ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluwakemi (Nee Ogunleye), 46 years old, born on November 26, 1974, and passed away on May 7, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kehinde Adeolu on May 25, 2021
I'm just seeing this and its like a dream. What a great loss of our dear caring mother. I once knew her in Ejigbo , Osun state, then later in offa, Kwara state. during my tertiary education. We did business together in purchasing of Christian literatures. I don't see this happen to her now. By, all glory to God for the life well spent. Rest on beloved mother.
Posted by Ladokun Wuraola on May 18, 2021
CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO THE FAMILY OF REV'D DR ODEDIRAN
It was a big shock when I heard about the demise up till now I still find it difficult to believe ,I truly miss you and I will miss you dearly ,Rest well in the bossom of the Lord ,I pray that the Lord will be with the family and the fortitude to bear the loss .


                      Your little bride
                       Wuraola
 
                    
Posted by Yemi Makinde on May 14, 2021
This time last week...Still like a dream
Posted by Omotosho Oluwafemi on May 14, 2021
It was just like yesterday you come and you go but you will forever reman in my heart because when I meet you. you shows me a lot of love joy and even the word you say too me always keep me moving because I can remember when I'm planing to leave this country you told me I should not stop praying and I should always work hard by doing this the world will know me for good and I do as you say and now the world as known me for good you will forever reman in my heart good night thin will meet again and departed know more
Posted by Muyiwa Ogungboye on May 13, 2021
 TRIBUTE TO OUR FOUNDING MOTHER
Haba father! So at last our mummy odediran as become a woman of history.
God indeed you are unquestionable! It was like yesterday precisely 3rd of November, 2019 when we the members are celebrating the 10years anniversary of your personally christened IKORE OLUWA SOCIETY in the same attire with you and daddy, also to mark your years of being in this cathedral of Joy in which you blessed us wholeheartedly for the Grace of God to attain that year. So this is where you will bid us farewell.
Your evergreen memory will continue to linger on in our hearts. Rest on till resurrection day.
Adieu our dearest Rev.(Mrs.) O. O. Odediran.
*IKORE OLUWA SOCIETY (F.B.C, Offa)*
Posted by Gawati Oluwakemi on May 13, 2021
So painful hearing your departure from this sinful world. Though I don't know much about you but the little I know speak good things about you... We love you so much but Almighty God loves you the most and we gonna miss you so much intelligent and hard-working mother.... Continue resting till we all meet... Goodnight
Posted by Akin Oyewopo on May 13, 2021
Reading through our sister's biodata, I see a woman of note sent to this world to do something in particular. I see a person who knew her assignment, allowed herself to be adequately prepared for it and she did the assignment without fail. She touched lives as assigned. She came, saw and pleased her Caller. Now she's been called home to her reward. We say, "Goodnight sister" We shall meet on the other side. Let the living trust in the Lord. You will yet smile. The devil is a failure. Christ has won. Hallelujah!
Posted by Ayomikun Omotosho on May 13, 2021
Two years ago I was kinda in between churches cause my life was so messed up and I couldn't figure it out but I came across with some of her words, words of wisdom which change part of my life forever, I adore and respect her alot even tho I didn't get the chance to tell her one on one how she motivate me but I know this one thing "it is just goodnight not goodbye". Forever in our heart
Posted by William Abadoo on May 12, 2021
The legacies you left behind speak on. Rest dear sister in the bossom of our Lord where there is total victory over pains and pangs of death. You are loved.
Posted by Odeniyi Oluwasemiloore on May 12, 2021
I always admire your work in the house of God! The Bible commanded us to rejoice, I believe heaven is rejoicing over ur soul,
 
Thanks to Yahweh for the life well spent

We love you but Jesus love you most


Till we meet to part no more


Rest in peace
Posted by Adewale Oluwapelumi on May 12, 2021
Reverend Mrs though I don't know you in person but I believe you've lived a well fulfilled life. I pray your soul rest in peace and God uphold the family you left behind.
Posted by Tokunbo Adewale Toriola on May 12, 2021
Sister kemi as I used to call you while we are at Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro. You are one of those that God used to encouraged me for a dedicated life to service of God and my studies.
You are a strong support to us at OGBSF family.

May the lord console us all as your sudden change of address is unbelievable.

You shall be greatly missed as heaven successfully gained another faithful soldier.

