This was created in memory of our loved one, Mrs Mosadoluwa Fashina (nee Ilori), 27, born on August 21, 1989 and was called to Glory on November 11, 2016. Mrs Mosadoluwa Fashina studied at Federal Government Girls' College, Sagamu, Ogun State, Nigeria, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Lagos State, Nigeria  B.Sc (actuarial Science) M.Sc (Insurance and Risk Management) with distinction from Cass Business School, City University London, ACII. Risk Analyst ERS Insurance Company Limited, London, UK. Married to Mr Dayo Fashina. We miss you but we are happy you touched lives in your short stay on this side. Rest in the bosom of your Lord and savior, Jesus Christ that you loved so much. Bye dear Mosadoluwa Ajoke, Omo Ilori. Omo ajigbayin olode Ayin. We will forever remember you.

Please join us to celebrate Mosadoluwa's Life at a Memorial Service in her honour
Date: Sunday 27th November, 2016 
Venue: Lecture Theatre, UNILAG Guest House and Conference Centre 
Time: 2pm

There will be a Memorial Service this Sunday 20th November, at 12.30 -13.30 

In the Drewe Theatre, Reynolds Building, Imperial Medical Campus  St.Dunstans Road, Hammersmith, London, W6 8RP 






Posted by Onyinye Evbuomwan on November 12, 2020
Dear Dolu,
Your impact will forever be felt...
Sleep on dear
Posted by Ruth Pitan on November 11, 2020
Missing your bubbly little powerful person. Forever in our hearts xx
Posted by tofunmi bamgbose on August 21, 2020
I remember you always, Dolu...
Happy birthday!
Posted by Fikayo Ilori on August 21, 2020
Happy Birthday My sister ❤
Posted by Lola Opaleye on May 22, 2020
I don't know why I am here tonight...mosadoluwa, continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Kehinde Agunbiade on November 12, 2019
Dear Dolu,

It seems like yesterday and you're always remembered especially wherever i listen to Oceans. Keep Resting with the Angels :)
Posted by Oluwatominiyi Adisa on November 12, 2019
I saw you last night dancing and rejoicing. Keep dancing and rejoicing in God's bosom. We will still meet again.
Posted by jagun ibrahim on November 11, 2019
My wonderful Dolu, u r always remember, Jagun cares
Posted by Obiagirlie Aito on November 8, 2019
Three days to three years. Dolu, dare I ask how it has been? You still remain very strongly in our thoughts.

Sleep on... sleep well.
Posted by Vona Aghoghovbia Ezichi on August 28, 2019
Thinking of you today..... you are loved and you are missed dearly. I can only imagine how much fun you are having with Jesus :)
Posted by Fikayomi Ilori on May 5, 2019
It's a lie! It doesn't get better with time. It gets harder to express and that hurts even more, My Sister....
Posted by Obiagirlie Aito on December 2, 2018
Doluwa.... I'm here again. How does heaven look? Another bright light has gone off here and I remembered you. I wonder if you could look out for him at your end... We are sad here but I can only imagine what it feels like walking at Jesus's side. Rest on Doluwa. Rest on.
Posted by Modupeoluwa Olupitan on November 11, 2018
Doluwa,you are forever remembered.. 2years and it still feels like yesterday..keep resting
Posted by Ayomide Adebayo on August 23, 2018
I remember how you call me Ayomideee Esoimeme back then in school, I get chills when I remember you are gone but at the same time I feel so much at peace because I know you are in a better place.
 I love you Dolu
Posted by Obehi Enabor on November 15, 2017
Dolu, we never met but I was touched by your devotional.
I only heard admirable and good things about you.
To live in the hearts of those you leave behind is not to die.
May your soul and the souls of the faithfully departed rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Ebere Orji on November 13, 2017
Dear Dolu....Thank you for making a difference.Thanks for being you.Thanks for the impact.
Posted by Adeola MATTI on November 13, 2017
Mosadioluwa,continue to rest in the bossom of God.
Posted by Clementina Ramsey-Osere on August 23, 2017
I got to know Dolu as an immortal being after reading an inspiring post by one of her friends and I wanted to learn more about Mosadoluwa Fashina.

Though I was never privileged to meet her on earth but she is one soul i would love to meet in heaven.

