ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Noah Oyalade, 81 years old, born on April 5, 1940, and passed away on May 28, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Oyalade Lade on June 18, 2021
Granpa why why why ? You left too soon. I was planning to spend my next vacation with you but you have gone to be with Jesus. It's so sad for me . You loved and cared for me. You always remember my birthday. You always told my mum not to beat me coz am a warrior. Granpa, you were the best.
FiyinfOluwa Oyalade
Posted by Nathaniel Umar on June 17, 2021
Daddy Kaduna, as he was fondly called was a part of our lives in more ways than we can list. He remembered our birthdays, our sad days, our anniversaries and always said a prayer at the end of a phone call. His company was quite interesting and enriching. He was a humble father who showered us with Christ-like mentoring, kindness and wisdom. He was a dependable encourager and discipler. We really miss his friendship, his calls and WhatsApp chats to say, "I love you, trust in God." So long to God's General.
Nathaniel and Lydia Omobola Umar
Posted by John Kuasi Oladipupo Gasp... on June 17, 2021
Hearing about the demise of Uncle Oyalade came with sadness but also joy, sad to loss someone we all knew and loved so dearly. but also thanking God for a life well spent. Uncle Oyalade was one of my Dad's closest friends, who would come to our house and him and my dad always had their jokes but what was special was his ever happy face and an infectious laugh when him and my Dad start their story!! He also played a very special role during our father's funeral and also supported us all with his fatherly love and advise.
Uncle will be greatly missed by me, my siblings and our mum.
To the family, we are with you and pray God to give you all the strength to bear this loss.

May His Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.

Mummy Gasper & The JK Gasper Family
Posted by ALL AFRICA BAPTIST FELLOW... on June 15, 2021
Baba Noah Bankole Oyalade is known to be caring. My contact with him affirmed the fact that Baba has the interest of people at heart. I believe his departure is heaven's gain. I pray God upholds and comfort the family, church and all in Jesus name, Amen.

From Duro Ayanrinola
Posted by Tayo Ojediran on June 15, 2021
Dear Grand Pa,you lived a good life and impacted me a lot.I remember my younger years,Christmas will not be fulfilled for us without visiting you and getting gifts from you.We look forward to it yearly.You are full of wisdom and funny,no time is wasted being around you.I wish i could tap from your wisdom longer.You were a great influence in my career choice,just wanted to be like you.Thank you for all you are and have done,your memory lingers forever.











Posted by TEMITAYO ADEOYE on June 14, 2021
Anyone can be a father but it takes someone special to be a dad and that's why Daddy Oyalade was a "father of fathers".

Daddy lived a life of love and giving. He gave of himself whenever, wherever and however he could. He strove continually for peace with all men and this was demonstrated by his activities and associations he belonged to.
You touched our lives by being a father, prayer support, adviser, counsellor and friend. You were indeed a blessing and an instrument God used to enrich lives of too many to count.

Daddy was selfless and always puts others ahead of himself, he lived a Christ like life indeed. His impact on lives will remain long in our memories.
It was a privilege to be on earth at the same time as you were.
We know you are sitting at the right hand of our Lord Jesus with smiles on your face.

Till we meet again on that beautiful morning when the trumpet sounds and we shall be together with Jesus Christ never to part again.

We love you daddy.

