Posted by Deji Oyetunji on February 25, 2021

I am still in shock! I still don't know what to say!!

Find peace and rest well my friend!

- Deji Oyetunji
Posted by Jibola Akinlose on February 23, 2021
I've been putting this off for a while now but today I think I have enough courage to say goodbye a most wonderful human being, generosity of epic proportions. Words cannot even begin to express how sad it is to see you leave us behind. I will never forget all the good times we had together and friends and family; all the times you rescued me from some childish activities back in the day! All in all, you will be greatly missed. I pray God in his infinite mercy; guide and protect your wife and kids. Know the kind of gentleman you were, I know they will never lack. May the Grace of God see them through this trying period!

Rest on Big Brother till we meet in that place up in the sky..... ❤
Posted by Kehinde Koleosho-Adedipe on February 23, 2021
Brother Aderenle had a big personality and a heart of gold. It was saddening to hear... My condolences to his wife, children, siblings, and loved ones. May God comfort and strengthen you all during this time of grief in Jesus' name, amen!!!
Posted by ekundayo musa on February 21, 2021

Denrele I am still shocked by the news of your demise. I didn’t see it coming and I can’t stop asking the question why?

You were more than a brother in law to me.

From the very first day I met you, what struck me was your humility and genuineness. You were always positive about life and ever willing to support and advice. Your smile could brighten anyone’s day.

The thought of your demise makes me cry and causes pain in my heart but I find solace in knowing that you are with the almighty God.

Denrele you will always be remembered and forever loved by the Musa’s.

Rest peacefully in the bosom of our Lord.
Posted by Lawal Adetoun on February 20, 2021
How do i say goodbye to such a kind and wonderful person? A friend that turns out to be family and does more for you than your actual blood relatives! Dere ...i remember how apprehensive you were when you saw 40 approaching and you were like Toun... a fool @ 40 issa what... and i will laugh and say stop it ... you will be just fine! And your love for sis Tayo ,so apparent as you always go on and on how she stole your heart in Uni ... and your kids ... oh Lord ,why Denrele... you leave all these nasty a** peeps and take the good ones! Denrele i remember the last time we sat down and talked ... the way you talked about your relationship with God was so uplifting and im grateful knowing that you are definitely in a better place.
My benefactor, the one i always pray should be successful in his doings because you always share and bendover backwards for who you love! Rest easy my Brother.
Posted by Jennifer Omokri on February 18, 2021
Uncle Derenle, I can't believe I've referred to you in past tense over the last few days.

Thank you for teaching me that one could still put up a smile even on gloomy days.

Thank you for living such an impactful life.

We will forever have memories of your walk on the earth's surface...your footprints cannot be erased by wind, neither water.

