Let the memory of Modupe be with us forever
  • 67 years old
  • Born on June 19, 1950 .
  • Passed away on July 15, 2017 .

With all gratitude to God for a life well lived in love and light. Mrs Modupe Margaret Bamidele, we love you and could have asked for 30 more years of your glowing, energetic, vibrant lifestyle. But heaven this day asked for another angel. 
Omo oloni a saare bu mu. Sun re O!

Posted by Bunmi Ade on 16th July 2018
My Taiye, People ask me are you okay? Okay? The word lost its meaning. Just moving on ......and waiting for you to show up in my dreams or in person for a last gist..... Yersterday, your 1st year memorial was a day I purposed against all odds will be one of praise. So to your tribute is “1 Window Praise”. In your memory we will always with whatever hurts or brokenness or disappointments or heartache or whatever the pain...know that there is but 1 window, 1 reason to thank God. Always one. So you see, even in death you remain phenomenal. Bringing joy to all around you. My unending prayer since you passed, that I may learn to love half as selflessly as you do, sacrifice half as much, give utterly with no retrain half as much. And when I have knocked half, I shall aspire for more...your utterly tough to beat standard of love and selflessness. The Christian walk has a new purpose, making heaven has a new meaning, that this journey might end with grace to meet you again. At the feet of Jesus never to part again. Shouting Halleluyah and Hossana! Sleep on! Till we meet to part no more! Your twin :)
Posted by Mobolaji Bamidele on 16th July 2018
Rest on Mum! Shall We Gather At The River? (Hymn) Shall we gather at the river, Where bright angel feet have trod, With its crystal tide forever Flowing by the throne of God? Refrain Yes, we’ll gather at the river, The beautiful, the beautiful river; Gather with the saints at the river That flows by the throne of God. On the margin of the river, Washing up its silver spray, We will talk and worship ever, All the happy golden day. Refrain Ere we reach the shining river, Lay we every burden down; Grace our spirits will deliver, And provide a robe and crown. Refrain At the smiling of the river, Mirror of the Savior’s face, Saints, whom death will never sever, Lift their songs of saving grace. Refrain Soon we’ll reach the silver river, Soon our pilgrimage will cease; Soon our happy hearts will quiver With the melody of peace. Refrain
Posted by Bukola Popoola on 16th July 2018
Iya mi, It’s a year already... A year of missing you so much A year of longing to hear your voice, to hug you A year of not being able to gist with you or tease you A year of not being able to share amazing News with you...especially THE News..your heart desire for me came through Mum..but I know that you already know...and you met... Continue to Rest in peace Iya mi... Always on my mind...Forever in my heart
Posted by Abimbola Bamidele on 15th July 2018
‘Eyemi’ (ekiti dialect). It’s a year already. Waoh! Still hurts deeply. Feels so much like yesterday. I miss you so so much. The legacy you left will not be shattered and we will meet again in the bosom of our maker. Rest on and continue singing hallelujah o - your last words.. love you mama. Forever in my mind!!!!
Posted by Jude Owumi on 15th July 2018
Hello My Adopted Mommy... Continue to rest in the Lord. Shalom.
Posted by Oscar Owoh on 12th July 2018
Rest in peace mummy. Continue to rest in peace of our lord Jesus Christ, may the souls of all the faithful departed through the Mercy of God rest in peace Amen!
