ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kenneth Ojeh, 37 years old, born on March 29, 1982, and passed away on April 20, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Olufemi Adeniji on April 23, 2019
I've never met you.
I've never ridden with you.
But your last words on the group chat as you shared the riding plan, say a lot about you.
"Do not overtake the lead rider. Maintain your position. If you are not ready to ride in formation, do not come. Be safety conscious, look out for the rider behind you; and ride responsibly."
These words say a lot about the kind of leader you were. These words justify you.
Ride on, Keno. Ride the clouds with the angels.
Posted by Defo Oyenusi on April 23, 2019
Keno, Not any one of us thought we’ll be doing this at this time, but God Almighty who knows ALL things knows why HE allowed it. We all have and carry thoughts of you in so many different ways cos you mean so many things to each and everyone. You’re dependable, reliable, ever helpful and always ready to listen. I’m sure by now you can feel the winds in the Heavens. We miss you sorely Bro, and can only pray for eternal rest in your Creator’s bosoms. We know you can feel our broken hearts, cos this ain’t how we promised to say goodbye to any B.A.D. Gang member. Ride on bro, four wheels they say, move the body, 2 wheels, move the soul. Continue to ride with the Angels. We luv you Keno, Rest in Perfect peace bro.
Posted by FOJO . on April 23, 2019
Keno! Keno!!! This has been one of the hardest posts have had to make. Thank you for all the times we had, the movies, rides, hangouts, laughs! You were The cool headed one, always willing to help. You always answered me whenever I called for anything or any task, our mr fix it, mr Incredible Hulk Himself! You were always encouraging me! You went above the call of duty brother! It still feels like a movie but thank God for Jesus! Ride on bro. You were loved and we will all miss you in BADGANG.
Posted by Nmerichi Ajah on April 23, 2019
Papi
What can i say, i could never get all the words out, you helped with everything, you would say you're not in my mind but you actually were, i stopped searching the day I met you, i felt like I'd found my home, my happy place and you really were....no dull moments, I already miss seeing you smile and knowing I'm the reason, I have regrets papi, not seeing you the night before, even though you asked me to....that'll forever eat me up, not telling you I love you....even though i showed you, you will always be a part of me, you opened me up to possibilities, made me try new things, made me trust myself and you, made me want to be a better person, you motivated me, my growth these past few years has been massive...I'm not the same person i was when i met you, my hero, my hulk, my Knight, i miss you, your smile, your laughter, playing with you, being with you was magic, i promise I'll make you proud, its hard to stop tearing up when thoughts of you arise but believe me Papi, they aren't sad tears, they are tears of fond memories that will live on, tears of what plans we had for each other that won't be realised, i pray that your soul is happy and at peace where you are, rest on my love.
Posted by Joe Spirit Speed on April 23, 2019
Life is not how long but how well lived... Keno, will be missed for his uniqueness. Ride Bro
Posted by Martins Obasuyi on April 23, 2019
What a great loss!
Keno,
You have been snatched from us, but your memory leaves on. A great biker, highly loved by all. Rest on!!!
Martini
MKMC
Posted by Crux Neyo on April 23, 2019
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Posted by Emmanuel Osas on April 22, 2019
How we remain to be very good friends behind and disagree in front of everyone was a very funny thing. Keno knew 80% of me , even family knows 50%. I saw someone that can bury your secrets not matter what they were. Its painful but God knows best. Not been able to do anything useful but God will comfort us all and your family. Ride on Keno ‍♂️
Posted by Dammy Osude on April 22, 2019
Words fail me! Still so unreal yet l believe you are in a better place. Thank you for being a blessing to many and a solution in your own way to the world. You’re a special star and you would be greatly missed. Ride on with the angels bruv!
Posted by Sen. Ohi on April 22, 2019
We met in 2002 at Unimaid through a mutual friend, we attend shows and hangout with the crew till we both graduated you were always forthright with your position filled with passion for humanity.
The love of two wheels will later bring us together after 8yrs of hiatus in 2014, we rekindle the friendship and solidified it with a brotherhood (@BADGANG). Every engagement with you has been revealing and joyful. It's still doesn't feel real to me still remembered the banters day before. Words can't express who you were, the impact you have made in the life of people like me who was fortunate to have known you. You will be missed, we will try and uphold Humanity as you always dream of.
Adieu My Friend, it's crazy you gone, may the Almighty forgive you your shortcomings and grant you paradise
Posted by Ibinabo Oyibo on April 22, 2019
Imbre thank you for being my brother.
You watched my back always, threatened people for me, told me off when I messed up, my therapist and gist partner.
I'm very honoured that I got to meet and know you. Maybe I only got your good side like you kept telling me but I still know that was real because I saw the way you were with others.
May your soul find rest and may God continue to protect those you left behind. We will miss you. Ije oma nwanne nwoke, Dei na mu imbre -
love Gaz
Posted by Oreoluwa Oduko on April 22, 2019
Words fail me as I write this. You were so nice to me when we met even though you barely knew me. I would never forget our conversations and the pleasant ride with you and your colleagues. Sleep well my biker friend ❤️❤️
Posted by Victoria Johnson on April 22, 2019
Short of words and constantly in shock over leaving without saying a proper goodbye. We just spoke on Friday for the short Easter break to meet after the break not knowing it would be the last. Rest in peace my dear friend, U're forever in my heart. #LoveUboo #Restonsweets... #mycoach#gyminstructor Til we meet again.
Posted by TEEMITAYO ONADEKO on April 22, 2019
Rest on Brother. I have always respected your personality. The first we bonded was during Race Track Challenge 2018 at the Stadium Surulere. You were really supportive and helpful. Continue to ride with the Saints brother. We love you.
Posted by Lanre Sunmonu on April 22, 2019
You meant a whole lot to us all. You impacted life in your little way, you always profer solutions and useful ideas. Very approachable and dependable and to cap it all, you were the brain behind my union....May God Almighty grant us the strength and fortitude to bear this great loss. May God also grant you eternal paradise my brother my friend. Ride with the Angels Keno
Posted by Ayo George on April 22, 2019
Your life force was felt by all. Everyone I have spoken to describes you as reliable, dependable and full of solutions. You always found a way, guess death cheated you this one time. We will miss you Mehn! We miss you already. You will live on in our hearts! Ride with the angels bro. RIP
Posted by Omathetravel Writer on April 21, 2019
Great spirit! Free mind and looks out for anyone even strangers.
You will be greatly missed brotherly.
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Posted by Dammy Osude on April 20, 2022
Wondering how heaven is today, always in our thoughts
Posted by Ify Ojeh on April 20, 2022
its been 3 good years you left, but still you gave me strength to carry on and strive high, you showed me how high i can get to and how i can stand on my own and am doing that regardless. Thank you for all you tought me and all you did for me behind the curtains, you are a blessing to me everyday i think of you. You will always be remembered in my heart KENO LIVES
Posted by Patrick Ojeh on April 20, 2022
To God alone be all the glory...
3 years of God's Grace.
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Shared by ify ojeh on March 29, 2021
Today you will forever be missed, wise I have the power to turn the hands of time I will gladly do it so as to celebrate this day with you. hmm today you celebrate with angels again and we celebrate here on earth so happy and thanking God for a life well spent, I miss you so much am so left alone but I know that you are here with me always and you will keep protecting me and am so happy you are always here to direct me. happy birthday in heaven big bros ken.

