ForeverMissed
On Monday April 26, 2021 Adetoun Iretioluwa Adebola Achi went to be with the Lord after a glorious 45 years here on earth.  Adetoun was born in Mainland Local Government Area in Lagos State, on August 08, 1976 as the second child of late Julius Badejo and Omolara Badejo (Nee Banjoko) who both hailed from Ogun State.
Adetoun attended National Primary School in Gbagada Lagos for her Primary education and National College, in Lagos, for her Secondary education.
For her post- secondary education, Adetoun attended Ibadan Polytechnic where she obtained a National Diploma (ND) in Mathematics and Statistics . She also attended Yaba College of Technology and obtained a Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mathematics and Statistics.  Passionate about advancing herself, Adetoun went on to obtain her Masters in Business Administration from the prestigious Caleb University. As an avid learner with a thirst for knowledge, she obtained several certifications along the way.
Adetoun started her career as an IT (Industrial Training) student with Baico Insurance Plc. She joined Daystar Christian Center in 2007, working as a Customer Service Personnel in the Front-Desk Office. She was later reassigned to the IT department as a Data Analyst, where she provided Management with strategic reports for decision making and served in different capacities within the unit. Adetoun worked diligently and served tirelessly in this position until the Lord called her home on 26 April 2021.
Adetoun married the love of life Frank Achi on December 16 2006. Together they both had three (3) lovely children, Seyi, Jomiloju and King-David. Toun was a virtuous woman who always sought for the best for her husband and children. She purposely poured out herself into her children and raised them in the way of the Lord. Her greatest joy was the Godly heritage and value herself and her husband were giving to their children.
Adetoun was a devoted member of Daystar Christian Centre, where she faithfully served the Lord through the Cell System (Daystar Small Groups), Women of Destiny (women group of Daystar) where she is fondly called Babe of Destiny, the Registration Team, Watchforce and several other units in the church. Adetoun is an alumna member of YCT-CU (Yaba College of Technology Christian Union). The YCT-CU was a calling for her and she served wholeheartedly and became a bridge between the older and the younger alumna of the YCT-CU. Toun allowed herself to be used by God.
Adetoun actively sought peace and harmony wherever she went, she was humble, respectful, ever smiling, calm and always willing to assist and give herself.
Adetoun will be sadly missed and lovely remembered by her husband Frank, children: Seyi, Jomiloju and King-David, her sibling Ade Badejo, Mojiisola Soremekun, Dele and Salewa, extended family members, Daystar colleagues, church members, numerous friends, and acquaintances.

Posted by blessing igbani on May 10, 2021
My Oga! Oga mi! Too much sauce, too much swag, much humour.
Your presence lighten up a place, you ensure to leave a smile on our face whenever and wherever we meet. You always ensure thing are run smoothly even when you aren't there physically.

Your words of encouragement still ring in my ears *you will be alright laslas*

You served fervently as if there was no tomorrow.
You were never tired of work and hardly complain. Looking back now, it seems you knew you will be called home soon.....

Even in your weakness you put up a brave face, you fought till the end....

Ha! I miss you, I will miss........ I know you are in a better place. But is still painful. Its still hard to talk about you in past tense.

Sis Toun! The peace maker....... *Blessing leave am, leave am, na them you dey work for? Na God, so commot face*. "Gboju" You words of caution still ring in my ears...

Indeed you finished strong. Rest beautifully in God's bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ untill we meet in eternity.
Posted by Stephen- Orji Kelechi on May 7, 2021
Met you during our counselling, while we were waiting for our counsellor, you quickly introduced women of Destiny to me and did a follow up until I became a member.
You always look out for me and I always got a bear hug which I started looking out for at every WOD programme.

You told me, you need to get more babes of Destiny so you won't be the only babe, I had to join in this recruiting exercise for Jesus and will continue!

While we were still waiting, someone mentioned to you I just lost another pregnancy, ah I remember the hug and the whisper in my ears,"keep serving, don't stop, he will reward you".
I remember the last WOD exco hangout and all the gists. Thank you sis Toun


Thank you for the living a life of influence!
Thank you for making your life an epistle!

