ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Omolara Omoyajowo, 28 years old, born on May 12, 1992, and passed away on May 6, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 28, 2021
Hey buddy, I’m here n thinking about you, I’m fighting the tears in my eyes, I’ve been crying too much and it still won’t change a thing. I hope that the network provider in heaven delivers my message to you. You’re in me, I feel n hear you everywhere. Oh shit! The tears dropped... I MISS YOU! If you’re somehow existing somewhere else, pls come back to me somehow. I want to experience you again. I love you, a lot. Pls show up in my dreams, I’ve been hoping.

My friend, everyone says I should take heart, I’ll take it coz it’s the way God wants it if you had your way pls always be in my corner, like you always have been. Pls ❤️
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 23, 2021
I wish I could turn back the hands of time, i don’t even know if I did the right things but I didn’t even know that you’d die, I never had such thoughts. I wish I could give you from my own life. But what do I even know about my own life...Truly, God knows the best, I honestly don’t know what to do, I pray that God consoles me. I’m missing you so much...
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 20, 2021
14 days like 14 years.
I've been in situations that I would have picked up my phone and told you... "Ah, I don Dey come, no worry if I come, we go figure something. Sebi na me and you" I regret that we didn't do as much together as I wanted, I regret that I didn't drag you out as many times as I was. I'm overly happy for the times you felt hanging out was a good idea, you were mostly in your shell.
I miss you more than words. I miss you Omolara... I wish heaven had a call phone. I want to talk to you.
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 15, 2021
9 days, and I’ve not come up with the perfect tribute... Only tears and imagination of you around me, Remember that I was in my lowest moments & moods before I lost you? It’s even worse now. I don’t even know where to pick my pieces from. I MISS YOU.
Posted by Ayomide Newo on May 12, 2021
DJ Larry, the last thing I thought I’ll be doing this year was writing a tribute. Thank you! For all that you were, for your heart for always been there, you didn’t know me from anywhere and you took me in, provided for me, you were like a big sister I didn’t have, even when I left you, you would still check in. I just hope you’re in a better place with your parents.
Till we meet to part no more ♥️♥️♥️
Posted by Akinyemi Adewale on May 12, 2021
Omolara mi, am not suppose to be writing this for u today been your birthday ,but God understands everything . Our one year of friendship means a lot and will last for ever because you were a gentle lady with pure mind and lots of respect . Omolara ! A young hard working lady like you is not common ,hmmmmm o! Death why? Good people don't last . What is it I won't miss about you? Our calls, chats, your ginger ,words of encouragements ,care , who will snap me again at work even if it's takes you to abuse me before doing it. I will for ever miss you my dear Omolara . Rest on till we meet at the lord's feet.
Posted by Taiwo Ogunlowo on May 12, 2021
As one of her neighbours, I feel so deeply sad that I knew nothing about her wellbeing albeit she lived a very private life. Lara was a peaceful and friendly person and, the few times I interacted with her, she spoke so softly and with mutual respect.

I pray that God grants her eternal rest in His blossom, Amen!!!
Posted by Omotunde Onigbanjo on May 12, 2021
Happy Posthumous birthday to my dearest friend and sister Omoyajowo Omolara Ajoke Basirat, your demise shocked me so much that i couldn’t believe it for days but now i’ve come to terms with the truth, you were invited by God to be His special guest and celebrate with host of angels in Heaven. We may be far apart living in two different worlds today, our memories are eternal and omnipresent in both worlds. I miss you more today more than i did yesterday but i’m being consoled with the thought that you’re in a better and safer place where there is light, joy, peace and everlasting bliss

