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Olajumoke Imaobong Kabad Ekong NEE Bamgbose

November 17, 1967 - December 02, 2021

We created a GatheringUs memorial page to celebrate the beautiful life of OLAJUMOKE IMAOBONG EKONG NEE BAMGBOSE. As a family, we hope her friends, colleagues and everyone this beautiful soul has touched will be able to use this medium to cheer her on till we meet again. Her word to us was...  see more

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  • Bukky Ladeji
    Jummy, my friend, my MGHS sister, my jewelry merchant/seller. I will miss your sweet voice and the sharing of the gospel from the springs of grace. Life Ministry. May God's perpetual light shine upon you. Rest in Peace my sister!
  • Olufunke Ogunlade.
    Jummy our meeting was a special one, though our husbands are colleagues and we were on the same platdform the 36RC Queens. I walked into your shop in Gariki not knowing I am entering a friend and sisters shop. You are a very kind soul firm and a lover of...  more
  • Bose Soremekun
  • Oyindamola  Oyelese
    Jumoke the entire MGHS 1983 set is in shock and extremely sad that one of us has passed on. You were a formidable member of our alumni and will certainly be missed. Our prayers continue to be with your dear family that you have left behind. Rest in...  more
  • Tola Koko
  • Toyin Odutayo
    I have fond memories of Jumoke from back in the late 70’s on the MGHS school bus. We were never classmates but always had a smile and friendly word for each other when we met. It was such a joy seeing her at our 35th old girls reunion, the same smile...  more
  • Tolu Sandey
    I will always love you Jummy mi
    You fought like a spotless hero that you are , you were unique , a rare breed now rest well, rest peacefully Oremi ❤
  • Omowunmi Olunloyo
  • Adebayo Adekoya
    Aunty Jummy as I fondly called her. She showed me so much love, so much understanding. I had so many questions, she was always patient to answer all.
    I can’t pick up the phone and just call her anymore. My heart bleeds.
    I will truly miss Aunty Jummy.
  • jennifer malgwi
  • Mo olaniyan
    You fought a good fight Jumoke!

    When we met up in August, I saw a woman who had strong faith and was not going to take adversity lying low. Your life gave a new meaning to Jude 1:3 and I left your house praying that God will endow me with such faith....  more
  • Remi Adebayo
    My Covid-19 experience will not be complete without this amazing woman of faith who just laid down the arms to join the Master on Tuesday.
    The pandemic had struck and barring its deadly fangs; first, with the loss of my...  more
  • Deji Falade
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  • Olatunji Oyindamola
    • Olatunji Oyindamola
      Oluwafimidararere Alakija Jummy, this is hard and it wasn’t the plan at all. I guess you saw a glimpse of heaven and decided to go and join the saints triumphant! We will not mourn as those who have no hope but rejoice that you are resting in the bosom of the Father whom you...  more
      • December 21, 2021
    • Olatunji Oyindamola
      Sola Mogaji I saw the picture and I hoped it was your birthday but it wasn't.. It was your obituary Jumoke and I was just numb... There has been too much loss lately.. May The Almighty rest you well.. And comfort your loved ones.
      • December 21, 2021
    • Olatunji Oyindamola
      Tola Koko Hmmmmm, Jummy, words fail me. How do I start to write about you, we were classmates at MGHS and we got along well. After about 30 years or so, I saw you on Facebook and I immediately asked you be my friend and you add me almost immediately, that was how...  more
      • December 22, 2021
    • Olatunji Oyindamola
      Bose Soremekun Jumoke Bamgbose!! as I still loved calling you. May your gentle soul rest in peace .
      • December 22, 2021
    • Olatunji Oyindamola
      Toyin Idowu Jummy dearest, I remember vividly that afternoon we spent together at Dami's. That was the first time we would sit to gist since out MGHS days. You shared all you had been through and we thanked God it was over and you were testifying. You loved God...  more
      • December 22, 2021