This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Bimogha Dambo, 59 years old, born on October 10, 1961, and passed away on June 1, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Ezekiel Mamudu on June 3, 2021
An amiable & perfect gentleman! May his soul find rest in the Lord & may his family be comforted.

Posted by Shade Onasanya on June 3, 2021
Bimogha, you came, you saw, you conquered. The shocking news of your passing has left a big hole in the heart of every member of the Ife Law 85 class. Still can't believe you are no longer in our midst. You were a very gentle and easy going individual, who nurtured and cherished relationships. You have shown us that life is to be enjoyed not endured, much so with loved ones- that you did to the fullest. You will surely be missed. May the Holy Spirit comfort all your loved ones that you left behind. Sleep well in the bossom of your maker.
Posted by Domo Krukrubo on June 3, 2021
I don't even know what to say. This is so shocking. May the Lord comfort your family. As gentle and peaceful as you are, so shall you find rest in our Lord's bossom. It is well. God truly knows best.
Posted by Gloria Okwuosa on June 3, 2021
Bro Dambo, it is well.
May the Lord comfort all you left behind.
Rest in the bosom of the Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Olawale Jafojo on June 3, 2021
Bimogha!!! as I cheerfully call you during our times in Allstates. A peaceful man. Diligent and would not want to hurt a fly talk less of a human being. Rest in the lord till we all meet again.
Posted by kola fashola on June 3, 2021
What a great loss. May the Lord comfort the family.
Posted by Oyinemi Gbeworo on June 3, 2021
This is a sad one. We always enjoyed our jokes especially the last time we met on a flight to PH.
May God grant your soul peaceful rest in His bosom and may your family be comforted. It is well bro
Posted by Eneni Haliim on June 3, 2021
This is very sad news. Bimogha was a gentle man to the core.
May his gentle soul Rest in Peace!!
And may God grant his loved ones strength to bear the loss.
Posted by Tunji Adeniyi on June 3, 2021
So sad.
Bimogha was peaceful, friendly and amiable.
May God rest his soul in peace eternal, and console his family and friends. Amen.
Posted by Kehinde Oduniyi on June 3, 2021
It came as a rude shock, when I heard of your passing yesterday. God knows all. Rest in peace my brother as I pray that the Lord comfort your family on all side.
Posted by Wale Adeyemo on June 2, 2021
....a very simple man, lovely soul, friendly brother, awesome, decent, reserved and fun-loving.....we lost a good one....may his soul rest in perfect peace and may the good Lord comfort the lovely family he left behind
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Posted by Ajibola Ajiboye on July 31, 2021
Bro Dambo,
It was really nice knowing you. So gentle, quiet, easy going but principled. Always ready to facilitate teaching at the House Fellowship even when called upon at very short notice. You shall be greatly missed. Adieu!
I pray that the Lord will console your family, friends and associates. Amen
Posted by Elfrida Iruene on July 29, 2021
Bimogha was amiable, peaceful and loyal to family and friends. As an in law, he was accommodating and supportive. He will surely be missed. We take solace in the fact that he was a child of God and we shall meet again on the Ressurection morning. Sleep on dear Brother-in- law and learned friend until we meet to part no more!
Posted by Adepegba Evelyn on July 29, 2021
You were a friend I will never forget so soon, when I joined Mercury club you were the first person that spoke to me and made sure I became a member.

You were a jolly good fellow always happy never a dull moment with you, we miss you but we know you are in a better place now. Farewell BARRISTER DAMBO BIMOGHA.
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Biography: Barrister Bimogha Dambo, BL, LLB

Bimogha Dambo was born in Enugu, Enugu State on October 10th 1961, to the family of late Mr William Tadaerigha Dambo and late Mrs Sybil Biodomoyei Dambo (nee Atikpo). They were both from Nembe - Bassambiri in the Nembe Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.

He obtained his primary education at Government Demonstration Primary School, Onitolo Road, Gbaja, Suru-Lere, Lagos (now Lagos State Polytechnic, LASPOTECH) from 1966 to 1973. After this, he attended Government Comprehensive Secondary School, Port Harcourt, Rivers State from 1974 to 1976. At Comprehensive School, he was very sociable and likeable. He was a member of the school choir, hockey team, debating society and drama club. Bimogha was also very studious and neat in appearance. He kept his bed tidy and generously shared his provisions with others, including junior students.

From 1977 to 1979, he attended Methodist Boys' High School, Broad Street (MBHS) Lagos, where he completed his secondary education. He was a member of the 1974/1979 set of the Old Boys' Association. He was described as having high integrity, a deep sense of responsibility, good behaviour and an easy going personality.

After successfully obtaining his West African School Certificate, he was admitted to Federal Government College, Lagos in 1980 for his A-levels. While at FGC Lagos, Bimogha gained admission to study law at the University of Ife from 1981 to 1985. His course mates at Unife described him as being kind hearted and possessing an unforgettable and keen sense of humour. On completing his law programme, he proceeded to the Law School in 1986. In 1987, he completed his National Youth Corp in Makurdi, Benue State.

Bimogha was a keen sports lover and especially enjoyed football.  He played street football as a child and was a fantastic dribbler. In his youth, Bimogha was a great supporter of the Stationary Stores Football club Lagos (Super Stores) and was a faithful fan of the Arsenal football Club in the English Premier League. He also followed the matches of the Golden Eagles.

Along with his parents and siblings, Bimogha was an active member of Ikoyi Baptist Church Ikoyi, Lagos when the family lived in Lagos. He was a committed member of both the youth fellowship and the church choir. When they moved to Port Harcourt, they attended Faith Baptist church.

Bimogha began his career at the law firm of Barr. A.D Eremie's Chambers in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. Afterwards, he moved to All States Trust Bank in Lagos and served in different roles at different times in the Legal and Risk Management departments of the bank and its subsidiaries. At All States, his colleagues described him as an amiable friend and a quintessential gentleman who was peaceful, God fearing, supportive, encouraging, hard working, and patient. After leaving All States Trust Bank, he was a partner at Badejo, Dambo & Co., a law firm and later founded Bimogha Dambo & Co.

In Lagos, he attended New Estate Baptist Church in Lagos. There, he met and married Hetty Tamunoiipiribo Dambo (nee Iruene) his beloved wife in September 1995. They were blessed with two wonderful daughters, Ebiekiemiete Oraibiboima Dambo and Sogiomote Tamunoopubo Dambo.

At New Estate, Bimogha was an active member of the youth fellowship, was a home fellowship leader and co-ordinator, and also led discipleship groups. His family transferred their membership to New Dawn Baptist Church in December 2009, where he was the church secretary and later, legal adviser until his demise. He was also a member of the counselling ministry and active in the Men's Missionary Union of the church.

Bimogha is survived by his wife Hetty, children Ebie and Sogio. He is also survived by his siblings Mrs. Ibiye Oduko, Dr. Diepreye Dambo, Mr. Suoton Dambo, Mrs. Mieye Izu, Mr. Iniebiyo Dambo and Ms. Fiepre Dambo.

He will be forever and greatly missed.

May His Gentle Soul Rest In Peace.

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Shared by Gideon Bagudu on June 4, 2021
You were such a nice man, a quiet and principled person when were worshipped and served God together at the New Estate Baptist Church, Surulere, Lagos. I pray for fortitude for your family at such a time. Rest on at the bossom of the Lord, brother, till we meet again and never to part. Bye