Let the memory of Oyinoluwa be with us forever.
  • 38 years old
  • Born on February 4, 1981 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on April 5, 2019 in Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Oyinoluwa Oshikanlu 38 years old , born on February 4, 1981 and passed away on April 5, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Florence SayoFasan on 22nd April 2019
If there is one word that I can use to describe Oyin,it is Charisma. The first day I met her it felt like I have known her forever. She immediately took to me as a big Sis. Heaven definitely gained an angel. Your passing hurts but you are resting in his bosom; that's our consolation. Rest on Sis
Posted by Oluwademilade Samuel on 17th April 2019
It is well, rest on
Posted by Nnenna Ikeobi on 16th April 2019
Oyinsco, I still cannot believe you're gone! It's surreal. You were one of a kind...very sweet, very nice, very kind. Rest in peace my darling friend. I will never forget you.
Posted by Mercy Matahariri on 16th April 2019
May God give your family the strength to bear the loss. You were a gem. Always with a ready smile. I remember you came to see me when we were in ISI. I had done something to annoy one of your siblings. And even then, you were so sweet and downright hilarious as you scolded me. You were loved. Sleep well. My heart is heavy. But I have faith that you are in a better place.
Posted by Iyabode Ayokunle on 15th April 2019
The news of your demise came as a rude shock to us all. I pray the Lord comforts your family and friends. Thank you for everything. God knows best. Sleep in the bossom of our Lord, Oyin.
Posted by Akintunde Ajayi on 15th April 2019
Dear Oyin, Every time our paths crossed, you were always so kind and had an infectious smile that just made everyone around you happy. Our first connection was as a friend to your brother, Femi, whom loved dearly and were very close to. Our second and very unexpected connection was through my wife who you took as your baby sister in SA years before I met her. I’m grateful for how u were there for her. U were always there for those you loved. You lived, you loved, you laughed and until we meet again, Adieus
Posted by Oyinloye Shakirat on 13th April 2019
Sister oyinloluwa to accept you're no more is difficult and a huge lump to swallow,you were a kind,nice,loving and caring Always ready to help and assist in anyway. You love unconditionally you stood through thick and thin.love you forever beautiful sis......REST WELL OYINLOLUWA
Posted by Adufe Olayemi on 13th April 2019
My hands still shakes as I try to type this, it still remains a mystery to me, how I will be here st this time of the year writing a tribute to you, am still hoping to wake up from this nightmare, well obviously this time around I can’t wake up from it, am going to write a handful for what we shared was more than mere words can express, I still have your voice in my head calling me, Adufe omo’ abule, my baby sister come and make me laugh, give me gist about how you grew in the village. I still remember how I was going to be wrongly convicted and how you stood against it fought for me with all the resources you had, I considered you a live saver, for what was I without you. Look where I am today, you sent down the elevator while you were up and I have made this far, I am going to continue in the light that you have put up for me, I’ve learnt a lot from you dear sister, and your impact in my life has set me up already in the right direction, i could go and on about your sweetness, but I’ll have to leave it at this point, because thinking about all we shared is causing me more pain. Oyin you have graced the earth with your greatness, I believe heaven is envious of the earth that’s why they invited you. I picture you looking as lively as always sitting in the bosom of the almighty. Rest on my dear sister you would forever be in my heart.
Posted by Nathaniel Latinwo on 12th April 2019
Your smile and energy brightened everyone's day. You were a beautiful and radiant soul . All our lives were enriched by knowing you & your loss leaves a huge gap .Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord . You will be missed.
Posted by Kanyinsola Adebanjo on 12th April 2019
Oyinoluwa! What a sweet heart! Sweet soul! Our last chat was April 1st and you still made me laugh. I know you are resting baby! I know you are with God! Your kindness will fling open the doors of heaven........sleep on beloved. You impacted lives even in your short years ! You touched souls! 'Oyinscoberry' forever in my heart....Forever in our hearts!