After reading her eulogies, I am inspired to love more, serve more and live for Jesus more than ever. My thoughts are with her husband, family and friends; continue in the hope of meeting up with her in heaven.
Posted by Omolara Daramola on January 24, 2017
Mosadoluwa, 16 years a friend and forever so much more. I couldn't bring myself to write anything until now, I guess I was trying to come to terms with reality. I have tonnes of memories of us, from being co-shorties ***wink wink***, to being classmates, chapel coordinators, Press Club newscasters, L&D society, our private Technical Drawing tutorials, even getting into trouble together (just once though).

I remember how you would gleefully sing "condition na im dey make crayfish bend.." and do ur funny dance in front of class. Your favourite quote "Aut optimum, aut nihl" became my best quote too. It has been either the best or nothing. Till date, I carry a journal almost all the time, I picked that from you. 

Dolu, I remember our chats and calls and how so badly u wanted to make that trip to France to see me. I'm glad I got another chance to see you after that. I recall our conversations, about my challenges, leading up to when you passed, you told me "Lara, simileoluwa" (rest in the Lord).

If I could see you right now, I would pinch you for being a sly. Yes, you know why? You showed me so much love, you were always ready to listen and hear me out, I felt verrrrry special, ase you were like that with everybody, well done o. Dolu, how did you do it? Better still, God teach me how to love like Dolu did because I know she did all these only by your help.

I know Jesus, but I have never met him in person. I read the bible, I feel God's love, but I have never been able to put a physical/human form to it, I have never held, carried or hugged it. Dolu darling, you were my slice of Jesus, the closest human representation I could ever have of the love of Jesus. I learnt a lot from you while u were on this side but I have learnt deeper things from you, even though you are now on the other side of eternity.

I remember our dream "One Step Up", you are several steps higher now, we hope to meet up, in faith and in love.

Your memories are forever dear to my heart.

Rest in Peace sweet angel.
Posted by R. F., on December 31, 2016
"You are a mist that appears for a little while, and then disappears" (James 4:14). Mosadoluwami's life was brief , but well lived! She made a deep and warm impression on all the hearts she met, never to be forgotten! God's plan for us was to live on a paradise earth forever, and death was not part of his plan. He promises that soon there will be a reunion of all our love ones that have fallen asleep in death.
1 Thessalonians 4:14, 18 states "For if we have faith that Jesus died and rose again, so too, those who are dead in union with Christ will rise.... So keep comforting one another with these words". God is faithful and true. I give the family my most heartfelt condolence
Posted by Onikosi Matti on December 26, 2016
Yesterday you were reality,today you have become a memory, such that can never fade no matter how time pass.
MOSADIOLUWA,I couldn't believe you are gone. Your sweet, gentle &ever smilling look keep wanderin in my brain. You will forever live in our dream.
May your soul rest in the abode of your creator whom you have gone to meet.
The Iloris,the Fashinas,well wishers,friends, family, sympathizers, May God give us all the fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by bola alayo on December 13, 2016
Dear Dolu,
I have put off writing this for a long time. but I find myself going back to read about you. you are indeed special! when people talk about you its always something sweet. I wish I got closer to you when I had the chance. I am glad about what your death has taught us. Love is indeed a beautiful thing. I am glad you are at the bosom of the love and that your sweet soul is resting indeed. I have learnt that with you in deed OLUWATOSADI.
Rest on baby gal!
Posted by Adanna Ezeamama on December 6, 2016
Dolu, words cannot express the shock and sadness I felt when I heard of your passing. My heart is so full of sadness because I didn't get to see you to say good bye. I had hoped to see you the next time I came to the UK, but the Lord needed to see you more than I did. Dolu, my sunshine, my small but powerful friend- truly, you will forever be missed. You were more than a friend to me. You were always there for me, advised me, constantly checked up on me, even though I should have been the one looking out for you. But that's the sort of person you were. Selfless. You even encouraged me to attend fellowship during our lunch break at work...But the thing that amazes me whenever i think of you is that through it all, you remained strong, kind, wise beyond your years and so so full of love and light. That is the memory of you that I will forever hold dear.

