ForeverMissed
Our beloved Father, GrandFather, Doctor and Friend, Dr Donatus  Adaighofua Okurumeh has Transitioned to Greater Glory..
May the Beautiful Memories of his Life on Earth Be with us always for We will Remember him Forever and Continue to make him proud..
Posted by IRORO YARHERE on March 14, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER -IN- LAW, DR. DONATUS A. OKURUMEH
This is one of the most difficult times in my life since I met and knew my father-in-law. I write this tribute to show my gratitude and respect for grandpa who made life a lot more comfortable for me and my family and for paving a way for his children to be self-sufficient and entrepreneurial.
I remember our first encounter 11 years ago, when I went to Ado Ekiti to see my wife’s parents as an intending in-law, grandpa was so kind and warm and welcoming of a stranger. The feeling grew stronger when he realised I was the son of an old friend (Barrister Joshua Yarhere) he met in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and nephew to his classmate (Late Dr. Odjoh). That was one of the most memorable occasions that will forever bring comfort in difficult times.
My children always loved to visit Grandpa Okurumeh (Grandpa Agbarho) because they would play at his feet or nag at him, and draw smiles from his face. They lacked nothing whenever they visited grandpa with lots of drinks, biscuits and sweets (choco milo) available for them. They loved to play with his big bouncing balloons, riding their bicycles in the compound and generally having a good feel of being with a gentle giant. I can say without any second thought that time spent with him have been a treasured time in my life, my wife’s life, and our children’s lives. We were so fortunate to have him with us for all those years.
My father-in-law has touched each of our lives in ways that cannot be expressed with words. Iris will forever know that she was the first to take a trip with grandpa out of the country when she was only 5 weeks old. Oghenefejiro and Kesiena will know that grandpa was a quiet and peaceful man who rarely, if ever, raised his voice at them even when they were being naughty. They will forever remember all the days he spent in their home, sitting at the front porch and watching them ride their bicycles. They are fortunate and blessed to have grown up with a super star model grandfather. They will remember humility, honor and grace in a man who exemplified all of these. They will also remember all the long rides to Agbarho, Ado Ekiti and Port Harcourt together, with gospel music playing in the background and mountainous vistas riding behind.
Grandpa built an empire with his wife, who always stood by him through thick and thin. St. Gregory’s Hospital, Ado Ekiti is known far and wide for her hospitality, care and professionalism in treating the elderly and the newborn. I remember one of my training days in Tel Aviv, Israel, I met a young man in a Nigerian restaurant only to find out he was born in St. Gregory’s hospital, Ado Ekiti and had his medical treatments there before leaving Nigeria. “Okurumeh” in Ado Ekiti is as popular as any good medical facility in Ado Ekiti and Nigeria as she strives for perfection daily. This legacy transcends space and time and we; the children have pledged to keep it glowing.
I still remember so clearly the pride on his face when my wife and I got married, when we both passed our examinations to become Fellows of the Medical colleges, when we took our newborn twins to visit them and when we moved into our new home. What we will miss most is the reality of not having him celebrate the many more birthday anniversaries, marriages, and graduations from educational and professional heights, that we and our children will achieve.
As now, he is gone, yet he is not. He lives eternally within all of us. We will always remember him for his loving nature, strong personality and the values he passed on to us. Praying to Almighty for his soul to Rest in Peace. Amen.
Iroro Enameguolo Yarhere
Son-in-law
Posted by Muyiwa Falaiye on March 11, 2021
I met Dr. Okurumeh in 1990. He was a brother to my late friend, Kingsley Okurumeh. Never will I forget his friendly mien and accommodating spirit. A wonderful doctor he was. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Freda Obileye on March 7, 2021
The news of your passing left a huge hole in my heart, you were a father in law like no other to my sister, The few times I met you, you went all out to help me when I was in a state of confusion concerning my son, Thank you for the legacy and love you showed to my Sister and your grandkids, thank you for the good times and the memories, you will be greatly missed, Your passing left a hole in my heart..My God be with Mummy and the rest of the family.
Rest well Daddy, I know your in a better place.
Posted by ST. Gregorys Hospital Ado... on March 1, 2021
I cried endlessly when you died but i promise, I won't let the tears mar the smiles that you've given me when you were alive.missing you always daddy.
Eshofoniye Juliet Lawal.
NHIS Nurse
St. Gregory's Hospital, Ado Ekiti
Posted by ST. Gregorys Hospital Ado... on March 1, 2021
You were one of a kind and a rare gem, your exit is painful but a fulfilling and glorious one. you will forever be missed and always remain in our hearts. Goodnight sir.
Arowolo Yemi
Patient Manager
St Gregorys Hospital, Basiri, Ado Ekiti.
Posted by ST. Gregorys Hospital Ado... on March 1, 2021
Our Dear Daddy, We grieve your passing away solemnly, life has again shown us its hurtful side by taking you away from us. You showed us hospitality and humanity during your stay on earth and made us the best. Now, u have passed unto glory and your legacies remain forever. You are forever in my thought and prayers, someone as special as you can never be forgotten. May your soul rest in the bossom of God where Angels sing their sweet refrains and everything shines bright. Rest in Heavens Glory
Virginia Akomolafe
SENIOR MATRON
ST. Gregorys Hospital, Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State.
Posted by The Phoenix CBT Center on February 28, 2021
To our Dear Founder,
Dr. DONATUS ADAIGHOFUA OKURUMEH, We were all deeply saddened to hear about his death. We knew him only a short while, but his impact in our organization has been greatly felt. Indeed he was a man of vision, intellect and abiding commitment to humanity.
A good name indeed is better than riches and fine wine, May your good qualities, Godly wisdom, Moral Courage and personal Integrity Continue to Out live you Sir.
Despite the pain that Lingers in the core of our being, We Pray for God to Grant you Peace and Eternal Rest.
Until the Resurrection Morning Sir Where we shall Meet to Never Part.
From:
ALL STAFF OF THE PHOENIX CBT AND INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTER, ADO EKITI BRANCH, EKITI STATE.
Posted by Justin Phoenix Okurumeh on February 28, 2021
I wish Grandpa did not die, grandpa was a really Good man, grandpa was real, he was a great grandpa to me, I love grandpa.
Posted by Jesse Phoenix Okurumeh on February 28, 2021
When my mummy told me we had news about grandpa Basiri, I had hoped he did not die. I wished he was not ill, I wish he was still alive, he is one of the best people i know, he was kind to me, I hope grandpa will never leave me, my Grandpa, I was sad when I heard you died, I love you Grandpa Basiri.
Posted by onome okurumeh on February 28, 2021
MY FATHER MY FRIEND