Posted by on 12th April 2019
God knows best, he knows why you were with us for 38years and why he wants you with him now. I celebrate your beautiful smile and heart and my heart aches. The world has lost a woman full of joy and kindness. It is well!! Modupe Oshikanlu Adegoke
Posted by Abisola Ajayi on 12th April 2019
Oyin! You will be missed. Thank you for being a wonderful big sister to me while we were in South Africa. May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Toyin Adebisi on 11th April 2019
Oyinnn, My very dear friend. I am broken .I wish it were one of those rumours and we can talk and laugh about it as usual. Your heart was pure and true. Im gonna miss your crazy ass. Who go dey ginger me now? Oyin , I will always love you . Heaven please take care of her.
Posted by Treasure Samuel on 11th April 2019
I can’t believe that you’re gone Oyinscoberry . I can’t believe that I’ll never be able to visit you to wine and dine at your backyard. I’m sorry that I didn’t know about your pain. Did you ever wonder if your life mattered? Then let me tell you that it did. You are a world changer, a blessing to all. those few moments together ,you touched my heart with your kindness, your laughter, and your positive energy. as I write these final words. Goodbye Exclusive fabulous Oyinscoberry.I hope that wherever you are, you will have peace in your heart and in your soul. JACKSON
Posted by Treasure Samuel on 11th April 2019
Every day I wake up I hope I'm dreamin' I can't believe this Can't believe you ain't here Sometimes it's just hard to wake up to believe you are gone It's just hard to just keep goin' I saw your son today He look just like you You was the greatest You'll always be the greatest We miss you Big Can't wait till that day, when I see your face again I can't wait till that day, when I see your face again Oyinscoberry
Posted by Rirhandzu Mhlari on 11th April 2019
Oyin, my Honey, my Angel, words still fail me.. I loved you then and I still love you now and forever. Rest well my beautiful friend.
Posted by Anuoluwapo Adefuwa on 10th April 2019
Since the loss of you, I've learned to live for each day And take it as a blessing, Knowing it may not always be this way. I've learned that when everything goes wrong To never give up on what is right Because it can only make you strong. I've learned that even when you're in a lot of pain You've got to hold yourself together So you won't feel like you're going insane. It feels like i can pick up the phone and talk to you Because all I have is memories of you the day before,you never told me you were leaving the next day With my eyes matted shut from the tears that i slept on, I've learned a life can be taken in the blink of an eye And only Heaven really knows when we will have to say goodbye. you will forever be remembered. May your soul be accepted in heaven,(Amen) Rest on.
Posted by Adefolaju Adegboyega Cond... on 10th April 2019
Delectable, charming and respectful you always were. Rest in Perfect Peace dear.
Posted by Efa Iwara on 10th April 2019
To think that we were catching up just a few weeks ago. You will always be remembered as an amazing soul. Kind and warm. Beautiful on the inside and the outside. Go and be with your fellow angels. May God give your family the strength to deal with this.
Posted by Seme Akinrinmade on 9th April 2019
Obascoberry, our darling oyin, we love you and we still haven't come to term with you being gone. You ll be forever missed. We light a candle for you today and we say goodnite to our darling friend and sis.
Posted by Yetunde Adesoye on 9th April 2019
Such a beautiful soul. Very down to heart and can fold her sleeves if there is a need to get the job done. You were an encourager, a tough person. It so disheartening that it had to be said after you have left us. How I wish it could all just be a lie but God knows best. May he grant you eternal rest and give every one you have left behind the fortitude to bear the loss. Amen
Posted by Ebby Akinde on 9th April 2019
I’m Speechless! Still can’t get over it. Oyinnnnnn my childhood friend I’ll miss you. Continue to rest in the blossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. May God almighty comfort the entire family of Oshikanlu
Posted by Kehinde Adeyemo on 9th April 2019
Beautiful and adorable angel . You impacted the lives of people positively. Your kind heart is admired. You will be remembered angel heart. Loads of love always and continue to rest in peace Oyin❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Akinsola Babalola Friday on 9th April 2019
Some truth in life are hard to accept. Your departure is one of those hard truths. All we need now is someone to tell us that it is April fool cos Your memories will never be forgotten! They will always remain with us forever. You will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with us will always speak of a great person that you were. Rest in peace up in the heaven! Aunty OYIN
Posted by Safia Usman on 9th April 2019
I almost stop breathing when I was called and was told this pathetic news , I said tell me it’s April fool cause she sent me a message by 1:40 , how can an angel with a heart made of gold just die like that , how can a peaceful soul , full of love and kindness go like that , I pray for your soul everyday and I believe God will accept your soul into heaven , you are one of a kind , I might not have benefited from your kindness , but I am glad to have had an encounter with u my sweetheart , May u find love and peace on your road to enternity ! Adieus sweetheart till we meet to part no more , in a place where only true love exist ! Goodbye my friend
Posted by Fumstar Owasanoye on 8th April 2019
ISI Oyin thank you for sharing your beautiful life with us. You touched the lives of so many. I have been wondering, if possible, God can just give us a second time with you. My worship has been filed with tears, If we can just turn back the hands of time. Now we know you were an angel on a short visit. May the lord comfort and uphold your family in Jesus name. Sun re o
Posted by Oluwadayo Adeyemo on 9th April 2019
Oyinoluwa! Lively soul, cheerful spirit, beautiful smile. You will be greatly missed my darling sister.