Posted by Susan Tayo on 13th September 2017
I called you mummy ; much younger in age than my biological mum but in all other ways you more than 'matched' it. Just a couple of years you made your entrance into my life but you surely left your mark! Been thinking of you and going through the 'Celebration of Life' program again today, I once again became teary. However like I said to Bunmi ,your split image daughter, you must have created a stir in heaven already making them smile so much and taken up the role of 'mother caretaker already!; such that should you be allowed to return ,not you or even the angels would allow/agree. Bunmi is a beloved friend and sister through whom I met you. I guess your motherly instinct picked that and you immediately embraced me like one of yours. One time you came to Lagos , you brought so much iru (locust bean) for me that lasted a year! Infact I took some of it on my trip to U.S to give to friends and family and they started asking how they could get more :-) I remember when I told you I was traveling, you kept asking how long I will be gone for....when you insisted I said 1month. You shouted and said "Ahh! won ki fi oko le pe beyen o! ( meaning: Ah! you should not leave your husband alone for so long!) You insisted if he could not go with me, then I could only stay 1week! I did stay longer but felt so loved you cared so much even for him. (....teary) Same way you cared for your husband and all around you so much. We 'gisted' about nothing and everything. So I don't 'waste' money, you even directed me to your salon, followed up weekly on whether I had gone and gave me on-line, real time description as I drove down finally. Of course it was very affordable, Mama Queen talked of you fondly, and sure I went back again and again. We talked about children and parenting blessings and challenges. I remember the day you had to use my restroom which my youngest child/son (a teenager) had left in a poor state ; he never heard the last of it! Each time you asked after him, you added "I hope he keeps the restroom clean now" :-). He got life lectures from you I'm sure he won't forget. By the way , he was also sad to hear of your joining the saints so early. You called me 'Mama Tolu' , Toluwalope been the first you met in my family ; my second daughter who loves and respects Bunmi so much - actually her mentor. Also so sad you left already and says to tell you 'adieu'. Bunmi has been a real blessing to her, me and our entire family. I am a writer so if I were allowed, I would go on and on but alas the length will scare people from venturing to read it at all......that I don't want. I'm glad your funeral ceremony and all done before and after it, including this website is/has been so beautiful. You deserve nothing less. Mummy, you were so loving, kind and radiated joy wherever you were. You came, you saw, you touched so many lives and lived to the full albeit short. Rather than cry, we will try to smile as we remember you ; that's what you would want us to do. Keep enjoying heaven until our times are up or the trumpet sounds as the Lord tarries.....then we will see again.
Posted by Olu Osundiya on 5th September 2017
The knowledge of your sudden departure brings pain, but comfort comes from the word of God and the memory of a life well spent in passionate dedication to positively impact your nuclear & extended family (all of us) so much that you successfully coloured the life & speech of everyone that knew you even now while you are gone. Ever then so gentle, amiable and soft spoken rest well in Jesus bosom.
Posted by Olushola Abiola on 14th August 2017
July 15th will be a day I will never forget. Mummy left this world and her memory still be remembered. You are a good mother.for many years I was with you in Enugu Efon Ibadan and Lagos.you always there for me with your counsel and advised. How will I forget all your good works.I still remembered your world ..Saraki Eda when are you bringing your wife Shade and my respond was very soon.you will said iwo omo yi.i missed u and Shade missed you also.Rest in peace mummy.
Posted by Olushola Abiola on 13th August 2017
I was sad the day I heard you died. It was like a dream, bad one,to me cos I will not see you again. I still remember those beautiful days I was with you. You were such a wonderful mother. I remember the name you call me SARAKI EDA. I appreciate your advice and counsel anytime i'm with you. Though you have gone to a better place, your memory lives forever in my heart. Rest in peace mummy, I know you are in a better place...Olushola ( SARAKI Eda)...
Posted by Lanre Shadiya on 13th August 2017
Mummy, It was a shock when the news broke and although it took a while to absorb it, it will definitely take a longer time to accept it. In all, you have lived a selfless, caring and TRULY MOTHERLY life. In the two decade that I've known you, you shone the light of love and affection to all that find themselves around you. From Ado-Ekiti to Owerri, Ibadan to Lagos and beyond, you made yourself a mum not only to your biological children and families but to a vast number of us. I have gone through our chats on BBM over and over again and cannot but thank God for giving myself and my family the opportunity to know you. As I said to your daughter - my friend and sister, Olubunmi, you're about the only person outside of my family and closest friends who knows every member of my family by name and ask after them at every opportunity. Mummy, you will be missed. Sleep on for now for we will be united beyond this world.
