• 42 years old
  • Date of birth: Aug 3, 1969
  • Place of birth:
    Benue state, Nigeria
  • Date of passing: Mar 10, 2012
  • Place of passing:
    GARKI, Abuja-FCT, Nigeria
Let the memory of BENEDICT be with us forever

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, BENEDICT ALAGH, 42, born on August 3, 1969 and passed away on March 10, 2012. We will remember him forever.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Zainab Imam on 30th August 2016

"This is in memory of a very good friend, whose memory will always be cherished and whose company will always be missed.

Continue to rest in peace Ben


This tribute was added by Achiaka Irabor on 29th August 2016

"Mixed feelings, missing you and yet glad that you have run the race and fought the good fight.
See you soon Ben!"

This tribute was added by Yemi Oloje on 5th August 2016

"Terkula, you were a friend in a million. You were even more than a friend. A brother from another womb. May your gentle soul continue to enjoy eternal repose in Jesus name."

This tribute was added by Collins Fasoranti on 4th August 2016

"Ben I remember you with a heavy heart but with gratitude and glory to God Almighty for giving me the privilege to have known you as a special friend in Med School.
Your gentle and kind soul was one of a kind.
Your determination and drive in achieving outstanding success in whatsoever you laid hands on doing was a a huge inspiration to me.
You were a very beautiful gem in our class.
Miss you bro.
Rest in His loving bosom until we meet again.
May the Most High comfort your family always"

This tribute was added by Roselyn Alagh on 4th August 2016

"Dear Ben, it's been 4years and yesterday would have been your 47th Birthday. We spent it remembering the great times we had. I know you are smiling down from heaven. Our families and friends have been great and everyone has beautiful stories about you. You are truly GOD's Angel sent on loan to mankind and you are always on my mind.
Continue to have fun in Heaven......"

This tribute was added by GEORGE ITODO on 4th August 2016

"He was not just an Uncle but the only father figure I ever had. I remembered 2010 when I failed my WEAC exam and I was so depressed  and downcast and nothing made any sense to me again, I was 15 at that time. Daddy told me it wasn't too late for me to go back to school and make it right. I took his advice determined to make it this time, despite the fact it took two more years I came out victorious. I graduated this year from the University and on my Thanksgiving day while dancing tears of joy filled my eyes, Daddies words of candour, wisdom and faith in me brought me thus far. FOREVER  a blessing in my heart i love you Dad."

This tribute was added by Eneh Nkiruka A. on 16th March 2016

"BEN where re u, this is hard to write because of the good life we shared in the office. though its 4 whole years now that you left us to the greater beyond but your memories as fresh as the morning dew as if it was just yesterday. It was a privilege for me to have been a part of Ben's life. Although much too short, his, was a life well lived! He was a determined, visionary, goal-oriented, caring person who loved life and all that it offered. Through his work and his practice, he made a significant contribution to UN Health system while alive, your footprint can never be erased.

Rosy , u re a wonderful wife & mother to behold, the Almighty God will always see you through & soon the Princes & Mayor's Ben let behind will be celebrated IJN. Adieu Tekular Alagh till that glorious morning when we will dyne with our Lord Jesus Christ Amen!."

This tribute was added by Roselyn Alagh on 3rd August 2015

"I remember Ben's Birthday today not with pain but with Gratitude to GOD to have found me worthy to have shared my life with GOD's son Benedict TERKULA Alagh. Am Happy for the fact that GOD said Ben is an Angel with HIM. FATHER LORD cut off premature death, Ill health and every ancestorial curse from our blood line. Amen"

This tribute was added by Olalekan Ajia on 27th March 2015

"Ben, you are unforgettable - the quiet force of your personality, intellect and charm. And the legacy you left behind, for those who know your impressive footprints in public heath and the network of friends. But your best legacy is the awesome family who proudly fly your flag: Roselyn, the frail looking but steely strong young lady you named with a conviction that brooked no dissension "the best wife in the whole world", then Shise and Ageba, pure Ben gems; and the sisters, brothers, nieces, nephews, whom you pulled up along on your hard but meteoric rise to success. Peace and Joy to you Ben! Everlasting."

This tribute was added by Eneh Nkiruka A. on 23rd March 2015

"Hi BEN,
What a world, so fast the year runs. its just like yesterday that you left us & join your creator. The legacy, jokes, smiles & helping hand you render to any body that comes in contact while you are alive will never die, Just as Rose said it is hard to me to use was for you because my office in Enugu is your point of call every morning except you are in a mission. I remember one day a colleague was calling Dr. BEN, DR.BEN & you called me to please tell this woman your real name, that you are not DR. BEN, you are funny and always happy & never turn your back when someone needs your help. We missed you but God who loves you most has called you home, rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ till that great day of resurrection when we will meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by jacinta alagh on 17th March 2015

"One of the jokes daddy Ben shared with me once...... LITTLE JONNY

Little Johnny was sitting in class doing math problems when his teacher picked him to answer a question, "Johnny, if there were five birds sitting on a fence and you shot one with your gun, how many would be left?" "None," replied Johnny, "cause the rest would fly away." "Well, the answer is four," said the teacher, "but I like the way you're thinking."

