ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, OLUSEGUN AJAYI, 40 years old, born on February 19, 1980, and passed away on February 17, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ademola Adejumo on February 24, 2021
Olu Segun Ajayi, people have said a lot about you, how good you were to them. I don’t think of those things because I thought we still have many good things to do for one and another. Death took you away my guy. You left all the dreams. Forever miss you. Sun re oooo
Posted by Alegunlade Taiwo on February 23, 2021
I have never or see you face to face at all but I have heard a lot about you through your sister in love @amoduiyabode who happened to be my sister and your loving wife, your good deeds ,generosity , spirit filled life calmness and good behavior speaks a lot about you , I've hope am going to see you but never no that death will take you so soon at a very younger age, so pathetic. but I know you are happy where you are in the bosom of God , where we will meet to part no more rest peacefully segun family and friends will miss you RIP SEGUN
Posted by Amodu Olanike on February 23, 2021
Your exit was a painful one. Thank God that your coming to this world was not in vain. Because you know christ. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Iyabode Amodu on February 23, 2021
Hmmm,Segun it's so sad you have to leave so early, heaven has gain a beautiful soul, I never knew I was going to write a tribute for you so soon but God has a purpose for taken you at this time, sleep on beloved in the bossom of Almighty. Till we meet at the feet of Jesus. Goodnight Segun.
Posted by Chinonye Nnochiri on February 23, 2021
You are forever in our minds where no harm can ever come to you again. Heaven has gained a worthy Treasurer, a second baptidt after John the the Baptist, because you will baptize all the angels and arch angels; Angel Whatever, Arch Angel Whatever... you have left a vacuum in COG... you are greatly missed by us all...but we are consoled by the fact that you are in a better place doing what you know how best to do. May your Soul Rest in the bosom of the Lord till we meet to part no more, Fare well Brother Segun.
Posted by Adenike Akinleye on February 23, 2021

IT IS SO SAD TO SAY GOODBYE AT THIS TIME

Adieu to my lovely brother Segun, I knew you right from my childhood days as a very good friend to my elder brother. One of the great benefactor sent by God to help my family as a whole. You were hardworking, caring, cheerful and always willing to help any person that cross your path. .
May your soul rest in peace and may God console the family you left behind.. GOODNIGHT SIR.
Posted by Olamilekan Lawal on February 22, 2021
Caring, understanding, diligent and hardworking. Always ready to help others anytime. If he can't help at that moment he will ask you to come back and help out.we are missing you already and your memory will forever be in our hearts
Posted by Aderonke Azonobi on February 22, 2021
I'm still so speechless.
You're such a perfect gentleman.
Can't remove it from my Head and thoughts how you relate with your family because of my closeness to your wife.
A true, caring father and husband.
Intelligent and hard-working.
Your community works to our estate can't be quantified.
Thanking God for the great impact that you made in your days here on earth.
Your beautiful legacy lives on.
You'll be thoroughly missed.
Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by MUSICIANS CORNER on February 21, 2021
Its good knowing you Mr. Segun, but its very sad hearing the sudden death. You have been a good friend to me. You have been a cord that connected me very well with CROWN OF GLORY. I know you as a simple person and never said No to help me concerning properties. May God grant your family fortitude to bear the burden of your loss, Amen. Good bye friend
Posted by Ben Odhomi on February 21, 2021
It is well Mr. Segun, no word could express how I feel about your sudden death, we both served SERA for 4 solid years and gave our best to the estate. We lived and share our challenges together. It is well and that is all I can say. Rest on my friend.
Posted by Mrs W on February 21, 2021
It’s still so so hard to believe you are gone.

I first saw you about 5 years ago in the estate and I can say in the last 5 years I saw you practically EVERYDAY! We never said a word but you always looked so gentle and I always thought to myself “he’s such a gentle man”. How do I walk past the estate gate knowing I’d never see you again? How??? This one cut really deep. Really really deep.

Rest on my ever gentle man! You would never be forgotten, NEVER!
Posted by henry adedeji on February 20, 2021
This is really shocking... Goodnight brother
Posted by John Eni-Uwubame on February 20, 2021
Try as I may, words fail me to describe the shock and sadness occasioned by the untimely demise of Segun.

Segun was amiable, gentle, unassuming and considerate.

