Book of Memories of


Lady Patricia Akanke Diyaolu ( Lady Knight Order of St Mulumba)

In Loving Memory of a Remakable Woman. A Catholic Christian mother, Wife, Teacher, Head Teacher, Girls Guider, Girls Guide Commisioner, Writer/ Poet/ Lyrisist and Consumate Feminist.

A daugther of Ikereku, Abeokuta Ogun State Nigeria.  Mummy we build this archive as a resource and repository of your strong Personality, Humanity, Vision and Faith.

Your, Love, Affection, Warmth, Humor, and Creativity has encouraged and impacted a lot of lives. We share this space with Family and Friends to celebrate and remember the wonderful moments that we all shared in your journey here on Earth. Always full of Praise, Prayers and Recounting our ‘Orikis’ as a sign and symbol of your Affectation for your family.(Extended and adopted families).

Educating, Reforming and Informing to influence change in every space you have ever ocupied. Your sense of Justice and Fair-play is ‘Legendary’. Defending Women, Children and family rights as evident in your Life carer as Teacher/Head-Teacher for Forty plus years. Voluntary work for the Girls Guide Organisation uptill your passing. Membership/ Leadership Roles in the Catholic Women’s Organisattion of Nigeria to name a few.

You are a Brave, Bold, Beautiful Soul. An ‘Unimaginable Maternal entity’. Your lessons in ‘Hospitality’ , Your need for making strangers ‘feel at ease’ benefits us all. Boundless ‘Love ‘ in all Relational endevours has led to the longevity of our family friendships with individuals, Families and Organisations who now support us at this time of need.

A ‘Great advocate’ of the ‘Weak or Less Able’

Your sense of purposese is ‘Infectious’, your Vision for ‘Good’ is clear and your Service to ‘God’ is Exemplary. In hope we pray that your transition to Glory will reunite you with our Savior ‘Jesus Christ’, Your ‘Beloved Tony'( Our Dad, Sir Anthony Abiodun Diyaolu ) and all the Saints and faithfuly departed to enjoy the well deserved rest that the world never gave.

Adiue! Iya mi Akanke, Ara Oba, Aya Arigbawonwo.

Rest in Perfect Peace +

Patrick Ayoola Oluyemi Diyaolu

‘Arigbawonwo Ogbeni Ayo’ of Northampton,England.  

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