BigBrother

Shared by Patrick Ojeh on April 29, 2019

So, everyone keeps telling me to be a man...

Everyone says I should be strong...

But deep down, what I really hear them saying is; "be like Ken"... "Become Ken"... But, How can I be Ken? Where do I start from? 

I came into this world and met him already taking charge... Already being the man.

Now I'm here thinking of all that he taught me. Only to realize that all this time, he was actually preparing me. But how could I have ever been prepared for this? He never said he was gonna leave...

Hmmm... Ken, now I understand...

You didn't have much time, so you had to ride... You embraced the power of speed and you touched so much people in so short a time.

And you left because you had completed what God sent you here to do... You finished your race.

I am grateful to God that I had you as my mentor, my teacher, my hero, and most of all, my BigBrother.

I will never forget the greatest lesson you've taught me, and I am sharing it with everyone today; 

"LIFE IS NOT ABOUT WHAT YOU GATHER, BUT RATHER IT'S ABOUT WHO YOU GATHER".

Hence, do not fight each other but love one another.

Do not deceive or mislead anyone, but give good advice or counsel to uplift one another.

Do not speek ill of anyone, but celebrate one another.

Do not steal, but give to one another.

These are the lessons I learnt from Ken's life here on earth.

And like Kenneth rightly said; 

"LIFE IS JOURNEY, NOT A DESTINATION. SO LEARN TO ENJOY THE RIDE".

I celebrate you BigBrother!

And I thank everyone who consoled  my family at this time.

The earth lost, but heaven gained.

Ken lives on in every single one of us.


A True Gentleman

Shared by Karimat Dina on April 25, 2019

You were such a calm, humble, respectful and helpful gentleman.

We still exchanged WhatsApp messages on Friday and on Saturday, you were gone. Unbelievable.

I pray that the good Lord gives your family, friends and loved ones the fortitude to bear this sudden loss