Oluwatohungbogbo Toluwalope Akinbo (nee Ibirogba)

July  8th, 1977 April  24th, 2024
5 Babajide Close, Off Gov Rd, Ikotun
Oluwatohungbogbo Toluwalope Akinbo (nee Ibirogba)

Those who touch our lives, stay in our hearts forever. Oluwatohungbogbo Tolulope Akinbo, you touched many hearts beautifully and eternally


Oluwatohungbo Toluwalope Ibirogba, NRN, NRM, Dip Oph, B.NSc, known as Tohun by friends and family, kicked her way vigorously into the world and into the family of late Mr Ibukunoluwa Olawale Ibirogba (Baba "Oro-Agba"), also a Nurse, and late Mrs Fausat Mojisola Ibirogba at Randle Health Center on the 8th of July 1977.   

She started her professional working career at Good Tidings Hospital, Fashoro, Surulere in 1999, moved to Crystal Hospital, Akowonjo Road in 2000, then to Finnih Medical Center in 2002 from where she moved to the Lagos State Ministry of Health in 2003 where she worked in the Blindness Prevention Program (BPP) Unit and later Directorate of Medical Training and Administration (DMAT) till her being called to rest by her maker. 

Oluwatohungbogbo loves adventure, hiking, traveling and playing scrabble. She has an infectious hearty laughter and smile that is spontaneous and as natural to her as the Sun to daylight. Disciplined yet compassionate and a tireless diligent worker who often quips to the children and those around her during tasks or chores “What is worth doing at all is worth doing well”.

Oluwatohungbogbo was a dedicated and passionate Christian whose motto was "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me" from Phil 4:13. This was not just head knowledge but deeply heart engraved. She approached everything she did with a dedication and selflessness that characterized her nature, be it in serving as the pastor's wife in the United Church of God, an International Association where she fellowshipped, her tasks in various areas of her professional career, or being a mother, wife, neighbor, friend and human being. Her unwavering faith in God was the source of her strength throughout her battle with Acute Myeloid Leukemia that she bravely battled, refusing to be daunted, discouraged or cowered by the many trials along her way until the Lord in His wisdom chose to call her into rest till the time when she would be resurrected an immortal being, with an incorruptible body at the sound of the last trumpet as stated below in one of the core scripture she hangs her hopes on: 

"Brothers, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you will not grieve like the rest, who are without hope. For since we believe that Jesus died and rose again, we also believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in Him...For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a loud command, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will be the first to rise" 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, 16

This hope of resurrection provides solace and comfort knowing that She is just resting and sleeping till the time of her change. 

Oluwatohungbogbo Toluwalope, AKINBO, you are missed deeply already and your memories will warm our hearts till we meet to part no more.


Primary Education
Primary School Leaving Certificate
Alakara Anglican Primary School, Odi-olowo, Mushin
Secondary Education
Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSCE) 
RRansome Kuti Memorial Grammar School, 6 Agege Motor Rd, Moshalashi Rd, Jibowu, Lagos
Registered Nursing Education
National Registered Nursing Certificate (NRN)
Lagos State School Of Nursing, 1-9 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
Diploma in Family Planning
Certificate Diploma in Family Planning 
Lagos State University Teaching Hospital, LASUTH, Ikeja
Registered Midwife Education
National Registered Midwife (NRM)
Lagos State School Of Nursing, 1-9 Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
Ophthalmic Nursing Education
Diploma in Ophthalmic Nursing (Dip. Oph)
Lagos University Teaching Hospital, LUTH, Idi Araba. 
Refractionist Education
Certificate in Refractionist Course
National Eye Center, Kaduna
Bachelor of Nursing Science Education
Bachelor of Nursing Science Degree (B.NSc)
National Open University Of Nigeria, NOUN, Victoria Island, Lagos



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May 29, 2024
Tohun was the kind of person that books and poems are written about. Only the finest author or poet could truly describe her. . . and I am neither. I have found it hard to write what is in my heart about a lady that Mark and I loved so much.

When you were around Tohun there was peace and kindness and a serving attitude to everyone around her. She was strong yet loving (to quote a saying – She “was steel and velvet” at the same time. She was committed to God, family and friends and would never betray that commitment.

We have many fond memories of the time we spent with Tohun and family. Even the times that we may have been in a predicament, she kept the environment calm and lighthearted. We remember times when I did wash in buckets with her, cleaning chilis and serving at the Youth Camps and Fall Festivals. She was an awesome hostess and took care of all of our needs.