Adieu sis Toun
Adieu the very Babe of Destiny
Posted by Nkiru Onwordi on May 7, 2021
We went for an official visit together...and that's how we connected.

In 2018, you gave me faith.

In 2019, I used your faith. Oh!!! How we prayed out testimonies that year in our early morning prayers and DEEP Sisters' Circle.

Do you remember that your call in 2020? Everything you prophesied...You prayed out your heart!

In the Registration team, you were my ROCKSTAR TOUN!!! You always held it down for us all and ALWAYS kept a meal for me.

I miss walking down to the basement to take my breaks with you and Efe...Before long my Manager would call the basement because you both were the first SUSPECT...Lol.

PT asked me to come over on the last Sunday you served in the Registration team, but it was soo tight for me that weekend. I just had to do Church online. Maybe I would have had the last chance to serve beside you in the Reg Team...one last time...just like old times. Then we would have our arguments, jokes, and prayers...one LAST time.

I missed the closure...but I miss you more.

Good night babe!!!
Posted by Yemisi Adebayo on May 6, 2021
Your gentle spirit and warm smiles I will always remember. You are hard to forget, you always leave a reason to remember you.

Thank you for being a blessing.

Posted by Alero Ukwunna on May 6, 2021
Until We Meet Again

Adetoun,

Those special memories of you will always bring a smile. If only I could have you back for just a little while.

Then we could sit and talk again, just like we used to do. You always meant so much and always will too.

It's hard to turn the page when you know someone won't be in the next chapter, but the story must go on.

The fact that you are no longer here will always cause me pain, but you are forever in my heart until we meet again.

Posted by Balogun Oluwaremilekun on May 6, 2021
You have been a blessing to a lot of pp.i remember our first exco meeting we had in yabatech you left a lasting impression.Sis t. If I had known that I would not be able to see u after that sunday.ahhh I would have hugged you longer. We miss you and know that definately you are in a better place which is our consolation...Adieu my sister till we meet to part no more..
Posted by Bimbola Idowu on May 6, 2021
This is hard. It’s hard to forget someone like Toun. When I handed over JMDF to you at YCTCU, it was very easy because you handle responsibility with such grace and smile on your face. Your sheer energy was contagious. You will be missed for now but with faith we all will not have to miss you again.
Posted by Murphy Eyenike on May 6, 2021
Thinking back now, I think sister Toun knew this day was getting closer and closer. The Lord had been magnanimous to give her extra years and that allowed her pour herself into the Lord, to please Him and empty herself serving the one she loves the most in the world through serving others. My heart is so heavy but I am encouraged she is in the Lord's embrace and her struggles are ended.

Good night sister Toun, see you at the master's feet.
Posted by ab josh on May 6, 2021
To an ever approachable big sister and friend, we are gonna miss you...YCTCU will surely miss you. Rest on Great Soldier of Christ.
Posted by Odubanjo Olayiwola on May 6, 2021
Adetoun Achi, goodbyes are the hardest to say. Please do not forget your hubby and children. Rest on dear.
Posted by Ositelu Oluwagbohunmi on May 6, 2021
“I know for certain
that we never lose the people we love,
even to death.
They continue to participate in every act,
thought and decision we make.
Their love leaves an indelible imprint
in our memories.
We find comfort in knowing
that our lives have been enriched
by having shared their love.
And wherever a beautiful soul has been
there is a trail of beautiful memories.
And I am proud to have known and been impacted by your positivity.”
Posted by Tosin Alaka on May 6, 2021
Never really knew her, but through her son (Seyi), one could tell she raised a fine gentle man! My heart goes out to you and your family Seyi. May her soul rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Mary Adewunmi on May 6, 2021
Looking out for you at the information stand has always been an habit whenever I am going out of the church.The Sunday hugs during COVID-19 and your words linger throughout the day.

I remembered when my daughter was very ill,I will never forget how you stood by me in prayers

I looked forward to WOD meetings just to see you and chat briefly with you.