Adieu uncle, till we meet on resurrection morning
Posted by Tolu Elebute on February 18, 2021
Aderenle, the news of your demise came to me as a shock. Even I am still in shock. My dear loving cousin you left this world too soon, why? God is unquestionable, but I take solace in Him. Your memory will forever be in my heart. Rest in peace with your maker dear Aderenle
Posted by Nikki Olasanmi on February 17, 2021
I am still in shock since I received the news of your demise, Mr Derele, you are fun to be with and your memories will live on forever. Still in a rude shock but it’s well. Lots of hugs to your immediate family . I am a family friend to your sis in law (Mrs Sandra). May God rest your soul, Amen.
Posted by Ayorinde Fayehun on February 17, 2021
Adenrele, you've left a void too wide and too deep to fill. We're going to miss you forever. You're my closest cousin and you were very good to me - using every means available you to address my issues. You're always ready to smile, laugh and bring people into your fold. Adenrele was a good man.
Humanity has indeed lost a rare gem!
I pray that God will grant us all the fortitude to bear this loss.
Posted by Lola Fayehun-idowu on February 17, 2021
Missing you.
I still cannot believe you are gone. My always Jovial, ever laughing cousin.
You've a blessing to many ,may God position multiple people to be a blessing to your family in various ways.
Posted by Adebusola Adeagbo on February 16, 2021
The pains keeps coming! You were light and you ignited a lot of peoples world, thanks for all the knowledge you impacted in me, You will be forever be remembered. The dreamer has taken flight, Rest on my great Boss.
Posted by Id Nwosisi on February 16, 2021
May God's perpetual light continue to shine upon you Derele. You were such a fun loving person with a large heart. I pray for strength and comfort for your wife, children, siblings and all your loved ones.
Rest on Derele. 
Posted by Sandra Edosa on February 16, 2021
Derele my heart aches so much. You left too soon. You were very kind, you opened your home to me and my family. You took my mum as yours. When I wanted to get married, you and your lovely wife opened your home to my guest, strangers you never knew. But you still accommodated them. Thank you for being you. Thank you for touching lives. We would surely miss you. Rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Till we meet to part no more. I pray that the Lord comforts your wife, children and siblings and everyone your absence hurts.
Posted by Adetayo Isikalu on February 16, 2021
Arimoro! As I fondly call you. I made up my my mind to mourn you minimally but rather celebrate you my brother, friend and mentor. At Igbobi College where we started our friendship in our innocence it was indeed friendship. You were my goalkeeper and I always want to be on your side when we play five-a-side, knowing fully well that the ball is safe in your hands. When I beckoned on you to pass the touch of the leadership of our dear ICOBA 89 set, your response was ‘who am I to say no’ you led the Association forthrightly. When I had my close call with Covid-19, you stood by me, introduced me to your Dr brother in UK who supported me just at the mention of your name.
Arimoro I can not mourn you it’s hard for me, but i find it so easy to celebrate you. The good ones indeed don’t hang about for so long! I take solace in the fact that you’ve played your role as ordained by God Almighty, who in His infinite mercy has called you to His side. Keep the goalpost Arimoro!
Posted by Talabi olayide on February 16, 2021
I am at a loss of word at this sorrowful time. Denrele u have lived a short but blessed life eventhough I'm finding it difficult to say goodbye but I hold on to the memories of u. May God uphold the entire Arimoro family. Adieu Adenrele Arimoro
Posted by Olusola Ayodele on February 16, 2021
Dirge to a departed soul...

Had the opportunity to meet you on just a few occasions during your lifetime. Your warm and lively personality was noticeable on those few occasions. May God rest your soul and comfort your family you left behind.
Posted by Kingsley Udeh on February 16, 2021
Your demise came too early Prince Aderenle, but we can only take solace in the fact that we are nothing but pencils in the hand of God. The stories you wrote as a pencil before your glorious exit were beautiful and remarkable. You will be fondly remembered. Rest perfectly in the kingdom of God your maker.
Posted by Omotee Omotee on February 16, 2021
To my Family - Arimoro

I was shocked to hear of the death of my Cousin - Prince Aderenle. I can't even imagine how the family is feeling, but we are in shock. It provides a timely reminder that regardless of age we never know if we will wake to see tomorrow.

I remember you nephew when we were growing up. You often came to visit during the summer for a week or two. What a memory of good old days in Ibadan .

I'm so thankful that you got to spend that quality time with us and have those memories to cherish now.

Rest on brother. Till we meet to part no more.

Funbi Sola-Ayodele(Nee-Fadipe)Omotee
Posted by Tola Gbose on February 16, 2021
What can I say concerning the Prince. He was a complete gentleman who went about doing good. I hardly ever saw him raise his voice in anger. Always calm and collected. We will indeed miss you my Brother. I pray that the Lord will lay your soul to rest in his bossom and take care of the family he left behind. Adieu my friend. ICOBA 89 SET WILL REALLY MISS YOU.
Posted by Wunmi Fajorin on February 16, 2021
Uncle Denrele, where i heard your sudden death.I could not believe it.You were such an amazing father, uncle and great man..Anyone that came in contact with you .Never regretted meeting you.I thank you for whom you are.So wonderful and God fearing.May your soul rest in the blossom of the Almighty. May The Almighty console your wife, children and the entire Family of Arimoro.I will forever miss your passing.Adieu Uncle Denrele. 
Posted by SmiLee SmiLee on February 16, 2021
Sad to loss someone great and caring but I believe you are in a better place.
Rest in peace
Posted by ADESANYA OMONIYI on February 16, 2021
Prince Adenrele,

