Let the memory of Olufikayo be with us forever
  • 39 years old
  • Born on March 8, 1977 .
  • Passed away on September 14, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Great Woman of Worship, Deaconess Olufikayo Famuyiwa Keazor, born on March 8, 1977 and joined the Saints Triumphant on September 14, 2016. We love you. Sweet memories of beautiful YOU will be forever! March 8 will be a celebration day for YOU... Olufikky, we'll live celebrating YOU!

Posted by Nike Aiyeola on 8th March 2017
Dear Fikayo, We are consoled that an Angel is in heaven. Today shld Hv bn your 40th bday but Alas! U are not here wt us. We missed u dearly Bae. I believed your smile is lighting up everywhere in heaven. So posthumously we say to u HAPPY 40th BDAY our dear FIKAYO KEAZOR. Enjoy heaven & worship in d presence of HIM that loved u more than us. U are forever missed darling....
Posted by Adewale Soneye on 12th November 2016
It was a shock when the news reached me that you have gone to the great world beyond. God is unquestionable in his ways. He has chosen you at this time even to everyone's shock. You will sorely be missed but the memories of you will continue to linger on. I pray for you to rest well eternally and find peace in Almighty God. God bless your soul.
Posted by Paul Banjoko on 11th November 2016
Fikayo dear I thank God for your life and pray we shall meet again at the Lords feet never to part again. I pray almighty Jehovah whom you served will keep all that's yours and give you crowns of glory. Memories from wayback in FEGO bring back joy and happiness of having known you. Jehovah God kows best.
Posted by Nike Aiyeola on 10th November 2016
Fikayo, your death is shocking. Your passing is painful but there's a consolation of yr eternal destination. Rest on beautiful heart until the resurrection morning where we shall part no more. Miss u loads dearie..,. Sleep well & sleep tight. Keep lightining heaven with yr infectious smile. Earthly loss is heavenly gain... You will remain forever in my mind. Adieu my love....
Posted by Nne Madukwe on 25th September 2016
It is so strange to think of you in the past....hurting badly. I recall your effortless laughter and your heart of gold...undiluted!!! May God console us all but most especially your dearest family...may your memories remain ever green in all our hearts. Sleep on FikkyFam!!! Till we meet at Jesus' feet
Posted by Sarah Mrumun on 24th September 2016
It's good to know you are with Jesus - the one you loved and served for a very long time. You will never be forgotten.
Posted by Tolulope Kuponiyi-Oluwara... on 24th September 2016
Fikayo, I couldn't believe it when I got the message from Rotimi. No words to describe my tots at that moment. I was shocked still can't believe it. I am glad that you knew your Maker and you served Him till the very end. Our loss is heaven's gain. We will meet to part no more at Jesus feet. You have fought the good fight of faith and your crown is waiting for you. My condolences to your family. Continue to Rest in Peace Fikayo.
Posted by Kelechi Onyewuchi-ohiri on 24th September 2016
Fikky Fam, one thing i went away with from the service yesterday was that you lived a good life! it was so evident in the tributes. You lived a good life, you kept the faith. You have always loved God right from when we met in FEGO and you passed on still loving HIM . What a testimony! Rest on dearest Fikky, till we meet again!
Posted by Omolola Famuyiwa on 23rd September 2016
Fikky! Olufikky! Omofikky! Great Woman of Worship! Woman of Great Strength. Worshipper and Warrior. Family and Friend. I salute your existence. I bow at your entry. Entry into grace, grandeur and glory.
Posted by Femi Oshinlaja on 23rd September 2016
Rest in peace Fikayo! You definitely impacted this generation positively. God will comfort those left behind but it's well as we know you are resting in the bosom of God.
Posted by Samuel Olajide on 23rd September 2016
I can't believe I'm actually penning a tribute to my dear friend & sister Fikayo. Habaaaa! Why? And u had only just celebrated ur bro Rotimi's birthday at the end of August, who wuld believe he/we won't be able to celebrate u on yours next March..? We are comforted in the knowledge that U're in a better place, resting in the bossom of our Lord. Sleep on Fikky Funky. U're forever sorely missed.
