Let the memory of Modupeola Sulaiman be with us forever!
"...Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours; and their works do follow them" Revelation 14:13
  • 74 years old
  • Born on April 12, 1944 in Olugbo, Odeda, Abeokuta, Ogun, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on January 3, 2019 in Abeokuta, Ogun, Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Modupeola Sulaiman 74 years old , born on April 12, 1944 and passed away on January 3, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Dr Abel on 20th January 2019
It’s with unexplainable surprise to hear that you have been taken away to be with the Lord. In this we are still grateful to hear that you fought the good fight of faith and lived your last days connected to the source of salvation through Jesus Christ. We have known you from afar after a very brief contact with you in Lagos decades ago. You came across as a quiet and reserved Christian ready to please God in all ways humanly possible. We are thankful for the life you lived which keeps reminding those of us left behind that ‘Great faith is a product of great fights. Great testimonies are the outcome of great tests. Great triumphs can only come out of great trials’ (Smith Wigglesworth) Our memory of you is forever blessed in our hearts. Good night Grandma till we meet again at the feet of our Lord Jesus Christ to part no more. The Abels
Posted by Yemi Akinbinu on 17th January 2019
Adieu mummy! You were actually a very strong woman. You never allowed challenges around you to drown you, instead you fought so hard to float above them all. I enjoyed the short period of knowing you. I actually enjoyed your company each time then. May your gentle soul rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. We sure will miss you ma'am.
Posted by Ademolu Dotun on 14th January 2019
My sister Modupeola left so soon without any farewell message to me. Can I say or ask why you left so soon? Who am I? God knows why you have left. I pray God shall comfort us while I wish you a perfect rest at Jesus' bosom. Good night.
Posted by Damilola Keshiro on 12th January 2019
You are a wonderful unique mother in law.. In your life style, you made me know that there are some people one cannot blame, fault, abuse or reject. You made me understand that no matter how strong human being could be, there are something he/ she won't be able to control except by divine intervention. I miss your English phonics. I enjoy speaking English with you You are a great encourager who allow people make their decisions irrespective of their personalities. I love you and I will miss you Keshiro Damilola
Posted by Toyin Kesh on 11th January 2019
My loving mum, gist partner, encourager... it so saddened my heart anytime I remember I won't see you again, but I'm joyous because you have gone to rest from all the struggles and tough time of this life. My sweet mum... Mummy mummy when I want to make u laugh, though you went through a lot, I believe you are victorious just as your name. I remembered your words of encouragement when passing through tough times, There was a time in my life that I looked back and didn't see anyone but you were always there, even when my faith was down you never gave up on me. I love u a lot wura mi.. Continue to rest in the bosom of your saviour... So many things I would want you to see with me but I believe God knows the best. Good night sweetest mum till we meet again at the saviours feet. I will always remember and cherish your motherly role. Keshiro Toyin
Posted by Adeyi Olufunso on 11th January 2019
I am in great shock to hear of your demise. I can never ever forget you. You are a mum to me . Thank you for being part of m,y teenage years. You will be forever remembered . Adieu mama.

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