Posted by Bankole Ogunkoya on May 24, 2021
I miss you Daddy, ever since I lost my biological father have never felt lost like this making it the second time I miss some one who always show me love. RIP Daddy
Posted by Alwell Raymond on May 24, 2021
You were a father to me
You took me as a son
You corrected me, taught me helped me
You brought me closer to God

You are Legacy
Pastor Bolaji
Thanks for all
Till we meet again
Posted by Philip Atume on May 17, 2021
I was shocked when I heard you have suddenly left us to be with the Lord.

You were everything to humanity: A kind father, who wholeheartedly cared for people in need; regardless of their background, age, race, religion, status, personality, etc.

As a God fearing Pastor, everyone you came in contact with, felt your positive impact, which was expressed with the love of Jesus Christ in you.

The work of the Lord did NOT suffer in your hands. Rather, you served with example, while leading others to Christ.

Rest in the bosom of the Lord Daddy.

Posted by Adeshina Gideon on May 16, 2021
Sir, you are my Father in the Lord but I always called you my in-law, Sir you are a soldier, a mentor, a father that lead a sheep and lamb. You have laid a impact in so many people's life, it was a shock to me has I heard the news of your death because we were together Sunday before you pass on.
What shall we say to God than to say " Thank you lord" because what we see has sadness in our eye maybe a joy in the sight of God.
Sir you are exemplary to people because you serve God with all you have, you are a Gallant soldier of Christ.
Eccl 3 said in every thing there is time and season
I am using this period to pay a tribute to you my pastor, father, mentor, in law
  Rest in peace PST OMOTAYO BOLAJI
   Sun re oooooo
Posted by Tioluwatimofe Bolaji on May 14, 2021

I cannot believe I am writing a tribute for your departure at this time! But God has his own plans, and even though it hurts, it is our relationship with God that I am most grateful for during this very difficult time.

First, I am grateful to God for giving me the opportunity to be your son. I am grateful for your legacy, your principles, and teachings. However, I am most grateful for the desire to be like the good, God-fearing Christian you were.
I am so grateful to have had a true man of God to pattern my life after. As your son, I would watch how you would love, nurture, and provide for us as a family. Even in the small ways like when you would bring food home on your way from work or order food after work, always making sure we were taken care of.

With that said, I will try to be a positive influence on the people around me just like I have seen you do so many times. Moreover, I will remember the good times we had together such as waking up early and going to church on Sunday morning, going for mid-week service, and taking many road trips and family vacations.

They say that Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal. Therefore, my only consolation is that you are with God in Heaven and one day, we shall meet to part no more! No words can express the pain and feelings in my heart, but I can say that I, your son Bolaji-Oyenekan Tioluwatimofe will miss and always love you.

Baba Omo omolara, Daddy timofe. Till will meet again, Rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus.

ADIEU, for now, My Father!
Posted by Oluwatunmise Bolaji on May 13, 2021
"Whoever fears the Lord has a secure fortress, and for their children it will be a refuge."
-Proverbs 14:26

For my Father, who Found a Fortress in God.

If we all wrote a thousand words to testify the goodness of God in your life,
my dearest daddy, it would be a lifetime of testimonies.

Words are not sufficient to describe all that you were: A caring father and
dependable guardian to me and my siblings, a loving and dedicated husband to my mother, and an exemplary role model to everyone gathered here.

Your laugh, your smile, your jokes, your love, your stories, and your presence
always resonated in every room you stepped in, and with everyone you met.
My memories of you are filled with kindness, gentleness, love, care, humility, and the purest aura I have ever seen in anyone in my life.
The life you lived was an example to many. You dedicated your life to service, spreading the word of God to family, friends, colleagues, acquittances, and even strangers.

On Earth we have lost a friend, husband, father, brother, uncle, mentor, and most of all, man of God. But heaven has been blessed with the liveliest, funniest, ever-joyful, dancing, and most loving guardian angel.

