ForeverMissed
This website is created in memory of our loved one, Kehinde Olalekan Oluwatobiloba Lala, who joined the saints triumphant on the 19th of September, 2019. He was a dear son, brother, husband, uncle, cousin and father.  He will be remembered forever.

''In the way of righteousness is life, and in its pathway there is no death." Proverbs 12:28. 

Tobi, lives joyfully on the glorious side of bliss...

Commendation and farewell Service holds on Thursday, 26th September 2019 at Scripture Pasture Christian Center, Off The Polytechnic road, Sango, Ibadan
Posted by Taiwo Longe on July 19, 2020
I miss you again today Tobi! Your picture kept coming, just now I found out that today is 19th! I read the latest soothing words OreOfe dropped now, u are just so super. I remember also your tender touch on someone's cheek, like Mrs Longs, why worry! Thank you for living!
Posted by Oreofe Lala on June 21, 2020
This year's Fathers day brought so many memories. My heart is so full I don't know where to start from. You were such a lovely father to our children and to me. You were our playmate (Ah! The non-endimg tickle time), you were there teacher (you had so many innovative and educative ideas up your sleeves), pastor, daddy and many more. There was hardly anything you couldn't do, you could take their bath (even as babies), feed them, back them and all the conniving you used to do (fond memories), etc You lived an exemplary life.
It's so encouraging and comforting to see how much you have engraved yourself in them as they talk about you, refer you to many times, listen to your recorded voice with so much excitement. For a long time after you left, Tolufe was still calling you "sweetheart" as she speaks with your photo (smiles) Tolubi still remembers many conversations you had. You were so close with them! God's grace has been sustaining them and I'm super grateful to God for the impact you had in their lives , they are unforgettable! Even though your time was short, you remain indelible in our hearts. I love and miss you my sweetheart. T-Bobo and Tife-mama miss you. Rest on beloved, we're keeping our hope alive. We shall see again and rejoice evermore