Adieu

The Babalola Family

Posted by TOluwalogo Dayo-Okedele on June 13, 2021
My Dearest Pop....I still haven't come to terms that I won't see you again on this side of the divide uhm. I keep thinking if it's true or I would still hear it's all a bad dream. I am consoled that you are now at home, the better place to be. To say I miss you is an understatement...I love you and would always cherish every fond memories of you. Too many thoughts....but I don't have the words.
Mo wo waju
mo wo eyin,
mo wo otun
Mo wo osi....mo w'oke, mo w'ole ope lo yi mi ka
(This is one of your favourite choruses) I will sure miss our time together. I love you always my dearest Pop till we meet to part no more....your LC Folabomi
Posted by Adedayo Adigun on June 13, 2021
You are one in a million Daddy. You were there for everyone you knew as far as your strength could carry you. I thank God we shared thoughts on Christian Library Platform. You were versatile and always willing to share your experience to guide us. I surely will miss you. I just don't know what to say again yet I have plenty to talk about. One Sure Thing I Know is that the Angels have carried you to the presence of your Creator. Rest in Peace Sir till we meet on the Resurrection Morning. Aahh Daddy Noah Oyalade has gone just like that. Oga oh. Oh God give us the strength to carry on.
Posted by Afolabi Oyegbile on June 12, 2021
Daddy was a blessing ..Always smiling and full of the Holy Spirit. You are now with Jesus because nothing can separate you from the love of God. Romans 8:35-39.
Posted by Oyalade Lade on June 12, 2021
Still can't come to terms that Dad is no more. Still hard to believe I won't see him again. Still had pending issues to discuss on my next visit to Ilorin but alas ! He was everything anyone could ever wish for in a father. Daddy was a bridge between everyone the rich, poor, old, young, Christian, Muslim, Hindu name it. He was Christ personafied. Daddy to say we miss you is an understatement. Our only consolation is that you are at the feet of Jesus singing Hallelujah with the Angels.
Rest on Daddy.
Posted by Friday Godwin on June 12, 2021
Daddy, meeting you was quite a bundle of blessings, the moments I was privileged to be around you the lessons learned will never be forgotten, you are that Christian that help other believers conform to the image of Christ, I'll surely miss your fatherly advice, your sense of humor , and off course, your views and guardians on political matters . Daddy, it's difficult to understand why you will have to leave now that we need your guardians and your intercessory prayers the most, notwithstanding, I'm comforted by the fact that we shall meet again at the resurrection of the saints.
Rest on Daddy , until we meet to part no more.
Pastor Friday Apochi Godwin
Posted by Leye Adetutu on June 11, 2021
Thirty- some years ago i was about 11 and hated going to the barbers for haircuts. My mom was trying to force me to go to the barbershop one day, daddy Oyelade, just happened to be visiting at the time and asked why she was forcing me to get a haircut, when i didn't want one?
She said because it is always uncombed and looks bad most times.
Daddy Oyelade, turned to me and asked matter of fact, if i would promise to keep it combed and looking good hence forth?
"Yes daddy!" I said. It was like the first time any one ever asked what i wanted or even believed i was capable of committing to a promise! No longer a child!
Daddy Oyelade, prevailed on my mom to let me decide for myself! I have never had to go to the barbers ever since! It was liberating! Suddenly I had a choice! Not just about my hair, I was empowered to make choices for myself as long as I do my part and live with the consequences! That's how I have thought of and remember him since. A liberator in the footsteps of the master. Jesus came to set the captives free. That is what we have all been called to do. Daddy Oyelade has done this for many. Mentally and spiritually.
Rest in peace sir!
Posted by Mr and Mrs Adetoro on June 11, 2021
Engr. Noah Bankole Oyalade was a loving father, caring uncle and a mentor par excellence.
He was a committed Christian, dedicated to the LORD's service. He was a committed family man, who loved his family as well as the extended family.
He was a simple, forthright and generous man, always willing to share whatever he had with others. At our wedding in 1980, he played the role of a father and a prominent uncle.
Daddy bore his mind frankly, and lovingly without holding grudges. He forgave when offended and was quick to apologize when need be. He was an epitome of sincerity, gentleness and humility.
We will all miss him. Rest on in the bosom of the Master, Jesus Christ. Adieu until we meet to part no more at the Master's feet.