You will remain in our hearts forever. Rest well Daddy.

Your daughter,
Oluwatunmise Bolaji-O.
Posted by Bamidele ALA on May 13, 2021
• We received the news of the passing onto beyond our dear comrade Tayo with great shock. Rest in peace comrade - PENGASSAN Lagos CEC, Sunday Ebulu, Solomon Ogaragbo

• May his soul rest in perfect peace in the presence of the most High God - Peters Dibi

• Shocking news. Life I sure all a number of days. We really do miss you. Rest in perfect peace! – Onyekachi

• We have lost a friend and brother. Why Bolaji at this time - Bar. Ken Alanze

• The news of your death came as a big shock to me. You’ve left a vacuum which will be too hard to fill. Memories of your admonishing words and kind-heartedness will linger in my mind forever. Your legacy will live on. Rest well sir, rest well……- Nkaiso Akanbi

• You were a rare gem. Your death is still a shock to me. I know you have gone to a better place. Rest on daddy - Seun Akinloye

• Your last charge to the ministers yesterday ‘is that the best you can do for God?... you are forever in our mind…sleep till we meet to part no more daddy – Dcns. Ijeoma odah

• You are a rare gem and your life so touched and impacted our lives in the direction of the Lord. Rest on the Lord soldier - JOSEPH KALU & FAMILY

• You were such a wonderful brother, friend and in-law. You were a good soldier of the Lord Jesus Christ and served Him to the very end. You had such a large and caring heart! We shall miss your generous and amiable personality. Adieu dear brother, take your deserved rest in the blossom of the Lord you dearly love - JUMEKE NWACHUKWU

• Pastor, the news of your death came to me as a rude shock. I was hoping we would see soon but you left us unannounced. I know you are in a better place, far from this wicked world of sin. We will miss you daddy. Sleep well in the bosom of the Lord until we meet on the resurrection morning. Odigba! - BUSOLA ALA

• Your departure is too sudden and our hearts are heavy. We saw and spoke last 25/4/2021 only to meet you gone in the hospital. We can’t question God Almighty, but we know you are resting in the bosom of the Lord Almighty. Adieu! - ENGR. PHILTUS

• Pastor Bolaji it came as a rude shock. You told me to expect a visit from you so you could see my new wife and then celebrate with us on my daughter’s achievement by blessing her MBBS Exams, well till me meet to part no more. Rest in perfect peace Amen - CHIEF ONYEKA

• I couldn’t believe it when I received the call that morning that you passed on. I believe you are with your maker, your legacy of giving will continue, we love you but God loves you more - Omoniyi Omidiji

• In all we give the Lord the glory. Your life and testimonies was infectious. I’m confident that you’re resting in the bosom of our Lord. Definitely when I get to heaven I will meet you. Rest in peace pastor - Pst. Innocent

• In all we give thanks to God Almighty. You were a shepherd that cared for his sheep, you will be greatly missed, what more can I say to thank God for a life well spent and we know where you are, is a better place than this corrupt world. Rest on daddy - Bro. Effiong

• Lord, have mercy on us all. This is a great loss our daddy in the Lord. May his soul rest in peace - Dcn Adedayo Salami

• My daddy and my mentor, I wanted to ask why you are gone so soon. Well I love you but God loves you the more. I just want to say good night - Onah Johnson

• Rest in peace, you left so soon without saying goodbye. I ask that the almighty God strengthen mummy in your exit in Jesus name - Bro Zain

• Daddy, your demise is still a shock to me and my entire family. You are such a rare gem. I cannot forget your good deeds towards my family. You left too soon but I take comfort in the Lord that you are in a better place - Sis F. Kolade

• Beloved daddy uncle and friend. You have fought a good fight. We love you but God loves you most. We will miss you. Adieu - Ap Oriola Balogun

• May his gently soul rest in peace – Oponyom

• May your soul rest in the hands of God - Pst. Harrison Tihan
• Bye! I will miss you so much, but I’m consoled that God knows best. Rest in peace! - George Nsoribe

