This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Stephen Yinka Odunfa 65 years old , born on April 1, 1951 and passed away on April 10, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Yemi Odunfa on April 10, 2020
Remembering you dad, today and always. ❤
Posted by Funmi George on April 2, 2020
Told my kids yesterday it was my fav. uncle's birthday and one of them replied "oh I know, the one with the fireworks". LOL.

Still on my mind❤.
Posted by Funlola Badipe on April 1, 2020
Sweet memories-always. Hunkulu mi.
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 1, 2020
Happy birthday Pops!
Posted by Mobolaji Odunfa on April 1, 2020
It's your day. Still no words, ❤❤❤

Posted by Funmi George on April 13, 2019
This is still so hard to do! I guess not being home makes closure even tougher but in all things we thank God for his faithfulness. You remain on my mind uncle Foli.
Posted by Yemi Odunfa on April 10, 2019
Remembering you today and always Dear Dad.....
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 10, 2019
Fondly remembered
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 10, 2018
Life seems more sweet that Thou didst live
And men more true Thou wert one;
Nothing is lost that Thou didst give,
Nothing destroyed that Thou hast done.

2years today..Sleep on Pops
Posted by Yemi Odunfa on April 10, 2018
I still look out for your face in the crowds, and some days are easier than others....

Remembering you today, as with every other day...and choosing to thank God for the gift your life has been to us all.

Your words still linger, your memories remain blessed, your legacies live on -- wouldn't trade any of these for another who'd walked with us a minute longer.

These words expose the pain - You're not here, but it's ok.

Rest well Dad.

Having done all to stand, Stand still....(Eph 6:13)

- Still Standing
 Yemi O
Posted by Titi Odunfa Adeoye on April 2, 2018
Thinking of you on April 1 as usual. Happy celestial birthday Uncle Foli. Love always...
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 2, 2018
Your favourite month..season...not the same without in peace pops.
Posted by Toyin Seriki on April 10, 2017
Dear uncle Foli
It s hard to believe a year has gone past since that painful day. We continue to thank God for your life and all that you accomplished. You raised 4 fanstatic children who are carrying on and making you proud. We miss you and remember you fondly now and always. Continue to Rest In Peace and give my mum and Aunty Susan a hug for me.
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 9, 2017
A year already! Thankful for the gift of having been born and raised by such a wonderful man!!
Posted by Mobolaji Odunfa on April 3, 2017
Finally, I'm here on this page and it still hurts. I smile at the beautiful memories I have of you and also cry because there will be no new memories to create; my second home is just not the same without you. Thank you for the great times, unreserved love and acceptance, ever open arms to run into, wide shoulders to cry on and of course, your poor (though heartwarming) attempts at matchmaking :).

You remain unforgettable and forever loved.

Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 2, 2017
Happy birthday dad!....
Posted by Funlola Badipe on April 1, 2017
We remember you today and always
Posted by Yemi Odunfa on April 1, 2017
Dear Dad........
Posted by Seyi Odunfa on April 1, 2017
Fond memories of April the 1st, you are sorely missed. Sleep on dad
Posted by Titi Odunfa Adeoye on April 1, 2017
My darling uncle foli :) thinking of you this morning. Happy birthday in heaven. So proud and lucky to have had you in my life. Love always ....
Posted by Oladipo Ojo on March 22, 2017
It was with unbelief that I googled for your full name (Stephen Yinka Odunfa) when I heard from a friend and colleague that you are no more hoping to not find any unpalatable news. Alas, it is true.
You were such a good man and leader of men. You never dealt with people on the basis of presumptions or assumptions.

You were forthright and demanded upright conducts from us your Internal Control & Audit Staff of then Omegabank. You taught us to see ourselves as internal consultants seeking to enshrine order and credibility where such was lacking. It was no secret that your approach to audit and control helped in changing the perception of Omegabank's audit staff from 'Thief Catchers' to troubleshooters who brought solutions to problem situations. Whenever there was infraction, you taught us to look for motive rather than outcome because the motive defined the man, his conducts, behaviours etc. You must be convinced beyond reasonable doubts before you wield the big stick as a member of the Discom.

