- 66 years old
- Date of birth: Aug 4, 1947
- Place of birth:
Iponri, Lagos, Nigeria
- Date of passing: Oct 19, 2013
- Place of passing:
Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti, Nigeria
|Let the memory of Prince Bandele Omirin be with us forever|
In the memory of our loving husband, father and Grandfather Prince Bandele Adegboyega Omirin, 66, born on August 4, 1947 went to be with the Lord on October 19, 2013.
OMIRIN, BANDELE ADEGBOYEGA was a transparent, dedicated and a prudent leader that span over 38 years. Papa was an embodiment of knowledge.
He obtained BSc (Hons) in Criminal Justice with Specialization in Police Science from New York Institute of Technology, Weathly road, Westbury, New York 10023 (1976) and Professional Masters Studies in Criminal Justice from Long Island University, Greenvale (1977) New York 11558, USA.
He worked as a detective cum security administrator in the Institute of Economic Research and John Shield Detective Incorporation in New York, United States before joining Nigeria Police Force as a Cadet ASP in 1979.
After serving the Nigerian Police Force diligently he left and co-founded Pen Protective Security Services Limited where he worked as the Managing Partner for about two decades.
Although he was retired but was still very active as he served in supervisory capacity in many organizations both in Nigeria and United States.
He attained great heights in various positions while in the Nigeria Police Force where he retired as an Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP).
He also participated actively in the social and infrastructural development of his Home Town Aisegba Ekiti and Ekiti State at large.
He was a serving member of the Ekiti state customary court before he passed on.
He is survived by wives, children and grand-children. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Till we meet to part no more daddy. We all love you daddy.
We will remember you forever.
"Bandele Adegboyega Omirin
You may be gone but always in our hearts...
The memory of the just is blessed: but the name of the wicked shall rot.... Proverb 10:7...
When the whirlwind passeth, the wicked is no more; But the righteous is an everlasting foundation...
As we remember your departure today & always;
May HE grant us(the entire) family fortitude,
May HE grant a repose of your soul,
And may this dream be a reality at the beckoning of our maker....
As I woke-up today and could only rapt in awe that you were mitigating against transition on 19/10/2013..
I caught a deeper breath that our life is transient,
All is ephemeral and behold it is vanity:
What a good and sound man...
You not only came but conquered
Like a Behemoth, you were a colossus of Apalufins..
As I cry now and so would it be always...,
Until we meet to Part no more,
Adieu OYE, ASABI, OMO AWADA WIDI SILE...
Omu tabare sowo Osin, Silimu teyere jeun Epo...
As I weep here, I have consolations in Life after Life...
Sleep on my father-in-law, friend and philosopher of repute..
In my reminiscence and deeper reflections....
Engr. Ayo Ogunsakin- MNSE, M.ASCE, MNICE, MSM & KOP"
"I was shocked to d bone marrow when I heard of your sudden demise...my only consolation is that I had d opportunity of meeting you once, at granny's burial in Nov 2011, I will never forget those heavy questions u threw at me,they were signs that u had great passion for your children and all that concerned them...continue to Rest in the Bossom of the Lord, We Love you, but God loves u more."
"A special dad is hard to find,
You dad I'm keeping in mind,
I wished you could have stayed forever,
But i will never forget you oh not ever.
Distance is one thing that keeps us apart,
But dad you will always remain in my heart.
A special face, a special someone i can't replace,
I love you and i always will,
You filled a space that no one will ever replace.
Really miss u dad"
"It still feels like a dream Daddy, can't believe you are gone.I'll miss our fun conversations and your words of advice. Rest in the bosom of the Almighty ."
"RIP dad, it was so painful i didnt get to meet u in person, but ur kind words over the phone, i remba u telling me you are a FARMER and we laughed over it, i'll miss u. Till we meet again."
"May I see anybody in my life again that can act and advice me asthe way you, may i see anybody like you to call my name as you do called me Ayee soundly, but what i know is that my God will be with you. Adieu Baba"
"Miss you daddy.your light will shine forever"
"Words could not express how much you will be missed.l remember those days days when l was in the uni with yetinde and folusho you took me as one of your daughters .l had a flash back when folusho told me you had gone and if l could turn back the time l will always go back to that day you took me as one of your ,during holidays ,strike you will always fine us and make sure we were all safe."
"Crying, Big daddy, can't still bliv dat u r gone,I remember our lat discusion dat Oyinbo makesure u obtain d navy form dat am gonna makesure u enta, evn insisting dat I shul go 2 ma dad's village 2 get d local govt attestation, dnt no dat's wot gonna b our last discussion. Prince bandele Adegboyega Omirin, thou u r no more, bt ur memories lives on in ma life. Daddy I miss u somuch. Sun re"
"Love you daddy. Would miss you dearly. I wish i spoke to you the very day death took you away from us unexpectedly. I know you have to rest in the bosom of the Almighty God. Sun re Daddy, Asabi, Prince Bandele Adegboyega Omirin."
"No words can express how much I miss you, how i wish you were a phone call away. i love you dad."
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