Let the memory of Dcn. Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole be with us forever.
  • 70 years old
  • Born on August 26, 1949 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on September 4, 2019 in Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dcn. Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole 70 years old, born on August 26, 1949 and passed to glory on September 4, 2019. He is survived by his loving wife, two sons and a daughter-in-law.

He will be Forever in our Hearts.

Burial Details:

Evening of Tributes - Sunday 6th October, 2019 at 3pm @ 35 Social Club Rd., Abule Egba, Lagos

Service of Songs - Monday 7th October, 2019 at 4pm @ New Heritage Baptist Church - 17/19 Femi Adebule St., Fola Agoro, Shomolu, Lagos

Lying in State: 8.30am
Commendation Service - 9.30am - 11am on Tuesday 8th October, 2019 at New Heritage Baptist Church, Shomolu, Lagos

Wakekeeping Service - Thursday 10th October, 2019 at 4pm @ 1 Taiwo Adewole St., Camp Young Area, Ede, Osun State

Burial Service - Friday 11th October, 2019 at 11am @ First Baptist Church, Oke Apaso, Ede, Osun State

Reception - Command Day Secondary School Ede, Army Barrack Rd, Off Ede-Osogbo Rd, Ede, Osun State

Posted by Ekone Evelyn on October 14, 2019
We'll always remember that special smile, that caring heart, that warm embrace, you always gave us. You being there for us, through good and bad times, no matter what. We'll always remember you Daddy because they'll never be another one to replace you in our hearts, and the love we will always have for you. As we look back over time. We find ourselves wondering... Did we remember to thank you enough for all you have done for us? For all the times you were by our sides to help and support us... To celebrate our successes, to understand our problems and accept our defeats? Or for teaching us by your example. The value of hard work, good judgment, education, and integrity? And for the simple things like laughter, smiles and times we shared? If we have forgotten to show our Gratitude enough for all the things you did, We're thanking you now, and we hoping you knew all along, How much you meant to us. We love you now and always!! From Teetee, Kenny & Bolu
Posted by Sanjo Ojedoja on October 10, 2019
Who are we to question our Maker? Life itself is full of ups and downs... Alas, all souls is a wearer of death's garment. One day, we shall find ourselves at the last home! Meeting you was a blessing in disguise, many at times you would advise me on life issues... I was taken aback at the hearing of the news of your demise. When we had interaction in June, 2019, you were full of life and never shown any indication of your imminent demise! Well, thanks be to God for a life well spent in boldness, courage, sincerity and giving. May the Lord grant the family left behind the grace to bear the irreparable loss. Adieu, Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole (Eelerin miiiii).
Posted by Segun Mimiko on October 7, 2019
Adieu Prof.
God fearing,
Accomplished professional,
Great family man,
Humble, selfless, unassuming;
Quintessential OMOLUABI.
Rest in the Lord!


Olusegun Mimiko & Family
Posted by Olaoluwa Olayinka on October 6, 2019
Tribute to Dn (Prof) Adewole

It was very shocking to hear the news of the passing of Dn Adewole. I have known the Adewole family from childhood as our families both attended New Estate Baptist Church and myself and the boys went to the same primary school.

Dn Adewole was a very caring, humble and energetic gentleman with an infectious smile. Whenever I visited Deoye he would always be so warm and inviting, their house in Yaba was more like my second home. Even when we would get into the usual antics as kids, he would always be very forgiving.

He was a very passionate man of God and was fully committed and dedicated to the church. He moved to Oyo and Osun States respectively on work assignments but still remained active in church activities at New Heritage. This passion for the things of God has also been instilled in his children and other family members that stayed with him. He touched the lives of many and was an epitome of love, humility and selflessness.

While we pray that the Lord Almighty comforts his immediate, extended and NHBC family at this time, we will also celebrate his exemplary life which was a life of service to the church and mankind. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord Almighty sir.









Posted by Dokun Adeyemo on October 3, 2019
ADIEU, MY INDEFATIGABLE GBOYEGA
4th September, 2019 was a day I will never forget in life. I received the greatest shock of my life when at 4:00 am on this fateful day I got the news of Professor Taiwo Adewole's transition to glory. I had spoken to him barely twelve hours before he passed away. There were no indications he was going to die. Indeed this is fate, there is no armour against fate. A cruel fate. I cannot remember when last I cried when someone died, not even my mother or father but I wept for the fate that befell my friend of more than 50 years for over two weeks before I could console myself.
We met at the Federal School of Science, Onikan, Lagos in 1968 and since then we have been more than friends. I cannot do anything without him and he too will always carry me along in anything he does. Our relationship was not only contiguous but consanguineous. We got admitted into University of Ibadan the same year and while I was posted to Zik Hall, he got posted to Kuti Hall. We did all that was humanly possible for him transferred to Azikwe Hall, we pressed and made sure my roommate was moved to another room. As a result, we shared the same room for the duration of our different courses. After graduation and national service, we regrouped; bought the same brand and make of car with the same colour (WAF 1980), such was the association we shared until his sudden departure. About six years ago, I gave him a copy of a will I made and asked him to the my administrator, when I die. Little did I know he would go before me. Very painful.
He was generous to a fault and his magnanimity is unparalleled. The role he played in the life of one of my children is particularly remarkable. As a medical laboratory science student at Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba, he was transferred to Jos during reorganisation exercise and when my friend learnt of this, he did everything humanly possible and got him back to LAUTECH. Besides, this boy stayed with him at Ede for three years until he graduated. I am eternally grateful to him for this and many other things too numerous to recount here.
Out of those of us who were friends particularly by the Science School Group, he was outstanding. After his first degree in biochemistry, he went in for PhD and later proceeded to read Medicine. He was a fellow of the West African College of Physicians. He was a recipient of many awards including Husband of the year award in 2011.
He has departed this sinful world where his wealth of experience would have benefitted mankind, my prayer is that God will uphold the family , the wife, Keji, the children and those he left behind including me. May God grant us all the fortitude to bear the loss
MAY HIS GENTLE SOUL REST IN PEACE.
Adieu Norothing.