You are a light to the world,you never failed to shine it brightly wherever you are

I will forever missed you,Sis Toun
I just knew,Heaven gained an angel
Posted by Lolade Jaiyeola on May 6, 2021
Sigh, I miss you so much..it came so shocking to me. You were such a great mother, you impacted so many lives and anyone who came across you felt what it meant to be good. I find it really hard to believe you're gone or to let the thought of you go. You were a virtuous woman ,always there to correct me and I really appreciate you.
You will be missed and you will forever remain in our hearts.
Rest in Perfect Peace Ma.
Posted by Olivesfield Schools on May 6, 2021
TRIBUTE TO OUR BELOVED PARENT

There are so much left unspoken,
Too soon for our conversation to end,
We thought we had so many more years,
But death has stolen you away;

Olivesfield College greatly misses you,
As a parent, you were very phenomenal,
No more shall we hear or see your ardent wisdom for excellence;

Your memories will always linger on,
Our hope is in Christ Jesus,
Rest on in His bossom,
Till we meet to part no more,
Adieu, Mrs Adetoun Achi!

Olivesfield College,
Magodo-GRA, Phase 1,
Isheri, Lagos.
Posted by Moss Agbon on May 6, 2021
Dearly beloved Sister Toun of God, at the last reunion fellowship of Yabatech CU Alumni you were so vibrant, passionate and full of life and ideas. You struck me as an outright and unpretentious lover of Jesus, this stuck with me and I would ever remember you as such. Rest on in the Lord dear sister, until we meet at Jesus' feet. Truly your transition is a loss to us earthlings, but a gain to Heaven.
Posted by Precious Oluleye on May 6, 2021
An Awesome sister with a presence that always leaves an indelible mark on hearts.
You will be remembered! God's blessings on all you left behind. Rest On sis Toun!!
Posted by Oluwaseun Dauda on May 6, 2021
Dear Sis Adetoun,

The news of your demise was a rude shock to me. I saw you last at church on Sunday 18th April and you helped the children get into the vehicle with an umbrella while it rained cats and dogs, I never knew that was going to be the last time, I will be seeing you.

You were a dedicated and vibrant person. A lover of God, dedicated to the work of your maker from way back in school.

It is my prayer that God comfort and bless the family you have left behind.

Rest on dear sis and Good night.
Posted by Joy Atomon on May 6, 2021
If I was told I would be writing a tribute for you few months after consoling me on my sister’s death, I wouldn’t have believed it. But who are we to question God?
May God console your husband, children and the entire family.
Rest in the bosom of the Lord, Toun.
Posted by seyi abolude on May 5, 2021
O death, where is thy sting? O grave where is thy victory? .... But thanks be to God, which has given us the victory through our lord Jesus Christ!!!!
Sis Toun as you were fondly called! It was such a shock to hear of your demise as we had a discussion about you on the same day!! You lived, you loved so passionately and it radiated to all of us around you. Alas, Christ has called you home. One thing we will all be remembered by is the impact we made, and you did, so much, yes you did...... So rest on sis Toun!!
To the Achi's, stay Comforted!!!!!
Posted by KUNLE SONEYE on May 6, 2021
It's so painful to write about Toun in the past tense.

I remember meeting her for the first time in class at Daystar Leadership Academy (DLA). We became good friends inspite of our age difference. She was ever so humble, friendly and full of life. Her lively personality and infectious smile kept our group alive during class activities and joint assignments.

She was always ready to serve and so helpful to all that came to her desk in the church office. Her love for God and zeal for service was unparalleled.

Toun was a 'serial volunteer', always ready and willing to serve in any capacity. I don't remember ever seeing her without a smile. She was a very strong woman with an unusual ability to carry her burdens without betraying anything on her face.

She will be sadly missed by all of us in Daystar. Rest on, dear Sister. You came, you served and gave a good account of yourself even within the short time.

Our condolences to our dear Bro Frank, the children and the entire family.

God be with you till we meet at the feet of Jesus.
Posted by Toyin Awopeju-Soneye on May 6, 2021
Sis Toun served on the Exco of Daystar Women of Destiny Fellowship and also in one of our service teams i.e the Logistics Team.

She was not arm chair member in either group and she served with intense passion and in such a way that you will miss her when she wasn't available.