DN. ARC. & MRS SAM ADETORO
Posted by OLAWUYI Tunde shola on June 11, 2021
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saint. The news of your death came as a shock to me,I would have wished it to be a mere dream.
Pa Noah Bankole OYALADE was a strong member of Hope Alive Evangelical Ministry(WhatsApp group chat).
God has used him in many ways for the group. Members of the group will forever cherish his impact that he has been taking in the group.
On behalf of HOPE ALIVE EVANGELICAL MINISTRY (Group Chat) we say it is well with the family and all of us that Pa Noah Bamidele Oyalade left behind in Jesus name. Amen
Posted by OLAWUYI Tunde shola on June 11, 2021
Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saint. The news of your death came as a shock to me,I would have wished it to be a mere dream.
Pa Noah Bankole OYALADE was a strong member of Hope Alive Evangelical Ministry(WhatsApp group chat).
God has used him in many ways for the group. Members of the group will forever cherish his impact that he has been taking in the group.
On behalf of HOPE ALIVE EVANGELICAL MINISTRY (Group Chat) we say it is well with the family and all of us that Pa Noah Bamidele Oyalade left behind in Jesus name. Amen
Posted by Shayo Sanni on June 11, 2021
Grandpa, I love you. You were my friend ever so loving and caring. You mean the universe to me.
I will miss our man to man talk, I will miss our evening strolls round the estate, Gramps the Gramps I will surely miss watching discovery Channel with you, I will miss talking to you about the latest books I just read, I looked forward to the many questions you asked me about them. Gramps you always saved me from my mum's spanking. You were so much fun to be with, you made us laugh so much. I enjoyed eating with you and going for outings with you. I enjoyed all the times you spent in our house and the lectures about science and technology. I already miss you helping me out with my Yoruba homework
We'll both meet in paradise someday. But until then I'll always love you.
All my love Korede Sanni
Posted by Shayo Sanni on June 11, 2021
Dear Grandpa,
          I will never forget you. I remember when you used to help me out with my Yoruba and math homework. I remember the nickname I gave you GRAMPS THE GRAMPS and you liked it when we called you gramps. For someone to say that you are the best grandfather on earth it is an understatement you are the best grandfather in the solar system. I know that one day Jesus will come and carry us all to Heaven at the right time anyways until then we will meet in Heaven. I will definitely miss the way you made me laugh and feel special. I will also miss eating with you and all the times you took us out for shopping or just sightseeing and made my mum feel a little jealous. You were indeed a most excellent and amazing grandpa. I love and miss you
     From your beloved granddaughter Oyinkansola Sanni
Posted by Shayo Sanni on June 11, 2021
Dear Grandpa,
   I love you sooo much and will miss you dearly. As you've gone to be with the Lord, I promise to carry along what you loved the most - hymns, music, peace and many more. I will never erase you in my mind and hold you in my heart till the day we will meet in heaven. I will miss my grandpa's ears that listen genuinely, arms that always hug and hold you always, a love that is eternal and a heart made of gold. I honestly loved the way you loved my mum and dad and especially we your grand children. It is only great fathers that get the promotion to become grandfathers. I am lucky that my grandfather is among the great ones. My grandpa was a person who brings warmth, happiness, wisdom and love to every soul that he touched. I will always miss your funny acts. I am grateful for having such a wonderful grandpa like you.
  I WILL ALWAYS MISS AND FOREVER LOVE YOU. REST IN PEACE GRAMPS.
All my love your granddaughter AYOMIDE SANNI
Posted by Lydia Umar on June 11, 2021
Daddy, there is so much to say yet not enough words to say it. You knew how to love well, you had a big heart with room to love and love and love again. It feels like my daddy just died again. You were an amazing man, a friend in deed and a lover of God. Rest Daddy and give big hugs and kisses to my mum and dad. I miss you all so much. Bola Laka iyawo Nathaniel
