Let the memory of Mojisola be with us forever
  • 49 years old
  • Born on March 13, 1965 .
  • Passed away on March 22, 2014 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mojisola Ogunsanya (Nee Adesanya) 49 years old , born on March 13, 1965 and passed away on March 22, 2014. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Simee A on 29th October 2018
How quickly time flies. Time may change, but love remains constant. A sister in truth and in deed. Aburo, may your soul continuously find rest in the Lord's bossom. Love always
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 22nd March 2018
Hummm!! I remember u now & always. Ur place in my heart, i can’t fathom. Continue to rest well. Missing u,,,,,,,,,.
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 22nd March 2018
David Dunn's "Grace Will Lead Me Home" plays softly in the background as i write this tribute. Indeed grace led you home. Today 4 years after...i understand why your remembrance had to be one day after my wedding anniversary. I now see why and how God arranged the sequence of events- truly God is the Grand Master Planner!!! Kabiyesi O!!! I am in awe! What better way to always remember you, honor your memory-what a gift! Thank You Lord! I surrender to You Jesus! And so today, I cherish the gift of your memory- such wonderful ones! I could never trade them! Thank you! Thank you!! Thank you!!! I believe you are rejoicing with the angels, worshiping God. It is what you always loved to do. That i miss you is an understatement...I am only consoled because you are in a better place. Grace led you home...
Posted by Lade O. on 22nd March 2018
Aunty Mo...always a blessing and forever a blessing...never forgotten...always radiant and abounding. "Her children arise and call her blessed...many daughters have done virtuously but thou excellest them all"
Posted by Ronke Fowokan on 13th March 2018
Happy 53rd posthumous birthday . I tried so hard not to shed tears. You are always on my mind and forever in my heart. Sun re Mojisola.
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 13th March 2018
Still burning...the memories i have of you, still burns bright in my heart. Another year older today in the 50s club..that's what you would have been today. The consolation is you are in a better place where there is no sorrow, no pain. Happy posthumous birthday!!! sun re o...
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 13th March 2018
Forever in my heart. Miss u so dearly. Happy 53rd posthumous bday. May heavens continue to celebrate ur glorious life. Love u sis. Ur place in my heart...... u know. Till we all meet on the resurrection morning, continue to rest well.
Posted by Lade O. on 13th March 2018
Happy posthumous birthday my darling aunty. No one comes close to your person and love. This is why you will always stand out and never be forgotten. A good name is more desirable than great riches; to be esteemed is better than silver or gold. Proverbs 22:1. You live on and you live strong in our lives!
Posted by Simee A on 17th April 2017
How quickly time flies! The young girl from Emotan Close, with a good nature, a witty sense of humour and a lovely smile, who grew into a beautiful lady, wife mother and magistrate. It's been 3 yrs since you departed to be with the Lord, but the sweet memories we shared right from your youth in Lagos, at school, home and church; when you and your siblings schooled at Brooke House and stayed in Kilburn; the period of your wedding to Dewunmi, your heart throb, including your party and right through motherhood, especially the delivery of your first child in London, shall forever remain with me. Your humility and sense of fairness in judging issues will always be remembered also. The significant impact you made in the years you spent with us is something your family, friends and all who interacted with you will never forget. Sun ire o!
Posted by Biola Adekanbi-Alabi on 23rd March 2017
I woke up this morning thinking about Aunty Moji, i still can't believe that she's not here. I will always remember her generosity and life lessons. We truly lost a beacon and a light in our lives. I pray for your family and may your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 22nd March 2017
Humm!! 3yrs already. Sweet is the memory of the righteous. Ur sweet memories are all I have now sis Moj. Continue to take ur perpetual rest. Miss u so so muchhhhhh. Till we meet at the feet of our lord & saviour jesus Christ. Sleep on! Sleep on! Sleep on!
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 22nd March 2017
Another year has gone by... still feels like yesterday you went to be with God's Angels. You are remembered on this day and always. Miss your laughter, the way you reach out... you were such a gift. Your memory is indeed blessed! Continue to rest in peace...