Posted by Azeez Jumoke on May 14, 2020
Happy Posthumous Birthday bro Tobi,I remembered how we celebrated your last year birthday with Finemama,hmmmm you are always in my memory with your smiles,words of encouragement,I know you are enjoying yourself in heaven,and one day we shall all be together with the Lord.rest on biggie.
Posted by Afolabi Ibironke on May 14, 2020
Continue to rest on dear brother...... U are forever missed
Posted by Tosin Akinyinka on May 14, 2020
You are always fondly remembered.
Posted by Taiwo Longe on May 14, 2020
Triumphant Saint Tobi yoked to Christ! We thank God for your life well spent! The Lord of mercy keep all your loved ones in Jesus name.
Your commendation service is unforgettable!Rest on!
Posted by MORONFOLU IGE on May 14, 2020
Happy Posthumous Birthday Boss. Death can only take you away from us, but it can never take the memories we made together. Keep resting in heaven
Posted by Oshundele Bunmi on May 14, 2020
Oluwatobi Lala, on this occasion of your 39th birthday, you are remembered and forever missed. Rest on in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on May 14, 2020
Happy posthumous birthday to the best brother in the whole wide world. You are missed but remembered forever, enjoy your day guys. Sure it will be more fun with sis by your side, sleep on soldier.
Posted by Oreofe Lala on March 22, 2020
Our 7th wedding anniversary on the 16th brought me fresh memories of how it all began. Our union was a unique one; can't fully put it into words. My first and only one to be in love with. These memories are still alive and fresh, I cherish them so much and they make me feel your presence around me. However, it's also a great comfort, assurance and consolation that you're in total joy, peace and glory that cannot be compared to the best things this world can ever offer. I am also fully assured and hopeful of us seeing each other again and when we do we have a lot to catch up on. 1 Cor 13:12 TPT " For now we see but a faint reflection of riddles and mysteries as though reflected in a mirror, but one day we will see face-to-face. My understanding is incomplete now, but one day I will understand everything, just as everything about me us understood". 
God has been faithful. He has never reneged on His promise of never leaving nor forsaking us, being with us always. I know the Judge of the whole earth will always do right. I love you always Oluwatobi.. Your impact, love in fact everything about you, remains indelible on my heart
Sleep on beloved...
Posted by Taofik Adetoro on March 17, 2020
The pain is still fresh, just like yesterday. Similarly, I can still see your smile and hear your voice just like yesterday. These I can't forget. You're forever in our hearts. Sleep well Egbon. Sleep well
Posted by Azeez Jumoke on March 16, 2020
Bro Tobiloba,how I wish you are still with us physically to celebrate your 7th year wedding anniversary.but all the same feel your spirit with us all the time.sleep well egbon mi atata.
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on March 16, 2020
Happy 7th wedding anniversary, I know you be talking about how beautiful your union was here on earth. How you proposed to the most beautiful soul on earth. Thanks for finding me such a wonderful sister and friend that sure fits your space beautifully. Love and miss you Biggie
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on February 28, 2020
I miss you bro, sleep on. You know I carry you in my heart always
Posted by MORONFOLU IGE on February 27, 2020
It's 5months now that you left us but the memory is still fresh. Since the loss of you,
I've learned to live for each day
And take it as a blessing,
Knowing it may not always be this way.
I miss you Uncle Tobi Lala, rest on till we meet again
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on January 18, 2020
Its 4months without you u in it, Sun re o Oluwatobiloba. I love you
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on December 19, 2019
It's exactly 3months you left this world, your departure has taught me alot. Nothing last forever, this world is vanity, spend precious time with loved ones, family because no one know tomorrow. I'm glad I was part of the few that got to speak with you before your departure, you literally told me all your plans and wishes. I will cherish that forever and continue with your legacy. I remembered how we laughed out loud even on your sick bed, I miss you so so much biggie. Keep resting my dearest brother
Posted by Oreofe Lala on November 28, 2019
It was from one level of beauty to another, sweeter and sweeter was our journey together. It was a beauty to behold, a bond so visible. I enjoyed the companionship I've always desired in a marriage; beautiful, fruitful and enjoyable was it. I miss you everyday my sweetheart. However, by God's grace and mercy, I'm keeping the hope alive. We shall meet again!
Posted by Omowumi Ifedayo on November 24, 2019
I never met you nor any of your relatives uncle Tobi!!! But anytime I think or remember you're gone I can't control my tears, I dunno why?? How I wish I've met you before your departure at least to know this person that everybody is missing, you've live a good life sir everyone is saying good about you, this is Worth your gate pass into even, you always make me remember nothing is ours in this life! Continue to rest in the blossom of the lord biggie!!! YOUR MEMORY LIVES ON!!!!!
Posted by Azeez Jumoke on November 20, 2019
Sweet Egbon always in my memory still like getting to work and see ur face again and again with ur loving smiles. hmmmm,but like you told me,we should continue doing good that is what make you to be where you are today.i pray God will grant us grace to end well. love you brother,rest on in your father massion.
Posted by Oshundele Bunmi on November 20, 2019
Two months you are gone, but still looks like a dream. Your memories lingers on. Rest on Friend in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Oshundele Bunmi on November 20, 2019
Two months you are gone, but still looks like a dream. Your memories lingers on. Rest on Friend in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on November 19, 2019
2months without you sucks....... rest on biggie, forever in my heart brosie
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on November 16, 2019
I cherish every sec spent with you. 2months ago we were still chit chatting telling you I need you out of that sick bed and prayed for you to get better. You have left a big vacuum, thou I have always dread this day will come but never expected it this soon. Thanks for been the best brother, best buddy, best partners, it's hard living life without you. My tears are because I miss you, keep resting Olamilekan Alade in the blossom of the Almighty. The Judge of the whole earth that decided to end your journey, till we meet to part no more.... your babe
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on November 16, 2019
I miss you biggie!!! Forever in my heart. Sleep on my dearest brother
Posted by Tunrayo Akinribido on October 26, 2019
Even after a month, it's still hard to believe. You're in a much better place now and that's what matters. Your love for God and all around you, your warmth, your contageous laughter and your humility will not be forgotten.
Till we meet again Biggie!!!
Posted by Oshundele Bunmi on October 22, 2019
Oluwatobi, its a month already, you left this sinful world. Your memory lingers on. You lived a life worthy of emulation. You were a peacemaker, and your love for God and your wife is also worthy of emulation. I cant forget, your desires to promote her business as we discussed.
Thank you Ore- ofe for showing Tobi a sacrificial and unconditional love, Ore- ofe you are a rare gem. May God continue to be with you and the children.
Posted by Afolabi Ibironke on October 20, 2019
It's a month already...... Everyone is really missing you, continue to rest in d lord. We find solace in God
Posted by Afolabi Ibironke on October 20, 2019
Hmmmmm.... Tobi lala, how I miss u so much, I knew u back then in school n u are a soldier I must say...... U are full of energy, influencing everyone around u and encouraging them, and seeing the love in ur home and ur love for God n giving my friendship speed so far, helping her to actualize her dreams... U have indeed fought a good fight. We love u but God loves you most...... Plz continue to rest in d bosom of d lord.may d lord comfort ur wife, children, siblings and everyone.
Posted by Olufunke Shoremekun on October 20, 2019
One month already, Wow it's like you are still here. I have this boy in my class that looks like you and he reminds me of you everytime I look at him. You went to meet our heavenly father on a very special day which coincides with my son's birthday. I cry no more cos you are with the heavenly father but I cant forget you never. I talk about to my colleagues who never met you, about your impeccable wisdom and humility.
I will forever remember you bro
Posted by Taiwo Longe on October 19, 2019
I'll raise a Halleluyah....louder than the unbelieve!
I didn't even know so much of TobiDabigone as I thought! Many of your friends testified to much more at the Commendation of u. U will remain Forevermissed!It's one month!
Posted by Azeez Jumoke on October 18, 2019
Whaoo time flies, exactly a month ago.can't still believe you have gone to be with the Lord,when I resumed at work waiting to hear rokiba has u always called my name.but nothing like that no more,many plenty gists and alots more.bro Tobi your memories still fresh in my memory always.... Missing u so much.you will always be in my heart.
Posted by Olufeyisetan Lala on October 18, 2019
It's exactly a month ago that you left this sinful world to join the saint triumphant, you have finished the race. I'm still trying to wake up from that sleep that you no more, you meant the world to me. I know you sitting with the Father in majesty and free from all the pains and agony of this world, its left for us to do the needful to reunite with you in glory. God has turned this mourning into dancing, lifted our sorrows with the good works, legacies, lives you've impacted and how you diligently served the Lord with all your might, soul, body and strength. My tears are because I miss you, my tears are because you gone for a short while and I can't see or speak with you but afterall the shedding I'm thankful you in a better place and you literally laid down your life for the family as you bleed to death like Jesus did to interceed for us. My hope and joy is that we will see you again with your many crowns of glory, your mom, grandma, wifey, sister, brothers, in laws, friends misses you. I love you Biggie... Sleep on Soldier of Christ
Posted by Adeteju Adeyanju on October 1, 2019
So Oluwatobi Omokehinde Olalekan Lala.....left this sinful world to join the angels triumphant!!!

