This memorial website was created by GCIOBA 1991 September Set in memory of our dearly beloved brother, Olajide Adeniji, 41 years old, born on November 5, 1979, and passed away on March 6, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Tunde Akinsola on March 7, 2022
Requiscet in Pace Mate.
Posted by Akin Ogunlana on March 5, 2022
Rest on Jide.
Rest on.
Posted by Kola Enitinwa on March 5, 2022
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty creator. Rest on Jide.
Posted by Adetunji Adediran on March 4, 2022
Hey buddy!!!...

It's 365 days like yesterday.....we miss you buddy and we love you.

Keep resting in peace.
Posted by David Olayiwola on November 5, 2021
Dear Jide (A.k.a Baba 70),
Today would have been your 42nd birthday!
It is really hard to believe you are no longer with us here.
We had plans of celebrating our 30th anniversary of admission into our prestigious alma mater (GCI) together, but death punctured that plan.
Really, we had it without you but we observed a minute silence for you and other soldiers that have gone to the world beyond, in remembrance of your contribution to the alumni set.

You will forever be remembered for your vibrant contributions and ever-bubbling spirit during your short time here.

We love you but Jesus loves you more.

Continue to rest in peace brother!
Posted by David Olayiwola on March 16, 2021
I received the rude shocking news of your demise through your beloved Young Girl (wife) at the dawn of 6th March 2021!
I wished it was a dream or hallucination, but Alas! It was a reality!
The memories of our moments together during secondary school days at Government College Ibadan, and the little time shared when we reconnected at the alumni floods my heart.
You were an irresistible jolly fellow, always bubbly and fun to be with!
My heart aches and uncontrollable tears flows down as I watched your little son cry profusely as you were committed to the mother earth!
Hmmm, may your gentle soul continue to find repose and succor in the bosom of your Creator. May the good Lord keep and increase the family you left behind.

Good Night Jide (A.K.A Baba 70)
David Olayiwola
Posted by Taiwo Afolabi on March 14, 2021
Dear Jide , this is a very sad moment for me. Death took you at your prime but we found consolation that you are in a better place. I pray God will be with your dear wife and take care of the children that you left behind.

Rest on BABA 70.
Posted by Oluwagbemiga Bamisile on March 14, 2021
Was very shocked when I got the sad news of your demise. Am still short of words as the memories of our days together back in school floods my mind.. Good night dear friend.
Posted by Olubunmi Akinlade on March 14, 2021
Its so sad to hear you are gone to be seen ni more. Mr. Olajide may your gentle soul rest in peace, all that you left behind God Almighty will bless and guide them. Sleep on BROTHER
Posted by Fadiran Grace on March 13, 2021
I could not just believe when I was told. How I wish it was not true. I met you for the first time on the 15th of February, you were calm and convincing. The ride t
The little time I knew you I found you to be very intelligent, full of ideas and full of life . but God knows the best and loves you most and He is unquestionable.
I pray that Almighty God will console and grant the families and friends the fortitude to bear the great loss.
Posted by Okunola abiodun on March 13, 2021
Hmm, am sort of word's when I head that brother jide is no more am really convince that it can be possible, but who are we in God hand god have power over us as our creator he gives and take.. Brother jide is a really nice person when he was alive his very funny, you can never be bored when brother jide is present where you are.. Brother jide is brother like father to me beside that I never regret the fact that I knew him, he we never watching you suffering and do nothing .. We love you but god love you than we do rest in perfect peace uncle hide.. Still can't believe you are no more..
Posted by Erioluwa Seun on March 13, 2021
Hmmm. Am shot of word's but all the same , since have grown up olaijide aka baba selimo it u I knw as a father... So many days u will and beg for money , hustle hard just to bring money home to your family so that we can eat , some job men like u can't even do u will do it so that ur children can live a good a life .... A day before u die u try ur best just to make sure u pay ur children school fees .,. I was sick u care for me as a father waking up every minute to check on me before day break .. baba selimo u promise to stand as a father on my wedding day yet u never keep the promise u made to me. I will never forget u olaijide adeniji adisa AKA baba 70th akogun lo may Almighty God forgive u ... Rset in peace baba mi
Posted by Ayomide Adeniiji on March 13, 2021
My dad was my hero. He was the most courageous and resourceful man,he was wonderful and blessed with the gift of making people happy,dad was my biggest fan and my greatest role model. I could call him at any time and he always has a solution to my problem.he was loved by everyone,Life is different without you dad, but i thank God you are in a better place,I love you dad.
Posted by Alloy Bazuaye on March 13, 2021
Jide I knew to be the life of the party, always did his best to ensure everyone was happy at any event. He was always ready to be a part of history making within the set and a merry chap he was. It's way too soon to have said good bye but I know we will meet again brother. Till then you will always be remembered.