He was above all, a Christian! Earth's loss is heaven's gain. Rest in peace Segun!
Posted by Omotee Okikiolu on February 20, 2021
This is rude shock news breaking into my day. Seggz so sad to hear u re gone. Memories flow and now I cry getting done we might not see again until resurrection day....I remember how days of ticketing  Down to realtor lane, ur visit to Capetown and all our nites together and how calm you re, our days in Ajah before we became dads and our humble beginnings are memorable days.... for sure u will be missed n above all ur commitment to d things of Olugbala. Loss to this sinful world and gain to heavenly host.... bye bruv and sleep on Seggz
Posted by Leo Iroh on February 20, 2021
Very shocking and hard to believe you are gone uncle Sege as I usually called you hmm life is nothing but a stage, rest in peace bro.
Posted by Festus Uwadia on February 20, 2021
Segun was a good and calm guy. A dependable friend. Rest in peace bro.
Posted by Peter Mbachu on February 20, 2021
Segun, you will be missed greatly. Your gentle smile, accommodating personality and general disposition will always be referenced. You were indeed a good man. May your gentle soul rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Tricia Chris-Omon on February 20, 2021
The news of your death was a shock and I am still finding it hard to believe that you are really gone. I keep seeing your gentle and smiling face.
I pray your soul rest in peace and God comfort your young family that you left behind.
Good night,  Segun.
Posted by Peter Ogugua Don Destiny ... on February 19, 2021
This is too early ! The news is so shocking and heartbreaking MOG..... Am speechless bro and can't question God your creator. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.....Adieu !
Posted by Temitope Akinleye on February 19, 2021
SUNSET AT NOON (Olusegun Ajayi 1980-2021)
Sorrows filled my soul when I heard about your transition to glory. Your life was like a burning candle that gave rays of light for others to get a sense of direction in life. How I wish we still have you for another 40years with us in the land of the living. Many memories of you kept coming to me since yesterday I heard about your passing away. I remembered how many of your friends who were still finding their feet in life stayed in your house back then in Lagos. You radiated brilliance, excellence, courage, hospitality and love. Words fail me to describe how devastated I am that you are no more in this bodily form. May God grant the family you left behind the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. May the Holy Spirit comfort the family you left behind. You are forever in my heart.

Adieu, Bro Segun!!!!

From 'Tope Akinleye
Posted by Gbenga Ayenioye on February 19, 2021
I will never forget Segun's kindness. I remember how he helped when I wanted to buy flight ticket. May God give him eternal rest and the family the strength to bear the great pain.
Posted by Olusola Abass on February 19, 2021
Segun though your time was short on earth but you lived a good life. You touched lives and the testimonies are there to see.
It's hard to take that you are no more. The Lord take care of the children and the wife you left behind.
Rest well Segun
Posted by Towolawi Lekan on February 19, 2021
Ajayi Olusegun is a friend and a brother... went to same secondary school back in Osogbo and reconnected back years ago in Lagos. What a cool vibrant young man with a large heart for humanity.
You will be greatly missed my good friend, may the Lord console the family you left behind. Rest in the bossom of the Lord
Posted by Jamiu Adetunji Raji on February 19, 2021
Rest in Peace Ajayi Olusegun. You shall forever remain indelible in our memory. Charlians '97 sect...Haaaa iku doro,,,opa ore wa tooto
Why!!! So shocking,, may God grant his soul eternal rest and comfort the family he left behind. So sad.
Posted by Akinleye Olukemi on February 19, 2021
Tribute to a dear brother of inestimable value. It is hard to believe you are gone but who are we to question your maker. You are a dear friend to my brother in which I am also a friend to the last born of your house. I knew you to be a cool ,calm and focused man with heart of humility. Death! Why Brother Segun? You will forever be missed. May God take care of the mother,wife , children and the siblings you left behind. Adieu Bro Segun.
Akinleye Olukemi
Posted by Kola Gazal on February 18, 2021
Olusegun why this early

Writing this tribute is a very difficult task for me to do, I can't believe you have gone,
Your friendship was a Blessing I can't forget that day under that hot sun when our paths crossed again after so many years and you left indelible mark in my life

I am here to celebrate your life and measure of its worth and every single life you touched while you were on this earth

Although you are away physically, you are always in my heart.
Posted by Kayode Akinleye on February 18, 2021
Olusegun Ajayi....I know you are still very much around here. It's very hard for me to write these few words because I did not see this coming. Your demise left a devastating blow on me because we have come a long way. When I look back the memories lane from our Primary and Secondary School days, I am still struggling to believe you are gone. Your love touched everyone that came your path. You're a shinning light that went off without notice. You gave love to me when I had nothing and even when I became something, you never changed. I keep asking myself if you're truly gone but I know that God in His wisdom is the only one that answer this. Only God knows where I would be without you. You're an angel planted on my path and you took me beyond limits. Your call to me in 2006 after my NYSC that I should come Lagos for job hunting produced great results and I am glad you witnessed them all. Housing and feeding me in Lagos for close to 3 years without having job said it all. You never complained for once. I was never a burden to you. I will forever keep your memories and legacies. Sleep tight my brother, angel and special friend. Till we meet again in heavenly realms. Adieu Kayode Akinleye
Posted by Abiola Onadele on February 18, 2021
I would not have thought of doing this but destiny bequetted. It is with a heavy heart I bid you farewell. I cherished the life you lived. With our far distance interaction in school you were a great man indeed. I pray for the family fortitude to bear the loss. I pray that God consoles Charlian 97 set. Awon ore re n selede leyin re. Igi to to ki pe nigbo. Oju n Roni. Adieu!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Akeem Busari on February 18, 2021
Tribute to Olusegun Ajayi

Shared by Akeem Busari on February 18, 2021

Dear late friend Olusegun Ajayi

I didn't have that close rapport with you during our secondary school days at St Charles in Osogbo

