Let the memory of Major Adeleke be with us forever.
  • 44 years old
  • Born on October 7, 1974 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on April 4, 2019 in Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved colleague, friend, son, brother and father Major Adeboriota Adeleke 44 years old , born on October 7, 1974 and passed away on April 4, 2019. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Tunde Odebunmi on April 12, 2019
May the Lord receive your soul and grant you eternal rest. May also comfort all the loved one you left behind.
Posted by Akeem Adeleke on April 12, 2019
Major Adeboriota Adeleke was more like a father to me. He was such a great human being – so strong, bold, brilliant a rare larger-than-life kind of character – a pillar that fought for my existence in the family! Such a huge loss to our family, friends and the entire country. Egbon mi you will always be remembered Even after life is gone In my hearts your love remains on Even after you have left this sinful world In our thoughts Your light shines bright Even after you are gone In my memories You forever live on.
Posted by Xtine Kenny on April 11, 2019
Hmmmmn.... Daddy Tam, I am still in shock I don’t even know what to write. You do call me oyinbo and your son’s wife. I pray that our Lord brings your family the much-needed comfort and peace during this sad time. Rest on MAJOR ADELEKE!
Posted by Emmanuel Agboola on April 10, 2019
It was the shocking news that brought tears to my eyes. And you made me remember what it was like to cry. On that dreadful day, God decided it was your time, your time to go and rest in his paradise. So He took your life away from your loved ones, And everyone close to you felt the pain. Your wife and kids will always think of you, And they will always know you'll be looking down on them keeping them safe, Making sure everything goes okay in their lives, Making sure they live a good life better than you did . We all missed you. Rest on daddy Tam till we see and depart no more.
Posted by Adenike Masanwoola on April 10, 2019
Major Bori Adeleke... Hmmnn... honestly I don't know what to say. Your passing was a rude shock. Why did you have to go this soon? You had a lot to live for; your beautiful wife, cute son, and beautiful daughter. It's so sad and we can never get over your sudden demise. One assurance that we have is that you have gone to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You were a great man, very likeable and jovial. I still remember all those days you followed us to the office; your jokes, your strong presence, and care for your wife. We will sorely miss you Major Bori Adeleke. You came, you saw, and you conquered. Continue to rest in peace great soldier!
Posted by Steven Ibrahim on April 10, 2019
Fondly called Leke B Brown by friends at the Airforce Military School Jos. Never a dull moment with you around. You have fought a good fight my dear friend and that time we all shall expect has come for you so soon. We part to meet again. Farewell Leke.
Posted by Barau Umar on April 10, 2019
Gbanbgacious, we only but spoke a week before the inevitable. When I asked about your health, y ooo u responded that you have improved. I planned seeing you when I visit my parents in Jos. But here I am, writing a tribute. I shall dearly miss you my course mate and friend, I only take comfort in your absence knowing that you are somewhere better than here. Rest on Maj AD Adeleke.
Posted by Shadrack Akinola on April 10, 2019
Daddy Tam, rest-on in the bosom of the Lord. May God uphold the family, mummy Tam and the little children you left behind. Still in shock over your demise, but what can a mere human like me do? Only God knows best.
Posted by Sola Akinyele on April 10, 2019
Posted by Sola Akinyele on April 10, 2019
Debrosky; gods don't die. They relocate into d constellations spewing forth grace & wealth to their subjects. Your legacies will never ever die.

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