You encouraged me to pioneer the concept of Resident Internal Control staff in the then Ondo & Ekiti branches of the bank when the group was to be split into core audit and internal control sections. You stood by me in my reports and

How i wish I had the privilege of seeing you before you eventually transited after slight health indisposition as I gathered in some of the tributes. Not because I had any money to give you but to just appreciate and encourage you for being such a great mind that God made you. May your lineage reap from the legacy of mercy and good name that I sincerely believe you bequeathed.

Sleep on in eternal rest SYO
Posted by Lawrence Ladejobi on June 6, 2016
My Oga and Mentor of high esteem. The best boss in the world. My guru of professional accountancy practice in Nigeria.

My prayer is that God will give your lovely Wife and Children the fortitude to bear the great loss.
Posted by Adedayo Badipe on April 22, 2016

Four months ago our family was inconsolable over the death of our sister, mother and grandmother Mrs Adepeju Agbeke Seriki. That we are again gathered today in mourning over another, even more painful, death is a manifestation of the inexorable way of God which passes all understanding.

As human beings we have tended to situate our grief in the fact of this death, paying no attention whatsoever to yet another fact – that it could have been worse.  So it took 65 years for him to succumb to death, a period during which God blessed him generously, he raised his own family, he dutifully raised his children to a level at which their life success was guaranteed and he saw his children’s children.

Therefore even in our deep sorrow we realize and we proclaim that God has been faithful to the Odunfa family. Foli, we thank God for your life. Your last days were not as we would wish but we have chosen to remember you as you were in life – a hardworking man, an uncompromisingly honest person, very stubborn in sticking to your decided course of action, a husband without blemish, a devoted father and, above all, a true Christian. We can never forget the episode in your life story when Satan mobilized a fearsome army against your integrity. Rather than bow to the lure of instant wealth you remained true to your conscience and to God. We are proud of you now as we were then. Where are those warriors of iniquity today? We believe it would have been better had they never lived.

Last week Seyi sent a message to the family on his discussion with you on your birthday, 1st of April. I quote him: “he emphasized the need for love and unity. Please remember him for who he was before his illness: a man who loved you all dearly and fought very hard to remain with us until he could fight no more.” Foli, we shall not do less.

Dotun, may God Almighty stand by you in this unexpected phase of your life. You performed your wifely duty almost to perfection. Foli himself expressed it in the impromptu dance both of you performed at Bukola’s wedding party last September – a dance which drew all the guests’ attention and applause. Foli told us later that it was to mark your wedding anniversary. There could have been no better and public expression of the love between you.
Have faith, our dear ‘Iya Alaje’, as all our children call you affectionately, the God who prospered our widowed mother will take care of you.

Seyi, Opeyemi, Folake and Dayo, you are exemplary children. May God reward you generously for the excellent care you took of your father in his last years. You will receive more from your own children.

Foli, omo agbo d’ere n’Isheri, o d’igb’ose, O d’arin’na ko, o d’oju ala!
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 21, 2016
And today we had your sure you're proud of us all.....❤ Rest in peace dad
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 21, 2016
May his gentle soul rest in peace in the Lord Jesus Christ! Adeniyi Sotayo & Family
Posted by Christian Guardians on April 19, 2016

What a loss. What a bewildering sadness.

We were waiting for our brother Stephen Yinka Odunfa to return to fellowship in our church society believing that the worst was over concerning his health challenges. Alas, it was not to be.

His Creator had a time-table invisible to us. He recalled the soul of our brother back to himself when we imagined the home-call was decades away. Now he has transited to join the saints in heaven and we are left with memories of him. Memories of a true gentleman, genial, accommodating and always ready to help even at noticeable inconvenience to himself.

We will always remember him for his roles in the parish (as Harvest Chairman, Building Committee Secretary, Auditor as well as Consultant for Admin & Financial Procedures at different times) and in our church society (Treasurer). We will remember that he was not given to being voluble in expression. Always a man of very few words but never failing to make his point. Many of us are still in shock. Our immediate individual reactions, when the news was broken on social media, are sampled below. May his soul find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.

