This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Titi Akinwande, 40 years old, born on February 24, 1979, and passed away on April 6, 2019. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Akin Akinsowon on February 26, 2022
Words alone are not enough to express the pain of missing you. This vacuum remains unoccupied.

You`re dearly missed.
Posted by Abisola Fadayomi on February 25, 2022
My darling sister and friend with the forever beautiful smile, another birthday with the angels, we miss you still......
Posted by Adetomi Quadri on February 25, 2022
Titi, you are still sorely missed. You will always be missed until we meet again on that resurrection morning. Rest on dearly beloved.
Posted by Abisola Fadayomi on April 9, 2021
Another year.... keep resting in peace my darling sister.
Posted by Oluwaseun Akinwande on April 6, 2021
We remember you today and always, sister. Continue to sleep well
Posted by Dayo Fadayomi on February 24, 2021
Happy posthumous birthday to you my sister. It's painful you not here as we would have exchanged birthday wishes today. As I celebrate my birthday today, just want to appreciate your time while you here on earth. Keep resting in heaven
Posted by Anita Orhue on February 24, 2021
Another year gone by, as I reflect on the things that have happened since your departure. I realize that all that truly matter in this life is to fear God, do so much good as you can and depart from evil. As I listened to the countless comments made your family and friends during your SOS, I realize you had a beautiful personality and heart.
Till we meet again keep resting on ma.
Posted by Anita Orhue on April 7, 2020
Wow, how time flies. Continue to rest on ma, thank you for lighting up the world around you with your smile.
As i type this message i can still picture your face and that smile in my memory.
Till we meet again by the grace of God keep resting the bosom of the Father.
Posted by Taiwo Olatunde on April 7, 2020
It’s already been a year and I still can’t believe you’re gone Iyabo!
May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace.
My thoughts and prayer will forever be with your family and lovely kids.
May knowing you’re in the hearts and thoughts of others help them through this difficult time.
Posted by Nasir Olayinka on April 6, 2020
I wish RIP means return if possible, Iyabo! find peace.
Posted by Omobolaji Kubiangha on April 6, 2020
Dear Sis Titi,

It's a year you've been gone. We still miss you at at the babies' class .

May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace.

Posted by Olajumoke Odeyinde Olaley... on April 6, 2020
Rest in peace Iyabo! So meek and gentle, can't forget that smile easily.
When i heard of your exit, all I remembered was our last Whatsapp chat a few days to your demise.
Continue to rest on!
Posted by Ismail Subair on April 6, 2020
Keep resting in my friend.....
Posted by Oluwaseun Akinwande on November 18, 2019
Sleep on sister
Posted by Oluwaseun Olarewaju on April 24, 2019
I have dragged my foot, about writing a tribute to you Sister Titi because I can't believe you are truly gone. It is soooo heart breaking. I was not close to you but you took care of my girls when they were babies at the Light Factory. You loved them, you cared for them...and countless other children. My first encounter with you was during the women in Jubilee dinner few years back. You were so friendly and took me to the "omo obas" table and made sure I was comfortable. Since then, you had been very friendly and kind towards me and my daughter's. Sigh. The joy you radiate is too pure. I am so sorry you had to go this soon. I know you are in a better place. May God keep the angels you left behind. May He comfort them and strengthen them. May they always find help when they need it and reap the benefits of your loving nature. Till we meet again, in the Lord's bossom. Sleep well, Sis Titi.
Posted by Oluwafunke Alake-okuribid... on April 23, 2019
The first time i set my eyes on you at little lords and ladies school aguda you had a natural charming smile, so loving full of life always, still in shock just heard less than 30 mins ago over the phone! Hmm "What happened to Opemipo's mum in my little girl'svoice immediately i droped my phone. Speechlessss, what is this life that we are mindful of it!
Posted by Rotimi Famisa on April 13, 2019
Iyabo, death might have taken you from the earth, it can not take you from our hearts. My comfort is, death in Jesus Christ is gain Philippians 1:21
Posted by Oladapo Olatunde on April 12, 2019
We received the news of your demise with great shock! You were loved by all with your pleasant smile. If there was anything we could all do to have made you stay with us for a longer period we could have all jumped at such offer! Death came knocking at a time we all least expected. We love you but God loves you more Rip sis.
