After 30 Years – We Remember You With Love – Mrs Oluremi Sobanjo

Mummy! Oluremi Sobanjo! It was August 1st 1986 that you departed this earth physically but you never really left. Your legacy continues in your children and now your grand children. The people you blessed continue to talk about your gentleness, your compassion and your love for God. We your children remember your care, your prayers, the times you spent reading to us and with us, our trips to the market, the long drive to school sometimes across the nation to check out schools. Mummy you are one in a million. We remember you today. We remember your love for others and we celebrate it.

I (Ade) remember the day you taught me how iron my school uniform. You taught me to iron the pockets of my short. This is just one of the little things that remind me of your love and care!



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Did you know Mrs Oluremi Sobanjo?

Leave your thoughts in the comment section below if you do and would like to say something. We would love to gather your thoughts and memories on this day as we celebrate¬†30yrs of our beloved mum’s transition to glory.

Author: Ade

A passionate follower of Jesus Christ, husband of a beautiful wife, father of two boys, and a pastor of a very loving church family. I love to play around with websites, blogs and also love reading.

12 thoughts on “After 30 Years – We Remember You With Love – Mrs Oluremi Sobanjo”

  1. Such lovely photos of a precious mother.

    Sad I never met you, but I am so grateful for the gift you gave me-your son (and my new sisters). It’s always nice to hear comments about you and look fwd to many more stories.

    I pray confidently that we your kids and your grandchildren will continue to make greater impact here on earth in Jesus name, Amen!

    1. Though I never knew you but I can say I knew you through my precious lovely uncle (Pastor Ade).

      Thank you for the legacies you left and the trainings that are yielding friuts today, we pray for grace to make positive impacts that will also stand the test of time. Amen.

  2. Mum I never physically met you, but I feel really really blessed because of you.

    Thank you so very much for sola. She is such a wonderful woman, loving and exhibiting the excellent legacy you left behind

    Rest in perfect peace Ma.

  3. I remember how beautifully warm you were to us whenever we came for holidays.

    I can remember the house full of guests and relatives. You were very accommodating and hospitable.

    You are not forgotten because we see so much of you in your children. Continue to rest in the Lord’s bosom.

  4. I was too young when you left so i really cannot remember anything about you but i remember all my mum said about you. You were her sister inlaw but yet you were a mother to her, you were so concerned about her and even we her kids. I remember how precious your picture was to her in our family album(just as her mum’s), i remember sometimes when she remebered your departure how tears rolled down her cheeks. She really missed you and wished you were still around i wish i grew up to know you but thank God for my older ones you left behind (Aunties Sola, Funmi, Bola) and Uncle Ade, Indeed they have been wonderful father and mothers to me, just as pleasant as you were.

  5. The memory of the righteous will be a blessing. She would be very proud of you today. Sending you love as you remember Mum with fond memories. Love you.

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