Nine Years On. I’m Still Waiting For Your Knock
It’s Been Nine Years…. And I Am Still Waiting For Your Knock On My DoorI
That day, August 31, 2007, you died and I somehow escaped.
The scars of that accident on my body remind me of the day I like to forget. The pain in the middle of my skull nudge me towards a rememberance of a day that shoudn”t have been. I have painted your pictures in my heart with the most beautiful colours in the world. But I am still waiting for your knock on my door. I am still waiting for those iconic words of yours, “Ora Olu.”
I have missed you for nine years, and even though I have felt the excruciating pains all day, I must pay tribute to you, Pastor (Mrs) Mary Oyebimbe Akomolafe.
And these are the tributes for her from Olumide Olugbemi facebook page
Belinda Felicia Agho I shear ur pain also my dear,so i did with my snr.bro.it’s almost 9yrs DEC. T/heart may their souls cont.RIP.
Olasehinde Japhet May her gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord. It is well with u and ur siblings Ore.
Dele Taiwo Just like yesterday when the shocking news got to us that one of the great women in RCCG Ajanaku-Owo had slept. I celebrate the life you lived ma. You carried on like a man even after your husband’s demise. That is evidenced in where God has placed you…See More
Akinsiku Olubunmi I cannot but remember that you shared a bond profound of a sort.This I know when you led us to her at F.M.C Owo during one of our political escapades.A bond shared is a soul-tie that last for a time.Take heart and hope to see her in eternity