This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Moji Benson 49 years old, born on April 20, 1971 and passed away on January 8, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Yinka Oluwasola on April 21, 2022
Happy posthumous birthday beloved. You are forever in our hearts. Rest on xxx
Posted by Bimbo Oladipo on April 20, 2022
Dcns Moji Benson,
We remember you everyday but we especially remember you today, our dear Sister. Sleep on in the blossom of our Lord.

Our love to your family.

Elder Daniel & Dcns Bimbo
Posted by Bimbo Oladipo on January 9, 2022
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Yinka Oluwasola on January 9, 2022
Always in our hearts. We remain strong with the thought we shall soon see you again. Sunre o.
Posted by Omobola Omotimirin on January 8, 2022
Continue to rest in the blossom of our Lord.
Posted by Busola Matthews on January 8, 2022
Rest on in heaven with our Lord and savior Jesus and all other saints that have gone on ahead. You're forever missed on this side.
Posted by Femi Ajayi on January 8, 2022
Time has gone by so quickly, you will never be forgotten Moji, God be with the family that you left behind.
Rest in peace cuz.
Femi Ajayi
Posted by Yinka Oluwasola on April 21, 2021
Happy Jubilee and posthumous birthday dearest friend. I know you are dancing with other brethren and the angels in the presence of the Lord. Sleep on beloved. We miss you dearly.
Posted by Adebayo Folakemi on April 21, 2021
Happy posthumous birthday to our beautiful sis with a heart of gold. You are dearly missed.
Posted by Labukun Kosefobamu on April 20, 2021
What is a sister? She’s the friend you’ve grown up with but never outgrew, she shares favourite memories and good times with you… She knows you and loves you, she’s got a big heart, she’s someone who’s been there for you, from the start.

Moji, I saw these words and they are so apt. My big sis, lifelong friend, who was always there for me. We would have been celebrating your 50th birthday today. Hardly a moment goes by when I don’t think about you. The void you left can never be filled, but the beautiful memories will always remain. Happy birthday in heaven, I’m sure you’ll be having a quiet celebration. Love you always, sis
Posted by Busola Matthews on April 20, 2021
Happy Birthday posthumous birthday. We would have been wishing you a happy golden jubilee birthday today but praise God you're celebrating in God's presence today with the angels and saints who have gone ahead before us. Rest on in peace in the bosom of our father.
Posted by Adebola Okesanya on February 3, 2021
It is not easy to lose the love one, but God knows better. God will grant her eternal rest.
Posted by Bimbo Oladipo on February 2, 2021
Dcns Moji Benson, what can we say, we cannot query or question our God who does things in His own way for He has apportioned everything for His own glory. Alleluia.

The song writer says ' I shall pass through this world but once, any good thing I can do, any kindness and goodness I can show, to prove my worth to humanity and to any human alive, let me do it now, let me not defer, let me not neglect it, for I shall never, never,  pass through this world but once'.

Our dearly beloved Dcns Moji, you have displayed the above qualities and many more including bringing many to the Kingdom of God in the ways God Almighty has enabled and empowered you .

You have wade through life's sea once,  never again will it come back. You have run the good race. Dcns rest from your labours because your good works do follow you.
We love you but Jesus Christ loves you the more. Sleep on darling Sister till we meet to part no more. Sleep on in the Bosom of the Lord. Good night.

The Holy Spirit will continue to minister unto our dear Pastor, your children, families, every member of Christ Faith Tabernacle Church worldwide and all your loved ones in Jesus mighty name. Amen.

From Elder Daniel & Dcns Bimbo Oladipo

Posted by Faith Sokolo on January 31, 2021
Rest on Mojisola! You will surely be missed.
May God grant your departed soul eternal rest and give the families you left behind the fortitude and strength to bear the loss.
Posted by Omobola Omotimirin on January 30, 2021
Dear Moji,

When I heard the sad news of your demise, it was a great shock, but, shortly afterwards, all that flashed through my mind (and still resonates with me) was your smile. A unique smile! You smiled from the depth of your heart. There was a tranquility to it. It gives me peace that you are with our Creator, but, know that you will never be forgotten. Almighty God will comfort all your loved ones. This is His assurance. May your soul rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Patricia Obembe on January 29, 2021
Dcns Moji Benson, you fought a good fight, you finished the race well and have kept the faith. You’ve gone back to your maker for the crown of righteousness. It was a great privilege to evangelise together for the great commission. You will be missed greatly. Sleep well in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Adedeji-Odutola Damilola on January 26, 2021
I was still young when I saw you at gbagada,the little moments spent with you still lingers in my heart.
Rest in peace my sweet aunty moji.
Posted by Sola Adesanya on January 19, 2021
Moji my dearest cousin, our God has called you home too soon, if only we were forewarned so we would have made the most of the time we had and tell you how much we love you. A world without you is a reality we are not ready to face. I take solace in the fact that you had a good life, even though it was too short. For “It is not length of life, but depth of life” that matters. May your gentle soul continue to rest in the blossom of the Lord. Rest In Peace.
Posted by mercy Adebisi on January 19, 2021
Sleep on Beloved of the Lord

