ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Omolola Oye-Igbemo 50 years old , born on December 7, 1968 and passed away on March 28, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Nomso Esenwa on April 11, 2020
On 28th march 2020, I celebrated the Life of one of the most wonderful, Awesone, Sweet, Amiable, firm, loving ,caring, honest, God fearing, dedicated, Sister, Friend, Mother, Teacher of the word, Evangelist, etc that ever walked the surface of this Earth.
Omolala,Efe,Ego Oyeigbeomo.
I remember that call from Mimi, as I alighted from the plane.
I know you are having fun. Thoughts of you fill my heart each day but especially on 28 march 2020, with fond memories. I am glad our paths crossed. I miss you but I know you are great up there. This is my consolation.
Live on my darlyn sister.
Live on Daughter of Zion.
Live on Great Minister of God in word and in deed.
Your legacy speaks volumes.
Thank you for impacting my life positively.
Your captivating smiles just flashed my face now.
Ego nwannem, as we called each other live on.
See what you did at your final transition into glory, A lovely group was born called " Connected by Love @Lola"
The group is as beautiful as you are. Thanks you!
You are always with us, thank you.
Posted by Oluwaronke Oluokun on March 31, 2020
My dearest Pst Lola! Beloved! As you kept calling those of us that were lucky to work with you at the junior church! We all still miss you and I certainly think about you often! Continue to rest, beloved! May the Lord continue to comfort and keep Pst and David and his sisters!!!
Posted by Udeme UKPONG on March 30, 2020
Ha, though one year has passed yet tears till roll down my eyes for the beautiful life of Sis Lola.

May our Lord Jesus Christ bring us into the multiple seasons of great joy as He is very faithful to His people. Come, a great calm, after that great storm!

Udeme Ukpong
Posted by Obiajulu Ogoh on March 29, 2020
My darling sister for life, you are so missed but continue to rest in the lord till we meet to part no more amen
Posted by Bola Sodipo on March 29, 2020
Rest on Lola
Posted by Bimpe Oyeluyi on March 29, 2020
Sleep on, Ore mi atata. Miss you sha
Posted by Isoken Elijah on March 29, 2020
We remember today our late sister Omolola Oye-Igbemo nee Aghedo (AGGS1984 set) who went to be with d Lord a year ago. May God continue to be with her family and comfort her loved ones in Jesus name. Amen.
Posted by Tolulope Ita on March 29, 2020
Rest on Lola.
Posted by Faith Lanre-Olugbeje on March 28, 2020
Its been a year you left us here to be with the Lord but it feels just like yesterday.
I still miss you Sis.
I still miss your voice,
I still miss your love and prayers.
Continue to rest in God's Bossom.
Lottaluv
Posted by Adesola Asade on March 28, 2020
You are indeed forever in our hearts Lola. Sleep on beautiful Angel.
Posted by Oluwatoyin Da-Costa on March 28, 2020
Continue to rest in perfect peace at the bossom of our Lord Jesus...away from the troubles of this world....
Posted by Isoken Elijah on December 8, 2019
My dear sister, Rest on in peace. You were gentle as a dove with your smile so captivating. Voice so soft and soothing, blown away with the wind. Your spirit soared, high above d skies, to meet with God our creator. Leaving those here with broken hearts. Lollipop, rest on in the Lord, till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Oluwaronke Oluokun on December 7, 2019
Pst Lola, still can't believe you are gone! I miss you!!! May the Lord continue to keep and comfort Pst and the children in Jesus name! Love you!!!!
Posted by Funmito Agusto on December 7, 2019
Today a gem stone would have being a year older.