Truly an awesome lady that words cannot describe. We are so blessed to have had her in our lives.
Mark & Michelle Mickelson
May 14, 2024
Mrs Akinbo Tohun
It was a rather rude shock to hear of passage to the great beyond today. I never knew of any illness but it pleases God allow your passage. My heartfelt condolences goes to your husband and children at this time. Your were a great soul with a large heart of gold in my estimation. You touched my life remarkably the first time ever I met at your home. Even when ask nor expected your kind gesture of a free surgery that restored my eye site. You will be greatly missed and long remembered for her every kind deed. Be comforted in Christ.
Kayode Owoeye
May 4, 2024
A kind and charming lady has gone home !! The news of your death was not only shocking but devastating. It seemed to me that you had a smile permanently etched on your face because I never saw you without wearing a smile. You went beyond the call of duty to help my friends and I and it was not surprise that they insisted on cancelling their schedule so that they could pay you their final respect. I have no doubt that heaven has gained an angel. Ibi to k'oju si a dara, ehin ti o fi s'ile ko ni baje l'oruko Jesu. May God grant your dear husband and your children the strength to carry on. Rest in perfect peace
Kehinde Ekisola
May 3, 2024
May your sweet gentle soul rest in perfect peace Amen 🙏
Olori Oyindamola
May 3, 2024
My ever smiling,selfless and amiable friend and sister. I guess it is time to say goodbye, though we prayed and fasted that this day will not come anytime soon despite all you went through because you gave us hope.
You showed braveness when others would have given up, you smiled even through your excruciating pains, you were always grateful to God Almighty and ever courageous.
The good and comforting thing you left us with is that you met with your creator before you departed and He said He will give you rest
OLUWATOHUNGOGO TOLUWALOPE AKINBO, a great name for a great woman.
You were an Examplar
You lived by the scripture and act like the scripture
Thank you for being a wonderful you
Missing that comforting smiles of your's
Adieu great one
Adedigba Olubukola
May 2, 2024
She lived a life worthy of emulation.
Kind and gentle, but strict when need be.

She carries with her a stick to correct you,
But she also carries her first aid kit to ensure you don't die.

I didn't get to know her for so long,
But the memories of her that I have, I will never forget.

You can never really forget about the people that impacted your life. Can you?

In my eyes she was a goddess come to us in human form.

An angel without wings.
She was caring to a fault.

I never saw her get angry.
A smile was always plastered on her face.

Even in the moments that she was,
She would just look with a silent but knowing smile, and you would know that you were in trouble.

She was the voice of the voiceless, always very supportive and ready to pour herself out.

She was a mother to all who were willing to humble themselves as children.
She was an adventurous woman.

She would look danger in the eyes without a speck of fear in hers.

Maybe she did fear, but she never let it stop her.

These memories of her will forever be etched in stone, engraved on the slab of my heart.

We love you, but God loves you more.
Till we meet again ma❤️
Adu John A.
May 2, 2024
Thank you for providing the ability for us to attend on-line your celebration of the life and memory of Tohun. We are so sorry for your loss. We will always be grateful for her kind and gracious hospitality, inviting our daughter, Heather, into the safety and comfort of your home for her stay in Nigeria. May God bless her in the resurrection and her family now with all His blessings that He holds in store for those willing to lodge strangers. Tohun and her entire family will always have a place of warmth and appreciation in our hearts.
Allen & Sandi Hirst
May 2, 2024
Beautiful in and out. A sweet friend , a lovely wife & mum , a caring Nurse. Today as it becomes real that God has rested your soul , i say go in peace till we meet again at christ appearing . Till then enjoy the company of angels and the innumerable saints of God . You are forever loved . 💕💕🥰🥰🙏🙏
Afolake Olorundare
May 2, 2024
Oluwatohungbogogbo, Since our path came across in Primary School in 1983 till date, you have always been a good and diligent friend. Rest on Friend, may your soul continue to rest in God’s bosom
Dele Owolabi
May 1, 2024
Mrs Akinbo was and will forever be like a mother to me🤧🤧she cared for us all like we were one of her own. I remember back in jupeb she will always cook so we could all eat😭😭forever loving caring and very understanding 🕊️🕊️thank you for all the love you showed me. You will forever be in my memories🤧🤧till we meet again in our fathers house.
Ekoruarie Precious
May 1, 2024
We , Olowus will continue to remember your encounter with our Twins ( Adebola and Adedayo) . They find it difficult to believe that you are back with the Lord. We love you but God love you most . Sunre oooo .RIP.
Olowu idowu
May 1, 2024
She was a woman of kind heart. A very strong person and a woman of pure heart. She touchd and inspired multiple people which made her the wonderful person she is. A woman of many talents. Rest in peace❤
Omotola Oguntona
May 1, 2024
My mum is a cornerstone of my life. She was always there for me, a listening ear and a shoulder to cry on. No matter the problem, I knew I could confide in her, and her unwavering faith and strength provided a comfort that I'll forever cherish.
Even through it all, her faith remained steadfast. She looked towards God and him alone for solace and salvation. Her unwavering spirit inspires me to face challenges with courage and grace.
She instilled in me so many valuable lessons, but one that resonates most is, 'whatever your hands find to do, do it diligently and you'll stand before kings and not mere men.'
Her work ethic and dedication to excellence were woven into everything she did, and that's a legacy I'll carry forward with pride.
I will miss her dearly. But the love and lessons she instilled in me will continue to guide me. Her memory will forever be a source of strength and inspiration.
Oluwadurotiwa Akinbo
May 1, 2024
Adieu!!! My experience and perspective of her is the warmth welcome I received from her whenever I visited the family. I wish I know her more. May she be received in the paradise. Amen
Kadiri ismaila olayinka
May 1, 2024
It was sad to hear about your demise,
You were a wonderful, kind , passionate, caring person , full of Smiles.
Adorable person. Good to people too.
You touched so many Ives
Thank you for the good Legacy you left behind.
You fought the battle, but God won you over ,
Sleep on in the Bosom of the Lord.
May God grant your family the fortitude to bear the Great loss,
Console and comfort them all.
Sun re o. Omo Ikoyi Eso
May 1, 2024
Goodnight my dear Sister, You came, you saw and you were indeed a conqueror!! Your life was beautifully lived and the testimonials are there for all to see. Rest in peace and continue to sing with the Angels!
Adu Folayemisi
May 1, 2024
I am filled with an overwhelming sense of gratitude and love. It is not often that we pause to express our deepest emotions, but today, I feel compelled to honour the woman who has shaped my life in countless ways – my mother.
From the moment I entered this world my mom has always been there for me, she cared for me, loved me, protected me, raised me and disciplined me. My mom was probably the major reason I am who I am today.
My mom is smart, hardworking, funny, beautiful both inside and out, she is confident, kind, and she has the most angelic voice, if you heard my mom sing you would think angels were singing, she is probably one of the strongest women i know. She is a woman that just grabs your attention and makes you want to listen to her.
My mom is someone who makes everyone like her whether children, babies, adults, or even people she scolds, she is the type of person who you just love. My mom’s favourite motto is probably; ‘If it’s worth doing, do it well’ or ‘whatever your hands find to do, do it diligently’ and she is the perfect definition of that.
My mother is the epitome of grace and elegance. She is a strong believer and I am sure that even when she died she loved and cherished God with her whole heart. My mother is a no nonsense woman, if you do something wrong she would tell you and either help you fix the mistake or tell you how.
I remember when we were in a rush to get somewhere and there was traffic, my mom literally got down from the car and started telling all the drivers where to go, who should stop and where to turn and in less than 10 minutes the road was clear and we could go on our way. My mom is someone who takes control of a situation that is going bad and turns it around.
If i said everything my mum has done and did for me and many other people an entire book wouldn’t be enough. As I reflect on the journey we have shared together, I am reminded of the countless sacrifices she has made, the countless lessons she has taught, and the countless moments of joy we have experienced as mother and child.
Today, I stand here not only to celebrate her presence in my life but also to express my deepest appreciation for all that she is and all that she has done. This tribute is a small token of my immense love and gratitude for the extraordinary woman who has given me everything without ever asking for anything in return – my mother."
Oluwanifewa Akinbo
May 1, 2024
Adieu!!! Oluwatoungbogbo my darling sister. The All sufficient God has ruled in your favour. God can always be trusted regardless of how we feel.