All you need to do  is tell her what needs to be done and she moves. She'll also do the assigned task with utmost dedication that will make  your heart bless her. You'll pray for her because it'll be clear that she put her very best into what she did.

Summarising who I knew her be, I will say she  was very loving, open, respectful, helpful, diligent, dedicated and highly committed.

Our nick name for her  in Women of Destiny was "Elè  WOD, Babe of Destiny.

My last interraction with her was about 3wks before her demise. I reached out to find out how she was fairing  and I recall she said things were a bit overwhelming and I responded that we would find time to talk, but we never did. This loss is a very deep pain for me as she was a special aburo to me beyond the fellowship. Her ever ready smile, warmth and boisterous nature will be greatly missed.

I guess the question most of us ask is why do the beautiful ones go early? Why?  It's a question we'll never be able to answer.

However, I personally found a comforting answer for me in Ps 90:12TPT:

"Help us to remember that our days are numbered, and help us to interpret our lives correctly. Set your wisdom deeply in our hearts so that we may accept your correction".

Certainly, this answer is for those of us Toun left behind as she is already resting peacefully with her maker till we meet to part no more.

To my dear brother Frank, Seyi, Jomiloju & David; God will envelope you in His lovings arms and comfort you. He will fill every vacuum that she left. You will never be stranded and will not lack help in any form. God will bind all of you together in His love and cause all His perfect and beautiful plans to be fully established in your lives in Jesus name.

To the entire Daystar Women of Destiny and all her loved ones, I say, stay comforted.
Posted by Victoria Jaiyeola on May 5, 2021
Mummy Seyi/ Jomiloju like you're fondly called by me.
LETTER OF APPRECIATION !

Thank you for been there, you're a friend in need, a friend indeed. Thank you for filling in the gap. You're there when I am absent. Thank you for been there for the children. Thanks for your love and kindness. Thanks for been my eyes, my hands, my mouth, a very strong support system. A foster mum to many children, thanks you for sharing your food and love, the advise.
You're greatly appreciated, you can never be forgotten. We love you but God love you most. Sleep on Adetoun till the ressurection morning. God will uphold your husband and your children will never be alone. Adieu.....

Pastor Funmi Jaiyeola (USA).

Posted by Bose Olatunji on May 5, 2021
My Ever Smiling Sis, words fail me at the moment but I take solace in the fact that you are in a better place free from worries and struggles of this world . Thank you for being a part of my life. I will forever miss you. Rest on dear sis.
Posted by Ify Nwanze on May 5, 2021
Its indeed a great stock! Sister Toun and she answers ify ba wo ni! Just like that eternity has come for you. Hummmm can still remember the Sunday in church before you passed on to Glory, little did I know it will be the last time I will see you. Life o! Life.
Thank you for pouring out your all.
My prayer will continually be that God will keep your husband, children and every one and grant all the fortitude to bear this.
Will surely miss you but our consolation is that you are in a better place.
Continue to rest in the blossom of our maker. Good night to a dear sis. Heaven's gain a soldier.
Posted by Bukola Adebayo on May 5, 2021
Sis mi as I fondly called you ,you left too soon, Thank you for been you, Thank you for every support, the blunt advices, for leading and showing how its been done, you were a phenomenon, I know you are in a better place ,who are we to question God , Rest on sis you are greatly missed.
Posted by PATIENCE AKHIDIME on May 5, 2021
Toun, words fail me. Indeed I'm dazed, trying to accept that you are no more.
Two years we spent in Caleb University during our MBA was indeed a time we bonded together. We shared the joy and stress of combining family life, work life and academic life. We laughed, complained, appreciated, celebrated milestones together. I can't seem to forget your admonition each time you see me taking iced tea (smile). Or your down to earth nature...
Who would have thought that less than a year after the travail you will join the heavenly host in singing praise to the Father? Indeed life is flitting, a flower so fresh in the morning and withers at the scorch of the sun.
Psalm 90:12 KJVS
So teach us to number our days, that we may apply our hearts unto wisdom.
Adieu Adetoun, the memories we made together lives on.
Posted by Kehinde Akingboye on May 5, 2021
Sis Toun, your demise is sudden but full of beautiful memories that are impossible to erase. Since I know you till your glorious departure you remain an inspiration to me. The Reformers, a family you served under as AGS/JMDF of YCTCU can never recover and will not be able to find a replacement for you. You are a bridge builder, a path finder, an incurable optimist and above all, a lover of people and God. I bid you goodnight and to meet at the resurrection morning.
Your friend,
Kehinde Akingboye
President YCTCU 2003/2004 set.
Posted by Abosede Chizurum-Ekwonye on May 5, 2021
Mama Toun, As one of your babies at YCTCU, I was in shock hearing of your passing.