Rest in Perfect Peace Omolola❤
Posted by Christy Nkah on May 10, 2019
Lola, still can’t come to terms with the news of your passing, I will always miss you but I will take solace in the beautiful moments we shared, they were always delightful.
Rest peacefully in the bosom of our Lord - Jesus Christ.
Posted by Iwasam Agube on May 4, 2019
We learnt a lot from you when we were kids. Most of all, we will remember you for all the songs you taught us, the times we spent with you, and all the joy you left in our hearts through those times. You will continue to be in our hearts. We will not forget all the joy, until we meet again. Farewell Aunty Lola.
Posted by Aleruchi Alakija on May 2, 2019
So sad to hear of your passing. You were so passionate about evangelism and with very good inter-personal skills. May God comfort your husband and children. Rest on Sister Lola.
Posted by Nkechi Onyenso on April 25, 2019
Lola,
Still can not believe I won’t see you in Grange soon.
How was I to know that the 2018 Grange PTA Journal would be the very last we would do together?
How was I to know that the Delliote Programme our children did together would be the very last you would attend?
How was I to know that my 40th birthday was the very last you would celebrate with me?
How was I to know that you would never have that 50th birthday you talked about?
My heart weeps for your children. They were very strong at your service of songs.
You raised them well Lola. You were a great mother. I learnt so much from you Lola.
Thank you for sharing your life with me.
Good night my friend.
Sleep peacefully.
Posted by Deji AJ on April 22, 2019
My Father in heaven, Lola I was in so much denial, hoping this was a cruel joke, & that if I delayed facing this long enough, it would pass, alas here we are...…It's funny I met you long after I met & worked with David; it always felt like I had known you for ages. You were so kind & unassuming, always with a broad smile & ready to help & advise. I still can't believe you are gone but the Lord knows best. I pray HE continues to strengthen the loving family you left behind, you labour over them will not be in vain in Jesus' name.
Rest well Angel, all is well. Deji Ajibola.
Posted by Joke Mabadeje on April 21, 2019
Not one day has passed since I heard about your passing without me thinking about you.... Though my knowing you was short but I had great & deep admiration for you. You tried many times to reach out but I was too busy with things I don't even remember now..... your passing though shocking & sad opened up more areas I need to do a lot better. Sleep well Pastor Lola. I pray the good Lord continues to uphold your beautiful family...Your memories are truly sweet.
Posted by Deda Ade on April 17, 2019
Pastor Lola!! Your passing has been shocking but we thank God for the life you lived. You were/are indeed a bright light and your light will shine through your children
Rest well Pastor Lola
Posted by Adenike Fodeke on April 17, 2019
Words have failed me since I heard the news that you are no longer with us, that I will never see your infectious smile, feel the warmth that you exude again. They say we shouldn't question God, but I have pondered in my heart why you left us so soon. I am however comforted by the fact that you have fought the fight, you have finished the race, and you kept the faith. I thank God that I had the opportunity to know you. I pray and trust that the Lord will uphold your husband and your children and keep them in Him until the very end.
Posted by Audrey Abayomi on April 17, 2019
My dear lola ,
Its taken me so long to write this because i thought writing this made this all so final . Well here we are. Today is your service of songs and i can see you smiling your beautiful gap toothed smile from heaven as you look down on us all as we remember you. We will miss you. I am sad but happy at the same time because i know where you are .
Rest on dear sister beloved of the Lord .
Lots of love
Audrey
Posted by Margaret Adeyemi on April 16, 2019
Beautiful, friendly Lola.
Thoughts of you leave a warm glow in my heart.
I remember clearly when you first came to King’s Court. The first thing my husband and I noticed about you was your zeal. You were a woman on fire for the Father’s business.