You swallowed death in victory and overcome the pains of this world.

You are a loving and caring sister and the closest to me.
Loosing you to sleep is a very painful thing for me. We had a matter you promised we will resolve on your return but Toun you never return to handle it.

I remembered how you supported me with Jigi Bola Team when l was Chairperson of CWF TREM.

l remembered how you helped my friends' home and abroad relatives, during Covid-19. You helped saved many lives but could not pull through on yours.

I remembered various times we spent together in Alausa. Oluwatoungbogbo it pains me to know you did not wait to see the end of what we went to ile-Ife for.

Words are not enough to express the pain of loosing you to sleep my dear sister but who am l to query God. God has the final say over our lives.
I thank God for your one in a million husband and lovely children.

Adiue!!!! Oluwatoungbogbo omo Olawale Ibirogba. Omo onikoyi eso, omo o se se ikoyi. Omo arerin re ko iku loju, arogun ma sa. E mi lo a ri ogun yo be se. Sun ire.

I love you but Jesus loves you more
Ibukunola Adeshola Ola-John
April 30, 2024
Mom was truly one of a kind—hardworking, precise, and so full of love. Her smile could light up the darkest days and her faith was unshakable, guiding her through every challenge. She was not only our mom but also a sister and a friend to everyone lucky enough to know her. We'll miss her deeply, but the strength and love she showed us will forever be a part of who we are. I know you're in a better place now and you're now free from the issues of this world, I just wish you were here to watch us grow. Her spirit and the memories we shared will always keep us connected. I love you mom. Rest in peace ❤️✨
Olaoluwatomiwale Akinbo
April 30, 2024
Hmmmm, the world changes from year to year just like our lives day to day ,the love and memory of you will forever remain with your loved ones hence I sincerely commiserate with the family you left behind . It is well.
Abizon Emmanuella
April 30, 2024
Though our paths never crossed physically with Mrs. Akinbo, her presence illuminated on our WhatsApp Bible study group as she guided us through the scriptures with unwavering devotion. Hailing from Kenya, I witnessed her unwavering dedication to sharing the scriptures and her infectious love for God's word. Though separated by distance, her gentle spirit united us all. Her light shone brightly beyond borders.

To the family Mrs. Akinbo leaves behind, may you find comfort in knowing that her legacy of faith and love lives on in the lives she touched. During this difficult time, may you be surrounded by the love and support of friends and loved ones, finding solace in the memories you shared with her.

Though we mourn her passing, we take comfort in the belief that Mrs. Akinbo now rests peacefully, awaiting the promised resurrection when God's kingdom is established here on earth. Until then, her memory will continue to inspire and uplift us as we eagerly anticipate the day we reunite with her in God's eternal kingdom.
Sharon Darizo
April 30, 2024
Words are not enough to express how I feel about your demise madam. The calmness you showed even when you were in travail is not only exceptional but a source of encouragement to those who were close to you.
It is true that we all will pass through this path but in my opinion yours was too soon.
You were unassuming and always willing to help. Your kindness and concern for all was not cloacked in deception.
You were truly a gem to your family and the Church who are already missing the void you left.
Our only consolation is the resurrection when we all shall meet to part no more.
Adieu Mrs. Tohun Akinbo.
Uko, Chimauzom
April 29, 2024
I was so sad to learn of your passing from Ronke. I had hoped the stress and pain of the past year would end in praise, but i guess God has the final say....May your soul rest in peace Ma.
Kikanwa Waklek
April 29, 2024
I remember after my first youth camp I begged to stay over at Mr. Akinbo's house just so i could spend more time with Tomiwa but immediately regretted it cause we weren't treated like guests, which is a good thing but that also meant all the work in house were shared among all of us present and anyone who knew Mrs. Akinbo knew that she was always cleaning and organizing, even places I thought were clean she'd somehow find something to clean there.

