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Kayode Abdul
  • 37 years old
  • Date of birth: Sep 11, 1978
  • Place of birth:
    Lagos Island, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Date of passing: Jan 28, 2016
  • Place of passing:
    Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria
Let the memory of our dear Kayode be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kayode Abdul, 37, born on September 11, 1978 and passed away on January 28, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Segun Abdul on 12th September 2016

"My dear Kayuse!!!

Happy 38th birthday ... in Earth Years I suppose!!! Your arithmetic is no longer in earth time is it? ... you're an eternity boy now eh?

Yes I'm sure, there you are in Glory, sipping on some life-renewing heavenly cool aid. :o) ... thinking to yourself marvellous thoughts like ...

"... I'd rather be a doorkeeper in God's house .... " and
"... in my Father's house, there are MANY Mansions ...."  and
"... what shall it profit a man, if he gains the whole world and loses ..." and
"...in your presence there is fullness of joy!!!!...."  and others...

Glorious thoughts indeed.

You are never far from our thoughts, your passing helps us too to  keep eternity ... in view. One day ... one day ... surely, we shall meet our maker.

May it be a glorious re-union."

This tribute was added by olushola abdul on 12th September 2016

"Happy birthday Kay! I believe you are having a wonderful time up there with our Heavenly Father? We missed you - seriously ( like you would say:-)"

This tribute was added by Spencer Soyemi on 27th March 2016

"Kayode!!!!!
This is coming as a shock to me, our last meeting was at Dominos, on Toyin Street in Dec 2015, I dropped you off at home as I prepared to go home and we hoped for the best in the New Year. Planned on how we would take a trip after working so hard in 2015.  Never knew that would be the last time I would see you alive. In our very short time of being friends, I have indeed admired you and all I can say is that you are going to be missed a great deal.

It was an honor to know you and you would always be remembered."

This tribute was added by Wonuola Abdul on 26th February 2016

"Dear Kayode......
I guess I can't put it off any longer...
Mama Oluwadamilare like you fondly called me. Our last get together was awesome! The kids loved it, Zanita said "Uncle is sooooo cool" We laughed, we joked and shared memories on that day. Its so amazing how much you remembered of Damilare ("Big T" like you called him) growing up. You went out of your way to be so kind to me and the children. I wont forget it, and I wont forget you. THANK YOU! One of our last whatsapp chats went along the lines of us coming home for 2015 Xmas to which I replied wasn't going to happen. I think you just wanted to spend time with us for the last time before you went home. Am sorry I wont see you again, am sorry you wont see your nephew and niece grow up. But you left a good impression on them, they wont forget you.  I console myself by saying God reigns supreme and he is still on the throne... He knows...He sees...
Goodnight Adekayode...Till we meet to part no more...."

This tribute was added by Peter Kuteyi on 20th February 2016

"To sum up Kayode in a few words was he always seemed Happy and had a sweetness about him, my wife and i always enjoyed seeing him.
The memory I had of him was of an incident a few years back possible 2006, when he met me in Tesco's and I was purchasing an item with my Credit Card. He proceeded to give me a little lecture on the evils of credit cards. Which at the time I did not appreciate. However he was right of course. Thanks Kayode."

This tribute was added by Vicky Jacobs on 18th February 2016

"Still cannot believe you are no more. I know you are in a better place. Will miss you lil bro. Continue to rest in the Lord."

This tribute was added by Adesegun Solanke on 17th February 2016

"Still can`t believe it was for real. Looking at the cool smiley face when echoing bros me when i call. Such was a sad and sudden occurrence. It wasn't expected at this moment of your journey but the maker has knocked at the door and demanded you relocate. Enjoy the company of innumerable angels. Rest in the bossom of your father. RIP Kay baba as i used to call you."

This tribute was added by Segun Abdul on 16th February 2016

"Dearest Kayus

You will, most certainly never be forgotten.
You made a mark we'll NEVER EVER forget. Your imprint was unique. You were one of a kind. God made you unique and though you are already being missed and will continue so to be, our prayer is that God will give you a legacy after your death.