• Pastor T, we will miss you but God loves you more. The Lord will keep your family. Rest in peace - Dupe Ubeka

• Rest in peace, pastor T - Ifeoma Azikiwe

• Pastor B, we thank God for the life you lived. Always rejoicing and ready to help. You will be missed. We love you but we know that God loves you more. Rest on till we meet at the bosom of the Lord! - Olumide Afolayan

• Pst Bolaji, you were more than a pastor to me , you were also a father. It’s so smacking to receive this soon. Rest well in our Lord’s bosom - Moji Albert

• Pst Bolaji was friend and a brother, a jolly good fellow. Rest on in the bosom of your Lord. - Ogunnonso Ruth

• Pst Bolaji was a wonderful man of God, ever cheerful. May his pleasant soul rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Amen - Sis Lara Hassan

• My brother my pastor. I bless God for your life for impacting to my life and that of my family - Sis Bakare F.R

• Thank God for a life well spent. Your work is still speaking now that you have gone to be with the Lord - Sis Olarewaju

• We believe that pastor Tayo Bolaji shall live. He has left a wonderful legacy will speak forever till the resurrection morning. May God protect, preserve and bless the family left behind in Jesus name. Amen - Pastor Silas Wariola Ajimijaye

• He was such a gentle man and a team player ready to help anyone in need of a solution. - Sir & Lady Adedayo Adesoye

• May you continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. Amen. Hon. Agbalaya A.S

• Such a wonderful friend. A beautiful heart. It is good to know we have Christ. You were always amiable and cheerful. May God’s comfort keep us. - Adebayo & Ngozi Aderigba

• I love you but God love you pass us. My daddy rest in peace in Jesus name. Amen - Adeniyi B.A

• We are greeting in the name of the Lord. Daddy rest in peace. - Laide Driver

• Really a big miss - Muideen Aruna

• We miss a man of honor a peace-loving fellow with a high level of hospitality. You are humble & friendly. May your soul rest in peace - GA. ALATISE

• It is a surprise to me we will all cherish your advice. Good night my brother. – SALAWU

• My able pastor may your soul rest in peace. Amen - Sis P.N Oladipo

• You are my backbone. You mean the world to me. You are my mentor. May you continue to rest in peace daddy. I love you so much! – DAMILARE

• So sad to hear about your sudden death. I pray that Almighty God will grant you divine rest till we meet to part no more - Don Bruno

• Daddy we love you, but God loves you more. Rest in peace - Pst. Bakole Abisoye

• Brother, rest in peace. My blood rest well. RIP! - Wale Hammed Akande T.

• Adieu Tayo! - Tunde Okegbemin

• I can’t believe I’ll see you no more pastor. You did well sir. - Tayo Okegbuiro

• May his soul rest in peace - Oyedele R.A

• This is the worst news I’ve ever received in my life, but my only wish is that you meet with our Lord Jesus Christ. Goodnight Ore - Pst Adewunmi

• Pastor Bolaji was so good that no comment can fully describe him and his potential both in the kingdom work/spiritual work and that of the physical. However, his death is death in righteousness that suffer no pain. God will accept you. Amen - Abu H.I

• Pastor Tayo may you rest in the peace of the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Knowing you made a difference - Chukwudi Chukwuma

• Pastor Tayo indeed you are a good man and practical Christian. You have gone to be with your maker, rest in perfect peace, Amen - Nnamdi Nnama

• Pastor Tayo, am short of words but appreciative of all you did for me/us. Rest in peace - Olayemi Adeosun

• It is a rude shock, but I am comforted you are resting with the Lord. Surely you will be missed - Bikuro Alogaga

• You were a pleasant soul and very affectionate. We will all miss you. May the Almighty God grant you peace in heaven and your family the fortitude to bear this loss. Amen - Ademolu Rufia

