Posted by Hope Nzurum on July 13, 2021
My darling Skay,
You will forever remain fresh in my heart…all the good times we shared reflecting on how much we are loved and cherish by our hubbies. How blessed we are and our dreams for tomorrow.
As long as the Lord tarries I will carry these memories along in fulfilling those dreams - all
for God’s glory amen 
Rest on Sunshine and see you then ♥️

Posted by Michael Ofuonye on July 13, 2021
Death!Death!!Death!!!,....Death is a debt everyone must pay but to Dumebi,it came as a big shock,am just writing this now cos each time I open this page to write ,I find it extremely difficult to accept this cruel verdict, but then who am I to question the Almighty who gives and ......
Chukwudumebi was and still my niece cos she still lives....
She was practically a baby when my sis(her mum) pick me up to come and live with them at a very young age and since then I and Dumebi were practically inseparable, we were so close and fond of each other to the extent that what I cannot tell or discuss with my sister(her mum) I always see her as a friend I can trust and talk to.
I remember her early years with Lara Day nursery and Primary sch at Ikeja,I usually pick her to and fro the bus stop were her school bus picks and drops her in the morning and afternoon, and she will say ''uncle my legs are aching me pls carry me'' and I will gladly carry her home.
Getting home,will discover that she barely touched her food that was given to her in the morning before leaving for school,and when asked she will say uncle am not hungry, she will prefer to drink cold water which is not good for her health and that is when we always fight cos I won't let her drink it.
Dumebi is not the eating type, so she will always want to bribe me with her own portion of food so I won't tell her mom about her bad habit..''drinking cold water'' but cos of our closeness, I won't tell anybody about it and at the sametime won't let her drink it.
Schola was my 'Padi',my confidant and an ally,and as far as am concerned she can give her life for another.......A GIVER.
Oooh ......Schola I will forever miss you.
Live on my dearest,till we meet to part no more....
uncle Azuka

Posted by Oluchi Orji on July 11, 2021
My Beautiful Aunty Dumdum as I fondly call you I honestly can’t believe you are gone. You where so selfless and amazing and wouldn’t have imagined anything of this sort happening to you. I just believe you’re in a peaceful place with no pain or troubles anymore and that alone make me happy. I will deeply miss you. I still haven’t had a chance to tell mum cos she will be shattered especially now she’s in a fragile state. I do know she will miss you like crazy and we love you soooo much. Thanks for all you did for us. May your beautiful soul rest easy.
Posted by Bim Ogunye on July 11, 2021
Scholastica my dear
I struggle to write this as I was hoping I will wake up from the dream of your demise
Listening to all the testimonials and your husband’s eulogy , I indeed know that you live on . You loved God and you have a way to make people around you to just fall in love with God .
In 2018 , I traveled and left you in charge of my business , you ran it like it was yours. You got everything organized and up till now we use all the templates you created.
Thank you Scholastica for being a dependable friend .
Thank you for those various words of encouragement.
Thank you for the annual back to school gathering that you always organize for your friends children.
We will miss you my dear

Posted by Janet Isola on July 10, 2021

Saying goodnight to you is so hard. Since you passed, I found it difficult to put words together about the time we spent together and the good memories we shared.

Back then when we first met, we connected easily and that had been what we built on before you left us. You are such an amazing lady everyone would love to be around . I remembered all the time we spent together when you would come to my house everyday and your husband would call you after work and you would say take care of yourself. And you would be home soon.
You have never missed any of my family birthdays, without calling and saying Happy Birthday . I could remember April 15th 2021 when you called Jay Bobo to wish him happy birthday.

I could never forget the sacrifices you took after the Fort McMurray fire , when we stayed back in Edmonton. And You drove hours to come around when I gave birth to my boy, you told me to rest and that you will take care of him.

Scholar, your love for others no one can comprehend. Another time when we were moving back to Fort Mcmurray. You took care of my husband for months before we joined him, your family opened your arms wide and accommodated him. You and your lovely husband welcome my family back to Fort McMurray in a way that no one could ever do. You proved over and over that true friends still exist. I will not stop if I want to continue to write about my friendship of life.

How can I forget you Skay? Last week I wanted to register my son into Early entry and as I was filling the application form I got to the emergency contact portion and I realized again that it is not a dream, I can not use your name again, I put the form aside and sobbed for losing a great personality. Heaven gained a wonderful soul!!! 