Posted by Martins Boyejo on March 13, 2021
Dear Lord, bless the family left behind by this departed soul. Grant them the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. So, this is how a man's journey ends? I met Jide only last week via Whatsapp when he called to request for my service. I have been out of town and we were to meet on Saturday 6th March to finalize the scope of his requirements. He still called on the 5th to confirm the meeting but I never heard from him again, only to see this!!!
Death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory? It is well. Rest in Peace. Waoh! He was just starting life. May God bless us all with longevity in prosperity.
Posted by Sunkanmi Alli on March 13, 2021
We grew up together in sanyo, did a lot as a young man trying to gain his footing.
Chai it's really painful, you are always carrying people's burdens as if it were yours. A genuine encourager. I will always remember you.
Posted by Olatunde Olamide on March 13, 2021
Egbon Jide, Your death was grate shock to me,I could remembered the last time and forwarded message to me and asked for my account Number and to my surprised my account was credited with certain amount....

We grew up in Sanyo ,You are my brother and we also attend the same church in Sanyo then....

Continue to rest in peace brother...

Amu olodo lo siwaju ojo ibi.......#crying#
Posted by ayo bami on March 13, 2021
Jide Adeniji.....I am still speechless, the news of your death is still shocking but we have no choice than to submit totally to the decision of the Lord almighty.
I pray that God will comfort your family and give your children peace.
Baba 70 you will forever be in our minds. Thanks for being a friend and brother. May your gentle Soul Continue to Rest in the Bossom of the Lord Almighty. We love you but God loves you more.

Good Night dear friend.

Ayobami Soyannwo.
Posted by Lukman Salami on March 13, 2021
So unreal. Rest well brother. Sun re e
Posted by HABEEB ADEGOKE on March 13, 2021
"I know for certain that we never lose the people we love, even to death.
They continue to participate in every act, thought and decision we make.
Their love leaves an indelible imprint in our memories.
We find comfort in knowing that our lives have been enriched by having shared their love."
Posted by Yisa Alao on March 13, 2021
Speechless. Unbelievable. Unexpected. Although you have left us Jide Adeniji the memories and time we shared on our journeys in life will remain with us. Alas, only to see you in our dreams. Sleep well dear colleague, Jide Adeniji (Baba 70).
Posted by Tunde Akinsola on March 13, 2021
*Eulogy for Olajide Daniel Adeniji a.k.a Baba 70.*

My Dear Friend & Brother, as a mark of honour, steadily overcoming the grief on your sudden demise, I penned this eulogies.

You departed this sinful world on Saturday March 6, 2021 but Olajide Daniel Adeniji is still with Us!

You imbibed the spirit of GCI and thus willingly decided to serve 1991 September Set as Assistant General Secretary between 2012 and 2014. I worked with you in the EXCO and we became close tie, you were meticulous in the discharge of your duties, a fearless and courageous humane. Jide was a jolly good fellow.

Jide as a Set Member was a man of many parts who had close ties across Chapters of our Set. Your untimely demise was a colossal loss to everyone who knew you, who worked with you and who had close ties with you!

Jide is Larger than Life, On Friday February 21, 2020 and Saturday September 19, 2020, amongst the few occasions I had interactions with you in 2020 during socials in Ibadan, you shared your vision of establishing an Mfb. You shared what you had in mind...Your memories will forever linger on in our hearts. We have had course to meet in Lagos on few visitations. On Saturday January 2, 2021 was my last interaction with you when you called me on Phone... Requiescet in Pace Baba 70 (Jide Adeniji).

Jide "Rest in the Bossom of your maker till we meet to part no more".

May the soul of our dear brother and classmate through the mercies of God rest in peace and rise in Glory (Amen).

The Adenijis, Jide (Young Girl and Children), Take Hearth, Kindly Accept my Sympathy and Condolences. Our Thoughts are with you especially at this difficult time and we pray that God give you and your family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.