Today, i commend you to Almighty God and entrust your soul in His hand. May you continue to rest in the arms of the Lord who formed you from dust and returned you to dust. May Christ who was crucified for you, bring you freedom and peace. May the Lord admit you into His garden of paradise. May Christ, the true Shepherd embrace you as one of His flock. May He forgive all your transgressions and set you among those He has chosen. May you see your Redeemer face to face and enjoy His vision forever. Amen I love you
Posted by Adeniyi Wumi Taiwo on May 11, 2021
It saddens my heart to have to write this because the world would have been privileged to experience the Omolara that I know. Our friendship was short but I will continue to hold on to the memories we shared. Especially that long walk we had in the midnight from that hotel to Ayomide’s house, we shared a lot of breathtaking laughter, I never knew that was the last time I was going to see you. I will miss our late night conversations my dear friend. I will forever miss you and I know u are in a better place now. Continue to Rest in power my dear friend
Posted by Faith Odunayo on May 11, 2021
I am weak! I don’t know what to say. I am in pain ! I still do not believe you are gone Molly!
Posted by Adewale Peter on May 11, 2021
Forever miss you, good heart lady ...
Posted by Jonathan Adesiyan on May 10, 2021
Great in power beautiful daughter of the most high may the angels guide you home safely
Posted by Taiwo Gbenle on May 10, 2021
Oh Lara, words fail me...
the last few weeks we spent together was amazing
You had a beautiful spirit
I can’t come to terms with your death
My sis Ayomide is doing all she can so no one experience what you did.
Oh Lara May your soul Rest In Peace
Posted by Fola-toriola Khadijah on May 10, 2021
LOVELY ANGEL IN HUMAN FORM
We met during our secondary school days,
Basirat is one of my school daughter then. You are a cheerful giver, you are always full of life, we relate like sisters, I remember those days you can call Senior Khadijah a million times. Your hug and Peck are pricelessly. All our memories together rings bell like it was yesterday. I had cried my eyes out, if only that can bring you back to us. ️️ Rest on my dear
Posted by Awere Mayowa on May 10, 2021
Am sorry the country's health sector failed you this way. May your soul rest in perfect peace
Posted by Adekunle Ligali on May 10, 2021
Whenever I check my work Rota and see I'm working a night shift with Lara's team... Mehn, the joy in my heart knows no bounds. Cos, you're the epitome of good vibes. A reason to want to work from 8pm till 4pm/5pm non stop. I tell myself "If Lara can do it with so much ginger, why shouldn't I?" There were a lot of things I really wanted to emulate about you... Your dedication, mental strength, positive vibes no matter the circumstance. You made people around you better. Got me out of a pinch one too many times. I love Omolara, and I miss you. But, I'll carry you in my heart, and mind cos that will be your legacy. You'll certainly forever in my heart ❤️
Posted by Adekunle Ligali on May 10, 2021
Omoyajowo Omolara Basirat, a couple of times, I love calling you by your full name. There was never a full moment with you, a lot of things I'll miss about you, that smile... That very smile after a long frown and i ask you why do you frown, you'll say "leave me o, country hard", then proceed to give me the best smile I've ever seen.
If not anything, your voice, face, and smile leaves a mark in my head. And I want it there forever.
Posted by Bernice Igechi on May 10, 2021
I never knew you, I only read the story about how you died and I feel so sad, we were age mates. I have dreams that I'm yet to work on and I'm sure you did too but your life was cut short by a failed system only six days to your 29th birthday. I pray you rest in perfect peace.
I'm so sorry because I'm sure this isn't when or how you wanted to leave.
RIP Lara... This is too painful.
Posted by Ezekiel Osho on May 10, 2021
I have not seen or met you in person, seeing post by your friend Chara was very sad to see,she has loved you more than anything,I don’t really know how to cope seeing her posting good things about you yet, you left so soon. A very sad story,I pray God grant you a peaceful sleep 
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 9, 2021
Lara, why did you have to die to trend?! I can’t cope! It’s too hard.
Posted by Ayowole Ekundayo on May 9, 2021
My heart broke as I read your story. I was so sad it turned out this. Nobody deserves to pass through this ordeal alone. Nobody deserves for their life to be cut short in their prime.

Even though I never knew you, I felt so angry that I was not there to help... I'm sorry things turned out this way.