This particular day was a Sunday and Sundays in the Akinbo house were clean up days. She assigned duties to everyone and mine was to wash my clothes from camp and some other small things belonging to Tomiwa and Bobbie. I remember complaining the whole time I was washing because that wasn't what I had in mind for the day. Mrs Akinbo came down with her own share of clothes to wash, which was ALOT yet she still somehow finished before me so she started helping me out. While we were rinsing and spreading the clothes, she noticed i was spreading them inside out so she asked me "Who taught you to spread them like that?" I told her my mom taught me and she smiled and asked if I knew why spreading it like that was important, after a while of hard thinking I told her twas because if a bird poops on it or if it falls it'd be easier to wash, she laughed and said that wasn't the only reason, that the main reason for that is because direct sunlight fades fabrics over time so if it's inside out it won't fade the front of the clothing or atleast it'd take a longer time. I awkwardly laughed and said to cover the awkward laugh "My mom didn't tell me that was why" and she responded with the warmest smile ever "Well that's why I'm here, to teach you the things time didn't let her teach you". I usally dont remember much but I remember that day like it was yesterday because It meant a lot to me. And I can say up until the last time I saw her she lived up to those words; always teaching and disciplining me and every other children In the chuch. Whenever we visited, her and Mr. Akinbo never ever made us feel anything less than family and that I'm extremely grateful for. If I ever get the chance to visit again I know it would never feel the same without her there and it saddens me but I take comfort with the fact that I know she ran the race well and on the last day we will all meet again. May God comfort and be with all those she left behind.
Eugene Nduka
April 29, 2024
Tribute to Late Mrs. Akinbo

A few days ago, the world lost a shining star, a mother figure, and a devoted soul. Late Mrs. Akinbo may have left us physically, but her impact, love, and legacy will continue to resonate in our hearts forever.

Mrs. Akinbo was more than just a mother; she was a guardian angel, a confidante, and a guiding light to many. Her caring and loving nature knew no bounds, and she selflessly devoted herself to the well-being of those around her. Her warmth and kindness drew people to her, and she had a unique gift of making everyone feel seen, heard, and loved.

One of her most remarkable qualities was her unwavering devotion to her faith. She was a true servant of God, and her commitment to her beliefs was inspiring. She lived her life as a testament to her values, and her actions spoke louder than words. Her faith was her rock, and she held onto it until her very last breath.

Mrs. Akinbo's love for her family was unparalleled. She was a dedicated wife, mother, and her family was her pride and joy. She nurtured and guided them with patience, wisdom, and unconditional love. Her home was always open, and her table was always full, as she welcomed everyone with a warm smile and a generous heart.

Her impact extended far beyond her family, however. She was a pillar in her community, always ready to lend a helping hand, offer a listening ear, or provide a comforting embrace. She had a special gift of empathy and understanding, and her presence was a balm to those who were hurting or in need.

One of the most remarkable aspects of Mrs. Akinbo's life was her resilience and strength in the face of adversity. She faced challenges with courage and grace, never wavering in her faith or her commitment to her loved ones. Her determination and perseverance inspired us all to be stronger, braver, and more resilient.

As we say goodbye to this extraordinary woman, we take comfort in the memories we shared with her. We remember her bright smile, her infectious laughter, and her unwavering optimism. We recall her wise counsel, her gentle rebukes, and her unconditional love. We honor her legacy by continuing to live the values she instilled in us – love, kindness, compassion, and devotion to our faith.

Rest in peace, dear Mrs. Akinbo. Your departure has left a gaping hole in our lives, but your love, legacy, and memory will continue to inspire and guide us. We will miss you dearly, but we know that you are now in the presence of the Almighty, where there is no more sorrow, no more pain, and no more tears.

Farewell, dear mother figure, caring friend, and devoted soul. Your impact on our lives will never be forgotten.
Samson Ebhohon Osajie
April 29, 2024
Aunty Tohun, You brought joy, happiness and laughter to all who met you; it was always your smile for me, not matter what, it was always constant. You will forever remain in our hearts and May the Lord comfort your lovely family and give them peace in the coming days. Amen
Aderonke Oladiran
April 29, 2024
Of a truth, in the few times I met with you, I do not remember ever seeing you without a smile.

Your smile was always very contagious.

Rest in peace Toun and I trust your creator , our God to console your husband, children and the entire family .

Sylvia Effah
April 29, 2024
The first day I stepped my feet into your Home. I met your children and with their positive attitude towards me, I know the type of a Mother you are. They were so jovial, open minded, fun to be with, no negative energy, welcoming and above all well disciplined.
You have done a great Job in training them and I know they will surely keep making you proud.