Posted by Miz Dee on 9th April 2019
Aunty oyin, I was motivated the day I met you .....all I noticed was you like to put smiles on people face. And everyone wanted to be around you, that shows how lovable you are. Rest in the lord. May God almighty console your family.
Posted by Montana Balogun on 8th April 2019
A good soul, all round happy person. Kind to a fault. I will miss you. You will live forever in my heart. Rest on angel. You are loved, however, God loves you more.
Posted by Ikeade Ogunwale on 8th April 2019
Oyinoluwa,Oyingidi ,this is such a bitter pill to swallow ,my heart is so heavy but in all things we give thanks . You left a foot print in the sand OyinOluwa and you will surely be missed by all the lives you have touched .I will miss that twinkle in your eyes when you smile ,i will miss the giggle ,i will miss the hot gist .Odi arina ko,odi oju ala .Rest on dear friend ,see you in the morning .it is well
Posted by Olufunmilayo Young on 8th April 2019
Oyin, I still find it hard to take this in. I haven’t seen you in a while and I was still saying to myself that when next I see you, I will tease you about forgetting your big sis. I remember us growing up in Ibadan, I am lost for words my dear Oyin. Which do I mention? Is it the days of us all on the balcony across from each other’s house? The time you broke your leg? Your warm, infectious smile? Hmmmm. May God console mom and dad, Tomi, Femi, your handsome little prince and us all. Rest well my dearest aburo. Love you loads.
Posted by Adetola Omisore on 8th April 2019
I still can’t believe your are gone, your memory lingers on in my heart every second I think about your death. How life is unfair, death has a way of taken the good ones away, oh dear cousin how my soul hurts deeply and the thought of not seeing you again breaks every bit of my heart. I will forever cherish the moments and time shared together growing up. Love you so much , rest in PEACE my dearest cousin. Love Tola
Posted by Tinuola Iyamah on 8th April 2019
I can never talk about my days in South Africa without you coming up- from the day my siblings and I got there, you helped us with everything and you were there for us all those years we spent there.. I remember the last time I saw you, a few years ago, we were in such a hurry on the day, how I wish we talked just a little longer. I would come across ‘you’ online once in a while and one thing that never changed was your zest for life... You were loyal, generous and unapologetically YOU!!! I wish I was as brave as you were. Thank you for that chapter in my life where you were PRESENT so HONESTLY. I wish you rest in the bosom of the Lord, Oyin. ♥️
Posted by Morenike Ayeni on 8th April 2019
I will never forget that smile, such a wonderful, pleasant,loving, caring and cheerful heart. Heaven has gained an angel, you really were an angel to many including me. I am glad i met you. Continue to rest in perfect peace
Posted by Jibsy Jibs on 8th April 2019
Rest in the bosom of the lord Oyin.