Tobi..hummmm, your life gave not just me, but all your friends and colleagues a gentle reminder that ....

This world is not our own...and we should tread softly,

This life is vanity, we should live simply....

God can call anyone home, we should be kind to others,

We should impact lives in our own little way we didn't bring anything...not one thing except what God deposited in us for the use of man.

Omokehinde Olalekan Omo Lala..........you have done your part, well done! Sleep on till we meet to part no more!
Adieu my wonderful Brother and Friend!
Posted by Samson Funminiyi Akinade on September 29, 2019
Rest in peace.
God will continue to be with the families in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen.
Posted by Olawale Olaniyan on September 28, 2019
Uncle Tobi, I have a lot to say, yet I do not know how to say it, I will keep it short though, You have lived and lived well, You gave life a meaning to people around You, it was such a great privilege to have you as a brother without blood ties, I miss you already, Folakemi misses you too, we know we will surely meet again, Rest on Egbon, Good bye, Good night.
Posted by Deborah Olaogun on September 27, 2019
My first encounter with you was a lovely one, subsequent encounters were even lovelier and greater. You and my sister were my second parents. You were more than a brother in law, you were a brother. The way you and my sister loved each other was second to none. You truly were an effective priest, yes, I saw that on my visit to your home many times. I remember when I had that burn accident, you spoke sense to my head and told me to be grateful, cos I was ready to give up. Well, I'm also grateful that you're with the cloud of witnesses up there raising your hallelujah! Your Jibuya(as you fondly called me ) would miss you. Rest on soldier, see you on resurrection morn!
Posted by Enoch Oluwaseun on September 27, 2019
I was in your house once and I felt literal peace. Such is the ambiance you carry.
I pray for more strength for your family.
Posted by Adewusi Pelumi on September 27, 2019
You are a rare gem that touched many lives on your little sojourn on earth. You will be greatly missed for all your good works as commanded by our Lord Jesus Christ . Sleep on in the bosom of the Lord, our indefatigable boss, brother and colleague.
Posted by Seun Agbebi on September 27, 2019
Hmmmm, you gave me the name sunshine and that's what you called me. You were selfless, always apt to help. If you saw a frown or sad face on me you made sure you lit up my countenance.