Posted by P J on 12th August 2017
My sincere condolences to the family. Your loved one apparently lived life joyfully and really loved people. God has promised to bring about a time when we can see our loved ones again. Revelations 21:3,4. May you find comfort from the God of all comfort.
Posted by Babatunde Oyeniyan on 11th August 2017
It was a delight and a honour for me to know mama, we only met a handful of times, she was a rare gem and full of life. Was shocked to learn about this, but she lived a wonderful life, may the almighty God surround all that she left behind with His mighty hand... 'till we meet again.
Posted by Kemi Omoetan on 9th August 2017
The demise of Mama was not only surprising but deeply shocking. However we take solace in know that 'this great mum' fulfilled God's divine mandate of raising and nurturing godly children.. Anyone can be a mum but it takes a special mother to raise special minds as mama did with pastor Mrs Diekola and her siblings ...and for this, I'll say,mummy died a champion!!! Mama Margret bamidele...rest in peace. Good night ma
Posted by Oyetayo Falayi Andrew on 8th August 2017
When I had your demise,I knew we have lost another great giant. All I know is " death " is a debt which everyone will pay when it's time, mummy u will be fore - ever missed, iku doro, omaseo, eni-ire lo lai ro tele, Iku ose eyitan, mummy till we meet and part no more, (omo - oloni - sun - re - o) rest in peace.
Posted by Gbenga Richard on 8th August 2017
It is very sad ,unpleasant and unwanted experience that Aunty was sick and in pain for weeks, gave up after total struggle of her life buh all to no avail. Aunty we love you but God loves you most. May your gentle soul rest in perfect blossom of the Lord. Amen
Posted by Samuel Agboola on 8th August 2017
You truly were a special, special woman! You may have passed on, but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifices, your care and concern, your love and everything that you have done for us. Wherever you are, I know you are in a much better place. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you were a big part of this family. We will forever miss you big mummy.
Posted by Mobolaji Bamidele on 3rd August 2017
To a dearest wife of my dearest cousin. Words cannot express my grief of your transition to glory! It was so sudden, but this is the consolation that you are in a better place. “Dupe as I Often called you sometimes, remain in the right hand of Jesus, till we meet again where will shall part no more”. Adieu: Is very painful to lose someone like you in our family. A dear wife indeed, who took care of her husband and children. You personalized Integrity, Faith, Love, Kindness and humility. Despite all these death does not spare our loved ones. Dupe! Oma se o, Sun re o, Aya Tayelolu. What a virtuous wife you were, your worth is far above rubies. Rom31vs10, prov31vs30, Charm is deceitful and beauty is passing, but a woman who fears the Lord shall be praised. You feared your Lord to the end. Deaconess Deborah Mopelola Aiyesa (Mummy Iwo Road)
Posted by Toyin Oyeyemi on 2nd August 2017
Rest well in the bossom of our lord mama ,thank you for giving us sis kemi .
Posted by Adebisi Lilian on 1st August 2017
I was shocked to the marrow and my expressions could not hide my confusion, when i heard the news of your demise. In my hearts i was deeply saddened by the loss; Whilst i understand that death is inevitable, however how can we bear the loss? How can this vacuum be filled? You were exemplary, a great mother. We will take solace in God Almighty, whom you served most faithfully. We will comfort our hearts in the knowledge that you loved God and that you are resting in his bosom and in the company of the innumerable saints of God..Good Night and rest on Mum.. Bimbo Babarinde Adebisi
Posted by Betty Bamidele on 1st August 2017
I love you grandma and I wish you were still here. Thank you for being a wonderful and loving grandma and I will miss growing up having you around like my sister did! Love ❤️ Tise Bamidele
Posted by Victoria Abiona on 31st July 2017
Rejoice always forevermore...1Thess5:16 (Your children will never forget the bridge that brought them over to earth- Rose Rozier-Brooklyn).You were a jewel, valor, mother in Israel. You never saw Asabi as a wife but as a daughter. Adieu mama. Sun re o. God loves you more than we do. Oku nsunku oku, akaso lori nsunku ara won. RIPP mama Bamidele...(1Thess4:1-18) Mrs. Modupe Abiona
Posted by Abimbola Bamidele on 31st July 2017
Nle Iyaa... that's what I greet you with.. your response... Nle Omooo... ah. Didn't see this coming. But God knows best, we cannot question Eledua. I will forever miss you mum, your care, worries for our well being even at the sacrifice of yours. You are a true virtuous woman. May the Lord grant you everlasting rest. Love you mum...