Little Johnny says, "I have a question for you. If there were three women eating ice cream cones in a shop, one was licking her cone, the second was biting her cone and the third was sucking her cone, which one is married?"

"Well," said the teacher nervously, "I guess the one sucking the cone."

"No," said Little Johnny, "the one with the wedding ring on her finger, but I like the way you're thinking." You might not be here wit us but your memory remains in our hearts. I love you dad."

This tribute was added by Ndidi Nwosu on 13th March 2015

"Oh my God, You got me on this!!! Dr. Ben, the very intelligent friend, colleague and Boss...Words may not be able to describe how we feel about your absence...however, we must say a few words... It has been three years now, the news was soooo shocking and knowing that we just saw a few weeks before you were gone, made it even more unbelievable cos u promised you would pull through. Just want to thank God for your family whom He has preserved this far and will always do. It is well in the name of Jesus. Though, you are gone, your memories still live on, adieu till we meet again! Rest in Perfect Peace!!!"

This tribute was added by Femi Adebajo on 13th March 2015

You will forever be in our thoughts, for you were a good friend, professional colleague and passionate person.
Rest in peace and may your family be consoled by the memories of the short but fulfilled life you lived."

This tribute was added by Remy Jacobs on 13th March 2015

"Uncle, you touched life beyond word can express even when you are not talking  you will still pass a message.
happy I knew you when I did because despite been in pain I could still see the angel in you.
Last week, I ate the Sour chop fruit you planted that barely grows anyhow,but both trees are springing good with big fruits which is sweet and with a little sour taste, shows your footprint and memory will always remain fresh and good in our mind.
till we meet to part no more in heaven Adieus Great man.
As am dropping this lines with tears in my eyes I pray I would also be a legacy to be remembered by the good morals you taught us."

This tribute was added by Iyobosa Igbinovia on 13th March 2015

"Three years gone by like yesterday. Memories of you remain fresh, the impact you created are still with us, your legacies are visible everywhere. My oga, I miss your mentorship, counsel, your rebuke and criticism. I miss to hear you talk. There hasn't been a supervisor like you. Thank you for your time you shared with me. We are consoled by the life you lived and the wonderful family you left behind. Roselyn is waxing strong and the children are doing great. Remain in the bosom of the Lord!"

This tribute was added by Maureen Obi Zubie-Okolo on 11th March 2015

"Three years already?? How time flies.... .. My friend and brother, we miss you - your humour, your dedication and commitment.. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord....  Mama Rose!! Jisike!! May the Lord continue to strengthen you in Jesus name."

This tribute was added by Yemi Oloje on 11th March 2015

"How Time flies! It was just like yesterday that my beloved friend, colleague and brother Terkula was translated to celestial glory. Words cannot adequately capture my sense of loss. May the Holy Spirit, the comforter continue to comfort the family you left behind.
Sleep on in the bosom of your saviour Terkula. We love you but Jesus loves you more!!!"

This tribute was added by Soji Adeniyi on 10th March 2015

"Rossy my sista, U are a strong woman of immense faith,your lover, your friend and hubby is watching over you and will always be an invisible pillar. Don`t be afraid. Ben could not just stay after the job was done. He has a bigger assignment in eternity. The Ben we know is surly with the LORD..It may have been a lonely journey of 3 years...but you were never alone..God and Ben`s excellent spirit was always with you. may his gentle sould continue to smile at us.. May we find courage like Ben did..even in his last hours... God bless the Princess and the President for us.. They will be celebrated soon IJMN."

This tribute was added by aveseh asough on 10th March 2015

"You are forever loved, brother
. Continue your good works as the Angel we knew you."

This tribute was added by chinwe bode Akinwande on 10th March 2015

"May the God Lord grand you rest. For your family that you left behind may the Almighty God grant and avail them the heavenly consolation needed to bear this great loss."

This tribute was added by Roselyn Alagh on 10th March 2015

"3rd Year Remembrance.
Today is exactly 3years GOD ALMIGHTY called you to be with HIM. Its been challenging and not a day goes by without thinking of you but thank GOD for HIS Grace. Your son Agebaater woke up when i was writing this mail (1.05am) and said "I love Daddy so much and will always miss him". His comment brought tears to my eyes for i know we will always miss you but I also know you are in a better place so i write this poem............
Dear Ben,
GOD saw you getting tired,
When a cure was not to be.
So He wrapped his arms around you,
and whispered, "come to me."
You didn't deserve what you went through,
So He gave you rest.
GOD's garden must be beautiful,
He only takes the best
And when I saw you sleeping,
So peaceful and free from pain
I could not wish you back
To suffer that again.
Many thanks to everyone for your immense love and support. GOD bless you all immensely and may you live to see and be blessed by your children's children. Amen
Roselyn Alagh (wife)."

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