We became better friends when you became an LPS parent.
From there the relationship was effortless.
You really were beautiful inside and out.
Caring ,very caring I should add.
I was so shocked and saddened to hear the news. What hit me the most was how deep a loss this would be for the children and for Pastor David.
Only the Holy Spirit can fill the gaping void you’ve left in their lives and in the body of Christ on this side of the devide.
Warm, sweet Lola you’ve finished your race and you left no doubt which race you were on.
Woman of God, I thank God for the blessing of knowing you. We will uphold David, Deborah and Danielle in prayer. God is faithful!
Till we meet at Jesus’ feet.
Margaret and Tola Adeyemi
Posted by Ronke Adeshoga on April 16, 2019
Lola my sweet sis. Beautiful inside and outside. It's so rare to find people like your kind of heart. I call you sister because over the years you have taught me that beyond friendship there is yet another vacuum which special people like you fill. I can talk to you about anything and you were always willing to give an advice. You were always happy for my breakthroughs. I am so grateful to God for the years of friendship and for the love you showed me. Can I begin to talk on and on about your magical ways with children . Truely magical. Hmmmmm! This pain is deep. Heaven has indeed gained an Angel. I love you and I will miss you. I am reassured and comforted knowing that you are in that place of internal bliss, peace and joy unspeakable . Good night my darling friend and sister. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Chineze Gbenga-Oluwatoye on April 15, 2019
Dear,dear Lola, you were such an exemplar of peace and love, grace and truth. Thank you for always looking out for Zim & I even before our girls became close. Now we're both trying to follow your example & will trust God to make it count. Rest on...
Posted by Olusegun Oyebanji on April 15, 2019
My dear Boss, So sad to hear about the passing of your beloved wife. On behalf of my family, please accept our condollences. May her soul rest in perfect peace. Amen
Warmest Regards
Olusegun Oyebanji
Posted by Udeme UKPONG on April 15, 2019
Dearly Beloved Pastor David Oye-Igbemo & lovely children,
It really pains to think of Sis Lola & begin to use past tenses to talk of a young lady full of life, smiles, full of love, a great encourager & a deep Christian worker. BUT with all our pains, I must give thanks to JESUS CHRIST who has the full picture & no one can query Him.
Sis Lola was expressive, open, "easy to connect" & flow wife of Pastor David and mother of your lovely children. How she went about encouraging us when we had our first child, John, will never be forgotten by us. Beyond the encouragement, she kept her two (2) eyes on John in the children's church of Jesus House, PH and monitored his progress.
When we met in Lagos in December 2018, I had asked you about her and the lovely children (Ore, Daniela, Jobba) & wanted to know if Ore was in the university already. You assured that, by His grace, you were looking at 2 years more or so for him to be in the university. I made a mental note to telephone and talk with your family but did not get to do that though I was praying for all families of Pastors close to my family.
No doubt, a very big vacuum has been created in your lives but accept it as a shared loss. ALL of us will miss her but her memories & legacies at the children's church of Jesus House, Port Harcourt will endure.
May the Lord Jesus Christ so comfort you to receive strength to move ahead. May affliction of this type never come our way again in Jesus name! May all the promises of God for your family still come to pass. May we all take a lesson that it is better to be in the house of mourning than the house of feasting - Eccles 7:2.
Eternity is real, let us prepare for that home that Jesus Christ has prepared for us.
Posted by Aniefiok Ukpong on April 15, 2019
A tribute to Sister Lola Oye-Igbemo
Sister Lola was a dearly beloved sister. She was a great encouragement to me as a person. She was great with children and had a wonderful interpersonal relationship. She was always a joy to be with. Simple, always cheerful and full of life. Her faith in God was an unwavering one. Her testimonies attest to God`s faithfulness in her life.
News of her demise shocked me greatly. It was indeed painful news.I know she loved the Lord and served the Lord with her whole heart. I am comforted by the fact that she has gone to be with her maker.
My prayer is that the Lord, the God that never fails, the Almighty God will uphold strengthen and comfort her husband, Pastor David and their lovely children the way only He can.
May Sister Lola`s sweet soul rest in perfect peace in the bosom of Jesus, the Lover of her soul.
Aniefiok Ukpong
Posted by Damilola Omogbenigun on April 14, 2019
