The memorial organizer requested donations in honor of Dr. Fadekemi Oyewusi


Funeral Expenses & Support the family.

The aim of this fund is to contribute to support Fadekemi Oyewusi’s daughter (Jemimah) and a small portion may be used to supplement our sister‘s funeral costs. Jemimah’s mum and dad have both relocated to be with the Lord and we know that our God will be with Jemimah. She will blossom and enjoy the grace of God! Thank you for all your support, thoughts, prayers and donations.

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Dr. Fadekemi Oyewusi

On Monday June 29th 2020, Dr. Fadekemi Oyewusi transitioned to glory. Fadekemi, also fondly called “Kemi”, was an inspiration and role model to her students, colleagues and all that had the opportunity to cross her path during her sojourn on this part of the divide. Fadekemi Oyewusi was a dedicated...  see more

BIOGRAPHY OF DR. FADEKEMI OYEWUSI Dr. Fadekemi Oyewusi was born in Ibadan, Oyo State Nigeria to the family of Mr. and Mrs. J.A Sangowusi. Fadekemi was raised in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, Nigeria. She attended Abadina College, University of Ibadan, Ibadan Oyo State for her secondary education after which she gained admission into the University of Ibadan to study Special Education at the University’s Faculty of Education....  see more
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  • Olabisi Adebule
    Rest on my sweet sissy with the swag! You sure fulfilled your purpose. Always in our hearts ✌🏼❤😘
  • Enitan Odeyemi
    Sister Fadekemi we met at Redeemed Christian Church of God Jesus chancery, Ibadan, my son and your daughter were both in the same sunday school class, I met you and your husband at the time and we chat once in a while in church but you are always...  more
  • Ronke Adebajo
    A shock to hear about your passing on Fadeke. I bless God for your short but impactful life. You reached out to me after thirty something years we left secondary school. You were an encourager. I pray for comfort for your daughter, mummy and siblings....  more
  • Ruth Opeyemi Oyewande
    Knowing you since 1990 in the fellowship of Student Christian Movement , University of Ibadan (SCM UI) has brought lasting memories.
    Thank God, I recently had the opportunity to share with you an old picture we took together in University of Ibadan...  more
  • Chinelo Robinson
    My beloved friend & sister from another mother,words cannot express the pain & sorrow i feel by your passing,iv asked God time & time again why, but He knows better.We me 37years ago as undergraduate in the university o
  • Olanike Adeyemo
    Fadekemi was special. I knew her from Undergraduate days, but got closer just before and after her husband passed. She had a sweet spirit and a great big smile for everyone. A hard working, passionate and excellent lecturer, academician and...  more
  • Adebanke Adeoye Idowu
    .I loved you somuch and missed you more each passing day but your word kept ringing in my hears"BANKE,ME I DONT WANT TO GO TO HELL OH,LETS DO WHAT THE BIBLE SAYS"I I believe God to have taken you up to Heaven because you fought hard to make it...  more
  • Sophia Adeyeye
    The most painful goodbyes are that ones that are never said and never explained. Your death came to me as a rude shock. You gave me your shoulders to fly on. How can I ever forget a mentor, a woman of great vision for school librarianship with academic...  more
  • Omolara Oduola
    Mummie Fadeke,(as we would call you as kids), you were family to us.Present at almost all our school graduations, always present for all our birthdays and always showing support.You were a motivation through your advice, lifestyle &your achievements....  more
  • Afolabi Tinuade
    Fadekemi, a Sister and a Friend
    I am grateful to God for bringing her to my life. She was very kind and accommodating. Her friendship infused strength, assurance and much joy and I was able to pull through. My friends, sisters and acquittance became her...  more
  • Babatope David
    Sister Fadeke, I met you about two and a half decades ago through your look alike sister who is my bestie and from the first meeting, you accepted me like a younger brother .
    Whenever I come visiting, you were always accommodating and warm. I never saw...  more
  • Shalom Olufunsho
  • Christianah O. Ogunlehin
    She loved God.
    She loved people of God.
    She loved service of God.
    A drama minister.
    Peaceful and always calm even in the face of adversity and pain she still sing her song.
    In Christ Alone,my hope is .........
    Rest on Deaconess Fadeke .
    God helped you...  more
  • Gim Oni
    Aunty Fade, I never saw you angry or sad. You were always cheerful and encouraging. Thank you very much for the support you gave we SCM LAUTECH members. You made library access easier. You stood for us. May God preserve and protect your legacies.. Sleep well ma
  • Samson Ojoawo

    🙌🏽 *FAREWELL*🙌🏽
    (Nee Sangowusi)
    _Transited to glory on 29th June after a brief illness😞_
    *Dr Fadekemi*, was an active SCMer in...  more
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    • Samson Ojoawo
      Gim Oni We'll never forget her impact.
      • July 13, 2020
  • Katy Manck, MLS
    From the 2015 IASL Conference until recent days, dear Fadekemi was a strong supporter of reading, school librarianship, and global connections through the International Association of School Librarianship, among her many worthy academic connections. We...  more
  • Folasade Bolaji
  • Dolly  S
    You have just given birthdays a different definition Sis. Fdk! Sleep tight ma!
  • Folasade Bolaji
    Heaven holds my sister on this her special day.
    Happy Birthday to my lovely big sister in Heaven, Motivator, mother and Friend! Death can only takes you away from me but it can never take the previous bond, and memories we made together while on earth....  more
  • Olabisi Adebule
  • Olabisi Adebule
    Dearest sister Fadekemi,
    I had looked forward to celebrate you on your birthday today but instead I had to summon the courage to bid you farewell at last.

