Let the memory of Oluwole be with us forever.
  • 47 years old
  • Born on July 19, 1971 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on July 5, 2019 in United Kingdom.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluwole Omiyale 47 years old , born on July 19, 1971 and passed away on July 5, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Big Ben Dada on July 18, 2019
Every other person calls you wole.... But we called you MOWA...then we started calling you DOWA...Dudu understands ds...Layer understands too...Dapson may still remember....because we were there together from the beginning at Paradise Hostel...innocent boys were we all...just entering the wider world of university education...we met one another...we became friends...and later brothers...we were at Ilesa..Ibadan..Igbajo and Iwo at different times...we shared fried garri...ila alasepo...concussion..and everything together in innocence ...in love..lifetime bond was born...now you leave us..how do we cope...Holy spirit..we depend on you...now ..to our God d invincible...the immortal One.....Fun awon eeyan re to ti lo simi Awon to fi igbagbo jewo Oruko Re; K’a yin oruko Re Olugbala wa Aleluya, Aleluya! Oluwole omo Omiyale...gbe ori re le aya Olugbala re O di owuro o
Posted by Big Ben Dada on July 18, 2019
Oluwole omo Omiyale...orun re dabi igba ti omode ba nsun Iwo ki yoo ji si ekun....ose..laalaa tabi idaamu mon...isimi to daju shaka ni isimi re... As your body returns to mother Earth ds day... My own brother from another mother O di owuro o
Posted by ChapelofTransfiguration M... on July 18, 2019
The news of your demise was unbelievable. In fact, my husband refuses to believe it. He kept saying my friend is alive. That cannot happen to Wole he is too meek and selfless. He loves God so much he cannot die now. Those were my husband's words until few minutes ago. You were a good friend not only to my husband but to me too. For believers death is a transition, you have gone to greater glory. Heaven gained, what a better place to be. The Lord will watch over your children your heart desire for them will definitely come to pass. They will go farther than you have ever imagined. Mummy Tobi, we love you and I pray God will keep you strong. Olajumoke Ogunsanya
Posted by Femi Ogunsanya on July 18, 2019
You were a selfless friend Wole. When I called you some weeks back, I never knew it was a farewell call. You were not sick but God took you away peacefully and suddenly. My dear friend, you have gone ahead of us. It took me days to believe you are really gone. I told people you were too good and too meek to die young but my comfort is in this word: Isaiah 57:1 Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. I love you so much Wole , Rest on my dear friend. You have finished your own race and I blessed God, you have finished well.
Posted by Abolade Omiyale on July 18, 2019
Tributes to My Brother The news of your demise was a devastating blow You never said you were leaving, no goodbye How are the mighty fallen, and the weapons of war perished! Only the Almighty knows You were a very kind and thoughtful brother With a warm and loving heart You were love personified! Ready to burn for others to live You were my counselor Your mien and assuring voice Instilled confidence and the courage to go on You were my cheer leader Spurring me on to greater heights You were my pastor You fed my spirit with the precious word of life The geographic distance between us notwithstanding You were my prayer leader You taught me the art of spiritual warfare You were our prophet, you revealed the plans of God per time You were indeed a rare breed! I will sorely miss you, but I know that covenant brothers can never be parted Your precious memories will never die While there’s a heart in me you will always be a part of me You have gone ahead of us to meet your God whom you served faithfully until your last breath We shall surely meet again at the feet of the Master where we will continue in unending communion Adieu my brother, my counselor and my friend. Rest in peace Abolade David Omiyale
Posted by Abolade Omiyale on July 18, 2019
To My Brother, Wole Omiyale Today, the sun finally set! A fine soldier goes home You have fought the good fight of faith and won every battle You have defeated every foe including death! Your gallant victories will be remembered till eternity I see you in the sky rejoicing to meet your Maker With the myriads of angels giving you a heroic welcome You have joined the cloud of witnesses in the celestial realm To cheer millions of us still on the battle field By the grace of God, we shall also conquer like you did To be united again in the resurrection morning Where there shall be no more darkness or weeping but endless joy Till that day, you shall forever be in my heart Good night my brother and my friend. Abolade David Omiyale
Posted by Stella Amanerimi on July 18, 2019
Our dear brother Wole,as you have now joined the company of Saints, may your soul Rest In Peace. Amen.
