In Loving Memory Of
04:14:1977 - 04:15:2019
Omolara Iyabode was born to father, Julius Agbeni and mother, Maryam Agbeni on April 14th 1977 at UCH Ibadan.
She had her early years education at Dalfred Nursery and Primary School Bodija and St. Louis Secondary School Mokola both in Ibadan City, Oyo State. She later bagged a degree in English/French from the then University of Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
While at UNAD Omolara met her heartthrob Olufemi Sodipo. They became inseparable and later got married on 10th June 2006.
The marriage was peaceful and filled with love with the blessings of 3 great children.
Omolara was a lover of Jesus Christ, very loving, gentle, quite understanding and selfless. She was a passionate cheerleader to her children and often celebrated her friends and family without restraint.
Omolara enjoyed playing with her children, cooking, and meeting people.
On 15th April 2019, she went home to be with the Lord. She is survived by her children, husband and siblings.
It is good night NOT good bye. Rest on beautiful!
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Iyabo as i fondly called you, we met through your uncle Leye years ago, you came to spend time with us in England, you were like a sister to me.
I met you by chance at Everyday supermarket bout a year ago. You were full of live ,ready and willing to assist at the slightest opportunity. I remember the dress
At first I thought you would wake up again and we will all be happy that you woke but unfortunately you you are Gone we will forever miss you from
Omolara Sodipo, your Beke, is finding this pill too hard to swallow. How can I say farewell, when I can’t bring myself to accept that you are no more? All
You are my sister and forever will be I love u still with all my heart ❤️ Rest well sis❤️
You call Flo Flo Flo . your ‘ paparazzi’, I sent birthday message, waiting for your reply which I know you will always do. Surprisingly, it didn’t deliver. When news
May you soul rest in peace,we love you but Jesus love you most,. God will comfort your husband,children and others. Sudden death shall not hear in their mist again. we
Love radiated through you to everyone.Your calmness and captivating smile will never be forgotten. Rest on Sister Lara , a doting mother , loving wife, a pillar …till that glorious
Till now I still find your demise story too hard for me to believe. You are a strong woman, easy going. Rest in peace sister till we all meet at
Iyabo Agbeni humm so sad and shocking right from Dalfred nursery to St Louis ,still finding it difficult to believe,From God we come unto him is our return,rest on dear
Sister Lara!!! That’s how I call you. Known u from my sister n since then u have been a sister too. Always helping out, reaching out,supporting and loving. U gave
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