ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Musibau Abdul 46 years old , born on December 12, 1972 and passed away on April 4, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Babatunde Adeluola on April 10, 2019
None of us ever saw it coming, it’s so hard to say goodbye. We are not happy that you left so early. May God grant you eternal repose.
You will forever be celebrated because of the exemplary life you lived. You are a billionaire in thoughts, ideology and reasoning. Too rich in helping all and sundry, extremely rich in solving problems. No two birds are like peacock in the forest, you are created to touch lives and that you have accomplished. A great Achiever and A Knight in the family and world at large. I will forever celebrate you. Goodnight M&S.
Posted by Adetoun Sowemimo on April 8, 2019
Ah! Erin lo!! O di arinako, O di oju ala. M&S sunre ooh.

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Posted by Babatunde Adeluola on April 10, 2019
None of us ever saw it coming, it’s so hard to say goodbye. We are not happy that you left so early. May God grant you eternal repose.
You will forever be celebrated because of the exemplary life you lived. You are a billionaire in thoughts, ideology and reasoning. Too rich in helping all and sundry, extremely rich in solving problems. No two birds are like peacock in the forest, you are created to touch lives and that you have accomplished. A great Achiever and A Knight in the family and world at large. I will forever celebrate you. Goodnight M&S.
Posted by Adetoun Sowemimo on April 8, 2019
Ah! Erin lo!! O di arinako, O di oju ala. M&S sunre ooh.
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Hmmmm....words fail me. Never in my wildest dreams would I have conceived the thoughts of your demise. I’m literally in shock and I don’t know how long this would be. Your death has come to remind us of the saying that “good people die early”. You were a great man. One I always proudly pointed to as my uncle. Always ready to help and guide. Upon my arrival in Lagos, you were there to show me the way and teach me all I needed to know to survive Lagos. I remember how you wrote road descriptions and bus routes for me. I read it daily before I set out from your house to my office. You didn’t have to but you did. “Ko si problem” and “ L’agbara Olorun” were your most used phrases. You knew God and feared him. And He always came through for you...so when the news of your death reached me, I questioned Him. The circumstances surrounding your death even made it worse to accept. But our hope is in God, the all-knowing and all-seeing God. May He cause your killers more pain than they have caused us all. I miss you dearly and I promise this day that you shall forever be remembered... A hallowed place in our hearts is where you’ll always be. Rest in perpetual peace,  M&S

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