Scholar, your memories can never be forgotten in my home, we met you and you made a great impact I will surely Love you forever till we meet at the feet of our Lord Jesus. Woman of prayer, rest on in the bosom of your maker.

May the Lord comfort and be with your loving husband and the girls in Jesus name. Amen
Posted by Oluyomi Atobajaiye on July 10, 2021
My dear friend Scholastica, your death has left me shattered and heartbroken. We've been friends for over 31 years and a friend so dear to my heart. I am really going to miss you! I will miss our several discussions, and your Godly advises. It's so hard typing this about you. I pray that the Lord will be with your husband, your kids and your sisters. Sleep on my lovely Chukwudumebi.
Posted by Itohan Cole on July 9, 2021
Scholar, may your soul Rest In Peace. May God almighty give your husband, kids and your sisters you also talked and cared about the fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by Adetola Adetunji on July 9, 2021
Schola, little did I know that the bye bye hug I gave you in 2016 at Liverpool would be the last one. The news of your demise was very very painful to absorb. I still remember your beautiful and glowing face when you walked down the aisle on your wedding day. I am comforted in the stories and tributes that were poured out during the celebration of life service on Wednesday. You definitely made an impact on the lives of people and your lovely memories lives on. Adieu my sister till we meet at the feet of Christ where death has no place.
Posted by Ope Adegbola on July 8, 2021
I heard the name “Schola” for the first time from my friend, Lola, about 20 years ago. Since then, all she said about you were great & lovely things. She never spoke as if you were her sister-in-law. You were rather a sister to her.
Some months ago, I needed some advice on something for my daughter. I recall her saying to me without stress that she’d speak to you & get back to me. You were such a person she could go to for advice even on behalf of her friend. Thank you for those tips, words of encouragement & advice. Lola indeed delivered all of your messages to me.

Thank you for being you, thank you for being a sister to my friend. You are greatly missed but we are comforted knowing that you knew the Lord & you’re with your maker.
Sleep on till the resurrection morning Scholastica. May the Lord continue to comfort the entire family you left behind in Jesus name. AMEN.
Posted by Alero Lawal on July 8, 2021
Skay,like my sister would call you loll,met you once when I visited Fortmcmurrray and I could remember the joy and scream of welcome when I stepped into Bola oke home like I have known you forever.You and ur hubby did hosted us to a Lovely lunch and was amazed of such a great cook Demola was. You did kept in touch,you always wished me happy birthday ,you were indeed a special breed. Who would have taught the first time I saw you was going to be the last ???? Hmmmmm but we are consoled that God has called you to home to be with him. Thank you for your Love and care even when you had your battles. I pray the Lord comfort Demola and the girls and ur Sisters. I pray God comfort my sister too becos you sure was the only true sincere friend she had. Rest well Skay Rest well daughter of Zion.
Posted by Lynda Ojeagbonye on July 8, 2021
Scholastica Chukwudumebi Adeyemi is someone I have known all my life and I am indeed happy to have had you in my life, extremely grateful for the opportunity God provided for me to have such a sister as you. You played both the role of a mother and a big sister to us your siblings, caring for us even when we are not paying attention to certain things. You were always a go to person on any issue and definitely the most reliable prayer partner. We have been separated by distance for so long but I thank God for the Dubai trip and your trip to Nigeria that provided us with great family time once again. I will forever cherish those moments, you have left a vacuum no one can fill and life without you would never be the same. I am really sad that you are no longer here with us but I am happy with the life you lived and delighted that you knew Christ and held on closely to him.
When you told me that we should start praying together every morning I didn't know it was a journey to the end but I am glad that you were with Christ till the very end . It also gladens my heart that you are in a pain free state right now and experiencing the peace that comes from being with Christ.  Sleep on my dearest sister till we meet again in glory.

Posted by Jumoke Adeyemi-Taiwo on July 8, 2021
Schola, It’s extremely difficult to write this. Thank you for your love that you gave Demola and extended to us. Thank you for the joy you gave us in Tomisin and Toyosi. Thank you for being you sis. It’s difficult not to be able to hear your voice again. The impact of your demise can’t be quantified but we take comfort that you are with the Lord.
Sleep on in peace Omo Jesu. Sun re oh Aya Demola. Iyawo rere .
Posted by Joy Okafor on July 7, 2021
Dearest Schola,

I will forever miss your smiles and calm disposition towards everything! Thank you for never missing to send your well wishes on my celebrations. Distance was never a barrier to you as you never failed to communicate as often as you could.
Heaven has indeed gained an angel.

Rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Genevieve Amevor on July 7, 2021
Dear Scholastica, thank you for making yourself available for service while you were here on earth. May the Lord grant you eternal rest even as He has called you home to Himself. Rest well.
Posted by Ivie Okoro on July 7, 2021
My dear Schola,
Still asking myself if this is real. My soft spoken Schola. Still remember our UNIBEN days like yesterday. You were such a lover of peace. I pray For eternal rest for your peaceful soul. May God grant your family the fortitude to bear this great loss. Rest on my dear friend. You will never be forgotten ❤.
Posted by chy esoro on July 7, 2021
Good night dear Scholastica Dike aka Skay Dekov. Farewell, dear sister, friend and colleague as your journey into another realm. My fondest memory of you is your friendly, jovial, giggling and always laughing disposition even in the face of challenges. You knew how to maintain relationships even in long distance.
Dear Demola, during this difficult moment, please know that my thoughts and prayers are with and your girls.

Adieu Scholar Adeyemi (née Dike) kachifoo!
Posted by Jessica Osunde on July 7, 2021
Hmmmmm.. Still trying to get a grasp of it all… Continue to RIP skee skee ! The sound of ur very very loud laughters and giggles during our days in medical hostel ,UNIBEN, still rings in my ears everyday Sleep well dear friend !
Posted by Margie Peters-Adekoya on July 7, 2021
My dear Skola!
Ore mi! How & where do I begin?
Again, Words fail me.
Thank you Skola for 21 years of great friendship.
I’m thankful for the memories we shared.
May you find rest in our savior’s bosom.
Sleep easy, my friend.
Posted by Nike Adebowale on July 7, 2021
It has been difficult putting my thoughts into words. I remember times when you, Lolah and I would walk down those streets of Gowon estate having a lively conversation. You were so open, genuine and a great personality to have around.
You will forever be missed Schola- till we meet again.
Demola, Tomisin and Toyosi, I pray God’s comfort on you at this time - John 14:1
Posted by modelle okeelle on July 6, 2021
He calls ...
We answer...
We can't negotiate!
Or say to him give me a sec...
He called you ore mi
It is mandatory to answer
Mandatory to keep our appointment
It hurts... so bad
My breath seizes and I feel the silence and the hurt...
The silence of your absent...
And it hurts...
You were down to earth and welcoming!
No time to Sugar Coat!
You gave love and shared your laughter, salvation and all that you could in your power!
I am glad we had a chance to say to each other that we love and cared for each other....
You had my kids back like they were yours, never missed a birthday.
You shared the message of salvation and shared your knowledge  even during your studies.
I remembered when I told you how I longed to speak in tongue, not knowing that you held on to it. You called me the next day and asked "are you ready"? I said for what? You said to speak in tongue... I said ohh.. yes.... you prayed with me and asked the lord to set my tongue loose and Jesus did it through you.
You  stuck by me everyday when I was sick. You prayed with me, fed me, anointed me and  shared communion with me. You took great care of my mother when she was sick.... she is still in shock.
I can't stop playing it in my head Skay... I can't... I can't... all we have shared! Absolutely all!! The last time we spoke!!! Absolutely all !!.I will cry and grief and mourn. I will try do it as the Lord commands, with the strong faith that I will see you  again on resurrection morning . Adieu Skay ❤
Be Comforted Mr Dee!
Posted by Peter Folikwe on July 7, 2021
Rest on Schola.
So difficult for Siba & I to say to you, however our consolation is 1Thes 4:13-14:

“But I do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning those who have fallen asleep, lest you sorrow as others who have no hope. For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus.”
‭‭I Thessalonians‬ ‭4:13-14‬ ‭NKJV‬‬

Till we all meet gloriously at His wonderful feet someday.
Once again, continue to rest on in His bosom.
Posted by Omolola Ayangbayi on July 5, 2021

You left too soon, Schola. This was not how we planned it. I still have your last voice note from Mother’s Day.