Rest on the beloved till we see to path no more.
Posted by Pastor Adedayo Daniel Ojo on May 11, 2021
Rev. Mrs oluwakemi Odediran, you lived a life of purpose and have impacted many lives. Your existence on earth was meaningful as you have made indelible marks on the surface of the earth. You were a destiny changer, a light to the darkened world, a voice to the voiceless.

You were a caring mother, talented woman and an oracle in God's hands. Pastor's wife par excellence and a great minister of God.

We cannot query God that He decided to take you now because He Owns You and He as declared the end right from the beginning.

God's sovereignty has prevailed! You have gone to a better place. You have rested from this life of toiling.

You have fought a good fight of faith, won the race and kept the faith.

You will forever be missed! We loved you but Jesus loves you more.
Posted by bukunola Akinlabi on May 11, 2021
Hearing about your call to glory gave me a rude shock. My relationship with you in the Lydia Auxiliary and BSF was impactful. You are a selfless person that touches every life that crosses your path.
You are so nice, so gentle and God fearing. Adieu dear sister. You will be forever missed.
Posted by Emmanuel Opatola on May 11, 2021
I think I only had 1-2 encounters with her physically but the way I hear Anointed and other folks talk about her makes me wonder how good a woman can be. Rev. Mrs. Odediran is a very very very very good woman!!! She's an exceptional mother that loves and taught her children. She's an outstanding wife to papa with the way she love and respect him. She's a great teacher that dissect the word of Truth rightly. A pastor of simplicity, righteousness and Truth. A very accommodating and wise woman in her dealings with people. We love you mama. Thank you for instilling greatness in us and your children. Your teachings, instructions and words lives forever.

As we can all see and feel, you are not dead, you live. Death has been defeated in victory and glory to God, you live. That's our peace and assurance. We're confident that we'll meet again in eternity. It's not goodbye mama, it's see you again ❤❤❤
Posted by Olutayo Olusegun on May 11, 2021
It is very hard to believe you are no more sister Kemi. The journey was short but was impacting and fulfilled. You are a loss to the world but gain to heaven. SLEEP ON BELOVED SISTER.
Posted by Olufemi Oyetunji on May 11, 2021
Mummy Odediran,you were the best,a good mother,sister and lover of God,you will always be remembered for your genuine love for God and humanity,the entire Oyetunji family will miss you,Continue to rest in peace and may  God almighty console your loving husband and your wonderful children and the entire fbc family," Ma simi lo laya Jesu Olufe Owon"
Posted by Michael Ereyemi on May 11, 2021
It's hard to believe and sad to hear that you've departed this realm. The solace we have is that you lived a remarkable life in that you lived to serve your maker. Our prayer is that God fortify my friend Rev. Odediran, the children, the entire family, friends, the congregation you served and acquaintances. Sleep well dear sister till the resurrection morning.
Posted by ADENIKE OLUWAKEMI on May 11, 2021
Painful exit. Dear beloved mother and sister Oluwakemi Odediran, you came, you saw and you conquered. You have lived a very impactful life for which you will forever be remembered. You were a woman of virtue, a gallant soldier of Christ and worthy of emulation. You were a mother indeed. Rest on till resurrection morning, when we shall meet to part no more. Good night ma !
Posted by Sola Asa on May 11, 2021
What can we say? Indeed it is painful, difficult to believe and hard to accept. Consoled by the life you lived in Christ which is evident. A virtuos and very supportive wife and mother. Hard work personified. When in the early hours of May 1, 2021, I sent a request to you on some and additional Baptist literatures needed for our Church, you responded "I will work on it" . The news of your relocation came very unexpected. Wishing it was not true. Sleep on dear sister.
Posted by Chukuemeke Chikogu on May 11, 2021
I'm still in shock! The news of your exit to glory came as a rude shock. You were to me and my household an epitome of hospitality and warmth. Thank you for being dependable. Thank you for welcoming us to your home. Your memory will always be cherished. Good night.
Posted by Doyinsola Adenugba on May 11, 2021
Aunty Kemi you left too soon. Words can't express how much i miss you. Still like a dream. You were someone special,your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. May your beautiful soul continue to rest in peace darling sister.
Posted by Gifted T on May 11, 2021
This is so difficult for me to believe, still like am still dreaming but am not here to ask why am just in shock that you gone too soon. As you always say to me (Tayo lohunsoro) anytime we are on phone can't get your voice out of my head, I pray the Lord give us all the strength bear this great loss. Reverend Mrs Oluwakemi Odediran you will be greatly missed