Death is a terrible thing, especially when it comes for a special person as you were. I will miss you Dolu- I will miss your optimism, your happy nature, our train rides home, our lunchtimes together. I will miss so many things about you my dear friend, but I rejoice in the knowledge that you are now resting in the bosom of our Lord where you will know no more pain.

Rest well my love.
Posted by OLUWASHINA REBECCA on November 29, 2016
it was an early bright gaze when I walked into my mother-in-law’s room only to see much pain on her face. She said three words to me: "MOSADOLUWA TI LO "I couldn’t believe it and looked away in shock. Didn't want to face the truth, I tried so hard to be strong but how can you hide the stabbing knife those words took to my heart? It is HARD to accept the death of a loved one; especially when you didn't have the chance to say goodbye; especially when the deceased was taken so suddenly and so shockingly at the prime of life and most especially when it seems like an irreplaceable part of your world is gone. The grief and the pain can be unbearable; you cry a river and your sorrow knows no end. You never really know what it's like until you are there yourself, but you look to God because he's the only one who can comfort you.

Death and indeed a death so sudden and painful like the death of MY SISTER IN LAW, makes me realize the brevity of life. We often take life for granted; too much so. Her death has made me sit down and reflect. It has made me take time to appreciate the loved ones in my life because I don't know what tomorrow will bring. It's made me put things in perspective. I want to live life and love it, I don't want to spend my life being unhappy or dissatisfied, I want to put a smile on my face because that's what can make a dark day seem bright and I want to play the game of life to the very end.
MOSADOLUWA is gone; WE cannot bring her back, but at least in memory of her, WE can live a life that WE know she would be proud of. Our loved ones may be dead and gone but WE privileged to still be living owe it to them to live fulfilling lives. DOLU LIVES ON
Posted by Kupoluyi Feyikemi on November 26, 2016
Since Nov 14th that I heard about your passing away I still can't stop thinking about you. MOSADOLUWA.... our ever-friendly, outspoken, God-fearing petite lady is gone to be with the Lord.
God has surely taken the righteous before the evil days.... I keep reading all these tributes with teary eyes but God knows best.
Continue to rest at the bossom of the Lord dearest.

Posted by Bookey Olawumi on November 22, 2016
Dolu, on hearing your name for the first time I was amazed and more amazing is your full name, Mosadoluwa! Your write ups wowed me steady, I looked forward to reading your Facebook posts cuz of how captivating they were, I admired you a lot since saggy days...I hold fond memories of casting news together, anglican chapel activities as well.... You were such a great woman with a beautiful heart after God. Those of us you left behind find solace in the fact that you're now walking on the streets of gold, wining and dining with Jesus. We love you! Rest in Peace Dolu.
Posted by Bookey Olawumi on November 22, 2016
Dolu, on hearing your name for the first time I was amazed and more amazing is your full name, Mosadoluwa! Your write ups wowed me steady, I looked forward to reading your Facebook posts cuz of how captivating they were, I admired you a lot since saggy days...I hold fond memories of casting news together, anglican chapel activities as well.... You were such a great woman with a beautiful heart after God. Those of us you left behind find solace in the fact that you're now walking on the streets of gold, wining and dining with Jesus. We love you! Rest in Peace Dolu.
Posted by Ruth Pitan on November 21, 2016
Smile for me - A poem

As the sun rises each morning and you wake to face the day,
I’m hoping you say a little prayer and at the same time smile for me.

Not because you just may miss me and all my playful ways,
But because I sit with my Father in Heaven smiling down on you always.

My time with you was short, but it could be no other way.
You see God already planned my purpose and for our friendship to always remain.

So let’s remain as we are for I know we will meet again.
But don’t waste time dwelling on how or when but know we will be reunited once again.

I hope my blogs did not bore you but know that I wrote them from the depths of my heart.
We are here only to serve Him, and from that I pray we never depart.

He sacrificed so much for me of this I hope you know….
I fact it wasn’t just for me, I just hope you come to know.