Posted by Adenike Oluwanifemi on July 18, 2019
Till We Meet To Part No More Oluwole mi!, words failed me, don’t even know what to write or say You were a true friend and a very compassionate one! When I heard the news of your demise, it came to me as a real shock and for the fact that we spoke few weeks before, when you shared a lot about your commitment to the body of Christ and as usual your words of encouragement. Your sudden death came with so many questions, lessons and memories Oluwole you are one of a kind. A million parts don’t come close to account for the beauty you brought to this life, the air around you felt so fresh and comforting, just as any moment ever spent with you. You touched so many lives with your kindness and generosity. You were a true legend, beautiful inside and out. I admired how you never judged or forced your opinions on anyone but offered valuable and truthful advice that I will surely miss. You positively influenced so many lives (Including me) in so many ways, thank you for your friendship, I will miss you forever. I know your beautiful spirit will live on through your wife and children. We go to the grave of a friend saying, "A man is dead," but angels throng about him saying, "A man is born." Henry Ward Beecher Romans 8:38-39 For I am convinced that neither death nor life, neither angels nor demons,[k] neither the present nor the future, nor any powers, 39 neither height nor depth, nor anything else in all creation, will be able to separate us from the love of God that is in Christ Jesus our Lord. Grieving with hope that when Christ returns we will see again. Oluwole I know for sure you are in a better place, Adie! My dear friend May our Lord bless and comfort Sumbo (wife), children, aged parent, siblings and other loved ones during this time of grief Many things have learnt from the departure of a saint: Life is a vapor. Spending time and energy on things that don’t matter is foolish. Only what’s done for Christ will last. All else is hay, wood, stubble. Today may be the last day we have to do good. Nothing is guaranteed. Eternity is forever. Be prepared now for where you’ll spend your forever. God is not going to force himself on you. If you choose to live without God in life, he’ll honor your wishes in death as well. Whatever you are doing today, make sure you are doing life God’s way and according to His will. (Matthew 7: 21: Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord’ will enter the kingdom of heaven but the only ones who does the will of my father who is in heaven) Live life for his glory and for the love of those you are called to serve. Do not withhold love from those around you. Don’t waste time. Time is shorter than we think. “Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants.” Psalm 116:15 “I am the Resurrection and the Life. He who believes in me will live, even though he dies” John 11:25 Nike.A
Posted by Kadie Fofanah on July 17, 2019
Bro Wole it was a big shock when I had about your death, as Pastor Nat states “ you are just sleeping “ you were truly a remarkable person. You didn’t know me but when I reach out to you for prayer you responded and continue to strengthen my faith that all would be well and it was. Thank you. May the Lord continue to watch over your family. Heaven has surely gain a beautiful soul. RIP
Posted by Ronke Emmanuel on July 16, 2019
The news of your passing to glory was more than a shock but God is Sovereign. You gentle nature, your spiritual maturity and caring character kept playing on in my head. I am consoled because you are in a better. May your children and wife experience the fatherhood of God and may they be strengthened in Christ. Rest on Bro Wole in the blossom of your Lord. We love you but Jesus loves you more. Sun re!
Posted by Bola Akinbileje on July 16, 2019
Wole, Wole I am still waiting for the call even though I know that it's not coming, I hoped for a miracle but I know a glimpse of heaven is enough to tempt anyone to the bosom of our lord. God will comfort your family, friends and well wishers. Rest on my brother and I will remember your voice saying Bola ma worry, o ma wa ok
Posted by Ola Stephen on July 16, 2019
To a true leader in the kingdom of God. You are a simple man with humility. Always stop to say hello with a huge smile. Heaven has gain a soul. Faithful in nature who’s heart was directed by God’s own hand. I am in no doubt that your work in his vineyard and your drive for the lost have projected you to his right hand. I pray that God will uphold the family you left behind. We will miss you Bro Wole. Rest in his blossom.
Posted by Ola Oluwa on July 16, 2019
Bro Wole I am still in disbelief, wishing and praying that I will hear of your rising. This was a shock to say the very least. I still remember our conversation on joining the prayer team years ago, always encouraged by you with your smile and empowering words. You have a unique way of looking straight into one’s eyes and deliver your message with impact. You will be solely missed sir. However, my consolation is that you lived your life in complete love and fear of the Lord. You have sown such a wonderful seed of kingdom commitment in all of us and shown by example what dedication really is all about. We pray for your family, that the Lord will continually empower, pacify and guide them in all their ways. The seed you have sown in them will grow into an oak tree grounded and rooted in the word and kingdom. Stay blessed in the bosom of Jehovah.