• Pastor T, my brother and friend. Rest well in the Lord’s bosom. God will keep and sustain your family in Jesus name, Amen - Bose Odubeyi

• Gone too soon, may the Lord give your family the fortitude to bear this loss. We love you but Jesus loves you more. Goodnight pastor - Bola Okegbemi

• You encouraged me to go ahead and you were always there to support me at any time. This is too much to bear but I know you are in a better place - Omoniyi

• Isaiah 57;1- the Lord will comfort & console the entire family and the body of Christ. It is well for God is faithful - The Adeloyes

• May the Lord grant this family the fortitude to bear such a great loss, well wishes from Yemi and the entire Emeribe family - Adebola Babs

• He was an anointed man of God. he was a hero, a great man and a father. Rest in peace - Bro. Ilesanmi Imisi &Mrs. Ngozi Ilesanmi

• An icon in ministry pastor B. -Dcn. Victor Ozore

• He is a man of joy, peace and love - Dcn. Samuel Apanisile

• It is well…… - Oluwole Oluwafemi

• You will be deeply missed daddy - Fatiregun Rotimi

• Rest well - Dejo Fabolude

• Goodnight peacemaker - Fatiregun Modupe

• I’ve learnt a lot from you daddy. RIP - Babatunde S. Olawale

• My inlaw rest well - Dan Adeshina

• Gone too soon, the Lord will lay you in eternal rest- Aronmi Tunde BOT

• Rest in peace my brother - Sunny Ihenkoye

• Rest in the eternal glory of Christ - Jaiyesimi B A

• Rest in peace uncle Bolaji - Olatunde Oketiri

• Beautiful soul. Miss you - Mary M.

• Miss you - Amaka Ubabuike

• May your soul rest in peace - Sottin Olubukola

• May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace - Sottin Olufunmi

• You care, you fought a good fight and you lived a life of fulfillment. May you continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord, till we meet again - Ekarika Funmilayo

• It came to me as a shock. We bless God for a fulfilled life. You came you conquered. May the Lord bless the family you left behind - Sis Busola Alabi

• On behalf of my family we miss you daddy, you are a great man of deciding - Sis Aliu Blessing
Posted by Bamidele ALA on May 13, 2021
• Dearly beloved Pastor! Rest on in the blossom of the Lord – Pastor Bode Odesah (PICP LP8)

• May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Amen - Glory Terbanacle Zonal Parish

• Our own dear Pastor Bolaji, the man who never rested until he did a good deed whenever needed, the one who appreciates and celebrates acts of kindness no matter how little, the one who loves the Lord and his works like kilode! the one who have touched the hearts and the lives of so many who owe him a lifetime of gratitude…. You will be sorely missed. As our tears flow in saying goodbye for now, we also rejoice because we will surely meet again at the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ – Pastor Sola Sasona for the entire RCCG Holy Ghost Area

• Rest on Jesus soldier the area will miss you. – RCCG Abundant Life Area

• You impacted lives on different sides ..Your selfless service to God and humanity will always be in our memories. Your everyday cheerful & smiling mood is a lesson we learnt from you .Rest in peace our dear beloved pastor – Pastor ‘Gbenga Abraham for RCCG Unlimited Grace Parish

• Your departure was shocking and unexpected like a dream. The lord is all knowing. May the lord comfort and provide for the entire family. Rest in peace – RCCG Divine Sanctuary Parish

• It's heartbreaking to realize that you have gone to be with the Lord. The good memories of your service and leadership are unforgettable. I'm comforted by the fact that Heaven is in need of good officers. and you are employable. Adieu. Rest in peace my dear Pastor - Pst. Cyril for RCCG The Redeemer's Parish