I hope that when you think of me and the good times we may have shared.
Please just go ahead and smile for me…..and I'll return the gesture, just think of my dimpled smile.
Posted by Christiana Adeyemi on November 20, 2016
Mosadoluwa.. I met you on the 26th of January, 2014 for the very first time. I was happy to have a friend in the new location that morning, but i later found out you only came for vacation... And ever since then, the friendship and communication continued via facebook, skype and whatsapp and every other possible means... Such a Lovely Lady!!!
I never knew it was my first and last time of seeing you..
Doluwa.. thanks for been a good friend, your love, care and support for my needs are deeply appreciated. Thanks for the daily devotionals IT'S THAT SIMPLE, my best are - Walls and Standing ovation...
Above all, thanks for leaving a MEANINGFUL LIFE.. Even though your exist hurts so badly, but am grateful to God for making it a MEMORABLE LIFE, by using it to touch lifes. Guess what Doluwa, even while you are resting, your life is still ministering to people, of which am sure many people can affirm this. All I can say is our God is good and all He does is good.

Sleep on Mosadoluwa darling.. You will always be remembered....
Posted by Fadi Oluremi on November 19, 2016
I still remember the little time we shared together, you are really a rare gem. I wish RIP means Return If Possible.
I know your return is being celebrated in heaven. It's that simple.
Posted by Kachi Nwokenna on November 18, 2016
Your spirit and energy was a joy to be around. Thank you for being the
special person you were and lighting up every room you were in. We will all miss you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. x
Posted by Ego Ogueri on November 18, 2016
Mosadoluwa... your name always fascinated me... I'm glad to have met and served with you in this lifetime... I'm grateful for the life you lived and the stance you took for Jesus which never wavered... I'm thankful to God for the impact you made in my life and in the lives of everyone you came across even as young as you were...

You will be sorely missed but we take solace in the fact that you lived well...for the audience of ONE and now you can rest with Him. Rest well Dolu Fashina till we meet again...
Posted by Demilade Kukoyi on November 17, 2016
Mine is a testimony of love shared with a priceless heart. Mosdoluwa mi, I really really do love you. You brought so much joy and flavour to my life....

Months before your going home, while you battled with your health, I had other kinds of battles. Every time we talked you always wanted it to be about me. You felt what I was going through was more important. I don't know if I was always there for you but you were always always always there for me.

You called me your best told me you love me as Jonathan loved David. Me? How? Just God's favour could have done that. We always both said we do not know how we became friends as our relationship started just at the very last moment in Secondary school.

You changed my world, Doluwa. I bless God that I met you. I bless God that you came into my life. My friend for all and through all seasons....many friends have done well, but you you Doluwa were just enough for me....You stood in the place of 1000 friends.

You loved many, you mentored many, you taught many. God's love was made manifest in You.

You believed so much in me Doluwa. After Christ and just like my mother, you were my rock. I remember telling you that you had to fight and win, as I couldn't imagine my life without you in it...and you said "you have plenty life without me, Demilade"

You touched so many hearts, you gave hope to many. You passed on life (God's life) to thousands...and I am so privileged to be your friend.

Thank you so much, Doluwa. Thank you for everything you were to me. Thank you for everything you did for me. Thank you for loving me. Thank you for helping me. Thank you for understanding me. Thank you for the across border flights just to see me, just to be with me. Thank you for teaching me. Thank you for listening to me...You always let me pour out my heart to you. Thank you for sharing your heart with me. I would really miss you

I sorrowed so much when I heard of your passing....couldn't take it....but the Father, whom you led me to, has brought joy and peace to my heart. You chose heaven and I know you like it there.

God, please now that my darling is with you, please I do not want to forget anything. I want to remember everything. I want to carry her in my heart always, always and forever...

Always and forever ❤

Posted by Rebecca Emeraghi on November 17, 2016
Like the song writer wrote....
...'I am a flower quickly fading
here today and gone tomorrow
a wave tossed in the ocean
vapour in the wind...'

I knew you from a distance back in FGGC sagamu, but from a distance you impacted my life by your godly living and character.