How do i write a tribute about my father who is very much alive in me?
What do i say of a man who was everything to me? Where do I start to Describe his presence in all of my life and at every Milestone? They say the quality of a father, can not be seen in the goals, dreams and aspirations he sets on himself alone but for his Family and community, this is the truth about My Father, Dr Donatus Adaighofua Okurumeh. He was my leader, my teacher, my confidant, my friend, He was a hero, he was my hero, I say that boldly because everytime I encountered a problem in life he always Stood Infront of me and carried all my weight on his shoulders. He raised me to be Independent, Fearless and Confident, he thought me to believe in myself , he was my pillar of support, strength and Discipline.
Daddy was a selfless man, his good works go ahead of him till this day. He was a man of Peace and Mighty Valour
My Father was the perfect role model I needed growing up, I was his biggest Fan, I never questioned his love for me even when he was strict with me , I always knew he was preparing me for Life and all its Struggles. He thought me to work hard and earn an honest living.
My Father lives in me, I feel his presence with me each day and now I live my life For the Both of us.
I will continue to emulate your straight forward lifestyle without Compromise, Until we meet to part no more.
Rest in Perfect peace My Ever Gentle Father and Friend.
Your Son
(TopiTopi)
Posted by kesiena yarhere on February 28, 2021
When Great Trees Fall
By Maya Angelou More Maya Angelou
When great trees fall,
rocks on distant hills shudder,
lions hunker down
in tall grasses,
and even elephants
lumber after safety.

When great trees fall
in forests,
small things recoil into silence,
their senses
eroded beyond fear.

When great souls die,
the air around us becomes
light, rare, sterile.
We breathe, briefly.
Our eyes, briefly,
see with
a hurtful clarity.
Our memory, suddenly sharpened,
examines,
gnaws on kind words
unsaid,
promised walks
never taken.