Pastor Lols as I fondly called you and you’ll answer darling with your bright, sincere and heart warming smile. You were a real woman of God. You were not just about your Father’s business, you chased after your Father’s business. Anything that had nothing to do with His business you were not really interested in it. Pastor Lols gentle yet firm when it had to do with her Father’s business. You were a great mother to your children David jnr, Deborah and Danielle ( you wanted to make sure they were rooted in God’s word and they sure turned out right). Will miss you dearly but I am rest assured that your smile goes on as you bask in our Father’s glory. Keep singing and smiling daughter of Zion.
For your children this is the assurance I have in God’s words which says “ I have never seen the righteous forsaken nor his seed begging bread”
Posted by Morin Desalu on April 14, 2019
I met Danielle’s Mommy at AISL - Adeniran was in Danielle’s class. Your children simply excelled, they read voraciously like books were food. I must admit you had me feeling incompetent. Later I understood your love of books and how your children inherited it. Then you sold chickens, rather passionately too ... I was always welcome in your home. This entire departure took me by surprise and shook me, but I have learnt to say “It is well”. May the Lord send help to take care of your family, Amen. Rest In Peace Lola.
Posted by Tobee Awosika on April 13, 2019
It is sad to have you go but even more brutal to have to admit it; to have to admit that you have really left us. Thank you for your generousity, your constant support and motivation. You are truly on the kindest and sweetest souls, and what a great fortune to not only have crossed paths with you but to also know you and be considered family, to have the opportunity to know your brilliant children. David, Debra and Danielle things will be different, I am sure they already are. I'm sorry for your loss. Please have courage. May God strengthen and uphold you.
Our comfort during this time is the assurance that she is in heaven. She was a wonderful place and heaven is a place fit for her. Rest well Pastor Lola Oye-Igbemo❤.
Posted by CHARLES NWATUGHARA on April 13, 2019
This is an unsettling development. It was earlier today that I got to know.
We were in RCCG Jesus House, Port Harcourt. I attended her wedding to Bro David.
In Jesus House, Sis Lola was completely sold to the children's church. Her zeal was boundless and there was this haste and urgency in her approach. I now understand.
It's well with the family she has left behind and I know God will speedily comfort them. Amen.
Posted by Ehi Elaiho on April 12, 2019
We haven't been in touch or seen for many years. Yet it feels like I just lost someone so close. The impact you made as my teacher in children's church of Jesus House never left me. A lot of the Bible verses I know today I learnt in Sunday school. Rest in the Lord Aunty Lola. Heaven truly gained an angel.
Posted by Osasu Elaiho on April 12, 2019
Aunty Lola! Hearing of your passing took me by storm and utmost shock. I will never forget your teachings while being my teacher way back when in Children's Church at Jesus House.
You had a kind heart and even when I met you again so many years later in Lagos you still remembered me.
I never thought this day would come and I am pained! May your soul rest in peace.
Heaven just gained an Angel
Posted by Joyce Okpoko-Efemuai on April 12, 2019
Words are not enough to express my feelings at this point. I pray your soul rests firmly in the bosom of the lord.
My thoughts are with your family I pray for strength, it is a huge loss . Please family be strong.
Posted by Jeanne Ubogu on April 12, 2019
What more can I say?
It’s all been said!
I had known you for a while from our kids’ school and we exchanged greetings and chatted whenever we had the opportunity to. If I was running late for school runs you helped have an eye on my kids. Likewise, I did the same. Whenever you were running late, you could call sometimes to say “Jeanne please help have an eye on the kids. I am close by.”
David is my second daughter’s age mate and classmate and I always found him with a book. I discovered your love for books and you told me you had an online bookstore.
I worked closely with you during one of our summer reading programs where you helped us to order books through Scholastics Books and I saw through your honesty and your sincere love for God.
As I write this, I feel tears running through my eyes and still find it incredibly difficult to believe you are gone!
I hadn’t seen you in a few years but I remembered speaking with you on phone and assuring you all was well.
And truly I know you have gone to be with our maker in a place you truly deserve to be.
Adieu my dear sister and rest in perfect peace through Christ our Lord. Amen
Posted by Taiwo Durotoye on April 12, 2019
Dear Lola,
Still have no words to express my emotions and my thoughts.
But i continue to rejoice in the Fathers love and mercy knowing we shall see again someday.
Keep resting my dear friend.
You will be missed.
Posted by Nomso Esenwa on April 11, 2019
My dearest Ego, as we fondly called each other, my friend and sister for 27years. How do I say good bye?