That as you've touched us, and enriched us, we in turn will draw from your rich impartation and your unique significance to share some of what God allowed you to deposit in us...with others.

May you Eternally Enjoy Blessed Rest in your Heavenly Father's bosom."

This tribute was added by Debbie Zubair on 6th February 2016

"Good night "sir K". The memories your left behind remain with us forever. Sleep on my brother until the resurrection morning."

This tribute was added by Adetutu Emmanuel on 6th February 2016

"Kayode but why????
I am so lost for words and in shock. I couldn't believe it when I heard you were ( gosh I can't believe I am using past tense already!) gone. Gone too soon! Rest in peace dear brother. We love you but God surely loves you more."

This tribute was added by Olubunmi Afolabi on 6th February 2016

"Kayyyyy. . . . words fail me n I'm still in shock . it still feels like a dream to know you are gone from this wicked world. Your departure is indeed painful but I take solace that you are in much better place. You were a loving , calm, caring , a giver n never one to hold a grudge with anyone. Adieu MY KAY, it's still unbelievable but the reality of heaven gaining a saint n an angel puts my mind at ease. Rest in peace my darling Kay till we meet to part no more. I love you."

This tribute was added by Moses Nwosu on 6th February 2016

"Na ehh... Mazi whats going on.... Those were our into likes when  We me... U had a very generous heart and were a never give up man.... Happy u have up this earth and its pain for a more Glory filled life..... Adora  will  miss her ration of sweet which she was always sure to get from you Once u showed up @ rehearsals.... Thank you  for living"

This tribute was added by Yeside Odumade on 5th February 2016

"Bro Kay!!!!
I cannot believe it's true... You're actually gone... You really are the apple of God's eye, it's just a shame that you've gone too soon! You were such a blessing to many and you've made such a positive and lasting  impact on my life, for that I'd like to say thank you. I find inner peace knowing that you're in the bosoms of your Maker.

Rest in peace bro!

Lots of love"

This tribute was added by oluwasegun major on 5th February 2016

"Dear broda kayode
i knew you when i was a little boy at oregun and since then i never lay my eyes on you till when death has to do us apart. its painful that the week i decided to see you was the week  i heard about you living us so soon broda you really tear my hearth away and its so hard to hold.....WE LOVE YOU BUT GOD LOVES YOU MORE  RIP"

This tribute was added by Temi Lade on 5th February 2016

"Kayode, I can't get used to this. It's like a helpless, painful, nightmare that I can't unchange or wake up from. All the inside jokes, sillyness, and general catching up...I thought there would be time for more! You were my egbon in every way but you were so easy going and treated me like you would a homie and a sister. So many GREAT memories from Opebi through South Norwood all the way to Sanctum. It's so so so sad to even write this. The night you passed away, I didn't know. But throughout the later part of that evening, I reminisced about some jokes we used to make and I literally sat and laughed to myself, thinking I'd tell you the next time we see. Who knew the rude shock awaiting. The only consolation is my *strong conviction* that you are in a much much better place! You will live on in our hearts even though God knows I'd much rather prefer if you never left. I don't understand this at all, I never will, but God does. And we can only  trust him. Rest on, my very dear brother, Mankayus. May the Angels guide you to heavenly peace. I hope you're brightening someone else's day with your laughter, on the other side. Can't put in words how much I will MISS you!"

This tribute was added by Olaolu Beckley on 5th February 2016

"Egbon Kay...
It is hard to believe you are gone o. Such fond memories I have of you.
I can still hear your boisterous laughter, very contagious!
I remember you taking me to the Amala spot in Canning Town, thoroughly enjoyed myself there!
I remember the numerous trips to Cineworld in North Greenwich, because you were such a movie fanatic. Also those dvds sold on Walworth Road never eluded you.
I remember you asking for a good time to come visit mum and I late last year and I kept postponing, using work as an excuse. I really wish I hadn't done that.. Your death is the trigger for me NEVER to postpone something that can be done now till later.
I know you are in a better place.. Till we meet to part no more, rest in perfect peace.."