Posted by Lade O. on 16th March 2017
I will never ever forget you my Aunty Mo. Your light still shines strong. Until we see and celebrate with our King. Love you.
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 13th March 2017
Happy 52th posthumous bday Sis Moj. Continue to celebrate with the saints. We remember ur cherish memory today. Sleep on beloved, sleep on.
Posted by Elizabeth Modupe Olufunwa on 13th March 2017
Moji, continue to rest in peace. We miss your generous nature, smile face, and your geneu advice . We love and miss you.
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 13th March 2017
You would have added another year today... we know you are rejoicing with the Angels... you are sorely missed!
Posted by Lati Folami on 25th March 2016
Live on Moji. You will always be alive in my heart and in my memories. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord and by God continue to bless and keep your loved ones
Posted by Lade O. on 22nd March 2016
My dear Aunty Mo you live on, as strong as yesterday. Not a day goes by without your memory. We love you and will carry on your legacy. You will never be forgotten. Guaranteed.
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 22nd March 2016
You are remembered on this day and always...sun re o...
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 21st March 2016
My sis Moj. Can't believe it's 2yrs already. Time alone can heal. Wish the hand of the clock cld be re-worn. I miss you so so much. Continue to rest in eternal glory. My jamisi men. U made me know that word. Hope you are enjoying all your magic movies. Your memories are just pouring & pouring in. It is well.
Posted by Denrele O on 21st March 2016
Sis Moj This past 2 years have gone so fast. It’s like yesterday. I Miss You so much, You are always in my thoughts. May your Gentle Soul continue to rest in Perfect Peace. Sun re o Mojisola.
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 22nd March 2015
An amiable soul gone to soon. Today marks a year of your demise. May perpetual light continue to shine on you & may eternal rest continue to grant you. Continue to sleep on my beloved as you continue to take thy holy rest. Love you till eternity. It is well with us.
Posted by Lade O. on 22nd March 2015
Every day I hope its a dream, to wake out of it but as you always said "It is well." You live on. Continue shining in our hearts. Blessings.
Posted by Toun Omisore-Davidson on 22nd March 2015
We miss you Moji, Glad you are now forever at peace in the Lords bossom. Rest on my sister. Blessings to all you left behind.
Posted by Bukolami Adeite on 22nd March 2015
"All is well".... Those were the last words you said to me, I can't believe its a year already cos your words, your voice and your smile are still fresh on my mind.. I miss you. If tears could bring you back, you would be here today, but am grateful to God for you ma... You will always be remembered.. We Love and miss you more than words can say... xxx
Posted by Toyin Bashorun on 13th March 2015
My beloved Friend, a tribute to your memory and to thank God for a faithful life on earth. It is well! Shalom.
Posted by Lade O. on 13th March 2015
You live on and will forever be in our hearts. I am sure your smile still gets heaven radiant just as it did on earth. Love you Aunty Mo'
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 13th March 2015
A glorious life cut short @ its prime. Today, u wld Ve joined the golden age club of 50. Happy posthumous 50th Bday. As the heavens are celebrating your glorious entrance, we @ these end celebrate your life, love, humor, hilarious jokes & tenderness etc. Missing u so much . My Jamisi men. Each day I struggle with ur demise but as long as our redeemer liveth, we can face tomorrow. Our father in heaven, understands all. Sleep on! Sleep on! Sleep on! Mojisola Ogunsanya (née Adesanya). March 13th 1965 - March 22nd 2014
Posted by Damola Dawodu on 13th March 2015
Aunty Moj.. i still miss all you weight loss tips (just to let you know I am still struggling with it oh ). Just like yesterday ... Almighty God will continue to keep and bless all your seeds that you left behind in Jesus name.May your soul continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Bukolami Adeite on 5th March 2015
My dearest 'godmom' it's almost a year but your soft smile is still so fresh in my mind..I think about you always.. we miss you much.. continue to rest in peace ma...
Posted by Lade O. on 3rd November 2014
My aunty mo, big sis and third mum. You will forever live in my heart. You are still as fresh today as yesterday. By the grace of God, I will see to it that your legacy lives on: love, compassion and radical giving.