• I'm more than perplexed by your dramatic exit from our presence. I hesitated to write on the book of condolences opened on your behalf because I was expecting that God will resurrect you and send you back to us to finish your unfinished ministry with us. It's very heartbreaking to know that we can only hope to see you again on the Resurrection morning. Past tenses are inappropriate for your buoyant spirit. That's another reason for my delay. You were total in your service to God; distance or location wasn't a hindrance to you in doing Let's- go-a-fishing. Testimonies on God's faithfulness and goodness to your life weren't scarce in your mouth and you were always eager to testify. Your testimonies were a soothing balm for all our hurts and challenges. Your testimonies encouraged and comforted us in no small measure. You were a servant-leader to us because you massively participated in every task that you gave us. You danced like David at all times in honour and worship of your Maker. You were at peace and joyous in dwelling in God's presence. You were incurably hopeful of a better tomorrow. Your love for your wife and children is exemplary and unbeatable You were a scriptural model of a husband and a father. You were a good and faithful man. It's difficult for me to say goodbye but let me just end by saying: rest in the bosom of the Lord our caring and resourceful Pastor - A/P Cyril Idu-Ukpaka. 

• You were one of the best humans in human relations. As a Pastor, you stood out among those I had the privilege to serve with. I believe you could only be faulted by reason of your kindness. You loved all who love God. You loved to be involved in people’s successes. You motivated, supported, encouraged and loved the people of God in season and out of season. You sacrificed always for the course of the gospel and worked with God till the very end. You are surely being missed already. May God be with mummy and my aburos and may your beautiful soul continue to rest on the bosom of Christ my dear Pastor and personal friend – Bamidele Ala

• It is like a mystery to us all at ALAAFIN HIGH SCH OLD STUDENT ASSOC. Yet have no option. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace - Adeyemo B.L

• Daddy you are such a loving father, solution to problems and a boss like you is rare, a boss like a father, brings joy to everyone around him. Word alone cannot express whom you were to all TAYLAR NATURE’S MENDER STAFF. Daddy we all miss you and we pray that your gentle soul rests in perfect peace - TAYLAR NATURE’S MENDER STAFF

• You were a supporting pillar to all of us, with the little time you spent with us. You are a rare gem, an angel on earth. Sleep well in the right hand side of God - Saibu Azeez Kayode (PSP Operators Oyo)

• My spiritual father, my mentor, my tabitha, I can’t still believe this is true. You are a man with a large heart, you model my life & marriage to follow God’s pattern, you housed us for over 5 years in a house you built without collecting a dime. You went out of your way to make my family a proud owner of a house. You channeled our life to fulfill God’s purpose by making my husband a prayerful. Rest on daddy till we meet to part no more - Sis Oluremi (mummy ore)

• You were a wonderful client and we would never forget your good deeds in a hurry, God rest your soul sir - Taurus Express Launch

• May his gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord, until we meet again on the resurrection day, Amen! - AP & Dcn A. Wokomah

• Rest on soldier of God. Rest on our dear beloved pastor Bolaji. You were a great inspiration and a blessing. Gallant soldier of Christ. You finished well and strong. You will be greatly missed. Adieu sir - Dcns Debbie Idu-Ukpaka
Posted by Bamidele ALA on May 13, 2021
• Adieu my darling ,husband of my heart, I cannot believe I would be writing a tribute for your departure at this time! but God knows better, it has pleased him to call for you at this time, Glory be to his name ,my consolation is that you make it to heaven and one day, we shall meet to part no more ,in the mean time I will miss your kindness, patience ,dedication to the family work and ministry assignment, pleasant jokes, word of encouragement, prayers ,the list is inexhaustible. we played together, ate together, did almost everything together, you are definitely irreplaceable, my darling, OKO OMOLARA, AKANBI MI NIKAN SOSO GOOD NIGHT. Sun un re o. Till we meet again, rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus – WIFE

• What is life! yes what is life? Great men leave for others, they emptied themselves totally to uphold the cause of humanity and promote God's values and values to emulate. Broda mi Sunday Akanbi Tayo, Uncle Sunday as you were fondly called by your siblings, you lived a selfless life, your gentleness and caring is incomparable, your patience is second to none, your unbeatable contributions in the BOLAJI’s Family can never be overemphasized. Death may have taken you away from us, but you will forever be our hero. Our prayer is that God will grant your soul eternal rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ till we meet to part no more. Adieu Sunday Omotayo Bolaji Akanbi – The Bolajis