This tribute was added by Bola Oyedele on 5th February 2016

"“Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from the evil to come. For those who follow godly paths will rest in peace when they die.”
‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭57:1-2‬ ‭NLT‬‬

My darling brother, We are rest assured you're in a better place. Your death will surely not be in vain, hearts will be drawn to true godly repentance in Jesus name.
Rest In Peace Kayode till we meet again, in the bosom of the Lord."

This tribute was added by Maleek Akanbi on 5th February 2016

"Your untimely death was sad for all of us but God knows best.He needed another angel to watch over us and you were the chosen one.May God grant you eternal peace and happiness.
R.I.P Uncle Kayode"

This tribute was added by Ekeoma Ajuka on 5th February 2016

"Kayode,
Peace at last,
Safe at last,
Resting in His Everlasting Arms.
Sing well my brother.

What a terrible shock this has been.
Forever remembered,
Kay"

This tribute was added by sunky sofuwa on 4th February 2016

"Kay baba, It is indeed a shocking news and I had to re - visit all our whatsapp chat and Facebook chat history many times since when I received the sad news. Kay! "Sinzu" as I personally call u , you are indeed a "brother" , from the day one we met, an open minded person, always ready to help anytime. I respect you for these attributes. You will always be remembered in our hrts. Rip"

This tribute was added by ibirogba victoria on 4th February 2016

"Rest on Sir kay.  Even thou we never met but i know God has a purpose for calling u home this early. Thou painful to us all but we cannot question God, for His love for us all is perfect. Keep singing with the heavenly angels. May God in His mercy comfort all in Jesus name. Amen"

This tribute was added by Tayelolu Oladayo Dayo-Abdul on 4th February 2016

"There are no words strong enough to express our sorrow and pain at your passing. You may have physically gone from us but never from our hearts. Rest on brother in the bosom of The Lord."

This tribute was added by adeleke Dotun Emmanuel on 4th February 2016

"Bro Kay,
  Knew you when I was a little baby ,heard of story of how you carried me like a younger brother , my first time I would talk to you was when you came back to nigeria, we spoke for hours like brothers that have been seeing each other for long,you advice me on somethings I won't forget n shared your heart of how to create a better tommorow ,that's just what you are, friendly and loving .was still wishing to spend more time with you, was still wishing to see you this year before dead took you away, but am so sure you are with the lord coz you loved God with all your heart. Woshiping God has always been you duty , brother your gone now but your legacy lives on. I love you but God loves you best"

This tribute was added by adeleke Dotun Emmanuel on 4th February 2016

"Bro Kay,
  Knew you when I was a little baby ,heard of story of how you carried me like a younger brother , my first time I would talk to you was when you came back to nigeria, we spoke for hours like brothers that have been seeing each other for long,you advice me on somethings I won't forget n shared your heart of how to create a better tommorow ,that's just what you are, friendly and loving .was still wishing to spend more time with you, was still wishing to see you this year before dead took you away, but am so sure you are with the lord coz you loved God with all your heart. Woshiping God has always been you duty , brother your gone now but your legacy lives on. I love you but God loves you best"

This tribute was added by Wunmi Gbadamosi on 4th February 2016

"Still in shock ...... I know heaven has gained another beautiful soul.You will surely be missed by all. I will load a selfie picture of us cos you always called me madam selfie. Adieu Adekayode till we meet again..,..,."

This tribute was added by Harbie Oye on 4th February 2016

"You were such a rare gem. May God of heaven grant your  family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Sleep on Kay Baba!"

This tribute was added by Liz Kingsley on 4th February 2016

"On behalf of City of David:

Bro Kayode (Technical)
It looks quite untrue yet everyone says it's real. Watching your image in the Praise in the City, on the altar at Walworth road makes the whole thing looks unimaginable yet we have to face the reality of your loss. You were someone who loved to help once it's in your capacity. Once your time is available, readily you were eager to release it. We never heard you speak or act rudely to anyone both young and old. As I write, I could hear the sound and tone of your voice as if you were actually close by. We actually hoped you would return to England one day. On behalf of your church in England, City of David, the technical dept and the choir where you worked, we will like to say Rest in Perfect Peace in the bossom of your God. Adieu! Until we meet to part no more."

