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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Tinuolade Adekoya. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Beaskol sisters Club on April 24, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MRS TINUOLA ADEKOYA

   We received the very sad, rude and shocking news of the passing on of our dear sister, friend and current President of BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB, Mrs Tinuolade Adekoya on the 16th April 2021.
Many of us came to know Mrs Adekoya when she joined the club in 1986. She had been a very friendly, loving, caring, honest, loyal, down to earth, boisterous and full of life lady. She would change the atmosphere of the occasion as soon as she entered the place.
Mrs Adekoya became the President of our club in 2011 and remained so until her passing on recently. She contributed to the development and growth of the club as a member and later as our President.
Mrs Adekoya was a devoted wife and loving, caring and doting mother of her children and grand children. She always wanted the best for her children.
Mrs Tinuola Adekoya will be sorely missed by all who knew her especially her dear family members, friends and members of the BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB.
We pray that God Almighty will forgive her short comings and grant her soul eternal rest. We also pray that God will console and comfort her husband, children, grand children, siblings and all family members, friends and us all that she left behind to mourn her.
We pray that we will all meet again on the Resurrection Day in Jesus Christ mighty name. Amen.

FROM BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB MEMBERS.
Mrs Caro Bello Aromire;  Mrs Tokunbo Daodu;
Mrs Shade Onilogbo;     Alhaja Kudi Lamina;
Mrs Funmi Agunloye;     Alhaja Bola Giwa;
Kemi Adeyinka.
Posted by Sherifat Onilogbo on April 24, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MRS TINUOLA ADEKOYA

   We received the very sad, rude and shocking news of the passing on of our dear sister, friend and current President of BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB, Mrs Tinuolade Adekoya on the 16th April 2021.
Many of us came to know Mrs Adekoya when she joined the club in 1986. She had been a very friendly, loving, caring, honest, loyal, down to earth, boisterous and full of life lady. She would change the atmosphere of the occasion as soon as she entered the place.
Mrs Adekoya became the President of our club in 2011 and remained so until her passing on recently. She contributed to the development and growth of the club as a member and later as our President.
Mrs Adekoya was a devoted wife and loving, caring and doting mother of her children and grand children. She always wanted the best for her children.
Mrs Tinuola Adekoya will be sorely missed by all who knew her especially her dear family members, friends and members of the BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB.
We pray that God Almighty will forgive her short comings and grant her soul eternal rest. We also pray that God will console and comfort her husband, children, grand children, siblings and all family members, friends and us all that she left behind to mourn her.
We pray that we will all meet again on the Resurrection Day in Jesus Christ mighty name. Amen.

FROM BEASKOL SISTERS CLUB MEMBERS.
Mrs Caro Bello Aromire;  Mrs Tokunbo Daodu;
Mrs Shade Onilogbo;     Alhaja Kudi Lamina;
Mrs Funmi Agunloye;     Alhaja Bola Giwa;
Kemi Adeyinka.
Posted by TOSIN STELLA BAKARE on April 24, 2021


Isaiah 57 vs 1&2

Good people pass away;
the godly often die before their time.
But no one seems to care or wonder why.
No one seems to understand
that God is protecting them from the evil to come.
For those who follow godly paths
will rest in peace when they die.




It has taken me time to get myself to write a tribute. I am still asking Gina, is it true? I am still asking myself, is it a joke? Aunty your death is painful but we cannot question our Maker.
You lived well. You did your best. You were bold, firm and forthright.
You always wanted the best for everyone.
As a believer, i am comforted with the knowledge that you are resting with your Father in heaven.
It is so tough for me to go back ,to recount our days in the Bank , you made it a fun place to work at but i pray for God's comfort for Uncle, the Children, grandchildren and entire family.
Goodnight Aunty.
Your memory will surely live on...

From your "aburo"
TOT
Posted by Tina Bakare on April 22, 2021
Mrs Adekoya - your death came as a shock when my younger sister- Gina called me last week . I was actually about to send you a congratulatory message on the 9 th birthday celebration of one of your grand children . I still can’t believe you are gone . I am going to miss all the prayers , words of encouragement , joy and laughter we share on the phone and when we meet at parties.
May God grant your husband, children, grand children , friends and family the grace to bear the loss . May your soul rest in perfect peace my dear sister. Amen
Posted by Taiwo Olowu on April 22, 2021
'Death is a necessary end that will come when it will come' - William Shakespeare

