Let the memory of Kayode be with us forever
  • 46 years old
  • Born on May 20, 1967 .
  • Passed away on May 27, 2013 in Nigeria.
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Kayode Ogungbire, 46, born on May 20, 1967 and passed away on May 27, 2013. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Akintobi Kayode on 29th June 2018
How come I paused and this memory of a name came to me. A name I love so much, Sometimes you are called and I answer (thinking it was my call). I vividly recall some friends and family calling me that they heard that one KAYODE that used to work with ZPC had an accident..???? And pronto, I responded that it wasn't me but my Boss. It is true that we all are going to die someday, but when is the BIG question??? And today you are no more but you left a family (a young one at that) My heart prayers today is to the family you have left. Those children that knows not what to do, still trying to discover,identify.... God in His infinite mercy shall meet those children and wife at the very point where they need His help, at points when they wished to discuss with a father, He will be there to provide, guard, guide, inspire and direct all that concerns them. A yoruba adage has indeed proven that "Igi t'oda o ki n pe nígbo" E sun re oooo
Posted by Joy Omo on 27th May 2014
It is exactly One year you left us. It has never been the same without you but your departure taught me one thing - Death comes any time! I am sure some day we will all meet again across that bridge. Sleep on Brother till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ayodeji Quadri on 20th May 2014
Oga Kay,I Ayodeji will forever miss you both in moral, financial, and spiritual advice. today is your birthday, but you were no more to celebrate with us. continue to Rest In Peace God...... loves you more
Posted by Glory Ekpo on 7th June 2013
"Iya Calabar..."that was the name you called me whenever you see me and will quickly add, "you are there o, don't tell anybody". Haaaaaa! I wish that day never came. So many Questions and yet no answer. Who are we to question God? I pray that God will make a way for your family where there is none. Adieu Sir Kay! You will be missed greatly.
Posted by Emmanuel Oyawale on 5th June 2013
"I do hear that people die,but yours made it real. If a good, humble, kind, and exemplary man like you could die, who can evade death? You encouraged me to start 2nd degree which we started together. Where are you to complete it? Oga kay, I wish you could come back to life to complete your good works. Oga, sleep well. Your children will not suffer IJN. Adieu.
Posted by Ernest Ossai on 5th June 2013
A self sacrificing man, a very humble man,a highly detribalized man,a man who believes you can be anything you want to be inspite of your present circumstances.a man that is very hardworking.a man that class dintiction does not exist in his book.indeed we lost a very good man.yet we do not sorrow like those without a hope.Jesus promised resurretion of the dead at john5;28,29.may God comfot
Posted by FUNMILAYO FABUNMI on 4th June 2013
Sir Kay! aka Omo iya alamala!!!you left legends, humility and patience, virtues that i desire all my life! Your memory will forever be blessed!The vacum you left can not be filled,sleep on boss!!!your family will not suffer IJN,Amen......
Posted by Ibekwe Ikenna on 4th June 2013
He was a genius, a good boss and friend. I will miss him.But in all things"it is well" though i will miss his joke
Posted by Osas Ekpen on 4th June 2013
No one could ever believe SIR KAY will not be in the office on 28/05/2013, not even becos of death. But it’s not fair, I miss you with every seconds added to this nightmare. Thinking maybe if it would have happened differently, maybe I could have stopped it. Rest in peace SIR KAY, we miss you, you were a true homie here, but now your much more like our guardian angel to guide us through.
Posted by Victor Ojuromi on 4th June 2013
"Gone Too Soon" Like A Comet Blazing 'Cross The Evening Sky Gone Too Soon Like A Rainbow Fading In The Twinkling Of An Eye Gone Too Soon Shiny And Sparkly And Splendidly Bright Here One Day Gone One Night Like The Loss Of Sunlight On A Cloudy Afternoon Gone Too Soon Like A Castle Built Upon A Sandy Beach Gone Too Soon Like A Perfect Flower That Is Just Beyond Your Reach Gone Too Soo
Posted by Joseph Ohuche on 4th June 2013
Gone so soon!!! Still can not comprehend this mysteries of living and death. Just the other day we all laughed, joked and even drove home in the same car. "Oge Kay" you were a free hearted friend, colleague, husband and father....... We bid you farewell and may your gentle soul rest in perfect peace, Amen.
Posted by Idowu Michael on 4th June 2013
ID you are there oh....... ID noble......... ID cabasa.......As a man of few words,those were some of the words you utter whenever you see me.I am still finding it hard to come to terms that you are no more, you were a boss in deed,humility personified,you lay helping hands even when it is not convinient for you. What a great loss.Oga Kay sun re o, rest in the bosom of our GOD Almighty.
Posted by Anogwi Anyanwu on 4th June 2013
I try so hard everyday to forget the fact that you are no longer with us,but it is just not working out.The pains still lingers in my heart.I remember those days i follow you home in your car;i remember how you used to tease me every time you see me.With a heavy heart,i say RIP SIR KAY.You will be greatly missed!
Posted by Bose Balogun on 4th June 2013
zpc will forever miss uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu
Posted by Bakare Funmi on 4th June 2013
Words cant truely explain how bad we feel for the great loss of our colleague, boss and respected father who lost his life just like that...... I will never forget how you drop me at costain and gave me transport fair. That memories keep coming. RIP OGA KAY
Posted by Afolabi Ejalonibu on 4th June 2013
"My daddy! My brother!! My friend!!! Though my tears runs everyday it cannot revive baba K. What can I say, how could I describe your guestures both official and otherwise. I do not regret ever knowing you, but death is the debt we owe and which all men must pay. I know when the roll will be call up younder, we shall see and then sing Halleluyah. Kay baba, rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Joy Omo on 4th June 2013
Posted by Olufolarin Ogunjimi on 3rd June 2013
Words cannot express how I feel these past few days, every morning I open the office door and pray in my heart that I should meet u on your sit and chat freely and you always say ‘life is so short, enjoy it while it last’ Sometimes we ask questions why things like this happen....but honestly only God knows best , we will continue to pray for your family and you will forever be missed..RIP

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