My grief ran so deep that I didn’t want to let anyone into it. You were so dear to me that being comforted felt like a triviality. And nothing about you was trivial, Schola. So, I didn’t want to be consoled. I didn’t want to receive condolence messages. But on the flip side, I wanted everyone to grieve with us because how could they not be mourning that the earth has lost the blessing you were? How could life be going on as usual? I wished I could shake everyone I saw and say to them, “do you not know that Schola has left us”?

I desperately wanted to wake up to find that your being gone was an unpleasant dream. But alas, Heaven chose to keep you. God, in His unending mercies, has brought some comfort to my heart, and I feel encouraged knowing that you’re with Him. Eventually, we’ll all be alright.

Writing this tribute is hard, Schola.

Thank you for coming to visit me all those times in Gowon Estate, when I was home alone. I remember how we would gist about everything and nothing. I remember standing in front of Neighbourhood Pharmacy and gisting away with you. And when I came to Dundee, you made my visit a lovely one. Schola, you were such a genuine soul and the times we spent together were always fun and productive.

Thank you for teaching me how to do my make-up when you came in 2016. Those shoes you bought me when BHS was closing down? I’ll guard them closely! I still have the Mary Kay facial masks you used to so generously send to me. Who would do that now?

There are so many things I would love to thank you for, but I’ll save them for when we meet at the Master’s feet someday. Thank you for coming into our lives. We think about you every day. Anu wanted to hear your voice the other day, so I replayed one of your voice notes for her. We miss you, Schola.

Your matter-of-factness, even in hilarious moments, was so endearing. Your genuineness, gutsiness, and lively spirit set you apart, Schola. You lived in the truest sense of the word! This, and knowing that you are now free from all earthly limitations, brings me some comfort.

You fought the good fight. You finished the course, and you kept the faith. You had to go get your crown of righteousness—I understand.

Indeed, precious in the sight of God is the death of His saints.

Till we meet again, my beloved sister and friend.
Posted by Evelyn Enaboifo on July 5, 2021
Your death has made me realise the importance of keeping in touch with your loved ones and not taking any time for granted.

Thanks for checking up on me. You are greatly missed.

Adieu sis
Posted by Bettina Davilmar on July 4, 2021
Ademola, Tomisin and Toyosi: My mother Nicole, my son Isaac, my sisters and I, send you our sincere and deepest condolences in the passing of your wife and mother. We send our love and prayers your way. We know that our Heavenly Father is taking care of you and the girls! Never forget that your strength comes from the Lord and that our God is Faithful. He will never leave you and will always be with you.

I have been reminiscing on the friendship I had with our dear Scholastica. I can never forget first meeting Scholastica and Demola at the Civic hospital where Toyosi and Isaac (newborns) were receiving care in the NICU. Their beds were side by side. That is where we met and became friends and have been inseparable ever since.

Scholastica, was not just a friend but a sister to me. I have so many fond memories of our times together. We celebrated our children's birthdays together, laughed together, and even shared your last evening in Ottawa together in our home before your family flew to Fort Mc Murray several years ago. Scholastica, how can I forget our long phone calls together laughing, and praying for one another. My mother still remembers seeing Tomisin at her elementary school where she worked as a nurse. Tomisin, always greeted her with such life and a great big smile! My mother sends her love to Demola and the girls.
Thank you Demola for supporting and loving Scholastica with such powerfully deep love. The Lord bless you.

Scholastica, you will forever be in our hearts. I love you my dear sister...until we meet again!
Posted by Bankole Temitope on July 4, 2021
We have happy memories of the godly, but the name of a wicked person rots away. - Proverbs 10:7 NLT

Scholastica, a true friend indeed and in need. I have been reflecting on our childhood years in the past weeks. I wish I could turn the hand of the clock, but God knows best, no one can question Him.

I celebrate a beautiful soul inside out, always bubbling with life. I met you in G.C.A in 1991 and we became inseparable. You're always ready to give your all, very selfless. One of the things I learnt from you was courage. You sailed through various storms in life, but you always kept strong through it all. Your love for God is deep & pure. The first friend to invite me to a church. Always supportive inspite of the distance.

My mum still finds it hard to believe she won't be able to speak to you again.

God Almighty will continue to strengthen and comfort your dear husband Demola, your daughters, sisters, family & friends. We love you, but God loves you most.

Heaven as gained a wonderful soul. Rest on beloved, till we meet to part no more.