Bro. Folahan Olumide, President Christian Guardians:
"Our brother struggled for life for a while, so we must trust that the Lord took him for a rest. May his soul rest in peace"

Bro. Dayo Sowemimo:
"We thank God for the life of our departed brother. This reminds all of us of our temporary sojourn on earth. We believe that God called him at his own time for reasons beyond our human understanding. It is well"

Bro. Bisi Sanda
"What a big loss. Yinka was a genial and likeable during all our being together since 1990 that we got closer in PWC. May God grant him eternal rest and grant the wife and children the fortitude to bear the loss"

Bro. Kayode Onabowale:
"A sad loss. May his soul rest in peace"

Bro. Wale Adepitan
"In shock"

Bro. Yinka Oladitan
"Bewildering. May the Lord grant him eternal rest"

Bro. Sam Falayi
"It is well. May the Lord grant him eternal rest"

Bro Kola Onadipe
"Very, very sad"

Bro. Sola Akingboye
"So sad. What a loss. May he rest well in the Lord"

Bro. Wole Ogunjobi
"May his gentle soul rest in peace"

Bro. Bolaji Oladehinde
"May his gentle soul find rest in the bosom of God Almighty"

Bro. Dapo Ojo
"Painful. But God knows best"

Bro. Lanre Akin-Deko
"May the Lord grant him eternal rest and give the family the fortitude to bear the loss"

Bro. Olumide Ojutalayo
"Oh dear...!! May his soul rest in perfect peace. So sad"

Bro. Laolu Sholate:
"May his soul rest in peace"

Bro. Omo Oleghe:
"Lost for words! This is quite sad. Our hearts go to the family"

Bro. Tayo Douglas:
"May the Almighty admit his soul to life and rest eternal"

Bro. Jide Johnson:
"My condlences and prayers to his family at this difficult time"

Bro. Segun Oshinyimika:
"What a shocking news. May God grant him eternal rest and the family the fortitude to bear this great los

Bro. Tokunbo Fowode:
"My heart goes to the family of our departed brother. May God grant his soul a good repose"

Bro. & Sis. Tokunbo Akanbi:
"Sad news indeed. Our deepest sympathy to Mrs. Odunfa and the children. Requisecat in peace, dear brother"

Bro. Funto Adebayo:
"Really sad news. May his soul rest in peace"

Bro. Dayo Ajakaiye:
"Shocking. This life sef....May his soul rest in perfect peace"

Bro. Supo Adebayo:
"God will grant the family the fortitude to bear the loss and may the soul of the departed rest in peace"

Bro. Gbade Amao
"It was well. It is well. It will still be well""
Posted by Ayomide Odunsi on April 19, 2016
Dearest Uncle Yinka,

Reading all your tributes has been very comforting to say the least. Your actions and the content of your character have indeed spoken louder than your voice. It is very difficult to deal with the fact that you are no longer with us physically. We wanted you to be here with us longer. We wanted you to bounce back from this being the resilient strong man of the family that you are but you did your best. You fought the good fight and you finished your course. We will remember you for your generosity, the many sleep overs at Wemabod. Trips to Big treat on Sunday after church, Saturday morning fellowship, buying delicious bread, lagos country club e.t.c. The memories are endless, which speaks volumes of your character. You taught us all how to be responsible and accountable by taking up responsibility at a young age. I remember from the many sleep overs at Wemabod, where you assigned everyone chores. It was fun to do as it was a valuable, learning and rewarding experience. We had fun times because you created an enabling environment for us to do so. You were a very principled man and an advocate for fairness. I remember when we pranked you on your birthday on April Fools in Wemabod with some burning palm oil(Seyi's doing). You woke up ready to put out the 'fake fire' and realized it was a prank and took it all as good fun. Looking through your pictures from Ope's wedding, you looked really happy Uncle, and I know it was a very proud moment for you amongst many others. I imagine you smiling from wherever you are. I know you are happy and still with us Uncle. We love you and will miss you very dearly.
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 18, 2016
It is sad you left your love ones so soon. But we believe you have gone to rest with the Lord. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Teniola Olusola-Ogunti
Posted by Tola Olusoga on April 18, 2016
Word fail me but the reality is Uncle Yinka is gone!.
Gone from the troubles and challenges of this world.
You have answered the clarion call to be with the saints.
There in our solace lies.

I walk into the house hoping to hear 'Bawo ni' Tola as i kneel to say good evening Uncle.

I remember Sunday mornings of omelette and bread made by you while you hurry us up to get ready for church. I also remember Saturday morning devotions.

I remember you enrolling with myself, Ope & Folake for swimming classes at the Lagos Country Club. You even got me my first set of swimming costumes. You ensured I learnt how to drive by paying for an instructor. You equally ensured I attended confirmation classes so I can get married in an Anglican Church.