You were called and you fulfilled your calling
You cared so much for everyone
You gave so much love and care
You spent and was spent
Knew when you emerged as Joint Mid day coordinator, You were capable and you proved your calling

I thank God for the gift of You
I thank God I knew you
Thanks for been mummy Toun of the Living God

The last time we spoke, you said you missed me.... Kai and I responded, I missed you maami

Maami... I missed you too
God bless you soooo much,
God bless your children and their children

I miss you Maami
Posted by OLATUNJI FATAI on May 5, 2021
Sister ADETOUN, you will forever be missed, rest on ma
Posted by Titilayomi Kikiope on May 5, 2021
You will forever be missed. Rest on my super woman
Posted by Leke Adenuga on May 5, 2021
Toun, you are an amazing soul.

You burst always with energy.

One person I know to be openly blunt, spirit filled & free.

Your unique gift of being straight & direct makes you one of the most predictable & straight up individual that has crossed my path.

You are such a selfless being, the way you submerge yourself in support of others can never be forgotten. Your commitment to Daystar & the things of God is always at the next level. It makes one wonder if you ever considered you for once.

A wonderful family you have, your love for your Husband (Achi) & Children (Seyi, Jomiloju and King David) has no rival. I remember how you always brought them to every of our discussion, your husband in particular.

I cannot even imagine using past tense for you.

All I can say is I am thankful for the memories of you that I can hold on to.

May your family be greatly consoled & get through this with full assurance of the amazing future you have always desired for them.

Do rest in peace & well in the bossom of our dear LORD.

It is indeed well...

LA (Leke Adenuga)
Posted by Sikuola Adewuyi on May 5, 2021
Toun, I fondly called you Babe of Destiny. Little did I know that Destiny would call you home as a baby - still so young! But even though you were young in age, you were matured and wise in the way of the Lord. You served selflessly and had a smile for everyone. We will miss you but we take solace knowing you are resting in the bosom of our Saviour.
Posted by Harrison Dominic on May 5, 2021
With heavy heart I pray for eternal repose of (Adetoun Achi) who was humble, distinguished and a beautiful soul; now ascended into heaven, away from us, but closer to God. You will forever be in our hearts. May God Almighty rest your soul in eternal Peace. Amen!
Posted by Jedidiah Ogunleye on May 5, 2021
Wow. I thank God for Toun and for the life she lived for God and humanity. I have known her for years and always knew her as someone sold out to God and kingdom agenda. She gave her all to her family and to the church. Our loss is heavens gain. Toun we miss you and miss your contagious smile. You are humble and loving. God will comfort your family and the body of Christ. Sleep well in the bosom of Christ.
Posted by AKINNIBOSUN BUSAYO on May 5, 2021
You were in deed a rare gem,
We cannot quickly forget you, A good general of Christ, YCTCU and the Overcommers generation love you .
Rest in the bosom of our Lord and your saviour Jesus Christ
Till we meet again at Jesus feet
I love you Good night
Posted by Muyiwa Adeyemo on May 5, 2021
I got to know Toun when i went for my MBA at Caleb University. She was a Jovial, vibrant lady who was not afraid of speaking her mind and her truth. She was quite friendly and would always light up the class with jokes and laughter. She committed herself to serving God and the church which speaks to her selflessness and godliness.