Beloved Dcns Moji Benson - you were so gentle and beautiful. A woman that loves God.
You are in a much better place now free from pain and sickness, but you will solely missed.

May the God of all comfort, comfort your immediate family, relatives, brethren and everyone that knew you.

Sleep on our beautiful Dcns Moji Benson in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen.

Posted by Ojuolape Akinpelu on January 19, 2021
Moji - It's ok Lape, don't grieve as one who has no hope.
Lape - But you were so young, beautiful inside and out, your husband, the children......
Moji - My heart couldn't bear to think of a separation but God is in control.
Lape - You had the most beautiful eyes, and your smile could melt any heart.
Moji - yes, angel Gabriel just gave me the fattest lamb chop (we both laugh)
Lape - But seriously Moji, God could have saved you... to think you went to Bristol for the furtherance of the gospel
Moji - God did save me Lape, in His own way.
Lape - We love you so much Moji, it hurts.... the tears won't stop coming as I think of you.
Moji - I'm at rest Lape. All things are new, all things.
Lape - Looks like God is taking His best out of the scene.
Moji - I know (we burst into laughter again) Lape - modesty, modesty!
Moji - Heaven is real Lape, live for it! Let all who feel the pain of my demise tune to heaven's frequency. When we live for heaven, even when life is gone, God becomes our life.

Written in honour of a very dear friend and sister - Moji Benson nee Fakeye.        
Rest on beautiful one ✝️❤️
Posted by Femi Ajayi on January 16, 2021
My dear cousin Moji, the lord has called upon you, may your soul rest in perfect peace, no word is enough to describe the huge void you have left in the family, you will forever remain in our hearts, your good smile, good heart will forever remain with us, rest in peace my dear sister, may the be with the family you left behind, you are loved.
Femi Ajayi
Posted by Bibi O Teibo on January 16, 2021
A life well lived is the life worth living.

I was shocked when I heard, yet as time passed knowing that Moji and her family lived for Christ gave way to peace and comfort.

Rest in peace Moji. Thank you for your genuinely wonderful legacy. Amen.

- Lolade Teibo (nee Kamson)
Posted by Damilola Bode-Thorpe on January 16, 2021
Dear Moji,

I still remember from Gbagada how quiet you were and how you always wore a wise smile. You were gone too soon, but heaven as they say has certainly gained an angel. I pray for comfort for everyone you've left behind.

Rest on dear sis. xx
Posted by Yinka Oluwasola on January 15, 2021
My dearest sweet and gentle sister Dcns Moji. So loving so humble so kind so thoughtful. Always ready to help, generous, kind, funny, warm a true sister indeed. I remember the first time I met you Ore was barely 2 years old then when you came to pick him from Sunday School. You have been a constant inspiration to us as a woman of God firmly supporting your husband in the ministry. As a wife, mother, confidant, business magnate, sister and leader you were the epitome of excellence and commitment. You put all your effort into the church, family and business. I recall during our sons wedding, you were the first to arrive and supported us throughout. I still have my notes from all your business tips. We had many seasons of laughter and some times of sorrow too.
I bless the Lord for the times we all shared you will never be forgotten. May the Lord sustain and strengthen Pastor Benson, Ore, Tise, Dcns sisters and the whole family.
Rest in peace dearest sister till we meet again. Love always,

