ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, PAG Susan Omotosho. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Muti Mekwunye on March 24, 2021
To Aunt Sue


This is my desire:

That you are at peace.

That you are in a better place.

That where you are is more beautiful than where I am.


This is my gratitude:

My dad was blessed to have you love him for so well and so long.

I am blessed for the gift of Sadiq and Amina.


This is my discovery:

You played a vital role in who I am today.

Certain traits, I could only have gotten from you - my love for batchelors chicken soup, my dislike for people showing up unannounced.


This is my reality:

The world is incomplete with you not in it.

I took it for granted that I would always have you.


From Muti, with love

Posted by Busola Satuyi on March 19, 2021
What can I say about this wonderful Mother, A very dedicated Rotarian A leader of repute. PAG Susan Omotosho. I know you as a wonderful and hardworking Rotarian, that ready to do all alone.
Oh Death took you out of this sinful word to meet your creator. I pray that God will forgive all your sins and give you comfort. Sleep on, we love you but God loves you most. You will seriously be missed within the Rotary family but we can not question God.
Good night mama
Posted by Kayode Sulyman on March 15, 2021

Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi roji'un (From Allah we emanated and to Him, we shall return).

All glory and adoration belong to the Almighty Allah. It is never easy hearing the death of a loved one, but death is inevitable as Almighty said in the Holy Quran that ‘’every soul shall taste death”.

O’ Allah, forgive our mother (Mrs. Sidikat Susan Omotosho) and elevate her station among those who are guided. Send her along the path of those who came before, and forgive her, O Lord of the worlds. Enlarge for her the grave and shed light upon her in it.

May Almighty Allah grant PDG Kamoru Omotosho, family members and the Rotary family the fortitude to bear the loss.

May Allah (SWT) forgive her shortcomings and grant her Al-Janat fridous.
Amin!

Rest on PAG Susan!
Posted by Dike Obih on March 15, 2021
The demise of PAG SUSAN OMOTOSHO is a big shock to the Rotary Family of District 9110 and especially to us, the Rotary Club of Ikoyi. PAG SUSAN was a very passionate, dynamic and outstanding Rotarian at the club, district and regional levels. She was truly an asset to the district and the Rotary Club of Ikoyi. She was an inspiration, a mentor and a mother figure to us. She was a warm and hospitable person. We felt we were in our own homes whenever she hosted us for board meetings, Council of Past Presidents meetings and all kinds of ceremonies. Her transition is so painful. We sorely miss her. May her soul rest peacefully in the good Lord's bosom.
Posted by MUYIDEEN GBADEGESIN on March 14, 2021
From Allah we emanated and to him we shall return.

Its incredible that PAG SUSAN SIDIKAT OMOTOSHO has departed this world. All glory still belong to the Almighty.

A true Rotarian, disciplinarian, a woman of few words and meaningful contribution and an humanitarian to the core.

May Allah Forgive her shortcomings and grant her Al-Janat. Amen!

It's Indeed painful, but who are we to question the will of Allah who created Death and Life, that he may try which of us is best in deed: and He is exalted in Might, Oft-forgiving.

May Allah grant PDG Kamoru Omotosho, family members and the Rotary family the fortitude to bear this painful and irreparable lost.

Adieu PAG Susan!


Posted by Funmi Madet on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan Omotosho,it was shocking to hear about your Demise,may your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace and may the Almighty Allah give our PDG and the family the fortitude to bear this great loss
Posted by Omooba Loye Akinbami on March 13, 2021
PAG susan Omotosho,
You will forever remain in our hearts. We love you dearly but God love you more than we do. We prayed that the Almighty will grant you eternal rest in heaven till we meet and part no more. Rest on Sue
-Olori Olusola & Omooba Loye Akinbami
Posted by Celestina Kalu on March 13, 2021
It is like a bad dream which I am yet to comprehend that I won’t see PAG Sussan Omotosho in our rotary club meeting sitting beside her hubby! Life is indeed not fair! Why now ? I pray for our PDG for Allah to give him the fortitude to bare this irreparable loss! Rest In Peace our beautiful heart PAG Sussan!
Posted by Sadiq Adebisi on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan shall be missed in real time, a gentle and loving woman, good to work with. May Allah thahallah accept your soul to Paradise, and continue to protect all you leave behind. it's really a painful exit. we love you but Allah love you most.
Posted by Bolatito Olaboye on March 13, 2021
May Allah grant PAG Susan Omotosho Jannatul- Firdaus and forgive her short comings.
Posted by Olaleye Tunde on March 13, 2021
The passing of our PAG came as a rude shock to us in RC VGC. May God console the family she left behind. Amen