I remember the days i get reprimanded by Aunty Dot and how you'd quietly say 'o ti to Dotun'. You taught me how to say sorry and mean it.

I hold on dear to these memories and get consolation in the fact that you are now at rest.

Sun re O! Uncle Yinka
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 18, 2016

This really is a tough one, words can’t possibly describe it. I never thought I’ll be writing this at my young age. But no worries dad, you raised one tough young man! Although it’s not easy to accept this, I take solace in the fact that God works all things together for the good of His own.
You taught me everything I know. Everything I am, I owe to you. You were my career mentor, my confidant, my counselor, my friend and father. You were that one person who understood my ‘last born tantrums’ as a child. You weren’t perfect but you were my role model. Words can’t express how much I miss you...
Good night daddy, keep watch over us from heaven.
I love you
Posted by Femi Dosumu on April 18, 2016
I fondly referred to you as my Chairman. I would call from afar " My Chair, My Chair" and you would always respond with a smile and genuine warmth.

Bro Leye Kupoluyi & I were the Church Wardens, during the period of your stewardship as Church Auditor at The Anglican Church of Ascension (ACA) Opebi.

How could we ever forget your total commitment to the service of God during your tenure? You were a thorough bred professional and The Lord endowed you with uncommon wisdom. You gave your best talents, treasure and time to the church.

You would spend long hours to painstakingly and diligently check through the church records and account reports. The Lord surely remembers your labour in His vineyard and He would give you a crown to wear, now that you have finished your race.

It was such a surprise to learn of your transition.
How true the words of William Cowper when he wrote:
"Sometimes a light Surprises
The Christian while He sings
It is The Lord who rises
With healing in His wings"

We pray that The Lord would comfort your wife - Sister Adedotun, your children, their spouses, grandchildren and the entire family .

Femi & Foluke Dosumu
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 17, 2016
A rude shock it was to my face as i saw your dp this morning seyi and the next question was is this your dad still baffled as the answer was not coming i went back to the dp and saw this link then it dawned on me he is no more.

Seyi may GOD give you and your entire family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 17, 2016

Dayo... I am sorry about your dad...
His passing away has been nothing but surreal to me. His face was all I could think about throughout the day I heard
I can probably count how many times I met your dad but he was always so awesome and I saw nothing but love respect and pride for him in your eyes no matter how many times you said " don't mind the man jare"
Through everyone of us, his memories will live on and always be cherished. And though he has left us in body... his legacy continues through everybody who knew and loved him.
I pray God grants your family peace.
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 17, 2016
May his gentle soul rest in peace. And may God comfort you Dayo and the entire family.

God bless The Odunfas. Amen

- Pastor B
Posted by Oludayo Odunfa on April 17, 2016
Still haven't found the courage to call you Dayo, and am so sorry for the loss. May Almighty God console the while family and may his legacy live on...
Posted by Tosin Odunfa on April 17, 2016
JOINT TRIBUTE FROM HIS BROTHERS - Mr Sola Odunfa, Engr Kunle Odunfa and Prof. Sunday Odunfa

Folorunso was the name so prophetically given to you by our father on 8th April 1951. Although your friends called you Yinka, but we call you Foli [a.k.a. Father Foli]! God has been faithful in taking care of you even till the time He called you home.

We remember our years together at Ebute-Ero when you were the baby of the family. We had to be careful when washing your clothes because we could not tell what would be in those pockets - nails,
pencil, or marbles! You were ever so busy and adventurous. Your gentle spirit and harmlessness were so apparent.

We can't forget the happy times we had after moving to Ibadan. Your escapades with Olubunmi and Sina earn you the nick-name 'the 3 stooges.' We had marvellous time with Segun, Kike, Idowu, Bose,
Gbemi, Tope, Peju and Kayode. How about those times when we would go to run round the Liberty Stadium practising field.

The years you spent at Loyola College and Government College, Ibadan made you more mature and drew you nearer to God and the Catholic Church. Hence your desire to go into the Holy Orders. You
even went so far as to add Stephen to your name - dropping Folorunso. But it wasn't to be so. This decision to become a priest earn you the nickname "Father Foli".

Folorunso went to the U. K. to study accounting after graduating from the University of Ife in 1974.