Your smile I will surely miss. PP lab was not a stress just because you were there and EVER ready to help even giving discounts.

You have always been a fighter right from the time we knew each living together in the same compound.

We love but God definitely loves you so much more.

Rest on my sunshine till we meet again at His feet.
Posted by SHALOM ESQ on September 27, 2019
HELLO SOLDIER

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Hello Soldier, this is your captain speaking.

So sorry I’ve not check on you in a while.

I got to know at 0400 hours 20th day of September 2019 that our General gave you another mission.

This mission (I hear) is to join the cloud of witnesses in the heavenly battalion.

Apostle Paul says To live is Christ, do die is gain!! Heaven truly gained an angel, a worthy ambassador & a very strong soldier.

We deeply feel a sense of loss (& we should as humans), however we don’t sorrow like people on the other side. We are allowed to sorrow however with hope that:

(1) You are resting now.

OLUWATOBILOBA, I know how strong you were!
You kept fighting with a smile on your face.

The Matriarch of the house (Pastor Sarah Johnson) told us that at some point during the struggle you saw the other side & chose GLORY.

God will not violate a man’s will no matter how much or how hard we prayed.

So we submit to God’s will & celebrate your life, your love & your legacy.

(2) We will see you again!!

Be advised OLALEKAN that now that you are up there, we will do everything in our power by the mercies of God to make heaven so as to see you again!

Pastor Olubi Johnson told us that the summary of this event is that we must get closer to God.

And I challenge everyone here to do the same.

Get the latest weapons from our General’s arsenal & let’s wage war to the very end.

To the medical personnel out there, (here is your challenge) let’s find a permanent solution to Sickle Cell Anemia (the disease that plagues the African Genome) so that our young and bright sons & daughters can live a long & fulfilling life ( at least we’ve put a man on the moon & probed the surface of Mars already while attempting to breach the sun), I am ready to fight this too, just give me a call & i'll be there.                   

This family has gone through a lot over the years & we overcame every wave & obstacle every single time.

This will not be an exception!!!!

KEHINDE has been sown as a seed now (Say hi to TAIWO for me), however the impact of this will shake the world for God & the devil will regret this & say “Had I known”.

Hey Devil you can throw us your best shot at us & like the 3 Hebrew boys in the fiery furnace, WE WILL STILL NOT BOW as our God is able.....

BIGGY!! We will all miss you ( especially your lovely wife & children), however in all things we give thanks despite the situation as God still gave us the space & chance to be thankful.
We will try to breach the gap to the best of our ability & make sure you are super proud of them.

To our friends & family ( both physical & spiritual), we thank you so much for your show of love & support in this trying time.

Your presence here today is a sure sign of how deeply this son of the LALA clan has touched your lives & we are grateful.

I pray we will not gather like this again & the next invite from us will be much more celebratory than this.

Hello Soldier, this is your captain speaking.... I know where you are now......

Peace out Kid Brother.

Oluseyi Olaolu LALA
Posted by Yomi Newton on September 26, 2019
What can I say of you ? No word can describe you as you . You brought humanity to God ,you made a note of everything. You were a brother ,a true friend a solid encourager, a torch bearer ,a shining light , a great admirer , kind ,firm and straight. You believed it could be done and it's done. You are no more but your works speak live continually. Adieu my brother that I never saw to hug. Sleep well !
Posted by Oluwakemi Adeyemo on September 26, 2019
My heart is still broken and I'm in tears .I can't question you Lord, but you know best.
Tobi , though you left early but you served well. Rest on dear brother. I will miss you so much.
Dear Lord please give the family the fortitude to bear this Loss.
Posted by Oladayo Oyebanji on September 26, 2019
Oluwatobiloba lala continue to rest in the blossom of the lord where there is no weeping and gnashing of teeth. I knew you when you came to serve your fathers land in oauthc,you are ever smiling and no dull moment anywhere you are.We are all sojourners in this world, at one time or the other we will all get to our bus stop and alight.You av gotten to your own bus stop and av alighted,may the lord console your wife,be an husband to her and father to your children accomplish what you av not waited to do for your children.
Posted by Rita Onyemaechi on September 26, 2019
Oluwatobiloba lives on.