I know heaven just gained a soul
And you will be up their watching on us all

I will always remember you because you mean so much to me

Temitayo is saying rest on mama till we meet to part no more

I love you and miss you dearly
Posted by Isaac Oluwaleye on May 11, 2021
Only Remembered.
Fading away like the stars of the morning,
Losing their light in the glorious sun,
Thus would we pass from the earth and its toiling,
Only remembered by what we have done.
Reverend Mrs Oluwakemi, though your death came to us as a rude shock but we took solace in the fact that you lived an impactful life. The memory of your hospitality which you demonstrated through your generosity, simplicity, kindness and love will linger forever. The memories of your godly deeds and virtues will forever remain with us. Sleep on until we meet to part no more. It is well.
Pharm. I.A. Oluwaleye
Posted by Julius Samson on May 11, 2021
Mummy it's a great privilege to have known your impact on your children and the kind of relationship you have had with your husband despite how busy you were with your career. You have set a good path for every responsible youth to follow.

Anointed has made me know how easy it can be for children to be so close like friends to their parents with the way he talks about you and daddy.

Thank you for showing your children the path of the Lord that make us to learn from them everyday. I've promised myself to sit and listen to your live sermon the day daddy and you were invited on Anointed show, but....
Your exit is so painful to me. But it gladdens my heart that surely you are with the father.
Posted by Adelowo Moses on May 11, 2021
Difficult to accept, yet very true. Difficult to understand, yet very real, the fact that you are gone. Memories are what we hold firm to us. They come to mind time again, reminding us of your good deeds, care and concern towards us particularly those of us that shared your anointing with under your house roofs.

The perfect gentlewoman,
The amiable manager,
The patient pastor wife,
The lovable sister,
The smiling leader,
The natural chairperson,
The steadfast unmovable Christian,
The reliable partner,
The cool wife,
The calculated mother,
The great peace maker,
The smooth organizer,
We miss you Rev,(Mrs) Oluwakemi Odediran Precious
We miss you my special mummy in the Lord.
May your gentle soul rest in peace. Till Resurrection morning.
By Pastor Adelowo Adeoye from Rccg Ghana.
Posted by Olurotimi Josephine Oyind... on May 11, 2021
Knowing Mummy through Anointed made me wonder how a Parent-child relationship could be so good. Having heard so much about her and knowing how well she lived her life in God's way, being an excellent partner to daddy and exceptional mother to her children is the best testament to a life well lived. May she continue to rest in the bosom of the father peacefully
Posted by Mayowa Lawal on May 11, 2021
You came into our lives as a mother, you lived in our midst as a great mother, you have always demonstrated a great care and concern for our well beings.

God lead you to play a major role in the journey that brought me and my wife into matrimony. Even after our wedding, you never seize to show great motherly gesture towards us.

Like you would always call me..."Brother Mayor", you will say calmly..."emaa to ju aburo mi o" (referring to my wife).

I couldn't have imagined that I would be writing this tribute to you just exactly 4 months after we last saw at my Sister's funeral in Abuja....God knows best.

You lived a life so inspiring to all, you were indeed a great mother. You thought us how to live for God and to be heaven minded at all times and in this we take solace that you have found your rest faraway from earthly toilings and strifes and that you are resting at Jesus' bossom.

Till the resurrection morning when we shall meet again, may the Lord help us all to finish strong like you did.
Posted by Adebayo Adedayo on May 11, 2021
MUMMY,REST IN PERFECT PEACE

God has taken the righteous away so as to be reigning with him in HIS kingdom.

Mummy thank so much for making yourself available for the use of Christ, we love you and strongly believe God loves you more than we do.