    You lectured me during my first year at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology and we both...  more
  • Christo O
    May the good Lord grant the family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss, and may her soul rest in perfect peace.
  • Oluwatoyin Okeleye-Fadeyi
    I wasn't very close to Sis Deke but I remember how I used to check on her anytime I had something to do at the school Library in my final year at LAUTECH.
    She used to come with baby Jemima to work then and then she would ask how I was doing and I would...  more
  • Adebowale Owoseni
    I have been fiddling with this keyboard for more than two hours, still, it is difficult to put my thoughts together in writing. I'll rather not say a word but because the Internet "never" forgets, it is beneficial to say a few things...  more
  • Folasade Bolaji
    Met Sister Fadex 1997 at Ladoke Akintola University ogbomoso when I was doing my pre- degree and she was Liberian 11 then went to the same church Rccg Firebrand, very dedicated, lover of God, Motivator,y gist partner always asks your well being even to...  more
  • Adenike Afolabi
    Dr Fadekemi, where did all the time go? It seems like only yesterday I met you at a hall in High Wycombe during your UK holiday while attending a friend daughter’s birthday with Jemima. Me and you were chatting, laughing and taking pictures as if...  more
  • Blair Vick
    I met Kemi and Jemimah at Oakmont Baptist Church shortly after they arrived in Greenville, NC and we became immediate friends! We spent lots of time didn’t take me long to realize what a remarkable person Kemi was! Having her as a...  more
  • Olamide FAGBOLA
    Sis Fadekemi, as I write this, I weep because you left too soon without saying goodbye. I also laugh when I remember the many hours we spent on the phone talking, laughing at ourselves and laughing at others. So many pleasant memories!

    We met in GT in...  more
  • Dupe Oladejo
    I knew Dr Fadekemi Oyewusi in 2008, I was an undergraduate at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso then.
    Dr. and her late husband were our parish pastors.
    Mummy Oyewusi, as we fondly call her has an enviable and amiable personality. She...  more
  • Michael Adetoba
    Death, a five letter word, is but a passing phase of life. It is painful to write about the sudden departure of a caring lecturer Dr. Fadekemi Oyewusi. The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living. What we have done for ourselves alone dies...  more
  • Dolly  S
  • Olajumoke Solanke
    Fadeke was my secondary school friend. We were in the same class at Abadina College U. I. We lost contact after our WAEC and got reconnected in 2015 when my daughter got admitted into her department in U. I LARIS. I never knew our coming together would...  more
  • Ibukunoluwa John
    I remember Sis Fadeke so much during my undergraduate days at Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,Ogbomosho. I had just joined the RCCG, Firebrand Parish with my friend back then. She was the drama group leader and she encouraged me so much then....  more
  • Dolly  S
    Do you know how it feels to lose one of your favourite aunts? You may not want to know. You'll be very sad and it's an unpleasant experience (feeling). At some point you remember all the great memories that you shared with her. Let me tell...  more
  • Dolly  S
    Big Mommy Is The best.

    Do you know what it is like to lose one of your dearest Aunties? Well, you would most likely not want to know what it feels like because it feels terrible and very very sad. In this tribute I will tell you about my Auntie and how...  more
  • Dolly  S
    My mum was the most wonderful person in the whole wide world. She was a very strong person and she wasn’t a quitter.

    If there is something about her that I’ll never forget, it is how patient she was and how she didn’t lose her faith in God even...  more
  • Dolly  S
    My number 1 supporter in everything I do especially my YouTube Channel. Always writing comments and excited to watch my videos. The last word u told me was, “you can’t wait to leave hospital to watch my latest videos”. Anyway, Jemimah loves you & I...  more
  • Dolly  S
    Over the years, senior mama always reached out to me via WhatsApp always asking how I was doing and taking interest in my life.

    It brought me so much joy to know that I had her caring for me. With her passing, it has brought me great sadness knowing...  more
  • Dolly  S
    There will never be another aunt like senior mama, my favourite memory of her being when we sat down in the sitting room and we talked about chocolate for hours on end as we joked about living and eating a chocolate house. For years she loved, cared,...  more
  • Dolly  S
    My aunt would always take care of me and my brothers and treat us like we were one of her own. She was one of the kindest women I ever had the pleasure of knowing. We would joke and have fun together, she had high hopes for our futures and she knew we...  more