You are alive in Christ Jesus.
Your impact in my life as friend and Colleague can never be forgotten.
You always encourage a cheerful mood. You are a team player. Ever available to put smile on people's face.
May God keep everyone you left in this world.
Rest in peace my brother.
Till we meet at Jesus' feet
Posted by Afolabi Ibironke on September 26, 2019
Hmmmmm.... Tobi lala, how I miss u so much, I knew u back then in school n u are a soldier I must say...... U are full of energy, influencing everyone around u and encouraging them, and seeing the love in ur home and ur love for God n giving my friendship speed so far, helping her to actualize her dreams... U have indeed fought a good fight. We love u but God loves you most...... Plz continue to rest in d bosom of d lord.may d lord comfort ur wife, children, siblings and everyone.
Posted by Oseni Oluwafemi on September 26, 2019
I didn't meet you physically but your works speak for you. You have blazed the trail for others to emulate and I have no doubt that in this your earthly sojourn you are fulfilled. I pray for Strength for your wife and children in this trying time. Amen.
Posted by Roseline Idawari-Akiga on September 26, 2019
Tobi, I thank God for the time we spent together and also for all you taught me. May God comfort your family especially your wife and children.
Rest in Christ.
Posted by Ayodele Fayiga on September 26, 2019
Hon. Tóbi Lala..... Hmm, its well, your demise was a very rude shock to me, but I believe you are done with your assignment and it's time for u to go home. You were very meticulous in your dealings and always wearing a big smile.... I kno u are in paradise and also God will give us all the fortitude to bear your absence I won't call it loss.... Sleep on brother, sleep well... The battle is over
Posted by Joy Emmanuel on September 26, 2019
Hmmmm! it is well. I'm always very glad each time I see you because you did not allow your health status to limit you in any way, always smiling, very kind, even when I came to see you on your sick bed I believed God that you're going to push through but God knows all, your death opened up a revelation in my heart, I will miss you my dear brother and colleague, continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus May God comfort the entire family and grant them grace to stand strong.
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Posted by Taiwo Longe on July 19, 2020
I miss you again today Tobi! Your picture kept coming, just now I found out that today is 19th! I read the latest soothing words OreOfe dropped now, u are just so super. I remember also your tender touch on someone's cheek, like Mrs Longs, why worry! Thank you for living!
Posted by Oreofe Lala on June 21, 2020
This year's Fathers day brought so many memories. My heart is so full I don't know where to start from. You were such a lovely father to our children and to me. You were our playmate (Ah! The non-endimg tickle time), you were there teacher (you had so many innovative and educative ideas up your sleeves), pastor, daddy and many more. There was hardly anything you couldn't do, you could take their bath (even as babies), feed them, back them and all the conniving you used to do (fond memories), etc You lived an exemplary life.
It's so encouraging and comforting to see how much you have engraved yourself in them as they talk about you, refer you to many times, listen to your recorded voice with so much excitement. For a long time after you left, Tolufe was still calling you "sweetheart" as she speaks with your photo (smiles) Tolubi still remembers many conversations you had. You were so close with them! God's grace has been sustaining them and I'm super grateful to God for the impact you had in their lives , they are unforgettable! Even though your time was short, you remain indelible in our hearts. I love and miss you my sweetheart. T-Bobo and Tife-mama miss you. Rest on beloved, we're keeping our hope alive. We shall see again and rejoice evermore



Posted by Azeez Jumoke on May 14, 2020
Happy Posthumous Birthday bro Tobi,I remembered how we celebrated your last year birthday with Finemama,hmmmm you are always in my memory with your smiles,words of encouragement,I know you are enjoying yourself in heaven,and one day we shall all be together with the Lord.rest on biggie.
his Life

Early Life and Family Background

Kehinde Oluwatobiloba Olalekan Lala, fondly called 'Biggie Dabigone',  was born on Thursday, May 14th, 1981 into the family of Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Olusola Lala as one of a set of twins and the third child out of five children.
As a child, he was always there for everyone, what one could call the 'Daniel' of the house. As a peacemaker, he knew how to deal with his siblings peacefully and took time to study each one, carefully dealing with everyone at their different levels.
He always had pleasant jokes to lighten up the day, leaving everyone with cracked ribs from laughter.
He was a cooperative, gentle and loving child and always made his parents and sibling proud.