Rest on Omolara 
Posted by Bolanle Ahmed on May 9, 2021
Omolara,
You are a good person with a good heart, its so painful you had to go this early for the good days you will forever be remembered! It's always fun to be with you during and after work hour, for that you have little and still share with your loved ones always wowed me, I will miss those good memories we have shared, the days I always be on your neck to buy me something and all ...

Rest in Power Lara!
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 9, 2021
I’ll give my tribute if you promise me that I’m dreaming! Plssss I don’t want to do any tribute. Where will I start from? Pls come back!!!
Posted by wisdom imasuen on May 9, 2021
Dear Lara,
I remember the first day i met you, when we just got newly employed into the Call Center and we were on training side by side,your zeal was outta this world wiv your questions and your vibe was addictive, i remember how you brought chips for us to snack on and boy were they delicious; you got me hooked on 'em chips,i remember last time i fell ill and you covered my work station for me teasing that i owed you, cos you were indeed bored sitting there doing nothing; you were among the few that had a personality who dragged one in no matter who it was,Dear Lara your death shook me to my core, as i type this i still feel the tears trickle down my cheeks; i remember our last convo when we passed each other, where i complimented your pic with the black gown and i said "fry us like the puff puff that we are, wiv dat ur black gown oo" you laughed so hard and said "chuks you started again" who would come and drop perfumes again on my desk again, Alas God knows best,indeed heaven gained a rare jewel,they dont make them like you no more, Rest well dear.
Posted by Temitayo Ayodele on May 9, 2021
I didn't meet you in person but I was introduced to you by a friend...
You wanted to do a quick CV review. After working on that, I saved your number and did promise to send you jobs that you fit into. Few days ago, your words to me were " wo, better bring my bracelets to Lagos".
I was shocked when I came across your picture with Rip....this is indeed a rude shock.
The tenacity with which you did business was enviable.... I was hoping I'd one day taste the chips you fried.
Even though we miss you here on earth, my only consolation is that you are in a better place and there is no failed health care system there.
Rest girl, God proved to us again that he only takes the best.
Posted by Esther Olaniyan on May 9, 2021
Omolara I never met you but I got to know you through Ayomide. You're such a sweet soul even without meeting you in person, you sold a perfume to me lesser than the price you normally sell without knowing who I was.
Each time I look at the perfume in my room it reminds me of you ☹
I pray God grants you eternal rest and accept your sweet soul. Continue to rest in God's bossom filled with everlasting peace. XOXO ❣❤
Posted by Demola T. Taiwo on May 9, 2021
I never physically met Lara but if my Aderenle called her a good friend, she was definitely a super human..