Posted by Abiola Adelowo on July 16, 2019
Fellow Conquer! My champion brother in Christ Jesus. You slid so quick into the arms of our Lord Jesus Christ in glory. Farewell to you. Rest well in the bosom of Abraham. We will continue to fight the good fight of faith and finish the course until we meet up in Heaven again. Hallelujah. Praise the Living God.
Posted by Olufunso Dare on July 16, 2019
Tribute to Brother Wole, For the little time I got to know you , your lifestyle, your calmness, your gentleness and the Word of God in you that you shared depicted Christlikeness. Your testimony as shared by someone that did not even know you but met you briefly and later heard you have passed to glory...Was "I am very sure that brother was a Christian" That was how much your life showed and beamed light and Christ unto others. Rest on Brother at the bossom of Our Lord Jesus Christ, where we will meet to part no more.
Posted by Ayodele Olayiwola on July 15, 2019
Dear Wole, In such a short time knowing you had a great and positive impact to me and everyone around you. It still looks like a dream that you are truly gone. The better part of that day was spent learning so much from you. Giving tips on how to raise children, how to manage finances. You promised to get me my kind of malt drink I liked. I could talk with you all day. I will always hold those last few moments with you dear to heart. You were such a lovely, nice, calm and godly person. I looked forward to working more closely with you and learning more from you but God said your time to be with Him was now. You had finished your race. Thank you for being an example of a good man/person. I pray God comfort, upholds and strengthen your wife, children and family. You will surely be missed. May your kind and beautiful soul rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Esame Diyan on July 15, 2019
Dear Brother Wole, you were such a giant of a man, a spiritual model, power house and inspiration. So sad that I had no time to know you, share, enjoy or love the goodness you represented. Nonetheless, I bless God that I had a few seconds to talk with you, be in your presence and be prayed for by you. Your death confirms the importance of 'nobody knows tomorrow' ' I wont miss you so much if I had taken more time to know you better. Well, au revoir mon amis. Am sure you are enjoying the beautiful presence of your Lord and saviour. You are in a better place of course but you are missed terribly because you gone too sooner.
Posted by Henry Agiddi on July 15, 2019
Bro Wole, it was a shock to know you have departed to be with our LORD so soon. You laid down your life for others; you fought the good fight of faith and conquered even in death. Our joy is that you are in a much better place and we hope to join you some day by the grace of God when our time is up. We will carry on the good fight of faith while He's breath is still in us until we ascend unto glory like you. We love you in death and resurrection. We will support your family as we are engraced to do so. Sleep well my brother and rest in the bosom of our Heavenly Father forever. Remain blessed evermore. Adieu brother!
Posted by Justin Nwokolo on July 15, 2019
Brother Wale, you are an example and a general in the Lord's army, a true watchman, a prayer warrior indeed, a true servant of God. It is so difficult to understand and hard to take in. It is so unreal but true you are now with the Lord Jesus Christ and forever. Always with a smile that say it is ok and it will be fine; welcoming and approachable. You love the people of God, it showed consistently in your willingness to help and nothing is too much to give: your time, your prayers, counsel, money, caring, teaching, encouragement and so on. You were always spiritually alert, bold in faith and full of the word of God. You made God's work, your business, your home, your community. I will surely miss you and indeed we will miss you. God knows the best, 'rest in the bosom of the Lord Jesus Christ' forever, until we meet again there in heaven, with the Lord Jesus Christ. Farewell my brother, brother Wole; always in my heart, always in our heart.
Posted by Josephine Elson on July 15, 2019
Brother Wole Pastor, Prophet, Teacher, Priest, a man after God’s own heart. Always there to smile, help, encourage and bless. You made a huge impact in my life and will strive to live by the example you set and the high bar of kingdom stewardship you displayed. Grateful and blessed to have been led and taught by you.  You will forever be missed. Rest well in the Lord’s bosom. Till we meet again. Josephine
Posted by Sophia Olali on July 15, 2019
Dear Wole, it is still so unreal to me that you are gone. I really prayed and trusted that God was going to birth another miracle through you but now I know God had better plan for you. I knew you briefly but you really left an impact. You were very knowledgeable and our last conversation was how you were going to get your daughter to talk to and encourage my younger teenage daughter about being a teenager. You were my mind map guru in the office and I unfortunately didn't get to learn it all because I thought you would always be there. Thank you Wole for teaching me to live my life in a way that matters to God and people. I pray that God will console and comfort your lovely family through this pain and may your beautiful soul rest in peace.
