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Olamuyiwa Akanbi Olanisebe
  • 41 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 16, 1974
  • Date of passing: Dec 30, 2015
Let the memory of Olamuyiwa be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Olamuyiwa Olanisebe, 41, born on October 16, 1974 and passed away on December 30, 2015. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Onyekachi Eme on 30th January 2016

"Rest on!"

This tribute was added by Olatunji Adekunle on 13th January 2016

"Muyiwa, I read through the tributes people wrote in your memory so far, then flashed back to our days in Idi Ito High School for a cross check, and my remark is that indeed you were a good friend who could never be replaced in the heart of your numerous friends and family you left behind. It took me a while back then to know you were my cousin. I was extremely glad when I eventually discovered that you were not only a friend but my cousin. Worthy of note is when you resurfaced after completing your university and Army training programme and realized that you have grown taller than I was and I could no longer use my height advantage over you as it was the practice in our secondary school days. We lost contact for a very long time until early last year when you got promoted to the rank of Major. I was shocked when even though I have not introduced myself on phone but hearing my voice alone you echoed 'Eeeeeespo' meaning, SP (Senior Prefect). You will remain fresh not only in my memory but in the memory of all of us your school mate. As I am saying sleep well to you Muyiwa, so also is Jide Ajao, Joel Adesina, Dele Adebisi, Soji Adekunle, Kayode Ogundare, Doja Yadeka, Dupe Onatoyinbo, Bolanle Oyelami, Lawrence Adebiyi, Sesan Adeagbo, Mutiu Obilana, Bunmi Alalade, Tolulope Oni, Ojo Idayat, Ojo Toba,Temilade Ishola, Shade Abeshin, Sola Oyelami, Sunday Ogunbiyi, Lekan Alaba, Bimbo Fatade; and so many school mates not mentioned on this platform. O digba o"

This tribute was added by Victor Tagwoi on 12th January 2016

"I still find it hard to believe I'm writing this in your memory. We began our careers together; I still remember all the times we shared; our flat in Jaji. Through the hard times and good times, we stuck together. You were a jolly good fellow; never discouraged. Always forging through, you were often a source of motivation when I was discouraged.

Now I have to go on this journey without your companionship and often wise counsel. Thank you for being my friend in this life. Rest in peace, till we meet again.

- Maj VK Tagwoi"

This tribute was added by olanisebe awele on 11th January 2016

"My loving and careing daddy I cried your name out and u did not wake up I shouted Jesus name and he could not answer me and he calls himself the great sherpad u died rite in my front I still think it is a long dream it will be very hard to live without u u always console us but now u are no more I loved u so much I miss u so much how I wish I knew we would not av built a house in Ibadan may your soul rest in perfect peace and may God accept u in his kingdom amen from your loving son morolaoluwa olanisebe"

This tribute was added by Kayode Ogundare on 11th January 2016

"For all those that Muyiwa left behind: family, friends and fans, life will go on but things will never remain the same.

Growing up with you was awesome.

Calling you a friend was an honour.

Knowing that you loved and was loved in return is comforting.

The emotions are still raw and the pains very fresh.

All of us miss you so much it hurts terribly

But we have hope in life eternal and that on that glorious morning you will be reunited with those you loved and who loved you most.

Goodnight, brave soldier and sleep well."

This tribute was added by Ibukun Ajao on 11th January 2016

"U will forever be missed bro muyiwa, if we are all feeling dis way, I can't just imagine how ur wife ,mum, dad and children will be feeling and the thoughts that will be going through their minds. But I am comforted that  we shall meet at d feet of jesus where we will meet to part no more..... haaa! Iku ma doro . Se ti ewa yin ni ka so ni, abi  the loss to all humanity ,or the way u humbled yourself to all despite all ur achievements.Our hearts are so sorrowful bro. Sleep on my loveable baba Oko."

This tribute was added by Olumide Ajao on 11th January 2016

"Egbon, indeed you were a leader, I see your life inspired many others (like me) to dream more, learn more and do more. Kid as I was, the first thing that drew me to you was the way I loved to stare at your very fair, clean and fresh skin that you obviously took extra care of as if it's care was the only thing you did in your life. Yet, you ended up a graduate of Agriculture, a field I also could only be a part of;  and then you died a Major in the army. I heard of your bravery in service. What can I say? Your death was a big blow to me. All I keep remembering is your voice and everything you told me as we talked recently. I could feel your happiness and energy right through the phone. Now, only God will fulfill all the promises you made to me as you challenged me to get what am currently pursuing to the finish line. How sad death denied you of these great days ahead, days when you would have seen things and be much more radiant. Such a great lover of success you were and, you appreciated every iota of it with everyone you knew. Busy as you were as well, my parents always told me how you would put call credit on their cellphones whenever you had the chance. Your generosity was felt here and there. I still wonder how you managed to get through to everybody's heart so enormously. It seems to me like you knew the way through the world but, death says otherwise. Am only glad that you felt the flavor of life 'cause, as a soldier, as you knew what it meant to be alive for one day. Your death has taught me more lessons. I just pray that the very personal people to you will be able to go on without you in the picture 'cause you must have left them a huge gap. May the Lord place them all where they belong even as you are gone. I hope to meet you again o egbon, iku yin dun mi gan ni I wish you could see. I'll see you again by God's grace. may your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace until we meet again. Love always."