Yemi Adekunbi and Family
Posted by Dokun Adeyemo on October 3, 2019
TRIBUTE TO A BOSOM FRIEND


Sir Gboye I called you. Your usual response was baba rere. Oloru of oru was my response to your hello anytime I called you between 10 to 11 pm, my usual time of calling. Ronke called you captain anything, both of you being products of Baptist College, Iwo. When I called to congratulate you on July 26, 2019 when you clocked 70, it never dawned on me that it was the last phone call I would make to you. Exactly a week later, you passed on to the great beyond. Much as Ronke and I are still trying to understand your sudden departure, we cannot fathom the misery. We however, take solace in the fact that God Himself called you home. We cannot query Him.

I recall with nostalgia that you and I met in Ede, your hometown, in 1975 after our National Youth Service. Fate further brought us together as post-graduate students in the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University) when I joined the University in 1977 and we lived in the same house. I knew when you left UNIFE (OAU) for the University of Calabar to study medicine after you had successfully completed the experimental work for your Ph.D. We were in close contact even when we moved to Lagos. I was privileged to be your bestman when you got married to your sweetheart, Keji. I was outside the country in 1987 when Ronke gave birth to our last baby, Funmi. You sent the telegram that informed me of the safe delivery of the baby girl, who today is a proud mother. You were the chairman at the wedding reception of our daughter, Mobolanle, in 2014.


To say we miss you is an understatement. Our consolation however, is that you lived a fulfilled life both by virtue of your devotion to your calling and your profession, medicine. You served God and humanity. Your life was an epitome of a true believer. You were humble, in spite of your great academic achievements. You were committed to whatever you believed in. If any of your friends had any problem and intimated you of the problem, like we had cause to, you would not rest until you solved the problem. You were kind-hearted. You were generous, almost to a fault. You were a committed family man. You suddenly left the group of your very close friends. The consolation we have is that you are resting with the Lord. Sleep on, our bosom friend, till we meet to part no more.
Kola & Ronke Faloye
Posted by Oni Olubode on October 3, 2019
DADDY, You were a great Encourager, loving mentor a father to me and my family, back to my early years when I was at the University College Hospital, ibadan and during my health challenges at that same time. In particular, some 9 years ago you. When my sister in law was very sick even with 6 months pregnancy in her and she was admitted to a missionary hospital at ogbomosho. Battling with life, I sent my parents (Hon & Mrs Oni) to you in Nigeria and the speed and professional industry you put into our dear needs are still freshly alive in us. Especially with the host of specialists and consultants you mobilized along with you, and scarifice of your Annual leave to attend to the situation and thereby saving the mother and the baby inside. You allowed God to use you as an angel to us. YOUR HUMILITY TO ALL PEOPLE IS EXEMPLARY.
DADDY You are surely great even at Transition.
"Iku Oro re da, Isa oku isegunreda!"
Dcn. Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole, please rest in peace.

From Dr. & Dr. Mrs Oyewole Salako ...from Shestefield, U.k
Posted by David Oladele on October 2, 2019
The memory of the just is blessed.
I met Prof Adewole for the first time as a young Doctor in the year 2002 at the Nigerian Institute of Medical Research, Yaba, Lagos.
Prof was an astute clinician and a researcher per excellence. He is one of the few doctors that transverse effortlessly the laboratory and clinical aspects of medical practice.
He was a mentor we look up to and yet had a warm embrace of a father. Prof had a strong desire for excellence in all things and little tolerance for mediocrity and laziness.
The medical and academic community in Nigeria has lost an icon.
Our solace is in the fact that his good works will keep speaking and the assurance that we shall meet again on the resurrection morning.
Adieu Prof 
Posted by Prof (Mrs) Kehinde Olayin... on September 30, 2019
FROM THE PUBLICITY & PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE, NEW HERITAGE BAPTIST CHURCH

A GREAT SOLDIER OF GOD GOES HOME
(Tribute to a Great soldier of Christ)

Putting pen to paper to write a tribute to this great man of God was not easy. Dn (Prof) Taiwo Adewole was a complete gentleman, caring, humble, encouraging, compassionate and a great leader. He was the Chairman of the Diaconate for eight years at the New Heritage Baptist Church Somolu. He was one of the founding leaders in the church in 1996.

Prof Adewole was until his death a member of the Publicity & Publication Department at NHBC Somolu. He played a great role as one of the editors. He is known to travel all the way from his base in Osun state to attend Committee meetings and make his inputs. His was a life of dedication and service to his Lord and master – Jesus Christ.

He will be greatly missed by the Committee as he will say “my sister” or “my brother” His voice of sound reasoning and advice will be surely missed.

Our prayer is that the Lord will comfort his wife, children and the family of God which he dearly loved. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Prof (Mrs) Kehinde Olayin... on September 30, 2019
Deacon Professor Adewole that I know

I got to know Deacon Professor Taiwo Adewole at the New Estate/New Heritage Baptist Churches in the 90’s. I got to know him better at New Heritage Baptist Church Shomolu in 1996 (when the church started). Deacon Adewole was a complete gentleman, very humble, a great encourager and one that unifies the brethren. He was the diaconate chairman at NHBC and extremely helpful especially as it related to the health of the brethren.

He was passionate about the things of God and although he moved to Osun state, he was very much a part of NHBC Somolu. He belonged to the Publications and Medical Committee of the Church. He will look out to see any of the brethren needing support and ensure he did his best to lift up such a person. He was very impactful. His life was that of service to God and man.

Deacon Adewole was a family man, a great husband to our dear sister Keji and a wonderful father to Dokun and Adeoye. He will surely be missed but we are comforted that we will meet again at the feet of the father.

Posted by Rev. Dipo Olayinka on September 30, 2019
A GREAT BAPTIST DEACON HAS GONE HOME

The news of passing on to glory of Deacon (Professor) Taiwo Adewole that morning was strange. I did not see it coming. How can he leave in this sudden manner, what happened, where and when? These were many questions passing through my mind. The reality came when the wife confirmed on the telephone and explained what happened. Secret things will always belong to God.

This man of God served his saviour and was a leader with a servant heart – a well accomplished Professor of Chemical Pathology and a Baptist Deacon with a heart of Gold. A beloved brother and a cherished and dependable Christian friend, helpful and resourceful.

