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Thursday, September 09, 2021

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  1. Chai, my Grandma, sweet memories. May God rest her soul

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    1. My grandad was a nice one and God continue to rest his soul

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    2. My mother inlaw
      She always told me how beautiful I am
      Always complementing me

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    3. My uncle, Chris Obiri-ibe and his love for Rock n Roll. May his soul continue to rest in peace, amen

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  2. This is a painful one SDK. The last call i received from my younger sister when she was on her death bed. Her voice broke me. Doctors told her to call her loved ones that she was not going to make it. She was in the U.S and sick for a very short while. Rest on Zizi
    The last time i saw my eldest brother. He was so ill that he could no longer walk. I still see him waving his goodbye. Rest on Ugo.

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    1. Awwww. Sending youπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. So touched. May their souls continue to rest in God's bosom.

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    3. I want to hug youπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯

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    5. Hmmm it is well,sorry for the loss

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    7. So painful, so sorry for your loss πŸ™

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  3. Anytime I pick up my hair net I remember my late elder bro uses my mum's own to dance sisqo. I stopped using net because of this.

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  4. Caring. My Grandmother was sooo caring. I guess I can say she instilled that in me. She cared a lot about people. She didn't have to know you to show you love. She taught our house helps how to read, and write. She always used our books to teach them, and she gave them homeworks. πŸ˜†. She always told them they were not going to be helps the rest of their lives. May she continue to rest in peace. πŸ™‡‍♀️

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    1. My grandpa, God rest his soul, amen. He was too good. Before he died, he would come to Akure for his pension and whenever he comes, he brings lots of yams, pears and everything you can think of. He never ate alone, He would pack all those things from his farm and walk all the way home cos he hated bikes. And at night when he prayed, he starts with mentioning all his children and all his grandchildren one after the other to pray for us all every night before he slept. He did all this kneeling down. A dedicated Catholic he was. He spoke European English cos he worked with them back in his youth. When he became too old and started messing himself, I couldn't help it. I naturally get irritated easily that I could start throwing up but with him, I cleaned him with so much joy without blinking cos he deserved more. I miss him so much and I know he's resting with the Lord. Everyone knew him for him openness and truthfulness. Rip Pa Ezekiel.

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  5. I miss his smiles and gentility.....

    My loving Dad. God rest your soul Palee. πŸ’•

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  6. This is a sad post.
    I remember an aunt of mine. The woman lost her husband when she was barely 30, she suffered to train her two kids, put them in the best primary and secondary schools and was determined to train them till they finish university and get jobs. Then one day we heard she had TB, it was mismanaged and she died in her early 40s when the kids were still in secondary school. It was so painful. It was then that I knew TB can kill just like that.

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  7. πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

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  8. My Evangel... She will always make us spend every Valentine's day at the orphanage being an orphan. Such a loving soul that death took away.

    Continue to rest on Evangel. Greatly missed.

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  9. My dad... My dad. I miss him everyday. He would give us his meat. He doesn't like to eat alone. Do you want more meat? He will tell my mum, nne bring more meat for my kids πŸ₯΄ my mum will be fuming!😁😁 I love you dada. Keep resting!

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  10. My one year old nephew. One of the most handsome boy, so hairy and his smiles O.M.G. How smiles could mend the broken heart. He died the same day he came to this world. I couldn't cry which was the worst, my heart almost turn to pieces

    After his dead, I dreamt every night how a tall man with with cloth, will always bring him for me to see him, he will drop him with me and stand outside while I play with him. And when I wake up, I will be so broken. Until I prayed to God to stop making me see him so I can move on and he did. Shawni we will always love you and miss you. You were just one year, and it 5 years now, but your smiles and how gentle and cute you were has not left our heart

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    1. 😭😭😭

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    2. πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

      It's well!

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  11. My Dad used to love the peppered oil rice i used to cook for him anytime I'm in Benin, no matter how they try to cook it for him he still complains. I miss my Dad, too many memories abeg.

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  12. My sugar Daddy πŸ’™πŸ’™ oh I miss those peppery sauce he does with goat meat and bush meat..he was a great cook

    Continue to rest in paradise DadπŸ™πŸ™

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    1. Awww boo. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  13. My grandma,she was a giver of love.
    She taught me how to cook,how to be a wife material 1000 yrds.the news of me being pregnant broke her into shreds.she died hrtbroken and I was scared and ashamed to even go to her burial.
    Please forgive me nne😭

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  14. My mum,I miss her so much,she died this past May and we buried her last month. I have still not gotten my self,still can't eat,lost sooo much weight hmmmmmmm. Continue to rest on mommy,I MISS YOU DIE

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  15. My loving granny.
    She's such a gd and caring gradmama to everyone ard her. She fit dash u her eyeballs
    Her everyday pounded yam n efo riro nko?
    Her spoken English nko? We all missed it
    She would call Method -Methodist(do u know the methodist to use for so so and so)
    Hyper tension(bp)-agriculture( she can't have agriculture in her life o)
    Jollof rice - jollos
    Fried rice- frangrice and so on...

