Let the memory of Temitayo be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Temitayo Ojesanmi (nee Ayeni) . We will remember her forever.
Posted by Mojisola Folarin Jsc on 19th March 2019
Dear Tayo Ayeni Blue girl while we were at Akure you had a charming smile and always ready to help May God grant your soul eternal rest amen and comfort your families and friend's we miss you Don't forget your children
Posted by IfeOluwapo Ayeni on 13th March 2019
Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would be writing this for you. Your exit from this world has left a hugh vacuum for us all. You were so close and readily available 24/7 that I naively assumed you would be here with me, us forever. You cared so much for my career growth and prayed earnestly that I would meet my better half, I didn't worry half as much as you did sef :). You would joke continuously that "a to kan e oluko Jesu" as I yabbed you in your pregnant state. You knew your God given gift was your ability to connect with both young and old, rich and poor and you used it to influence people to be the best they can be. Everyone who wanted to have a pound of you did in good measure, there was no room for jealousy. Our Mrs. FixIt, no obstacle remained as one, there was always a way around it. Our 'Alan Shearer ', everyone must have an equal and fair share #ifyouknowyouknow. Mrs. Eloquent, I marvel at how you keep everyone's attention during conversations and presentations, it is never a dull moment. Mrs. Organizer, we can always trust you to have records of events and financials. You were professional in all your dealings. Your environmental projects were executed to time, within scope and to the delight of the project team and your clients. When the mantle of leadership fell on you at a young age, you faced it head-on and did not renege. You were humble enough to seek advice from anyone you felt could help, whether younger or older than you. I miss you everyday, it feels like a dream. When people offer condolence to us, I just smile and wonder if it is really us they are sympathizing with? I play back events of the last 4 weeks and safely conclude its time travel. From our conversations, you never thought you had made such a significant impact in the society. You faced your major fear of integrating with the city of Port Harcourt as you relocated and you aced it sis; walking with God that is... the testimonials say it all. I am comforted knowing God has given you Eternal Rest away from the struggles of life. I earnestly pray that to all of us who are deeply hit by your painful exit, God would pour the double portion of your anointing as he did Elisha upon Elijah's translation to Heaven. Your legacy lives on! Adieu My Sister and Friend
Posted by Ayodele Oyinlade on 3rd March 2019
My dearest sister that I have know since the time of LMS church in Ilupeju, I fondly call you Sister T. I was shocked and short of words when I stumbled accross the news of you demise on facebook. You are so gifted and always full of life. I will miss you my dearest sister T. May the good Lord continue to uphold those you left behind.
Posted by Elkanah Chukwu on 23rd February 2019
Haaa... my friends' sister. I think we had very minimal contacts. It pains me to hear of early demises, however we give Glory to God. Everything will be fine and Jesus Christ our Savior will continually be with us. Seyi and Ife, please take heart, all is well.
Posted by Olajumoke Leduwe on 21st February 2019
The news of your passage is still a rude shock to me and I find it so hard to fathom but this is what I would say concerning your life and death according to Psalm 71:7-8 NLT My life is an example to many, because you have been my strength and protection. That is why I can never stop praising you; I declare your glory all day long. Most truly and assuredly, TEMITAYO OJESANMI (nee AYENI), YOU WERE A GREAT WONDER AND EXAMPLE TO MANY DURING YOUR LIFE TIME! Goodnight Tayo, continue to rest in the hands of the Almighty till we meet again at Jesus' feet, my sister and friend. .
Posted by Oluwatosin Solademi on 21st February 2019
Hmmm still can’t comprehend ... oh death where is thy sting! Why do good people die .... I didn’t really have a close contact with you( me being an introvert) but I knew you were a good person, I admired you from afar, calm ,loving and easy going. a go-getter! Ever smiling... Lots of beautiful and great testimonies about you! God you are unquestionable o ! Lord please console the family and grant the fortitude to bear this great Loss! Rest on sis till the resurrection morning.
Posted by Folake Adaramola-Awoniyi on 21st February 2019
Tayo Ayeni (Mrs. Ojesanmi) was so full of life and always smiling. I've been sounding Hmmmm ever since I received this bad news of your early demise whenever I remember. I've read so much testimonies about you which makes me so happy, you've done so well dear sister. Lord Jesus please give us the grace to do our part well before calling us home . May the good Lord care for your little babies. Goodnight dear till we meet at Jesus feet.