In Phil.1:21, Apostle Paul stated “For me to live is Christ and to die is gain” – Deacon Professor Adewole lived for his Lord Jesus Christ and has now received his gain for a fruitful and impactful life of service to the Lord,

He was always a positive influence on everyone on the governing board of Bowen University Teaching Hospital (BUTH) and BUTH Allied and Services Limited both in Ogbomosho. He conducted the last BHAS Board meeting in June 2019 (as acting chairman) so remarkably, sharing from Hebrews 12:18-24 emphasising verse 22 “that we had come to a place of meeting with the living God who is always present with an innumerable company of Angels......”. We did not know that would be his last appearance at the company’s Board Meeting.

As our diaconate chairman at New Heritage Baptist Church, Shomolu (2001-2008), he led the team of four Deacons with love, dedication and sustainable maturity. I will always cherish his support for me as the Acting Pastor of the Church from 2003 to 2008. A great man of God, a faithful and committed deacon and a skilful and dedicated member of the New Heritage Baptist Church Family. We will all miss him greatly.

Now that you are home with the Lord Jesus Christ, take your rest in the bosom of the Lord until we meet again on the resurrection morning. My dear brother, Deacon and friend Deacon (Professor) Taiwo Adewole rest in perfect peace until we meet again.

Posted by Dokun Adeyemo on September 30, 2019
TRIBUTE: SIR GBOYE
I never knew you came to Abuja to bid me farewell when on that faithful morning you called me to tell me you had reported for assignment in Abuja.
Painful as it was and is that we never saw face to face till you went to answer the call to be with your creator; but I have no choice than to accept the supreme decision of our Lord God Almighty who has the final say over everything and in every situation. I have no choice than to keep thanking the King of Glory for your life.
Sun re o Egbon mi to da Broda Gboyega.
Rest in perfect peace in the bosom of your creator till we meet to part no more Sir Gboye.
O dabo, o di igba o se Sir Gboye.

‘Denji Adeyemo
Posted by Benedict Falana on September 29, 2019
Prof., you are not dead. Your good deeds remain in my heart. I appreciate the role God used you to play in my life. You are beautiful Prof. I and my Wife miss you.
Till we see in person again in Eternity.
Rest on my great Mentor.

Thank you for everything.

Yours truly,

Benedict Falana
Posted by Adekunle Adeniyi on September 28, 2019
It was with a great sense of loss when I heard of Prof. Adewole had passed away. I had an opportunity to meet him few hours at sokoti in ondo while I was visiting Baba Chief Robert in 2017. He was more than just a wonderful person; he was always so calm,gentle,meek, kind and considerate. His humility is worth emulating. May God bless his soul to rest in peace. my thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult time.

My deepest sympathy.
Kunle Adeniyi
Posted by John Anionye on September 27, 2019
Prof, our shining star in Medical Biochemistry! I did not know you were leaving the world so soon, I would have made more efforts to tap from your wisdom. Your dedication and sense of responsibility was exceptional. As the Secretary of the Medical Biochemistry Postdoctoral fellowship committee, working with you as my Chairman was a delight and a learning process. Your gentility and humility has endeared you to my heart forever.
Rest in peace my dear Prof, I will personally miss you and your mentoring.

Dr John Anionye
Secretary MeDSABAMS/ASMeDA
University of Benin.
Posted by Aiyegbusi Kehinde on September 27, 2019
OSAN JA, ORUN D'OPA!
KOKORO O JE KI NGBADUN OBI T'OGBO!
BABA WA TAIWO, EJIRE ARA ISOKUN,
WINNI WINNI LOJU OROGUN,
EJI WORO LOJU IYA RE,
OKAN NI MBA BI, MEJI L'O WOLE TO MI WA,
OMO EDE MOPO ARO!
GENTLE AND LOVING
A O PADE L'ESE OLUGBALA.
"MA SUN LO, OLUFE
SA MA SINMI,
GB'ORI RE LE AIYA OLUGBALA,
A FE O, SUGBON JESU FE O JU,
SUN RE! SUN RE!! SUN RE !!!"
Posted by Ezekiel Oyebanji on September 26, 2019
Prof Taiiwo Adewole. It is hard to come to term with your sudden
exit. Your zeal in handling virtually all things with doggedness especially including spiritual matters is unparalleled. Sleep on in the bossom  of the Lord Jesus Christ. Adieu

Pastor & Pastor Mrs Ezekiel Oyebanji
Posted by Kayode Adedapo on September 26, 2019
Prof was a perfect gentleman, ever ready to lend a helping hand. He was so dedicated to the profession to the extent that even in his challenged state he still came to give his revision lecture of the West Africa College of Physicians in Ibadan in August even when he could not remember the password to his computer. His was always a matured analysis at our bi-annual College examinations and ever so humble in his submissions.
Sleep on Prof and have your deserved rest at the bosom of our Lord. May the Lord console everyone you have left behind.
Posted by Bolaji Fifo on September 26, 2019
I cannot believe I'm writing this. Words are not enough to express the shock and disbelief. You visited us here in Dublin a year ago with Mummy.

You were very kind, loving, patient, and an all round positive person to be around. You taught me some life lessons i will forever treasure and keep in my heart and for that, i thank you for the bottom of my heart.

It was an honour to have known you. Your legacy will forever live on.

Rest in peace Daddy.
Posted by Bode Akinduro on September 26, 2019
Daddy on hearing the news of your departure, I was put in great shock. All these years, you've been asking to meet my mum. She came to Lagos to meet you but God took you to be with Him. Thank you for treating me like your daughter. You were caring to a fault, you accepted me and my family as your own. I will never forget you in my lifetime. Till we meet to part no more Daddy. May your soul rest in perfect peace. FROM your daughter, GLADYS.
Posted by Dokun Adeyemo on September 26, 2019
Sir Gboye, the news of your passing away came to me a rude shock, having made contact with you about 2 weeks earlier to wish you a Happy 70th birthday. I was able to do that but you left us shortly after.

We have been together for more than 50 years to the extent that our families were kind of merged.

We thank God Almighty that he granted you a fulfilled life. When I remember the time at the Federal Science at Onikan, Lagos, the time at the University of Ibadan, the time at the University of Ife , I just get flooded with memories of your resilience, humility, bridge building and generosity.

You must have lived a fulfilled life which is all we pray for. Will that people say about you we can not but thank God Almighty. We love you but God loves you best. May God grant you eternal rest in heaven. Amen.