He became more realistic in his thinking and way of life. Until his homecall, Folorunso was a stickler to his ideas and value system. He loved all members of the family very dearly. His nephews and nieces found it easy to relate with him and so became their counsellor. We recollect the assistance he gave to one of the nieces who discovered at SS3 that she did not offer enough Social Science subjects to get admission for business studies in the University. Despite his busy schedule, Foli arranged a personal coaching for her to make up for the "shortfall" in the foundation to the subject. She had a distinction in the subject and even went further to graduate with first class in Accounting in the University.

We cannot forget how he brought life into the annual family Xmas party with his constant supply of fireworks for many years!

We thank God for giving him a stable family life through his marriage to Abiola Adedotun ( nee Odunsi), a dutiful wife, children and grandchildren.

He was an accomplished accountant and auditor. He worked for Nigerian Breweries, Owena Bank and Price Waterhouse before retiring and setting up his own firm S. Y. Odunfa & Co. He was the family's accountant.

With age, Folorunso's love for God and matters of God increased. God was very faithful. He upheld him to the end.

We, Odunfas, Ogunbanjos and Olunugas shall miss him dearly.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
-Tosin Odunfa

It seems all too easy to wallow in the doldrums of you departing and just as easy to stew in the sadness of the circumstances through which you made your exit. However it would indeed be a tragedy if we remained in that state for long. If we refuse to attempt to rise above the grief and pain, we may forget to remember that your life consisted of much more than the final act.

Your love for Aunty Dotun and dedication to your children was exemplary. You had an excellent academic and professional profile and you were a man of strong faith and purpose.

I, as a child (and I'm sure i can speak for the entire Lydia16) always felt a strong bond with you, perhaps because you always came across as youthful, or maybe because you were the 'baby' of our parents' household and we subliminally adopted you as the first of the grandkids. Turns out that the gap between you and even Uncle Shola, the eldest, was less than 10 years. I remember finding it hard to believe that Uncle Foli and Aunty Dots were now grandparents...the concept that that forever young couple now had a third generation felt surreal.

In recent years I felt connected to you for a different reason. You seemed like virtually the only one who had the depth of knowledge and the latitude to comprehend and properly critique my path in media from a business stand point. We had a few good conversations on this and I remember being able to flesh out one of my game plans during one of my visits to you last year. You were an important sounding board that I will dearly miss.

You stayed ever true to the Ogun anthem, 'Ise ya', and were a hard worker. I know that you pushed on really hard, and even in your last months you stayed working until it was physically impossible. I remember of course vividly how you worked assiduously early on in your career, I had a good view from spending many holidays with you, Aunty Dotun, the boys, Folake AND Chuck Noris. Ofcourse they weren't holidays for you, and you would leave before day break and return after we were fast asleep. You would however always make time to take us all out on Saturdays and we would have a swell time! That was Uncle Foli of Idi Mangoro; then Wemabod Estate, long before Houson Right and finally Casa de Mende.

On one of our relatively recent conversations, you analysed and contrasted the self employed life with paid employment and I could see a man who had lived a robust life. You were proud of your achievements and strides especially the strong legacy of education you had built in your children. Even when you mentioned that one project that the financial toll of the illness had thwarted, you spoke as though it was a temporary setback. You were a man of faith!

Christmas day from the beginning at Oke Ado was only complete after Uncle Foli had arrived from Lagos, with jolly Aunty Dots and the munchkins... Bisco and Banger! Need I say more? Even after our generation took over the responsibility of the annual fireworks, the signature warmth and love of that baritone gentleman and his amiable sidekick-for-life were not to be missed at the gathering. It was always great having you around Uncle Foli!
As I reminesce and come to a close, I descend into that feeling of loss, knowing that your life's glorious tale has now come to an end. However, I remember with joy, the two grand children whom you lived to cradle and I draw strength to remember not to forget, your whole story!

Stephen Yinka Folorunsho Odunfa was my father's brother and he lived a good life!

-Tosin Odunfa
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016

My journey with Yinka started way back in Birmingham as fellow students, which progressed further when he asked for the hand of my sister in marriage.

To me though, he was not an in-law but a blood brother, a friend and a confidant. 
To my mum he was an additional son who could do no wrong in her sight.
To my family, he was a loving, simple, Godly and kindhearted individual who loved everyone he came in contact with.

