|Let the memory of Prof. Ojiambo be with us forever. We truly miss him.|
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden death of Prof. Joseph Benard Ojiambo, who was the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic & Student Affairs at University of Kabianga.
Prof. Ojiambo passed away on Monday 28th September 2015, while undergoing treatment at Karen, Nairobi.
15th October 2015 : The body of the late Prof. J.B. Ojiambo arrived at University of Kabianga main campus this afternoon. Staff, students, community and the entire UoK fraternity suspended their activities to bid farewell to the fallen Professor in a requiem mass.
Most Recent activities by the late Prof. J.B. Ojiambo
Launching of Short Courses at the University of Kabianga (Link courtesy of Joseph Rugutt)
"May he rest in peace, fare thee well"
"You were gone toobsoon Prof. Without saying goodbye. I miss the many moments I had to come to interview on campus and students issues and always positive. We are still missing you but your legacy lives with us."
"It is with deep shock and incredibility that I have learnt of the sudden demise of my Cousin Dr. Professor Josepph Omuke Ojiambo.
In early seventies, Joseph helped strongly build the then Undugu Youth Centeres and the Undugu Beat'75, of which I was general Secretay in Kariobangi. We visited each other abroad both in France and Lafbourough, UK. He has helped me from this end assist project in Budalangi, Bunyala Location, Busia South.
Dr. Professor Joseph Oumke Ojiambo, a wonderful person, ever ready to help, advise accurately, sincerely with devotion to any person. Always had time for others. He had a fine belief in sharing. Both in euocumenic groups such as Upendo wa Mungu group (Nairobi) and Taizé Community (France).
I know whatever words I can express here are not enough to wind up in one word the person he was. I can only say : THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR EARTHLY CONTRIBUTION? DR. PROFESSOR JOSEPH OMUKE OJIAMBO;
May His Almighty God candidly receive you in His Kingdom and give you eternal rest. AMEN;
Dr; Arnold Juma Makhondo OUMA."
""Fare thee well Prof.Ojiambo.Your contribution will be remembered by many.""
"RIP prof Ojiambo"
"Rest In Peace, Prof.."
"Fare thee well Prof. J.B. You will be forever missd"
"It's unbelievable...we've lost a humble and hardworking servant. We'll miss your sweet stories packed with lots of wisdom and knowledge. Rest in peace Prof."
"Although you are not physically with us, your spirit, resilience to hard work, and humorous personality will forever remain in our memories. May the God of peace continue to comfort your family."
"Prof. Ojiambo’s persona and leadership style inspired all those who interacted with him. That spirit will live on forever. I knew him on a personal level because he played a critical role in establishing collaborative linkage between UoK and my university (Missouri State University, USA). Early this year, Prof. Ojiambo gave a speech during the launching of UoK’s short courses at Sinendet Plaza, Kericho (https://picasaweb.google.com/108971928038413308800/LaunchingOfShortCoursesAtTheUniversityOfKabianga?authuser=0&authkey=Gv1sRgCJ3n4P3voaDwAw&feat=directlink).
It is our prayer that God provides comfort, courage, and peace to Prof. Ojiambo’s family, relatives, and friends."
"find peace ineternity prof."
"death is a painful experience human beings can experience. ojiambo you were gone before we knew but only God knows why. no one knows what it means to lose u. may the almighty lord give the family solace and courage in this trying moment. rip prof."
"'Your dedicated University service was humbling'.
Rest in Peace."
"I am saddened by the news of Prof. Ojiambo passing. You were respectful, approachable, considerate, and easy to work with. You were committed to success of our students and programs. May your family be comforted during this time of grief. Rest in peace!"
"Fare thee well."
"May the Almighty give his family strength during this trying times and may his soul RIP"
"R.I P PROF. OJ"
"A hardworking, approachable, firm and a visionary leader. Rest in peace and in thoughts and prayers for your family."