Posted by Ololade Popoola on 31st July 2017
Dear Mum, your departure has left a loud silence...but who are we to question God. Thank you for your love and care especially...you never stop worrying, even over the simplest things, you worried just to be sure everything was fine like a wonderful mother would do. I am very thankful to God, for the life you lived and for everyone you touched. Thank you so much Mum. Good night Mum and rest well now...
Posted by TONY FALEYE on 31st July 2017
Posted by Mobolaji Bamidele on 31st July 2017
Grandma, I am going to miss you. You were the only one that used to call me King David and Fiyinfoluwa. Ifeoluwakiitan told me you are now living in Heaven. Grandma, you were always sharing your food with me. Bye Grandma......King David Fiyinfoluwa Bamidele
Posted by Folashade Bamidele on 30th July 2017
Jadesola, owurubutu...... those were the few names you used to call me. It took me a long time to become close to you, I guess I was still angry that you travelled just 9 days after I was born. And you were always complaining that I was closer to grandpa than I was to you. And anytime I allow you to carry me, you would beam with smiles as if you just won a jackpot. If I don't finish my food on time, you would always say 'I want to see the 'made in China' on your plate. I was always happy whenever you are around because I was sure that I will have a lot of goodies to eat. I miss you grandma and I love you but God loves you more. Hadassah Bamidele
Posted by Folashade Bamidele on 30th July 2017
O when the saints go marching in....... You came, you saw, you fought and finished well. My consolation is in the fact that you left chanting the Halleluyah chorus and pleading the blood of Jesus. What a triumphant way to transit into glory. It still seems so unbelievable that you are gone. Your presence is still felt in almost every room in the house. I can still picture you in the chair you sat on your last birthday. I dozed off in the sitting room sometime last week and I could hear your voice saying 'Iya Alvin, wole lo sun ki o lo ye kajo sori chair'. Your usual way of waking me up whenever I doze off while watching TV. Thank you for being you, for being a true mother and a super grandmother to the children. I remember you came one month prior to when I gave birth to Alvin, and then you refused me to even leave the room to get water from the kitchen. You would say ' just flash me on the phone and I will come and meet you'. I almost became afraid and wondered if there was a looming problem with the pregnancy that I didn't know of. But then I soon realized that was the ever caring mother in you. You called me 'Awele' throughout your stay in the hospital. That meant a lot to me. Continue to rest peacefully mum.