Mrs. Adekoya, yours came at a time most unexpected! May the good Lord comfort your grieving family and friends. The Lord in His infinite mercy shall grant you eternal repose. You shall be greatly missed.
Posted by Biodun Kolawole on April 22, 2021
Aunty you left this sinful world without saying a goodbye your sudden departure came to me as a rude shock you are dependable loyal but firm. but our loss is heaven gained I know you are in a better place with the saints now singing hallelujah hallelujah adieu mama Biola
Posted by Ifeoluwa Ife-abidakun on April 22, 2021
REST IN PEACE MA...
Posted by Oluwatoyin Balogun on April 22, 2021
Words fail me at this time as your passing came as a rude shock to me. ‘Mama’ as I fondly called you, not only visited me at my time of sorrow and pain of loosing a daughter, but constantly kept sending texts with prayers and words of comfort. The day you visited me would forever be remembered in my household as you made everyone laugh including me and prayed for us. You have always shown me love and treated me like a daughter and so your passing is very painful as there were no good byes. You were very firm and stood your ground in the place of fairness at the work place. I pray that the Great Comforter our God would comfort your entire family and grant them the fortitude to bear this painful loss. Mama, may your soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Adekunle Ajamagbiso on April 22, 2021
It came like a thunderbolt reading from Gina these words" Kunle we lost Mrs Adekoya this afternoon ". It was the most devastating news this year, the next question was " which Mrs Adekoya? I placed a call thru to MOC, her neighbor who confirmed it, I still didn't believe until MOC informed me that her body has been moved to the morgue, it then dawned on me that it's true. My last gist with you was on the 26th of March 2021(your birthday) when you splashed your pictures joyfully on Facebook!!!, little did I know that you were bidding this sinful world bye bye.
Mrs A and mama Man U as I fondly call you, your stay on planet earth was brief, but quite eventful, you are a disciplinarian and you often stand on the side of truth not minding whose ox is gored, you say it as it is, that's vintage Mrs A. You treated me with utmost respect calling me" my brother "at work and even at social gatherings.
We suddenly realize we are both fanatics of football, while you are a Man UTD fan, I am for Arsenal, I taunt u and Alhaji Adenola whenever Man Utd didn't do well, while you both also take me to the cleaners whenever Arsenal falters.
Sad,Sad,Sad, I still can't process it that Mrs A is gone, but we take consolation in the word of God that admonished us not to mourn as people who do not have hope, and that in all situations we should give thanks. I thank God for the life you lived. My thoughts goes to your family particularly your children and grandchildren who would have loved to still have you around.
We love you , but God loves you more.
Sleep on Mrs A till that resurrection morning when we shall all meet to part no more.
Rest In Peace Mrs Tinuolade Adekoya.


Posted by Bola Solanke on April 22, 2021
Iya Adekoya as popularly called by our CBCLN family. We will greatly missed you, your love, care & discipline. Your speech without fear. Bitter truth at times when we found it tough to swallow. You are an encourager & solution provider. When you are in love with one, it intoxicated.
You are the first contact for my ever first permanent employment, how can I forget you? How can the story of my life be completed without your name being mentioned. You always made a land mark in the life of whoever you come across.

We loved you but your creator loved you most. In most of the cbcln gathering, when you arrived, topics & interaction changed.

You will forever be missed my boss , sister in law turned blood sister.

Farewell sister till resurrection day daughter of Zion.
Posted by Iyabo Opeyemi-Oyeneye on April 21, 2021
Mummy the news of your sudden demise was a very heart broken for me, I have promised to come and see you all this while which I never have chance to do So, how I wish I can turn the hand of the clock just to see your face again. You will be greatly missed, rest in the bossom of your maker mummy.
Posted by Adegbola Opeyemi on April 20, 2021
Hmmm mummy Adekoya, my big mummy, i still find it difficult to believe you are no more, you were a problem solver, you took my mum like your own biological sister. On the 3rd of April you were at my wedding, you told me whenever I come to Lagos I should come for my gift not knowing that will be the last day I will be seeing you mummy. May your soul continue to rest in peace, my action mummy, my no nonsense mummy, you will forever be in our ❤️. Rest on mummy .
Posted by Bunmi Ogunbayo on April 20, 2021
Mummy...O ga o. Just like that, no more of your encouraging posts, messages, calls and witty conversations. You made your mark Ma. A huge one.

You opened your arms and heart to welcome your children's friends like your own children. Your home was a haven, a 2nd home and a fun spot for many of us.

