Shared by Abiodun Adegbonmire on July 29, 2019
Join me in praising GOD I have seen his goodness...Join me in praising Baba I have seen his goodness...
Ecclesiastes 3: There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heaven:
A time to be born and a time to die,
A time to plant and a time to uproot,
A time to kill and a time to heal,
A time to tear down and a time to build,
A time to weep and a time to laugh,
A time to mourn and a time to dance.
Mama Titi lived a good life and she was a loving mother to all who knew her, she never discriminated against anyone and she daily opened her doors to all who came her way...I remember the last time I saw her was her 80th birthday and it gives me joy that I made it down to Ife that day.
May Mama Titi's soul enjoy eternal bliss and I pray the LORD will watch over Baba and the children she left behind.

Mummy campus

Shared by Mo Akins on July 23, 2019
Hello mummy campus . My amazing grandma and one of the most amazing women who trained me during my formation years .

i still can’t believe you are gone mummy campus . I had so many fond memories of you at ife andespecially at eleyele. Going to visit mummy campus after church was one of those treats we only get when we have been good all week and one we look forward to so fervently . I remember your pounded yam and white rice with stew . I remember quite vividly how you would make me sit on the stool (apoti) towards the freezer as you supervised the pounded yam . I remember how you always say to my mum “Moni bring this children so that Gbegus and AO can teach them some maths and English”. 

I remember how strict you were with my father insisting he had to buy us school books...
. **tears are welling up in my eyes **

you really were a pillar of support during those years... 
I remember how you stored the ‘minerals’ in your room and brought them out to entertain us on Sundays.
i remember seeing your beautiful smile at my wedding in 2014 . You reminded me of momo susannah . Those beautiful set of teeth and radiant smile were imbued in your lineage . 

you were the only grandma I grew up with . Firm , supportive and always full of optimism and words of wisdom. I miss you grandma, mummy campus. Mi for mummy ( as my mum fondly calls you)
you really were the titian of your generation.
Say hello to momoh susannah &  baba adebiyi.

Your legacy will always live on 

love always 

Rolake Ajibola ( nee Akinshipe)
Shared by Adebowale Adefisan on July 23, 2019
I fondly remember Mama Komolafe's motherly disposition, correcting our juvenile attitudes with an unending smile for everyone.
She saw a great future in us, as her Students at St. John's Grammar School, Oke Atan, Ile -Ife, and promised " the sky is not your limit" if you work very hard.
Mama encouraged us to dress neat and handle our books with care. She cares and saw to it that we are disciplined in our conduct.
May her soul rest in peace!!
Debo Adefisan 76/81 set, St. John's Grammar School, Ile-Ife.

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