We part to meet no more,rest on mummy

ADEBAYO ADEDAYO GABRIEL
BSF FEDPOFFA PRESIDENT
2019/2020 TENURE
Posted by Atanda Titilayomi on May 11, 2021
Mummy,it is HARD to accept the death of a loved one; especially when you didn't have the chance to say goodbye; especially when the deceased was taken so suddenly and so shockingly at the prime of life and most especially when it seems like an irreplaceable part of your world is gone. The grief and the pain can be unbearable; you cry a river and your sorrow knows no end. You never really know what it's like until you are there yourself, but you look to God because he's the only one who can comfort you.. Forever in our heart mother
Posted by Oluwakemi Odediran on May 11, 2021
God giveth, He taketh, glory be to Him only, Mama Oluwakemi Precious Odediran, you came , you saw, you conquer, like a dream, your departure shock me to my bone marrow, a replica of that woman mentioned in Proverb 31 vs 10 to the end. I could remember in 2010, when I came closer to you than meeting you at four wall of the Church, am expecting a woman that will chase me away by body language but you disappointed my thought, instead, you open your hands and heart to welcome me and others. You shows love and cares. An hardworking woman, ready to sacrifice everything to make others laugh, putting joy to many hearts are Paramount to you and your better half, "haaaa" kokoro iku ko je ka gbadun obi yin to gbo" Mummy Odediran, I and my entire family mourned you, I will miss you so much great Bolakemi. Good Night ma , till will meet at Master feet. Adiue!!!
Yours ,
Rev Michael Oyekunle Oyelaran.
Posted by Mercy Semilore on May 11, 2021
Mom I really miss your lovely words to us your Children, may your soul rest in perfect peace. And we'll meet at the feet of the Lord Jesus, where will not part no more. I really miss you Mummy
Posted by Isaiah Goodness on May 10, 2021
Rest well, ma. Rest well
Posted by Bose Onumanyi on May 10, 2021
.......GONE TOO SOON!!!!A RARE GEM
This sad news came to us as a rude shock. Shocked to our bone marrow. We still couldn't comprehend the sad news. O death where is your victory! O death where is your sting? But we take solace in the word of God in Psalms 116:15
 Our Beloved Rev Mrs Oluwakemi Precious Odediran was a woman of faith, a woman after God's own heart, a virtuous woman of Proverbs 31:10-the end,a woman of dignity and strength,a mentor and Role model,a loving and caring mother which you showed to us as a family (the Onumanyi and Oladipo's families). We love you but Jesus Christ loves you most. Keep sleeping in the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ our saviour until the resurrection day where we meet to part no more. Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord and let your perpetual light shine upon her. Good night! Good night!! Good night!!! Mama Rev Oluwakemi Precious Odediran.
 Our dear Daddy Rev Odediran, May the Lord console you, May He strengthens you and be with you and the children always and forever more Amen. From Prof and Mrs Peter Onumanyi.

 
Posted by Akande Adekunle on May 10, 2021
If roses grow in heaven, Lord please pick a bunch for me, Place them in our mum arms and tell her they’re from me.Tell her I love her and miss her, and when she turns to smile, place a kiss upon her cheek and hold her for awhile.Because remembering her is easy, I do it every day, but there’s an ache within my heart that will never go away. Adieu Mum
Posted by Akande Adekunle on May 10, 2021
I hope you are in a better place looking down on us and nodding your head in approval. I want to tell you and the world you’ll always be in our hearts forever. I love you mom
Posted by Sun shine on May 10, 2021
--------JUST LIKE A DREAM MUMMY--------
We still can't believe that you are no more, your voice is still ringing a bell to our hears (Elijah se dada ni o), last time we talked, you told us you are getting better. You are indeed a mother, motivator and mentor. what give me joy mostly is that you have fought the good fight, you have finished your race. And now the prize awaits you—the crown of righteousness....but
so sadden you finished your race so early, we love you Mummy but Jesus love you more, we will forever miss you, keep resting till we meet to part no more......(Elijah Adekemi Ajayi)
Posted by Ajayi Oluwabukunmi Christ... on May 10, 2021
A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven. We part with our beloved mother in pain.
May our Lord bless, console n comfort d entire family during this time of grief.
We will never forget you in our memories. May God give her eternal rest.
Pls accept my sincere condolences
Posted by Sunday Opaleke on May 10, 2021
My Dear Rev'd (Mrs) 'Kemi Odediran, The sickness that led to to your passing on to glory was a rude shock and least expected. As a woman of faith, committed to Christian values and vanguard of societal ideal, I take solace in God that you have gone to rest. As an admire of you in sermoms interpretation at First Baptist Church, Offa, obviously we shall miss you, and it will take time to get replacement. What a great lost of a loving, caring, and humble sister in the Lord. Sleep on at the bosom of your creator, God, till we meet again. Adieu Sister Kemi.
Posted by Sunday Ishola on May 10, 2021
Blessed is the memory of the righteous!
You didn't just smile all the time, you truly loved and cared so much about all of us.
You're indeed a good example to us.
You're forever missed.
Posted by Omotosho Oluwafemi on May 10, 2021
I can't just believed this when a friend called me and tell me you live know more when I meet you ma you shows me a lot of love you tell me to keep praying keep on working hard that God will see me true in my football and you told me on 17/3/2017 that God told you I'm going to where I don't believe I can get too and 03/4/2018 I sing a club in Europe I will forever miss you mummy Good Night Good mother
Posted by Okunola Ayodeji on May 10, 2021
Sir, I don't know what to say. it's just like dream. But l pray that, the Lord will visit you and the family to console you and give you fortitude to bear the lost in Jesus name. Our mother in Israel, good night and rest perfect peace.
Posted by Oyelaran Michael Oyekunle on May 10, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY DEARLY SISTER AND MY OGA WIFE, "REV'D MRS OLUWAKEMI PRECIOUS ODEDIRAN
...BY REV'D M.O.K. OYELARAN...