Great souls die and
our reality, bound to
them, takes leave of us.
Our souls,
dependent upon their
nurture,
now shrink, wizened.
Our minds, formed
and informed by their
radiance,
fall away.
We are not so much maddened
as reduced to the unutterable ignorance
of dark, cold
caves.

And when great souls die,
after a period peace blooms,
slowly and always
irregularly. Spaces fill
with a kind of
soothing electric vibration.
Our senses, restored, never
to be the same, whisper to us.
They existed. They existed.
We can be. Be and be
better. For they existed.
Posted by Winifred Phoenix Okurumeh on February 27, 2021
                      MY FATHER-IN-LOVE

I call him FATHER-IN-LOVE because that is what he was to me. Not just an in-law but one who was and is still so loved. His extension of Love, Care and Affection towards me was a Pivotal part of my Marital Bliss to his Son. If I had a second chance at life, I would choose him as a Father-in-law to love and honor for a lifetime.

Daddy was a man of few words, for me his actions always spoke louder than his words, he touched so many lives positively, mine too. I have been favored many times by strangers simply because I was related to daddy who at one time or another made a positive impact in their lives and they never could forget him.

I was privileged to sit and talk with daddy many times about life, whenever we were done chatting, I always had a new definition of the biblical saying ’ vanity upon vanity, all is Vanity, I left those small conversations with the benefits of leading and living a simple and Christ centered life.

Father-in-laws are not usually talked about much, but that is not the case for me and my wonderful Father-in-LOVE, he had an amazing Aura, he was a model of peace in our home, I could talk about him all day, His Death has snatched words away from my heart and Mouth in the most painful way.

Daddy accepted me wholeheartedly from the very first day I walked into his home with a big smile, a smile as big as his good heart, a smile no one would ever be able to replace. His death has left a deep Lacuna in my thought process, but his positive energy still radiates even in death, so much that it has brought his loved ones closer and more in sync.

I will cry many tears for my Father- In – LOVE and I will love him forever, I will speak of him with pride and preserve his memories, I will protect and Cherish everyone and everything of value to him in his Life time to the best of my Ability, So help me God.

My hope and Consolation is that Daddy Donatus Adaighofua Okurumeh now walks on Streets Made of Gold and Sleeps on A bed of Roses.

