My hero & soulmate is gone!!! How do I live with this reality forever? It still doesn’t seem real kayo bobo mi, you had such a big heart but often misunderstood by so many people. I regret that I let you step out of the house that day, we’ve been married for just 4 years, you decided-to leave on our 4th anniversary & it’s also your wake keep on our wedding anniversary ( traditional) how do I live with this terrible memories, did you have to die? We looked forward to old age together when all the kids would have gone to start their families & it’s just me you left alone, Olamiposi still thinks you’re at the hospital & he’s always praying for you to come back “tomorrow”. I know the pain of your demise will never go away, it’s something I’d have to live with forever. We were so perfect together, even our marriage, never knew I’d be a widow just within few years of our marriage. I really can’t put how I feel into writing but I know you’re in a better place & God will rest your soul & forgive you of all your sins & shortcomings. The kids will miss you a lot, your love & your care ….
Daddy, I still believe you are at the hospital, mummy said you’d be back tomorrow, can’t wait for you to be back to fulfill all your promises. I am just 3 years old and I don’t have a dad anymore.
I am sad death took you away. Rest in peace Dad, we love you, but God loves you more.
I’ll miss waking up in the mid night to sleep on your chest, I’ll miss running after you. Rest in peace daddy.
Oh! Daddy, is this a dream? It’s just last week you told us you were @ the Island and promised to see us, we never knew you would leave us so soon. You’d never actually left us so long as this. Though, the death snatched you suddenly from us, still your memory will continue to linger in our minds thinking that you will still sit as your promise. We love you but God loves you most. Good night daddy, rest at the bosom of your saviour. We will miss you greatly daddy.
Daddy! Why did you leave us so soon? You left this family incomplete. Death has suddenly separated you from us.
I cry everyday dad. You were a very loving father, you make everything better, thank you for being the father anyone would ever want to have. Whenever I am sad, you sing that beauti OYINDAMOLA. “Oyindamola konga, ko ko konga,
Abike baby konga, ko ko konga, My lovely daughter konga, ko ko konga”. Now that you are gone, who will sing it perfectly like you? I love you and I will aIways, no matter what, at least you are at a happier place now. May your soul rest in perfect peace and may you make it to heaven.
This is a great loss, I love you daddy.
Big Brother, you came, you saw and you conquered. You touched so many lives for good. You mentored so many about selfless giving and philanthropy.
You remain till your death, an unrepentant believer in the ways of the Lord Jesus Christ and you wound go to any lent to seek his face in respect of any of your challenges, struggles and your developmental strides or aspirations.
Little wonder that the devil struck while seeking the Lord’s face. I know that the devil is a liar and a looser since you now rest in the Lord bosom. Rest in peace till we meet to part no more adieu.
Abiola Badru your loving sister.
TRIBUTE TO A SPECIAL BROTHER AND FRIEND
Our time on earth will be remembered for the impacts we made. Kay was my brother and a friend who was always ready to support the growth of everyone around him. He was an humanitarian to the core and a true lover of Christ.
Humility and simplicity are words that describe him better as he was always carrying these attributes. He was a peace maker and a true ambassador of Christ. A pot of feeling of many Nations had just broken .
You will definitely be missed. May his gentle soul continue to rest in peace.
–Sup Evang Olatosho Oshoffa
Kaymoney is someone I cherish everything about, he’s a brother to me and so dearly. He’s a brother everybody in the world would want or can always pray to have as a sibling .. But I know for sure he’s resting with our God now.
I’ll surely miss him because this came too early but I know he’s resting now …
Our Dear Brother,
Through our Shepherd you became a friend of the Parish and u were al-ways ready to give cheerfully when u were called upon. You were quiet and never proud ..
It hurts us more than we saw you, you worshipped with us few days before this. Sad incidence. Who are we to question God.
You lived a short and meaningful life even though we wish you stayed longer with us.
Adieu Prophet Kayode Badru. CCC lost a Gem .. Our hearts bleed.
CCC INT HOTRS CHURCH KETU
Late Mr. Kayode Abdul Waliu Badru is a friend, not just a friend but brother, he is my chairman my mentor, in his life time he like helping people that is in need he don’t like to hear you say you are hungry, even if is he’s last kobo he will give you to make sure you are okay. He like everyone around him to be happy and that is why I do call him Kobaewude, because he usually say that even when he is spending his last kobo to help one and others, he has done so wonderful in my
life, even when my wife give birth to my son he stood by me in shot he is everything to me. I wish him that he should rest in bosom of Almighty Allah.
My tribute to Kay7 as fondly called in our days of playing football together, while he plays in the midfield always supplying me pass as the striker. And again we were still friends till we grow as bachelor and then married. Kay is such a friend no matter where-he sees his old friends he still cherished and value the past friendship.
I will never forget a call I put through to him about something and he said to me Engr Tokes we be don tey, we, we make I no believe such from them.
I felt so touched that though we really don’t roll but this guy is my true friend.
From Engr Tokunbo
Good night to my humble, quiet brother and friend. I met you 7 years ago, precisely on Prophet Ajibola’s (London) burial. Someone introduced you to me that you are London’s friend. You showed us love, you stood by us to give London a befitting burial. Since then u became part of us ..
May your beautiful soul continue to rest in peace. May God keep and guide all you left behind. What a loss!!!!
LSES OIayemi Rosemary OSHOFFA