She would be dearly missed. Rest In Peace Toun.
Posted by Obisanya Ayomide on May 5, 2021
Mummy toun ....i love you ma ...and I can never forget you ma.. may your soul rest in perfect peace in Jesus name... Amen
Posted by Folarin Bankole on May 5, 2021
She was such a Great woman. Very selfless!!! Selflessss. I love her forever ! She will borrow me her fan and tell me Fola use it, don’t worry about me I will be fine. She sure lived well
Posted by chukwu peter on May 5, 2021
When I got admission for my MBA in Caleb University, barely 2weeks to the exam, she was one person that assisted me and make me believe in myself all through, till the conclusion of our program... That I'll forever be grateful to her, trust me 'cos she was part of my success story...

Hmmm... Still like a dream... honestly, it came as a shock to me! Sincerely, this is not what I want to hear but what can we do, God understands and perhaps we'll understand it better bye and bye...

As heaven has embraced & welcome you in that home beyond the blue, may u continue to rest in your Maker's bossom @⁨Toun⁩ even 4eva...
Posted by Abimbola Oluwabukola Ayen... on May 5, 2021
Its still unbelievable you are gone forever! God will continue to rest your soul in perfect peace. We love you but God loves you much more

Sun re o sister T.
Posted by Ojo Oluwaseun on May 5, 2021
I never had the opportunity to meet or see her, but I've heard a while lot from executives in YCTCU. She was always available for the needs of students. You be forever missed Mummy Toun. Till we meet again at the feet of Christ
Posted by Adoggang coutoure on May 5, 2021
Sis Tee
Your death came as a big shock to me and the BLV BODY community at large!
To know you is to love you! You encouraged me on the journey to exercise and pushing me to a healthier state!
Oh Death where is thy sting!
We miss you and you will forever live in our hearts
Who will push me to do more?
Posted by Tola Seedy on May 5, 2021
This is still hard to believe and I keep remembering episodes of our interactions.
You were always energetic and passionate about life and everything in it. Typically happy and willing to bend backwards to help.
I'm glad you're in a perfect place now and I trust God to watch over your husband, kids, and other loved ones.
Thanks for all you did. And the memories.
Posted by Amen Osa on May 5, 2021
Dearest Toun,

The news of your death left me totally shattered not in my wildest imagination will this hit me just like that. You were the 1st friend i made in Caleb Uni as a matter of fact u made me pull through even when i was gonna defer my admission. U encouraged me and helped me get through from the beginning.

I'm really speechless Toun i thought it was all now good in that regard ... it was a great pleasure having u as a friend and sister. U 'll be greatly missed.

Rest in the Lord's bosom my Dearest Toun Achi ❤
Posted by Samuel Chukwuemeka on May 5, 2021
Seriously am shocked about how it happened, you are a very big miss to the Christian union yabatech family........you really made impact....thank you so much
Posted by ikechukwu james on May 5, 2021
Adetoun Achi,

It's so hard to type this, and am still in shock!

I can no longer see you but I trust you're in a better place. In your lifetime you have touched so many lives even at death.

Many lives have been influenced here on earth just because you came. I still remember vividly your conference ministration at Agege as a guest speaker on women empowerment program, You left behind legacy. Sleep well, you call me padi me, hmmm! It's over here on earth ( Temporary home), heaven is our real home. ( Permanent home)
Posted by Takeet Oluwafunmilola on May 5, 2021
Sister T, I will forever miss you. The news of your death is still one of the shocking news I've ever received. If I had known you were leaving soon maybe I would have come closer to you. But you lived your life well.
You always ensure that you light up, encourage at every opportunity you get.
Keep resting in the blossom of your Lord ❤️
Posted by Abiola Dauda on May 5, 2021
Sis Toun,

You left suddenly but you packed so much life and impact in the short spell of time you spent on this side of eternity. You were agile, friendly, passionate and very committed especially in the things of God. 