Posted by Nnenna Nwakanma on 20th February 2019
She lived well. We sang at LMS choir together. I recall the hard days.. practicing for our concert. Then the day we had a meal at the Ayeni's. Last we saw, was in London. She lived well. She laughed well. She loved well. She gave life her best shot. It was a blessing that God gave Tayo to us. To God be ALL the glory for a life well lived. It is well.
Posted by Kayode Kolawole on 20th February 2019
Only God know why, Sister Tayo is always full of smiles, very caring too God will comfort everyone
Posted by Titilayo Fabiyi on 20th February 2019
Hmmm oh death where is thy sting, sister Tayo was a rare gem I met her when I got married into d family but she a true definition of a Christian humble and down to earth I believe u are in a better place may God console us all,am still in shock.adeiu sister
Posted by Bridget Harrison on 20th February 2019
Temitayo, my ever laughing sister, those sincere dimples from cheek to cheek; you thought me how to set alarm round the clock to whisper prayers continually, your phrase “no wahala” rings, your agility and strenght... oh wow!!! Ooju tí èsù.
Posted by Julius Julius on 20th February 2019
We met officially at your sisters wedding in Lagos, and subsequently at LMS Church. I remember Seyi telling me you and him were responsible for the pay I was receiving from the church then for playing the keyboard for the church. I cherished our talk time and your benevolence. You will really be missed. Adieu Tayo!!!
Posted by Ifejorlah Lolu on 19th February 2019
Dearest Sis Tayo! Words fail me but I’d try. You never treated anyone with disdain. You were so kind and humble. I recall our gists. We would gist like we were mates because you never made me feel like I was younger than you. You always had a smile ready for me . Since we’ll never again this side of heaven, I know there’s another meeting place somewhere in heaven by that shinning river of life. Where the charming roses bloom forever and where separations come no more. Since we’ll never meet again this side of heaven, I will meet you on that beautiful shore!
Posted by Bimbola Faminu on 19th February 2019
Temitayo....happy, boisterous, passionate and sincere. From the first time I met you at LMS in 2001 we became sisters and then I got adopted into the Ayeni Family. You loved God so much, you genuinely cared about people (even when you were mad at them). Tayo you were never afraid to speak the truth or stand for what you believed in. It's hard to take in that we no longer have you with us on this side. I want to be mad at God but I can't because I know He is good and loves you so very much. It hurts that your children won't get to enjoy you like we did. It hurts that I did not get to speak with you before you left. It hurts that I'll not be able to share gists with you anymore. It hurts Temitayo, oh how it hurts.... Now I pray God grants me the grace to live right so I can make heaven....so I can see you again and hug you tight. Until then, sleep well my beloved sister. You will be sorely missed.
Posted by Tiwaladé Abídoyè on 19th February 2019
Tayo, a sweet soul, easy to get along with and you can tell she has good vibes around her. One conversation I had with her was regarding externship in the UK. Even though she had little experience on the matter, she was sure that route had a positive impact...the passion with which she convinced me was in-depth. Never a dull moment with her...so much heart and soul. She is loved and missed. I pray God be with her husband and children especially. ❤️❤️❤️. One more face to look for in Heaven ❤️❤️❤️
Posted by Ayeni Oluwaseyi on 19th February 2019
Tem Tem. I will call her "Eeee-Tayooooo" and she will call me "Eeee-Seyi" I have 4 "eran", "I can 'fo' the gutter" - her funny English expressions when she was still little. We would make fun of her even when we had all grown and laugh hard about it. Tayo, my dearest sister!!! One in a million, ever advising and encouraging me to pray and do right. She was a devoted Christian, she strived hard for her salvation. She was brilliant and very creative. She was a goal-getter. An Entrepreneur. She employed me in her company when I was without a job in 2015. Through her I learnt Environmental Impact Assessment. CEO Eden Bloom Consulting and My Rachels Accessories. You will be missed. I promise to be there for Toluwaloju and Oluwasemilore. They will make you proud. You left the sinful world early by human standards, but according to heaven's timetable. I love you sis. Thank you for being a role-model to us.

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