I pray for your soul to find rest.l💐🕊️💔
April 29, 2024
I never met Tohun in person but it was as if I had known her for always and I was hoping sooner or later to be able to go to Nigeria for the feast to get to finally know her. From a distance I witnessed how she got into Dare's life and enhanced it, how she became a pillar to her congregation and felt inspired by this joyous, strong and committed sister in faith. She has run her race faithfully, it's up to us to continue growing in God's way so we can meet in the Kingdom. It won't be the FoT as I was hoping for but it will be in the Kingdom itself, I will get to meet you Tohun Akinbo. Thank you for touching even my life from a distance unknowingly. May our Lord's peace be with your family until they meet you again
Ludmilla Wolf Ferro
April 29, 2024
My dearest, loving and awesome wife,
You were my light, my love, my life.
Your smile could always brighten any dark and dreary day,
In my heart, you'll forever stay.

On this earth, after God, you were my rock, my guiding light,
and together we journeyed near and far and had many an adventure,
Though you're gone from me physically, your spirit still shines,
In my memories, our bond and strength of our love entwines.

You brought joy and warmth into my life,
A loving partner, a devoted wife.
I'll honor your legacy in all that I do,
For my love for you will always endure.

Strong yet gentle, a beacon of light.
Hardworking and kindhearted, always smiling bright,
Your love and devotion, a true guiding light.

You gave so much, and asked for nothing in return,
Your love, selflessness and kindness, forever will burn.
In every smile, every touch, every word you spoke,
Your love and grace, forever evoke.

Rest in peace, my superwoman and sweetest friend,
Our love story will never end.
Forever cherished, never forgotten,
In my heart you will forever stay.
Oludare Akinbo, Husband
April 28, 2024
It was sad and shocking when I read about the news of your departure this morning on Facebook, Mrs Akinbo.
You are such a wonderful, accommodating, and cheerful woman.
I remember when I used to work with Mr. Akinbo on the inverter at home; your cheerful, nice, and kind words coupled with your smiles are what I cannot forget.
Olaniyi Sofunwa
April 28, 2024
I wish I don't have to write this not at this time. You were such a strong and wonderful person a very hard worker, I just thought you were going to make it through and everything will just be fine but I guess I was wrong God Almighty knows the best for everyone and I am comforted by the Resurrection hope knowing that we will get to see you in good health in His kingdom, what a good news! Hope to see you once again my dear beautiful sister
Stella Oghali
April 28, 2024
Sister Tohun, we love you but God loves you more and better. The memory of your sisterly love, good heart, and sacrificial life you lived are few among the Christ-like qualities that cannot be forgotten. Your smiles and ever willingness to help others which you showed are awesome. I could remember in 2014 when my mother needed to do eye surgery, how you gave her 100% attention and ensured she was prioritized. The excellent spirit you displayed in discharging your duty at work could not be contested. You did touch many lives positively, and everybody would have wished you did not leave at this time. We miss you Sister Tohun, and we hope to meet again at the resurrection morning in Heaven. May your soul rest in perfect peace at the bosom of the Lord.
April 28, 2024
April 28, 2024
You have gone home to rest after a long and tedious battle. However, you did not go home defeated, but victorious. You have conquered death forever! Your life touched countless souls positively and their lives testify to the crowns awaiting you in Heaven. Rest in peace dear sister.
Oluwatosin Adu
April 28, 2024
I don’t remember ever seeing you without a smile, except when you are scolding any of us… you were a vibrant and happy soul and I loved that so much about you.
You fought a good fight aunt! We love you but God loves you more. Till we meet again.🤍
Adepeju Igbokwe
April 28, 2024
With a heavy heart I write this. To my dear auntie, you are one of the strongest woman I know, so strong and ever willing to serve. You’ve been a wonderful wife and best friend to my uncle, a great mother to my cousins and in general a valuable and very dear member of our family member. This past one year has been tough but you fought hard and your faith in God unshaken. Our consolation is that you have gone to rest and away from this evil world and we’ll meet again. We love you so much but God loves you more. We miss you sooooo much auntie.

I love you always💜
Jesudunni IGBOKWE
April 27, 2024
"In Loving Memory of My Dear Sister-in-Law (OluwaTohunghogbo)

As I write these words in honor of Mama T, my heart is heavy and filled with sadness. She was truly an exceptional person, someone who always had a smile for everyone she met and radiated kindness and warmth wherever she went. Maroti, as I fondly call her, was a beloved wife and mother, cherished daughter and sister, and a trusted friend to many. She lived her life with grace and elegance, and her love for her family and friends was boundless. Her kindness, generosity, and compassion touched countless lives, and she will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

She was a woman of many talents, and her creativity and skills shone through in everything she did. Her infectious laughter and sparkling personality lit up any room she entered. Her wisdom, grace, and strength inspired all who knew her, and her life was a testament to the power of love and the importance of family.

As we say goodbye to you, Mama T, we take comfort in knowing that you are now at peace, awaiting the trumpet. Your spirit will live on in our hearts, and your memory will be forever cherished. Rest in peace, my dear sister. You will always be loved and remembered."
Funmilayo-Akinbo Oguntona
April 27, 2024
To my dearest sister, your courageous battle with leukemia has left an indelible mark on our lives. Your strength, resilience, and grace in the face of adversity have inspired me and others too.

Though your time with us was quite short living behind senior sister, brothers with a younger brother and I your ifeoluwa (Lola as you fondly preferred to Call me) your memory will live on in my hearts, and your legacy will continue to inspire us to cherish every moment and fight for what matters most.
My Sweet smile Loving and selfless Oluwatihungbogbo Your love, laughter, and light will be deeply missed, but never forgotten.

My dear sister, you are an envied rare light in the life of many around you. You are different and your firm but soft Margret Thatcher outlook, just like we fondly teases you.