Posted by Diekola Faleye on 30th July 2017
Eeye Mummy; My friend, encourager, my super Woman! I thought you were too strict, because you didn’t let me use Makeup at 11. Then, you also refused to allow dad get an Electric Yam Pounder when I was 12 so I won’t be lazy. I didn’t understand you then and just concluded you were just Strict. Alas, I realized all you did was to make me a responsible young lady. You turned me to your Phone Technician, Account Officer and Gist Mate 2 (after your husband). You were a good teacher and a very humble student; eager to learn new things. You appreciated and celebrated people genuinely. I joked that if someone has a challenge, they should just talk to you about it then go and relax and enjoy life. You, Iya Gbogbo,will worry for that person, pray and follow up with phone calls like kilode. You cared!. You were determined to share your testimony and roll on the floor in gratitude to God but God had a higher role for you. One of your daily declarations was “iye ni mo yan”. Eternal life you chose Mum! You were very neat and finicky. Ahaaa!! You wanted things arranged in an organized manner. I remember the Day 22 of ‘Halleluyah Challenge’ we had together. I had to take a snap shot of you some minutes to 1am, when you lifted your hands to shout Hallelluyah. The same Halleluyah you lifted your hands to chant twice in a semi -conscious state few hours to your transition. I celebrated my birthday 11days after your transition without your usual FaceBook greetings or the early morning prayers and panegyrics , your standard prayer,in Ijesha dialect, of nursing my twins, a boy and a girl ( Ma baa o to mo, Okunrin kan obirin kan…. ). I was hit in another way last night, 29th of July, when I picked my phone because I was away from home and wanted to check up on you, the 9pm routine. Was about to dial your number and then, I remembered! Won’t hear the “ ose oko mi, olowo ori mi.….” You proved that life is not about how long but how well. You truly fought the good fight. Sleep on ‘Ma Femi’, Sleep on Eeye Mummy. Anike, omo oloni ororo ,asawe asa weri asa we gbogbo ara lule uro, omo obo niyun pauke uke, omo elere mefa tako tabo laofin. Will always love you Mum!! Diekololaoluwa
Posted by Olowookere Amos on 29th July 2017
Mummy, I will forever cherish those last moments I spent with you in July 2017. Yes, mummy, those last moments when on every single time I would come around your bed to pray affectionately for you. In those moments, I saw an aura of indescribable peace and happiness around your person. But while I have been mourning your departure with uncontrollable tears and shock, I am much more comforted by the good news that you are now resting with our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ the King whose vicarious death has secured eternal life for those who believe in him. For the umpteenth time, I wonder to myself again, “So it is true!” With sorrow in my heart but gratitude to God for a life well spent, I say adieu mummy. Goodnight mummy. O daaro mummy. Au revoir mummy. Bye mummy. I loved you till death mummy and heaven knows I did and still do and will forever do.
Posted by Ademola Alimi on 29th July 2017
Mothers never really die, they just keep a house up in the sky, polish the sun by day and light the stars that shine at night whilst keeping the moonbeams silvery bright.Mothers don't die because their memories live with us forever. We mourn not because mama has risen in faith and dignity in Christ and defeated death as did Christ at Calvary. We might have lost a praying mother but we haven't lost her prayers.Mama left the family a treasury of prayers worth more than gold and diamond.Oh!! what treasure is laid up in store for us of the prayers of our dear mother and what responsibility is now ours? Our heart will not be troubled as we draw our consolation from John 14:1-3 and the understanding that we shall meet her at the better place God has gone to prepare for us. The Alimis
Posted by Obasohan Obasohan on 29th July 2017
Thank you for living a worthy life. Rest In Peace mummy!
Posted by Falayi Yemisi on 29th July 2017
Mummy Abuja, I will miss you and I will always miss you.will are born to death that is the purpose of our been born,but your death is sudden to us,iku Doro iku Seka o ga o,but nobody can stop death,greet my husband Baba Ajoda and others till we meet again continue to rest in peace, omo oloni asere bumu,omo oloni awe gbokun gbe ,omo oloni ase weri weri asa we gbogbo Ara sun re oo ,we love you but Jesus love you more.
Posted by Febishade Falayi on 29th July 2017
Mummy...... it's unbelievable you're gone! I'm still in total shock and I didn't know what to say or write when it first happened. It's been on my mind to call you. Just to say hello and check on you, but kept on postponing. I learnt a great lesson... don't leave or delay what you can do today till tomorrow. If I had called, I would have had the memories to hold on to. Looking back still, I thank God for your life. It was a glorious one and I strongly believe you're in a better place. You lived a righteous life.... continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. We love you but God loves you more. Good night mummy! Febishade.