RIP Dolu as you live on in Eternity...
May God grant your dear ones the fortitude to bear this loss...
Posted by Kehinde Agunbiade on November 17, 2016
My Darling Mosadoluwa, we have been friends for over 17 years, u have been such an amazing woman of God, Brilliant, Selfless, Humble, Jovial, Giver, Ever Smiling, God Chaser and Lover.
You loved doing the things of God with all your heart and explained bible verses in such a simple and realistic way. I remember when you preached on the “Prayer of Jabez” from FGGC, Sagamu. You made me fall in love with the book, by Bruce Wilkinson. You loved everyone that you came across, both small and big, you served God, impacted lives with your devotional, it's that simple.
Also, i remember when we went for a Praise Concert in London, on our way back around 5am, i and taye wanted to top up our Oyster card, you said u will pay for it, so that we will have a share of the Olympics money that you work for during summer. I still have those beautiful Multi-coloured shoes you bought for us as a birthday gift from Stratford mall. Dolu, u were a generous giver and expected noting in return.
Even as I write this, I still cannot wrap my head around over your passing away, still in shock but who are we to question God. You left so soon but can never be forgotten. Heaven was in a hurry to have you back but our hearts were not. I have decided to thank God for your life and I am Super Proud of the Life you lived here on earth. I will miss you a great deal. I pray that the Lord Console your Hubby, Parents and Siblings at this time and always.
You fought a good fight, finished the race and you kept the faith, 2 Timothy 4:7. Rest on my Dear Soldier. I Love you.
We will meet again at the feet of the Lord.
Posted by Dalt Ogunniran on November 17, 2016
I do not know you but reading about you made me wish I had met u while u were here with us. You are all I pray to God to help me become but you have ran your race and am sure the heavens are delighted over you. Rest in peace Dolu.
Posted by Bola Fakeye on November 17, 2016
Dear Dolu....
I will miss u so much
Rest in peace dear Angel
Posted by Bidemi Williams on November 17, 2016
Dear Dolu, I can't even describe the shock I experienced when the news of your passing was announced in church. You were an angel here on earth. I am confident that you now rest in the bosom of the Lord. You touched lives during your stay on earth. You will be greatly missed. Continue to rest in peace dear, till we all meet at Jesus' feet.
Posted by Ayobami Oduntan on November 17, 2016
Doluwa Ilori, the Brilliant, Smart and Outspoken Hadeija girl. I knew you as a Sagamu girl, but my sister always talked about you. i have read so many stories about you and it feels as if it is not a 27year old that people are talking about. From all that i have read "i read so many stories" you lived a FULFILLED LIFE and it is obvious heaven just gained an angel. Even the bible says it that the Righteous will be taken away before the day of Evil. Doluwa Fashina, my prayer is that God will comfort those you left behind and fill the Vacuum in their heart. Rest on Beloved. Sleep on
Posted by Balogun Ebunoluwa on November 17, 2016
A life so short but worth a life time. Mosadoluwa 1Thes 4
Posted by uju ofili on November 17, 2016
Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ Dolu. We love you but Jesus loves you more. You will always be remembered.
Posted by Remi Oloko on November 17, 2016
I don't even know where to begin, what to say or how to say it... My beautiful, gentle and passionate Mosadoluwa. This really hurts... I'm really sitting here writing this tribute? You are gone? Hmmm it is well...

Oh how much I love you. You were GOOD! SO GOOD! in every sense of the word!

The amount of times I have shut my eyes to search for your gentle voice and how you would say, "Aunty Remz, how are you RE? Oya o, let us pray!" ... I just never understood why you called me "Aunty Remz", it just made me feel weird. I asked you why and you said, "Don't mind me jare. Me, I call everybody aunty o!" - lol.

You had a rare kinda heart, small but mighty, pocket rocket, a woman with a purpose. Through you I felt the love of God on this earth. You absolutely, and without any hint of delusion embodied the nature of Christ.

Its so true what they say, "You don't know what you have until its gone." - You were an angel in flesh and blood... Yes, you were an angel in human form. Sometimes, I wondered if you were human... You were just TOO GOOD! I can't even explain it

You were a "Walking Bible". You didn't only know the Lord and His word; you lived like Him and lived the word too! You ALWAYS had a word ready for any season. You lived a purposeful life; you loved unconditionally; you were always positive and happy despite the oppositions; evenmore, you were so quick to put your issues aside in order to carry someone else's.