Dayo and Yinka Oluwasola, CFT family
Posted by Abayomi Adedeji on January 15, 2021
Dear cuz may your soul rest in perfect peace. I Pray GOD comfort your kids and husband through these hard times. I remember asking Bunkun about u 2 years ago when she visited the states and hoped to see u someday. God knows best. Say hi to my aunt your mom and till we meet again .
Posted by Quiet Ayo on January 15, 2021
Pretty and gentle Moji. Like a flower you were here for a beautiful moment. My most precious memories are the times spent with you all during my school breaks. We were all so young, happy and full of smiles. And then life sent us off to worlds apart. But God was kind to bring us together one more time for another lasting memory. I can still see your smile as we came together with the family...our enjoy an evening at 805. In this busy life we took a moment to smell the roses....What a lovely family time with you....what a blessing!...a time to always cherish in my always dear are shining with God......Adenrele
Posted by Adebayo Folakemi on January 15, 2021
You were a beautiful soul both inside and outside. Always ready to lend a helping hand. Words are not enough to describe the kind of person you were. Truly you would be missed by all of us aunt Moji.
Posted by Oluwadamilola Osunlana on January 14, 2021
Hmm, sister moji even though I wasn't really matured enough when you left Nigeria, but I remembered the last time you came around and I noticed how beautiful your soul is.. You will be forever missed. RIP
Posted by Olubukola Oshunkeye on January 14, 2021
Snr. Mojisola hmn... I pray for eternal life for you, I pray for eternal glory for you, I pray for eternal peace for you...

We you left behind, I pray for us all to be able to bear your demise in Jesus Christ name Amen.

Sun re oooo, Eternal Rest!
Posted by Olugbenga Oshin on January 14, 2021
I knew Moji since way back.

First running into herself and sister in their hood and then coincidentally on campus at LASU back in the early 90s.

Both sisters famously becoming the story of 'black and white . . .'

Moji was quiet, composed, focused and very deliberate. You could tell she was special. Someone with an uncommon aura and calmness.

To think I've not come across her physically in over two and a half decades, however - Memories of my friendship with her family; mum, sisters, uncles, aunties and cousins still lingers.

We are consoled by the comforting words that:

'Those we LOVE don't die'

Moji lives on in OUR hearts.
May she rest in peace.

Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android
Posted by Jide Abe on January 14, 2021
Moji Benson... you have left too soon, but I believe you have gone to be with our Lord Jesus Christ.
I will forever remember you as that very quiet, humble and simple lady who ran her Christian race with total dedication and commitment, without yielding to any distractions. Yes, you loved and served the Lord. I pray that our Lord Jesus Christ will comfort and strengthen your husband, Pastor Kehinde Benson, your children, your siblings and extended family at this very difficult time.
Rest in perfect peace Moji Benson. You will forever be missed.
Posted by Aderiyeke Adelekan on January 14, 2021
Sister Moj, (like some of us fondly called you)

This is hard to write .

Where do i start?
You were beautiful in and out, very reserved, you opened your mouth with wisdom and spoke intelligently. 
You didnt want stress and you didnt stress anyone.

When you were in PT and our husbands were prayer leaders, we all had a good fellowship together,  pouring out our minds with prayer requests was a norm, we were comfortable with each other like one big family. Ore was comfortable at ours and so was Milola at yours. 

I remember when you called me years ago for tips to start your bag business saying you want a side business, you humbly took a lot in and you put the business on levels which i am really proud of even today.

This news of your passing on is sooo hard to comprehend and has got us thinking a lot. 
We love you but we know God loves you best and you're in a better place experiencing Gods peace and comfort. 

Sleep well sis.
Our prayer is that God will comfort and strengthen  Pastor K , Ore, Tish , Labukun and all members of the family in Jesus name. Amen

Love always Ade and Fela Adelekan

Posted by Ladipo Adedeji on January 14, 2021
You are a sister and a half....those were among the last words I said to you via chat message when you sent me bday greetings in november.
Sis Moji lived with so much poise and quiet confidence,I was persuaded that she came into this world with a manual or playbook.
I took for granted that life on this divide is finite and always at the back of my mind expected to share the joke/story of how she tried to teach me how to spell Ladi bobo at age 4 or how when it was her graduation from FGGC new busa, I travelled with my late Dad (your uncle)to her school and watched him beaming with pride when she won the award from best behaved student or even her law school graduation where the experience was similar.
I haven't seen you in about 9 yrs, but you have always been just a call away or a chat message away when I needed advice, or someone to pray with.
You are most loved dear sis.You lived your life in a way worthy of emulation by many and I will never get over your loss..but I am assured of your eternal rest with the lord .This I can take comfort in.
Posted by adekola funmi on January 13, 2021
I remembered then in LASU, it was your sister Toyin that I knew being in the same faculty but you always had sweet smile as a form of greeting. I later met your big sis Kemi when she was posted to the legal dept. of my Ministry. MYSD. May God grant you rest and be with the family.
You have fought the good fight and heaven has gained an Angel.
Rest on gentle soul.
Posted by Akintoye Olufunke on January 13, 2021
Death brings pain that only time can heal,no words can express what I  truly feel,God ease our hurt, Moji was a joyful friend.i will cherish her memories death cannot my friend.Funke Martins-Akintoye
Posted by Ibiyemi Fadeyi on January 13, 2021
Moji Moji.....words just fail in peace.
May the good lord gives the family fortitude to bear the loss.
May her soul rest in Perfect peace IJMN
Posted by Adeoti-Titilayo Loremika... on January 13, 2021
Adieu, dear Moji! I remember your beautiful smiles, neat appearance, nice dress sense, lovely hair and gentle nature right at LASU LAW Faculty in those days... Your homecall is indeed a big shock! God be with you and may He grant your entire family the fortitude to bear the huge loss. Amen.
Posted by Ijeoma Irabor on January 13, 2021
Moji, It is unbelievable but thank God you will be received as a Saint, far above Principalities and powers, far above earthly pains and fails.