Posted by Pina Abubakar on June 29, 2021
Scholastica Chukwudumebi,

I choose not to mourn you but rather celebrate you my dear friend from childhood.Jovial and always  one to keep in touch.You are in a better place with the most high free of all pains.
Your girls, your sisters and Demola especially will be proud of you.
Thank you Demola for loving Schola UNCONDITIONALLY!
God bless you all and give you all the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss!
Sleep on my dear friend!
Posted by Edwin Rideout on June 29, 2021
Ademola, Tomisin and Toyosi, the TEAMS @ the Family Christian Centre and the Legacy Counselling Centre sends you our sincere love and assure you of our constant prayer during this season of your lives. As a TEAM Scholastica's beautiful spirit will every remain with us. Her constant reference to the manner you, Ademola, honoured her and doted left an imprint deep in our hearts. Her incredible love for you all was very evident. We believe that God will heal your broken hearts; joy will come in the morning! You will meet again in God's glorious and eternal kingdom! We love you deeply: Pastor's Edwin & Rhoda Rideout, and the TEAM.
Posted by Edith Chinnah on June 26, 2021
Our dear Scholastica, words have failed me!
Where do I begin to star from?? O my God!!
Way back in Dundee Scotland, I remembered the first day Demola brought you to our home in Dundee , & we just got on straight away, till your wedding day in 2006 my daughter was amongst your flowers girls, the night before your wedding we all had a great evening,& on your wedding day , it was a beautiful and fabulous celebration of two people who were really in love. Totally enjoyed it . The children and I went back to England not until 2017, you all visited with the beautiful daughters that God blessed you guys with& boy oh boy we all had a great time together ! What a happy reunion! Scholastica, you never enter a place quietly, your beauty radiate a room. You are full of life and God blessed with a heart ❤️ of Gold.
My husband and I were in shock when we had of your passing. Sleep on dear girlfriend until we meet to part no more.
I pray that our Good Lord will continue to send His comfort and Angels of protection to your beloved family ( Demola and the girls.
Continue to rest in perfect peace Amen 
By Dr. Tudor I. Chinnah and Mrs Edith Chinnah and family from England 
Posted by Munis Adekunle on June 25, 2021
Aunty this one hit very hard. Life has not been the same, the pain in unbearable. Thank you for everything, I am who I am today because God put people like you in my life. I’d keep trying maybe one day the sorrow would become bearable.
Posted by Christine Ogwuda on June 25, 2021

Oh Schola, how I wish the Lord had given me a chance to have spoken to you one more time before he called your spirit up to him. My husband and I were shocked and shaken when we were told by your husband that you had left us.

My family were reminiscing the times when you and Demola lived in Dundee. You meant a lot to me and my children. The kids would always remember the fun times you and Demola had with them, taking them out to the park, spending the weekends in your flat and enjoying your famous jollof rice.

I remember your wedding day (9th September 2006) you looked so beautiful, and the sun was really shining that day. It was really a day to remember. When you guys left Dundee for Canada, the kids were devastated but also very happy for you both.
I was so happy to see the both of you move on in the next chapter of your lives and I was humbly honoured to be made Godmother of your firstborn Tomisin. I was furtherly overjoyed when I was told that you gave birth to your second child Toyosi.

I am so glad that you stayed in touch with us over the years. When my family and I saw you guys in London back in 2016 we were overjoyed, you had not changed at all. You were always so full of personality, full of laughs and joy and would always light up the room wherever you went. It was so great to see you guys come back to Dundee with the kids so we could spend time with you properly and make more memories together.

I really see you and Demola in those children and I am so happy and proud that you lived such a blessed and prosperous life. Oh, Schola as you rest peacefully with the Lord, my family and I just want to thank you for being a part of our lives. May God continue to bless and watch over your beautiful family and grant you sweet sleep my dear. Rest in peace Scholastica.