You are are a true example of Proverb 31 ideal and virtuous woman who does not need much done for her but always doing for others selflessly. while God jealousy😍protect and cherished you for us all.
Through every joy and every strife
You've been my rock, my support, my encourager, my guide
With you by my side, I can conquer any tide. which I promise never to stop conquering because to me you ain't gone but sleeping😴 till you are awake when the trumpet sounds.

From the moment we were born, bound by blood
Our bond only grew stronger as we withstood
The trials and tribulations of life's winding path
Together we laughed, we cried we shared a laugh 🤣.

Your kindness, your love, your wisdom so true
I am forever grateful for all that you do
You lift me up when I am feeling low
You cheer me on as I continue to grow

No words can express the depths of my love
For you, my sister, a gift from above
I cherish every moment, every memory we share,
So here's to you, my sister Oluwatohungbogbo
For all the love, laughter, and tears
I am blessed to have you in my life
April 27, 2024
May her gentle soul rest in perfect peace. It is well 🙁
Agboola kazeem
April 27, 2024
I wish only best for her family and friends, so sad to see someone go so soon. May her soul rest in peace. Deepest condolences to her family.
April 27, 2024
Forever in our hearts. Nothing can ever take away a love the heart holds dear. Those who touch our lives, stay in our hearts forever. Greatly loved, deeply missed. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.

Oluwabunmi Ejiko
Oluwabunmi Ejiko
April 27, 2024
We are very sobered by your loss, which is a loss for all of us. Every day with her was a gift--remember her and keep moving forward.
Mike iiams
April 27, 2024
OLUWATOHUNGBOGBO, this is hard to believe, but your memories will surely linger on. You were a zealous, energetic, highly passionate individual to nursing profession and its services. I cherish the moments we shared together as unionists. I pray you rest in peace and God comfort your family and all the loved ones you left behind. ADIEU TO A GREAT NURSE.
Olufunke Folorunsho
April 27, 2024
My energetic, selfless, and amiable sister and colleague.
It was a rude shock when I heard the news of your demise
This is quite painful, but God understands.
Tohun, rest on in the blossom of the Almighty God 🙏
May God console family and friends and grant us fortitude to bear the loss in Jesus' Name
Samuel Esther
April 27, 2024
Indeed you fight a good battle but God Almighty knows what is best for you. Adeiu! Rest in perfect peace
Adeyoola waheed Olalekan
April 27, 2024
Sleep well until we meet again in God 's kingdom.

We can not forget the days we were blessed to have you among us. A very beautiful lovely woman. Hardworker and dinamic full of love. The loss of you is so painful for us.
We love you. But God loves you more.
Rest in peace.
Rose and Pierre OGOUDELE
April 27, 2024
"Aunty Yemi" as you fondly called me rings a bell within me.

Oluwatoungbogbo, you were a wonderful sister-in-law to me.

You are an epitome of humility
Your memory lives on in all of us who loves you, Never to be forgotten.

You will forever be missed
You simply went to sleep
Till Christ comes

Sleep on beloved
Sun re o
Yunusa Oluyemisi
April 27, 2024
This is really a great loss not just to the family but to the church. Hearing the news, threw me into a state of confusion. I was actually at work when I heard and I just couldn't concentrate.
You were a role model to many.
I had strong hopes that you'd pull through but God knows best. It is very painful, knowing that you won't be present at my wedding 😭.
I'd take comfort in the knowledge that you're free from the travails and terrors of this world.
Till we meet again in God's kingdom, sleep well ma.
Till we meet again mum, sleep well.
Iyekekpolo Amadin
April 27, 2024
Aunty Toun, she took care of me growing up, although I was really young and didn't remember much she was an important part of my life, it's hard to describe the way I feel about her death, but we are comforted in the fact that is with Lord.
She is a beautiful soul, kind and caring. May the Lord comfort the family
Michael Fanawopo
April 27, 2024
You were a living example of dedication, service and commitment to God and the Church through the years I've known you.

I am grateful for your impact on my life and that of my wife and daughter.
You finished the race set before you with courage (even I am a witness of that), setting an example as a heroine of faith.

Auntie Tohun, as you've fallen asleep temporarily, I eagerly await that Day when we meet again at the last trumpet, in a perfect world free of sickness, suffering and death. May God speed that day!
Olumide Oyetoke
April 27, 2024
A woman I met only once and have been inspired so much especially in my marriage, I met her when things seemed so dark and walking into her home brought some light into my heart, she was so warm and receptive and truly leaving that home that day changed my life and my perception of marriage transformed for the better. Not only that my Spiritual life too was impacted as I quickly send messages to your wonderful husband and he sheds light and wisdom to things I do not understand ooh what a blessed family. I prayed to God for a great healing miracle when I heard about her health issues but now all we can say is ... it is well. We know for sure that you are in a better place and we pray for strength and fortitude for your loved ones you left. Rest in perfect peace Ma🕊️
Abimbola Ogunnowo
April 27, 2024
If I was told 2 weeks ago when I saw you, that I would be writing a tribute soon, I most definitely would not have believed. I take solace in your memories which remain sweet. You were very energetic, hardworking and sweet. Always ready to render help (in whatever form). Oh! and your smiles, they could light up a room. You undoubtedly lived a life full of impact, and for this I am grateful to our Heavenly Father.
It is such a blessing to know and be known by you.
Rest well, dear aunt, until the resurrection day.
Toyosi Oyetoke
April 27, 2024
Mummy Rotiwa was more of a sister than a neighbour that we were. I and my children shared a very special bond with her and her family. She was a very hard working woman and always ready to assist. I personally, am pained and grieved that she passed on at this time when she is supposed to be reaping the fruit of her labour, for she was indeed a hard worker and have labour to achieve great heights. God knows best and why, rest on my sister till we meet in resurrection morning. God will give your family the fortitude to bear the loss. Adieu Mummy Rotiwa ♥️.
Mrs Nze Clara Ngozi
April 27, 2024
The Almighty Father will surely protect the rest of her family.
Sleep on, we shall meet again when Christ come back.
Ezekiel Wahab Alimi
April 26, 2024
She was a sister, a friend. Always ready to help, looking out for where she could be useful and be of help.