I am speechless, my heart yarns for your voice, I desire to see you so much. I miss you terribly.
Our meeting was orchestrated by God. I met you first on screen and then physically in NYSC camp, Ndele, Port Harcourt in 1992. We were room mates. Since then, our paths has been divinely ordained by God. We served together in SPDC, pH, and Attended interview same day after NYSC, resumed work same time, same department in SPDC, PH. in 1993. We lived together as spinsters in ph, and and when we got married, we were in PH together, Before you went on cross posting with your spouse. On your return to pH, we lived not too far from each other. We moved to Lagos independently, only to discover that we live 5 minutes apart. We saw each other regularly. We also discovered our spouses knew each orher. Destiny!
It was a very close and transparent relationship. You were more than a friend to me. You were part of every major event in my life. You gave me a listening ear when I needed it. You supported me in everything I did, even going to the gym, you were concerned about my health so much, that you followed me to the hospital when I was down health wise on several occasions. If I was home, you would come.
I remember how you had to close from work early in 1997, because I was in labour, (my first child), you stayed in the hospital with me, as usual giving your support. Same thing during the delivery of my second child.
Very caring.
We Prayed, Played, Worshiped, Gisted, Ate, Laughed and Danced together each time we had the opportunity. We shared the word, bad and good times, very intimate things, dreams, aspirations, challenges. Supported and encouraged each other. It was a typical example of iron sharpeneth Iron. we told each other the truth, corrected each other in love when we err, We disagreed on very few occasions and made up so easily because we must not miss heaven. We would say "Nothing on earth was worth missing heaven for". So True!!
When you rededicated your life to Christ at the Full Gospel Business Men's Fellowship, Presidential Hotel, PH in 1993, I was there with you. You later Joined Redeemed Christian Church, Kings Palace, G. R. A, PH. Since then, you set your face like a Flint. Relying Solely on the grace of God and help of the Holy Spirit. He sustained you till your Exit. Hallelujah!!!.
Your tenacity as a disciple of Jesus Christ Challenged me.
You understood your calling towards children very early and you served them with so much passion. I remember way back in port Harcourt, when went to the market to buy food stuff, while in the mkt, we saw a child who was crying because he lost the money for the things he sold, he also had no shoes or slippers on. You got so emotional, that you used the money in your hand to buy him slippers, you wiped cartah from his nose and gave him the money he misplaced, and so that the mum wouldn't beat him. I was stunned at such display of passion and care for children. You served in and grew from scratch the children's church of some of the parishes of the Redeem Church in PH and Lagos.
Same passion drove you to make Duves for Children in LUTH, I remember the day we went to deliver them at the children's ward, we met and prayed for children battling with cancer. Lola, your type is so rare. You impacted my life so much.
Evangelism was a mandate from the Lord and you did not renage in this at all, We even went on Evangelism by 12 midnight once, just to minister to lost souls. Sometime last Yr, you went for evangelism in spite of discomfort. Also on one particular Sunday morning last year, I called you and encouraged you to be in church, you complained of not feeling very strong, but I encouraged you to be in church in spite of how you felt, you took my advise, went to church, and taught the children though with difficulty due to pains, later that afternoon I called to find out how you coped, then you narrated how at some point the pain was so much, you asked the children to gather around you and pray for you. They did. You served the Lord without reservations. I Salute your commitment.
You were so close to your children, you never wanted them out of your sight. A virtuous woman indeed. I call you 'Mother Hen'.
You were so heaven conscious. Your desire to see the feet of Jesus has now been accomplished. Now you see not just his feet but His Glory, His Majesty.
As I wept bitterly due to your exit one of the days, the Lord reminded me of the dream I had of you early last year. In the dream, I saw an angel with a scroll in his hand calling out people and the works they did for the kingdom, and rewards were being given.
Suddenly, the angel opened a very long scroll, with a very Loud voice called 'Lola Oye-Igbemo, you stood up, while he began to roll out your works for the kingdom way back as Kings Palace Parish, Redeem Church, GRA, PH to the very last work in Kings Court, Redeem Church, Victoria Island Lagos. Every single work of your's for the kingdom with dates was announced. For every work mentioned, you stepped forward and received a reward. Gloryyyy!!!!