I LOVE YOU DADDY!
Barr (Mrs) Winifred Phoenix Okurumeh.
Your Daughter-In-LOVE.
Posted by Eloho Ologan on February 27, 2021
He was the first doctor I met when I was about to birth my first born and I knew I was in safe hands. He was a man with a mission, a vision and he accomplished them all. He set a standard for hospitals in Ado Ekiti and beyond his legacy will indeed live on. As you have been called home by your creator my prayer is that you find enteral rest. Rest In Peace Sir.
Posted by Winifred Phoenix Okurumeh on February 26, 2021
TRIBUTE TO LATE DR. DONATUS ADAIGHOFUA OKURUMEH.
YOU LEFT ADMIRABLE FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TIME.
In the seventh stanza of the poem A Psalm of Life by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, it is
written:
”Lives of great men all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us
Footprints on the sands of time”.
Here, I humbly bow to write a tribute to a man who won my heart the very moment I encountered him.
He was the very first voice that spoke to my tender heart when I was much younger in the medical
profession. He said, “Dr. Pius...why not put up a private medical practice“. What he saw then, I did not
see but he had a long range vision which was later vindicated by the Almighty God. His voice was very
calm but it descended into the dividing asunder of my spirit and soul, and my joints and marrows. He
was as an Angel of God sent to kindle a vision.
I was just about 2 months into the civil service but a visionary came my way. Oga, as we fondly called
him, motivated me with few words that served as golden nuggets that descended from the throne of his
humble heart. God's grace found me and I took a step into a full-time private medical practice that
transformed my life. Great men like Dr. Okurumeh may not be on a platform to preach but they carry
great unction to function in their areas of calling.
I have always watched him and I have always seen in him a great Mentor, a role model, a motivator, a
pathfinder and a trailblazer. He inspired many doctors who came across his path owing to his great love
for decent medical practice. Sincerely, he left admirable footprints on the sands of time.
Again, I saw in him a Superstar who transcended the entire world of medical practice vis-à-vis Obstetrics
and Gynaecology, General Surgery, Orthopaedics, Paediatrics, Ultrasound sonography etc. Behold, he
was endowed with much wisdom and strength from his Creator. Indeed, Dr. Okurumeh was a great gift
to humanity. He will be greatly missed by those of us who love him and the entire medical community,
particularly Ekiti state, where he invested his huge medical might.
My heartfelt condolences go to his immediate family, his innumerable friends and colleagues. We are all
pained but the good Lord will grant us the grace and the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.
Adieu Great Man of Valour!
May your gallant Soul rest in peace.
Dr. Pius Izundu Okpoko,
Supreme Faith Hospital,
Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State
Posted by Winifred Phoenix Okurumeh on February 26, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO LATE DR. DONATUS ADAIGHOFUA OKURUMEH BY THE EKITI STATE BRANCH OF THE ASSOCIATION OF GENERAL AND PRIVATE MEDICAL PRACTITIONERS OF NIGERIA (AGPMPN).
It is said that one's life achievement is not measured by the length of days he resides here on earth but by the positive and lasting influence that he has on others. Again, manoeuvering life's daunting challenges to align with one's mission, vision, and values, and having a deep desire to be a generational blessing in the cause of one’s pursuit to attain a lofty zenith in his profession is a gift from the Almighty.
Our very own Dr. Donatus Adaighofua Okurumeh met and exceeded these qualities. He was a complete gentleman but superhuman with extraordinary abilities in his chosen career. With an eagle-eye, he saw, defined and redefined private medical practice in the former Ondo state( (now Ekiti state) when there was but a very few who dared the hazy nature of the practice then. Dr. Donatus Okurumeh with the heart of a Lion courageously nurtured a full time private medical practice from the cradle and brought in modern medical innovations to lend an enviable support to the healthcare system in the present Ekiti state. Meanwhile, with his deep dedication to duty and singular commitment to salvaging the menace of diseases and afflictions, he placed in the very hearts of his patients and colleagues the love to work for God through the dimension of healthcare system.
This Superstar was everything that defines a successful medical practitioner. He was a trailblazer, a teacher of teachers, a Mentor, a Role model, a motivator and a great achiever. We have truly lost a rare gem.
On behalf of the entire members of the Association of General and Private Medical Practitioners of Nigeria (AGPMPN), Ekiti state branch, I commiserate with the family of our dear colleague in this moment of bereavement. We are deeply pained but the grace of God will comfort us all.
May the gallant soul of our dear colleague rest in peace.
Dr. Yekeen, T. G.
The Chairman,
AGPMPN, EKITI STATE.
Posted by Winifred Phoenix Okurumeh on February 24, 2021
On the resurrection morning,
Soul and body meet again,
No more sorrow, no more weeping,
No more pain.

Here awhile they must be parted,
And the flesh its Sabbath keep,
Waiting in a holy stillness,
Wrapped in sleep.

Soul and body reunited
Thenceforth nothing shall divide,
Waking up in Christ’s own likeness
Satisfied.

O the beauty, O the gladness
Of that resurrection day,
Which shall not through endless ages
Pass away!

On that happy Easter morning
All the graves their dead restore,
Father, mother, sister, brother,
Meet once more.

May your gentle Soul Continue to Enjoy the Right Hand of Your Creator Daddy..