Posted by Oluwatosin Somolu on 5th September 2014
I miss u so much. Can't stop thinking of you. Why is it the good ones that depart so soon. Keep sleeping on my beloved.
Posted by Tolulope Adubi on 3rd September 2014
6 months today we laid you to rest. The light of your love still burn brightly in my heart...sleep on beloved, sleep on...#memoriestotreasure
Posted by Lati Folami on 1st June 2014
Moji. I still find it difficult to believe you're no longer with us. You had such a kind and beautiful heart but you were no one's fool and you always spoke your mind. May Allah guard & keep your beloved children and your husband. Rest in peace Mojilicious. There you can feel no more pain
Posted by Femi Oluleye on 28th May 2014
May your soul rest in peace. I only just this minute heard about your demise. Reading all the tributes especially from your sisters makes my heart sing 'it is well'. May your legacy of Christ be rooted in your darling children.
Posted by Abimbola Ogundipe on 22nd April 2014
Dearest Mojisola aburo mi, your demise has set me off on a torrent of emotions firstly because I know we who are in Christ do not die but are raised to new life in eternity and secondly because you assured me that you will be healed and restored as it was not time to go and be with our creator. I leaned on the edge of my faith standing on Gods promises to heal and restore until you took your last breath. I wish it was a dream but painful as it is I must accept Gods will. He is sovereign and unquestionable. He is our life line and makes no mistakes. It is comforting to know that though you are absent in the body you are present with Christ rejoicing with heavenly saints. I am thankful that you shared your last days with your siblings sharing and recapping memories of our childhood. Your love for bananas keep coming to mind and how you used to hide under the dining table yelling " muuuuuuuummy" I won bayaaaaaya". I also recall times when we needed to cajole mum to allow us go to a party you would go into her room; yank her clothes out of her wardrobe and start tidying and folding them back neatly. Off course mum fell for it and low and behold we got our pass to freedom. You said "goodbye" twice last time we spoke and it resonated in my heart but I refused to accept it was final. I am thankful that Denrele and I were with you until the end massaging you and enjoying the peaceful countenance that you displayed before the spirit left you. Mojisola I love you soooooooo much and I know you will forever live in my heart. Thank you for being part of my life and for all your prayers and wise counsel. Mojisola your name has answered to you. Indeed you have woken up to glory. I can imagine you praising and rejoicing with the saints. Rest in peace away from the turbulence and trials of this world. Your dear sister, Abimbola.
Posted by Peju Sanusi on 21st April 2014
Sister Moji may your kind soul rest in peace. You were an epitome of kindness and I know for sure that our Father in Heaven will comfort and watch over your children, husband and family in Jesus name. amen.
Posted by Molade Faith Boluwajoko on 13th April 2014
My dear Moji, I have vivid memories of you as gentle and kind as we were growing up back at the family home at the university of Lagos.I realise now indeed that this world is not our home! You have gone to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus, its the best place to be! May the Lord keep and bless us you left behind!Sleep well,sis and honourable soldier of the LORD! Good Night!
Posted by Toun Omisore-Davidson on 8th April 2014
Moji, May your lovely soul rest in eternal peace. It has been a long time since Brooke House where I got to know you. You were funny, direct and forthright. I remember your funny sarcasm. Denrele and Bola's junior Sister. The Almighty God Bless, Protect, and Prosper your children and all you left behind. RIP.
Posted by Shola Richard-Fadiya on 7th April 2014
Moji Oyinade Ogunsanya. I saw her funeral ceremonies on BISCOM on Sunday 5 April and I thought what a rear gem. I pray for her husband and her children that God will comfort them in this time and always. Also, her friends and extended family the joy of the Lord is their strength. You will be greatly missed. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Kemi Alli on 6th April 2014
Moji rest in peace. What a rude shock. May the good comfort your children always.
Posted by Timi Okuboyejo on 5th April 2014
My heart goes out to your loved ones and family. I'm sad to hear of your passing but I know that you have returned to your father on heaven to live eternally. You will live on forever in heaven and forever in our hearts. May you rest in peace.
