Posted by oluseye Adefalu on June 6, 2022
Continue to rest in peace loving sister.
Posted by Olasubomi Ibironke on June 5, 2022
May her gentle soul continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Aderemi Susan on June 5, 2022
Forever in our heart dear Titilola,sure you're in a better place. Rest on beloved
Posted by Oyinda Otis on June 5, 2022
Hey darling,
You passed on 1year still hurts as mad!
Each time I remember all the unfulfilled dreams you had and the potentials so glamorous you took with you, I sigh in surrender to the futility of this life.
Continue to rest with the Lord Titi dimples till we see on the day of resurrection .
Posted by Omobolanle Awomolo Longe on July 11, 2021
Our numerous trips to Calabar Kitchen. The fun times in Balogun and Dosunmu markets. Our Banter on the office chat. Your dimpled smile, your witty tongue, the moments of joy and disappointment shared. Lola! The way you'll tease/chide me on taking decisions slowly or making *little Jonny* moves/mistakes.

Our friendship started from a chance meeting in Mr Ali's car but we hit it off so quickly. Titilola, you have planted footprints on my heart, we have weathered some secret storms together. I thank the Lord for the life you lived. I will miss you. It's your birthday and we would have been on the phone chatting away, oh your comforting voice and timely quips!

Rest well in the arms of your maker my darling Titilola Tiwo Abolade.
Posted by Olushola Adefokun on July 11, 2021
Happy birthday sweetie, keep resting well, Luli darling
Posted by oluwatosin dixon on June 23, 2021
You’ve been on my mind for weeks . I was planning to call to check on you and ask about some wristwatches; I never knew it was a prompt for a goodbye.
Sleep in the Lord dear and May God comfort all your loved ones left behind.

Posted by Olayinka Abolade on June 19, 2021
It is with great sadness and a heavy heart that we write this
tribute about our dearest Titilola Abolade — a friend,
colleague, our ‘iya-eto’, brilliant accountant, loving mother
and wife and an all-round quintessential woman.
Titi stood out as someone special with her contagious smile
made beautiful with her deep dimples. Her brilliant
leadership abilities, proactive and charismatic personality
were her trademark.
Titi was highly ambitious, a keen learner who was also
passionate about helping others around her to grow both
professionally and personally – Titi was our in-house
regulatory accountant ‘guru’.
Titilola was full of life, the life and soul of our team social
gatherings, you can be sure to wake up to birthday greetings
from her on your birthday – this amongst other kind
gestures are the fond memories we hold on to and will miss
dearly from Titi as no one was ever far from her thoughts.
Titi was truly one of a kind and will be sorely missed by not
only her finance colleague but by the entire Quest family
she touched during her time at the bank.
Life seems so unfair that you were taken away from us so
soon, but we live in hope that we will see you again….
We pray the Holy Spirit the comforter, brings healing
comfort to Yinka, your beautiful daughters and your
extended friends and family – amen!
Rest in peace our dearest Titi!
From - Finance colleagues at FBNQuest Merchant Bank
Posted by Olayinka Abolade on June 19, 2021
Goodnight Luli…

I still cannot believe I will ever have to do this……
To my bride, my wife, my best friend, and love of my life
Words are not enough to express what you meant to me or describe the full weight of my agony over your painful death. We met 21yrs ago at the University of Ibadan and thereafter we got married and lived as husband and wife for 13years. All through this period you were the light of my life.
Titilolami, you were my pillar of support and courage. You were beautiful, brilliant, witty, intelligent, highly resourceful, versatile, and strong willed. You were simply amazing in every way and I remain so blessed and very grateful for the wonderful moment we had together.
We shared a friendship, a bond that no one else can understand and together we overcame barriers and onerous limitations to build a loving and healthy family. You gave your all to your family and everyone connected to you. You were humble, faithful, honest, loyal, efficient, and in your unassuming way, made everything around you beautiful.
The happiest years of my life were those spent with you. You gave me the experience of being clearly understood, truly supported, and extremely loved. You were never complacent and always inspired me in ways I cannot explain. When I was worried, you said it would be ok. When I was not sure of what to do, you figured it out. When things were difficult, you provided steady supports. Even there on your sick bed when I became increasingly agitated, you would hold my hands with unwavering belief that God will heal you.
You were an asset to your parents and siblings even a greater asset to me and our wonderful children. Also, your dedication to the work of God and your genuine passion to help those that are less fortunate than you are testimonials of your special qualities and character.
I will never forget the loving memories of making our girls your priority and the quality care and love you provide them always, the happy moments, the compromises, the promises, our plans and our aspirations.
The moment of losing you to the cold hands of death while I could do nothing to save you remains the most agonizing experience of my life, but I am consoled that it pleases God to take you away from this sinful world to a better place He has prepared for His saints.
Even though you are gone, your spirit, your beautiful soul, your uncommon ability to calm the storm is still with us. You live on in the lives of those you have touched, in the memories of our families who you touched most closely, in the love that is so visible in the eyes of our beautiful daughters. Yes, things will never be the same for us, but we all have been made better because you were in our lives.
I assure you that I will be strong for the wonderful girls you left with me, and together we shall make you proud.
You will be treasured for the rest of my lifetime.