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Posted by IRORO YARHERE on March 14, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER -IN- LAW, DR. DONATUS A. OKURUMEH
This is one of the most difficult times in my life since I met and knew my father-in-law. I write this tribute to show my gratitude and respect for grandpa who made life a lot more comfortable for me and my family and for paving a way for his children to be self-sufficient and entrepreneurial.
I remember our first encounter 11 years ago, when I went to Ado Ekiti to see my wife’s parents as an intending in-law, grandpa was so kind and warm and welcoming of a stranger. The feeling grew stronger when he realised I was the son of an old friend (Barrister Joshua Yarhere) he met in Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, and nephew to his classmate (Late Dr. Odjoh). That was one of the most memorable occasions that will forever bring comfort in difficult times.
My children always loved to visit Grandpa Okurumeh (Grandpa Agbarho) because they would play at his feet or nag at him, and draw smiles from his face. They lacked nothing whenever they visited grandpa with lots of drinks, biscuits and sweets (choco milo) available for them. They loved to play with his big bouncing balloons, riding their bicycles in the compound and generally having a good feel of being with a gentle giant. I can say without any second thought that time spent with him have been a treasured time in my life, my wife’s life, and our children’s lives. We were so fortunate to have him with us for all those years.
My father-in-law has touched each of our lives in ways that cannot be expressed with words. Iris will forever know that she was the first to take a trip with grandpa out of the country when she was only 5 weeks old. Oghenefejiro and Kesiena will know that grandpa was a quiet and peaceful man who rarely, if ever, raised his voice at them even when they were being naughty. They will forever remember all the days he spent in their home, sitting at the front porch and watching them ride their bicycles. They are fortunate and blessed to have grown up with a super star model grandfather. They will remember humility, honor and grace in a man who exemplified all of these. They will also remember all the long rides to Agbarho, Ado Ekiti and Port Harcourt together, with gospel music playing in the background and mountainous vistas riding behind.
Grandpa built an empire with his wife, who always stood by him through thick and thin. St. Gregory’s Hospital, Ado Ekiti is known far and wide for her hospitality, care and professionalism in treating the elderly and the newborn. I remember one of my training days in Tel Aviv, Israel, I met a young man in a Nigerian restaurant only to find out he was born in St. Gregory’s hospital, Ado Ekiti and had his medical treatments there before leaving Nigeria. “Okurumeh” in Ado Ekiti is as popular as any good medical facility in Ado Ekiti and Nigeria as she strives for perfection daily. This legacy transcends space and time and we; the children have pledged to keep it glowing.
I still remember so clearly the pride on his face when my wife and I got married, when we both passed our examinations to become Fellows of the Medical colleges, when we took our newborn twins to visit them and when we moved into our new home. What we will miss most is the reality of not having him celebrate the many more birthday anniversaries, marriages, and graduations from educational and professional heights, that we and our children will achieve.
As now, he is gone, yet he is not. He lives eternally within all of us. We will always remember him for his loving nature, strong personality and the values he passed on to us. Praying to Almighty for his soul to Rest in Peace. Amen.
Iroro Enameguolo Yarhere
Son-in-law
Posted by Muyiwa Falaiye on March 11, 2021
I met Dr. Okurumeh in 1990. He was a brother to my late friend, Kingsley Okurumeh. Never will I forget his friendly mien and accommodating spirit. A wonderful doctor he was. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Freda Obileye on March 7, 2021
The news of your passing left a huge hole in my heart, you were a father in law like no other to my sister, The few times I met you, you went all out to help me when I was in a state of confusion concerning my son, Thank you for the legacy and love you showed to my Sister and your grandkids, thank you for the good times and the memories, you will be greatly missed, Your passing left a hole in my heart..My God be with Mummy and the rest of the family.
Rest well Daddy, I know your in a better place.
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BIOGRAPHY