Yinka was thoughtful, full of wisdom, integrity and good character. He loved and cherished his family and left behind the legacy of a good home, wife and children.

I have fantastic memories of a good relationship with Yinka like a lot of people and I pray he’s remembered for these.

He will be really missed but I know we will meet again to part no more.

May the good Lord grant him eternal rest.

The Odunsis
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016

Dear Uncle, we never thought we would be writing this so soon after our mum passed. God knows best.

You were a big part of our childhood where you gave us some fantastic memories. We have fond memories of your house in Agege where planes used to fly so low every few minutes. We loved the noise and all the excitement that went with it.

Your unending supply of maltina, green sands shandy and of course the pile of fireworks every Christmas will never be forgotten.

I can still hear Mama’s voice saying “O ti to”! but you were always smiling and would promptly light another rocket to the delight of your kids, nephews and nieces.

Thank you for the memories Uncle. You will never be forgotten and will always be in our hearts.

Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
- Wale Odunaya (GCI)

Yinka you have fought the good fight of life. You have finished the race.
Our desire is that a crown of glory awaits you at the resurrection morn.

We pray for God's fortitude and protection over the family left behind. And we all be reminded that the clock is ticking for us all. Let us be adequately prepared to meet our Creator.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Dokun Fajemisin

Ehoro. February of what year? What a pity. May Yinka's gentle soul rest in perfect peace. He was a gentleman to the core. My heart goes to the family.

Adios mate
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Sola Odunsi

May the soul of Yinka rest peacefully with his Creator.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Bayo Oyemade

Late Yinka Odunfa Was Our Classmate Schoolmate and was a Good Friend At GCI. We attended 3 out of 4 Courses together during our Higher School Cert and we were 2 Classmate that attended his daughter's Wedding Introduction some years back and All Our Classmates just Celebrated his Birthday 3 weeks ago and wished him well in his surgical Recovery he went for in India. 

I Remembered some years back that I gave some Financial Docs to Audit For Me For Our Company Citrup Nig Ltd He Did it. For me and all he wanted was For Me to Come Down From Abuja to see him and talk to Face to Face For d Old Time Sake and Not Thank You on the Phone Which I Did. Now I Feel d Pain of his Departure so also all our Classmates He just had another Wedding For One Of his children about 2yrs ago in London. Well dat is Life.

I immediately Took 2 Hrs of Walk to Go and 2 Hrs to Walk and Jog Back To Shake It OFF in His Memory to a Good Friend Yinka Odunfa and to Say Goodnight to Him. We give Glory to the Almighty God For a Life We'll. Spent Of Yinka Odunfa
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Yemisi Harrison

May his soul rest in peace!
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Naseem Sanyaolu

What a shame. Another one dead before one is buried. Just the way we came. May God's name be glorified. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Biodun Jolaoso

We are sorry to hear of Yinka's passage. May his soul rest in the Lord.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
-Kunle Alli

Very sad news. May His soul rest in peace.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
-Bayo Oyemade

Oh Yinka Odunfa just passed on. What a Shame. He was a Jolly Good Fella. But God Knows Best and We dare Not Ask Why Said Our Lord Jesus Christ. We give Praise to your Glorious Name. May the Jesus Christ Accept him to His Bosom Sola Rest In Perfect Peace.

We thank God For your Life. Our Sincere Condolence Goes to d Wife and Children. And other member of his Family Good Nite Yinka Odious
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
-Afolabi Oladele

Sad news for a Sunday! We lost a true son, a friend and colleague. May the Lord comfort his wife and children. Teach us O Lord to number our days that we may apply our hearts to wisdom.
Posted by Olayinka Ogunti on April 15, 2016
Taiwo Macaulay

We would all have our exits sooner or later. When comet mine? Only Babaloke knows. My fervent prayer is that we would be buried by our children, not the other way round IJMN, amen.

RIP Yinka Odunfa.
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Posted by Yemi Odunfa on April 10, 2020
Remembering you dad, today and always. ❤
Posted by Funmi George on April 2, 2020
Told my kids yesterday it was my fav. uncle's birthday and one of them replied "oh I know, the one with the fireworks". LOL.

Still on my mind❤.
Posted by Funlola Badipe on April 1, 2020
Sweet memories-always. Hunkulu mi.
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