Let the memory of Anty SADE be with us forever.
  • 63 years old
  • Born on April 20, 1955 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on March 23, 2019 in IKOYI, LAGOS, Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Anty SADE ADETIBA 63 years old , born on April 20, 1955 and passed away on March 23, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Anne Francis on November 6, 2019
What a shock to find out that you have truly gone to rest, Sade!

You were appointed on merit as one of the very first Golden Links of the National Cervical Cancer Prevention Programme (now the National Cancer Prevention Programme​, NCPP) an initiative of mass medical mission.

You contributed to the initial success of the project, by being such a worthy ambassador. ​
At our first major fund-raising in Abuja (March 27, 2010) you personally ensured that a former Head of State was in attendance to represent the Acting President who was unavoidably absent. You did everything with a smile and had a way of making everyone feel special. Your training as a Vicar's daughter was reflected in your calm devotion to your calling and your gentleness in all situations.

Rest in peace our dear Golden Link. Please say hello to our other departed Golden Links (Mrs. Bisi Olateru-Olagbegi and Prof. Dora Akunyili). We will never ever forget you three amazons. You are irreplaceable.

Posted by Dorcas Akhirevbhulu on May 2, 2019
When peace like a river attendeth our way, when sorrow like peace billows roll, whatever our lot thou has taught us to say it is well with our soul. No words just to say thank you Lord for gifting us with such precious jewel. We shall all miss you greatly. Good night mummy.
Posted by Morayo Wale-Balogun on April 24, 2019
With a heavy heart I write this tribute. Mrs. Adetiba was such an amazing mother and an erudite lawyer. I recall my first day at IGI as a youth corper; she engaged me with challenging tasks immediately and ensured I was always busy. Her words of encouragement and advise impacted me positively and has contributed to my success and growth.
She was so happy when i got married and i had intentions of visiting her but i kept procrastinating.............i feel so bad right now.........Rest in peace Auntie.
Posted by Olufunmilayo Folarin on April 20, 2019
You would have clocked 64 today.
Sweet memories of the times we shared at IGI Ma. Good night. Requiescat in pace Ma.
Posted by Olufunmilayo Folarin on April 20, 2019
1. For all the saints, who from their labors rest,
who thee by faith before the world confessed,
thy name, O Jesus, be forever blest.
Alleluia, Alleluia!
2. Thou wast their rock, their fortress, and their might;
thou Lord, their captain in the well-fought fight;
thou in the darkness drear, their one true light.
Alleluia, Alleluia!
Barrister(Mrs)Folasade Adetiba, former Deputy Managing Director (Corporate & Legal Services), Industrial and General Insurance Plc (IGI).
Rest on dear Ma. Early last month I realized that we haven’t chatted on the fbk platform this year but tarried to seek you out
A brilliant and intelligent lawyer. A disciplinarian boss and mentor who abhorred indolence.
She would work with you, ’ti ori e ba pe’, that is ,’you are smart and can think outside the box.’
You have finished the fight and won the race Ma.
Sorely missed already! The IGI Family missing you also.
I thank you for the relationship we had,really appreciate Ma. Love you Ma.
Posted by Elias Edu on March 24, 2019
I received with shock the sad news of the death of Mrs. Sade Adetiba yesterday and even as I write, I am yet to recover from the shock. I met Mrs. Adetiba in 2004, first time during my interview for the job in the Legal Department of IGI. She had stepped out briefly and just resumed her seat as I was saying that I liked working under pressure... I recall this event quite vividly because her immediate comment upon coming into the room was, “let me see this man who says he can work under pressure”. I didn’t quite understand the import of that comment until I joined IGI. She was very demanding and at the same time patient. She would be the first to appreciate excellent delivery and will encourage you to work even harder. “The reward for hard work, is more work,” she’d say. Not long thereafter, she supported my growth in the department until her retirement and the rest is history. I will never forget this woman who had a heart of gold. She set up Support Bridges Initiative on her 50th birthday and used the initiative to help children some of them in need of career guidance and mentorship. May God be kind to her soul. As she touched so many lives positively, may her children never lack. May God grant Mrs. Adetiba eternal rest in his bosom.
Posted by Gabriel Adebayo Fowodu on March 24, 2019
Wahooo. *What a sad loss.
*Mrs Folashade Adetiba,(Ex Executive Director, Company Secretary/Legal Advisor) was my immediate Boss, in the Company/ Secretariat/Corporate Services and Legal Department of the Industrial and General Insurance Company(IGI) Head office in Lagos. Nigeria. *An industrious, energetic and dedicated Corporate Legal titan has gone, unto Glory.
*May the Almighty God grant her soul eternal peaceful rest with comfort to the family and friends, in Jesus name. Amen.Adieu Antie Folashade.
Posted by Akin Pataki on March 23, 2019
This has come to me as a shock. Mrs Adetiba was my direct boss in IGI Nigeria before she retired into private legal practice. An erudite scholar, bold and dedicated with excellent work ethics, she was a big sister to me and our relationship was very good. She will be seriously missed. May the Lord comfort her children, (Ope and Motunrayo), and the entire Sade Adetiba family.
Akin Reju.
Posted by Obajide Ilugbo on March 23, 2019
Candlelight for my Big Sister, Mentor like a mother - Mrs Sade Adetiba.
Sister, this is a painful separation.
The world, your world, your own, your people and all those you have touched will have to bear the pain of this irreparable loss forever.
You are a calm in the face of storm. All your words are of encouragement, of faith and of staying strong.
You counselled me severally and kept me on the straight and narrow.
How do I say goodbye.
Auntie Sade Adetiba!

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