I wish I had come for that sleepover with you and Anjie; I wish I had called you every single day I remembered but procrastinated; I wish I had come to chill with you and Dayo like we did a few months ago; I wish I had kept my promise to come to rummage your fridge for that jollof rice and ayamase... HA! MY HEART IS HEAVY... VERY HEAVY... I love you Mosadoluwa... My inspiration. I remember when I was thinking of a name for a character in my blog. I wanted a deep and meaningful name for that character, then I remembered MOSADOLUWA! You were now blushing when you read the story lol. I also remember when I sent you a picture of a note I made in my bible next to Proverbs 18:10 with your name scribbled on it... You called me immediately saying, "Aawww aunty Remz you like my name this much?" to that, I said, "I LOVE everything about your name Dolu! In fact, by His grace, I will name one of my children 'Mosadoluwa'." ...and there it was again, that beautiful giggle followed with a, "Thank you Aunty Remz."

Gosh! Indeed, Olorun ti n palemo aye o (God has started His "housekeeping" on this earth); He has started taking His brides. For those of us still here on earth, God is giving us more time to "get IT right", to find our purpose and live with that purpose. For me, by God's grace, I will endeavour to be to others what you were and STILL are to me.

One thing I know for certain is this: you, my dear friend, are in heaven. If you could see how heartbroken we are now, and if you could talk to us now, I know exactly what you would say... *in your gentle angelic voice* "You people should stop crying now... Don't cry again... Me, I'm ok o; I'm here with Jesus... I'm even about to eat lunch with Him sef... He says He wants us to gist small *insert your cute giggle*" - Somehow, each time the tears starts streaming down my face, this thought slowly comforts me and I smile a little amid the pain and tears...

You are forever scoured on my heart, Mosadoluwa... I love you SO MUCH, but God loves you more! Sleep tight my sweet angel.
Posted by Remi Turton on November 17, 2016
Its funny, i was reading one of your post published this past sunday and was about to ask after you when i got the call. 'aunty Remi' that was your signature in addressing me and i never understood why, you always went ' wo! thats what i call everyone. I am glad that i met you and called you a friend, because you blessed me and always and i mean always inspired me when we saw. Always with a cheerful face, grateful heart, and graceful spirit. I pray for God's unending comfort, perfect strength, uncommon peace and priceless love for your family and loved ones during this period and as the years go by, I pray your soul rests in perfect peace, i do not for a second doubt you are dancing and rejoicing with angels. Mosadoluwa!!! looking through our picture together, you embodied that name perfectly, and i am thankful for our times albiet short together but still priceless.
God bless
With love , Remi x
Posted by Omowunmi Akinboni on November 16, 2016
May ur gentle soul rest in peace Mosadoluwa... we love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Obiagirlie Aito on November 16, 2016
Dolu... now I ask myself, did I love enough? Have I let the people who matter to me know how much they do? You were like a little sister... in FGGC, we would meet almost everywhere. Press, Debate, Chapel, Assembly and I would think, does Doluwa ever stop smiling? Then we met again in Unilag and now I realize it was too brief. Too brief Doluwa. Im sorry I get to leave a tribute to tell you how much I cared. You were amazing! Sun re! You will be forever missed! When next you walk with Jesus, tell Him it hurts because we cant see the other side. Good night Dolu.
Posted by Seyi joko Ogunrinde on November 16, 2016
Hmmmmmm, heard this sad news a night before my birthday, all i did was pray for you because we would only find solace in the life you lived,you really touched lives. We havnt spoken since saggy days but your impact was strongly felt. My seetee, rest in peace in heaven. You did well on earth..
Posted by Onyinye Evbuomwan on November 16, 2016
Rest in Peace Dolu....You were truly an Angel.Our consolation is that you lived for God while on earth.Thanks for impacting lives...I wish your husband and family the strength to bear the loss
Posted by Lynda Muoghalu on November 16, 2016
Dear Dolu,

Its so surprising and sad to know you have left.

I knew you in Unilag as Shade's bestie. We may not have been close but I always admired your passion for things of God, your beautiful smile, your kindness, your humility, infact ur just an epitome of a true Christian and were so full of life. Sad, it may seem you left, I believe you have fought the good fight, for its not how far but how well.

Was just telling someone this morning at work that, if we were to list people going to heaven, your name would be there.

Rest well my dear, your exemplary life, your smile remains with us. I will always remember that.