This tribute was added by Segun Balogun on 4th February 2016

"Kay, a good heart has stopped beating , a good soul ascended to heaven. We part with our beloved brother ( Kazogi ) in pain. Sun re o Kazogi."

This tribute was added by adesola odumuyiwa on 4th February 2016

"The memories I hold of you is one of a very jovial and helpful soul. I recall how you would inquire after my family each time met. News of  your passing  was received with a great shock. I can only pray for God's eternal comfort for the family you left behind. RIP Kay...You'll be sorely missed."

This tribute was added by Segun Balogun on 4th February 2016

"Kay, a good heart has stopped beating, a good soul ascended, we part with our beloved brother  (Kazogi )in pain. R I P, broda."

This tribute was added by Adaku Chet-Elleh on 4th February 2016

"Sir Kay, I still don't believe this! Its like a bad dream I will wake up from. U left too soon. U ll be greatly missed. With deep pain in my heart I wish u a peaceful rest. Till we meet to part no more... Rest! Precious one."

This tribute was added by Doris Betek on 4th February 2016

"Kayode.. God has truly gained a beautiful soul into his kingdom. You will surely be missed, I will never forget your witty character, the way you used to call me "Auntyyyy Dawrriiisss", i'll remember  our long talks, you'll listen, you'll advise, and you ALWAYS wished me well, but what 'll remember most was our laughs and that is what i'll hold dear to my heart ...the good times. Kay you are Loved and adored by many and the fond memories we all shared with you, will forever live in our hearts. Not just a friend but a brother. Sleep on....and be at peace."

This tribute was added by Doris Betek on 4th February 2016

"Life is but a stopping place, a pause in what's to be.
A resting place along the road, to sweet eternity.
We all have different journeys, different paths along the way, we all were mean't to learn some things but never mean't to stay..
Our destination is a place, far greater than we know. For some the journey's quicker. for some the journey's slow. And when the journey finally ends we will claim a great reward, and find everlasting peace. together with the Lord."

This tribute was added by Ayokunle Og on 4th February 2016

"You are definitely in a better and peaceful place! Rest well!!!"

This tribute was added by ben nzewi on 4th February 2016

"Your light and vibe will be missed always.

Thank you for the laughter and banter.

Rest in God's eternal peace always Kay."

This tribute was added by Oyinkansola Joseph on 4th February 2016

"Kay baba, I don't have much to say, the almighty God knows why and his unquestionable God. RIP"

This tribute was added by Ayo Nunu on 4th February 2016

"Man K! I really don't know where to start. But it has been a real honour. In all of this, I'm searching, and looking to be thankful as the bible says we should. The Lord help us. So I thank the Lord that I called you friend, I thank the Lord that after so many years I was able to see you in the days leading to you going to be with Him. I thank the Lord you spent those days among friends, laughing and joking. Man K! A dear friend. Loved by many. You would be sadly missed. My family and I express deep and heartfelt condolences to the entire Abdul family and join in your prayers. May the Lord Almighty take the departed soul to His Heavenly Abode and give the entire family strength and courage to bear this loss."

This tribute was added by Olawunmi Salako on 4th February 2016

"Kay, you will forever stay in our hearts. Who are we to question God, He knows best. You are in a better place, Rest in the bosom of the Lord."

This tribute was added by Jamal Abdul on 4th February 2016

"Bro I can't believe it. Still in shock, why why you? Just when the tide was about to turn? I know God works in mysterious ways and I know he works to the good of those that know and love him and you, sure loved the Lord. I'm at piece because i know your with him. Rest my brother. You will be truly missed. I will cherish your memory and never forget you. Love for eternity your brother bayo."

This tribute was added by Iraoya Aladejobi on 4th February 2016

"RIP, Sir Kay I am shorts of words but I know you have gone to rest. You have gone to join our host of witnesses cheering for us, your life was short and full till overflowing. RIP Sir KAY."