Posted by Bunmi Ogundipe Sonibare on 5th April 2014
Moji May you rest in peace you brought joy to our lives
Posted by Kehinde Alade on 5th April 2014
Aunti Moji, you will be greatly missed, May God be with Uncle Dewunmi and your children. We all love you but God loves you more. Your good works Nd Legacy lives on.
Posted by Oluwaseun Ogundipe on 5th April 2014
K'a to de odo didan na A o s'eru wa kale; Jesu, jo gba eru ese Awon ti O de l'ade A o pade leti odo Odo didan,odo didan na, Pel'awon mimo leba odo T'o nsan leba ite ni. Nje l'eba odo tutu na, Ao r'oju Olugbala; Emi wa ki o pinya mo, Yio korin ogo Re.    A o pade leti odo,&c Life is not about how short or how long ,but how well it is spent in Christ and affecting life's for Christ. Mojisola your's was a life well spent. I could not match your simplicity with the personality of the wife of the Chairman of Multichoice.You were just too simple. Thank you for your support.Thank you for keeping on Uncle Yinka's love for me. Those in Christ don't die,they only sleep because on the resurrection morning, we shall all be united praising our Lamb upon the Throne. I can imagine you now in heaven singing an endless Alleluia to the one that saw you through. For those of us left behind it is my prayer that we will keep the faith and finish well. Mojisola kept the faith and finished well.Good Night thou great Steward. By His grace a o pade leti odo didan na.
Posted by Ajibola Oyelade on 5th April 2014
Your Worship, I am devastated by this news but comforted that you are SURELY in heaven. When Tolu Olugbemi broke this news to me I almost collapsed but was reminded of your devotion to God, your family and humanity.You were brilliant, generous, and loved your family so much. May God Almighty keep in peace those you have left behind.
Posted by Tomi Falaiye on 5th April 2014
Moji, Funny how my memory of you at MGHS is about you, cooking nice food and bringing it in beautiful dishes that my mum would never have allowed me to bring to school because I was not careful enough not to break it.! And you would make enough to feed an army. I also remember that I never saw you quarrel with any one. You were such a sweet gentle soul with a fantastic fashion sense. I read all tributes and I know that you are sorely missed. Rest in peace Moji. Feyisara
Posted by Ireti Molake on 4th April 2014
May your gentle soul rest in peace. Moji was humble, patient as well as very beautiful (inside and out) every woman should learn from her. that is the only way we can immortalise her Good night and sleep well now.
Posted by Olawunmi Ogunjimi on 4th April 2014
aunty moji i dont know you but the tributes in punch newspaper caught my attention. your radiant smiles and good words from staff of multichoice about you has been confirmed with these nemerous tributes. the fact that you were my senior at m.g.h.s also wished you had stayed longer. i wished i had met you like i met your husband just few weeks before your demise. my heartfelt goes to uncle dewunmi and the kids. i cant imagine what they are going through now. may the good lord uphold, bless, guide and console them. rest in peace. God loves you more
Posted by Damola Dawodu on 4th April 2014
Auntie Moj, Chairlady! She was truly a beautiful woman and had the looks every woman longed for – the right shape, size, height, beauty… she seemed to have it all. I don’t know how she did it, but she maintained those looks and always appeared well put together – she never had an “off” moment. She was beautiful inside - out. She was a calm person who was not easily ruffled by events – she took it all in her stride and had a great sense of humor – she could see the funny side of life. She was a fantastic and passionate mother , wife and was fully involved in anything to do with her children. Usually, the average teenager these days wouldn’t want to be seen to “hang out” with their mom as it would affect their “rep” but she was such an interesting person that her kids found a cool friend in her to hang out with! She was a great lover of life – she loved good food and made the meanest jollof rice. She always knew where to find the best nibbles. She was warm, accommodating, and not just provided support but always actively involved in family functions. She was the ideal family person and will definitely be greatly missed. I pray that God will comfort her children, her husband and the entire family at this time of her passing. May the Lord secure, strengthen and uphold all that she has left behind in Jesus name. May death be far from this family as a whole; may we not have cause to sorrow over anyone. May God keep us all in Jesus name.

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