Posted by Oluwakemi Holujorkeh Olof... on 23rd September 2016
Fikayo even though I have not seen you since we left Akinsemoyin I remember all the time as kids we spent together. Picture of you is just flooding my mind. Going thru your profile now just found out we got married the same day. I would have loved to see you again Fikky but God knows best. I pray God gives your family, friends ,the church of God the fortitude to bear this lose. Good nite ever smiling Fikky
Posted by Tomilola Adedipe on 23rd September 2016
I remember the Akinsemoyin days, you were full of energy, pretty and always had a smile on your face. I would walk from my house at games village to iporin to play with my cousin Moji Ojo and the journey wouldn't be complete without branching at yours and Tutu Olowojebutu's place.. I remember you showing me your parents wedding album, a particular picture caught my attention even as a kid.... We lost touch but it was exciting when I got an invite to attend your bridal shower with Moji... These memories will remain golden... You will surely be missed. Rest in peace Fikky funky.
Posted by Tokunbo Oterunbi on 22nd September 2016
Fikayo.. You were just a special friend and Sis. What a privilege and honour knowing you! You always had the right word for the right time. And with such great sense of humour, I remember having to kneel at your wedding as my punishment for coming late (fond memories).. I'm sure you've gone to GOD. Good bye for now till Jesus returns..
Posted by Peju Adebiyi on 22nd September 2016
It's so sad to hear about your translation Fikayo, but I'm extremely comforted after reading several testimonies of your walk with Jesus and service to humanity. We will therefore not sorrow as people who have no hope knowing that there shall be a reunion at the resurrection morning. Adieu Fikayo.
Posted by Toyin Olugbesan on 22nd September 2016
Rest on beloved. You had a beautiful smile for everyone. I learnt a lot from you in odogbolu. I saw you at rccg convention in august and you said to me, I wanted to call you to bring clothes for me o, we hugged and I took selfie with you, didn't know you were saying goodbye. I will truly miss you
Posted by Allison Cole on 22nd September 2016
Rest on fikky...... may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. We love you but God loves u more. Rest on in the arms on God.
Posted by Adepeju Adeyinka on 21st September 2016
I reckon I'll miss you, Aunty Fikayo, you had an infectious smile... That I will never get over of... I reckon I shouldn't be crying anymore knowing you're in your eternal home now singing with glee... The memories we had while I was a kid will never fed... Rest on ever beautiful...
Posted by Ronke Soile on 21st September 2016
Sis Fikayo i will never forget that your beautiful face and smile. You were a very kind senior in school. Just 3weeks ago you crossed my mind and the next thing i heard this news. It is indeed very sad but i am rest assured you are with christ. Rest in peace beautiful one
Posted by Olasumbo Alaka on 21st September 2016
I am still dump founded on your passing away. I recall vividly you coming to see me at my in- law's in London and my sis-in-law was surprised by the amount of grocery you brought for me. I haven't seen you since you moved to Dubai but that act of kindness has stayed with me ever since. i believe you ran a good race howbeit short. Well done, see you at the Lord's feet.
Posted by Kayode Atiba on 21st September 2016
One thing is certain, we shall meet in the Golden city in the New Jerusalem where there will be no more pain sorrow or death..Death is only a phase The lamb of God will wake you up on the other side R.I.P Rev.21:1
Posted by Adekunbi Atiba Akintan on 21st September 2016
My dear sister Fikayo as u were fondly called by your juniors at FEGO. I must confess its hard to believe you are gone. You were one of the seniors who made serving God a part of us. You encouraged us and watched us grow.... We looked forward to hearing you sing......your smile was always soothing and your presence radiated an undefined warmth which made being around you fun. The last time i saw you was shortly before your wedding when myself and your school daughters Toluwalogo and Ronke attended your bridal shower..... It was a beautiful reunion..... thanks to facebook that connected us again. Fikayo Famuyiwa is a name that cannot leave my memory....our consolation is in the fact that you are with our Maker....He took you sooner than we expected but HE knows best. Will miss you Sis Fikayo! Hard to say Goodnight. Goodbye till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Adeyemi Keazor on 20th September 2016
