to part no more.
Posted by AJAO EZEKIEL on February 28, 2021
It is unbelievable! It came to us as a rude shock. Alas, a wonderful, amiable and extremely open minded and a very sincere sister, friend and confidant has gone home to rest. Thank you for your love, genuine concern for us and others, you will be forever missed. Dear sister Moni, you have fought a good fight, you have finished your pilgrimage here as assigned by the Almighty Father. A crown of glory is waiting for you. It was well with you IJMN. It shall be well with brother Kola, all your children, your grandchildren. All of them shaii hug and embrace you at the resurrection day. We love you but God loves you more than any of us can imagine. Beloved, sleep on until the resurrection day when we shall meet to part no more.
From: Prof. & Mrs. Lasun Ajao.
Posted by David Onatunde on February 28, 2021
Mommy Ajayi, thank you for being a true friend and a loving mother. You will surely be missed.

Daddy Ajayi and family, may God's comfort continue to abide with you, as you come to terms with the loss of a loving wife, mother, grandmother and sister.

Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus!!
Posted by Adenike Adedoyin on February 27, 2021
Mummy Ajayi, it was a rude shock for me to hear about your passing away.your love for everyone around you,most especially to me and my family when we joined Calvary first Nigeria SDA.I cherish your prayer life and your heart of giving.I believe you're resting with your maker till resurrection morning .goodnight Mummy Ajayi and my condolences to Daddy and all the Ajayi's .
Posted by Marcia Gillespie on February 27, 2021
I was saddened to hear of the death of a lovely lady of virtue and calm- Josephine Ajayi.
On behalf of my family and the NEC Medical Missionaries in Brooklyn NY,
Brother David, please know we are praying for you and your family.
May the God of Heaven grant you all His eternal comfort and peace
Posted by Iyabo Ariyo on February 27, 2021
To The Ajayi Family,

We are deeply saddened by the loss of Mummy Ajayi. Mummy was an extraordinary woman of God who was loving and caring to everyone. She was genuine and sincere in her words and actions, and concerned about the well being of others. A beautiful person on the inside and out who will be greatly missed. We look forward to meeting again on that glorious resurrection day. Until then, know that our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May The Lord uphold and strengthen you, and give you the peace that surpasses all understanding.

Love Tunji and Iyabo Ariyo.
Posted by Mary Adeniyi on February 26, 2021
Mummy Ajayi, I was so sad to learn of your passing. I wish I had don’t a better job staying in touch. Seeing you just a few months ago, I remember saying to myself that I would check in with you “soon”; but I took it for granted that there was time to do that.

Daddy Ajayi and family, I am so sorry for your loss. When someone is larger than life, the hole they leave is that much more painful. My love and prayers are with you all.

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