As classmates years ago, I remember how gentle and composed you were and that very gentle smile I can't forget

Rest in peace our sister and friend
The whole FGGC New Bussa "88" set mourn and miss you so so much our sister-

Ijeoma Irabor (nee Obodomechine )
Posted by Anthony Junaid on January 13, 2021
Moji, you were such a gentle person and still in total shock but l definitely know you are in a good place in the Lord. You will continue to be in my thoughts. I remember the good memories whilst we were growing up.
Rest In Peace my cousin. Love you always.
Posted by NNEAMAKA OMO on January 13, 2021
The news came as a shock. As I went down memory lane to the days at FGGC New Bussa. I remembered your gentle smile. You were always friendly and pleasant. Rest in peace gentle Moji. May you find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Mainland Jollof on January 13, 2021
I don’t know what to say or do, all o know is you were so sweet, childhood memories of you being so
Gentle and quiet carrying me away from the puppies at gbagada, you loved dressing up and looking Good, May God rest your beautiful soul. Till we meet again at the saviors feet. We all do love you and are terribly missing
You. Tosin Onitiri.
Posted by Segilola Kawu on January 13, 2021
Knowing you was a great pleasure Moji. You were gentle, kind and friendly while you were in FGGC New Bussa with Toyin. May your gentle soul Rest In Peace. May the Almighty grant the family the fortitude to bear this very sad loss. Rest on...!
Posted by Angela Okwuraiwe on January 13, 2021
Dear Moji,

It was a great shock when I learned of your passing. And a greater heavy heart to pen this tribute.
Am not one to say much, but when we were together in FGGC New Bussa, you were a sweet and gentle soul. Though we weren't great friend, I admired you a lot. Your gentle ways, sweet smile. Who you were, it's not lost nor will it ever be forgotten, it'll always be with those who knew you or even came across you no matter how briefly. That's who you are (were).
Sweet Moji, rest on babe, rest on.
Posted by Abimbola Olowa on January 13, 2021
Dear Moji words failed me when I learnt of your passing on the LASU Law WhatsApp group. I found it so hard to believe! Hmmm but God knows best. You had a beautiful, gentle and kind spirit, always smiling with your signature Anita Baker hairstyle. And from what I have read here you remained the same even after so many years. May God console and comfort your husband, children, sisters and indeed all of us. What comforts me is that you knew the Lord and you were sure you were going to meet Him. Keep resting in His bosom.
Posted by Biodun Hundeyin on January 13, 2021
Moji, such a meek and gentle soul. I can't recollect any moment you bore grudge with anyone through out our law classes. Your smiles, pedigree, friendliness and your unique "Anita Baker' hairstyle remain evergreen.
But death why did you take a virtuous woman? Why do bad things happen to good people?
We take solace in Isaiah 51v 1 [New Living Translation]. The godly often die before their time[...]for no one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come.
May the Lord give your families and friends the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
Rest In Perfect Peace, Moji.
Posted by Tubosun Alabi on January 13, 2021
I write this tribute with a heavy heart but with gratitude to God for the opportunity to have met Moji and the privilege to have been her pastor while at Livingsprings Fellowship, LASU. Moji started attending the fellowship back then with Toyin and she was both gentle and faithful. Never complaining and always a blessing. I celebrate the life you lived Moji, sleep on beloved. Till we meet again.........
Posted by Funmi Kolajo on January 13, 2021
RIP Moji, sleep in the Lords bosom till we meet to part no more.
May God comfort all the family you left behind.
Posted by Tope Sobo on January 13, 2021
Moji may you gentle soul Rest In Peace, words failed me knowing you married my primary school friend in fountain, and all through your years @ FGGC you’re were so peaceful, humble and beautiful, very calm I pray you find perfect peace in your maker ijn.
Posted by Chika Balogun on January 13, 2021
Dear Moji, may your soul rest in peace and your legacy live on....! ❤
Posted by Adewuni Adegboye on January 13, 2021
Behold, Heaven just gained a Saint,"Moji" as we fondly called her way back in Fggc N/B had qualities of a Saint,Calm, Gentle, had this Angelic smile.
Beautiful and elegant Moji gone too soon, but we take solace in Christ knowing you are in a better place.May the Lord uphold and keep your husband,children ,siblings and all loved ones.
Rest on dear