Posted by Taiwo Olatunde on April 11, 2019
I am deeply saddened by your tragic and unexpected death, Iyabo. It took me days and courage to log on to this page to post my tribute as am yet to come to terms of the news of ur passing.
You were a wonderful childhood friend just like a sister to me. You are kind, beautiful, loving and very intelligent young woman who was always full of life, laughter and fun.
You truly brought joy to all of those who were lucky enough to be around you. You were exceptionally brilliant, always the best academically in our class throughout our secondary & pry sch years, yet so humble and easy going.
I will miss you terribly. My love and prayers are with your family at this very sad time. May heaven grant your gentle soul eternal rest. Amen.
Posted by Abisola Fadayomi on April 11, 2019
I remember the first time cousin D brought you to our house to introduce you to my parents, you came into the house laughing and after you left that was all we could talk about. You were a joy carrier, my special friend Titilola!!!! Thank you for the 10 wonderful years you gave our family, thank you for the love and joy you gave cousin D, for the great care you took of mummy Ibadan and the 2 most wonderful and precious children you gave our family. We will miss you so much Iyabode, and we will always love you. May God give us the strength to weather this storm. Rest well in eternal glory sis.
Posted by Idoreyin Popoola on April 10, 2019
God bless and receive ur beautiful soul Sis Titi. U were warm and pleasant to all who had an encounter with u. I pray the Lord comforts Dele and the kids in a way only He can. Rest on from the pain and struggles of this world. Adieu Titi......
Posted by Adelusi Temitope on April 10, 2019
Rest in peace aunt! I remembered When I saw her last she was calm and gentle just like her mum. May God accept your gentle soul.
Posted by Dayo Fadayomi on April 10, 2019
Words have eluded me to describe how wonderful sis Iyabo was to me. She was soft spoken, wonderful, kind hearted, always smiling and ever cheerful. There was no dull moment with you and we shared the same birthday date. You always called every year and prayed specially whenever we marked this special day together. It's a rude shock to us all on your demise but I know that you are with the Lord and resting in his bosom. Adieu sis iyabo
Posted by Akinpelumi Adenola Bukola on April 10, 2019
IYB as popularly called your demise is a big shock to me . You will be forever missed . Rest on
at bossom of our Lord Jesus christ. Good night my sister from anoter mother.
Posted by Afonughe Tunmise-Pearse on April 10, 2019
Saying goodbye is always the hardest especially with an untimely demise as this.
I remember your smile,calm spirit, cheerful nature always ready to support and selfless service.
Good night dear sis, you will surely be missed.
May God comfort your family and grant you eternal rest.
Posted by Sanusi Saheed on April 9, 2019
Good night Iyabo, though is still noon.
I Pray you have eternal rest and all prayers for you sees you though.
Posted by Yewande Daniel on April 9, 2019
Never knew that the interhouse sport will be the last I would see you. You have gone to rest with your creator, RIP, till we all meet on the last day.
Heartfelt condolences to your family.
Posted by Precious Eterigho on April 9, 2019
I spoke to her few days before the news. She loved me so much I think she spoilt me... my growing up was beautiful because of Aunty “abo” I gave her the name “Aunty abo” because growing up that was the best way I could pronounce her name. She would always buy me supreme ice cream and Vick’s lemon plus. She is perfect and she had no “buts”! She was my small mummy because she would carry me about and I was always clingy. I love you so much Aunty abo and it saddens my heart I would write this.. but there is a consolation you are in a better place. Rest on my beautiful Aunty!! You will always remain in my heart!
Posted by Binta Lokoja on April 9, 2019
I'm still in denial that u re no more. I can't forget d day we saw few years after graduation, my car was almost brushing urs n all u muttered was there re kids in dis vehicle. Looking up I saw d lady who's usually full of smiles frowning then I called ur name, u looked up, saw me and d beam of smiles i still can't forget. U forgot d issue at hand and asked about my welfare, introduced me to ur hubby n kids and even told me u were returning from church. Sleep on d lady full of smiles. May the good Lord forgive ur shortcomings cos we ain't perfect and may He take care of d family u left behind. Hmmmmm it's well.
Posted by Oluwaseun Olaniyi on April 9, 2019
"What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you died, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget"
May God keep the family you leave behind. In Jesus name.
