ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kene Ogbo, 35 years old, born on October 30, 1984, and passed away on July 17, 2020. We will love and remember him forever.
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2022
Rest easy brother. Still missing you.
Posted by Rowland Chibuzor on March 6, 2022
You crossed my mind today and I felt I should pay you a visit. Been over a year now since you have been in heaven smiling down. Miss U Bro. Rest EZ.
From Rolly
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on December 25, 2021
On this Christmas day, I remember you my wingman and as always I miss you dearly. Rest on, brother. I love you.
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on October 31, 2021
Happy posthumous birthday hommie. I miss you plenty.

Big sis, Cindy.
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on August 23, 2021
Keé-nny,
I've never been good at things like this. I guess my brain finds it difficult to articulate everything I want to say in a short verse but I miss you. I miss you a lot.

I'm yet to see a person as selfless as you were. Your kindhearted nature has been second of none. I wish you stayed longer. I wish you grew older. One year and the emptiness is still real. It's always difficult to write about you in short paragraphs. Which do I write? Which do I leave?

All in all, we are good and will always be. At peace with your demise. You sure are in a better place. Must be good to hear all the nice things people speak about you especially since they are true.

I love you, bro. I'm sure God is proud of you cos boy, it's difficult to be you in this kind of world. Keep resting, babe. And don't slow down on the wining and dining with the Angels. You deserve it.

Love you.
Ivy.
Posted by Sylvester Nkemdilim on July 18, 2021
The void you left is yet to be filled.
The memories are still fresh in our hearts.
We taught it's all dream, but 1yr have gone without your return.
Kene, who are we to question the wisdom and decision of the Almighty.?
Our broken hearts caused by your sudden departure might not behold you here soon to thank you for all your love and cares. But, since we are consoled by the immortality of the Saints and the good knowledge that you are safe with the Lord where we'll meet you again.
My dear, continue to rest peacefully in the Lord.
Adieu Kene!
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
Kene, your death came as a huge shock to us all, I didn't share any time with you as an adult but I remember the fave rice and beans we shared at your mum's place as kids. Rest on legend till the resurrection morning. Oge Obumneme-Ezenwa.
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
Kene, it's hard to believe u re no more. Well, we cannot question God who knows everything. Kene, my dear may ur soul rest in peace, Amen. (Mrs Opara).
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
Rest on Kene..... You are missed everyday by your loved ones but then, God knows best. It's well with your soul, Amen
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
It's been 1 year and I'm still speechless. Rest on brother. Our comfort is that you are in a better place....

Ikenna O.
Posted by Rose Opara on July 17, 2021
You were there through out our marriage preparation, you were the unofficial best man, you were there for us when we gave birth to our son and when we lost our daughter, encouraging us and being a friend in deed. Never a dull moment with you. Your going came as a shock, and the only comfort I can find, is your replicas that you left in your son and daughter. God knows best may his comfort be upon his family and friends. You are missed

Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
I still have not met anyone who filled with as much enthusiasm for life and cool confidence as you, dear brother. Nor shall I ever again. Now the heavens are forever blessed with your smile. Rest easy, Kene.

Chiedu Okeke
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
I have 1001 thoughts in mind that I can't exhaust here. Your words of advice and encouragement were always the best. As you advised, I have kept pushing and pushing and won't stop. Glad to know you are with our Almighty God. Miss you Kenechi!
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
I created this memorial and I wanted to be the first to drop my tribute and as much as I tried, I could not bring myself to write without breaking down. But to not write anything would be for the world to not know what a wonderful person you were.
You were my younger brother, my friend, my confidant, my children's favourite uncle, my husband's best friend, my parents first son, a wonderful husband and an even better father. You were everyone's friend. You gave freely of yourself and your time.

The vaccum can't be filled. My life has never been the same again. Life as I know it, is over. But I remember that you're with the Lord, in a better place and it gives me a measure of peace. But boy! I MISS YOU. I REALLY MISS YOU.

Rest on my best friend. Till we meet again.

I love you always and forever,
Big sis, Cindy.
Posted by Christy N on July 17, 2021
Kene, I still chuckle when I recall our last conversation. Everything seems so surreal to me right now. Rest easy little cousin.❤
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
Kene, I miss every single thing we shared together. You were a huge part of me and now sometimes I feel so lonely and the world feels empty without you. But I'm consoled knowing that you have found peace with this crazy world.
I've got lots of gist for you just like all your loved ones do. But I'll keep all of that in the box of memory I have left of you and I will forever miss you and love you my one and only.
Keep resting Legend.
Dave
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 16, 2021
Remembering you is easy I do it everyday, but missing you is a heartache that never goes away. You brought so much joy in my life and I’m forever grateful for that. I miss you brother.

Love you blood.

Paul
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 16, 2021
Kene my man, I still think bout you every now and then, it’s already one year since you left us to be with the lord, may the good lord continue to grant you eternal rest… I miss you my broda

Ikechukwu Mosindi
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 16, 2021
I miss you bro

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Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2022
Rest easy brother. Still missing you.
Posted by Rowland Chibuzor on March 6, 2022
You crossed my mind today and I felt I should pay you a visit. Been over a year now since you have been in heaven smiling down. Miss U Bro. Rest EZ.
From Rolly
Posted by Chy Nkemdilim on December 25, 2021
On this Christmas day, I remember you my wingman and as always I miss you dearly. Rest on, brother. I love you.
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Shared by Ikeazor Anieto on December 8, 2021
Rest in peace .we were class mates at All saints primary school and also at DMGS onitsha.very sad to me when I heard about your demise.so much sorry.
Shared by Chy Nkemdilim on July 17, 2021
My Brother, My Blood, My Wingman, My Friend. This world lost a rare gem and heaven gained someone precious. Reminiscing on all the times we spent together and the plans we had breaks my heart because God had other plans for you. If only i knew that when you called me between 7.30am and 8am on this day last year that it was to say goodbye i would not have picked the call because i wasn't ready to say that yet. Your sarcastic laugh i can never forget when we share jokes. Miss u Forever Bro. -- Rowland C. Madiebo (BUZOR)