Posted by Kayode Idowu on July 15, 2019
TRIBUTE TO MY BELOVED BROTHER WOLE OMIYALE WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE (from Macbeth, spoken by Macbeth) “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day, To the last syllable of recorded time; And all our yesterdays have lighted fools The way to dusty death. Out, out, brief candle! Life's but a walking shadow, a poor player, That struts and frets his hour upon the stage, And then is heard no more. It is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing”. Proverbs 18: 24 “A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly: and there is a friend that sticketh closer than a brother” …. that’s what you were to me beloved brother! Brother Wole Omiyale, a great general of the Lord, an amiable brother, unimaginable and addicted lover of God and follower of Prophetic instructions. He served and feared God. A generous giver with a large heart for God’s people. Brother Wole restructured the prayer squad during his tenure to ensure that all members of the squad were adequately cared and catered for, spiritually, materially and other areas. He reconstituted the 24-hours praying/caring team for the welfare of all members. He initiated the 24-hour prayer chain to intercede for the church and all members. He was always open and available to all members of the prayer squad and could be contacted even in the middle of the night. He was endowed with the Spirit of the word of wisdom and discerning of spirits enabling him to be a brilliant counselor and amazing intercessor. Several times, he will call and disclose perceived dangers involving individual members, families etc. and will immediately rose up to the challenges and interceded accordingly even to the point of engaging in fasting. There were numerous testimonies regarding critical immigration issues, healing etc. by members of this great family of God. Bro Wole was a great and amiable teacher, great ambassador for the Winning Foundation School (WFS), he contributed immensely to the teachings and services within the WFS with lots of ideas and advice. He will sorely be missed by all the WFS family. Beloved brother, we met and agreed to have a family get together on my arrival from my trip to Florida before my departure; I never imagined that will be our last discussion before your transition to glory. No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. But as Helen Steiner Rice said, “After the clouds, the sunshine; after the winter, the spring; after the shower, the rainbow; for life is a changeable thing. After the night, the morning, bidding all darkness cease, after life's cares and sorrows, the comfort and sweetness of peace” Like Cassius and Brutus departing to the war front (Julius Caesar Act 5 Scene 1), if we do meet again Whilst we shall smile but if not the parting is well made. But our parting is not like the parting of Cassius and Brutus because the Word of God assures us in 1 Thessalonians 4: 13-18 “….16 For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first: Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord……” Nothing can ever take away the love a heart holds, dear fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keep them near. Bro Wole was a wonderful person who will be so sorely missed. His warm spirit and generosity was a joy to all who knew him. There are lots of memories and sure questions yet to be answered but at this juncture I will take solace in the word of Charles Tindley in this great song “When the Morning Come” Trials dark on ev'ry hand, and we cannot understand All the way that God will lead us to that blessed promised land; But He'll guide us with His eye, and we'll follow till we die, We will understand it better by and by. By and by, when the morning comes, All the saints of God are gathering home. We will tell the story how we've overcome We will understand it better by and by. There is No Night Without a Dawning No winter without a spring And beyond the dark horizon Our hearts will once more sing …. For those who leave us for a while Have only gone away Out of a restless, care worn world Into a brighter day --Helen Steiner Rice Adieu, Tchau tchau, Au revoir, Good bye beloved brother, continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. Kayode Idowu
Posted by Lawrence Ajayi on July 14, 2019
It seems I'm still dreaming and I will be waking up soon to hear you are still with us. When you spoke to me 4 days earlier about our meeting regarding Knowledge transfer little did I realized, that will be the last time I will be talking to you. The memory of the righteous is sweet indeed. What a man of Integrity, honesty, virtuous and very courageous you are. Oh, I am going to miss you my Brother but, one thing I know is that, you are in a far better place resting in the bosom of the good Lord Jesus Christ. You see my Brother, the good Lord who never fail in His promises, will never forget your labour of love and shall surely watch over your wife, children, parent and your loving siblings. Until we meet again, keep resting in the bosom of your Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
Posted by Bamidele BOLARINWA on July 14, 2019
My Pastor, Wole Omiyale, until today, I found it dificult to come to term that you have passed away. It looks to me as a bad dream. However, I thank God that within the short time you spent, you touched many lives. You are were an embodiment of service to the Kingdom of God. Rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ amen. Dele & Bunmi BOLARINWA
Posted by Olalekan Ojo on July 13, 2019
News of your passing still gives me cold shivers. You were one of a kind........honest, dedicated and a positive influence. I pray that your family will grow, yet stronger in every way and your wife in particular, will find the grace to carry on. Thanks for being my friend and brother.