Seun and Shade Olaniyi.
Posted by Ismail Subair on April 9, 2019
Your untimely demise was and still a rude shock to me...…..I am really short of words but I know you are in a better place. Please rest in peace my friend and may the Lord Almighty give your family the fortitude to bear your loss....Amen
Posted by Oluseun Oladipo Opaleye on April 9, 2019
Haa, Iyabo the news of your demise is a great shock. May Almighty God grant you eternal Life and console the families and friends you left behind.
Posted by Olusola Sotunde on April 9, 2019
Iyabo mi, How do i write about you, the words to use are few because you are truly beautiful both in and out. I cannot write about you in past tense because you are forever alive since you only relocated to join the innumerable angels to encourage us to stay on the path of righteousness. Your voice is always laden with laughter, you are full of life and light. Each time I told you "thank you for beautifying my brother's life" you would burst out in laughter because you knew what I meant. I hear your voice clearly in my head and I will never forget our last conversation two days before the incident. There will be many opportunities to tell your beautiful children about your warmth and love. You are forever in our lives dear sister of my heart.
Posted by Gladys Omotuyole on April 9, 2019
Such a gentle soul, always smiling, even as far back as FUTMx, may your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Oluwaseun Afolabi on April 9, 2019
It's a sad day for all us- FUTMINNA2004. Your humility stands you out during our time in the university. Continue to rest in the lord. My sincere condolence to the family you left behind an may God Almighty continue to protect them.
Posted by Ademola Oshodi on April 9, 2019
Iyabo, you were gentle, amiable, full of life....your humble disposition and smiley face could soften a face as hard as a rock. You have made your impact while passing through this life, the onus is for the rest of us to live our lives for God while impacting humanity. May the Almighty God rest your soul in His peace and comfort your children and family.
Posted by Olawunmi Abioye on April 9, 2019
Iyabo , You are more than a beautiful soul , if only there is word better than beautiful. How I wish time can be rewind. Life is such an unpredictable thing. You have cause so much sadness to love ones. May God be with the people You left behind esp the two lovely children. Rest on Angel that came in human form.
Posted by Nasir Olayinka on April 9, 2019
Iyabo, your voice still reverberate in my hear. I remember your gentility like a dove. Your very harmless nature. Our days in FUT Minna history cannot be complete without you. You and Yejide epitomises what an ideal young lady should be. I never knew the day I saw you in Oshodi 12 years ago was going to be our last.
Adieu my friend I will miss you forever.
Posted by Omobolaji Kubiangha on April 9, 2019
Sister Titi, It's so sad you are gone. We were partners in junior school taking care of babies. You always showered the babies with your smile and attention. I pray that God will comfort the entire family and grant you my very dear friend eternal rest. Amen.
Posted by Omowunmi Adesilu on April 9, 2019
Caro baby,word alone cannot express the shock of your demise. Hmm,my gentle, ever smiling,cool and calm friend. You were beautiful inside and outside. You loved the Lord and served Him even till the end. Though your stay was short,you lived a fulfilled life. Heaven is rejoicing because a beautiful soul has arrived.  
Sleep on my beloved friend till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Akin Akinsowon on April 9, 2019
I might not be able to Express the content of my heart at this moment due to what your demise mean to me, ever since you accepted me as your brother inlaw, your love towards my family kept multiplying and it was my desire that we still have better days ahead to share together as family. But this moment proved it otherwise. I will forever missed you.
Posted by Funmi Ometan on April 9, 2019
1 Corinthians 15:55 KJV
O death, where is thy sting? O grave, where is thy victory?

Death is a debt, we all owe for sure but life is a gift God gave us to enjoy and live for Him for a purpose. Sometimes, it's difficult to understand when death comes suddenly without prior notice especially to loved ones like you Titi, who are so godly, unique, sweet, loving, peaceful, gentle, caring and always smiling.
My dear Titi, I'm sincerely trying to overcome the shock of your home going. I'm still in tears as I write this tribute not because I doubt you are at home with the Lord but I feel it was rather too early. I was expecting to hear the joy of your delivery but the rude shock came. I will forever remember our time together at the house fellowship and the time we spent together at Mile 12 market shopping for our families and friends. Your love and fear of God is so deep and genuine.
