Let the memory of Pa Abraham Akintayo be with us forever
  • 75 years old
  • Born on June 12, 1941 .
  • Passed away on July 25, 2016 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Pa Abraham Akintayo Akinola 75 years old, born on June 12, 1941 and passed away on July 25, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Father unto your hand we commend our dear father. Rest in peefect peace. Didun ni iranti Olododo Daddy Akintayo Akinola, I knew as early in the 70’s as a young married man then to my aunty Bose who is one of the junior sisters to my late father S. O. Daramola. You were a very cheerful person and very accommodation and a jolly good fello.w You came, you saw and you conquered. Please continue to rest in the bosom of our good Lord till we meet again. Mr. Opeyemi Daramola Akobo Ojurin Ibadan
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
RIP Daddy never knew you will be leaving so soon. We tried our best, you always remember your advice to step down on alcohol and avoid polygamy. Your jokes still, linger on in our memories. We love you daddy, God loves you most. Forever in our hearts. Rest in pease sir. Akinpelu Akintola For the ‘Tunde – Akintola
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Daddy Akinola, it was a very rude shock, and most unexpected news hearing of your demise. Thank God for your life and our moment of sharing knowledge together as the 1st set of IBANABICO and as long time family friends right from St. Annes Church, Molete, ID. Well nevertheless whatever the sickeness or event that took you away from us, to God be the glory. May the Lord be with the ones you left behind and bye till we meet to part no more. Yours in the Lord Bolade A. Adedeji (Mrs)
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Grandpa we love to have you around, God knows why he took you at this time. We give all glory to God for we know you lived well. We will forever miss you, you taught to be serious with our studies. You are indeed a good grandpa. Goodnight & rest in peace. Oluwadunsin & Oyindamola Akinola- Grandchildren
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Daddy, we thank God for your life, your legacy and impact were quite impressive. I will miss you, may your perfect gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen Olufisayo Akinola – Daughter-in-law
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
A special dad is hard to find deep in my heart and memory is kept of the one we loved and shall never forget. Dad you fell asleep without saying goodbye but memory of you will never fade away, in God’s care you rest above in my heart you rest with love. I wished you could have stayed forever. If dreams were not dreams and dreams come true, I would not have been here, I would be with you. Distance is one thing that keeps us apart, but Dad you will always remain in my heart. A special smile, a special face someone I can’t replace. Dad, I love you so much and forever will be, you fill a place that no one can replace. Rest in the bosom of the Lord Almighty, till we meet again at Jesus feet. Adieu Baba mi ooo. Mojisola Richard Akinola Udoka – Daughter/ Son inlaw
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Dad, your exit was a terrible shock you never said l’m leaving, you forgot to say goodbye you were gone before we knew it and only God knows why we all denied and rejected it, but when it became reality and as thorns in our wounds, we were angry at ourselves because we couldn’t do nothing to prevent your death. We felt guilty because we failed wholly in some ways to avert your demise. Now, we are filled with (SAD) sorrow, anxiety and depression but as believers of words of God, with prayers and supplication we are victorious through God that strengthens us. And we were able to accept the reality and let go the turmoil but the grief never disappear totally. Engaging in our activities of daily living without your presence might be a difficult but with God all things are possible. A million times we needed you A million times we cried If love alone could have served you, You never would have died We scrolled through your heart and found many uncompleted mission left behind emotionally, physically and spiritually but the good news was that you reconciled and we’re sanctified before you left. We promised to improve on the legacy and make your name great again in life we love you dearly, in death we love you still, in our hearts we hold a place that only you can fill. Dad, remembering you is easy, we do that every day. But missing you is serious headache that never goes away. Adio padre hasta que nos encontremos a la parte mes Kofoworola Akinola MNITP – Daughter
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
6. Tribute to my inestimable father Dad, Omo oki lade ugbo, eki la jagun, omo arile pekoro uku. I’m have conquered death, you have ran a good race while tenaciously holding the baton faith. You lived a good life, favored by God, prospered and generous about it. You were always there to give good advices and corrections when I erred. You gave everything for the development of your children and I shall forever be grateful making me imbibes good values and treasure family and humanity. Still pained about you sudden exit, but looking back at your deeds when you graced the world with your loving, gentle and humorous characters indeed you have lived a worthy life. I wish I could keep you much longer, but our creator has got better plans for you. Dad, thank you for your inestimable investment of formal and informal education in me as well as your prayers and teachings. All your wonderful deeds will linger on in my memory for the rest of mortal life. Continue to rest in peace at the bosom of God. Adieu. Your Daughter – Dr (Mrs) Taiwo Akinola Shogade
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Losing my dad can be extremely difficult because losing a source of strength, stability and consistency in my life. Our dad was a wise man and has a great sense of humour, he will be missed greatly and remembered often. A good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended to heaven, we part with our dad in pain. May your soul rest in peace. Kehinde Akinola-Son
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 15th September 2016