This tribute was added by wande Fabiyi on 4th February 2016

"Life on earth is an assignment that we all have to  go back and give a report of.
I didnt really know you but Wonu had wonderful things to say about  you.
We take solace in the fact that you acknowleged christ in your life and will be reporting back to him."

This tribute was added by Idowu Tehillah on 4th February 2016

"My dear friend, here's a multi-colored flower for you!

To imagine we only met in June when i came back from a looooong vacation. I went to pray with the choir and when we were done ; you introduced yourself with a smile and outstretched arm,'saying you had never seen me' and i told you ...you were the new member and i just got back....We were fast friends and then you decided to move 2 streets away from me and we became 'Thick as Thieves'.....DANG MATE....I'm gonna miss you,

No one to call me or buzz me annoyingly on whatsapp, no one to quiz me with a zillion questions....i will miss riding with you...and all that speculation about us in church....when all we were: was just 2 people who spoke and taught almost alike....

And I was rearing to go and finalise the furnishing and curtains for your place, i mean you've been at it since last year and now you'll never see how lovely i could have made your apartment...

I'm glad i saw and spoke to you the day before you took a long walk with Jesus......You will get a nice hard SMACK when we see!!! Missing you already....but i'm super excited and assured that you have joined the 24 elders and the angels to worship our father....

Make sure you polish and shine my crowns and keep yourself busy ...

.................Cheerio mate (in a cockney accent)!!!"

This tribute was added by Bukky Dosunmu on 4th February 2016

"Kay man,
     Your passing away gives us cause to reflect about our lives -while on this earth. But my pains about your death is that you left too soon and failed to partake of the restoration grace of the Lord, abundantly released over the heavens opened over you in 2016.
     However we are left with great hope and so are comforted that God is always true, faithful and just.
His Word says that in our death, we will all be transformed to the likeness of His glory to higher glory in our glorified bodies.
     So rest at the feet of our Lord in your newly glorified body, reign in glory and continue in kingdom service even in heaven, as you join the great cloud of witnesses encompassing us all, that are still on earth. We will forever miss you!
           Your sister, Bukky Dosunmu"

This tribute was added by Joy Derefaama on 4th February 2016

""The most beautiful flowers are plucked in the fields"
You were one amazing and wonderful man....God couldnt resist but pluck you out of this sinful world....
Rest dearest.....you are in a better place...
Till we meet again....."

This tribute was added by Oluwatoyin Adelowo on 4th February 2016

"My darling brother, since Friday 29th January 2016, I go Through my day hoping to receive a message from you on whatssapp and then I realise this is for real. What will we not do to have you back, I hope we could turn back the hands of time. Your short life was a blessing to us, in your humour, lovely smile and positive outlook, and your British accent that always amuses your nieces". "Bro you went too soon, you will forever be in our hearts. We know you are in a better place where we will meet some day to part no more. Adieu my brother.....RIP""

This tribute was added by oluwaseun dosunmu on 4th February 2016

"They who die in Christ live forever, so many questions, but God knows better, rest in peace bro"

This tribute was added by Akin Olawale on 4th February 2016

"Our good God will keep your family. Amen."

This tribute was added by Michael Oluchelsea Satino-Omotayo on 4th February 2016

"im actually lost for words..Kayode,you were someone God blessed with wisdom in your words,a complete gentleman and on record the only friend i have that i never heard anything negative about.I pray that youre in a better place.rest in peace Kay"

This tribute was added by olushola abdul on 4th February 2016

"Dear brother,  
We never thought you won't come of it…Can you believe that I was so sure you would come out of it that I was planning to serve you a bill for the stress your illness caused me :-) oh what won't we do to have you back?  A blessing indeed you were.  I will miss you greatly; your gentlemanly ways - offering to carry my bags when we go shopping, asking if am ok, helping with the kitchen work, just  being your bubbly self.
In it all we give thanks for your life.  Till we meet to part no more, rest in the Lord"


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