Posted by Oluwafunmilola Ojo on 28th July 2017
And she died.Mummy Isale,how can I forget the way you took us to school far back in the early 80s,how you scolded us whenever we were wrong most especially Brother Femi. The news of your death rendered me speechless for sometime, because I never wished you dead in many years to come. Mummy isale,as you were called then,though you are no more, the memory of you shall continue to be in my mind. May the Almighty who knows best, grant unto your soul,eternal rest. On behalf of the Oderinlos(Apata ), I say adieu ma.Live on mama.
Posted by Tomi Oshode on 27th July 2017
I’ve been thinking of you (and my dear friend Bukola) over these past days it suddenly dawn on me that we only met once during your trip to Edinburgh, but then I guess for someone as loving and warm as yourself once is enough, to feel such void at your departure. Whenever I got to speak with you I could feel your embrace when you said ‘Omo mi’, thanks for the pleasure of knowing you. Mummy, we love you but God loves you more, rest in His bosom till we meet again.
Posted by Mrs F.O Ige on 26th July 2017
Your death was so sudden and sad. When you joined the Christian Ladies Society, I was not in the meeting that day. The first time I saw you, it was during the burial of my mother-in-law. I was surprised and asked who you were. Since that time, I have been praying that one day you will have something to celebrate so that I will repay you but death took you away from us. Iku oro rę da, isa oku isegun re da. You were very nice, generous and lively. Rest in the bosom of the Lord. Adieu! Mrs Ige, F.O
Posted by Christian Ladies Society on 26th July 2017
How are the mighty fallen and the weapon of war perished? The entire members of Christian Ladies Society were deeply sad when we heard about the untimely demise of one of us. You were very committed to the society. You were very cheerful, kind, gentle and amiable. We shall miss you so dearly in the society but we take solace that you have made heaven. You lived a life worthy of emulation. Goodnight. Till we meet at the feet of our Lord Jesus. Chief (Mrs) C. A Ogunmodede President, Christian Ladies Society
Posted by Ayo Ishola Bamidele on 26th July 2017
Today, myself, entire family and indeed all Bamideles both in and outside Nigeria are now celebrating the life and legacy of a pioneer whom we all shall especially miss very dearly. As I was thinking of writing this tribute, I thought how I can say a few words that will do justice to your love, advices, support and the affectionate care that you always give to me and my family. Infact you were a very good and shining example for everybody to emulate. You lived a very good life till your last day on earth. Your sudden departure from this sinful world at an unripe age without an adequate farewell came to me as a shock which I had been trying to adjust myself to accept the reality that we shall not see you again until we meet much later in Heaven (perhaps, we may likely see you in our dreams). You are a very virtuous mother. Your left when you are much needed by your children and grandchildren, indeed all the family. How can I say "GOODBYE" to someone I so much hold very dearly...HOW... Yes my saying GOODBYE to you would have been easy "IF" you had assured me that the parting is just for a while. But now your parting is not a day, not a month or even a year. It is "GOODBYE" for a life time (forever). I feel the unbearable pain of knowing that your journey is a journey that you will never return to us. I must therefore with thanks to God, for a life well spent (though very brief) but worth of emulation, honour you by smiling as I am saying "GOODBYE" till we meet to part no more. Continue resting peacefully in the bosom of our Lord and Creator. Sleep on until the day of resurrection when we shall see you again face to face without parting again. FAREWELL "AYA" BAMIDELE FAREWELL MY DEAREST DUPE FAREWELL MAMA FEMI FAREWELL OMO OLONI A SARE BU'MUN FAREWELL FOREVER FAREWELL TILL WE MEET AGAIN Mr & Mrs Ayo Ishola Bamidele
Posted by Sprina Anderson on 26th July 2017
We will miss you!