Posted by Folake Leah Oyelowo on June 11, 2021
THANK YOU JESUS. Daddy was a very peaceful man.To think I wldn't physically see you again is my deepest pain.I have cried everyday,Everytime there's quiteness around Me,I instantly remember you're gone & cry sadly.I am extremely very THANKFUL that I was empowered by GOD to take good care of you,in my own little ways. I have tried not to say in my everyday tributes that I pitied him at a point,but it is the truth especially in the year 2020 as so many loving and dear ones of my dad died. He was sad.I showed Shayo ystrdy a little jotter we found by his bed,after he was gone & he wrote 2020 My year of sorrows. He wrote the names of all his loved ones who died.
Hum! I particularly felt a deep sorrow within my dad,when one of my aunt's by name Ruth had died,just as my uncle's death( Dad Tunde Ladapo) affected him. O YE O JESU! My dad loved to read till his death. Dad also was hurt that some one or two had drifted away from him towards his passing,whom he had so loved & Am happy he told Me abt it 2 days before he died & I said,Dad receive GOD'S peace,let it fly off your heart....He felt My pains.He never looked into My eyes,never.If I cried,dad will cry.If I laughed dad will laugh.This is how I stay awake most midnights crying.By GOD'S grace,We shall meet in HEAVEN but IN JESUS NAME many years from now,except at the Sound of the Trumpet.Bami I love you more in death. Thanks for loving Me & all knew. Thanks Sir. Adieu Bami.Ki OLUWA te yin safefe rere Loruko JESU AMIN. Folake ni o
Posted by Ifeoluwa Owolabi on June 11, 2021
I never met grandpa Oyalade but I met his grandchildren and I heard so much about him. He was fondly spoken about and there's so much love in all they say about him. His daughter in love also spoke so much about him. She mentioned he was full of love for everyone. Granpa will be greatly missed. I missed not meeting him. Sleep on great man.
Posted by Shayo Sanni on June 10, 2021
Daddy, my dearest darling daddy.
Friend, gist partner, confidant, pillar of support, God loving, peace maker, humble, kind,honest, hard working, adviser, shoulder of support, fun to be with, the one who lovingly squeezes my hand in loving reassurance, my banter companion, my funny never a dull moment dad, the one person who understands you without a spoken word. You were one of a kind father. Every child was your favourite child you were so fond of us, it beats me how you loved us equally so seamlessly.
My first 'boyfriend' you were, everyone's friend indeed and. You took us out on interesting trips and excursions, you were thorough and very intelligent. Always ready to help and lend a hand to whoever needed it. You shared yourself, your time, resources and all.
I'm lost for appropriate words.
This is obviously world's rudest shock.....
I love you and miss you forever.
Definitely the best of men lived amongst us. Greet Jesus for me, you left albeit too soon.
Posted by Oladejo Mac on June 10, 2021
Daddy Oyalade was indeed a great man to be with. I met him first in one of the Nigerian Baptist Convention where Bro Folarin had told him to plan meet his Pastor. On meeting baba, it was as if he had known me some years before then. I loved haven to meet daddy. Daddy, I celebrate your strong blood because even some of your grand children look so much like you than there parent, lol. Sleep on oh dad. We love you. OLADEJO MAC
Posted by Tomi Ayano on June 10, 2021
Revelation 14:13
Then I heard a voice from heaven say, “Write this: Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord from now on.” “Yes,” says the Spirit, “they will rest from their labor, for their deeds will follow them.”
Posted by Saratu Edo-Amure on June 10, 2021
I call him Fola's friend. He wasn't only a Father but a Brother , a friend and a confidant. I can still remember those days when he would call Fola , they would gist and laugh before our day at work starts, they virtually talked about anything and everything . A relationship I always admired a very rare and beautiful bond between a father and son. Always caring, kind and humorous above all God fearing. He's memories will always be cherished and fondly remembered....
Farewell Papa.