A loving, caring, supportive and hardworking wife, mother, sister and friend.
Despite the pain of past 1 year, she maintained a positive attitude and her faith in Almighty God was unwavering.

Sis T, We love you so much but God definitely loves you more.

Till we meet aging in Gods kingdom.

Ibironke Akinbo Ogundipe
April 26, 2024
This is heartbreaking. We were thrilled to have Tohun and Dare visit our home in Vancouver Washington where friends were gathered to enjoy time getting to know them. what a wonderful family! She will be missed.
David & Collen Hofer
April 26, 2024
I was blessed to meet Mrs. Akinbo in 2008 when I traveled out of the United States of America for the very first time. I was welcomed with such love and kindness from Mrs. Akinbo. Although our time together was very short, I will cherish that memory forever. Prayers to the family during this time.
Jamie Wilson (Veale)
April 26, 2024
Love and condolences until we all meet again in the Kingdom of our gracious Lord
Emily Sandilands
April 26, 2024
Toun , l am short of words when your sister Sola told me you are RIP. I have to thank you for the help you did for my family during Covid. The Lord will take care of your family and Aburo sleep well.
April 26, 2024
Aunty T, this last one year has been the most traumatizing year of my life! And these weeks before your going to rest were just the toughest for me. No amount of words can actually express how I truly felt.

You were precious, a gift from God, so much beauty, grace, love, sacrifices and patience you possessed. You touched my heart in so many ways. Your strength, unwavering faith, and smile even through this valley of the shadow of death were an encouragement to me.

I already miss our physical interactions but you’ll always live in my heart. And I’m without a doubt that God’s Will and Purpose for you is PERFECT...
I have my consolation in the hope of resurrection, a time we will meet again in better bodies to part no more.
I miss you greatly & I love you mum, so much! 💘
Ruth Egbujor
April 26, 2024
I am still short of words. Ah!!! Tohungbogbo!!!!.....
You left just too early!!!!
It is well, (Jehovah has the final say).
Rest on beloved.....
Moji kufo
April 26, 2024
It is with a heavy heart I have to say goodbye to you Mrs. Akinbo. Spending the little time I did with you in the Ministry of Health was a blessing to me, you taught me a lot of things I know today. You are great mother who love God and the people around you.
Similoluwa Alabi
April 26, 2024
I got to know and meet Mrs Akinbo during my NYSC with the the DMAT family at Lagos State Ministry of Health between 2021-2022. She was a super amazing woman so full of life and energy too and hardworking.

It's so so painful the journey's ended for her but we can't question our maker

Rest on ma
Victor Okechukwu Chimezie
April 26, 2024
A loving ,adorable ,amiable younger colleague. I love her passion for her chosen career very dedicated and very respectful.
may your soul find rest in the lord Tohun Akinbo..
jumoke Ayo-Abidogun
April 26, 2024
I got to know Mrs Akinbo at Lagos State Ministry of Health (DMAT) where I was posted to for my place of primary assignment during my NYSC in 2021 through 2022. The first encounter I had with her lingers in my memory because she gave me a ride to ikotun on my first day at the office. Her resilient spirit is inspiring. The motherly love showered during my stay at the unit is well valued.

I can recall going for an outreach at Epe showing me places i've never been to.

I'm short of words..

Continue to Rest in the Bosom of the Almighty Mrs Akinbo
Yemitan Hannah Oluwakemi
April 26, 2024
Mrs akinbo.... you're one of the most amazing person I know.....you made my stay in staff clinic a beautiful one.....I can actually remember those advice and motherly talks... the office is always lively with your beautiful smiles.....mommy we love you but God loves you more..... continue to rest in the lord's bossom.....
Olajumoke ilori
April 26, 2024
You have ever been an epitome of divine love.
You will be greatly missed.
Father,we are grateful for your goodness and mercy.
Rest on "LOVE"
Obasa Moronke
April 26, 2024
You came, you saw and you conquered!!!!
Rest in peace beloveth.
Thomas Helen
April 26, 2024
My childhood friend, I don't have much to say, but I believe you'll find a better place to rest.
Rachael Ogundipe-Ukor
April 26, 2024
Tolu Akinbo, I was shocked when I heard of your demise. It really caught me, like i will wake up and see it was all a dream. Who are we to query the unquestionable? You were such a humble, dedicated, hardworking gem. I pray that you sleep well till we meet to path no more. May Almighty God keep the family and give them the grace to withstand this shock.
We love you but God loves you most
Akinbode Racheal
April 26, 2024
I'm so sorry for your loss; my prayers are with you, that God will surround you with His peace and comfort. Especially at times like these, knowing God's wonderful plan and that we will see her again is such a huge blessing. I treasure the memory of when you came to the US and we were able to be together. Mrs. Akinbo was beautiful in every way. We love you!
Berenice Emehiser
April 26, 2024
May the Lord keep your children ,family and friends you left behind in Jesus Christ name, amen.