Adieu! My great friend. We shall miss you but God Almighty knows best.
Posted by Adeyanju Folasade on September 26, 2019
Sir, this is the tribute from Baptist Health Fellowship. Adieu Dn. Prof. Taiwo Adewole. We cannot forget easily the promise you made at Ogbomoso in April, this year during the Nigerian Baptist Convention in session that you will be with us at Akwa Home mission field for the Fellowship annual rural medical outreach come October this year. Little did we know that we will not be able to see your smiling face again. Your desire to serve the Lord is not in doubt. You have fought the good fight and have won. The crown the Lord Almighty prepared for you is waiting for you. Rest in the bosom of the Lord. We love you but God love you best. Dn Dr Feludu Isaac on behalf of Baptist Health Fellowship of the Nigerian Baptist Convention.

Members of the Medical Board
Posted by Loveln Pearl on September 25, 2019
Adieu Professor Adewole,
My husband and I were shocked when we heard of your exit!
Just like yesterday, 5years ago, you were the chairman of our wedding occasion..I remembered how you encouraged us. You were such a great speaker,mentor and father. To say we will miss you is an understatement.Continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord till we meet again.
Mr and Mrs Akinyosoye
Posted by Chief Medical Director on September 25, 2019
Tributes in Honour of Prof Taiwo Adewole by staff of Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso
It was with rudest shock I received the news of the passing away of our former Acting Chief Medical Director, the Chairman of the Medical Board of the Nigerian Baptist Convention, a member of the Governing Board of Bowen University Teaching Hospital, (BUTH) Ogbomoso and BUTH Health and Allied Services Ltd (BHAS). I have heard so many good things said about Prof. Taiwo Adewole even before I met him.
In my interactions with him during many meetings in the various Boards in which we both served, he showed a lot of passion, dedication and commitment to the course he believed would improve the lot of people, especially the underserved. He was forthright. We thank God for the time He lent him to us. We pray that the God of comfort will comfort his immediate family, colleagues and the Nigerian Baptist Family. It is well.
                                  Dr. O. G. Olupona
                                  Acting Chief Medical Director
                                  BUTH, Ogbomoso

The passing away of Prof. Taiwo Adewole came so sudden. He was a man with a strong passion, energy and idea for the Hospital, the University and the Nigerian Baptist Convention as a whole. He will be sorely missed.

May the Lord grant him a peaceful repose and also comfort the family at this sore moment and grant them the fortitude to bear the loss. Bye for a while Sir and thank you for the time spent with us.
                           Dr. A.O. Durodola, Director of Clinical
                           Services/Chairman, Medical Advisory Committee
BUTH, Ogbomoso

Adieu Professor Adegboyega Adewole . Not how long but how well. You have done your bit and have left your mark on the shores of BUI, COHS as our Provost and of BUTH as our Chief Medical Director. You served the Board of BHAS meritoriously. We shall miss your contribution in all the areas where you served. Your legacy lives though you have gone to be with the Lord.

Rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord.

                                  Dr. Adenike Adeniran
                                  General Purpose Chairman, BUTH Health
                                  & Allied Services (BHAS) Board
The passing away of Prof Adewole met the Hospital Community in shock and disbelief. We have lost a dedicated man of God who had passion for the progress of BUTH and the Hospital’s future. He was very vocal for progress and full of ideas. Prof. Adewole will be greatly missed. His contributions on the BHAS Board and the Governing Board will be remembered and greatly cherished. May his soul rest in perfect peace. You left your footprints on the sands of time.
                                   Dr. (Mrs.) Y.C. AyoBello
                                   Director of Administration
                                   BUTH, Ogbomoso

Life itself is surrounded with so many activities, the good, the bad and the ugly. The good part of life will be enjoyed to the fullest when one knows who the Maker is!  The bad side of it will be enjoyed when one is on the other side, the ugly part of it is not palatable at all. In fact, we are borne into this terrestrial plane of the universe to play one role or the other. The role you played on this earth counted a lot. You contributed your quota to the development of human and intellectual capacity. Both in Bowen University and Bowen University Teaching Hospital, Ogbomoso.
Well, I must sincerely let you know or let the world know that you have gone, but your footprints that you have left on the sand of time really count. One will never want anyone who is so close and dear to one to die so sudden, but who are we? When God says the stage curtain should be drawn, then, it has to be drawn. Your stage curtain has now been drawn. Anyway, mortals meet to part, mortals part to meet, life is an angle at a point. We miss you so dearly.
Adieu Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole.
                                       Dn. Dr. Ojedoja Sanjo
                                       BUTH, Ogbomoso



The death of Prof. Taiwo Adewole was a shock to the entire body of the Hospital and various lives he has touched including mine. It is certain that he will be missed by the Board of BHAS and the Hospital for his contributions and effectiveness. However, the heritage you have left behind will continue to be in our memories. Adieu Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole. Till we meet to part no more
                                        Oyegbami A.O.
                                        BUTH, Ogbomoso


Prof. Adewole, a rare genre, honestly your demise is such a great loss to everyone that knew your life time.
                                        Akanbi W.O.
                                        BUTH, Ogbomoso


Rest in Peace Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole
                                  Dr. A. O. Ogunlaja
                                  Deputy Director of Clinical Services
                                  BUTH, Ogbomoso

Rest in Peace Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole

O.O. Adewole,                                                BUTH, Ogbomoso

You demise was sudden. I kept remembering your active, outspoken and gentle manner and approach. It is such a great loss. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. You really lived an impactful life.
                                       Adekemi, BUTH, Ogbomoso

We appreciate God mercy on you for keeping you, to do good to humanity, and raise many hopes of people with health problems. We shall have continue to be enjoying it, but the Almighty God knows better.   Please rest in a perfect peace of the creature. Amen.
                                 Chief Sakar, Structural Enginner

You are an epitome of success and you lived an exemplary life, my prayer is that the Lord grant you eternal rest and grant the family at large the strength to bear the irreplaceable loss.
                                 Oguntimehin Family
                                 BUTH
                      
Shocking news of your passage Sad that you have taken an early exit to go the way of all men. The consolation though is that you lived for your Creator and thus death is not the end but the beginning of an endless eternal life
                                  Dr. D.A. Gbadero
                                  BUTH

On behalf of security BUTH, Ogbomoso Baba Rest in Peace

                                  Mr.  P. O. Alade
                                  Ag. C.S.O. (BUTH)
                                        
You will continually be a source of encouragement and joy in the hearts of everyone you have trained, it was a shocking news to hear but the hope that we have is that you are among the cloud of witnesses.