God giveth, He taketh, Glory be to Him only, Mama Oluwakemi Precious Odediran, you came , you saw, you conquer, like a dream, your departure shock me to my bone marrow, a replica of that woman mentioned in Proverb 31 vs 10 to the end. I could remember in 2010, when I came closer to you than meeting you at four wall of the Church, am expecting a woman that will chase me away by body language but you disappointed my thought, instead, you open your hands and heart to welcome me and others. You shows love and cares. An hardworking woman, ready to sacrifice everything to make others laugh, putting joy to many hearts are Paramount to you and your better half, "haaaa" kokoro iku ko je ka gbadun obi yin to gbo" Mummy Odediran, I and my entire family mourned you, I will miss you so much great Bolakemi. Good Night ma , till will meet at Master feet. Adiue!!!
Yours ,
Rev Michael Oyekunle Oyelaran.
Posted by Ojo Lydia Oluwatoyin on May 10, 2021
The news of your demise had left me speechless.
All I remember of you was your beautiful smile during my Wedding ceremony eight years ago and how well you danced during my Mum's retirement program.
Heaven gained you....and that is a great consolation for me.
Rest on Ma.
You will always be remembered.
Posted by Tayo Oladipo on May 10, 2021
We love to have you continually here with us, Sis. Kemi Odediran. We prayed you pulled through. I met your husband at the 108th NBC in Session, and it appears as if it was the only time in my entire life of meeting you and your husband, that I met him alone without you around him. I vehemently refused thoughts that crossed my mind, that afternoon. You had a golden heart and and your impact was immense. We lost you to your Master and Savior, who promised us to be of good cheers because He has overcome the world. I will personally miss you big sis. God’s strength for you sir @Rev Gabriel Odediran
Posted by Ibitoye Adeyemi on May 10, 2021
Pastor Mrs was a wonderful person attested to, by those who were close to her. She was an exemplary Christian, a lover of the word. She was a jovial, open-minded and unbiased person. She had true passion for Service and evangelism. The love and support she gave to Daddy in their Ministry was second to none and it is glaring her mother-hen role would surely be missed. May the good Lord grant her gentle soul sweet eternal rest and give Daddy, children, families and the church the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss. AMEN. Adieu ma
Posted by Hassan Modupe on May 10, 2021
TRIBUTE TO A GREAT WOMAN OF GOD
Your death came as a rude shock to me. I knew you from my childhood as someone who had passion for God's work. During my service year at Offa, I enjoyed your hospitality and words of encouragement. You were a woman of God indeed and You lived an exemplary life.
I love you but God loves you most. Rest on in the bossom of your Saviour.
Good night Aunty Kemi
Posted by Rev. Dr. Paul Oladapo KOL... on May 10, 2021
       TRIBUTE IN HONOUR OF
      REV. MRS. BOLA ODEDIRAN

HOW ARE THE MIGHTY FALLEN!

The news of this great beloved sister came to us as a huge shock!

The enviable quality of her short life showed her as a woman of promise, a woman of passion, a patient mother, and a promising pastor of the Nigerian Baptist Convention!.

We are grateful unto God for the short and meaningful life she lived. She was so passionate in the ministry of the church, in leading the people of God,  she indeed cared for the welfare of her family and in upholding the hands of her husband in the ministry. Even at the Convention level, she demonstrated the love and passion she had for the Nigerian Baptist Convention family, thereby sustaining her heritage. She had helped in expanding  our legacies to the nooks and crannies of our region.