My dear, you have fought a good fight, a crown of righteousness awaits you. You have gone ahead to join the cloud of witnesses cheering us up in the race we are in.
Sleep on my dear in the bosom of our Saviour.
Posted by Atinuke Asabo on April 9, 2019
A gift that keeps giving. Although you passed through us for just 10years of your life but your impact is like eternal. Sleep on Titilola.
Bros D, stay strong for temitope and opemipo and I know God will keep you all
Posted by Seun Akintan on April 9, 2019
We never met but my colleagues frequently teased Dele about the very evident depth of his love for you.
Rest on Titi Akinwande, you will be greatly missed.
Posted by Ibilola Fatusin on April 9, 2019
You will forever be missed Sis Titi Akinwade, you were so kind hearted and always smiling. Your words brought calmness all the time , you always encouraged me and gave refferals.
I pray the almighty God will comfort and be with Mr Dele Akinwande, Temitope and Opemipo in Jesus Name.......Amen.
Posted by Omolola Famodun on April 9, 2019
My heart is built on nothing else than Jesus blood and righteousness, I dare not trust the sweetest frame,but wholly lean on Jesus name. oh Christ the solid rock I stand all other ground is sinking sand. Sister with a heart so pure. Knowing you was like seeing light through you sister Ti-Ti just the way I Normally call you. Thank God I knew you. Thanking God for the way you welcomed me into your home with my family thank you for helping me in all ur ways. Ur smiles lighten me up anytime I come across you sis. May ur smiles of goodness light up the life of ur family and kids sis. Rest in perfect peace sis. Adieu sis.
Posted by Sanni Sherifat on April 9, 2019
When I saw your picture on Oluwabunmi 's status my heart skipped ,your ever smiling face flashed through my face...... I looked back on our various encounters you were very humble,cool headed, humble, kind and always encouraging me. May the lord give your families strength to bear this great loss. Rest on dear sist Titi Akinwande.. forever in my hear dearest sistet
Posted by Anita Orhue on April 9, 2019
Dear Sister Titi,
The few precious times I encountered you, you were unreservedly an incredible person with a heart so warm and welcoming. All I can say is your sun will never set again, and your moon will wane no more. The Lord will be your everlasting light, God will lead you to springs of living water. Right now your face glows with joy and your eyes sparkle with splendor. God bless you Sister Titi for being you. May God reassure and comfort your family and give them the grace to forge ahead in Jesus name, Amen.
Anita Okoko.
Posted by Oluwabunmi Okunade on April 9, 2019
Sis Titi...I can remember the last time we chatted,you had a baby on your display picture and I asked if that's our laugh with 'lol' emoji and said soon.
I was waiting for the good news not your demise.
But who are we to question God.... He definitely had a reason for allowing this happen.
Rest on in the Bossom of your creator till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Adetomi Quadri on April 9, 2019
Titi i’ve Only known you for about two years but it feels like I’ve always known you, your smile oh! that signature smile, never a frown one couldn’t tell if anything was wrong with you, it almost felt like you were immuned from the worlds’ troubles and now you are. A rare gem, a true saint and as your dear husband puts it The gift who keeps giving. My pain is that I wish I knew you more than I did. God loves you, that is evident. I have no doubt where you are, my prayer is that on that resurrection morning when there will be the reunion of the saints we’ll see again. Adieu Titi Akinwande. You will be missed. I will miss you.
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Posted by Akin Akinsowon on February 26, 2022
Words alone are not enough to express the pain of missing you. This vacuum remains unoccupied.

You`re dearly missed.
Posted by Abisola Fadayomi on February 25, 2022
My darling sister and friend with the forever beautiful smile, another birthday with the angels, we miss you still......
Posted by Adetomi Quadri on February 25, 2022
Titi, you are still sorely missed. You will always be missed until we meet again on that resurrection morning. Rest on dearly beloved.
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Shared by Adetomi Quadri on April 6, 2020
Titi Caroline Akinwande, the world is darker and gloomier than you left it  oneyear ago, you have missed nothing because you are in Abraham’s bosom, But your loved ones miss you everyday, your friends miss you, the children’s department miss you, I miss your warm smile and gentleness. Continue to rest on Titi until that beautiful resurrection morning when we shall meet to part no more. R I P.