Your loving husband
Posted by Olayinka Abolade on June 19, 2021
Tribute to my friend - Titilola

Dear Mr Abolade,

I will like to sympathize with you on the passing of your dear wife - Titilola, who was also my friend and colleague in Union Bank.

While a lot of us are mourning, I choose to celebrate a very pure and genuine person who maintained very cordial relationship with all people across different levels, age, religion and whatever societal strata we may have.

Titi loved people, she loved God genuinely and she was a very humble soul. There was absolutely no aura of pride around her.

I choose to celebrate her because I know she is in a better place. I choose to celebrate her because I know she knew and loved God genuinely. I choose to celebrate her because I know she was a decent human being and I choose to celebrate her because I know she loved her family genuinely.

At this time, it is my sincere prayer that the Holy Spirit will comfort us all through this pain, that God will satisfy all of us (including the children she left behind) with long life in excellent health. I pray you get every help you need (in all ramifications) to heal, move on and gather the strength and energy to continue.

I pray her soul rest well and God grant her eternal rest in His bosom.

Please take heart and know that I will continue to pray for you and the girls and also remember they need you to be strong for them.

May the good Lord bless you and strengthen you and comfort you on all sides.

My regards,

Abimbola Eluyera
Posted by AFOLAKE OLABODE on June 16, 2021
My Darling Sister, you have gone to rest with our Heroes of faith, we shall surely meet againg on the ressurrection morning, Sleep on Darling Sister. God will Comfort you husband , your Children and the family you left behind. It is well.
Posted by Abiola adeyemo on June 16, 2021
It came as a shock when I heard that you were gone. A very pleasant soul and easy going, words fail me at this time.

I pray for God's strength and protection over all your loved ones that you left.
Posted by oluseye Adefalu on June 16, 2021
May your good soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Tolutope Oyeyode on June 16, 2021
Lola, smiler, think tank, planner, vivacious, fun loving, honest, great communicator, entrepreneur, wife and mother. You were always full of brilliant ideas. You were fun to be with.
    I loved your passion for work, growth and development. You had a great sense of humor. I remember your laugh, your dimpled smile. You were one of the best friends a girl could wish for. I remember our days in Awo Hall with Shola and Eyitee. Our afternoons of cooking concoction rice after lectures, how you spiced it up with Titus sardines. So many memories………
    Hmmm. I took this friendship for granted, thought we had forever. ….
   You ran your race with great courage in the face of challenges. There are no words to express this loss. You will be missed Lola but never forgotten.
Sleep well beautiful daughter of God. We didn’t loose you, you went to be with your Father ❤️
Posted by Fatiregun Olanrewaju on June 15, 2021
lola as a close neighbour and family friend ....having been together from day on u will remain in our heart for ever