If there is anything to learn from your life, it is your passion towards teaching and helping your students be great Doctors. Till we meet again. Prof. T. A. Adewole

                                 siakpona Chehendu. U.

You have served your Lord in several capacities. We remember your services to the College and your love for the students. May the Lord Comfort your family.
                                           Prof. Ayo Soladoye,
                                           Provost College of Health
                                           Sciences Bowen University

Rest in peace. God shall comfort your family. 
                                           Prof. I.O. Oshungade
                                           Dean, Faculty of Science


My dear Deacon, Prof., Provost.
You have fought the good fight in Christ, Your reward is with your Creator. Rest in the Lord.                                       Dr. S. E. Akinola, BUTH


Rest in Peace Baba
                                           Alawonde R.B., BUTH

May your soul rest well

                                          Akinkunmi Victor, BUTH

I did not know you but I heard of the strides you took while here, a vessel used by the Lord

                                         Nia Olupona, BUTH

Prof. you were such a visionary leader who counted every opinion important and worked to please the Lord. Your sudden departure is a surprise but we are sure you’ve gone to rest. So rest in the boson of the Lord.
                                         Jumoke Olagunju, BUTH

A great teacher and a man of God. You will be greatly missed. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord.
                                        Dr. Isaac Amole, BUTH

A great man of valour, You’ve been a blessing to your generations and the generation yet unborn. May your soul continue to Rest in Perfect Peace.
                                        Olaoluwajubelo Tella Ojo
                                        BUTH

Prof. you havelived and discharged all responsibilities unto your Creator. All glory to God alone.

                                        S.A. Oladunjoye, BUTH


Really pained to have lost him at this time just when he was having more time for the Nigerian Baptist Convention. He will be remembered for his contribution as the CMD/Provost during the trying times of the College and Teaching Hospital after the loss of Prof. Adebo. We cannot thank him enough for this. 

May the LORD GOD ALMIGHTY grant the family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. And also console NBC health ministry at this time in JESUS NAME.

                                         Prof. S.U. Eyesan, BUTH

Gone so suddenly. I remember your rejoicing with me at the birth of my daughter and finding out time to visit me. I didn’t know your last phone call to me will be our last discussion.

May your labour in God ‘s vineyard continue to be remembered.
                                          Pharm O.J. Adesanya BUTH
Posted by Olusegun Akintola on September 25, 2019
Prof wa owon,
To say you would be missed is indeed an understatement because of your constant yet infectious smiles, encouraging words of comfort and regular expression of Christian kindness. 'Baba Adewole' as you're fondly called is to us more than a 'medical' prof but a 'musical' prof. Please join the heavenly choir to sing your part - tenor and may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

Amen
From: Bolatito & Olusegun Akintola
Posted by Salem Okanlawon on September 25, 2019
TRIBUTE TO DN PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEGBOYEGA ADEWOLE A LOVER OF MUSIC


Your love for church music is divine, and the words encouragement we get from you always want us to do more.

You were a man of humility, full of love and kindness, peaceful and committed to His tasks.

Knowing you was a privilege, because your conduct shows that no matter the height we might attain in this world, walking with God closely and having His fear in mind should be the ultimate. You were truly a friend and a lover of God.

Though your sudden demise left a painful sore in our hearts,still we believe that you are in a better place, a place where there is no more pain or sorrow, no death or plague, no struggles or shame, a place of eternal rest. Rest on in the blossom of our Lord Jesus. We will forever love you. Rev. & Mrs Salem Okanlawon (Music Minister - New Heritage Baptist Church)
Posted by Grace Titi Laoye-Tomori on September 25, 2019
CELEBRATION OF LIFE

The sudden exit of Prof Adewole confirmed the inevitability of the terminal end of all mortals. 

Nonetheless, the life and times of individuals may be adjudged worthy or otherwise based on the quality and character content of the memorable moments shared with others. After all, a philosopher once opined that " a life is like a garden ; perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory", and so it is with Prof Adewole. You were a unique personality, who lived well, worked well, and achieved all that the Lord packaged for you. 

We will miss you in our family as you became one of us over 50 years ago when my intimate cousin, Mr Sogo Ogidan, introduced you to the family as his friend and confidant. 

I have known you as a highly disciplined, focused, loyal, honest, humble and God fearing individual.

Your sudden exit few days after your 70th birthday is painful, but who are we to ask the Lord the reason  for calling you to join him in eternal glory? We can only pray for the Lord to grant your loving family the fortitude to bear your sudden transition. 

May the Lord uphold, support and be with Keji, your wonderful children and grandchildren. Amen 

Grace Titi Laoye-Tomori 

State of Osun 
Posted by Kehinde Fifo on September 25, 2019
It's difficult to believe that you have departed from us to rest with the Lord, to us it is to soon, to sudden and very painful.
We will miss you dearly and greatly. Your brotherly live, care,advice and mentorship but we cannot question our God. Our solice is that you are resting with Him.
Rest on Prof., till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Femi Mimiko on September 25, 2019

Adieu, Prof!

Prof. Taiwo A. Adewole was such a peaceable and amiable man that one would have loved to have around much longer; but God knows best. While praying that the good Lord grants the family - nuclear, extended, and professional - that Prof. left behind the fortitude to bear this truly irreparable loss, we enjoin everyone to take solace in the realization that he lived a fruitful, distinguished, and honourable life - of service to God and humanity. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord, sir.
- Bosede & Femi Mimiko, mni.
Posted by OLUSOLA OLADAPO on September 24, 2019
Daddy Prof. :
A man of God, a doer and lover of His undiluted Word.
A man with love for Godly songs, classical music and Baptist Hymns.
A man which is rightly described as 'one after God's Heart'.

A man who lived by Grace amongst other humans as excellent and outstanding in many ramifications.
An Academic icon and a spiritual prowess.

Very dutiful, Social, jovial, disciplined, firm, thorough, caring, considerate, accommodating, courageous, supportive, available and accessible to the very last breath.

An exemplary leader and a focused follower with a humble Christlike spirit. Always touching many lives for progress.

Missing you is an understatement compared to the large irreparable vacuum you left in our hearts.

However, we know there is Life after life. Hence, the Joyful assurance of seeing and being with you on the Resurrection Morning at the Feet of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Continue to sleep on, at the bosom of our Saviour, for you have finished your earthly race as a strong and valiant soldier of Christ.

