•Popular LAGOS Society Woman
Ayaba Mojisola Adetoun Oloko is a popular Lagos celebrity woman. She is Stylish. She is elegant. She is in fact a Style Queen as she looks forever gorgeous in her outfits any time she steps out to a party or event. She and her siblings gave their late mum, Mrs Margaret Amoke Ojo a befitting burial last week. Mama died on 5th November 2020, exactly the same date her father passed unto Glory in 2016. Shortly after Mama passed on, Ayaba revealed the depth of her loss. She wrote on her Instagram page, “Mummy, I still find it hard to believe that you’ve left this sinful world to be with your maker. Mummy, you served God till the end and finished well, to the Glory of God.” What will Ayaba miss most about her late mum, City People asked her recently? “I will miss her, as My Mother. I will miss her advice, miss her prayers and will miss her jokes. There are even a lot of other personal things I can’t easily pinpoint that I will miss.”
Mama was survived by accomplished children. They are 7 in number. Ayaba is the 2nd born. She has an elder sister in the USA. Ayaba herself is an accomplished woman who is happily married to a loving husband. Both are a lovely couple and they are richly blessed with a great family.
She used to have a Cosmetic shop after her retirement from PHCN Ikeja where she was a Senior Manager. Now, she is into business as her husband’s PA.
Mrs Margaret Amoke Ojo was born on the 30th of July, 1939 at Agbole Ope, Epetedo area of Lagos Island into the Household of the Late Mr Musa Adamson. She was the only child of her Late father but had three (3) siblings who are children of her mother, (Late Mrs Ganiat Asake Ogunnubi).
She attended Ansar-Ud Deen Primary School, Okepopo, Lagos Island, Lagos State.
She was born into a Muslim Family and was Christened Mulikat Amoke. She later gave her life to Christ and was Baptized by Immersion and given the Baptismal name of Margaret.
She was Blessed with Children, Grandchildren and Great Grandchildren doing well across the World. She was a very hardworking, Supportive Wife, Selfless Mother and an Entrepreneur. She and her husband were into Importation of Nylon and Lace in the 1970s. She was also into Several Businesses, ranging from wholesale of bread, eggs, vegetable oils, garri, soft drinks, etc
She was a firm person, Lover of God. She raised Godly Children, not only her biological Children but all the children that came across her path. She served well at St John’s African Church, Ayilara Street, Surulere, Lagos, and later at The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Surulere Main Parish, Nuru Oniwo Street, Aguda, Surulere, Lagos, where she was an active member of The Elders’ Fellowship.
She is survived by Dr. (Mrs) Oluwayemisi Akomolede (Ph.D.), Ayaba Mojisola Adetoun Oloko, Mr. Babatunde Ojo, Pastor Olaide Ojo, Engr. Olasunkanmi Ojo, Mr. Olalekan Ojo, and Dr. (Mrs.) Motunrayo Fafore (Ph.D.).