Rest on, Larry Billions, You will always be in our thoughts
Posted by Omotunde Onigbanjo on May 9, 2021
To think you saved several lives out of empathy and you couldn’t get the help you needed to survive saddens me the most. To think i saw your status every other day but never saw the one you posted on Wednesday pierced my heart, i would have definitely put a call through to ask what was going on. The other day you were involved in an accident on Kara bridge, you posted it on your status and i immediately put a call through when i saw it but you were like, it was just a minor injury that you already had first aid treatment and i shouldn’t bother. You were there for me last year when i fell ill, was diagnosed of both malaria and typhoid, saw so much pity in your eyes. You were like, “Omotunde, should i come and stay with you? I asked you not to bother because my Neighbours were all out for me. Despite not wanting to stress you, you would still buy pepper soup and bring to my house. No epistle can bring you back to us, i find it hard to sleep without using a pill. Wish you were here to feel and see how much love people really got for you. Only God can comfort us all especially Aunty Lola and Daddy Keisha. You picked Friday or Saturday to see a movie together by 6pm but you never saw that day. Hmmm! Iku d’oro, rest in power sister.
Posted by Seyifunmi kool on May 9, 2021
I have not met omolara in person but I have close friends who were very close to her,from our conversations and all I see about her on social media from time to time she was really a lady full of life and is sad that such a wonderful person left tooooo soon...Sun re o! Keep resting in peace omolara!
Posted by Oyebola Folarin on May 9, 2021
It is a pity Nigeria failed you and cut you short at prime. It is a pity the health system failed you and cut short your dreams of a sweet and beautiful future. May the good Lord rest well your soul.
Posted by Bunmi-Walker Adewale on May 9, 2021
Forever You will remain in my Heart.
Dear Lara, it was always different with you. From Eksu till we found ourselves in Lagos, you continued to shine. Tears flow from my eyes as i remember the untold words we kept mute about. How you will call me to share your testimonies of God's goodness in your life. Dear Lara, i looked forward to being with you to celebrate your birthday. But, you have conquered death. A faithful servant has transitioned home. Heaven has gained an Angel. You Earned your wings. I will cherish all of the moments. Forever, i love you.
Posted by Omotunde Onigbanjo on May 9, 2021
Hmmmm!Omolara Basirat Omoyajowo, still feels as tho it was a dream. We started as colleagues, we became very close friends and upgraded to being sisters. There was nothing we never discussed, from families to relationships to future plans, you were my gist partner. We never took anything too serious, we had silly fights that never lasted for 24hrs, you brought me out of my shell, as much as i love to keep to myself at times. You were a rare gem, so vibrant, selfless, hardworking and tenacious. I miss the Instagram tags, you’d tag me on tundeednut’s page, gistlover, instablog and even under several people’s post to come and do aproko. Your whatsapp status was always cruise, i remember one of our recent night shift, you came to where I was seated and was like, “Omotunde, i’m not happy” and I asked why? You said a lot that was on your mind, you cried and i told you to let it all out if that was gonna make you feel betterwe encouraged eachother and went to sleep even though you weren’t feeling sleepy. Omolara, would go all out for her loved ones even strangers o. Have you met anyone as blunt as Laraat some point I nicknamed her, “Mama Shokoti” because she doesn’t condone nonsense. I could go on and on, Lara herself na cruise She would say, “Wo, Omotunde boya ko lo mu olopa e wa, mo ti nawo perfume e” sho ma shi”, “Owo ti ku wazo” I miss you so much, your memories will forever linger. Love you Ajoke
Posted by Adebusola Yetunde on May 9, 2021
Omolara! I’m still in shock of your death , You’re such a wonderful soul, Anytime I have any little challenge you’re always hearing me out and always giving me a solution. We love you but God love more. Rest on Omolara.
Posted by Oluwabukola Otegbeye on May 9, 2021
I never knew you in person. Charah gave me your contact to chat you about fragrances. You attended to me so well, answered my questions without hesitation despite that i wasn't buying immediately. I was just making enquiries. You even prayed for my business too. You were such a warm person. May God grant you eternal rest Omolara.
Posted by Sanusi Aminat on May 9, 2021

You treated me like your own sister. You encouraged me that I can do better. You always tell me never to give up.You will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will never be forgotten You were amazing, selfless & hardworking. I will miss you more than word can say My sister Lara of Lagos❤️
Rest In Peace
Posted by NIGERIA. com on May 9, 2021
May you forever rest in peace Omolora. I pray God in his immerse mercy grant your family and friends the grace to go through this trying period. You will never be forgotten.
Adeiu Omolora
Posted by Sofiat Alabi on May 9, 2021
I might not know you as a person but I know you immediately after your departure, I felt sad that the world as lost another angle, I cried like I know you, I saw your remains then I know this life is all vanity. Rest in peace Omolara, may Almighty Allah forgive all your Shortcomings.
Posted by TOMIWA Adesanya on May 9, 2021
May the Lord forgive you of your sins and bring justice upon those who are responsible for your death.

