Princess Adejumoke

Princess Adejumoke

Who is going to be calling me eyin (teeth) again? Who is going to call me Mosky? FM’s Prayer for us in January this year in Ejesudescendants group was that we will not mourn each other nor our spouses and children. What went wrong? Bimpe and I were still talking about FM last month that he doesn’t read meanings to things.

He hardly gets angry. I was still talking about him at work showing people his eyebrows that they joined in the middle. This was just two weeks ago. How I wished I had called on Koyejo’s birthday. At least I would have spoken to my brother. I will miss him so greatly, even though we didn’t talk everyday. But I knew I could call him anytime. I wish I could go back in time and change a few things. FM always wants peace around him.

He prefers to displease himself to please others. FM was remarkable in so many ways. He lived his life to the fullest and touched so many people during his time here with us, as evident by everyone’s response to the news of his passing. I have to say though, that FM’s life that I find most memorable is the role that spirituality played. FM loved his God. He was a true Christian.

FM lived a principled life underpinned by a strong sense of right and wrong. I am so proud of my brother Adekunle Adeniyi Adelodun. I am so happy to be his sister. He was a great person right from birth. It’s hard to believe he’s gone. FM was a great brother, son, father, husband and friend. Till then I say Adieu! To my wonderful, selfless, awesome brother. FM Aremo Adekunle Adeniyi Adelodun. I will always love you forever.

Love you FM.

You will be greatly missed by all.

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