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  16. Strolls out of post 😭😭😭😭

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    1. Come on, come here *gives you a very tight, warm hug*πŸ€—πŸ€—

      You'll be fine, okay?

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    3. We understand,your sweet daddy, pls take heart.
      May he continue to rest in peace.
      πŸ€—πŸ’–

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    4. We understand,your sweet daddy, pls take heart.
      May he continue to rest in peace.
      πŸ€—πŸ’–

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    6. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  17. my dad's calmness in the face of crises, and how it seems like he has solutions to problems.
    Kai!!! how much I miss him πŸ˜–

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  18. May your soul RIP my look alike best friend #SKUANA I still check out our 3stars ..they are still there and you left me nugga!! Emmanuel rest well!! I miss you crazybeing!!

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  19. Chai this one is so touching...In my former place of work, one guy Gbolahan; he was a sales rep oh that guy was so funny and he liked panting like a dog just to get my attention πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚ Chai so so painful I miss him

    Then my 4th sister born 1999 though she died 3 days after birth due to medical negligence..I miss her, sometimes I imagine how she would have been now, her look, her smell..We do some sort of remembrance ceremony for her every 14th May...Beautiful baby girl with plenty hair..Chidiogo my angel rest well πŸ‘ΌπŸ‘ΌπŸ‘Ό

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  20. My dad. Once he enters a room eh, the whole room comes alive. His loud and sincere laugh, will make anyone laugh no matter what you are going through.

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  21. I remember the last trip I and my dad took to London. I used to have excessive flow during my period but this time the flow was extra excessive cos my mum had just given me one tea like that from tianshi that she was told will help with the excessive bleeding. Long story short, the seat had become soaked with blood, was even scared to get up. My dad told me to go to the toilet and then he would try to clean up. He used those in flight blankets to help mop up the blood on the chair and then used his own blanket as a base on the chair so it doesn't get stained more.

    I miss my dad so much each day. He went all out for all of us. Every visiting day, PTA meeting,school activity, graduation he always tried to be in attendance.

    My dad my hero! Eniolorunda sun re o!!

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  22. My mum.she was killed by cancer of the lungs.

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  23. My Grandma wanted talking to me on her death bed, my aunt sent a message to me that I should call her, but didn't get the message on time when I eventually did I tries calling the next day but my aunt was not close to her and when she was around her it was either she was sleeping or doctors were attending to her didn't know the condition was that worse

    It skiped me the following day until evening I called my aunt said she couldn't speak to me at that moment😭😭 then next morning the news of her dimise hit me hard😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 I felt that pain that I couldn't speak to her and the fact she requested she spoke to me broke me.... Cried non stop that that day and regretted giving the call a space would have continued calling
    😭😭😭😭😭

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  24. My grandmother and my father in-law
    Very loving and caring souls.
    May God continue to grant them eternal rest.Amen.

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  25. My kid brother and dad,I always remember their smiles

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  26. My father, such a caring man that can go extra length to provide for his children, it's sixteen years already you departed this world, continue to rest in the bossom of the Lord.
    My elder brother, I remember you were home till around 3pm when you decided to go out on this fateful day, only for me to receive call that you had an accident with your bike, you were hit by a drunk driver, you went into coma immediately, we never got to talk to you again till you passed on, if money could save life, you would still be alive today but we know you're in a better place, I missed everything about you Daddy Dami. What a memory.

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  27. My Dad,miss you baba. If my mom refuses to give us food as a form of punishment and my dad gets to know na 3rd world war o πŸ˜†πŸ˜†. Rest on baba,will always miss your dimpled smiles.

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  28. My Grandma (Rainbow) she was the fairest of them all. Oh ! RAINBOW NWAANYI OMA the aroma of her soup can make any one hunger, and the taste is on another Level πŸ‘Œ. Mama I wish you're still alive. I've grown and I've children of my Own now. Continue to Rest in peace Mama Alor.
    My Grandpa (Ezenweafor) The Strongest man I know, He was so protective of me when we came back from the North (Sharia). He Loves to cook. I still feel your watchful and protective gaze around me sometimes. I won't forget how you fight for me in my dreams. I Love you Thousand niii Rest well papa Nnukwu...