Posted by Oladayo Awodele on July 14, 2019
Oluwole, your sudden departure is still a shock to me as I write this tribute. Writing this piece is one of the most difficult tasks I would carry out in My entire life. Where do I begin? Is it from the holidays we spent together from Oke-itunu to Odo-ona? Or from Orogun, Ibadan Where we grew up and played all pranks together? Or was it our time together at the Polytechnic Staff School and later at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso? From all indications you and I were not just cousins, we shared a lot of things in common including our oriki; Adisa. Oluwole, you understood your roles and responsibilities in the family, I could remember during the preparation for my wedding and we were not too clear on who would be my best man, you said, “Brother Dayo, I am the most suitable person to be your best man". Immediately you spoke Everyone could not agree less. Oluwole was not just My aburo but also my friend. His untimely demise is very painful but we take solace in the fact he knew God. Adieu Oluwole, ma je ookun , ma je ekolo, afe o sugbon Jesu fe o ju, suunre o. Oladayo Awodele
Posted by Olubusayo Aboderin on July 13, 2019
*A TRIBUTE ON BRO OLUWOLE OMIYALE A PIONEERING MEMBER OF SCM LAUTECH* The news initially filtered like a rumor, so many confusions as several SCM Senior Friends keep making various contacts in anticipation of having a contrary one. *Alas it became true, Brother Oluwole Omiyale who graduated in the 1st set of LAUTECH Computer Science and Engineering Department and an SCMer has finally gone to be with our Lord*! It is now a reality we have to contend with at this period of grief and heavy heart of ours, Student Christian Movement (SCM) LAUTECH has again lost a Senior Friend in person of Bro Oluwole Omiyale a rare gem, a gentleman to the core, an ever smiling brother even in the face of myriads of challenges while on campus, a Computer guru of our time, the easy-does-it expert. I met Bro Wole in the SCM LAUTECH fellowship when i came in as a Jambite in 1991 he was already a year ahead of us. A quick act i can't forget in a jiffy about Bro Wole is the fact that he represented SCM positively at his Paradise Hostel where he lived in his LAUTECH days, he acted more or less like the Cell Pastor for the area between 1991 and 1994 despite having just few brethren living around him. Though i haven't heard from him in the last 20 years or so but i can attest to the fact that *he served the Lord with the whole of his mind, time and resources all through his LAUTECH days in SCM. He was a brilliant and an inspirational leader through whom most of us eventually stayed in SCM LAUTECH*. There is no doubt, we shall miss his kindness, benevolence and soft spoken accents. We pray God Almighty to grant him eternal rest and console the wife and children he left behind, and also the SCM family. Bro Wole, we love you but Christ loves you more. *Till the glorious morning when we shall meet to part no more.* Adieu. - Samson Olakunle Ojoawo, 1993/94 SCM LAUTECH Publicity Secretary
Posted by Olubusayo Aboderin on July 13, 2019
Brother Wole, I am still in shock with your sudden death. I could remember, last January, when you encouraged me to keep pushing. You mentioned that 'with perseverance there will be a light at the end of the tunnel'. Rest on Oluwole Adisa Omiyale. Mourning you at this time makes my heart bleed. Temitope Anifowose nee Awodele
Posted by Titi Wenban on July 13, 2019
My dearest brother Wole; You will forever be missed. How can I ever forget my charming brother Abel Oluwole Omiyale He had a smile that could melt a stone. A look that re-assures that all is possible with God. A voice that could calm the troubled mind. A touch that puts temperatures at bay. A counsel that is of the angels with a mind full of wisdom. He worked and walked in our midst as one that was sent. He prayed for us, prayed with us, and never left any stone unturned. Rest in peace at the bosom of our Lord till we meet again. We love you but God loves you more.