the dreams unfufilled , the visions not accomplished......however God knows best.....we will all depart some days..................keep resting till we meet at the feet of our maker
Posted by bola agunsoye on June 15, 2021
To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die. Titilola I knew you when I joined MHSI jss3 you are so sweet and wonderful, hmmmmm your death came as a rude shock, it create a heartache no one can heal, your love create a memory no one can steal and that memories will be MHSI'98 set treasure forever. Sleep on beloved, till we meet again, sure you are with Lord till resurrection morning.
Posted by Olasubomi Ibironke on June 15, 2021
Lola, it is difficult to believe that you have left us so soon. Although cut short at your prime, we take solace in the fact that you have lived a good, meaningful and impactful life.
May Almighty God give your soul eternal rest and grant family and friends the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
Posted by Aderemi Susan on June 15, 2021
Lola Tiwo as fondly called by us all on Methosa'98 platform,your death was a rude shock to me till date. You were full of life, you love factually everyone around you and pleasant to the core. I will truly miss the way you used to call my name ' Deremi with that simple smile that comes with it. May the good Lord protect, guide and console all you left behind. May the Lord grant unto you eternal rest dear friend and let perpetual light shine upon your path. Rest in peace
Posted by Temitope Ayodele on June 15, 2021
I only saw you on three different occasions and I remember you had a beautiful smile on your face each time. I have been in shock since I heard the news of your passing.

I know you as a calm and easygoing person and it hurts my heart to imagine the huge vacuum your demise has created.

We cannot question God, so, we take solace in the hope we have in Christ.

May memories of you remain blessed and I pray God's comfort for your entire family in Jesus name.

Rest on, Sis, until the resurrection morning.
Posted by sola ade on June 15, 2021
Titilola, May your beautiful soul rest in the lord’s bosom and may the Almighty God grant your entire family and loved ones the fortitude to bear this huge loss.

Rest on dear sister till we meet on resurrection morning.
Posted by Mohammed Ajayi on June 15, 2021
Still cannot believe you are gone
It came as a shock
I kept thinking what life is all about.
I can still remember how we talked about our personal lives and laughed.
Never thought December 11, 2020 will be the last day I will see you in this life.
Almighty God in heaven guide and protect all those you left behind.

Rest well
Posted by Rolake Odusi on June 15, 2021
I fondly call you Madam Sheriff. You are always lively and friendly. The news of your demise hit me hard. I always loved you and the way you love colors .One of the few who reached out to me with love. May the lord comfort all your loved ones you left behind. We still spoke and transacted few days before you left this world. You will forever be missed.
Posted by Kemi Ibikunle on June 15, 2021
Since the shocking news of your passing, I have tried so hard to stay blank, pretending like it's just a rumour, trying not to process or swallow this bitter pill.
Alas! This is not a dream, the pretty dimpled smile with so much life has relocated permanently!
Rest on dear Lola, heaven surely gained an angel
Posted by Mba Adenike on June 15, 2021
Titilola Abolade,my lovely sister-in-law with a beautiful soul. Everything about you is amazing and exceptional. An epitome of beauty with a humble heart.May the lord console the people you left behind,my brother ,your daughters ,your parents and your siblings. Continue to be relevant in the kingdom of God.we love you but God love you most.Sun re o iyawo mi to dara.
Posted by oluwasegun ADEDIRAN on June 15, 2021
Tough one!
I met you twice, hugged you once but from the testimonies of Yinka, you were surely a beautiful soul.
The heavens gained an angel, we pray the void on earth is filled by the burden bearer.
It will all end in praises and glory to God.
Rest perfectly in peace as we celebrate your earthly voyage.
Posted by Dare Lawal on June 15, 2021
Titilola Aderike Abolade, a woman so strong, resilient, resourceful, kind, gentle, radiates so much beautity on the inside and so breathtakingly gorgeous on the outside. You were indeed a blessing to many, thank you for bringing so much peace, joy and stability to the life of your husband and children.  Your memory will surely be treasured forever, you were so loved beyond words and will be missed beyond measures.
Posted by Oluwakemi Ovie on June 15, 2021
I know her through her husband and antyhime we speak, it will be with smiles hence you cant but just have a business sealed. We are glad you are with Christ, resting in His bosom where there is no more cries and insecurity. Rest on sis. Rest on, rest on the chest of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Tope Bandele on June 15, 2021
From the days of Franciscan Nursery & Pry School to the days of Methodist High School, and even till when we had to plan alumni re-union together. You were unbelievably amazing.

From being my academic role model to become a very close friend.
I will forever be grateful to God for allowing you to play a big role in my life and so many others.

Lola, your contagious smiles will forever remain in my heart. Your had a strength of a man and your leadership trait and goal getting energy will remain my consolation.

Rest on my dear friend - I will miss you.
Posted by Olukemi Oyewale on June 15, 2021
Gone too soon!!!
A very sweet and beautiful soul is gone.. It is most painful to say our goodbyes at this time, but God surely understands.
I pray that the Almighty God be with the family you left behind.
Rest on Titi.