Posted by Akin Seka on March 13, 2021
May the great & gentle soul of our dear departed Past Assistant Governor Susan Omotosho & darling wife of our respected Past District Governor Kamoru Omotosho continue to rest in the bosom of her Creator. Goodnight till we meet to part no more.
Rotn. Akintunde Omooseparo Ogunmekan, RC VGC.
Posted by iheoma obineche on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan you will be missed. You were a fountain of Rotary knowledge, always willing, capable and a dependable resource.
Thank you for your service to humanity.
May the good Lord Comfort your family and loved ones and give them the fortitude to bear your loss.
Posted by Antonia Taiwo on March 13, 2021
I celebrate your UNIQUENESS..
Calm.
Focused.
Selfless.
Forthright.
Rest on Past Assistant Governor Susan.. It is well.
Posted by Tafa Zibiri-Aliu on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan Omotosho.Words at this moment will surely fail me in the sense that I will be unable to find the type of adjective to qualify whom you were,how you impacted on peoples lives
Your entire life was about service to humanity .
Coupled with the fact that you exemplified your self as a lover of process in all that you did for each and everyone of us at Rotary Club of Ikoyi.
No wonder you were referred to as Mama Rotary.
Your support for your husband and our Club cannot be quantified.
You live a good life.
Yes we must mourn you bc you did not inform us that you were leaving so soon.
But we all know that our Almighty Allah will grant you peace in his Kingdom.
We shall surely miss you.
Wow where will we hold our usual Past President meetings.
Who will fete us with those sumptuous meals again which you freely gave just to encourage us to be serious Rotarians.
Your doors were always wide open.
Who will attend to me and my family at Kamorras Hospital .
Your dedication to duty has no comparison.
Sun ree ooo.
May Allah grant you Aljanah Fridau.
Tafa Zibiri-Aliu.

Posted by Adeniji Raji on March 13, 2021
Tribute to Mrs Sidikat Omotosho

“Every should shall taste death” says the Quran. Death is therefore a necessary end but when it comes to those we love like Sidikat Omotosho it feels our heart with pain and sorrow not only because we will miss her good company physically but also her very immeasurable contribution to human society .
Sidikat was a Nurse who committed her life to caring for others. He was a Rotarian who imbibed the ideal of service above self in all her ways. A wife and mother of inestimable support to her loving husband Kamoru and her adorable children.
Now our hope is that she rest in peace knowing that she did all that she could. Even though Sidikat has gone before our eyes she will forever remain in our heart and in our love.
Our condolences go to her husband ,Dr Kamoru Omotosho, the President of Lekki Muslim Ummah, the children and all the members of the Ummah.
May Allah overlook her sins , grant her Alajanah Firdaus , and comfort the family she left behind