You were so concerned about us, gave us advice to help us move ahead. I learnt from how you taught
and encouraged your children on the value of work and entrepreneurship. You were also quick to correct us when you saw fit. We knew to behave ourselves

Thank you Ma. Thanks for your love and support.

My last conversation with you Ma....hmm...I know the Lord will do a great thing, and by His Grace, you will witness His Goodness...even if not on this side of eternity.

Rest in God's Peace and Power Ma. We love you
Posted by Bola Kayode on April 20, 2021
YOU WERE MUMMY TO EVERYBODY!! Your home was my home away from home, I was so often in your house unannounced! Sometimes Biola would come back home with 5-6 girlfriends in tow and you wouldn't even blink. The pot of soup was always open to hungry teenagers whenever we showed up. Bless you ma.
Indeed a pillar, a warrior, an amazon has gone on to be with the Lord. Sleep well
Posted by Nike Adebanwo on April 20, 2021
Unquestionable God! Hmmmm..... Kabio kosi, Kabiyesi Eledumare! The Lord Giveth and He Taketh. Tinu, a dear Sister, beautiful in and out, very loving, caring and hilarious. Iya oge of Surulere and Ikorodu. A virtuous woman with a large heart. Eternal rest grant unto her I pray Thee oh Lord . Amen!
Posted by Anthony Odunlami on April 20, 2021
Our sincere condolences to the family of Tinuolade Adekoya. The demise of our sister, friend Tinuolade Adekoya was a hard one for us all to swallow. Your life was great exemplary of what our Lord Jesus Christ teaches us to do, by loving your neighbor as you love yourselves. Your true love for everybody was very evident.
Every individual that you came across during your lifetime was treated as if they’re part of your family. You loved everybody equally. Your honesty and generosity were unquestionable.
We were all very lucky to have had Tinuolade in our lives and as much as she will be missed by us all, her memory will be with us forever. Sleep tight, we love you but God loves more. RIP.
From The Odunlami's.
Posted by Olubukola Ayeni on April 19, 2021
My dearest aunty,
You will be sincerely missed, you took my family in as yours. You helped us with everything you had in our time of need, you were such a rare gem. We love and miss you so much but God loves you more... REST ON IN THE LORD'S BOSSOM.
Posted by Taiwo Keshinro on April 19, 2021
It was a rude shock when my twin sister broke the news of the demise of Mrs Adekoya aka Mummy Biola. Like a floodgate, memories of the time shared flooded my consciousness. Mrs Adekoya was more than a band member of Anna's band with my mom. She was always there for us and ever willing to make herself available. I remember during the planning of my wedding, she constantly proffered solutions and on the fateful day, she was on ground before the event kicked-off. She was that selfless. It is without a doubt that she will be missed greatly.
It is my prayer that God will grant the entire family the fortitude to bear this huge loss. Amen.
Rest in peace Mrs Adekoya.
Posted by OLAFISAYO OGUNBIYI-BADARU on April 19, 2021
Dear Mummy Adekoya,
I am completely speechless, how do I explain that I was at your home for the first time to celebrate your birthday with you a few weeks ago but now you sing with the saints. I met you on the phone some years back through your daughter Sister Abiola , and you took to me immediately . You would always bring me materials and things anytime you travel. You always prioritize my luggage even when I didn’t pay for extra luggage. Dearest Mummy, we will miss you so much especially your prayers . Thank you for touching our lives in a special way. May you sleep well in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Abiodun Ojugbele on April 19, 2021
My sincere condolences. Tinuolade was a remarkable and a great friend, her passing was tragic. May the perpetual light of God shine upon her and may God give those she left behind fortitude to bear the departure . Tinuolade even though you’re gone your memory will live on forever. RIP
Posted by Adebimpe Balogun on April 19, 2021
My dear Tinuolade my name sake. To say you will be missed is an understatement. Starting our set WhatsApp group in May 2015 was a journey that brought so many of us together after almost 50 years of leaving school and not seeing each other at all. You immediately became a live wire and was prompt to advise, challenge, encourage, protest and or encourage as you deem fit. I cherish your candor and our late night discussions on what should or should not be done. I pray our Father in heaven grant you sweet repose until the day of judgement. I do not know what to say to your loved ones children grandchildren but I ask my Heavenly Father to wrap them all in His warm embrace and meet them at all their points of need in Jesus Name Amen
Posted by Yori Omojesu on April 19, 2021
Tinuolade omo SHOBOWALE aya Adekoya, my darling friend/sister. You will surely be missed. I have been asking why since I heard the news. I'm praying for the Grace of God and fortitude for your children and all the people you touched their hearts by being uniquely YOU. Sleep in peace in the bosom of the Lord until Resurrection Day Ore. Missing you bad. Your dear SANWO EKO.
Posted by ADESHOLA OKUNOWO on April 19, 2021
Tinuolade my darling sister and friend ,you will forever be in my heart.
Adieu ! Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Josephina Joseph on April 19, 2021
*WHEN A BEAUTIFUL SOUL RETURNS HOME....!*