But having reconnect with you on our old student association whatsapp platform changed the entire story

And to cap it all, I gave you that much respect when some of our friends mentioned during our PC program that you impacted their lives positively

Then I started thinking how would I emulate such a great dude like you by impacting close pals lives positively too

I could remember vividly that we had phone conversations on the real estate business towards end of last year

But nature didn't allow us to meet physically as agreed until you departed this sinful world

Although your early demise left tears on our faces

But what is the essence of an old age man who died without leaving any good legacies behind

The best for a human being is to leave good legacies behind after his demise

And your kind gestures/good legacies will forever be remembered

Goodbye Olusegun Ajayi
Posted by Adeolu Ogundeji on February 18, 2021
Segun, you left too soon. I remembered the old secondary School days,the games, competitions and the love we shared . The indelible marks you left on the soil of our hearts will not be forgotten soon.

Although we 've not been opportuned to met since then, but I hear great things about you and the impact you 've made in the lives of people that crossed your path. May the good Lord rest your soul and comfort/strengthen all that you left behind.

Good night Dear Beloved
Posted by Olaoluwa Bodunde on February 18, 2021
Good night Segun,
This is very hard for me to do. Leaving a tribute for you at this time is what I couldn't have imagined in my life. You are such a good guy, brilliant and focused. Many of our secondary school mates testified to how you were instrumental to the good life they are leaving today.

Oluwasegun, you came, you saw and you have conquered as your name implies. You will be greatly missed by all of us. Charlean '97 set will never forget you.

The Lord will continue to keep your wife and children you left behind in Jesus name.

Rest in peace Oluwasegun.
Posted by Lateef Adepoju on February 18, 2021
Am still in shock with d news of ur death, Segun Ajayi, this is a great loss to ur family, friends, we love u bt d Lord loves u more, Good nite Segun, Good nite friend, may ur soul rest in peace
Posted by Babajide Ojo on February 18, 2021
It is saddened to hear about ur demise, but who re we to query God. You have live a good life and impact so many in ur liferime. Rest on my friend and a brother OMO MR RULER has i used to call u.
Posted by BOLAJI ADEKUNLE DAMILOLA on February 18, 2021
It's very hard to believe that you are no More OLUSEGUN AJAYI,GOOD NIGHT,MAY GOD BE WITH YOUR FAMILY.
Posted by Aderemi Adekilekun on February 18, 2021
Ajayi Olusegun! Your time was short but you lived a very good life
You know what they say,
God only takes the best.
Everything happens for a reason,
Even if we may not agree.
Just promise to look after us,
And if you can,
The thought of never seeing you again brings tears to my eyes,
And even more so,
Because all of this was such a surprise.
But we should never question what God has planned,
Sometimes it’s not meant for us to understand.
So as we sit here and mourn the loss of a beloved friend,
We have to keep telling ourselves that we will meet again.
Rest on my dear friend

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Posted by Ademola Adejumo on February 24, 2021
Olu Segun Ajayi, people have said a lot about you, how good you were to them. I don’t think of those things because I thought we still have many good things to do for one and another. Death took you away my guy. You left all the dreams. Forever miss you. Sun re oooo
Posted by Alegunlade Taiwo on February 23, 2021
I have never or see you face to face at all but I have heard a lot about you through your sister in love @amoduiyabode who happened to be my sister and your loving wife, your good deeds ,generosity , spirit filled life calmness and good behavior speaks a lot about you , I've hope am going to see you but never no that death will take you so soon at a very younger age, so pathetic. but I know you are happy where you are in the bosom of God , where we will meet to part no more rest peacefully segun family and friends will miss you RIP SEGUN
Posted by Amodu Olanike on February 23, 2021
Your exit was a painful one. Thank God that your coming to this world was not in vain. Because you know christ. May your soul rest in peace.
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Shared by Akeem Busari on February 18, 2021
Dear late friend Olusegun Ajayi

I didn't have that close rapport with you during our secondary school days at St Charles in Osogbo

But having reconnect with you on our old student association whatsapp platform changed the entire story

And to cap it all, I gave you that much respect when some of our friends mentioned during our PC program that you impacted their lives positively 

Then I started thinking how would I emulate such a great dude like you by impacting close pals lives positively too

I could remember vividly that we had phone conversations on the real estate business towards end of last year 

But nature didn't allow us to meet physically as agreed until you departed this sinful world

Although your early demise left tears on our faces 

But what is the essence of an old age man who died without leaving any good legacies behind

The best for a human being is to leave good legacies behind after his demise

And your kind gestures/good legacies will forever be remembered

Goodbye Olusegun Ajayi
Shared by Christopher Faforiji on February 18, 2021
I met Segun in 2007, he was a  cool guy with a very big heart. We spoke at length,just as if we’ve known each other for a long time and I could still remember I had dinner with his family that same day.
It’s still very hard to believe you’re gone Segun, we love you but God loves you more.
May your gentle soul continue to Rest In Peace.