Let the memory of Pa (Engr) John Oluremi Fatikun be with us forever.
  • 76 years old
  • Born on June 3, 1942 .
  • Passed away on January 2, 2019 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Engineer John Oluremi Fatikun 76 years old , born on June 3, 1942 and passed away on January 2, 2019. We will love and remember him forever.

As he always said..  'I am allright!' and that is your portion also, in Jesus Name!!!

Posted by Olayinka Adedoyin on 11th March 2019
We thank God for a life well spent to the glory of God.
Posted by Olu Adeyemi on 9th March 2019
Dear Uncle, I look back with fondness on the years in Kano, as family friends (the Adeyemis and the Fatikuns) and gratitude for the life enhancing example, of your deep, dignified and (quietly) humorous outlook. May the love of the light accompany you in your onward journey, and grant peace and healing to your loved ones. With admiration and respect for a life well lived. Olu
Posted by Simi Adeyemi on 9th March 2019
Daddy Fatikun, Our many years in Kano together in the 80's, were some of our most memorable and richest by virtue of the gift of friends like you and our dearly departed mommy Fatikun. You were a beacon of strength and devotion to your family and you opened your doors and hearts to others as well. It pleases God, in His infinite wisdom, that now you go to join mommy in eternal rest. With you, a beacon of friendship, strength and devotion has surely left the world. Rest In Eternal Peace From Mommy Adeyemi and Family
Posted by Ify Anyanti on 7th March 2019
May light Perpetual shine on the departed Rest in peace Grandpa. ...Eyin baba Aadaa in jesus name amen
Posted by Emmanuel Omotoyinbo on 7th March 2019
Dear Pa. Engr. Fatikun, I met you first in the year 2012 @ a memorable event. The little moment spent with you meant so much to me. With all that has been said about you,heralds the quality of times, contributions and sacrifices you have indeed imparted in the lives of those that has crossed your path. Though you are gone, you will forever be missed. We pray that God will grant you eternal REST, till we meet to part no more. Rest on Grand Pa!
Posted by Jenny Anya on 20th February 2019
Daddy... we miss you! You are really loved and truly cherished!
Posted by Olufemi Longe on 19th February 2019
Engr John Oluremi Fatikun : Our Numero Uno is gone Daddy, your death came as a rude shock to me. I was optimistic you would get over the illness when I heard about it but the inevitability proved me wrong. You left when I least expected, you left with your unusual candour and dexterity even in the face of utter provocation, you left the expanding vacuum in Fatikun cum Sagburin dynasty much more spacious. Though your body and soul have departed the world, but can you really leave our world? I doubt it, because your footprints and mien live on in the world of those of us that surrounded you. The fragrance of love and the wise counsel you showered on your family and friends are still here with us. You lavished enough fatherly love on me and mine since the departure of your elder brother on 22nd of March, 1998. Keeping strictly to your advice to take my eyes off certain things when I complained profusely about some development within the neclous family has not only been rewarding but defining. You were concerned about all that are connected to you at all times even when there is little or nothing you could do to change the situation. Unity of the family is uppermost in your heart. You strived, clamoured and worked for love, Peace and unity among the family members. Your house while alive served as "parliament" for family and community discourse not because of its aesthetic nature or the proximity neither is it because of your lunar age, it is because of your understanding, robust world view and dispassionate approach to issues. On our family issues, you held sway but you never strayed. Hope the family finds another upright leader to lead the "parliament". I am grieved that you are gone, but I take solace in the fact that nothing loved is ever lost. You will continue to live in the hearts of those you touched. Daddy, I made series of requests from you while you were alive, but here is my last request. If there are interactions in the grave, if you meet your brother, your blood brother, your only brother and my own father, Late Joseph Folorunsho Longe Fatikun, extend my warmest regards to him, don't fail to tell him about how the dynasty is faring. Tell him he lives on in my heart. Sun re o Omo owa, Omo Obokun, Omo Alayemode Omo jogbin jogbin rogbodo Good night Daddy Olufemi Longe Fatikun March, 2019
Posted by Chinwoke Isiguzo on 19th February 2019
Daddy, you will be missed. May you continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus. We love you.
Posted by Tola Omotoso on 19th February 2019
Daddy.... I we forever miss you Thanks for your support and concerns for my life. I never think you will be gone so soon but I believe you had gone to rest in the blossom of God Adieu Baba Alayeire!!
Posted by Jessica A on 18th February 2019
Oh Grandpa I know that where you are that you are in a better place now. I just wanted you to know that we love you and are grateful and I hope and know that you are looking down at us and feeling proud and happy. Thank you for the love, care and support, those are three things we all need and you gave them to us generously. You also helped in giving us your grandchildren two amazing people who are changing the world: 1) the best mother a girl could ever ask for and 2) The best aunty in the world. So right now, the only thing left to say and worth saying to you is THANK YOU. May your gentle soul rest in peace. Your last grandchild to date With Love, Jessica A
Posted by Elizabeth Abey on 18th February 2019
Adieu daddy.....you will be greatly missed.....rest on baba dada... ever strong and courageous.......sun re ooooo.
Posted by Babatunde Oyelana on 18th February 2019
May he continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty.
Posted by Ohemu Okpe on 18th February 2019
May Papa's soul rest in peace. May his legacies never be forgotten. And may God answer all the prayers he made for those he left behind in Jesus name... Amen!
Posted by OLUGBENRO ABIODUN on 18th February 2019
May the gentle soul of Daddy rest in peace. In Christ alone our hopes are found.God Almighty will comfort the entire family Daddy left behind. It is well in Jesus' Name.
Posted by Emeka Okafor on 18th February 2019
May the Lord grant his soul eternal rest and continue to strengthen and comfort those he left behind
Posted by Edim Pascaline on 18th February 2019
We celebrate you dad. Your marks remains even in death. Adieu papa

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