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Service of Songs Program

Shared by Olamidotun Votu-Obada on April 16, 2021
Service of Songs Program attached

Tribute Book in Mummy’s honour

Shared by Olamidotun Votu-Obada on April 16, 2021
See Tribute Book and Funeral Programme attached 
Shared by T Oyesile on April 6, 2021
Mummy Mummy so sad you are gone
you were outstanding in your love for God I remember attending church with you and noting that no one out sang out praise or out prayed you in the entire congregation. Your life was filled with zeal for God. I once asked you to pray for me thinking it would be a ten to fifteen minutes issue, I managed to peel myself away after over 3 hours There is no doubt you are resting in his bosom rest well. Baba and Tolu Oye


Shared by Olatunji Moore on April 3, 2021
  1. I write this with a heavy heart.
I first met Sola in 1981 thru her husband Otunba Jide Awosedo. Throughout my interaction with her,she struck me as a lady of great virtue whose words were her bond. Her yes was yes and no was no. You could set your wristwatch by her time keeping. As a mother she excelled in all ramifications and it is no wonder that all her children turned out well. She was transparent in all her actions and offered all necessary support to my friend Jide Awosedo in his steady climb on the stairs of success. Unfortunately the very virtue whuch adhered her to people of goodwill  were not appreciated by all. As she goes home to her maker  I pray she will find peace with her maker and at the end time rise in glory thru the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ. May the Lord comfort all her children and siblings and to my dear egbon Tunde,oju yin ko ni ri iru eleyi mo o.

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