Let the memory of Oluyemisi Ayinke be with us forever.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oluyemisi Ayinke Adeniran . We will remember her forever.

Biography of Oluwayemisi Ayinke Adeniran

A beloved daughter, sister, niece, cousin, friend, wife and mother,  Yemisi Adeniran nee Olojede left this world unexpectedly on the 10th of March 2019.

Born in Ibadan Oyo State on the 7th of January 1976 to Olusegun Akanni and Olajumoke Olabimpe (Nee Kuti) Olojede, Oluwayemisi, Ayinke, Arinola was the only daughter amongst four siblings. Even as a child, it was evident that she would be special as she was Brilliant, Intelligent, Inquisitive, Talented, Friendly, Determined, Committed and very Loving.

Yemisi grew up in Ibadan Oyo State where she attended Omolewa Nursery and Primary School and St Louis Girls Grammar School Ibadan.

She had her Tertiary education at The Polythecnic, Ibadan where she studied Marketing. She obtained her MBA from Lincoln University, California. 

Oluwayemisi got married to her soul mate Mr Olayinka Adeniran in 2003 and they are blessed with two wonderful boys Toluwalase and Toluwalope.

Mrs Adeniran was a lover of God and spent a major part of her life and time in His service, Doing God's work and propagating the gospel excited her and she sacrificed her time and resources for His work. 

Ayinke was funny, outgoing, vivacious, prodigious ,a philanthropist in her own little but very effective way. She was a representation of God's power, grace and beauty, and she was fiercely loyal to her friends and family. She was a marvel at her encyclopedic knowledge of seemingly random things and her talent for proffering solutions to conundrums was remarkable. We will always remember her infectious smile, her elegance and caring personality. 

Oluwayemisi Ayinke is survived by her wonderful Husband, Her two lovely boys, Her Parents, Her brothers, Aunts, Uncles, Nephews, Nieces, Cousins and Friends.

Oluwayemisi Ayinke, We celebrate your short but remarkable life. 
Omo Ologo, sun re o.
Posted by Oluwayemisi Ajao on September 10, 2019
Ayinke mi...guess what I called your number yesterday expecting you to pick up and call me iyafin Ajao as usual lol...I just cant miss you enough well saw you twice now but want more of you in my dream plsssssss
Posted by Esse Charles on March 28, 2019
Death o death . Ma orepo vpwm as I usually call you, Sist you were a blessing to me. Since the day PMO introduce you to me as a fellowship sister that stays closed to My environment, you really have being acting like a big sister indeed, I would remember how you hasteningly reach out to me to try fast to fill a form of benefit from abacha,s loot. How you take the pains to drive to magboro to pick me for fellowship,o ma I had always admired your humility,you are indeed a lover of Gods principal, I never bothered to find out your name bcos the name big sist of love suites you perfectly in my hearted description, indeed you are a woman called my God as a faithful stewards, you would say to me , you need to have the heart of forgiveness to push success out of Your situation, I remembered when I told you about the cooking job I got you were so excited and advised on out to maintained good relationship with my clients. O death where is thy victory, I found Solace in Christ on your demised knowing well you are resting at Jesus Christ felt. You served, rest on faithful steward,lover of Christ, encourager of the needy,tireless worker of truth.............you will forever be missed.
Posted by Olaoluwa Adekanmbi-Akinre... on March 22, 2019
I'm still finding it so difficult that you have gone to be with your Lord sister Yemisi. I was not a close friend to you during your lifetime but it was so obvious that you were a kindhearted and God fearing woman with the way you related with everyone around you.
There is no doubt, i will surely miss you and your ever radiant smile. May the Lord grant you an eternal rest and be with your family in Jesus name.
Adieu Sis.

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