*Tunde Akinsola.*
*Vice Chairman Lagos*
*GCIOBA 1991 September Set.*
Posted by Akin Ogunlana on March 13, 2021
It's been a great shock even till now,with tears in my eyes and a broken heart, I find it unbelievable your passing unto Glory because it's too early my brother. To get a sleep at night,all that comes to my mind is just you with the words (so this is it).
May God Almighty comfort your family, provide for your family and keep them. You're a lovely brother,I have no regret knowing you. Brother rest on and be at peace.
Posted by Adetunji Adediran on March 13, 2021
Rest in peace Olajide Daniel Adeniji, you were friends with guys across board... May the good Lord forgive all your wrongs and grant you eternal rest. May HE in HIS Infinite mercies provide and be with the family you left behind..Amen. Adieu brother!
Posted by Kola Enitinwa on March 13, 2021
Jide, the news of your sudden death came as a rude shock, and I m still gutted as I write. You had a colourful and bubbly personality. Somehow, you were able to connect to folks across without much ado.

You are in a better place now. Rest on brother, rest well.

Kola Enitinwa (Nitty)
Posted by Oyekola MURAINA on March 13, 2021
Baba 70 has we do called him in GCI family worldwide is a fun guy nd always happy to be with.

Didn't know you are leaving us soon and early,when we are planning hw to work on a project together some months back with your promise that 2021 will be a great year for us.

I pray to God Almighty to forgive you,be with the family you left behind nd friends.

Will surely miss you, your my brother.
Posted by Olaniyi Olayiwola on March 12, 2021
I remember Jide Adeniji back in Government College Ibadan days with his very close pal, Rasheed Epe (also of blessed memory). He was a lively young boy at the time. When I joined the set alumni, we linked up again after about 13 years of leaving secondary school, and life as an adult was quite different because we had all matured. His passion for the alumni association was unflinching.

Recently after one of our Ibadan Chapter meetings, he spoke so fondly about his late friend, Rasheed Epe, and sounded like he really missed him; little did we know it would soon be his turn to be spoken about in the past tense and missed because he was no more.

Jide, your life was snuffed out of you by the cold hands of death at your prime. It is sad, it is unfortunate, but we cannot hassle with God.

I pray that God supports your family in your absence.

Adieu, my friend and brother!

Rest in the bosom of the lord.

Leave a Tribute

Recent Tributes
Posted by Tunde Akinsola on March 7, 2022
Requiscet in Pace Mate.
Posted by Akin Ogunlana on March 5, 2022
Rest on Jide.
Rest on.
Posted by Kola Enitinwa on March 5, 2022
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty creator. Rest on Jide.
his Life

Life & Times of Olajide Daniel Adeniji

Olajide Daniel Adeniji was a husband, father, son, brother, cousin, nephew and dear friend to many. An all round scholar and fun loving individual.

He began his academic life in Mobosola Model Nursery and Primary School in Adeoyo, Ibadan. He later proceeded to the prestigious Government College Ibadan (GCI) in September, 1991 where he was fondly known as "Baba 70."

From GCI, Jide proceeded to Nigeria's premiere univeristy, University of Ibadan where he bagged a bachelors degree in sociology in 2002, graduating amongst the top students. He would later top that up with an MBA from University of Ado-Ekiti in Ekiti state

In addition to sterling academic credentials, Jide also had an illustrous professional career in finance that spanned 18 years. During that time, he impressed his mark of excellence at the following institutions: Sovereign Trust Insurance, Union Bank of Nigeria, Oceanic Bank International, Keystone Bank, and finally at Cititrust Financial Services where he was the branch head before passing.

Jide was married to his sweetheart of many years, Kemi Adeniji, and they were blessed with children. 

Olajide Daniel Adeniji  lived a short but very impactful life. He will be deeply missed by friends, colleagues and loved ones. May his soul rest peace, Amen!

Recent stories

Miss my friend

Shared by SODIMU RASHEED on March 13, 2021
Well Jide,is a good friend of mine. We shared some moment while we are together growing up at Sanyo area. His death is a very deep shock to me that I couldn't control my emotion to the extent that I burst into tears till I could thought that God loves him more than we do. Am short of words but Jide rest on in peace and I pray you see the mercy of God wherever your soul may be. Miss you baba 70.