LOVE Mi, as I always call you (only the two of us know the covenant of the name). Words will not be able to explain your worth and your impact can not be quantified. My love, wife, mother, my Personal Assistant, my second part, friend, confidant, my brake, my all in all (My Full Option Series). You are a perfect handwork and a special gift from God to me. You’ve been through many situations in life and always come out victorious. You kept me going when situations turn down on me. When it seemed there was no hope again, you were there to encourage me. You’ve helped to achieve the God given plans for our lives. You promised to be with me and part only through death but NOT this early. Your ever smiling face is the pill that has been keeping me going. Your silence has made life boring and uninteresting. When you were going for the check up, you told me to come and pick you back home but on getting there you were weak and needed to stay a day more at the hospital. I never knew you wouldn’t return home with me. There are many things we are yet to conclude. Your last word to me was AMEN (twice) when I was praying for you. Some few minutes later I called you and you didn’t answer me again. I gave all the smile and look that normally get you up but you couldn’t response. Then fear gripped me because it has never been so. I prayed to God for your instant healing and restoration but all you gave is the smile while you gave up the Ghost. I have no doubt that you are in heaven and will see you there someday. Love Mi, your love will always be in my heart (in fact, inside the hard drive with a coded password). You fought a good fight and won putting the devil to shame. You went home smiling. Love you forever more... Your Love, Yemi Keazor (Husband)
Posted by Kunle Ibitayo on 19th September 2016
Sister Fikayo, you touched lives, you spent and was really spent. You were such a wonderful woman with a unique way of brightening everyone around you up. You will certainly be missed, my only consolation is that at the end you won. Good bye.
Posted by Biola Famuyiwa on 19th September 2016
"Fikky Funky" My beautiful Iya Oko of life. Your smile and sense of humour was second to none and so infectious. Technology Guru, you introduced me to FB in 2008, your words then- ' how can you not be on FB, sis B? Your passion and zeal for God's work was out of this world, little wonder why God decided to take you so soon. "O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is your victory? Sis, you haven't just died but gone to be at the feet of Jesus. Keep resting in the Lord, where there is no pain.
Posted by Babajide Alaka on 18th September 2016
Olufikayo - Fikky was a special being! And why she was special was her ability to make people feel good about themselves. She made me feel special all the 11 years that I knew her - a pretty soul, that was Fikayo. At her 39th birthday, thank God for that occasion, I told the people gathered that I do not consider her as a sister-in-law but as a sister. Just some weeks ago she helped me buy things online - from her hospital bed; how accommodating - what she went through has taught me a big lesson. Life is for the living but death is sure so I will prepare for that excellently well. The thought that I will not hear your voice or receive your monthly prayers again strikes me numb but this I am sure of - the world is slightly darker at your passing…
Posted by Modupe Adenaike on 18th September 2016
Olufikky,you came,you saw and most importantly you conquered.... rest on dear one,won't ever forget your humorous spirit,never a dull moment with you....."dubeeee" as you called me whenever I was due for scolding, lol,pretty heart,encouraging words ,I know you are having so much fun right now,a lot of fun....your exit is for a while... see you later dear,meanwhile, have a goodnight! We Win!
Posted by Oyewale Oyewole on 18th September 2016
Bwoda mi Wale, That's 'brother' pronounced in the characteristic Fikayo way. Of course over time I've come to know this manner of calling wasn't just reserved for me, it's one of your funny ways. Your humor defined you, gave you your endearing qualities. Humor was you, you were humor in the flesh. We have lost a beautiful soul, you are arguably the finest soul I ever came across aside of Damola your friend and soul sister for whom you were maid of honour. Always willing to go the extra mile. Your charming company is one reason Damola and I with the kids have taken numerous vacations to Dubai yet we don't know most tourists site because being in your company is more than all the fun in the world, never a dull moment with you. It was a short life no doubt but I daresay you lived it to the fullest. You gave of yourself, of you goods never holding back. Generous, Loving, Kind Hearted and perhaps your biggest attribute of all Funny And Witty. Goodnight Fikayo.