DR. DONATUS ADAIGHOFUA OKURUMEH
                               (1946-2021)
Donatus Adaighofua Okurumeh was born in Ileowo a small village in the then Western Region (Okitipupa division) on the 22nd of April 1946 to Late Pa. Gregory Ashigor Okurumeh and Mrs. Ofigo Okurumeh of Ughwrughelli-Agbarho in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.  He was the first of nine (9) children.
Donatus attended Igodan Elementary School from 1952 to 1954. His parents relocated the family to Araromi-Obu (Ondo West Division) in 1957,  where he completed his elementary school education at the Local Authority  Primary School, in 1960. Donatus was a very brilliant student and was made the class prefect in several of his classes. As an attestation to his academic excellence, he was later made the Head Boy (Senior Prefect).  He subsequently attended St. James Modern School, Araromi-Obu (1961-1962) for his pre-secondary school education where he graduated with flying colors.
Donatus started his secondary school education at Stella Maris College Okitipupa (1963-1964) and later moved to St. Anthony Grammar School, Esure-Ijebu Mushin, Ogun-State to pursue an education in the sciences which was not offered at Stella Maris at the time. His motivation and drive for science and education were unparalleled. As such, he was made the Senior Prefect in his final year at St. Anthony’s Grammar School in 1968. Among his many achievements, he obtained his G.C.E ‘A’ Levels Certificate at St. Thomas Aquinas College, Akure (1968-1969).
After completing his A-Levels, he taught briefly at the Mid-West College in Effurun, former Bendel State now known as Delta State. Donatus’ experience as a young man significantly shaped his worldview. These prepared him for the continuous quest for excellence as he gained admission into the then Mid-West Institute of Technology, Benin-City, now known as the University of Benin, to study Medicine and Surgery in 1971. He attended  Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, for his pre-clinical training and returned to the University of Benin for the clinical part of his medical training. He excelled as a medical student and was awarded a Federal Government tuition scholarship for this part of his training. He completed his medical training in 1976 for which he was awarded a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from the University of Benin. 
Dr. Donatus Okurumeh practiced as a House Officer at the State Hospital Ado-Ekiti. While working in Ado-Ekiti,  he met his beautiful wife, Modupe Margret Okurumeh (Nee Adeparusi). They got married 16th of December, 1978 at St. Patrick’s Catholic Cathedral, Ado-Ekiti. They were married for more than 42 years until his death. 
Upon completion of his housemanship, he was posted to Sokoto Military Hospital, for his National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) which he completed in 1978. He returned to the State Hospital in Ado-Ekiti where he worked for 2 years until his transfer to the Government Hospital in Ikere-Ekiti. 
Dr. Okurumeh settled in Ado-Ekiti with his wife and children. He enjoyed an illustrious medical practice in government service across the several hospitals he had worked. His love for the profession was made further manifest when he established his private practice that became the acclaimed St. Gregory's Hospital, which he named in honor of his father in 1983.  The greatest joy of starting this practice was the opportunity to spend time with his wife and children who joined in the daily running of the hospital from a very young age. As a loving and dedicated father, he established a rapport with the children and shared his passion for the profession with them. This inspired two of the children to become medical practitioners and consultants in various fields of medicine. His humble, kind, and calm nature made him an enjoyable father, husband, brother, and colleague. He is known for being very supportive and disciplined. He taught these great values to his children and underlings. As an ardent educator, he was unwavering on the academic pursuit of his children, siblings, and friends.
Dr. Okurumeh’s dedication to his work and family bore fruit as the hospital grew to become one of the largest private hospitals in Ekiti State. His practice, knowledge, professionalism, and service to the community distinguished him among his peers. He was a highly revered member of the medical community, his church, and society at large. He supported many community outreach programs and mentored the younger generation of medical doctors.  He was also a highly respected employer as he developed the hospital into a multi-departmental institution that catered to most medical needs of the people in the community.
In 2016, he retired with his wife to his country home in Agbarho, Ughelli-North, Delta-State. During his retirement, he was focused on his spiritual growth, and became a Jehovah’s Witness. Dr. Okurumeh died peacefully in his sleep at the University of Port Harcourt Teaching Hospital (UPTH), in the company of his wife and daughter. 
In memoriam, Dr. Donatus Okurumeh was a pillar to his family and community as a whole. He is survived by;
BELOVED WIFE
Mrs Modupe Magaret Okurumeh
CHILDREN
Mrs. Eseoghene Oduyoye 
Dr. Ogheneovo Ifedayo Okurumeh
Dr. (Mrs.) Kesiena Oluwaseun Yarhere
Mrs. Aghogho Oluwatoyin Ogundele
Engr. Onome Temitope Okurumeh
GRANDCHILDREN
Oluwafemi Oghenebruba Oduyoye
Ryan Boluwatife Ogundele
Iris Okiemute Yarhere
Avwerosuoghene Epiphania Okurumeh
Jesse Uruemuesiri Phoenix Okurumeh
Oghenetega Emmanuella Okurumeh
Oghenefejiro Aimie Yarhere
Kesiena Aiden Yarhere
Justin Akpojotor Phoenix Okurumeh
Oghenebrume Elvina Okurumeh
Ethan Oluwadamilola Ogundele
SIBLINGS 
Engr. Stephen Owholo Okurumeh
Mrs. Omotijara Agnes Aklojohwovwo
Chief. (Dr.) Ejedafeta Ashigor Okurumeh, Ph.D
Mrs. Ufuoma Veronica Ighedosa
Dr. Ovedje Gideon Okurumeh, Ph.D
Mr. Oghenebrorhien Emmanual Okurumeh
Engr. Sunny Emomine Okurumeh
SONS AND DAUGHTERS IN-LAW
Mr. Femi Oduyoye

CRNA (Mrs.) Anthonia Okurumeh 

Dr. Iroro Yahere

Dr. Lekan Ogundele

Barr.(Mrs) Winifred Okurumeh

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