Posted by Funmilola Fakolujo on June 15, 2021
Your departure has left us with a broken heart. You were a rare gem. i will miss your dimples that light up on your face when you smile, the sound of your voice, your laughter, and your sighs.
Today there are others here who will miss you knowing you have touched so many lives, you have left behind good memories to comfort us.
Our assurance is that you are in a wonderful place.
Wish you eternal peace.
Posted by Alhaja Sukurat on June 15, 2021
Sis Lola,my co wife.keep resting in the are such a rare gem,ever headed and loving...

We your co wives will miss u so much but we pray for eternal rest.Till we meet to part no more...Goodnight Lola Abolade
Posted by Sanmi Adedeji on June 15, 2021
May her soul rest in peace
Posted by Stephen Adebayo on June 15, 2021
We were together in a committee setup for 20th anniversary of RCCG Livingstone Assembly Parish, Titi was so calm, easy going with a beautiful smile always, she was loving and full of care. Your memory will always linger. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Olushola Adefokun on June 15, 2021
"Oh death, where is thy sting"
How and where do i even start. Is it from that fateful night, and the uncountable times i kept shouting , why why why...
Or from that blissful day when i woke in the morning and i saw our mum not, kept crying for her until i was told, she had gone to bring a sister forth. I was later taken to her at Wesley when my wahala was too much . Then i saw that little face, packed with all the mischief. And it had been an unending bond from that moment on.
Is it our playful childhood full of countless mischief, or all the times you got us all in trouble, and we would gladly take the fall.
Remembering it all keeps bringing a smile to my face, and even uncontrollable laughter at times. We went through the years till adulthood with so much fun. Was it the secondary school days that felt like i was part of yours and you mine. Till you breathed your last there was never a dull moment, maybe that was why you did not want that agony to be part of our history, just maybe, maybe, i will never know.
When you came to join me in UI, till the moment i left, there was never a dull moment in my rooms again. Nothing could ever be too serious that would not bring out some laughs. It was laughter all through.
Luli, sweetness itself is what you are, you are packed full of strength. You are in some ways, an enigma, strong beyond words, infecting people with that dimpled smile, full of life, my partner in mischief, trouble , planning, fun, everything.
That dreadful night of June will remain fresh in my memory. Your strong voice i heard on Friday the 4th will be with me till i breath my last. 
The many souls you touched can never forget you. The battles you fought and won, even as you approached your twilight, remains forever in my mind.
Its hard to believe you are gone, I see you around all the time, its hard to imagine our vacations, outings , Christmas gatherings et all without you. And I won't, because I know you will be there, always. So I m not going to say goodbye, because i know you live on still. But I will say, my sweet sister, Rest on.

It was in the twilight of the first month that I held your hand the last. If I knew that would be, I would hug you until that day's sun turned into blue smoke and a morning broke a new sun.
I will not forget your passing and my crying is eternal even if the rest of the world sees my tears not.
I ask in my solitude what I will miss the most, and I quickly get the answers that it will have to be all. The way we laughed, the way we talked and the way the deeds of all others amused us.
Sister Dear, visit in my nightly dreams, that we may laugh and talk still. You tell me about the heaven's streets of glittering gold and I tell you about the earth's rolling seas.

Posted by Olushola Adefokun on June 15, 2021
*Once Upon a Cloudy June Night: A Tribute.*

Once upon a cloudy June night, a quiet, moist dusk of a dreadful day, came forth the misery call.
"She is gone now," wept, the voice in agony. 
And no bright and vibrant morning has dawned since that mournful dusk.
Who was she, that was gone? She is our daughter...She is our sister. She is the one delicate firefly who lit our nights; and our priceless little lily with the dimpled laughs. Our own very Luli. Never a dull moment, with that squint that tells you , get ready for full bout of mischief.
Gone now the comely firefly;
Gone with the dimpled laughs.
But as said, the wise minstrel: "To live on the heart we love is not to die..." Thus, our darling lives on.
Keep smiling that dimpled smile upon us, with the two spots on your cheeks, look down upon us, and wipe our tears away.