May God give you the fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by Abisoye Adeyiga on November 16, 2016
Dear Mosadoluwa, though words fail me, but all I've got to say is that you were an Angel sent from Above to us; You taught us love, care and the importance of life...Rest on my dearest Small but Mighty Dolu...I'm certain you're in Heaven smiling at us....
Posted by Busayo Odumoye on November 16, 2016
So Doluwa... this is for you. Since you left, i start and end my day with your memories, I either go through our chat or listen to the video Fikayo (your sister) shared with me. You thought I was the stronger one but I put it to you, you are far stronger. I wouldn't laugh about such condition but we laughed over it. What height of faith and strength? It was not the faith of "the grave is near" but that of "I know I can make it". No wonder you said, you are fighting from the point of victory.
Did you even know how many lifes you touched, "you little you"? You didn't have to meet them to touch their lifes, how much more we that were opportuned to meet you. Some of us met you just for 1-2days, some for years, some met you and lost contact with you, yet everyone speaks great about your Bible-based faith, your cheerfulness, your intelligence, and much more the works you did to show for it, etc. I can't even imagine the accolades that is been given to you by God neither can I imagine how shining your crown of glory is. Your years on earth were short but very fulfilling.
Can I talk about the last few years we spent together as sisters and friends.... I won't trade these years for anything. I wish our 4-eyes saw again, I wish we could hug one more time, I wish we could pray together one more time, I wish we could celebrate many things together... Forever, you (DoluFash, MOI) live on in my heart.
Thank you for the words of comfort you left behind. You indeed overcame the pains of this world and the cares of this world. Doluwa I miss you, I love you so much but yes God loves you more. Rest on my darling.
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Posted by Onyinye Evbuomwan on November 12, 2020
Dear Dolu,
Your impact will forever be felt...
Sleep on dear
Posted by Ruth Pitan on November 11, 2020
Missing your bubbly little powerful person. Forever in our hearts xx
Posted by tofunmi bamgbose on August 21, 2020
I remember you always, Dolu...
Happy birthday!
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Jesus in Human Form.

Shared by Oluwatominiyi Adisa on November 17, 2016

I am privileged to be part to see Jesus in human form. Dolu is Jesus in human form. l remember when coordinating Odunlade's family quiz, people don't want Dolu to be the first to see the questions cause she will surely have the answers to the questions "mini Google". I made the quiz more difficult, but Dolu will surely get it right. Then she got the first position to the quiz competition. Even when on other group chats and there is quiz, I will bring it to family chat cause I know I will surely get the right answer to it.

Just like Jesus, you didn't head a church to touch lives. She used every opportunity and the gift to preach the gospel.

Her presence is always lively both on the group chat and when she is around for Family get-together.

Always smiling.

You are my Role Model.

Inspired by Dolu

Shared by Tobi Ayo-Vaughan on November 15, 2016

 Immediately i saw that picture on eneh's page on IG, the name Doluwa Ilori resonated. But wow, i didn't expect it to be an eulogy post. I only know of Doluwa from a distance, not even her friend on fb or ig, wasnt even aware of her daily letters and blogs or that she got married...but when her name popped up in my head, my immediate thought was "that small christlike girl" i was in FGGC Sagamu for 4yrs, during junior days we weren't friends but she'd smile and we'd say hi when we walked past eachother or so, she made an impact even without words. I knew she was special, she stayed smiling, i saw her zeal for Christ, and her dedication to everything just in general. I remember few times when i will pass by hadeijah house  coming from Rima house and seeing her small self looking like she was the boss. She just had that leader role skill naturaly. She also looked like she had no worries. I saw her in service everytime i went, and when i dont go i'd run into her still in her white dress (our service uniform) and i'd think in my head "this girl never misses service". It feels like Dolu knew she would be spending only 27 yrs in life bcuz her impact on lives at her early stages in life is very moving and inspiring. I mean we never even conversed, but now having flash backs to her image, i am very proud of her and the way she carried herself in christ. I wish i was more on FB to recieve her notes that everyone has writen about(it's just simple) smthn in that line. It may seem sad that shes gone, but trust me there is no place she'd rather be if only we can see and hear our loved ones in heaven, we will weep no more for them. God probably couldnt wait 53 more yrs to have her up there. But may the spirit of God Console our flesh and heal the wounds.

I am inspired by Dolu to not take the work of God and his words for granted.