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  29. My grandma, the professor of the house, a chartered accountant with no Gorman education, our English lecturer. Oh my dear grandma. I really miss her. πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”πŸ˜”

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  30. My mum how I miss her so very much 2003 I will never forget when cold of death snatch her from us at a tender age, she taught me how to discipline in anything I do and how to survive any challenges that come my way, my best friend,my confide my solution giver, Eka ke otu mme Eka I miss you rest on.

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  31. My late parents
    I lost my Dad at age 12 and Mum age 18.
    My dad was a fun to be with, He can play with us for AFRICA My Mum was angel sent to us

    May they continue to RESt in the Lord

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    1. Iam so sorry! May God heal your heart,this got me crying

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    2. Thank you

      Baba God has been there for my siblings and I

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  32. An emotional post.
    My Dad, my hero, my everything. The last call we had. He died two days later. Remembered him an hour ago and wept. Still emotional.

    My elder sister. Her genuineness. Her love. Her unselfishness.

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  33. My senior sister and how she filled the role of been the eldest,took care of us when mom was not home,so calm and intelligent but always sick.she was studying medicine,she died in my eyes.i mourned her for ten years till she appeared in my dream begging me to allow her to rest and move on😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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  34. My dad. The night before he died, a Friday night, we made new banga soup of fresh fish. I was having issues with my bf then, so I was moody. So at dinner time, he called me to join himself and my mom. I declined cos of my bad mood. He died in his sleep the next morning πŸ˜₯
    I'll forever regret not joining him that night.

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  35. Today's bep is just so sad. Making somebody cry anyhow

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  36. Sigh...my grandmas'...very funny and dramatic. My friends...it was a stressful day dont want to go down this road.

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  37. My daddy,the drama king,the ever bubbly ex soldier,we miss u,nobody to give us unending gist,stories and reports of what has bin happening in our absence.the house has never bin the same since u left.i pray that every January 1st we all will have reasons to be happy and celebrate the season.u left us when we should have bin celebrating the new year.Rip daddy,we all miss u.

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  38. My Father,my dear FatherπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯It's been 23 whole years,He was the only one that could actually understand me without words,same temperament.When he squeezes,the whole family and community catches cold.My only wish was that you had the opportunity to put things in order before leaving,continue resting in God's everloving arms until we meet again in heaven.RIP DaddyπŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  39. My late dad.
    .every good memories of him bring tears to me.. can't type long about our memories together.. Dad may you continue to rest in the Bossom of our lord amen..

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  40. My Dad, my superhero Dad.....
    The first love of my life, as a child he deposited so much love in us that carried me all through teenhood to adulthood. I grew up searching for his definition of love and I'm glad I didn't settle for anything less. But then how could I?, I had felt love, touched love, breathed love, I knew what each letter of the word meant and all of this was because of my Dad.

    I admit he wasn't the best of husbands, he had his flaws but he was unarguably the best Dad ever. He lived for his kids and in his eyes I was perfect. I had loads of self esteem and confidence because of him. And yes I was his fave, daddy's little girl I am. He was always came through for all our events despite his tight schedules, he paid our school fees before the session resumes, he shopped our clothes himself including our private wears. He stocked up the kitchen stores with food stuff in bags. He was loving but a disciplinarian, no nonsense Father he was. All my first experiences I had as a child was with him, we'd chat and talk about societal issues like adults. He'd never take a decision without a poll.

    I could go on and on but today is not the day for memoirs. As we count down to 20 years since you left us, I hope I made you proud, I still cry, I still talk about you, I still remember the goodbye I said to you the day you took that ill-fated trip, I still remember waking up from my sleep in the evening crying and telling my sisters to pray that something had happened to you. I knew you came to say bye then and I know you're still with me now. I love you Dad, I still bear your name. Nothing can ever take your place!!!!

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  41. Oh my Dad, so caring careing and over generous, so many things to type about him 😭😭

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  42. My elder brother's love and care.His sudden death made me hate the month of September and almost drove mum crazy.Still feels like yesterday.Brother,we love and still miss you and I type this with tears in my eyes.
    RIP

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  43. I just deleted everything i typed. The whole thing just brought back memories. Mehn!!!sigh! Love you dad and mum!

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  44. Reading comments and crying while forgetting mine. So emotional, walks out of post to look for something to cheer me up.

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  45. This comment section😞😞


    Sending you all πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸŒΉπŸŒΉπŸŒΉ

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  46. I just remembered one brother in my church back in 2013. We were close. He called me on a Sunday that week and we talked for long. He said when I come back to Abj he'd tell me something he had in mind.