Posted by Omiyale Abolade on July 13, 2019
Just like a candle in the wind you were blown away,left us without saying goodbye . Bro wole no one,no brother like you,a rare breed from the Almighty God . I will for ever miss you. Your demise gave heaven a precious gift. Why are the righteous taken away? Sun re o adisa mi,ore mi,egbon mi atata,titi a o pade lese Jesu. Oni ninu re okunrin taku taku. Odigba oooo.
Posted by Olufunke Adebayo on July 13, 2019
Bro Wole Can’t still believe you are gone, I kept looking at your picture to speak to me that it’s not true. Your death has thought me that life is vanity upon vanity, Saw you few weeks again never knew I won’t see you again. Continue to rest in the Lord till we meet again, we love you but God loves you more
Posted by Moses Dada on July 13, 2019
My question has always been " why do good people die early?" . Oh death, where is your sting, oh grave, where is your victory ? You're one of the calmest students, if not the calmest in our class CSE class of 1990. I can't forget times over times you'll always advise me not to get too distracted from what brought me to LAUTECH because I was involved in so many things then. Thanks for your brotherly love & so unfortunate that we never see again after we left school in 1997 before your demise. Continue to rest in the bosom of our God friend.
Posted by Benjamin Akano on July 13, 2019
Bro Wole, Hearing about your departure is a shock. To have related with you is to have experienced humility, gentleness and calmness that quickly showed up in your life. Though we were only close towards the end of our programme at LAUTECH, I still remember those good discussions we had: they are of eternal relevance. Rest on beloved, until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Tunde Emmanuel on July 13, 2019
It is with heavy heart we received the news of your passing. Wole you are a perfect gentleman, a reliable, dependable and loving friend. You have been a blessing to the church, your family and loved ones. You will be forever missed but your pleasant and sweet memories will be cherished forever, till we meet at Jesus’ feet.
Posted by Adefoluke Oke on July 13, 2019
Wole Omiyale, it's still a great shock. Such a gentle, unassuming and cool guy. Always smiling. Do rest in the bosom of your creator. Good night.
Posted by Eyitayo Fadipe on July 13, 2019
Forever You are in our heart Uncle mi, you were loving, kind and generous. A man of prayer. It is with a heavy heart that l write knowing that you are no more with us but we have the full assurance that you are with the Lord. The good works you left behind will not go bad. May the joy of the Lord fill our hearts all
Posted by Monsurah Abimbola Alagbe on July 13, 2019
ADIEU ABEL WOLE OMIYALE! Ó DÌGBÀ OOOO, WỌLE ỌMỌ OMIYALE! Hmmmmm...KÁBIÍÒSÍ, ỌBA ALÁPADÚPẸ́.. Ikú tó npa ójúgbà ẹni, òwe nlá ló npa fún ni, àwáyé àìkú òsí, ọ̀run dẹ̀dẹ̀ má kánjú, gbogbo wa là nbọ̀. Ikú mú ẹni ire lọ, oníwà tútù bí àdàbà, WOLE OMIYALE ......, má jọ̀kùnrùn, má jekòló, ohun tí wọ́n bá fi nse ọlá, tí wọ́n fi nse ẹ̀yẹ lọ́dọ̀ Elédùwà ni kí o bá wọn se. Àdúrà wa ni wípé kí Ẹlẹ́ẹ̀dá ọ̀run dúró ti aya, ọmọ, mọ̀lẹ́bí àti àwọn ọ̀rẹ́ tí ó fi sílẹ̀, kí Adániwáyé túbọ̀ fi ààbò RẸ̀ tí ó dájú bò wọ́n, kí Adẹ́ẹ̀dá bá wa tẹ́ Wole sí afẹ́fẹ́ rere, àààmín. Ọ̀run re fún Wole ooo Ladokites, a kú ará fẹ́ra kù, ọjọ́ á jìnnà síra ooo, àààmín! #Abímbọ́láYorùbádùnlétè
Posted by Olubusayo Aboderin on July 13, 2019
My dear brother, I couldn't have desired for a better immediate elder brother. You are one of a kind of God's creation. So much to say about you, but God knows the best, that is why you left so soon. I love you dearly and missing you so much.
Posted by Folake O on July 13, 2019
My memory of Bro Wole - he was overly dedicated and zealous to the work of the Kingdom ie prayer, evangelism & attending to the needy. Every time he gave a sermon he shared with unusual depth and understanding. You will forever be missed Bro Wole. Your passion / love for God & his people were evident in all that you stood for. Continue to rest in the bosom of your Heavenly Father. Sleep well Bro Wole!

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