The Tiwos
Posted by Abolade Olafimihan on June 15, 2021
The righteous perishes, and no man takes it to heart. Merciful men are taken away while no one considers that the righteous is taken away from evil. Isaiah 57:1.
Good night my dear sister in-law, you will forever be in our hearts. From Ibrahim, Funmilola, Jeremiah & Isaac Abolade... South Africa.
Posted by Seyi Ojo on June 15, 2021
Lola...if you had told us you were leaving this early, we would not have allowed you.
But what can we do? God knows the best.

For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him. I Thess. 4:14
Posted by Olajide Oladejo on June 15, 2021
Titi, it so hard to say goodbye, thank you for being a good friend and a trustworthy assistant in the Yearbook and CD committee back in undergrad days. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord till we meet to part no more. May the peace and protection of Jesus Christ be on the family you left behind and may your gentle soul continue to rest in the perfect peace of the Lord.
Posted by Oladipo Ekundayo on June 15, 2021
I called her, my Dimpled-Padi, because of that unique trademark dimple she's endowed with. As a colleague in Franciscan Nursery and Primary, I used to admire her from afar in awe of her superlative brilliance. She's indeed an intellectual Genius. God also endowed her with humility.
Our hearts were shredded to pieces to hear of her death. I still wished the news of her death was a rumour.
However, we're mere mortals and lack the audacity to question the Almighty God.
Oh God, please comfort her Parents
Oh God, please comfort her Siblings
Oh God, please comfort her Husband.
Oh God, please make all her 3 Children greater in life and destiny.
Oh God, please comfort her old Colleagues in Franciscan Nursery and Primary School and Methodist High School Ilesa.

How are the mighty fallen!
Lola Tiiwo Aya Abolade, we love you but Jesus Christ loves you more.
It's hard to say goodbye Lola.
May God comfort our hearts.
May God grant your soul blissful eternal rest.
It is well! 
Posted by Abimbola Ibironke on June 15, 2021

Wished we were tasked to write this in another five decades from now. But here we are with the Herculean task to write on a dusk that came at noon. Titilola, your death has brought about this thick fog on us all and it has refused to lift. So heavy is our melancholic sighs that it easily condensed and rained heavily through our tears as we pick our hazy ways through the memories we shared.

Not much to write in this wise, Titilola, as death alighted you at a stop we never agreed upon when we set about this journey. For most of us, we began our journey in Methodist High School, Ilesa (MHSI). There was set for us a stage to peek into the extraordinary personae that you were. You easily coruscated features that endeared your friends to you right from the early period of our MHSI days. During the three years we spent together at MHSI, your bundle of talents shone through like a lone moon in a starless sky. You were intelligent in a way that denied your physique. You were brilliant in a manner that easily brought awe to all that were fortunate enough to have known you. Still wish I could write in a hand that produces a handwriting half as beautiful as yours. All these you carried with surprising humility during our secondary school days.

As we gradually grow into respectable dads and mums, we have kept closely in touch, more thanks to the arrival of the enabling technology. Whenever we came together to celebrate ourselves, your presence is felt in the smooth way things go such that one can't help but see that you have only grown more in intelligence, in the way you organize things, in your approach to issues and in how you leave beautiful memories in people. 

A long moment we have cautiously reminisced into the past after this painful demise of yours, and we have bumped into nothing else but your serial acts of goodness - a theme that cut across the dirgeful messages that have trailed your passage. The memories we have called upon are nothing but ones to perpetually treasure. You were kind and understanding, a go-to person when issue seems knotty. Your smile – a permanent feature of your face – can melt a heart of stone. You were a friend like a sibling. O mase o, kòkòrò kò jẹ ká gbádùn obì tó gbó.

We were young together. We grew into adults together. We have always thought we would grow old together, living the more pleasant experience of our children as they grow and turn into parents themselves, with the tiny voice of their own children – our grandchildren – welcoming our dusk with their toothless mouth. We have always thought our dusk will come at dusk. Alas! Your dusk has come at noon while it still shines so brightly. You were running the race, but Death in its impatience has brought the tape for you to breast midway into the race. You have won the race! Now you have gone to rest, knowing your faith in your Creator will bring you back to life through the hope of Resurrection. You are not dead then, Lola, you are only sleeping! Death has lost the battle.

You have left enough memories for us to keep you close in our hearts forever, even as we gradually age, praying we all live long enough to see a glorious dusk. Titilola Abolade nee Tiwo, you will forever be in our hearts.