Rest in peace Omolara
Posted by Ogunmola Joseph on May 9, 2021
Continue to rest on Omolara. It was painful to read the tragic occurrence to your death. Condolence to your friend that stayed with you during the plight. Days will differ.
Posted by Bakare Bimbola Smiles on May 9, 2021
Rest in Power Omolara
Thank you for everything.
May God forgive your sins and grant you eternal rest
Posted by Yetty Bisola on May 9, 2021
Omolara omolara
The very first day we met,you made me realize how pure you are omolara shared everything with me she didn’t even think she was meeting me for the first time ,angels will welcome you ,you are with God Alrdy omolara rest in power my darling friend we love you but God loves you more
Posted by Ayodeji Olushola on May 9, 2021
Omolara, I met you in 2009 and ever since then you've never for once fallen short of being amazing. I taunted you for years how i have never ate your food and you promised to cook for me when i am around which you kept to your promise. We speak daily even till dead of the night and you were never bored of my complains. I had an issue last year which i shared with you and i remember how you'd join me in prayers and at a point you took the prayers serious than i myself. I called you my special adviser on spiritual matters cos of how fervent you'd pray and fast with me and i remember you jokingly said i should put you on payroll as government officials do pay their advisers. I came around and got too busy for you, i hope i can ever forgive myself for this grievous offence. You loved me dearly and i took you for granted and acted nonchalantly and yet you sticked by me. Its so sad that we were both having a prayer session from tuesday night to the wee hours of wednesday. You called me to complain of chest pain and how you wanted to go buy gaviscon opposite your house, you came back telling me you are at the hospital and they gave you injection. You came back home feeling uneasy and i asked if i should call Ayo which you obliged and that scared the hell out of me cos you dont like to bother anyone. You called me at 10:58pm on wednesday to tell me you're at the hospital and i could see you're all sweaty and you couldn't breathe properly. I told you to relax, drop the call that i will call you in the morning and you promised to call me in the morning when you wake up. Omolara never made it to the morning, i got a message saying you left us. Of all the things i could have thought of, death was the last thing Omolara! This truly hurt my soul and i do not know how i will recover from this. You were fearless, hardworking, a goal getter and always happy about your little wins. It shouldnt have been you Omolara, but i guess we can not question God. Rest in peace Omolara Basirat Omoyajowo.
Posted by Olamide Abibat on May 9, 2021
Sis Lara, thank you for being a wonderful person, thank you for always pushing people around you to be better...I’ll always miss you
Posted by Damilola Kushimo on May 9, 2021
Rest in peace and power, dear sis.
Posted by Olaomo Oluwafolake on May 9, 2021
I sit around and watch the days go by Omolara. I look at your picture and ask, why did you have to die?

The last time I saw you at work was last week. We were supposed to work together but you came earlier. You were even admiring my Dread

You were hardworking when it comes to responding to emergency . No dull moment with you Omolara.You were fun to be with. A beautiful soul with an hustling spirit.
 
I pray God grant you Eternal Rest. We'll Miss you
Posted by gbadamosi oluwatomisin on May 9, 2021
we met first year in uni, omolarami its being bliss having you to call you my friend!
Going into the details of our friendship will shatter me more,
You made me food last saturday, and i later posted and said “”omolara you will make heaven, esp for the capri-sun” so sad i didnt know you were leaving in few days!
oremi oni lofinda, as i fondly call you, i am still in shock, we spoke almost everyday even till 7pm on wednesday ! i havent felt this much saddness in a long time. i miss you sorely boo, i really miss you.
Posted by Akinnuga Ayobami on May 9, 2021
May your soul rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Samson Imasuen on May 9, 2021
Never met in person but communicated anytime Wura was with her. "Baby Tancho" lol was the name called by Ayomide and Wura. Never a doll moment with her though speaking virtually.

"Samson wo, ma fi ore mi sere oo" she will scream from the phone.

Am happy I met you.

You definitely left a mark.