Little did I know that God was telling me your time was almost up. We discussed this and I encouraged you not to relent or be discouraged that Heaven was taking note of your works. You did not.
This is my consolatiion.
We had an agreement prayer of 120years, you reminded me of this while you were in the hospital, and told me you were getting better, but God has the final say over our lives.
In the mean time, I here you cheering me, to run the race set before me well, as you did. I will, by the Grace of God.
Adieu Beautiful Sister and Friend. Adieu Ada Jesus, Adieu Ego Nwannem (as we fondly called each other), Sleep on dear.
I await that day when we shall meet to part no more.
Posted by Faith Lanre-Olugbeje on April 11, 2019
We 1st met at the Evangelism department and immediately started working closely. It was as if we both got same instructions from heaven on soul winning. We went to the malls, prisons, hospitals, private estates and streets. I left some years after but we were reunited in the Junior Church and got working together again. This time around, we added orphanages to the list of the places we took the gospel to.
There was always some haste in all you did that I didn't understand then, but I do now. You practised what you preached. You worked tirelessly for God and taught everyone to do same. You were industrious too. Did little businesses everytime you could. You loved your children so much and took them almost everywhere with you. They are some of the most well behaved children I have ever met!
A true home maker and lover of your husband, Pst David. May God console him, David(jnr), Debra, Danielle, your mum and siblings.
You were so generous and kind. Stood in faith with me on the issue of childlessness and rejoiced when the babies started coming. You followed up on their welfare from the womb and cared for them even after they were born. Your children are like older siblings to mine. You were a mother to them. Their first books came from you. You encouraged children to read and enjoy it. You reconfirmed that nothing was impossible with God. You displayed your faith in God boldly and unapologetically, everywhere you went. You were a disciplined woman. You loved your God and everyone around you saw that.
I still can't believe you are not here anymore. It is so hard!
There is so much to say about you, my 'Imose'(beauty) as I sometimes called you. Your beauty was from within and without.
I will miss your prayers, soothing and comforting voice and words.
I will miss you Sis.
God be with you till we meet again.
Posted by Olufunlola Jeje on April 11, 2019
My darling sister Lola, it’s like a dream that you’re actually not here. I know for sure you’re in a better place resting beautifully in God’s bosom, but it’s painful to know I won’t see/chat with you on this side anymore.
Your love for God and all HE represents was exemplary. You gave your all as if time was going (indeed it was) and never wanted to miss an opportunity showcasing God’s unconditional love for all. You were so passionate about children and people’s happiness.
I have read over and over again your last chat with me asking after “Princess” like you called her and saying “I miss you, sis”. I really can’t understand all, but I know God is sovereign and we can’t question HIM.
Your labour over your children will not be in vain and the seeds you have sown will germinate beautifully for all to see in Jesus Name.
I miss you lots.
Adieu my darling sis!
Posted by Bukky Ogunjobi on April 11, 2019
Omg! Still can't believe all of this is happening! My dearest Pastor, friend, sister and and so on many levels! Sleep on sis! We pray to all meet at Lord bossom some day where death will never part us.
Posted by Sonia Agi on April 10, 2019
The shock of your demise cannot be measured as it cuts deep. You were a sweet soul, may your immediate family take solace in the legacies you left behind and the fact that you're resting in the bosom of our Lord and Saviour. Sleep on sis, until we meet again in joy
Posted by Isoken Odukogbe on April 10, 2019
Dear Sis Lola, soft spoken, beautiful smile, passionate about the things of God, it was always a pleasure fellowshipping with you.
Posted by Miriam Imevbore on April 9, 2019
My dear friend. How I miss you!! You gave so much of yourself to all those you came in contact with. It was almost as if you knew your time with us was short and you wanted to make everyday count.
You guarded your salvation with fear and trembling. You loved the Lord and were a true disciple.
You were deliberate Lola and left an indelible impression in my heart. I will always remember our chats, laughs ( you sure loved to laugh), prayers, praise and worship, and the dreams we shared for our families. You are in a better place now Lola. We shall not mourn like those without hope. Rest in peace. All will be well. All will be well.
Posted by Dorothy Ekanem on April 9, 2019
