Kenneth the will of God will never take you where the grace of God will not protect you. Your memory will be with us forever
  • 50 years old
  • Born on December 9, 1965 .
  • Passed away on September 14, 2016 .

This memorial website was created in memory, and celebration of life of our dearly beloved son, brother, friend, and father, Prince Kenneth Okojie, a healthy young man who succumbed to liver cancer, after a very brief illness at the age of 50, born on December 9, 1965 and passed away on September 14, 2016. 


Viewing, and Funeral Service 
Good Shepherds Funeral Home 2716 W Oakland Park Blvd, Oakland Park Florida 33311
Time: 1:00 pm.

Burial Service
Internment follows immediately after viewing
Forest Lawn Cemetery 
499 NW 27th avenue Fort Lauderdale Fl 33311 
Time: 2:30 pm.

On behalf of our family, we thank you all for your thoughtfulness, and prayers.

In the U.S. liver cancer is said to strike twice as many men as women, at an average age of 67. Liver cancer is the sixth most commom cancer in the world.

Your generous donations for Kenneth Okojie Memorial Fund can be sent by clicking here.

Posted by Chumah Agbugba on 18th December 2017
Ken, You are being remembered each passing day.May your soul rest in perfect peace."All my love, men"----------Big Daddy Chumah
Posted by The Family Of Prince A.I.... on 9th December 2016
Dear Brother Kenneth, you would have been 51 yrs today. We sure miss you. RIP
Posted by AfriQ'taIk Medla on 18th October 2016
Let’s not be sad today, but celebrate his life with the memory he left behind. Ken is free from the shackles of death, and I know he is in heaven smiling down. One of the hardest things to do in life is to say goodbye to a loved one forever, and nothing ever breaks a heart like the lost of a loved one, or can mend a heart like the love of a loved one. When I was young, I lived with my brother Ken, and each morning he would wake me up and ask "what are your goals and objective?" I often thought he had nothing better to do. I got tired of being asked the same question every time, and decided to have one written and placed on his bedroom wall. Bother K was quiet and reserved by nature, he was the kind of guy who would call a friendy, when he dreams about you, and if he never did, that's because you are just fine (she laughs). He was a fighter, who taught me never to quit, that failure is a prerequisite for success, set backs are time out that don’t last, and happiness is one thing that you should not compromise. Ken was my greatest cheerleader, and motivator, he was not much of a picture person, but was that guy who would always look at you with a smile on his face. I thank God for the time you spent here on earth. I remember the look on your face, when you were on your journey home, and kept saying "Let God's will be done". Although, you hanged on for a little while, heaven was waiting on you. When you finally left, the cloud gathered with thunderstorms and heavy rain fell, it felt like it was the end of the word, then suddenly, every thing returned back to normal . Death is not an experience, it is an exist of nature, and continuity of love. In flowers your memory will blossom, in rainbow your love will shine. Some people watch history, some people make history, but you created history with the difference you have made with the little time here on earth. Farewell, Brother K, your life with us here on earth will always be remembered, and memories we share will never to be forgotten.
Posted by Titus Olowokere on 18th October 2016
My deepest sympathies go out to you, Aisha, and your family. May God give you the peace that you seek. May my condolences bring you comfort and may our prayers ease the pain of this loss.
Posted by Chumah Agbugba on 17th October 2016
"Ken, there is no goodbyes for us .wherever you are , you will always be in my thoughts and prayers..My heart goes out to the entire family, especially to my lovely Emily.
Posted by Cyndy B on 15th October 2016
The Heavens welcome you home with open arms. Rest in the bosom of God Almighty.
Posted by Gabe Osamor on 14th October 2016
Kenny, my brother. Your passing has thought me to allways seize the moment. Never take for granted the the seconds, minutes, and hours of every day They are not forever, we all have our expiry date. Bless up mi breda.
Posted by Eva Osamor Maloney on 14th October 2016
Dearest Ken! Our hearts are heavy and words are few and inadequate to express our deepest thoughts. The memories you leave behind, of friendship, kindness and gentleness are memories that we will always cherish. Our prayer is simple..... May God bless and keep you in His care.
Posted by Robert Okojie on 12th October 2016
Ken, rest peacefully in the house of the Lord where there is no pain and suffering. I pray that God give your family strength of faith to bear your absence.
Posted by Nayo Francis on 10th October 2016
Ken, I am saddened that you left us so soon. I remember the memories we shared together in Miami. You called me "Fraco" We cannot understand why God called you so soon, but I am sure he did for a reason. Rest in peace bro..
Posted by Gloria Okojie on 10th October 2016
Where do I begin? how do I put my pain in words? I cannot find the words to share my void, my pain and my shock. In my pain and tears, I kept on denying your demise from earth but then knowing you are heaven bound became my consolation. Life will never be the same without you. I will always speak of you in the presence because you are in heaven watching over us. Asking: are you treating others like you would like to be treated, are you showing enough love towards each other and reminding us all not to take anything for granted and be grateful to God for all even if it is inconvenient.? You are a very kind person who holds the love of God in your heart. You define and represent peace. You are the one who löoks and without asking you know what the line of thought is. Your words are few but profound. You had no hate in your heart because your principle is this: God loves us even when we do not deserve it and why should we not follow in his foot steps? . You are a careful thinker and never given to frivolities. You love the word of God and holds the bible as your guide. In your battle with liver cancer, you stayed brave always quoting the bible and your famous words 'it is in God's hands now'.Saying if it is God's will, none of us can stop it. You are a man of faith, a kind and loving father, the most humble brother I know. You would rather pray and ask God's opinion of anything than rely on your strength. We have learned a lot of life's valuable lesson from you . You wll forever live on. I am so proud of you. I know I am not alone in this.
Posted by Princess A on 7th October 2016
If tears could build a stairway, and memories a lane, I’d walk right up to heaven and bring you back home. I just wish I could explain it to my heart that you are gone, but I can't. I'm glad that I had the opportunity to see you again, for your love knows no boundaries, and no distance. The truth is, you had so much to live for, and fought the good fight of faith, but death is inevitable to everyone. There will never be another big brother like you, so it hurts really bad. Adeus brother Kenneth Okojie. Rest in Perfect Peace. God knows best.
Posted by Hon Aimionowane Benedikt on 7th October 2016
It's sad to know that you are gone but solace is that you are resting in the Lord's bosom.Adieu Ken.

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