Engr, Dr. Olisanwendu Ogwuda, Mrs Christine Ogwuda & Family
Posted by Alex Vorobej on June 25, 2021
I was shocked to hear of Scholastica's passing. Harriet and I offer our deepest condolences to Ademola, Tomisin and Toyosi. I know that Scholastica's light will continue to shine. She certainly had a positive impact on me. 
Posted by Amber Nelson on June 24, 2021
I am so blessed to have had the opportunity to meet you and your family. Thank you for sharing your culture, laughter and faith with me over the years. Your humility, strength, faith and fun-loving spirit lives on in your two beautiful girls.
Amber Nelson
Posted by olufemi olaleye on June 23, 2021
I bless God for the life you have lived and pray the good Lord, protect and console your family.
I have been playing back memories of us all growing up in Gowon estate ,church and after school lesson (GEC TUTORS) ,family parties and how much we are all still in contact till today.
Scholastica, you will be fondly remembered for your personality and principled nature.
Demola, the good lord will console and grant you and the kids fortitude to bear this loss .
Posted by Yems Tillman on June 23, 2021
My dear friend of over 32 years....Schola!!!!

I miss you, I am heartbroken and pained. I was so hoping to hear from you after my messages to you went unread for days. We prayed but God knows best!

Thank you for being a friend in the true sense of the word. Thank you for all the beautiful memories you've left us with, though this is still so fresh and surreal. 

I will never forget your exuberant self, from meeting you in the Igbo cultural dance group in elementary school to rocking high school with you... high school was fun with you in the clique! You lived life to the fullest!

No thanks to Covid & lockdowns, 2020 should have been the year of our planned reunion but....

Thank you for your last call to me on my birthday this year, if only I knew that was it, if only I knew!!

May your loved ones, Demola & the precious girls, Lynda, Ella & Lucia be comforted in the knowledge that you are with the Lord, resting and free from all the burdens & pains of this world.

Schola, sleep easy my beloved, you will forever be in my heart!

Posted by marcie fy on June 22, 2021
Shared By Mama Celia and sis Marcella

We were shocked when we heard that one of our prayer line leaders, Sister Scholastica
had passed.
She had a unique voice that no one could miss. Her prayer points always uplifted us.
Sister Scholastica had finished the work she came to do and she did it well.
Jesus has finished her place in that mansion , so He came and received her to himself.
Family members of our dear beautiful and gorgeous sister Scolastica.
We are with you in this test. You are not alone.
Weep not! She is not dead but sleeps.
May her sweet and gentle soul rest in perfect peace and may light perpetual shine on her.
Posted by Francis DK on June 22, 2021
I am still in disbelief/
I am still asking God why it was your turn to leave./
We are all sad Dumebi/
You touched all of our lives in ways you couldn't see/
Our family (Dikes) will always remember you as "the focal point that brought the wave of change"./
And it makes me proud to know that you held the torch and lit the flame./
Your name will never be forgotten,/
Your dreams will never be in vain./
I am deeply saddened that I didn't get the chance to say goodbye./
Life got in the way and now I wish I came to see you in Dubai/
I want you to know wherever you are, that your words of advice will always be close to my heart./
I can't really explain how I feel now but I thank God that in my life you were a part./
I am grateful that your family came to see us in Coventry in 2016/
You told me how proud you were of me and till today it means the world to me./
You also made an impression on my wife, she says to say goodbye./
We'll leave a candle on for you, in memory of a light that shone so bright./
I will never forget, the powerful prayer you said when my son lay helplessly in hospital bed.
In your words "Silver or Gold I have none but I will say a prayer instead" !
Big Sis, my son will grow to learn of his Big aunt who really cared.

Thank you for being you and I will miss you
Posted by Claudette Fidler on June 22, 2021
Ademola, Tomisin and Toyosi, the staff of École St. Paul School sends you love and prayers and our sincerest condolences in the loss of your wife and mother. As a staff we remember Scholastica as being beautiful, intelligent, well spoken and having a fierce love for her daughters. We are praying that God will heal your broken heart and bring you peace throughout this sad and sorrowful time.
Posted by Tega Johnson on June 22, 2021
I was so shocked to learn about your passing, Schola. I met you once when you and your family stopped by briefly to check on me with Ella on your way back from Niagara Falls, and you were so full of life. From what I learnt, you were a wonderful big sister and mother figure to your sisters. I would like to extend my sincere condolences to your family, you will be greatly missed. Sleep well, Schola.
Posted by Tolu A on June 20, 2021
It's been very difficult for me to write this, but I draw strength from the fact that you are resting in the bossom of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, because it is evident that you lived for Christ. I pray that God Almighty will grant your loved ones the fortitude to bear this loss. God Almighty will continue to keep and protect your husband and the beautiful girls you left behind.

