She was buried on Friday 11th November, 2022 in Lagos Apostolic Mother Mary Abike Tinuade Fashade died at the age of 70. She was born in March 12, 1952. She went to the primary school. Oke-mesi, finished her primary at Ojuwoye Primary School, Mushin, Lagos, from Lagos she follow her brother, PA Sunday Babatunde then went back to Oke-mesi from there she follow her bother P A Akinlolu Babatunde going to Ibadan and learn Tailor during that she met her husband, Kayode Adesela Fashade in 1973 October. She got married to him and bless her marriage with 4 boys and 2 girls. After she started doing business in selling food stuff and some years later she return back to Lagos follow one of her wife Mrs. Silifa Fashade in 1996. She ventures into chanian soap. Every people know her as Iya Olose. Again she live No 61, Fagbemi Street, Ipaja. She started living with her children at Fagbemi Street for some years, while her husband was still at Osogbo later in year 2015, she returned back to Osogbo to joined her husband. She contributed to the success of her children and grand children man ways before she was slept in the Lord in 2/4/22. She was buried on 3/4/22. She was a committee at C.A.C Garden of rest when she was at Ipaja through out her stays in Lagos.
My world! I know your impact when you are alive and I can never forget words when things are going
tough, she was always stand there and back usl. “ Abiyamo tooto ni iya mi titi ti ofi fi Emi re Lele ni aya
olugbala”. My mum is best mother in the universe. I miss her and I will always miss her! Anike Tinuade iya Oluwaseyi Ishola, Ma sun laya olugbala titi Ojo Ajinde.
–Fasade Oluwaseyi Ishola
It’s still like a dream to me that I can’t see you again. Even up till now, am still thinking may be you
travelled and you will soon be back. You are more than a mother to me, you have been my confidant, my gist partner and my everything. Mary Anike Tinuade, my mother my love, everywhere you are shall
be a good ground. I looked both left and right I didn’t see anybody like you around me I prayed may the
good Lord rest your soul. “Oku Olomo ki sun a” pls, don’t forget your children, always hold our back.
Rest in the Bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ till resurrection day.
Maaami, very ruce and caring mother, my mother is the best mom I’ve ever known, it’s so sad I lost you into the cold hands of death, may your soul rest in perfect peace maami, omo Obaala Okemesi Ekiti sun re ooo Anike I will forever miss you my irreplaceable mother!
Mrs. Oyedemi Oluwakemi
A MOTHER IN A MILLION!
My mother was an inspiring soul, always there for all who came to her with their troubles. To the world, you were one person, but to me, you were the world. You taught me love, patience, endurance and the way of God. Mother, you were the truest, dearest, more than a mother to me. In my next world, I will choose you over and over again as my sweet mother. Continue to rest in the Bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Till we meet to part no more.
The love of a grandma is unique. God must have given grandmothers to us to liven up our lives, to make our lives more complete, to make us well rounded and better human beings. She played a big part in my childhood and I can remember so many times sitting in the kitchen and tasting the dishes, she prepare with special love. Showing me
how to cook her delicious meals that i will one day pass down to my daughter or son. She taught me a lot about love and the meaning of family .. She has never been just ‘my grandmother’, but my guardian, my friend and my inspiration.
Tribute to the best late grand mother Mary Tinuade Anike Fasade, oh how are the mighty fallen death where is thy Sting, grave where is the victory. My grandma came, Saw and finally conquered. Rest till we meet to part no more adieu my grandma