Posted by Buki Olawuyi on 8th April 2019
Words fail me...i wish this wasn’t true...your warmth and kindness radiated everywhere. Your generosity was mind blowing...I remember I used to tease you in secondary school how white your teeth were! And you reminded me the last time I saw you in January...we had such a good laugh about so many things! You always had something to give.. and I keep staring at those gifts you gave me.I missed your call on March 15 and it pains me till this day that we didn’t get to talk. This is so painful...adieu my friend....you will forever be missed and remembered. God bless and keep Oba and comfort the entire family and friends. Love you...sleep well...good night Oyinoluwa
Posted by Adeyemi Adeleke on 8th April 2019
Since the loss of you, I've learned to live for each day And take it as a blessing, Knowing it may not always be this way. moftipro..
Posted by Abisola Oladosu on 8th April 2019
Oyinscoberry, your Sun didn't set, they only needed you to light up heaven the way you did earth. Rest in God's perpetual light.
Posted by Ike Osho on 8th April 2019
Oyin! It breaks my heart knowing you are no longer here. It breaks it more, knowing we lost contact over the years, I didn’t push hard enough to reconnect, and next I hear about you is that you’re dead. Ah. So many regrets and pains. I can never forget the love, care, support and concern my family and I got from you at one of the lowest and scariest moment of our lives. You proved to be a true friend closer than a brother - a ride or die friend. It was so surreal yet amazing seeing you root for me, support me and just be there. I love you forever Oyin. I keep thinking and wondering why we can’t turn back the hands of time and rewrite April 5th as your survival day. The day you escaped and cheated death. But God know best. I have to accept that he permitted it to happen. I’m consoled with Isaiah 57:1 and convinced that you have entered into peace. We wonder, and may never know why, but I know God’s got your little boy and family. He will see them all through this trying period. Rest in peace dear friend. You touched so many lives and will not be forgotten. Forever in our hearts. Love you Oyin. Keep smiling. I will always remember that lovely, genuine, soothing and happy smile. Xo
Posted by Mogbonjubola Ogunbambo on 8th April 2019
I still remember you from ISI days. You had no airs about you and you could give the shirt on your back if you felt someone needed it. Always with a smile. Rest in peace Oyin.
Posted by Abosede Olowofoyeku on 8th April 2019
I’m still struggling with this horrible blow. You were a kind, and vibrant person, full of warmth, joy de vivre and not just that, your kindness and warmth came from a genuine heart. You will be dearly missed. Rest on, Oyin
Posted by Kehinde Adeyemo Aderemi on 8th April 2019
Though your stay was short,but u lived a meaningful life of kindness and humility. Rest on paragon of beauty.I sure miss u
Posted by Adekemi Akanni-Aluko on 7th April 2019
I am still trying to accept this. I am not sure I can at this point. I have lost a sister and a friend. You were such an amazing soul. Everywhere you went, you left people with joy in their hearts. That was the kind of person you were and what I will miss most of all I believe you were sent to make the world a happier place and you did that. We have lost a sister but heaven has gained an angel. RIP my darling... I will miss you my Honeyberry❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Tolulope Onwurah Nee Aden... on 7th April 2019
Oyin....words fail me...You sat just a table ahead of me at our reunion a few months ago in Ibadan....You were so full of life....I take solace in that you lived a full life....Rest well....
Posted by Tomiisin Alli on 7th April 2019
Oyinoluwaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
Posted by Wendy Aimiokun on 7th April 2019
Since the loss of you, I've learned to live for each day And take it as a blessing, Knowing it may not always be this way. RIP Oyin
Posted by Ashley Nwaogazie on 7th April 2019
What a Beautiful Soul to lose. You were such an amazing being, you saw me not as a staff but as a friend.. You brought this light and your smile could brighten up every1s mood... You treated Everyone around you with soo much respect and value.. You are a definition of true friendship.. I am still lost for words Oyin... Spoke to you a few days ago and we both laughed about a comedy skit... That’s what you represented here on earth... Earth lost a rare gem but heaven gained an angel... I would Never forget you... Rest on Queen... You are always Loved ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Opeyemi Ebagua on 7th April 2019
Rest well Oyinsweet, Oyinscoberry mummy Obascoberry..
Posted by Oguntade Babajide on 7th April 2019
Sleep well angel...
Posted by Adebola Adewuyi on 7th April 2019
Rest In Peace Oyinscoberry.

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