Education & Work Life

Biggie started his primary school education at Jekobosi Ideal Nursery/Primary School at Ibadan. Afterwards, he proceeded to Abadina College UI, Ibadan for his secondary education. He later went to Methodist Grammar School, Bodija, from where he graduated in 1999.
In 2002, he went to the University Teaching Hospital to study Medical Laboratory Science and then proceeded to Ladoke Akintola University of Technology to finish his Bachelor of Science degree in 2009. In 2010, he went to UCH for his internship and then went for his NYSC programme in Osogbo. He was redeployed to Ife where he served at the IHVN laboratory in OAUTHC.

He came back to Ibadan after his youth service and stayed for a few months doing the things he loved to do before working with Babcock University, Ilisan Remo between 2011 and 2012. In November 2012, he started working with PPP Lab in UCH as a Medical Laboratory Scientist. He was recently promoted to the position of Chief Medical Laboratory Scientist, making him the most senior Hematologist in the unit.

Love, Marriage and Family Life

Biggie met his wife Oreofe in UCH and they grew inseparable by the day. They spent their early days as true friends and started dating when he got into LAUTECH.

They got married on 16th March 2013 and are blessed with 2 beautiful kids, Eyitoluwabi and Eyitoluwafe. He loved his children and nurtured them with the doctrine of Christ. He was an exemplary father and always taught by practical examples, making it easy for his children to emulate him.
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The Giant of a man.

Shared by Abiola Fashina on September 26, 2019
  1. Bro, your gentleness has made you great. You lived as a giant of the man. Adieu. 
Ore, so short of words but I pray that;
"Now our Lord Jesus Christ himself, and God, even our Father, which hath loved us, and hath given us everlasting consolation and good hope through grace,
...Comfort your hearts, and stablish you in every good word and work.

(2 Thessalonians 2:16-17)

Tobi Lala - Many lives, one lifetime

Shared by Taofik Adetoro on September 26, 2019
For a long time I couldn't bring myself to write anything. Your images, your voice, our last conversation and a whole lot of other memories kept propping up, bringing a crude mixture of sadness and anger. It all changed this morning. 

This morning, I realized you lived your one lifetime like everyone else will but you have affected so many lives - something only few humans get to do in their lifetime. You're a prime example of John Bunyan's  statement "You have not lived until you do something for someone who can never repay you". You didn't do for someone, you did for people. Many people. You lived just 38 years but the lives you affected transcends way beyond 38 years.

Many people remember BDI as the organization you co-founded where numerous blood donations were achieved, which went into saving lives. What most do not know is the lives of the BDI community that you affected. Everyone close to you learnt a leadership style from you that still benefits us today. We still learnt leadership, until your demise, from your blogs and WhatsApp stories. What most don't know is you didn't just push us to do good through BDI, you pushed and worked on us to be better even after when we all got scattered over the globe. You checked on us regularly, gave us job links, further education links and business opportunities. You were a rare gem, and that's why the tears won't stop flowing.

You lived 38 years but you've touched so many lives many can only wish or aspire ro. The effect of BDI, your back to school programs and others,  and your influence on people around you can never be quantified.  

You went too soon Tobi Lala but you lived an exemplary life. Thank you for being you. I'm grateful for being part of your journey on earth.

Thank you and rest well. Rest well Egbon.

Dear Nephew...

Shared by Bola Bolaji on September 25, 2019
Beautiful soul, loving heart, kind & compassionate
Attentive, sensitive, cheeky, jovial, smiles from deep within...completely sold out for Christ!
I imagine the joy in the Father's Heart, seeing His saint coming home...Oh what joy in Heaven!
Here on earth i weep but not for you
I weep for those of us you left behind
I weep for the many years before we meet again at the Throne Room
But it will not be long
For a thousand years are but one day in His Presence
Go on Tobi, for you are now amongst the cloud of witnesses cheering the rest of us on
To run the race the way our Father wills us to run
Strong, swift and focused, just like you ran yours
Miss you...love you always, dear nephew
Oore, Tolubi and Tolufe, my love to you, peace and comfort to you. In this also, Christ Jesus has gotten the victory
Love to all the family
 Aunty Bola xxx