Rest in Power
Tancho.
Posted by Temilade Abiola on May 9, 2021
Still like a dream .You and Ayomide spent long minutes on phone that I was even smiling to what you guys were discussing thru her response. You spoke with my daughter, you asked of me and told her not to disturb and take care of her baby sister. fast forward to the next day in the evening Ayomide just told me aunty Temi I need to go to Lara I am not comfortable with the way she is talking with me ,she got to your place and call me she still is not comfortable with your health I said make sure you go to the hospital first thing tomorrow morning she didn't even wait till then before talking you to the hospital but then the first news I heard that morning was a bad one for me . I am still in shock .My daughter is still asking of you mummy where is aunty Lara because I keep on mentioning your name till now ....I was hoping to meet you again another time ...May your soul find peace with your maker Omolara...Amen
Posted by Adebisi Babatunde on May 9, 2021
Lara, I don't really know you but I wish you heavenly rest. We love you but I believe GOD love you most . We'll miss you. Till we meet AGAIN
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Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 28, 2021
Hey buddy, I’m here n thinking about you, I’m fighting the tears in my eyes, I’ve been crying too much and it still won’t change a thing. I hope that the network provider in heaven delivers my message to you. You’re in me, I feel n hear you everywhere. Oh shit! The tears dropped... I MISS YOU! If you’re somehow existing somewhere else, pls come back to me somehow. I want to experience you again. I love you, a lot. Pls show up in my dreams, I’ve been hoping.

My friend, everyone says I should take heart, I’ll take it coz it’s the way God wants it if you had your way pls always be in my corner, like you always have been. Pls ❤️
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 23, 2021
I wish I could turn back the hands of time, i don’t even know if I did the right things but I didn’t even know that you’d die, I never had such thoughts. I wish I could give you from my own life. But what do I even know about my own life...Truly, God knows the best, I honestly don’t know what to do, I pray that God consoles me. I’m missing you so much...
Posted by Oni Ayomide on May 20, 2021
14 days like 14 years.
I've been in situations that I would have picked up my phone and told you... "Ah, I don Dey come, no worry if I come, we go figure something. Sebi na me and you" I regret that we didn't do as much together as I wanted, I regret that I didn't drag you out as many times as I was. I'm overly happy for the times you felt hanging out was a good idea, you were mostly in your shell.
I miss you more than words. I miss you Omolara... I wish heaven had a call phone. I want to talk to you.
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Shared by Oni Ayomide on May 15, 2021
I remember that night you fought for I and Denrele coz someone called us “Ashawo” a security guy actually... I saw the way you unleashed anger on him! I was too proud, I didn’t seperate anything but I added pepper. I will tell my children about you, if I have a girl tomorrow she’d be ‘Omolara’ I miss you too much, I’m always happy when you meet my friends and you behave so friendly with them, I know you to be a very uptight and no nonsense person. Your heart is so pure that you can’t even keep grudges or not like someone for so long. I miss you.... I’m just here breathing and missing you, I love you.
Shared by Olamide Owootomo on May 9, 2021
Omolara, I truly hope writing this will make me feel better. What good deed is there not to write about you? We met first in Nysc camp but didn't talk, fate brought us together again when you needed a good hair stylist and wouldn't mind shuttling miles just to get your looks. The click was something else, couldn't believe I stayed all through making your hair while we discussed all our common grounds from  Uni Alma mater, to mutual friends, to Yikpata camp experiences and all. From then on, it was visits upon visits. Lara can be really crazy, you'd wonder how she can be this and that at thesame time. You'd do and give anything to those in and outside your circle.  I regret that we lost touch until now... I'd forever cherish the moments we shared. May the road rise up to meet you, May the wind be always at your back, May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields, and, until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of His hand. Goodnight girlfriend, Forever in my heart.

LARRY BILLIONS; The best Corn buyer

Shared by Oni Ayomide on May 9, 2021
There was this night, I was heading from the market. Really tired... Lara was going to work after frying plantain, she wanted me to deliver something for her at Opic (her Kaffy skincare products) so we agreed to meet under the bridge. She delayed me, so she called me on the phone not to worry, that she has bought corn and it’s very sweet and hot. I was still angry, when she arrived she hugged I started to laugh. We looked like puppies. We looked for where to sit. We sat and she brought out the corn then I said ‘cut big one for me oh’ she said ‘Sebi you Dey vex’ we both laughed again, shared the corn and departed. It was smoking hot and so sweet! Two ladies were beside us. They must have thought we were losing our minds. We said we will write a book and laugh at these things together but Lara didn’t wait I miss her too much already