The news of your demise came to me as a rude shock that Thursday and till now I am yet to come to the reality that you have gone to be with the lord and also in a better place.
Your generosity and openness is next to non. Your tenacity and approach to life is quite exemplary. You were always their for everyone irrespective of religion,social class or ethnicity. You will rather sacrifice to make people happy at your own expense. You were like a vine planted by the river side that flourishes and bring succour to all and sundry. You were a true leader and that was displayed during your tenure as our set ICOBA '89 set chairman of which I was the vice chairman( Abuja Chapter and your tenure was a peaceful one because you operated an open door policy and was fair to all members and you carried we your executives along.
Your legacy lives on and will forever be remembered.
Denrele, the mighty one has fallen and this is a warning to those of us you left behind. You will forever be remembered and I pray that the family which you left behind will find solace in Almighty God the giver of life. We your colleagues will also take solace in the fact that you are in a better place because your death remain a big gain to the heavenly angels because you will surely be an addition to other angels in heaven.
My brother, we shall all meet at the feet of our master on the resurrection night.
May your soul rest in perfect peace Omoba Adenrele Arimoro!!!
Posted by Greatness Adisa on February 16, 2021
Posted by Temitope Oriola on February 16, 2021
Dear Mr Arimoro,

I am yet to get over this. You had the biggest heart. You held me down in Diamond Bank, gave me enough contacts to keep me going. I knew most of my clients through you. You gave the best advices. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You are fondly remembered .
Posted by Otunba Dapo Fayehun on February 16, 2021
With a heavy heart I say good night to you my wonderful brother. The lord will spring up reason for smiles and happiness in your household. Your children will be greater than you and live longer than you. We love you ….. Otunba Dapo Fayehun
Posted by Pelumi Osibemekun on February 16, 2021
Missing you so much, Denrele.

God’s plan is the best, but it is hurting a lot right now
Posted by Addey Banjo on February 16, 2021
Still a shock to hear about your demise. The Lord will comfort and console the family and friends you left behind. The Lord will grant you eternal rest. Rest in peace Denrele
Posted by Jennifer Fadaka on February 16, 2021
I am short of words. I find it hard to believe this. Mr. D fondly called by me. You were a real source of joy and laughter. You were very kind and always resourceful and there to help. You have left a big hole in our hearts and you will be greatly missed. My heart breaks to think of your passing. I know you are with God. Take care and farewell! It is well and until we meet again. Rest in Peace...
Posted by Adaora Ude on February 16, 2021
So very saddened by the news of your passing, Derenle. We haven’t seen or spoken in a while but you kind and friendly nature, I can never forget even after so long!

This is really disheartening news for your family and friends. My prayer is that the Almighty God will grant your wife, children and siblings the courage they need to move on. Rest In Peace,Dere!
Posted by Jola Oduntan on February 16, 2021
We are all deeply saddened by the tragic and unexpected loss of our wonderful friend and brother, Bro Dere. Brother Derele was a kind, humble, selfless and young man who was always full of life, laughter and fun. He truly brought joy to all of those who were lucky enough to meet with him and was a very dear friend to many. We will miss you terribly Prince Adenrele Arimoro. Our love and prayers are with his beautiful wife, children, brothers, sister and the entire family at this very sad time. RIP
Posted by Sandra Arimoro on February 16, 2021
It still feels like a bad nightmare to wake up from but who am I to question God almighty who gives and takes. We are deeply hurt and sad but take solace in God for the very impactful life you lived...Prince Aderenle Christopher Arimoro,you actually left a gold dust behind everywhere with your kindness, helping hand and fun vibe. Knowing you for over 20 years of my life with phases as a friend,buddy,brother in love and uncle to my children was a beautiful experience with amazing memories that can never be forgotten. Yes, it has pleased the Lord almighty to call you back home but there's so much beauty that remains from a life well lived, knowing you're in heaven resting. That's what we are holding unto now until we meet at the bossom of of our lord jesus christ.
Posted by Ayodeji Osunleti on February 15, 2021
Words fail me.
But you will always be remembered. Always.
Rest peacefully.

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