Saratu.
Posted by Salami Mathew on June 10, 2021
Better to rest in the lord than remembering our actions and inactions that brings tears at very old age, Rest on Dad
Posted by Folarin Oyalade on June 10, 2021
There was never a dull moment with dad. Always smiling. He knew alot and his hand writing was so beautiful , it grew better as he aged. He loved writing and still thought me mathematics. Daddy my tributes to you never stops.

I will ask God for the same dad over and over again. You are one of a kind. Rare and beautiful at heart.
Posted by Adetunji Idowu on June 10, 2021
A few days before my brother and friend went to be the Lord I called him and my wife and I spoke with him at length .We joked ,we laughed and we remembered the good old days in JOS.
Little did we know that that would be our last talk ,jokes and fun together before he went to be with the Lord in heaven where there will be all joy and laughter praising the Lord of Lords and the king of kings.Rest in peace.

Mr & Mrs Tunji Idowu
Posted by Esther Adeonipekun on June 10, 2021
Our dear loving Daddy! What can I say? You are the most loving, caring father. I will not forget your word of advice always. Always singing hymns to me whenever I feel discharged.
Tou were the chairman at my wedding I will not forget how you made people laugh that day.
Whenever you are in Abuja, you always stay with me at the Baptist guest house were any guest that is fortunate to be there when you are around is always bless both black and white missionaries. I can go on and on .
I know that you are in a better place my dear Daddy. Rest on till we meet again.
I will miss you dearly.
Posted by Oladipo Oluwakemi on June 10, 2021
The news of your demise came to me as a rude shock because I never expected it so soon. We chatted on the 27th of May till around 12:36am when you gave me your final word "Go and sleep my friend. good night " I never knew you were trying to pass a message across. you are a rear gem, a friend, a father, a giver per excellent, lover of children and a lover of God. my encounter with you has thought me many things, your love for my family is not here, Who will call me my Beloved Lady K again. Your memories would forever live in our hearts. You have fought the good fight you have kept the faith. continue to rest on the bosom of your creator till we meet to part no more. Adieu! Engr. N. B Oyalade
       BY:  Mrs Oluwakemi Oladipo (your Beloved Lady K)


Posted by Ifeoluwa Olaopa on June 10, 2021
Grandpa you live a life well fufiled,you took me has your very own, you are full of encouragement a day before you left this earth we talk till some minutes to 12am that day not knowing that,that is the end,you make me no alot of things in my business,you are my number one ambassador,the love you showed me was unconditional that my siblings are also jealous of it,you always tell me how you will be sitting during my wedding has my Grandpa,your advice I will always keep to it,till we meet and part no more Grandpa
I love you so much
Posted by Philip Audu Nwamagyi on June 10, 2021
Daddy Oyalade lived an exemplary life throughout his sojourn on earth. His life epitomized humility, love and always blinked the light of the gospel of Jesus Christ. He taught me that the most important thing in life is love for God and care for family and the people who needs help.
As you left to be with the Lord your maker whom you served diligently while on this side of life; may your soul finds eternal rest. May the Lord comforts the family, UEBC, NBC and the body of Christ here on earth. Rest in peace sir. Adieu Daddy Noah Bankole Oyalade!
Posted by Olusegun Falope on June 10, 2021
We met about 40 years ago, and clicked as an older friend and Elder brother. From sharing the burden of a widow we graduated to other issues of life and became close. I eventually became his confidant and a shoulder to lean on until his death.
He was a Christian indeed. His life was spiced with simplicity, forthrightness and concerns for others. He would rather inconvenience himself than hurt anyone. He was humble and showed great respect to all. We laughed over almost all issues. He believed all things can be reduced to “bitin” (little) so that one can remain on the light side of life.
He finished well and captured the very essence of life. We shall miss him but we believe that to be absent in the body is to be present with the Lord
Sleep o well, my brother, until we also finish here.
Dr. Olusegun Falope
Posted by Adigun Tunji on June 10, 2021
Daddy was my first mentor in the late 60s while I was a teenager in Lagos.He was always smiling and always enthusiastic each time he saw me.His commitments to diligence and spiritual matters are unequalled.He was such a lover and helper of everyone around him.
In 1999 he had somethings to do in Ibadan and he chose to stay with us for about two weeks despite better options of accommodations ;he spent the time encouraging us and chatting with our children and always telling us stories.
A week before he passed on ,he responded to a daily devotional(The Family Menu) which I post daily to friends and relatives; and was raising some very inspirational topics as well for my consideration.God bless his gentle and loving soul.
We shall definitely miss him, but we rejoice in the hope of eternal life which he held unto till the very end.We shall all meet soon at the Master’s feet to part no more.May the Lord comfort our mama and everyone of us in Jesus name amen.

Pastor Tunji Adigun.
Posted by Peter Yamai Bobai on June 10, 2021
I can't forget Daddy for he was a very humbled, humerus, a great teacher, so kind and caring to all no matter your gender, tribe,

age or status. A daddy that was always ready to gift for the growth of the Church especially the Baptist denomination. His legacies continues to inspire all of us at UEBC.
Rest On Baba In The Bosom Of The Lord!!!!!.
Posted by Ezekiel Ojediran on June 10, 2021
Uncle Noah, as I fondly called him, has been known to me ever since I learned to recognise people, that's for about 70 years! In all the years I have known him the following attributes have stood clear about him:
1. Simplicity and Humility.
2. Love for unity
3. Infectious smile
4. Extreme generosity
5. Exemplary Christian life.
6. A disciplinarian of repute

Those of us who were lucky to be associated with you, will definitely miss you. We are comforted by the fact that you are resting peacefully with our LORD.