I will miss our visits, phone calls, messages and so many memories that we shared together with our families.

You lived a life worthy of God's calling.

Rest peacefully Schola.
Posted by Tsoya Jose on June 20, 2021
I did not have the opportunity to meet Scholastical personally, but as a member of Push, l recall her voice and smiling face always. Scholastica was filled with strong anointing whenever she was on the prayer calls. Eternal rest unto her soul forever and praying for God's continuous comfort for her beloved family and communities.
Posted by Busola Oghumu on June 20, 2021
Schola o…..I’m still so touched for words and I can’t believe that you’ve left us so soon. I’m confident that your departure is not a loss, as you’ve touched lives in so many meaningful ways that’s words aren’t even enough to express.

I’m filled with so many beautiful memories of our friendship, your laughter, your tenacity and zeal for life. Your love for your family and passion for the things of God.

Thanks so much for your friendship and genuine care for my family and others. Even when we don’t speak for a while, you’re quick to check in and our conversation just continues from where we left off.

I’ll miss that so much… and these memories will continue to be a source of comfort for us all and I pray that God will continue to strengthen Demola and the girls and garrison their hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.

Posted by Jumoke Koleoso on June 20, 2021
Sister Scholastica will be greatly missed in the PUSH family. You were a great leader, leading us to pray and always with all enthusiasm. The Lord will keep your entire family and comfort all of us. Rest on my sister, till we meet to part no more!
Posted by Olanrewaju Oginni on June 20, 2021
I write this with great sadness over the unimaginable loss of a dear friend.

Schola was loving and real, thoroughly genuine.

She was a committed wife to ‘demola and a wonderful mother to her girls.

Sleep on Schola and rest eternally.

Till we meet again.

Posted by Amaka Chijioke on June 19, 2021
Hmm Schola, it's so difficult to imagine that your vabriant voice, laughter and zeal for life is so sudden gone from us. I can't imagine how Demola feels and the children left behind. But I am assured that you are resting in the bosom of the Lord. Grateful for a life spent serving God. Sleep on sis till we meet at the Lord's feet.
Posted by Iyore Jeeuorobo on June 20, 2021
Hello sis scholastic. I have not metyou about thank you for all you do for push . You are such a beautiful woman and a lovely person. I still remember your beautiful voice when you song.Sorry to hear of your loss.We send our condolences to the family. Matthew 5:4 . Comfort will come.Blessed are those who mourn the they will be comforted.During the time of mounting,we often lose sight of a lot of things in our lives that can provide comfort and strength.
Posted by Arnold Lake on June 19, 2021
Hello Sis. Scholastica
I have never met you in person but your voice through praying sessions has blessed me and so many. You lived a life of service to His word and leave behind your legacy for many to follow. We can’t question God for He knows best. May mother earth rest gently on you and may the Angels welcome you with sweet choruses. Sleep on and take your rest as your race was well run.
Posted by Temitope Otasanya on June 19, 2021
Dear Sis. Scholastic
Your commitment to our PUSH family is worth acknowledging. You were a dedicated leader Thank God for a life well lived. We miss you sis.
Posted by Sheeja Vimalan on June 19, 2021
I was so saddened to hear about Scholastica. We came to know each other through Maxien and your kids lessons with me made you more closer than ever. I always remember how much you were concerned about your kids and their studies. Never seen a Mom like you who kept kids so close and well behaved. I know you will be missed terribly, but she was a very lucky women to live such a beautiful life and have you guys to love and support her. God has his plans and we believe He loves her more than us and He will take care of her. Rest In Peace. You will be deeply missed.
With Sympathy and love.
Posted by Jane Alpha on June 19, 2021
Sister Scholastica, the invaluable roles you rendered in PUSH (Giant Within Ministries) shall never go unnoticed. We remain ever grateful and are assured that you are resting with the Lord.
Posted by Peace Olatunde on June 19, 2021
Scholastica I was hoping and looking forward to seeing you, our beautiful grand children, and your loving husband Demola. Only to be informed of your sudden departure. It shocked me but our solace is in the Almighty God whose bossom you are peacefully resting. The holy spirit our helper, our comforter, and our guide will uphold, strengthen, and comfort our dear son Demola, your loving children, and our entire family members and friends in Jesus mighty name.

Adieu our loving wife from Aunty Ekpo.
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