"He was a great guy,lucky to have got so close to him,a real mentor to me,May God rest his soul in eternal peace. Somebody good left us,its hard and unbelievable to accept that he is gone to soon. He lft us a good legacy.to always believe in ourselves,follow procedures and learn to sacrifice for each other."
"It is with heavy heart that I write to say, fare thee well, prof. Ojiambo. I have always known you as jovial, understanding, considerate, pleasant and at the same time firm in your actions and decisions. You helped made UoK what it is today! May God rest your soul in peace. I will forever miss you!!"
"Your dedication in service inpired many. Through you we nurtured humility and grew in wisdom. We will forever miss you. Fare thee well Prof. Ojiambo"
"Everyday I ask 'Why him and why now" You passed by Kericho campus every evening to check on us, We bypassed each other on my way to work early in the morning, you used my office severally....its pains me to know that that will not happen again. I will miss your wise words full of encouragement...you taught me to ''STICK TO PROCEDURE"
Truly your legacy lives on. Rest in Peace Prof. Academics will never forget your contribution."
"Your efforts to University of Kabianga will remain forever, you made us proud in our History.
God love You.
Rest in Peace Prof.Ojiambo."
"We (Town campus) appreciate the wok you did in mentoring us to be who we are and the time God gave us to be with you. We will miss you Prof. Rest in Peace ."
"rest in peace our Deputy Vice Chancellor (A&SA)"
"Prof. RIP your legacy lives on. I celebrate your passion, dedication and Student Centered Service. We hope to meet at home some day..."
"Death is so Cruel, It Recongnizes NOT things done and things not done. We cannot and we shall never say you are dead, you are just away because your legacy lives on.
R.I.P Prof. J.B"
""Prof, fare thee well"."
"Death is a reality that no man has ever known to contend with. We as the UoK alumni are saddened by the passing on of our beloved Professor. Rest in Peace Prof"
"Your death has left us empty, you inspired the lives of many in kabianga, You were a mentor, motivator and a great leader with an urge to take kabianga to greater heights. Your face carried a show of friendliness and service. We miss you, we'll miss u, Rest In Peace Prof"
"the sorrow of the faithful is not that of
permanent loss but the tender sense of saying
goodbye now to someone we love.may today's
sorrow give way to peace and comfort of God's
love.extending my deepest sympathy for the loss, ..fare thee well Prof Ojiambo, ,a mentor to many"
"Death has been with us since the beginning of man. Despite its ubiquitous nature and character, no man ever born can fathom the passing on of a loved one, a relative or a friend. Prof. Ojiambo's death caused me so much pain. I lost a friend, a great friend that played an instrumental role in my campus and post-campus journey. We enjoyed warm personal connections. I am sad and hollow. Go in peace, Prof."
"I was saddened by the death of Prof. He was a mentor, daddy, intellectual and a friend. I still remember his HRM lectures in first year. Memories will linger forever and you will be dearly missed"
"Fare thee well prof, we never interacted much on this earth but your good actions leave a lasting legacy to the academic community in Kenya"
"RIP Prof!.....you were a mentor and a role model.....forever missed."
"Prof. J. B. Ojiambo, thanks for all and the wisdom shared. I now know that "there are those people who do a job and others who WORK". YOU WORKED TO THE END! May the Almighty God rest you humane soul in eternal peace."
"Death is so cruel, it knows no boundaries.
it has robbed us an icon.
May your family find sweet comfort in the Almighty God."
"To students, u were a dad, to staff , u were a colleague. To the society , u were a professor. To me, you were a role model.
Fare thee well daddy.
You will surely be missed Proff...."
"Its indeed unbelievable that your have left, I remember the time you told me you have to go to class because you cannot stay in barker without eating bread . This word makes me so close to you and i knew that my Dad was around .Rest in Peace DAD"
"May he rest in eternal peace"
"Fare thee well Prof. Ojiambo. Your calm composure, enthusiasm and diligence will be missed."
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