Engr. Ezekiel Ojediran
Posted by Folarin Oyalade on June 10, 2021
When I was told that grandad was gone, I was speechless. I asked my mum, which grandpa because I was shocked. She told me your dad's dad. I bust in tears because I knew that I would never see him again until Jesus comes. Grandpa was a loving, caring and humble person. He was a person you could tell anything. He was trustworthy. He loved me so much and I loved him too. He was a very great friend. He was there when I always needed him. I learnt a lot from him. He was kind and friendly. He feared God and was always ready to lend a helping hand. A perfect shoulder to lean on. He always puts a smile on my face and that of everyone else. A happy man indeed.I am really going to miss him. I love you grandpa. My love for you will never die. See you later. Rest in perfect peace.
Oyalade Anjolaoluwa Damilola
Posted by Folarin Oyalade on June 10, 2021
My dad was my best friend . He called me Old boy while I normally call him old man although he loved me calling him young man. We did everything thing together. We shared secrets,prayed together and jisted alot. We jisted a day before he died. My dad lived his life for God and others. He worried more about others than himself. He treated us the same way he treated others. He was a good man. He loved God and worked for God. He called me on Wednesday before he died and asked me to take care of my sisters and mum and to remain a good Christian and told me alot about some many other things and so I was worried. He loved travelling and driving. He knew the world. While going through his bedsheets I a note book with birthday of everyone I knew and didn't know. Daddy I miss u. I LOVE YOU DADDY. U WILL MY DAD AGAIN AND AGAIN. If crying can wake u up u would have woken up. Baba rest on. I love you my paddy of life.
Posted by Folake Leah Oyelowo on June 10, 2021
Baptist Hymnal 471, THERE'S A LAND THAT IS FAIRER THAN DAY.
1,There's a land that is fairer than day,And by faith we can see it afar,For the Father waits over the way,To prepare us a dwelling place there.
 In the sweet by and by,We shall meet on the beautiful shore;In the sweet by and by,We shall meet on the beautiful shore.
2,We shall sing on that beautiful shore.The melodious songs of the blest,And our spirits shall sorrow no more,Not a sign for a blessing of rest.
3,To our bountiful Father above,We will offer the tribute of praise. For the glorious gifts of HIS love,And the blessings that hallow our days.
 REST IN PEACE My Sweet Sweet Daddy!
Posted by Faith modebola on June 10, 2021
  Oh my beloved Grandpa, if there was an award for the world's best Grandpa, I believe it should be given to you. You loved everyone regardless of their tribe or status. You lived a life of great legacy.
  Grandpa impacted everyone's life positively, whether young or old. You were a reliable, trustworthy and generous man. You loved the things of God and you never ceased to do good and godly things.
  I part of me wish you were still here but I know you went on God's timing. I thank God you went peacefully. Grandpa I miss you, your smile, your Love e.t.c.
  Till we meet again and part no more by God's Special Grace Amen. I love you Grandpa .
  