Tayo, your death came as a rude shock to me because the last time we talked, there was no sign that you were going to die soon. It is a pity your unplanned journey lead to your untimely death. Many refer to you as a gentleman. Until your death you are a very jovial, friendly and humorous person, a very social, hardworking and a resourceful man always trying to make end meet. I cannot forget how we started but “Kokoro ko je kagbadun obi to gbo” I love you and remain loyal till end. Again I love you but God loves you most. Sleep well. Your wife – Mrs Bosede Akinola
Posted by Isaac Fabelurin on 14th September 2016
May Papa's soul rest in peace. I have memories of a loving and hardworking man. He'll be very much missed. God bless and be with the family left behind. Isaac (a friend to Kehinde Akinola)
Posted by Akinola Kehinde on 12th September 2016
This is a tribute from a very close friend of Daddy, Surveyor Folorunso Folowosele, in fact, Daddy's wedding BestMan   ABRAHAM AKINTAYO AREMU AKINOLA                                                                                                   (1941-2016) WHILE in a few moments of repose sitting on my bed, I saw a sad face. Soon I recognized my own face, staring at me in the mirror on the wall at the foot end of the bed. I have been pensive since I learnt of the death of Abraham Akintayo Aremu Akinola. This tribute is primarily for the living to learn lessons whenever our good God gives us the grace to do so. For what our friend now is awaits everyone. “There is no man that has power over the spirit to retain the spirit; neither has he power in the day of death.” Akintayo Aremu Akinola was born June 12, 1941, to the late Chief Samuel Akinola Sawe of Ijamo by the late Madam Ibilola Daramola of Iloro, both quarters in Ilesa, Osun State. He fell asleep suddenly July 25, 2016, in his house at Ilesa during a brief illness. Indeed, Akintayo Akinola was one of my intimate friends. I recall I was his best man. As much as Satan tried to separate us in life, the devil failed. “Truly in vain is salvation hoped for from the hills, and from the multitude of mountains… For He is our peace, who has made both one, and has broken down the middle wall of partition between us…” Akintayo and I had a heartwarming dialogue during my visit to him at the Wesley Guild Hospital Ilesa. We also spoke July 14, 2016, on phone when he belatedly congratulated me on my Birthday of the previous day. This was a long chat in which he told me of his hospital appointment that precipitated the delay. It was Akintayo’s reciprocal greeting to my earlier text message to him on June 12, 2016, his 75th Birthday. All those recent contacts between Akintayo and me were made possible by God through the indefatigable Patriot Dr. Obi Daramola. Surely, the Assistant Secretary of the Ijesha Patriotic Klub (IPK) has been performing a noble task. His information from time to time on each real or ‘absentee’ member of IPK has been mending or building fences within and without. God bless him for his unrelenting unique services to his friends and other people. Patriots and friends, the preacher has not ceased to sing loud and clear, “Seek ye not repose but watch and pray.” In addition, recall always what Prophet Balaam told Balak, Moab king: “Who can count the dust of Jacob… Let me die the death of the righteous and let my end be like his!” We pray for the comfort of the Holy Spirit on Akintayo’s spouses and children and his extended families as well as friends. We also pray the soul of our departed dear colleague to rest in perfect peace. Folorunso Folowosele   " He that is unjust, let him be unjust still, and he that is filthy, let him be filthy still, and he that is righteous, let him be righteous still, and he that is holy, let him be holy still .....behold, I come quickly, and my reward is with me, to give everyman according as his work shall be " Rev 22:11,12"
Posted by Tokunbo Ige on 3rd September 2016
My ever smiling, ever soft-spoken uncle 'Kintayo, you will be forever missed. Thank you for holding my hands, in your own way, during those trying years. "Sleep on, beloved, sleep and take thy rest; Lay down thy head upon thy Saviour's breast; We love thee well; but Jesus loves thee best -Good-night! Good-night! Goodnight!
Posted by Akinola Temitope on 1st September 2016
Continue to rest in perfect peace daddy.
Posted by Tolu Kola-Oni on 1st September 2016
"Bra Kintayo" as my Dad called you, I remember those days when you used to visit us and gist on ends with my Dad; I can still hear your unique voice, even now. You had a natural smiling face that never ceased to amuse me
Posted by Maryam Williams on 1st September 2016
"Daddy olomi" as commonly called, your smile I will forever remember. Rest in perfect peace of God.
Posted by Omolola Olamosu on 1st September 2016
Dear uncle, "daddy water"; rest in perfect peace. Your meekness is of a high threshold to follow.
Posted by Taiwo Akinola on 31st August 2016
Uncle Akintayo Akinola, l have known him since l was born, a gentleman ,by all respect, loving, kind, and jovial . He was very close to my parents . Uncle was always there to listen and offer advice to me personally. He was a wonderful Uncle. May God almighty grant him eternal rest. I
Posted by Ifeoluwa Akinola on 31st August 2016
So.....so sad and unexpected, a.....nd 'still in shock that my Dad answered the clarion call even when few weeks to your death you. Sounded so so agile. I will live to remember your 75TH birthday,as you never came back to Ibadan home on MONDAY has u promised me. A gentle,quiet and silent peacemaker you were! However it gladdened my hearth that you eventually met with GOD before your demise. May your soul rest in peace Abaami Omo Eki.....
Posted by Ololade Majekodunmi on 31st August 2016
RIP Dad.
Posted by Taiwo Ajayi on 31st August 2016
On 25th of July , 3:58pm , unpleasant message was received saying " Ejire mi owon , you will never get to meet my Dad again " .Shocked and devastated . Since you have chosen this date to pay your due , we pray God counts you among His saints .. You will forever be remembered . Adiós Papa .
Posted by Taiwo Iyede Iyede on 31st August 2016
Blessed is the memory of the righteous, we love ypu daddy but God loves you more. Sleep well...
Posted by Taiwo Iyede Iyede on 31st August 2016
Blessed is the memory of the righteous, we love ypu daddy but God loves you more. Sleep well...

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