Adieu, our dearly beloved father and great mentor. Adieu, Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole, till we all meet in His Glory, to part no more in Jesus name. Amen.

--Mrs Oluwatoyin Olusola Oladapo, on behalf of the Arowolo's family.
Posted by Remi Adewole on September 24, 2019
i will always cherish the beautiful memories of Big daddy as i fondly call him Big daddy will be greatly missed but his warmth, kindness, and gentle spirit will be remembered forever. RIP Big daddy
Posted by Adeyanju Folasade on September 24, 2019
ADIEU PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
This is to express my hearty condolence, first to his immediate family, Mama Mrs, Adewole his extended family, his Church, both in Ede and Lagos, the Nigerian Baptist Convention, the Medical Board, the Professional family and all that connected with Professor Taiwo Adewole one way or the other. Prof is a man of God as far as I know. With the short time we have been together in the Medical Board, this man is both salt and light, his light was never hidden. I thank God for the life of this man. I know him to be a Christian who is not swollen headed by virtue of position or achievements he must be a thorough bred Christian. This is the kind of man you never wish to die in the next hundred years, very pleasant to be with but God understand. We submit to His will and righteous judgement. We love you Prof and we will continue to love you with the assurance and earnest prayers with diligence in the faith that we will join you where we all will immerse in the everlasting joy and unending hallelujah chorus – Rev. Enoch Oladoja, Former Recording Secretary, Medical Board NBC.


A devastating loss of a distinguished scholar, Prof Dn Adewole was a very conscientious worker, dedicated and committed to everything he laid his hands on, a devoted Christian, and a very humble personality; we shall painfully miss our good friend, colleague and fellow alumnus of the Baptist High School. May the Lord comfort, strengthen and uphold the family and us all. May his gent soul rest in perfect peace. Prof A. Akinsola
Posted by Adeyanju Folasade on September 24, 2019
ADIEU PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
This is to express my hearty condolence, first to his immediate family, Mama Mrs, Adewole his extended family, his Church, both in Ede and Lagos, the Nigerian Baptist Convention, the Medical Board, the Professional family and all that connected with Professor Taiwo Adewole one way or the other. Prof is a man of God as far as I know. With the short time we have been together in the Medical Board, this man is both salt and light, his light was never hidden. I thank God for the life of this man. I know him to be a Christian who is not swollen headed by virtue of position or achievements he must be a thorough bred Christian. This is the kind of man you never wish to die in the next hundred years, very pleasant to be with but God understand. We submit to His will and righteous judgement. We love you Prof and we will continue to love you with the assurance and earnest prayers with diligence in the faith that we will join you where we all will immerse in the everlasting joy and unending hallelujah chorus – Rev. Enoch Oladoja, Former Recording Secretary, Medical Board NBC.


A devastating loss of a distinguished scholar, Prof Dn Adewole was a very conscientious worker, dedicated and committed to everything he laid his hands on, a devoted Christian, and a very humble personality; we shall painfully miss our good friend, colleague and fellow alumnus of the Baptist High School. May the Lord comfort, strengthen and uphold the family and us all. May his gent soul rest in perfect peace. Prof A. Akinsola
Posted by Gbede Sote on September 24, 2019
Prof. Taiwo Adewole was a deacon at the local New Heritage Baptist Church, Shomolu, but a Professor of international repute. I knew him as a gentle, unassuming and energetic Christian. We worked together in many spiritual intellectual endeavors. We belonged to some church committees, such as, publication and publicity, counseling and M. M. U. We organized seminars on stress management, general health and retirement matters for church members.
When Professor Adewole was the Chairman of the diaconate, he was a manager of men and materials. He contributed immensely to resolve thorny issues calmly and unperturbed.
Prof. Adewole was happily married to his lovely wife, Keji. They jointly trained their children in the ways of the Lord. Prof., you have left a big vacuum that will be difficult to fill both in and outside the church.
I can say categorically that Prof. Adewole was an epitome of love, humility and kindness. Above all, he always conducted himself in an exemplary manner.
The Lord will protect and bless the family you left behind in Jesus Mighty Name. Amen.
Rest in the bosom of the Lord.

Prof. Gbade Sote, (for the Sote family)
NHBC, Somolu, Lagos
Posted by Gbenga Owokade on September 24, 2019
A tribute to an epitome of success
The breaking news of your demise to eternity was hard to come to terms with. The memories of your command of language was immediately ignited.
During your last visit to England, I remember that I sat close to you just to hear you speak those words of distinctive wisdom which money can’t buy.

My wife was shocked to hear that you had gone to glory and she immediately described how gentle and soothing your words were.

I recalled our conversation about setting up an online presence to propel your impeccable wealth of knowledge to the global audience just so you get your deserved recognition but nature has once again cheated on us. Words cannot express how much we would miss you

Good night Prof and you will fondly be remembered in whatever capacity the Creator has given us.

Gbenga Owokade (UK)
Posted by Nkiruka Odunukwe on September 24, 2019
I still find it dificult to get over the shock of receiving the news of the sudden transition of former our CSD HOD, Professor Adewole.
He was such an amiable, nice and unassuming personality.
He would be missed immensely.
A gem is gone! Ever vibrant, ever faithful, quiet God fearing. What agreat loss!!!
May The Lord grant the family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss in Jesus. Name Amen.
Posted by Adeyanju Folasade on September 24, 2019
BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTRE,
P.M.B. 43, SAKI,
OYO STATE, NIGERIA

