The remains of Pastor Mrs Sarah Oluwaseun Ojeme have been interred.
The funeral which took place on Friday October 27, 2017 in Canaanland, Ota was witnessed by family members, friends, colleagues and members of the Living Faith Church aka Winners Chapel.
Pastor Oluwaseun Ojeme was married to the much loved and eloquent Man of God, Pastor Abraham Ojeme.
She was aged 57.
Also present at the service was the Kwara State First lady, Deaconess Omolewa Ahmed.
Before the interment at the Church’s cemetery in Canaanland, a Christian wake-keep was observed in her honour at the Winners Chapel, London, where she passed on. A service of songs also held on Thursday October 26 in Canaaland, Ota.
One of the congregants, Princess Joyo, an oil and gas executive, who was close to the deceased described Mrs Ojeme’s lifestyle as worthy of emulation Princess Joy wrote on social media:
“Celebrating the Life of my Big Aunty
PASTOR (MRS) SARAH OLUWASEUN OJEME…..
She stood for righteousness and integrity and would go to great length to ensure people were held accountable for their actions…..
A Caring Loving and Faithful Wife to my Dearest pastor Abraham OJEME and Mother to Many; personally; Mummy you were a Blessing,can’t even quantify by words but I’m Grateful that our path crossed;(When I lost my mum in 2012, I remembered all you did during and after funeral) It hurts so much but I know you are in a better place “HEAVEN” Ofcourse WALKING AND DANCING??
I WILL FOREVER CHERISH THE MOMENTS THAT WE SHARED;(What is there not to Cherish?) Is it Your Ever thoughtful advice, Your smiles, Your stern reprimands…….
I never imagine that you’ll be too far a phone call or a text message……. IT IS WELL!!! Adieu Aunty Seun??”
Also commiserating with the Ojemes is a social media influencer, Debola Williams, who was at the burial in Ota.
He wrote, “Spent the last 24 hours in mourning with Pastor Abraham Ojeme of Winners Chapel and his beautiful family as they laid their darling mother and wife to rest, Mrs Sarah Oluwaseun Ojeme.
I have never seen such joy and love at a wake and burial ceremony.
In the words of her First son @iamdavidoj ”a testament of the enviable life of the beloved. For the family, a strong display of faith that she has passed the test of life and now in flying colors with the angels and our Lord”.
I rejoice with them, for to them death is not loss but gain of eternal life.”
The late Mrs Seun Ojeme was survived by her husband, Pastor Abraham Ojeme, her two sons, a daughter-in-law, and her siblings.