ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olusola Oluwatoyinbo. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Samuel Ajayi on April 29, 2021
So sad to hear of your departure this morning, but VERY GLAD you slept in the Lord!. My greatest memory of you was in August 2001. You were the 1st person I met on the corridor of UCH when our final results qualifying me as a medical doctor was released and I passed. I introduced myself to you as a relation from Osi Ekiti. You instantly remembered my face and you gave a crisp N200 note to celebrate & you PRAYED for me.. That encounter never left me.
God's comfort to mummy and the whole family. We shall miss your gentleness and sense of humour.
Till we meet, to part no more

Dr Samuel Ayodele AJAYI. UCH, Ibadan
Posted by Olalekan John Oyedeji on April 28, 2021
Hearing about your demise today really knocked me down especially when I got to know that your 75th birthday was very close. Rev Dr Oluwatoyinbo is like a Big Father to me. He took me as one of his biological children since I got to know him for the first time at my church, St. David's Anglican Church, Ijokodo where He served as an Assisting Preist. He gave me good orientation about Niger State when I told him I was posted there in May 2015. He even tried to secure a job for me immediately I finished my service year. The last time I saw him was when I visited him at Comfort Sodipo Memorial Anglican Church, Ologuneru where He retired as a Vicar. He treated me nicely. I never knew that will be the last time I will see a very good father like him to me. I can't stop thinking about you right now sir. I will forever miss you Baba. Rest on till we meet at the feet of Jesus.

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Posted by Samuel Ajayi on April 29, 2021
So sad to hear of your departure this morning, but VERY GLAD you slept in the Lord!. My greatest memory of you was in August 2001. You were the 1st person I met on the corridor of UCH when our final results qualifying me as a medical doctor was released and I passed. I introduced myself to you as a relation from Osi Ekiti. You instantly remembered my face and you gave a crisp N200 note to celebrate & you PRAYED for me.. That encounter never left me.
God's comfort to mummy and the whole family. We shall miss your gentleness and sense of humour.
Till we meet, to part no more

Dr Samuel Ayodele AJAYI. UCH, Ibadan
Posted by Olalekan John Oyedeji on April 28, 2021
Hearing about your demise today really knocked me down especially when I got to know that your 75th birthday was very close. Rev Dr Oluwatoyinbo is like a Big Father to me. He took me as one of his biological children since I got to know him for the first time at my church, St. David's Anglican Church, Ijokodo where He served as an Assisting Preist. He gave me good orientation about Niger State when I told him I was posted there in May 2015. He even tried to secure a job for me immediately I finished my service year. The last time I saw him was when I visited him at Comfort Sodipo Memorial Anglican Church, Ologuneru where He retired as a Vicar. He treated me nicely. I never knew that will be the last time I will see a very good father like him to me. I can't stop thinking about you right now sir. I will forever miss you Baba. Rest on till we meet at the feet of Jesus.
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