Adeniji Raji mni
For and on behalf of Lekki Muslim Ummah
Posted by Saudat Adenike Abdul-Azee... on March 13, 2021
You ran a good race and impacted on lives you never met. You were always calm and ready to serve. It's so sad you had to leave this early. Ina lilahi wa ina ilaehi rojiun. May almighty Allah grant you entry into al-jannah firdaous.
Posted by Mamta Debroy on March 13, 2021
Rest in perfect peace PAG Susan Omotosho
Kindly accept my heartfelt condolences whilst I pray to the almighty for him to give courage enough to the family to bear this insurmountable loss.
May her soul Rest in eternal peace
Posted by Christopher Ehiogie on March 13, 2021
God have mercy and grant our dear PAG Susan Omotosho eternal rest in your bosom. My heart aches to hear the sad news but no one questions the act of God. She was a great Rotarian. The entire Rotary Club of Ikoyi will miss her resourcefulness in the club’s strategic planning and annual budgeting meetings. She was very resourceful in need assessment. She was very systematic in the process of determining and addressing needs. Every year, Rotarians converge in her office to plan ahead. Madam Susan Omotosho, the amiable wife, partner and companion of our PDG Omotosho, we will miss you dearly.
Posted by Ayobami Babalola on March 13, 2021
Just maybe I can find the right words....
Rotn Susan was just a bunch of inspiration to me. She's a woman of few words but ready to talk life into anything given to her.
A super dedicated wife, mother, Rotarian and mentor to many... Till it's excellently done...she's not stopping.
She choose me while still a Rotaractor to work in her PETS team and till date...it remained the best I've seen.
Thank you for the kind welcome into Rotary Ikoyi together with PDG Omotosho.
I can only pray for Allah's comfort for the family you left especially your dear husband.

Take your rest in God till we meet again

Rotn. Ayobami Babalola
RCIkoyi
Posted by Bernice Eriemeghe on March 13, 2021
My dear PAG Omotosho, the news of your passing was so shocking! . You were such a bubbly and friendly person. The last time I fellowshipped with you was at RC Ikoyi but now you have gone forever to eternally rest in the bossom of the Lord ! May the Lord rest your gentle soul.Adieu!!!
Posted by Favour Madu on March 13, 2021
Death has brought it stings again by taking away our beloved PAG Susan Omotosho to the other side where we can no longer share Rotary Fellowship with her.

This news brought sadness to my heart but holding those good memories of her heart of service to humanity in Rotary International District 9110 and beyond makes me happy.

I pray that God will comfort PDG Kamoru Omotosho and the family this season.
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

Rotarian Favour Madu
President-Elect
Rotary club of Omole-Golden
RID 9110
Posted by Chinedu Ebo on March 13, 2021
Waoh!!! Life. A passing phase indeed. A journey that definitely that has an end. PAG Susan will surely be missed. A lady of little words but full of action and commitment to serving humanity. She was our Assistant Governor supervising Rotary club of Victoria Island East in District 9110 many years ago. A committed Rotarian leader, dedicated to spreading the ideal of Rotary. We at RCVIE were shocked to learn of her passing but we are proud to have associated with her. Our prayers are with PDG Omotosho. May our God grant you the fortitude to bear this loss. Your dear wife lived a good and inspiring life. You and yours are in our daily prayers. 
Signed: PAG Chinedu Ebo of Rotary Club of Victoria Island East, Lagos. Nigeria (D9110)
Posted by ABIOYE OLADIPUPO JIMOH on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan Omotosho lived a very good life worthy of emulation by all and sundry.
May her soul rest in perfect peace and may God give Our PDG Kamoru Omotosho and everyone concerned the fortitude to bear her irreparable loss. Amen.

Adieu PAG Susan Omotosho.
Posted by okechukwu UCHE-UKAH on March 13, 2021
Rest In Peace PAG Susan. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, but a human life is a story told by The Almighty.

We know it’s a painful loss for your family my Peace PDG Kamoru Omotosho, but perhaps you may find some measure of comfort in knowing that she lived a life worth emulating as a Rotarian.