I take comfort believing you are in a better place now, face to face in worship of your creator. Continue to rest in peace dear Adetoun in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by ifeoluwa oluwatoyin on May 5, 2021
It is hard to believe that the angels have carried you home at a time we least expected. We hardly take in the fact that your sudden demise has unexpectedly terminated the moments we enjoyed with you. I do wonder if we will ever find anyone to take your place! You left a hollow no one can ever fill halfway.
Momsi as we always referred you; you are a beautiful flower plucked from the flower bed to be a sweet-smelling savor in the presence of your maker. But it is hard to come to terms with the fact that we will never hear from you again. Sweet memories fill me anytime I remember the advice you found pleasure in sharing with us, they will forever be cherished. We found consolation in you whenever we got downhearted. Your benevolent smile lifted our hearts anytime you were near us. It’s gone now! Never to come back, oh! How sad I feel. You had a healing voice, which was ever heard in your kind words and prayers. The glow in your eyes always sent encouragement too far and wide. Everyone admired your wisdom in solving complex issues any time we sought your input. You were a role model, and now we can proudly say that you left footprints in the sands of time. Momsi, you were calm even when a situation seemed unbearable. Admittedly, we have lost a precious jewel; if death were stoppable, we would have kept it from coming your way.
You shared everything, your favorite books, food, money, time, music, movies and TV shows with your child friends,siblings, friends, nephew and nieces.
You are such a kind soul and saying goodbye is really heartbreaking. Momsi i doubt if we will ever be able to get over the pain of your death. Tears would not let me pen down how amazing you were.. All I can say is we are heart broken, but we take solace in the fact that we know you are in a better place, free from sickness and pain.
Goodbye darling Aunt/Mom.. We miss you!

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Posted by blessing igbani on May 10, 2021
My Oga! Oga mi! Too much sauce, too much swag, much humour.
Your presence lighten up a place, you ensure to leave a smile on our face whenever and wherever we meet. You always ensure thing are run smoothly even when you aren't there physically.

Your words of encouragement still ring in my ears *you will be alright laslas*

You served fervently as if there was no tomorrow.
You were never tired of work and hardly complain. Looking back now, it seems you knew you will be called home soon.....

Even in your weakness you put up a brave face, you fought till the end....

Ha! I miss you, I will miss........ I know you are in a better place. But is still painful. Its still hard to talk about you in past tense.

Sis Toun! The peace maker....... *Blessing leave am, leave am, na them you dey work for? Na God, so commot face*. "Gboju" You words of caution still ring in my ears...

Indeed you finished strong. Rest beautifully in God's bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ untill we meet in eternity.
Posted by Stephen- Orji Kelechi on May 7, 2021
Met you during our counselling, while we were waiting for our counsellor, you quickly introduced women of Destiny to me and did a follow up until I became a member.
You always look out for me and I always got a bear hug which I started looking out for at every WOD programme.

You told me, you need to get more babes of Destiny so you won't be the only babe, I had to join in this recruiting exercise for Jesus and will continue!

While we were still waiting, someone mentioned to you I just lost another pregnancy, ah I remember the hug and the whisper in my ears,"keep serving, don't stop, he will reward you".
I remember the last WOD exco hangout and all the gists. Thank you sis Toun


Thank you for the living a life of influence!
Thank you for making your life an epistle!

Adieu sis Toun
Adieu the very Babe of Destiny
Posted by Nkiru Onwordi on May 7, 2021
We went for an official visit together...and that's how we connected.

In 2018, you gave me faith.

In 2019, I used your faith. Oh!!! How we prayed out testimonies that year in our early morning prayers and DEEP Sisters' Circle.

Do you remember that your call in 2020? Everything you prophesied...You prayed out your heart!

In the Registration team, you were my ROCKSTAR TOUN!!! You always held it down for us all and ALWAYS kept a meal for me.

I miss walking down to the basement to take my breaks with you and Efe...Before long my Manager would call the basement because you both were the first SUSPECT...Lol.

PT asked me to come over on the last Sunday you served in the Registration team, but it was soo tight for me that weekend. I just had to do Church online. Maybe I would have had the last chance to serve beside you in the Reg Team...one last time...just like old times. Then we would have our arguments, jokes, and prayers...one LAST time.

I missed the closure...but I miss you more.

Good night babe!!!
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Shared by Akinyemi Bamidele on April 30, 2021
You will forever be missed Sis. Toun.