Lola, the ever smiling beautiful daughter of Zion . The news of your demise came to me in great shock . I was still waiting that after three decades of leaving high school we will meet again physically . I remember how loving you were as a little girl back then in school . I thank God you still remain faithful to your creator. It hurts so much that after seeing all that your beautiful 50th birthday pix. I did not meet you again. Adieu sister. Good night till we meet to part no more and may God give everyone you are left behind the fortitude to bear this great loss especially your immediate family
Posted by Adetola Owolabi on April 9, 2019
My beloved PL as I called my dear Pastor Lola. My friend and guide in matters spiritual. She encouraged me, praised me, pushed me. Oh wow I still sometimes think it’s a dream that She has slept on and I won’t see her big and beautiful smile on this side anymore but I know the lover of her soul said it was time. I already miss this soldier of Christ who was not ashamed of the gospel and lived for and loved the Lord until the very end. The Love she sowed in good measure will be reaped by her dear husband Pastor David and admirable children David Jnr, Deborah and Danielle. Her Mom,Siblings, Family and friends have lost a Gem and heaven welcomed an angel. My Beloved has gone to rest. Goodnight
Posted by Bimpe Oyeluyi on April 9, 2019
Omolola Omorere Omoluwabi, my friend of 25 years. " Eternity in view". My charming sister, co-labourer in His vineyard. Your passing away still remain a mystery to me . The video clip you made for me on my birthday last October is the most cherished parting gift from you to me my ore . Your smiles, words of encouragement, prayers, gist will never be forgotten. The Lord will watch over your children and Bro Dave, keep them safe and sound all the days of thier lives. No harm will befall them.
Sleep on Omoluwabi
Posted by Victoria Olorunsola on April 9, 2019
Is it true that you are no more Lola? All the smiles, all the selflessness, the childlike persona...! Always reaching out to help someone out there to achieve the best in life... You were such a selfless human being my friend.
You didn't mind flinging your expensive shoes to play with the children because you had a childlike mindset Lola...!
My children's first bibles, you gave them. You had encouraging words for Tosin when she left for college! I miss you my friend...so much much!!
"O death where is thy victory?...where is thy sting?"
It's hard to believe that you have gone so soon Omolola, but my assurance is that you are resting with The Father, our father in heaven, at His bossom. No more pains...free from this world!
Rest in peace my friend till we meet to part no more!
Posted by Bola Oladosu on April 9, 2019
Omolola mi owon, I’m simply speechless and don’t know what to say. I’m scared to say bye and so may not wake up from this dream that can’t be true. You can’t die, you just can’t. This is just so sad and no word makes it feel better. How can you leave like that with all the passion and grace upon your life. You’re just too sweet and loving. I went into my stuff looking for all the pictures we took early days of Port-Harcourt but can’t find them. I remember all the great times we shared. So what can I say. If truly you’re gone then I know you’re with our maker, our Lord and saviour that loves you much more than us and whom you loved so much too. It is well with your family in Jesus name.
Love you lots
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Posted by Nomso Esenwa on April 11, 2020
On 28th march 2020, I celebrated the Life of one of the most wonderful, Awesone, Sweet, Amiable, firm, loving ,caring, honest, God fearing, dedicated, Sister, Friend, Mother, Teacher of the word, Evangelist, etc that ever walked the surface of this Earth.
Omolala,Efe,Ego Oyeigbeomo.
I remember that call from Mimi, as I alighted from the plane.
I know you are having fun. Thoughts of you fill my heart each day but especially on 28 march 2020, with fond memories. I am glad our paths crossed. I miss you but I know you are great up there. This is my consolation.
Live on my darlyn sister.
Live on Daughter of Zion.
Live on Great Minister of God in word and in deed.
Your legacy speaks volumes.
Thank you for impacting my life positively.
Your captivating smiles just flashed my face now.
Ego nwannem, as we called each other live on.
See what you did at your final transition into glory, A lovely group was born called " Connected by Love @Lola"
The group is as beautiful as you are. Thanks you!
You are always with us, thank you.
Posted by Oluwaronke Oluokun on March 31, 2020
My dearest Pst Lola! Beloved! As you kept calling those of us that were lucky to work with you at the junior church! We all still miss you and I certainly think about you often! Continue to rest, beloved! May the Lord continue to comfort and keep Pst and David and his sisters!!!
Posted by Udeme UKPONG on March 30, 2020
Ha, though one year has passed yet tears till roll down my eyes for the beautiful life of Sis Lola.