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Posted by Yinka Oluwasola on April 21, 2022
Happy posthumous birthday beloved. You are forever in our hearts. Rest on xxx
Posted by Bimbo Oladipo on April 20, 2022
Dcns Moji Benson,
We remember you everyday but we especially remember you today, our dear Sister. Sleep on in the blossom of our Lord.

Our love to your family.

Elder Daniel & Dcns Bimbo
Posted by Bimbo Oladipo on January 9, 2022
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
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The Life of Moji Benson - true beauty inside and outside

Mojisola Omolola Benson was born on the 20th April 1971 to late Mr Ezekiel Ayinde Oke Fakeye and late Mrs Patience Bamijoko Kofoworola Fakeye, She was the 3rd of four girls, born to them. Moji had her primary school education at St. Mary’s Private School, Lagos before heading to Federal Government Girls' College, New Bussa for her secondary school education. She studied Law at the Lagos State University (LASU) and was called to the bar in 1996 at the prestigious Nigeria Law School. Moji practised as a lawyer in Nigeria until 1998, when she relocated to UK for her post graduate degree at Brunel University, London.

She first briefly met her Kehinde Benson at a computer school in 1993, but fate would bring them together again in 1996 when she met him at the call to bar celebration of Hon. Babajimi Benson. After a romantic courtship, they got married on the 11th of July 1998. Soon after their wedding, Moji and Kehinde relocated together to UK to study for their post graduate degree courses at Brunel University. Right from their courtship days, Moji and Kehinde knew the Lord, loved and served God earnestly. They formed a united front to live a life of service to God, which saw them serve first at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Praise Tabernacle, and then at Christ Faith Tabernacle. It was at Christ Faith Tabernacle that they were sent on a mission to open a branch at Bristol, which they led until her demise. Their union is blessed with two beautiful children Oreoluwa and Oluwatise.

Not only was she a strong Christian, but she was also a phenomenally successful and enterprising businesswoman. She single-handedly built her international fashion brand of top-quality handbags, handbagcrave, with sales all over the world. She recently launched her ‘Lola Benson’ range, which has proven to be a popular brand.

Moji was dedicated to her children and was a constant source of encouragement to her sisters, with whom she shared a strong bond.

She was a lover of God, faithful wife, devoted mother, supportive sister, aunty, niece, and cousin to many. You are gone but will never be forgotten. We will always love you and miss you. Sun re o, Mojisola Omolola Benson.
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Moji an exemplary child of God

Shared by Jacqueline Omotosho on February 4, 2021
Blessing God for pastor Dupsy and I  being Pastors Moji and Kehinde’s pastors. Their wedding showcased their rudiments in the word of God and  the level of their obedience to our maker . They stood resolute in the instructions in righteousness  not to compromise their faith. We are forever endeared  to them. What God could and did God not achieve in Moji’s life it is no telling;  she followed God and is such an example
Of a child of God. We will
Miss you. Praying for strength for Pastor Kehinde , the children, family and the church , Glad God ordered our steps to find these photo all the way in Charlotte. Showing young Mayowa and Chiamaka on Moji and Kehinde’s wedding day as we served them . Moji your light drew many to Christ and it is shining forever in glory !!!

You are shining with God....

Shared by Quiet Ayo on January 15, 2021
Pretty and gentle Moji. Like a flower you were here for a beautiful moment. My most precious memories are the times spent with you all during my school breaks. We were all so young, happy and full of smiles. And then life sent us off to worlds apart. But God was kind to bring us together one more time for another lasting memory. I can still see your smile as we came together with the family...our enjoy an evening at 805. In this busy life we took a moment to smell the roses....What a lovely family time with you....what a blessing!...a time to always cherish in my always dear are shining with God........Adenrele. ..

Sleep on!

Shared by Angel Zion on January 12, 2021
Moji was a Phenomenal individual with a heart of Gold. U were a mighty force to reckon with. You will be dearly missed here. I'll definitely miss u. Rest on till we meet in the bosom of the Lord to part no more.