Shared by Omuvwie Evwierhurhoma on June 8, 2021
Dr Mrs Ojemuyiwa was a Chief of chief consultants and a very thorough bred medical professional with attention to details.
I got to meet her while working at a Eko Hospitals Ikeja Lagos through Mrs Chiamaka Kupoluyi.  Her spiritual impact on us cannot be quantified in several respect. Through effort and encouragement we found a patient fellowship & also revived the staff fellowship at the EKO Cancer Center. For every challenge, we get the specific Scriptures before prayers. Her rich library of Christian books were available for our use at all times especially those of Kenneth E. Hagin. This encouraged me to build my own library of Christian books too.  
She cared about our families and bought gift items for us while returning from London on several occasions. She knew my wife and daughter very well. I must say cared about the welfare of others & kept her faith in  the Lord Jesus Christ while encouraging us to do the same.
Though her presence will be highly missed but our consolation is the fact that she gone to meet her Maker for eternal rest.


Shared by chiamaka kupoluyi on June 8, 2021
"Amaka, why is this CT Brain image tilted this way? You don't care, do you? I can't afford to make mistakes with my report. They could get anywhere" Those were your words mummy. You were a perfectionist. You wanted perfect reports. You taught me how to draft memos. Though a Radiographer, you brought me so close that I could practically report all CT cases. 

Your love for God was very contagious. The way you preach, analysed scriptures, your prayer style was something else. Your positive confessions.....Yes it worked. Death tried so many times but you won.

Every moment spent with you for the past 17years has been of great value to me. We cried, laughed and prayed together. We also shared a lot of testimonies together.  I thought we agreed we would meet Jesus on the day of rapture? God knows better.

You lived a good life. You changed lives. You produced great professionals, so many lives were made through you.

You sure lived a good life. Your memory lives on mummy.

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