She was a passionate woman of God, whose heartbeat was always about the extension of God’s kingdom to the whole world. She was a woman of faith, and a woman of vision. She was a unique and dynamic woman who was highly determined to fulfil the commission of Christ. She was one of the rarest woman pastor in our society who is very concerned in doing the will of God with the mind of Christ.

No doubt, we have lost a dear gem in our generation and denomination. Although, it is a precious earthly loss, it is always a heavenly gain. It is our sure anchor that our sister and lover has gone to be with the Lord and so nothing is missing, even when we talk about the vacuum she has left in the family, in the ministry and Christendom as a whole, God has a way and God will make the way and so we believe that God will continue to be God and be faithful in the midst of our challenges.

On behalf of Osun Baptist Conference, we commiserate with Rev. Dr. A.G. Odediran and the children. We pray the Lord will comfort and uphold you in all your ways.

 We further encourage our dear man of God, Rev. Dr. A.G Odediran to take solace in God, we encourage the children that the future is brighter for them, we encourage the church to be comforted and we pray for the entire Kwara Baptist Conference and Osun Baptist Conference that the good Lord will be our guide and comfort in the name of Jesus Christ. Amen

Rev. Dr. Paul O. Kolawole
President, Osun Baptist Conference
Posted by Marvellous Adedeji on May 10, 2021
Mummy!!
I still can't believe you're gone
May your soul rest in perfect peace.
You'll always be in our heart
Posted by Itunu Simon on May 10, 2021
Mummy ,though we don't really have much time to talk together ,the first time I spoke with you is now the last time ... You taught me alot of things about motherhood even from afar, you are a rare gem ,the motherly love reflected in every aspect of Anointed and Blessed's life. The reality of your rest just hit me now,you are going to be missed but never forgotten .
I love you ma ,Pastor Mrs Odediran
    Your Distant Disciple.
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Posted by Kehinde Adeolu on May 25, 2021
I'm just seeing this and its like a dream. What a great loss of our dear caring mother. I once knew her in Ejigbo , Osun state, then later in offa, Kwara state. during my tertiary education. We did business together in purchasing of Christian literatures. I don't see this happen to her now. By, all glory to God for the life well spent. Rest on beloved mother.
Posted by Ladokun Wuraola on May 18, 2021
CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO THE FAMILY OF REV'D DR ODEDIRAN
It was a big shock when I heard about the demise up till now I still find it difficult to believe ,I truly miss you and I will miss you dearly ,Rest well in the bossom of the Lord ,I pray that the Lord will be with the family and the fortitude to bear the loss .


                      Your little bride
                       Wuraola
 
                    
Posted by Yemi Makinde on May 14, 2021
This time last week...Still like a dream
her Life

Oluwakemi Olufunmilayo Odediran

BIOGRAPHY OF REVEREND MRS OLUWAKEMI OLUFUNMILAYO ODEDIRAN

(NEE OGUNLEYE)

Oluwakemi Olufunmilayo Odediran was born on 26th November, 1974 to the family of Pa Ezekiel Bolaji Ogunleye of Ajibode in Ota, Ogun State and Madam Titilayo Apinke Ogunleye (both of blessed memory). She had her Primary and Secondary Schools education at St. Michael Primary School and Our Lady of Apostle Secondary School, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State respectively. She also attended Wahab Folawiyo High school, Ikoyi, Lagos State.She later proceeded to the Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State where she obtained Ordinary National Diploma(OND) and Higher National Diploma(HND) in Business Administration & Management. She further obtained PGD(Accounting) and Masters in Business Administration at Ladoke Akintola University, Ogbomosho. She is a member of the following professional bodies: National Institute of Management(NIM), Institute of Chartered Economist of Nigeria (ICEN), Association of National Accountants of Nigeria (ANAN).

She entered the Nigerian Baptist Theological Seminary, Ogbomoso in 2014 where she obtained Masters of Divinity in Religious Education (M.DIV RE) in 2017.She ministers along with her husband at First Baptist Church, Offa since she graduated in 2017.



Her Christian Journey and Service

Mrs Oluwakemi Olufunmilayo Odediran gave her life to Christ during G.A Queens Court at Camp young, Ede in 1990 and was baptized at First Baptist church, Ereko Ijebu – Ode Ogun State.