Posted by David Oyelowo on June 10, 2021
Grandpa was the nicest grandfather on earth , he was kind and generous .Grandpa was a man who never believed he should do something for himself alone , he did for everyone. He told some stories that really impacted alot of values to our lives,he was just the best grandpa anyone could ask for and really loved everyone.Grandpa was really the greatest dad and grandfather on earth ,he always loved to be called a young man despite him being old .He loved going out for strolls around the neighborhood in which I escorted him most of the time .He remembered everyone's birthday and always gave gifts to the person.I liked it when he gave me a kiss in my hands saying he loved me .Grandpa shared some funny and educative stories and he loved to be called current ,he never missed watching the news and he bought newspapers everyday .There was always a smile in his face and in others faces when around him. He was a legend everywhere he went and always to be remembered in our hearts for all his good deeds .Grandad was a hero ,a motivator ,a supporter ,a good example and most of all a loving and kind man .     
  GRANDPA TILL WE MEET AGAIN IN HEAVEN AND PART NO MORE .I LOVE YOU GRANDPA AND I MISS YOU ,SLEEP ON IN PEACE AMEN.
Posted by Folake Leah Oyelowo on June 10, 2021
Explaining how I feel is just beyond Me. My daddy was honestly very good. He feared GOD ALMIGHTY YAHWEH. He impacted very positively into every Life,GOD made him meet.He was so dependable.He was a very faithful friend. He loved all his friends children.He was an encourager.Daddy loved everyone. He made even poor people he met feel rich & loved.There was no dull moment with him honestly. Every morning before he died,dad would kneel down before GOD & pray.He cared for many. Someone even told us after his death that," Ati gba ti Bami ti pada si ile,ebi o tun pa mi mo( since Baba returned home,she hadn't been hungry again). He just lived helping the needy,making people smile & happy. That made him fulfilled.Dad also forgave very easily.He loved to sing hymns. But thanks to GOD who gives us,the victory through our LORD,JESUS CHRIST. Daddy,daddy,daddy I miss you so much. Only GOD can grant My soul HIS comfort. Thanks for loving Me so so so much. THANK GOD you're in a better place.GOD showed Me & some have come to say likewise.Sun re,Sun re,Sun re Baba Mi owon,Noah Bankole Oyalade Loruko JESU AMIN. Until we meet to part no more on the Resurrection Morning IJN AMEN.

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Posted by Oyalade Lade on June 18, 2021
Granpa why why why ? You left too soon. I was planning to spend my next vacation with you but you have gone to be with Jesus. It's so sad for me . You loved and cared for me. You always remember my birthday. You always told my mum not to beat me coz am a warrior. Granpa, you were the best.
FiyinfOluwa Oyalade
Posted by Nathaniel Umar on June 17, 2021
Daddy Kaduna, as he was fondly called was a part of our lives in more ways than we can list. He remembered our birthdays, our sad days, our anniversaries and always said a prayer at the end of a phone call. His company was quite interesting and enriching. He was a humble father who showered us with Christ-like mentoring, kindness and wisdom. He was a dependable encourager and discipler. We really miss his friendship, his calls and WhatsApp chats to say, "I love you, trust in God." So long to God's General.
Nathaniel and Lydia Omobola Umar
Posted by John Kuasi Oladipupo Gasp... on June 17, 2021
Hearing about the demise of Uncle Oyalade came with sadness but also joy, sad to loss someone we all knew and loved so dearly. but also thanking God for a life well spent. Uncle Oyalade was one of my Dad's closest friends, who would come to our house and him and my dad always had their jokes but what was special was his ever happy face and an infectious laugh when him and my Dad start their story!! He also played a very special role during our father's funeral and also supported us all with his fatherly love and advise.
Uncle will be greatly missed by me, my siblings and our mum.
To the family, we are with you and pray God to give you all the strength to bear this loss.

May His Soul Rest In Perfect Peace.

Mummy Gasper & The JK Gasper Family
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GOD'S GENERAL CALLED HOME

Shared by OLADEJI Niyi on June 10, 2021
Daddy, as I fondly called you, I did not have the inkling that the conversation I had with you a day to your demise was a way of bidding me goodnight till we meet to part no more at Jesus' feet. Though, tour in law,  you took me as tour first son and a friend. We discussed on various subjects, ranging from ministry, career, business to family and politics. Oh! How the entire family of Oladeji will greatly miss your gentle fatherly voice and tender care. Your care over us was beyond comprehension. You never missed any of our birthdays as you normally called to shower blessings on each of us. Whenever there was storm, without being told, you were already aware, and always gave assurance of standing by us in prayers. You will surely be missed by Marvellous, Oyinda and others. You promised to come and spend a week or two with us after the demise of your daughter,  Ruth Adetola. Daddy rest on until the resurrection morning. 
Shared by monisola adedayo on June 10, 2021
  • Daddy Oyalade was a good counselor. Fun to be with when we were in school. A very generous soul, you can always expect a treat when he comes around. Even in old age, it was always fun talking to him.You can't feel age in his voice.  He used stories a lot when he counsels.He stood by me when I went to Zaria to serve. A good chriatian father.I thank God for the value he added to me. I pray that we will leave positive memories when we leave too. Sleep in peace daddy.