Posted by Yewande Famuyiwa on 18th September 2016
Aunty Fikky!! This wasn't our agreement, you promised that Tara will take a personal picture with you.Death why did you take my darling sister away!!! You fought a good fight sis I remember when we went to RCCG camp last December, we had a good time in the house of the Lord. You taught me how to love God and how to fellowship. Also remembered the inception of Unstoppable generation church, you were the only one in the choir and during one of the service you asked me to join you.. You taught me a Yoruba song that I can never forget" Gbogbo aye gbe jesu ga" You were full of life, witty, God fearing. I will miss you sis, miss your slangs, your love for "Flaz and jenifer"..Rest on Ma
Posted by Bewaji Oyewole on 18th September 2016
Olufikky, I still can't believe it. I was so sure we were going to grow old together. I can't begin to imagine you not being a phone call away. Its just so overwhelming. I stopped calling you 'friend' years ago, when I realised the depth of love that is in you. You are an amazing person. You loved selflessly. You were my best friend, my sister from another mother. Its difficult to accept that you are gone. Not really sure what to do now.
Posted by Motunrayo Famuyiwa-Alaka on 17th September 2016
Lapiti Egbon mi! I am unsure of how I will live with the grief of losing you. It is quite a lot for me to bear. Yet, I have a lot to be thankful for, especially for the privilege to have served you in life and in death. I am also grateful because you gave so much love and you got so much more. You were/are loved, you knew/know it and you enjoyed basking in it. Yours was an eventful life. Now, I have one more reason to make my salvation sure. I have also been challenged to ensure I encourage others to make Heaven... Who I go call for odd hour now? Who would understand the gists and jokes coded over decades? Who would guess my next moves before I voice them? Who will reprimand me that WhatsApp messages need not take three days to reply? Who will update my now empty iPhone music bank? Who will remind me to backup my laptop? Who will I tell it to just the way it is without the fear that I would be judged for being weak? Who will insist I get song lyrics right? Who?! I guess the answer (for some) is Jesus. But, it sure helped to have a human representative. I love and miss you dear sister and best friend. We shall see in Heaven - whether Jesus returns or chooses to take me as He did you. Meanwhile, I will hold on to the thrilling memories that make me giggle even in my pain. So long my darling.
Posted by Dele Famuyiwa on 17th September 2016
The clouds gather in the sky for what seems like eternity and for the length of time it hung up there, we hoped it will clear and we'll someday wake up to a bright unclouded morning. The cloud broke and down came rain of tears and sorrow, of pain and anguish and of despair. Oluwafikunayomi, Atinuke, Keazor (Nee Famuyiwa), my beautiful beloved sister was taken from us on the 14th of september 2016. Fikayo had a heart of Gold, a very understanding lady that makes light of even the most complicated situation. She smiles a lot and you can't help being infected with it when around her. She is beautiful, honest and God-fearing. She is adorable, calm and dedicated her time to serving God. Atinuke is a priceless jewel of inestimable worth. She is caring and no time is too much to attend to your concerns. I can go on forever to recount all great attributes of my beloved sister. It is sad that God resolved to take you to be with him so soon. The understanding is beyond our human comprehension. I looked up at the sky after the rain. The cloud has cleared and I can see the moon on the horizon. Your star shines brightest in the sky as you ascend to be with the Lord. I can tell that the sun will surely shine in the morning and your memory will never be forgotten. Keep shinning my sweet sister. I miss you now and will forever miss you.
Posted by Olurotimi Famuyiwa on 15th September 2016
My sweet beautiful in and out sister, words can't explain how much I'll miss you, your smile, your care, your advice, you are such a beautiful soul, even in death you are smiling, you will forever be missed and you'll always be in my heart, love you my dear Olufikayo Atinuke Famuyiwa aya Keazor. My Fikkyfunky it's hard to say goodbye. Return If Possible. Love you
Posted by Omolola Famuyiwa on 15th September 2016
I'm wearing the white gold chain (I can hear you say sterling silver ni sister mi) with cross pendant you gave me... No one can take that from me! What a blessing to have had you, known you, loved and be loved by you and shared in the grace of your beautiful life! The family has been on prayer watch for years, the church has been on prayer vigil for weeks, the prayer channel has been on prayer chain for hours... Many thanks to all those who showed her real LOVE, may heaven reward your sacrifice. 2 Samuel 12:19-23 I refused to negotiate this... But, God made HIS choice. After 5 graceful years, of living courageously by faith with the support of family and friends, God chose to transform Oluwafikunayomi ✝. Earth celebrates her diligent service and dignified sacrifice as heaven declares an ovation for this Great Woman of Worship

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