    On Wednesday of that same week, my mom called to tell me he was found dead in his room. Apparently, he died on Monday and no one knew cause he lived alone. It was curious neighbors that were asking about him and realised his door was locked inside. Broke the door open and found him on the floor with his tongue out. Nobody knew what happened.

    I cried for two weeks non stop. I almost died. RIP Sam.

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  47. I miss my elder brother his petting ,his Care and love stella he died 😒I couldn't safe him,he came to my dream and told me he want to ezcort some men I saw the men stella they were all in white telling my bro no time and he was begging them so he can still talk to me 😭😭😭😭they said no..so he left me to ezcort them I woke up my mum was calling my phone that my brother is dead ....I wasn't allow to see where he was Bueied ,that night he took me in my dream and showed me his grave he lay down back in a sleeping position and I start crying and laying curses on whoever killed him😭😭😭😭😭the ground open and my brother was taken fresh leaves came out immediately on the grave I woke up ...have been crying for 5years ...am alone in life no body to talk to or complain to ..brother please help me and come back am alone in this whole world and our dad is now a drunk since you left..he has change because of your death ...am crying now please come home,the same way you came out from that grave come out again we are waiting..dad is giving me sleepless night ..no one joy

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    1. This brought tears to my eyes. I'm really sorry for your loss πŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί

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  48. My elder brother love care for all is younger ones,his prompt response to all our needs we never be forgotten. Kaybenson you will forever be missed by all your love ones

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  49. Awwww. My condolences to you all.

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  50. My elder sister's words of encouragements.She always assures me all will be well and that she believes so much in me.Tears in my eyes right now.Still remembers how you breathed your last in the presence of your parents and younger ones.I love you so much my darling sister Elizabeth.

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  51. O my sweetest little cousin.
    He was the sweetest soul
    Never get angry
    Always wearing a smile.
    He was just 22 and a final year medical student,when he passed.
    He died of Sicke cell
    I love you my bandadas, I know I will see you someday. Keep resting in the bossom of the Lord.

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  52. I'm lost for words... E-Hugs to everyone πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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  53. Stella, memories bring back memories.
    Just crying reading the post, my eldest sister and her hubby, and you know what we share same birth date.
    Her daughter is in my house for her holiday, she stays with my parents... I play with her but go inside to cry all the time.
    When she does bad, I pick up a cane to flog her, the way she quickly apologizes, I see my sister in her, and I recall if it was her, she can never flog my kids but correct them.
    Another September, our birth month, continue resting Sis.
    I will always celebrate your daughter. (My late sis, me and her 5yrs old daughter all September, same date too.) God just help me,the pain is too much 3yrs gone but is fresh. The tears is much......

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  54. My pastor! He went to glory last year,the best man of God I have ever met,always helping his members in times of need,most of us have not gotten over it,God knows why,this post is making me so emotional right now,God help us

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  55. This post just made me really cry. It brought back memories of my dearest daddy. Never seen a father who made so much sacrifice for his kids. He didn't care about shoes and clothes , so long as his children were well fed and educated. Oh Daddy! Continue to rest in the bosom of your maker.

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  56. Such a sad post. Wish I could hug you all.

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  57. My mom , her zeal , her love for her children and others , whenever she comes back from the market every child in the neighborhood comes to greet her coach she always has something for them , always smiling ,very beautiful and she looked young for her age , continue to rest on mommma we miss u

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  58. My mom , her zeal , her love for her children and others , whenever she comes back from the market every child in the neighborhood comes to greet her coach she always has something for them , always smiling ,very beautiful and she looked young for her age , continue to rest on mommma we miss u

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  59. Rip to all our loved lost ones

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  60. I think it's normal for grand mothers to go extra length for their grand children, mine wasn't different, I still miss her till date, I was never hungry in boarding school because she will preserve the provision her children gave her for me and also fry a lot of garri and keep for me, I'm happy I was privileged to meet you granny, rest on and forever in my heart.

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  61. Been crying since opening this post. Thank God I didn't open it back last night, I would not have slept at all. Sad memories.
    Comfort to everyone who mourn their loved ones

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  62. This post made me cried all through.come to think of how some people still act as if the earth is for everπŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯

    may the souls of all our lossed beloved ones rest on in peace.

    Surah Ikhlas for my Mama ( mother).

    She left when we all her children are still young.. September 25th will make it 22 years you left us and the Vacuum is still empty MAMAH πŸ˜₯πŸ˜₯...September do records so many death I observed, I dread that Month as death itself

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  63. Thank God I didn't read this post last night. 😒😒😒

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  64. 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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