Let the memory of Jacob Adegoke be with us forever.
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Jacob Adegoke Oba . We will remember him forever.
Posted by Rachel Sutherland on April 9, 2019
I am still in shock over your passing. But I am thankful to have known you. May your soul rest in eternal peace.
You'll forever be in my heart.
Posted by Olufemi Afolabi on February 16, 2019
Sleep on in the Lord my dear colleague!
May the Lord continue to support the family you leave behind.
Posted by Akinola Ayodeji on February 15, 2019
Rest in Perfect Peace.
May the Lord Almighty comfort his family and for this unimaginable loss. I did not know him very well in UCH, but I recall a gentle soul. May he rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Abimbola Afolabi on February 14, 2019
It is actually hard where to start from. I shall start from the beginning. I have known Jacob Oba for almost 34 years. This dates back to College days. In College, we knew each other casually - just as classmates. our friendship really took off after he relocated to Trinidad & Tobago. I have been living there before his arrival. Seeing that we were fellow countrymen and same set in Medical school, there lies the beginning of a friendship that lasted this his early departure from this world. Even though we worked in different hospitals, we made time to visit each other and build a meaningful relationship. i left Trinidad in 1993 but we maintained contact throughout the time. As fate would have it when I was in the Republic of Ireland doing my postgraduate he came to Ireland and we actually worked together in the same hospital while he was sitting his Fellowship exam. After he returned to Trinidad we made sure we kept in touch.
Over those years, I found him to be a very hard working man. He is dependable and reliable. He loved life and enjoyed life. He was able to share his problems with me as I shared mine. He looked after our house in Trinidad. He is family oriented and loved his children. He will go to any length to help anyone who needed help. I have stayed in his house during my visits to Trinidad. I met him and his family (not knowing) for the last time in 2016. Always jovial and keen sense of humor. He was well known and respect in San Fernando where he resided. My last contact with him was over Christmas and he still expressed how he cherished our friendship. I have come to love him as a brother and I will surely miss him. Rest in peace dear friend.
Posted by Emmanuel Awonaya on February 13, 2019
Truly sad
May The comfort of God help his family during this difficult time , May time heal his family’s heart and memories comfort their soul.
We extend our deepest sympathy
I have come to realise that nothing in life prepare us for losing someone we love - nothing
However, what we once enjoyed we can never lose , those special memories will always bring a smile .
I pray for Allah to be with our friend in his home going.
May his soul rest in peace
Biodun AWONAYA and family

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