Posted by Toyin Fatogun on 25th July 2017
Aunty mi,(MM).Life is a process that has a beginning and ending,so everyone has the power to retain his or her own time and when it comes,no one has the power to retain his own soul but to submit to the will of God. We thank God for the life well lived. Adieu Iya Femi,o wun ni ka jeran lenu pe titi,sugbon ohunfa Ona ofun ni ko je.Continue to rest in Perfect Peace in the bosom of your Lord and Saviour until the resurrection day. Toyin Fatogun
Posted by Nurudeen Akinlesi on 24th July 2017
May Almighty God grant her eternal rest and grant the rest of her family the fortitude to bear the loss. SUN RE MAMA.
Posted by Patience Okocha on 23rd July 2017
Mummy,when i called your line on your sick bed ,you pick and said my daughter how are you ,i was very happy when i heard your voice hoping you will be discharge soon not knowing i was speaking to you for the last time. The news of your departure was a shock to me , i never expected it now but i thank God because he allowed it .I will miss you ma. Rest in Peace. ......... ;Pat Ogundare
Posted by Abayomi Ogundare on 23rd July 2017
Anti mi se e ti ku ni yen se kiakia ni le se ya lo ni Ah ta lo ma tun pe mi ni omootaobayomi like you ..i love you mum rest in peace big sister .Time may pass and fade away but memories of you will always stay..MAMA SUN REO
Posted by Jude Owumi on 22nd July 2017
I never met you. I never knew you. But, you are still a mother to me. As your Nigerian child, I arise today and call you Blessed. The Lord bless thee, and keep thee. The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee. The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee, and give thee peace.. - Numbers 6:24-26 Sleep well. May your soul rest in peace. Shalom.
Posted by Paul Agboola on 22nd July 2017
I still find it difficult believing that you have gone so soon to be with the lord. I have been with the family close to three decades and the type of Love that surrounds the Bamidele's family can't be explained. I made a remark when you held your birthday that I was happy to be part of such a lovely family. Mama Femi, you are such a caring mother and that have shown in the way your sibling relate with each other home and abroad. I came from a humble background and was accepted to marry a lady that stood as your first daughter, these portrayed your show of love and acceptability. We tried all we could spiritually but there is no man of God without the God of man. The God of man said it's time for you to come, so, no amount of prayer, fasting, laying of hands, anointing oil, binding and loosing or decree that can change God. My comfort is that in my presence, you sang a song of victory "HALLELUJAH" (Meaning, IJA DOPIN, OGUN TI TAN, OLUGBALA JAGUN O MOLU, ORIN AYO LA O MA KO, HALLELUYAH" prior to your departure to Glory. You rode Death triumphantly to heaven" 1 Corinthians 15:55-57 KJV [55] O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? [56] The sting of death is sin; and the strength of sin is the law. [57] But thanks be to God, which giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ. Rest in Perfect Peace ma, till we meet to part no more. Pastor Paul Agboola.
Posted by Jide Bosunde J on 22nd July 2017
O digba o digbose... Sunnre o mama oninunre.
Posted by Popoola Agbejule on 22nd July 2017
Farewell Mama, heaven has gained you from this wicked world! Please, continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord. You will never be forgotten in the minds of those who loved you. The beautiful memories of your good works, altruistic life, laughter and love will be the greatest possession of your loved ones, forever engraved in their minds. Sleep and Rest on! Mama rere! Abiyamo tooto Ronke, Pope, Daniel, David and Angel
Posted by Funmi Akintibu on 21st July 2017
An embodiment of love, keep resting in the lord's bosom sweet mum, where there is no pain or anguish!
Posted by Aaron Abenemi on 21st July 2017
July 9th, 2017 Sunday afternoon on a raining day, when I set my eyes on you on the sick bed, after the group prayers by my counselling brother GHC - Who could dispute that our prayers were not answered in faith for quick recovery and for strength. Oh I now understand Death lost is sting, Lost is pride, Mummy even if I didn't really know much of you, but I know you won in victory, you Left Like a Lion , you are a strong warrior, You were a virtuous wife and mother. Testimony of your fame, Love , caring, faith makes me realize you gone to heaven were there is no more pain. Rest on mama, rest on, rest on.

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