*Our beloved Tinuolade has returned home to the loving embrace of her beloved Father and Saviour, away from earthly cares, burden, troubles, heartaches and worries! Being away from us makes us sad, empty and lonely*. *Let us remember that our Father in heaven has promised us a rousing welcome home!*
*Let us surrender to the awesomeness of our unquestionable but loving Father*
*Kabi o ko si*
*He is always good and worthy of our adoration. To our friend Tinuolade the night has come, she can work no more but return home to sweet repose and rest* *Our Tinuolade has worked, completed her assignment and returned to rest*to join the heavenly congregation and behold God face to face*

*What a delight! Tinuolade*
*Enjoy your new abode, rest in God’s presence*!
Tinuolade you are thoroughly missed in our group. It can never be as lively and humourous. You were always saying your mind without waiting for anyone's opinion. Yours is like take it or leave it. We enjoyed your company. Fun starts only when you gracefully arrive Tinuolade. Your exit among us is indeed a breaking news.
Sleep well my beloved friend. I loved you buy God loves you more.
Posted by Funmi Adeyemi on April 19, 2021
Dear mummy!
I remember all your words of encouragement all the time. You showed so much love and care each time we saw or spoke. We will definitely miss you but we are rest assured that you are in a better place with the Lord who loves you more. You will be forever remembered. Rest in peace mummy!

Funmi A
Posted by Yomi Sowunmi on April 17, 2021
Words have failed me.
A fun - loving ,warm, kindhearted Sister who always looked out for others.
You lived well so Sister sleep well.
I will really miss you and thank you for touching my life.
We'll surely meet again in Jesus Name.
You are loved even in death.
Posted by balogun akinola on April 17, 2021
Rest In Peace.
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Posted by Abimbola Alabi on May 14, 2021
Mama Biola! Mrs Adekoya!

You opened up your home and heart to me for 6 years....in fact i was child no 5. You were real....as real as they come - entrepreneurial, sarcastic, funny and fashionable. The night of tributes said it.

It was always in my subconscious that I will see you again (and explain myself) but God had better plans in mind.

My love and thoughts go out to the whole family and I pray that you rest in perfect peace
Posted by PETRO STAR OILGAS on May 13, 2021
Life is a short run, home is the long run!

The things we do here on earth, will always echo in eternity.


Rest , mom...rest peacefully!

Now, the journey is ours to continue, and your teachings will always make us different.

Adieu, mommy!

We'd surely see again when we get there...

To the entire family...I pray for strength and fortitude...be consoled, rejoice in the lord and give thanks for a life well spent.


~Deji A. P.
Posted by Derin Ris on May 9, 2021
HA, Mama Biola!! I'm STILL reeling from the shock of your passing that it's taken me so long to write a tribute....as Bunmi's "second" mummy in Unilag Campus, she ALWAYS spoke of you, and over the years, Abiola has been my aburo...(Bunmi's "twin" sister!) ....and you have become family for over TWO decades...You and 'Biola usually organise our "Naija functions".... and recommend the best vendors for ANY occasion...especially since we're not here. I video called with you the last time you were at Biola's and we promised to see before I leave...to celebrate your birthday and catch up. Barely two weeks later....you were gone!! The Sunday before, we were at mum's in Ikorodu and most of our conversation was about you being such a matriarch and helper to everyone... seeing the evidence of your blessings to us in the living room. I also mentioned that I'd spoke with you and was planning to meet you up later....ALAS!! It wasn't meant to be!! I feel like the rug was pulled from under my feet. We just have to try to understand that God permitted you to go home like this. You were SO full of life, with a "wikid" sense of humour and no- nonsense attitude towards things. I will take comfort from our last video call. Breezing in and out.... Continue to Rest in Peace in the bosom of your Saviour, Jesus Christ....until Resurrection day when we will meet again as you Rise in GLORY! Sun re o....Maaa Biola....Mama rere!! ️

Nwene Morris (nee Chinda)
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