Keep resting in the bosom of your Creator ever smiling colleagues.
Aluko D Inumidun
April 26, 2024
I'm really short of words 🥺 because this is a painful one.I have been asking myself how the ever cheerful Mrs Akinbo is gone just like that 😭but who am I to question God ??Rest in perfect peace Mrs Akinbo.
The Lord knows best

I pray God gives her husband and children the fortitude to bear this loss ♥️🙏
Deokoro Precious
April 26, 2024
You live in my heart until your change comes. until then, sleep well!
Oyatogun Oluwaseun
April 26, 2024
Mrs Tohun (Nee) Ibirogba Akinbo are one of those who bring a light so great to the world that even after they have gone the light remains. Death takes the body, the spirit returns to God her maker. Our minds holds the memories. Our hearts keeps the love. Our faith let us know we will meet again at the Lord's return. She had a faith in God that lifted her above all the earthly worries and concerns that she was dealing with. From that belief and faith was the inner joy and, strength and courage that carried her along the trials of life. Her love in her children and her husband were the strength and backbone of her and her life. She was a hard worker and supporter of both her family and the church. Very cheerful and hospitable to strangers. She will surely be missed Let us who remain now strive to finish our lives in the same way, leaving behind good memories and legacies, worthy example to follow. What a gift she was.I do sorrow for her loss not able to see her in this life. Yes we sorrow for the loss. Now l sorrow for her husband and children. I sorrow for both families of Ibirogbas and Akinbos and of course the church in Nigeria. May the peace and comfort only God can truly give abides with us for our loss.
Raphael Esoronu Nduka
April 26, 2024
Please accept our condolences . The Lord be with the immediate and extended family left behind.
Sola Ogundeyi
April 26, 2024
I never knew that last year March that i saw you in physical will be the last,i always have a good feeling of you each time we meet,there is this humility personified you carry, that i so much admire in you,when i learnt of your return,i praised God that He has proven that He alone is on topof all issues,but now,uhmmm,Kabio o si,rest in perfect peace dearsister
Funmi Omisope
April 26, 2024
As my wife and I reflect on the beautiful life of Oluwatohungbogbo Toluwalope Akinbo, we are overwhelmed with both sadness and gratitude for the time we were blessed to share with her. She was not just a beloved wife, but a cherished friend whose presence brought light and joy to those around her.

In this time of sorrow, we find solace in our shared faith and the comforting words of 1 Thessalonians 4:13-14, 16. We trust in the promise of resurrection and take comfort in knowing that She rests peacefully in the arms of our Savior.

Her legacy of love, kindness, and unwavering faith will forever inspire us. Though she may no longer be with us in person, her spirit lives on in her family and the countless lives she touched.

As we bid farewell to our dear friend, let us cling to the precious memories we shared and find strength in the hope of a joyous reunion in the presence of our Lord.

With heartfelt condolences,
Richard and Glory Usman
Richard and Glory Usman
April 26, 2024
Today, I sadly pour out my heart the life of an extraordinary woman, friend and sister, Mrs. Oluwatohungbogbo Toluwalope Akinbo. A selfless and down-to-earth individual, she touched countless lives with her impeccable character, kindness, and compassion. As a wife, mother, friend, and sister, she left an indelible mark on the hearts of everyone she encountered.

Born in 1977, she lived a life filled with love, laughter, and devotion to her family. Her three children, Rotiwa, Tomiwa, and Nifewa, were the apples of her eye, and she poured her heart and soul into raising them. Her marriage to Mr. Dare Akinbo was a beautiful partnership built on mutual respect, trust, and love.

As a friend and sister, she was a rock, always there to offer a listening ear, a comforting embrace, and a reassuring word. Her unwavering support and encouragement inspired us to be our best selves. Her battle with cancer was long and arduous, but she faced it with courage, grace, and faith.

Though she may be gone, her legacy lives on through the countless lives she touched. We will miss her dearly, but we take comfort in the knowledge that she is now at peace, free from pain and suffering. We look forward to the Resurrection of Saints, when we will reunite with her once again. Rest in peace, dear Toluwalope. Your memory will be a blessing to us all.
Paul Ogundipe

Family tree

Pa Ibukunoluwa Olawale Ibirogba
Fausat Mojisola Ibirogba
Oludare Akinbo
Tomiwa Akinbo
Rotiwa Akinbo
Nifewa Akinbo
Oludare Akinbo
Tomiwa Akinbo
Rotiwa Akinbo
Nifewa Akinbo
Oluwatohungbogbo Akinbo (nee Ibirogba)


Please join us to pay a last tribute.
We will come together to remember and pay tribute to the wonderful person. While we mourn the loss of our dear, we also aim to cherish the moments shared and the joy brought into our lives. Your presence would mean a great deal to us during this time of remembrance and reflection.

Bolwatt Galleria
121 Governor's Road, Ikotun, Lagos, After Second Junction, Bus Stop along Governor's Road, Ikotun, Lagos.
Date: Wednesday 1st May, 2024
Time: 4:00pm

Burial Program
Grandeur Event Center, 17 Billings Way, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos
Date: Thursday 2nd May, 2024.
Time: 11am
Grandeur Events Center, 17 Billings Way, Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos
Date: Thursday 2nd May, 2024
Time: 4:00pm

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