• Those special memories of you, will always bring a smile, if only I could have you back for just a little while, then we could sit and talk again just like we use to do. You always meant so much and will continue to do. The fact that you are no longer here will always cause me pain, but you are forever in my heart. Until we meet again at the LORD'S FEET, ADIEU MY BELOVED BROTHER - Segun Bolaji (Bolo).
Posted by Bamidele ALA on May 13, 2021
You were one of the best humans I met in human relations. As a Pastor, you stood out among those I have had the privilege to serve with. I believe you could only be faulted by reason of your kindness. You were kind to a fault. You loved all who love God. You loved to be involved in people’s successes. You motivated, supported, encouraged and loved the people of God in season and out of season. You pushed yourself , sacrificed always for the course of the gospel and worked with God till the very end. You are surely being missed already. May God be with mummy and my aburos and may your beautiful soul continue to rest on the bosom of Christ my dear Pastor and personal friend
Posted by Temiloluwa Bolaji-Oyeneka... on May 12, 2021
“To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: ... A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace.”
– Ecclesiastes 3. 1-8
My Forever Love and Mentor,
Of the many lessons you instilled in me,  I must reflect upon the one where you constantly reminded me that a lifetime is made of different seasons that would unfold in due time according to God’s will. Indeed, God’s will was evident in your life, and now that there are no more earthly seasons to be unfolded, I must hold dearly to the ones I had the privilege of sharing with you.
There was a time and a season for you to love, and you did so wholeheartedly and unconditionally. Your love for God and mankind was so strong that you dedicated your life to serving Him and preaching His gospel to anyone and everyone so that they may be aware of eternal life in His kingdom. Your love for your friends and family was so pure and non-judgmental, that you found a way to respect and treat them equally, regardless of their diverse backgrounds and personalities. Your love for my mother, “Aya Ọmọtayo”, was so genuine and admirable that the four corners of this world could testify that you two were a match made specially in Heaven. Your love for my siblings and I was so sacrificial that you went above and beyond to make sure our needs were taken care of and we never lacked for anything.
There was a time and a season for you to work, and you did so diligently. In your secular duties as an IT Specialist, you worked so hard to never let your team members down even if it meant spending the night at work or coming home after work hours. In your religious duties as a Pastor, you worked so hard to have a personal and positive impact on your congregation. Through your fulfillment of all these duties, you showed my siblings and I the importance of being a diligent worker and a faithful servant to the Lord.
There was a time, and many seasons, where you were joyous and laughed, as God gave you many reasons to be celebrated and celebrate those around you. You were present in every major and minor achievement of your friends and family, all while returning the glory to God. Your life was filled with so much laughter even up to your last hours on this Earth when God granted you his sufficient grace to celebrate with us during our last family meeting.
Now the time and season has come for you to depart this world, and what a glorious exit it has been! It was only right for God to call you home after living such a fulfilling and purposeful life. My heart will hurt remembering you vividly in my mind, but not seeing you with my eyes.
So, is this my season of hurting when 2 Corinthians 5:8 says, “to be absent from the body [is] to be present with the Lord?”  I say the answer to that question is “No,” as I declare this is my time and season of Knowing. Knowing that you now dwell in the dearest bosom of our Heavenly Father and I know He is incredibly pleased with the life you lived.
We love you, but God loved you more because “Precious in the sight of the LORD Is the death of His saints.” Psalms 116:15 NKJV Isaiah 57:1. All these pleasant times of your life will forever live on in my heart and the lessons I have learned from you will continue to help me navigate this world.

Till we meet again in Heaven, rest well.

Your Daughter,
Temiloluwa (Toli Toli, Omotola)

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