Rev. Mrs Odediran had many Opportunities to serve God which she did truthfully and faithfully, these include:

  • Sunbeam, G.A, and Lydia member at the First Baptist church, Ereko, Ijebu – Ode;
  • Drama Coordinator and Secretary, B.S.F. Fed. Poly, Ilaro Ogun State.
  • Secretary and the First Sisters’ Coordinator, Ogun State Baptist Students Fellowship.
  • Assist Secretary NCCF Abia State 1998
  • Prayer Chairperson, WMU Ejigbo Baptist Association
  • WMU Adviser & Sunday School Teacher all at United Baptist church, Ejigbo Osun state.
  • Vice President, Pastors’ Wives Fellowship, Kwara Baptist Conference
  • CED Coordinator, First Baptist Church, Offa and Offa Baptist Association
  • WMU Adviser, First Baptist Church, Offa.
  • Adeola Odutola Group of Companies Ijebu-Ode, Ogun-State. (One Year Industrial Trainning)
  • Abia State Ministry of Education(National Youth Service Corps (NYSC)
  • Osun Sate Ministry of Education (Unity Schools, Ejigbo)
  • Ejigbo Baptist High School
  • United School Ejigbo
  • Ejigbo Local Government Secretariat
  • Odo-Otin LOCAL Government Secretariat, Okuku, Osun State.
  • Atakumosa East LCDA, Iwara.
  • Odo-Otin South LCDA Inisa, Osun State.
  • Odo-Otin South LCDA Oyan, Osun State.
On Tuesday, 27th October, 2020, she was ordained into the full gospel ministry of the Nigerian Baptist Convention. Hence, she is being called and addressed as Reverend Oluwakemi OlufunmilayoOdediran.

Rev Mrs Oluwakemi Olufunmilayo Odediran is a strong woman with great and undaunted passion for the ministry.She was a worthy supporter of her husband in the ministry despite the fact that she is a head of department of budget, planning research and statistics in the Local Government service of Osun State.She is a great speaker, a woman ofGod to the core, intelligent, loving and caring. She had always played exemplary leadership roles to the WMU and her divisions; youth, teenagers and Children ministries.Her wisdom and unique strength make her succeed as Member of committees in the church, association and conference. She has received many awards from the convention WMU and Publication departments Kwara Baptist Conference and many other places.

Rev Mrs Oluwakemi Odediran had been ministering together with her husband, Rev. Dr. Abimbola Gabriel Odediran since their marriage in November 1999.These include:

June 15, 1997 – Jan 31, 2009 – United Baptist Church, Ejigbo Osun State.

Feb 1, 2009 till she slept in the Lord- First Baptist Church Offa, Kwara State.

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Family Life

Rev. Mrs Oluwakemi Olufunmilayo Odediran got married to her heartthrob, Rev’d Dr Abimbola Gabriel Odediran on 27th November, 1999 and the marriage is blessed with three biological children Anointed IfeKristi, Blessed AyanfeKristi and Covenant AyoKristi; and many spiritual children.



Recent stories

sleep on beloved Revd Mrs

Shared by Olubukola Adebowale on May 14, 2021
It is with heavy heart I write this condolence message. I can not believe you have to leave this sinful world  so soon. You had been a great inspiration to many of us. My encountered with you years ago still remained embedded in my memory. The memory of your kindness, and word of humility. 

I pray to God to uphold the family you left behind, and the Church of God. We will surely miss you.

CONDOLENCE MESSAGE TO THE FAMILY OF REV'D DR ABIMBOLA ODEDIRAN FROM THE FAMILY OF DEACON DR J. .

Shared by Sunday Opaleke on May 11, 2021
With sense of humour and feelings we are sharing out of your grief. Remember that we have passed through the same  experience but with God and faith in Him we have cause to keep life on.  
God has been our strength He will also  be yours. Keep the family intact. Holy Spirit of God will guide and see all of you left behind through the journey of life. Grant you the expected wisdom to tackle all issues that might come up after this painful experience. The family will remain strong in the Lord than before.
Take heart and be strong in the Lord with the hope that we, as believers, shall meet again at the feet of our Lord and saviourv Jesu Christ to part no more. PEACE! Unto you all in Jesus Christ name. 

Condolence message

Shared by Dele Ikuseru on May 10, 2021
 I am really sad and shocked on hearing this piece of news, I deeply pray that may her soul rest in  perfect peace, May God give the whole family  and the  church of God courage and strength to pass this storm, God bless and stay strong!