TRIBUTES FOR LATE PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
Death has laid his icy hand on our medical castle. We are sad and disturbed because of this, but he is filled with joy elsewhere
The golden bow is broken
The pitcher shattered at the fountain
The wheel is broken at the well
The dust returned to the earth where it belongs
And the spirit returns to God who gave it
We are mourners about the street as you go to your eternal home.
The strong man is now down to rise with Christ
The noise of the grinding is low,
The sky grow dim and the sound of music ceased
Prof. Adewole is no more
He has gone to the perfect world in the beautiful abode of the Lord
Where wolf dwell with the lamb in peace
Where Leopard lie down with the young goat
Where calf and the young lion eat together and a little child lead them 
Where cow and bear graze together
Where Lion eat straw like Ox
Where nursing child play by the cobra hole
Where a child puts his hand in the vipers den without harm
Where no hurt, no destruction, no pity, no wailing, no sickness, no evil can penetrate
Where purity graciously sing the praises of the King of Kings in his lips
Where the perfect Lord leads the perfect souls
Proverb 4:18:
The path of the just is like the shinning sun
That shines ever brighter unto the perfect day:.
Prof. Adewole, even in death you remain bright.
Dr. Luke of our time, who used time to develop good virtue and deep character,
So practical minded, a forward – thinker, so deeply focused
You always identify reasons why a thing must be done; get fascinated with fact and figures, plot the courses, asks God for direction and go all out to make success.
You never see failure, very optimistic in the Lord, you make language, culture, skills, time and tide work in your favour.
A renowned medical character, an icon, very loyal to medical profession and Christ
Whose philosophy and reasons never sway or bend the direction of Christ
A beautiful personality with captivating statements and appearance, so charming, so gentle, so kind and considerate
A doctor of great style, enormous wisdom, strength and the spirit of God
A teacher of doctors, a strategists, a medical diplomat, a highbrow of international standard, best in everything ideal
Baptist Medical Centre Saki loves you
But Christ love you best
May your soul rest in the bosom of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ

PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
ADIEU! ADIEU!!  ADIEU!!!


BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTRE,
P.M.B. 43, SAKI,
OYO STATE, NIGERIA

TRIBUTES FOR LATE PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
Death has laid his icy hand on our medical castle. We are sad and disturbed because of this, but he is filled with joy elsewhere
The golden bow is broken
The pitcher shattered at the fountain
The wheel is broken at the well
The dust returned to the earth where it belongs
And the spirit returns to God who gave it
We are mourners about the street as you go to your eternal home.
The strong man is now down to rise with Christ
The noise of the grinding is low,
The sky grow dim and the sound of music ceased
Prof. Adewole is no more
He has gone to the perfect world in the beautiful abode of the Lord
Where wolf dwell with the lamb in peace
Where Leopard lie down with the young goat
Where calf and the young lion eat together and a little child lead them 
Where cow and bear graze together
Where Lion eat straw like Ox
Where nursing child play by the cobra hole
Where a child puts his hand in the vipers den without harm
Where no hurt, no destruction, no pity, no wailing, no sickness, no evil can penetrate
Where purity graciously sing the praises of the King of Kings in his lips
Where the perfect Lord leads the perfect souls
Proverb 4:18:
The path of the just is like the shinning sun
That shines ever brighter unto the perfect day:.
Prof. Adewole, even in death you remain bright.
Dr. Luke of our time, who used time to develop good virtue and deep character,
So practical minded, a forward – thinker, so deeply focused
You always identify reasons why a thing must be done; get fascinated with fact and figures, plot the courses, asks God for direction and go all out to make success.
You never see failure, very optimistic in the Lord, you make language, culture, skills, time and tide work in your favour.
A renowned medical character, an icon, very loyal to medical profession and Christ
Whose philosophy and reasons never sway or bend the direction of Christ
A beautiful personality with captivating statements and appearance, so charming, so gentle, so kind and considerate
A doctor of great style, enormous wisdom, strength and the spirit of God
A teacher of doctors, a strategists, a medical diplomat, a highbrow of international standard, best in everything ideal
Baptist Medical Centre Saki loves you
But Christ love you best
May your soul rest in the bosom of our lord and saviour Jesus Christ

PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEWOLE
ADIEU! ADIEU!!  ADIEU!!!
Posted by Olayinka Okoh on September 24, 2019
The news of your demise was a rude shock to me and family. Prof. Dn. Taiwo Adewole was fantastic boss to work with. I worked part- time with him when he was in the diaconate of NHBC and all the time we worked together, he was humble, patient and always looking forward to seeing you again and had a saying ' Yinka its nice seeing you again', this statement always melt my heart then. He was active and full of live. Will miss your fatherly advice, prayers and kind gesture towards me and family. God bless your soul Prof. Dn. Taiwo Adewole. See you in the morning of resurrection of the saints.
Posted by Abefe-Balogun Julianah on September 23, 2019


Tribute To A Great Icon (Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole)
Death where is your victory? Death where is your sting? Now the sting of death is sin and sin gets its power from law.
Remember those oh lord who in your peace have died with you they faced death`s night sealed with your victory sign,soon may the splendour of your light on them forever shine.For them we humbly pray perfect them in your love,may we share eternal day with them in heaven above. Oh grant Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole pardon Jesus Saviour blest and give his spirit light and endless rest. Eternal rest grant unto you Prof. Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole(Grandpa) and let your perpetual light shine on you.
May your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God Rest in Perfect Peace Amen.
Signed:ABEFE-BALOGUN POPE.B.
For. POMAJOS ABEFE-BALOGUN.
Posted by Abefe-Balogun Julianah on September 23, 2019

Tribute To An Icon ( Professor Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole) 
Words can not describe how priveledged I feel to have been able to call you My Grandpa or My Big/Biggest Daddy. You were a true example of a man who engraved in us the best way of conquering our education through wisdom and knowledge by studying hard, You were a true example of a man who prided himself on daily devotion to God and also in strongly relationship with God. You continue to inspire me, even from heaven, your legacy forever lives on in my heart and I pray that I can and will continue to make you proud.
I will miss you and your ways especially the way you do call me "ANJOLA"
ADIEU!!! BIG DADDY, UNTILL WE MEET TO PART NO MORE
Signed: ABEFE-BALOGUN JOSEPH ANJOLA OMO GRANDPA.
Posted by Abiodun Ajose on September 23, 2019
Egbon, the news of your passage came to me as a very rude shock, haven spoken with you on phone less than 48hours earlier. I thought I was having a bad dream until the reality dawned on me when this tribute link was forwarded to me. Egbon you were a nice man, a very good man and a quintessential gentleman. We your professional colleagues in the field of Chemical Pathology in particular and the entire medical community shall greatly miss your robust and insightful comments and contributions at conferences, workshops, meetings and other fora. Personally, I shall greatly miss your friendship and kindness.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Oluyomi EmmaOkon on September 23, 2019
TRIBUTE TO PROFESSOR TAIWO ADEGBOYEGA ADEWOLE.
On page 31 of my 80th birthday brochure, Professor Adewole who was Master of Ceremony at the event, as he also was on my 70th, wrote:
"I thank God who has spared his life (mine); join me to celebrate him! (me)."
I am now painfully writing his tribute with the "ink of my tears"!
'Gboyega, as l fondly called him, was one of my very diligent and honest Resident Doctors; besides, he was a loyal friend and kind to all; I was very proud of him. By dint of hard work, he rose to the post of Professor and achieved many laurels. He was head of several educational establishments where he excelled and made remarkable impacts in the field of Medical Education, Research and Practice.
The Nigerian Medical Schools, Accreditation teams of the Nigerian Medical Council (NMC), National Universities Commission (NUC), Examiners and Regulation Bodies of the Faculty of Laboratory Medicine of the West African College of Physicians (WACP) and of the Faculty of Pathology of the National Postgraduate Medical College of Nigeria (NPMCN) will attest to the competence, dexterity and integrity of Professor Adewole; he will be sorely missed by all!
'Gboyega and I discussed his retirement, 70th birthday celebrations and his subsequent programmes when we last met; I proposed to feature prominently in everyone of them; this was not to be!, it is God that disposes; His name be praised!
I commiserate with Gboyega's family, especially his lovely and loving wife, colleagues and friends and pray that God Himself, the Omniscience, will comfort and abide with us to a ripe, comfortable and fruitful end.
Rest in perfect peace with your God 'Gboyega.

