In Loving Memory of

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Olalekan Johnson Babafemi

In memory of our dear son, brother, uncle, husband and father Olalekan Babafemi, who passed away to be with the Lord on 23rd December 2022.

Age: 58

Burial Arrangment:

Service of songs – 19th January 2023

Time: 7-9pm

Funeral service and Committal – 20th January 2023

Time: 10:30am

Venue: City Praise Centre, The Maltings, 9-11 Lower Higham Rd, Chalk, Gravesend DA12 2LY

Committal at Northfleet Cemetery, Springhead Rd, Northfleet, Gravesend DA11 8HW


1 Thessalonians 4:13 – Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be uninformed about those who sleep in death, so that you do not grieve like the rest of mankind, who have no hope.


May the gentle soul of our beloved rest in perfect peace.

Book Owner: Olufemi Lakeru
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Johnson Adeshipe

Just so sadden by this loss. I just want to thank God for a life well spent. Gone too soon. I will never forget the impact you had on my life, and for that I am thankful. I can only now pray for the family left behind… At the end of every dark long tunnel of life there is always an overwhelming shining light and every challenge introduces you to a breakthrough, obstacles are merely a call to upgrade your level, strengthen your position and raise your status, I pray for you, may God Almighty turn every sadness and misery of today into miracles before the end of this week in Jesus name Amen! 🙏🏾 God is in control. It is well with your family. Rejoice in the knowledge He is great!   Mighty God, thank you that you are my aunty and my brother’s creator, you know them better than anyone else. You know the pain and grief they may feel at this time. You have promised that you will make all things work together for their good. Please provide comfort for them and use this difficult time to develop their character. You are the God of peace. May …


Gone too soon! Sleep well brother till we meet again.  …

Rachael & Justus Ajibode in Leeds

“Oga mi”.That’s how we used to fondly call each other. Sadly death has done its worst. You taught/encouraged me on everything that is now known as BAJ GLOBAL MEDIA LIMITED; with tough love to see me make good progress in filming industries. Thank you ever so much for your jokes & encouragements. Now a library is lost in you death.  Thank you for sharing your knowledge/ups and downs with me until your death. RIP Ọ̀GÁ MI So sad you are taken away from us… Jordan Adebayo, Paul and myself will miss the wealth of your knowledge so dearly.  Sister Bọla, Timi & families,..may God give you HIS strength. Amen  RIP Bafem… Ọ̀gá mi ©Rachael & Justus Ajibodes in Leeds …


Oh! Death, where is the sting, And grave where is thy victory? I am not afraid of you anymore! For I have this hope in myself, Come one day, we will see all our loved ones that are asleep, We will know ourselves, We will embrace ourselves. This confidence I have through Jesus Christ, My Saviour. The resurrection and the life. The world is not our home, We are just passing by, We have a place already prepared for us, the place of eternity, because Christ lives in us. As human being, Bro Lekan, anytime the thought of your departure comes to my mind, My heart griefs, My body aches me to my bone. Dearly beloved brother, you are good, Your soft and gentle way of speaking constantly comes to my memory, Anytime I remember you speaking, with the phrase “En aburo”, really touches my heart, Your expression of love cannot be quantified. Your compassion to we your siblings cannot be measured. I love you, but your Creator loves you the most. Sleep on well, dearly beloved brother. Till we meet, to part no more. TOYIN OWOYEMI , NEE BABAFEMI. …

Folayemi Babafemi

Continue to rest in peace, Brother Lekan. …


Dear brother Olalekan BABAFEMI, you will be greatly missed and may God give your family the fortitude to bear the loss at this critical time. Death is referred to as an enemy in the Bible, but we surely have confidence and hope in the resurrection. Please keep resting on the blossom of the lord  …

Yemi Adeyemi

Good night beloved brother Lekan(Bafem).You left us so soon but your memory lives forever in our heart. Your smile, kindness  and generousity will always be remembered. Rest on the bosom of our Lord, …

Omotayo Olugbade

Never forget you brother because we know you are in a better. You will always stay loved  forever and  remembered everyday in our heart .   Adieu           …

Mrs. Florence Oni (Nee Babafemi)

My dear brother – I am glad that God gave you to our family. We don’t choose our family members and when it comes to who’s in our family tree, we just don’t have any say. But if the time ever came along and it were possible for me to be asked to pick a brother, there’s no doubt that I’d choose YOU. For, as I reflect on our childhood years, I can say that you were an unassuming, caring and quiet person. Some boys in those days became your friend so they could have access to me. You showed them your love for me and will always tell them “don’t mess up with my sister”. Your departure to the UK created a gap between us, because telephone was not widely available in Nigeria back then. When we later reconnected, we shared our stories, laughed, cried and prayed together. I had thought I will come to the UK and meet you and your beautiful family, but death took you away. That is a dream of mine that will never be realized! It is difficult to accept the fact that you are no longer here. Your departure unto glory leaves …

Lara Akhigbemen

Dear Bro. Lekan, you are very special and will be greatly missed. You always had an infectious smile on your face for everyone you came across, encouraging words and you were supportive in every way. We appreciate and love you brother but God loves and appreciates you more. Rest in peace! …
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