We mourn with your family sir. May Almighty comfort you and family.
Posted by Rtn Eniola Afolabi on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan Omotosho will be greatly missed.I worked with her in the RAGS and Fellowship committee and observed her closely during the Zonal Institute Training and recognized her great dedication to duty and selfless service.May God Almighty console PDG Kamoru Omotosho and the family she left behind at a time like this. May she rest peacefully in the bosom of her Maker.My heartfelt condolences!
Posted by Vinod Kaurani on March 12, 2021
On behalf of Rotary Club of Eko Atlantic, Please accept our condolences for the loss of a great human being PAG Rotarian Susan. We all pray for her soul to rest in peace.
Posted by Adewale Ogunbadejo on March 12, 2021
Our Dear PAG Susan Sidikat Omotosho was a very dedicated spouse to PDG Kamoru Omotosho. They were simply inseparable both at work and in the Rotary Circle. She was extremely fastidious, honest and deeply committed to any responsibility she had to discharge and was a workaholic. She does not suffer fools gladly but rewards diligence and honesty very generously. My sincere condolences to my very amiable Egbon and PDG Kamoru and wish him and the family the strength to bear this very painful separation. May her soul be surrounded by Love, Mercy, Protection and Forgiveness from On High. May she awaken to joyful activities in the beyond. PDG & Mrs Wale Ogunbadejo
Posted by John Kofi Senaya on March 12, 2021
Who would have imagined that our dear PAG Susan would leave us so soon; without a word of farewell.
We all at RC Ikoyi, District 9110 and the entire region will miss you, PAG Susan but our consolation lies in the fact that you were fulfilled as a Rotarian and will forever remain an inspiration to all of us.
The gravity of your loss is beginning to set in now that the tributes are being written and shared by so many people you touched all over the world of Rotary.
Sleep peacefully, Sue till we meet on the resurrection day.
May the Almighty give our dear PDG Kamoru and the family, the fortitude to bear this loss.
RIP.
Posted by Henry Akinyele on March 12, 2021
Rotarian Susan was such an amiable, respected and noble Rotarian. She will sorely be missed in the Rotary circle. May the Lord rest her soul and comfort our highly revered PDG Kamoru Omotosho and the family she left behind. Adieu PAG Susan
Posted by Bee Loye on March 12, 2021
May your soul rest in perfect peace. May your family be comforted. 

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Posted by Muti Mekwunye on March 24, 2021
To Aunt Sue


This is my desire:

That you are at peace.

That you are in a better place.

That where you are is more beautiful than where I am.


This is my gratitude:

My dad was blessed to have you love him for so well and so long.

I am blessed for the gift of Sadiq and Amina.


This is my discovery:

You played a vital role in who I am today.

Certain traits, I could only have gotten from you - my love for batchelors chicken soup, my dislike for people showing up unannounced.


This is my reality:

The world is incomplete with you not in it.

I took it for granted that I would always have you.


From Muti, with love

Posted by Busola Satuyi on March 19, 2021
What can I say about this wonderful Mother, A very dedicated Rotarian A leader of repute. PAG Susan Omotosho. I know you as a wonderful and hardworking Rotarian, that ready to do all alone.
Oh Death took you out of this sinful word to meet your creator. I pray that God will forgive all your sins and give you comfort. Sleep on, we love you but God loves you most. You will seriously be missed within the Rotary family but we can not question God.
Good night mama
Posted by Kayode Sulyman on March 15, 2021

Inna Lillahi wa inna ilayhi roji'un (From Allah we emanated and to Him, we shall return).

All glory and adoration belong to the Almighty Allah. It is never easy hearing the death of a loved one, but death is inevitable as Almighty said in the Holy Quran that ‘’every soul shall taste death”.

O’ Allah, forgive our mother (Mrs. Sidikat Susan Omotosho) and elevate her station among those who are guided. Send her along the path of those who came before, and forgive her, O Lord of the worlds. Enlarge for her the grave and shed light upon her in it.

May Almighty Allah grant PDG Kamoru Omotosho, family members and the Rotary family the fortitude to bear the loss.

May Allah (SWT) forgive her shortcomings and grant her Al-Janat fridous.
Amin!

Rest on PAG Susan!
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Shared by Antonia Taiwo on March 13, 2021
PAG Susan Omotosho, you are gone from our sight, but never from our hearts... Rotary District 9110 will never forget your calm and gentle mien, but a strong PASSION for Service above Self. 
May God grant you a peaceful rest.