'98 Set
Methodist High School, Ilesa.
Posted by Abimbola Ibironke on June 15, 2021

Titilola!!! Our hearts are broken, our bodies are aching, our faiths are shaken, our limbs are weakened, under the sheer weight of the news of your transition. The voids in our being is inexplicable. Our souls are utterly downcast and inconsolable.

You represented the best of us, the brightest of our stars, the kindest of us, the most humble of us. You lit every life with your kind and dimpled smile. You warmed our hearts with your care and concern for us.
Feels like we’d known you all our lives. Some of us go all the way back to nursery school days in Franciscan Nursery, most of us in Methodist High. But nonetheless you blessed us all who knew you with the gift of you.
And for this we are grateful... that we were privileged to know you for what seems like a lifetime yet so painfully short.

Where do we go from here?
Where do we go from here without your deep dimpled smile? Where do you we go from here without your hearty and loud laughter?

You were kind, intelligent, beautiful inside out, playful, feisty, affectionate, intentional..Ah.. you were frank, you paid no mind to mediocrity, you were driven, yet compassionate. You were all about connection and generosity. You had gift for making everyone feel special and truly loved.

We will cherish the memories of you and let it brighten our world when the gloom washes over us.
We will rejoice for you being in a better place even as our hearts ache and long for you.

We pray that God watches over your loved ones. That He comforts your Husband Mr Yinka, your beautiful children: Yosola, Dasola and Fisola.
We pray that God upholds especially your ageing parents and siblings. We pray God's comfort over your loved ones and preserve your legacy.

You will always be in our hearts ..Odigba o...O di arinako... O tun doju ala o! Sun re O.. Our beloved Titilola Tooro Larondo.

Methodist High School Ilesa, 1998 Set .
Posted by Oyinda Otis on June 15, 2021
Titilola, you were such a rare gem that touched people's lives in the most quiet but effective ways.
Beautiful is your smile and your laughter.
I remember you for the good old days I'd approach you for help in difficult subjects, you humbly teach and coach me, never arrogant, never offended.
We will surely miss you my darling little 'Ngozi Iweala'... May your dreams be fulfilled in your legacies you left behind. May the Almighty God rest you in His bosom till we meet on the resurrection day.
May God comfort and uphold your husband, children, mom, dad, siblings, families and we your friends.
Sun re o darling ❤️
Posted by Tomiwa Adefokun on June 15, 2021
Sister Titi as we fondly called you, you were an integral part of us... We prayed together, held on to Jesus together, did the work of Kingdom/Women Ministry together, loved and cherished our home front together.

Our goal was to make the Christian Woman complete you were ever willing to give bountifully, ever willing to serve selflessly and ever loving in the most quiet way...

Few words were what you spoke but Excellent and Unique were the things you delivered...

As you bow out amongst us, saying we will miss you is an understatement, our consolation is that we will meet at the feet of Jesus to part no more at the resurrection day.

God helping us we will sure watch your back...
Adeiu 'Exco Titilola Abolade.

Posted by Jumoke Omoniyi on June 15, 2021
Titilola, ever smiling with the dimples. I choose to remember you with a smile (howbeit very difficult). Your sojourn on earth though very short but you led a life of impact and selflessness. You will forever be missed dear Titi.

The God of all comfort will comfort your parents, husband, children and family members. He will be with your children and give them peace in Jesus name. Amen
Posted by Henry Badofu Onah on June 15, 2021
The last time we spoke still confirmed how enthusiastic you've always been. You will be forever missed dear Titi...I'm so sure that heaven gained a new angel in you.
Only the Omniscient knows....sleep well.
Your legacy lives on in your children, husband and all you have touched.

Peace, peace and peace.
Posted by Ebenezer Adeloye on June 13, 2021
The news of your demise dealt a great blow to me.You were an embodiment of friendliness, humility, enterprising and God-fearing. Life is indeed ephemeral. May your soul continue to rest in peace Titilola till we meet to part no more and may God be with the family you have left behind. rest on.
Posted by abisola agbaje on June 13, 2021
I am so sorry my dear friend. A hard worker you were and you loved a good jist. I was looking forward to reconnecting with you in Canada. I messaged and called, no response. I wish this wasn’t true. I am deeply deeply sorry to hear of your demise my friend and may God be with the ones you left behind.

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