Professor Adebayo Afonja
Teacher, Mentor, Colleague and dear friend.
Posted by Kehinde Babakekere on September 23, 2019
Thomas Campbell say”To live in hearts we leave behind,Is not to die”
You shall forever live in our hearts.Adieu an erudite scholar.
Posted by Taiwo Olufemi on September 23, 2019
The immortal words of Shakespeare “When beggars die there no comets seen;The heavens themselves blaze forth the death of princes” aptly describe mood of everyone who knew you.You impacted many people and left an indelible marks .May God grants your darling wife.children and the entire family the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss.Good night sir.
Posted by Adeyinka Gisanri on September 23, 2019
An epitome of courage and strength late Prof Taiwo Adegboyega ADEWOLE ::
Memories of Brother Gboyega Adewole go way back to 1975/76 at the University of Ife (now Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife when he was a graduate Assistant in the Department Biological Sciences It is with great Shock that we received the news of his sudden departure to eternity.
He was easy going ,soft spoken and friendly putting us through in our Biological practical classes. He was an authority in his subject.and Supervised us well at the practical classes .He was firm.but very approachable to us - Students including KEJI who later became hisamiable wife. I knew him as an energetic thorough and determined man this became obvious as he proceeded to study Medicine again after his First Degree in Sciences
He became a Medical Doctor and rose to the peak of his career as Professor of Medicine.
I thank God for your Life and Service to the Lord in the development of Education in Osun State Universities
I and my family Commiserate with the Wife ,Children and the entire Adewoles on his departure and pray that God Grants them the fortitude to bear the loss.
We believe Heaven has gained a Soul and we cannot questioned God.
Adieu blessed man of God.
From YINKA GISANRI
Posted by Titi Gbaja-biamila on September 23, 2019
Prof Taiwo Adewole,
A man who touched so many lives, in so many ways. He was a kind, lively and committed man. Dedicated to Christ, his work and family. He is truly missed.
I give God the glory for the life he has lived.
Adieu!
Posted by BIODUN FIFO on September 23, 2019
SPECIAL TRIBUTE TO A BROTHER IN-LAW LIKE A FATHER.
The news of your passing onto glory came to me as a rude shock, up till this very moment I haven’t come to the terms that I will not be able to see you again. It took me more time than necessary to put this together, mainly because I do not know where to start from.
You happened to be one of the very few people I called DADDY apart from my biological father, because you had been a back bone to me in making sure that I excelled in my chosen career. During your last visit to Dublin sometimes in August last year, I saw how excited you are to finally see that your Biodun of yester years had become a qualified lawyer and also telling me that you’re coming back soon again. But, that dreams of yours won’t be possible anymore mainly because death snatched you away from us.
Daddy, I’m pretty sure that you’re resting in the bosom of the Lord whom you had dedicated and served all your days. I cannot write and end this tribute without saying thank you Daddy Taiwo Adegboyega Adewole for the positive roles played in my life, the sweet memories of your good deeds would continue live forever in my heart.
Sun re o, Professor, Oko Morounkeji, Baba Adedokun, Baba Adeoye, Daddy mi tooto. Gbogbo awa omo ati aburo nsele de leyin o, till we meet to part no more, I say good night while you keep on resting in perfect peace.
Posted by Oluwole Adedeji on September 23, 2019
Prof Adewole Adieu. A good and trusted friend . I remember our time at the University of Ibadan where we first met and developed an everlasting friendship.
You and your wife created time to visit me in Sheffield. We were family. We shared the same passion to contribute to knowledge and train younger generation. Rest in peace my friend. Professor Oluwole O.Adedeji
Posted by Agbaje Suliyat on September 23, 2019
I found it so hard to believe that Prof has left this world just within few days of his ailment, just like that, just like a dream, uuuuhm! This life is just a vanity! For someone to work so hard like that, daddy you're supposed to be enjoying what you've laboured for now that death has taken you, so pathetic.

Baba Prof, like my kids used to call you, since the day I met you, about 15 years ago, you've impacted positively to my life, you made me and my husband what we are today, you care for me and my relations, I remembered you played a fatherly role at all my kids naming ceremony, you followed me to Modakeke to attend my father's burial, I can never forget you daddy.

On behalf of the and the entire Agbaje's wife, we will never forget how you care, love and relate with us whenever you were with us especially during Ileya festival. We pray to Allah to forgive you all your sins and give you eternal rest. May He take good care of all what you left behind. Daddy rest on!!
Posted by Agbaje Nureni on September 23, 2019
Daddy i find it very difficult to believe that you have left us to the the most high ,your creator.
Where do I start to remember you!!
The day you get me a job or that of my wife ,
That day you told me i must get a land close to your house that you don't want to be alone ,that day you came to pray on the land.
You have never travelled without saying ABURO (as you normally call me) i will be traveling
And i remember the way i always call you until you are at the place
Daddy for the past fifteen Years that you have come back home (EDE ) you have impacted positively not only on your immediate family but the whole of EDE
your grand children are still asking about BABA PROF (as they always call you
Sleep on daddy
WE will forever miss you

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