This tribute was added by Olumide Ajao on 11th January 2016

"Egbon, indeed you were a leader, I see your life inspired many others (like me) to dream more, learn more and do more. Kid as I was, the first thing that drew me to you was the way I loved to stare at your very fair, clean and fresh skin that you obviously took extra care of as if it's care was the only thing you did in your life. Yet, you ended up a graduate of Agriculture, a field I also could only be a part of;  and then you died a Major in the army. I heard of your bravery in service. What can I say? Your death was a big blow to me. All I keep remembering is your voice and everything you told me as we talked recently. I could feel your happiness and energy right through the phone. Now, only God will fulfill all the promises you made to me as you challenged me to get what am currently pursuing to the finish line. How sad death denied you of these great days ahead, days when you would have seen things and be much more radiant. Such a great lover of success you were and, you appreciated every iota of it with everyone you knew. Busy as you were as well, my parents always told me how you would put call credit on their cellphones whenever you had the chance. Your generosity was felt here and there. I still wonder how you managed to get through to everybody's heart so enormously. It seems to me like you knew the way through the world but, death says otherwise. Am only glad that you felt the flavor of life 'cause, as a soldier, as you knew what it meant to be alive for one day. Your death has taught me more lessons. I just pray that the very personal people to you will be able to go on without you in the picture 'cause you must have left them a huge gap. May the Lord place them all where they belong even as you are gone. I hope to meet you again o egbon, iku yin dun mi gan ni I wish you could see. I'll see you again by God's grace. may your beautiful soul rest in eternal peace until we meet again. Love always."

This tribute was added by olanisebe awele on 11th January 2016

"Sweetheart mi, oko mi, ore mi, se pe odigba ni yin ?ko ye ko ri baayi.I can't still believe it. It is long dream ve not woken up from. Pls wake me up honey! Don't let me wait forever. Sindara, seyifunmi,and morola are awaiting ur return. How will I start fogeting u? Is it our days in usmanu danfodio university or our long years of courtship or our movements round d country or our years of child bearing or d loving ways we settle querrls or our plans on growing or d way u accepted my family? So much my luv! It is going going to take my life time my better half! It is hard for me to say but rest in peace. Am still in love with u!"

This tribute was added by Olaide Olanisebe on 11th January 2016

"He was a true brother to the core. A cool headed officer."

This tribute was added by Onyekachi Eme on 9th January 2016

"I still don't believe I won't hear or see you again. My Akanbi, a true gentleman, when we met in 2012 in Abia state, you proved to be a rare gem, you were never influenced by your job... Never took advantage of it. I will forever love, admire and respect you my friend... May your soul find peace wherever you are."

This tribute was added by Joel Adesina on 8th January 2016

"When I remember how down to earth you were, I can not remember anytime when you look down on anyone that is socially lower to you when we were growing up. I had a flash back to the year when we were in SS2 and you took me and Dele Adebisi with few other friends to meet your dad in Ibadan, you impact my life greatly that day. I talk to people who doesn't even know you that I have a friend in the Nigerian army who will be visiting soon. O ma se o, kokoro o je ka gbadun obi to gbo, iku o je ka gbadun olamuyiwa akanbi Olanisebe. Sun re o titi a o fi pade nibi ti ajo ki tii tu."

This tribute was added by Jide Ajao on 8th January 2016

"What a powerful rendition from you Muti. God bless you."

This tribute was added by Mutiu Obilana on 8th January 2016

"Your death came suddenly and I became devastated,I have not get over it and I know that it will be years before I can get over it.                               We shared the same classes from JSS 1 to SSS 3, we were friends from my 1st day at Idi-Ito High School Erunmu,Ibadan till we finished in 1991. Our friend did not end there because u made sure you find me after leaving the secondary school (it was hard in those days to keep friends after school bcos there was no mobile phone,email and social media like today !)were we picked up where we left it at school. Been together as a friends and classmates lead us to involves in some activities which can take me years to write here. We formed Powerful "G5" then which comprised You,Kayode Ogundare,Lawrence Adebiyi,Taye Adewuyi and my humble self .              You were kind,fearless,generous and handsome (in fact you are the most handsome guy I have ever came across). The last time I saw you physically was in 2011 when you came to ibadan, you came to pick me at my area and you asked me if I can follow you to Erunmu to see your Mum,the offer I gladly accepted! Because I knew we will have time to hang on for at least some hours before you go back to your base. When it was about the time for us to depart,you didn't forget to put smile on my face by sharing out of your fortune with me. Since then,facebook and whatsapp have been the channels of our communications. I pray that God should take care of the wife and the children you leave behind and give the family fortitude to be the loss! MUYIWA, rest in peace until we part no more in Christ! #WeepingAsAmWriting.                          From Obilana Mutiu"

This tribute was added by Jide Ajao on 8th January 2016

"O digba o se Muyiwa."


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