May our Lord Jesus Christ bring us into the multiple seasons of great joy as He is very faithful to His people. Come, a great calm, after that great storm!

Udeme Ukpong
her Life

Omolola Oye-Igbemo was a loving wife, amazing mother, wonderful sister, dotting friend, and a warrior in the house of the Lord.

We will like you to drop your condolences and share your memories (pictures or videos) about this selfless champion who has gone to rest in God’s blossom.

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Shared by Sandra Yoroh on April 12, 2019

I know a woman, she thought me love ❤️ when I felt this does not exist it’s superficial, she thought me faith in a different dimension she though me warmth affection to the children and family when I thought toughness is the game plan to raise them. Her integrity baffles me ,with her, business was always just a handshake deal for me,she always strives to deliver on every commitment she makes to you . She always saw good in every thing and everyone, always drumming it into my ears that Heaven is the real deal. Loving, caring, dedicated to all and any course you bring to her. She is indeed a mother, a friend .a pastor my prayer partner and my super motivator. I Love you pastor Loooooola , I always say thi to her You are gone to be with the Lord, but your memory lingers on, I still think it’s all a dream but !!!!!!!! It’s real!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Adieu my dearest Pastor Lola

Painful Exit

Shared by Kelechi Igbokwe on April 8, 2019

With pain in my heart, I write this  tribute to Mrs. Lola Oye-Igbemo who, in the short period of time that I knew her made a positive impact in my life...she was soft-spoken, kind hearted, motivating and a counsellor  not only to people who were close but anyone who came in contact with her.

She was a blessing to the Grange School community with her love for reading and service.

She shall forever be missed.

May her gentle soul rest in the blossom of our Lord.

Till we meet again to part no more

Shared by Obiajulu Ogoh on April 8, 2019

Auntie Lola as I call you, and someone said to me why do you call her auntie, she is only a year older than you. I laughed and said she is my auntie, friend, sister and even mum. When I am off key you play mum, real mother hen you are. even when we go to the market. In my house sister & friend, we opened up to each other no secrets, we laugh, cry, eat,  pray and praise together. It feels like I have known you all my life sis. No body to call me Obilicious again. You called me sweet and yet you are the sweetest one sis. 

I miss you so much and will always cherish our times together forever till we meet again in glory.  Papa miss you too & your son Ore. He even told some of the moms not to till me about the news, I asked him why? He said I will be really hurt. So right he is. 

You will be forever in my world. Continue to rest in the