Let the memory of Karimot be with us forever
  • 53 years old
  • Born on February 20, 1963 .
  • Passed away on June 15, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Karimot Idowu 53 years old , born on February 20, 1963 and passed away on June 15, 2016. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Olaide Osifeso on June 15, 2019
Not a single day goes by without you in my thoughts.The memories we made together are all we have now and I can assure I'm going to treasure them forever. We miss you sis.
Posted by Olamide Missa on June 15, 2019
Thinking of you today and always. Love you sis
Posted by Ololade Funsho on February 21, 2019
I remember you and smile. Aunty K......Are you ok I wonder, I pray so.
Posted by Abi Idowu on February 20, 2019
I think about you everyday... And I miss you more and more.. A times... I want to close my eyes and open them to see your smile... Alhamdulilahi... Your impact and footprint lives on... Happy birthday
Aunty K xx
Posted by Olamide Missa on February 20, 2019
Another birthday. We still cry, even though we promised not to. May Allah make it easier for us
Posted by Olaide Osifeso on April 8, 2018
I miss you sis, soo much but Allah knows best. One year after you left, Demola died too. Too hard to bear. I am just taking each day as it comes. May Allah grant you both Jannah.
Posted by Ololade Funsho on June 15, 2017
Always in our hearts Aunty K
Posted by Hafees Missa on June 15, 2017
I celebrate you today aunt K! I miss you every day.
Posted by Olamide Missa on June 15, 2017
It's been one year of what ifs and why's(Astagfirullah). But in the midst of all that, it's also been a year of moving closer to Allah, of self discovery, of learning resilience, of acceptance. You would have thought the tears would have dried up by now,lol. But now we know you're in a good place, and I think that's the first step towards healing. I know you would have hated us mourning you for so long, so we are moving to phase 2: celebrating your life. Alhamdulillah!. Your life was full of ups and downs but through it all you remaned steadfast in your faith. So to celebrate you today, I'll (try to) drink a bottle of coke. I ate rice yesterday. But I can never try that yucky avocado and bread thing. Sorry. I love you but no way.

The girls are doing great, Atinuke looked gorgeous in her school dance outfit. Tunrayo is now a self taught hair stylist, and they both play soccer in school( You should have bought them ballet outfits instead of jeans
Posted by Bose Funsho on June 15, 2017
Rest on sweet sister.
Posted by Abi Idowu on May 25, 2017
Abbey boy...she will call me ...your love is absolute . .. Your care 100 % genuine ... and your infinite support is beyond imagination....
Everyday I think about you - everyday I question why you had to go ....very difficult to comprehend talk-less of accepting but I have no choice ..I just have to accept ... Not too sure if I can to be honest but I just have to say I accept ..It was you - thought me to love unconditionally and you showed me love unconditionally. .. You thought me to persevere and always embody simplicity , humility and respect . treat anyone and everyone the way I want them to treat me ....our last conversation ended with take care of the twins .. I pray Allah accepts all your prayers, aspirations and wishes for Tinu and Tutu... Continue to rest in the bosom of Allah...May He accept all our prayers for you and yours ..Ameen ..love you sister xx
Posted by Olamide Missa on February 20, 2017
Today was rough day for us all, this time last year we were playing "guess aunty K's age" on whatsapp. I thank God for the life you lived, and I pray we all meet again in Al-Jannah
Posted by Ololade Funsho on February 20, 2017
We remember you today and always Aunty K! Love you.....
Posted by Olamide Missa on October 3, 2016
It's Atinuke's birthday tomorrow. It's going to be a tough day for us all. I am comforted by Allah, knowing, believing, that all your sins have been forgiven and that we'll meet again in Jannah, Insha Allah. It's been 4 months, it still hurts like it was yesterday. I pray this gets easier with time. I miss you so much, and I love you sis.
Posted by Olamide Missa on July 12, 2016
It's hard to believe you're gone. I still hear your voice in my head. May Allah get us through these difficult times. May He also help us bring up your kids the way you would have wanted to. I miss you so much sis.....
Posted by Nojim Oluwo on July 12, 2016
I fervently believe that the Almighty Allah (SWT) is the only one who could explain the reason why I have to drive thru a very UNUSUAL route to work in order for me to see you drove into the shopping centre @ exactly 4:30pm of Saturday, June 11, 2016. Around 9:30pm same day, I was informed that you were rushed to the Hospital after performing IFTAR (breaking of fasting), but never made it out ALIVE.
About 6days earlier, I came to discuss about a scholarship opportunity at my job which I wished to pass to Tinuke, but, because it was a boarding school you showed some reluctance simply because "you don't want to be TOO far from the kids". What an investment of LOVE.
To my mind, it's absolutely definite that the will of Allah (SWT) MUST be accepted without any question.
I therefore plead with the Almighty Allah (SWT) to please grant you peace and a resting place in his bosom and to continue to assist the entire Family to be able to be there for your kids regardless of the ANTICS/VENOM from your babies' Daddy.
Posted by Sayo Osifeso on July 12, 2016
Aunty k!!I can't believe you are gone,I miss you so much am very bad with keeping in touch you will always call me and say Feyisayo I wount stop calling you o" we would laugh it over, I kept postponing my trip to see you and the girls (I wish I dint) you were so sweet,loving,caring,gentle beautiful in and out. I'll always love you aunty K❤️❤️ Rest in peace God knows best...
Posted by Ololade Funsho on July 12, 2016
Aunty K. After the initial shock and hurt then came acceptance followed  an inner peace because I truly believe you are with the Lord. The questions in my head stopped coming and I know that is not of this world but of a Higher Being. I do however still hurt when I think of your children and mummy, the Lord is their strength. My only regret is not keeping in touch regularly but the sweet memories will suffice. Rest in peace Aunty K.

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