ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Kenny Oluyanwo 54 years old , born on September 19, 1965 and passed away on May 10, 2020. We will remember him forever.

ONLINE SERVICE OF SONGS
Date: Thursday 14th of May 2020
Time:
4:30pm prompt
Zoom Meetings ID: 811 2616 8352
Password: 1005
Link:
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FUNERAL SERVICE
Date: Friday 15th May 2020.
Time: 11am prompt. 
Please access the link below to participate in the Live Streaming of the Funeral Service.
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Posted by Adekemi Fakorede-Padonou on May 16, 2020
Please accept my heart felt condolences. I pray the Lord's Guidance and love will continue to envelope the family. Please take heart, the Lord knows best but live with the hope of our Lord Jesus Christ that All will be Well(A.W.E.). Kemi Padonou(nee Fakorede) former student of Feggicola
Posted by Kalada Richard on May 15, 2020
I really don't know what to say. The news of your death came as a rude shock to me. Indeed late that night before your leaving this world, I spoke with you about 2-3 times on phone there was nothing to hint that you will not make it to the following morning. We agreed to meet at the Mainland hospital the following morning at 7am. Sadly, this was not to be as instead the information I received was that you had passed on into glory. Your death is a very painful reality, but God knows best. It was however, a a great privelege knowing you as a brother in Christ and a fellow minister in the vineyard of the Lord in RCCG LP24. We are comforted in the fact that you died in Christ. You were such a serious and committed christian, a faithful and zealous as well as sacrificial minister in the vineyard of the Lord. Your legacy lives on. I pray that the Almighty God will comfort your wife and nuclear and extended family, as well as the body of Christ. Rest in the bosom of our Lord until we meet to part no more. Adeiu Pastor Kehinde Oluyanwo.  Pst Kalada Richard
Posted by Akinjide Akingbade on May 15, 2020
Hmmmmm. Pst. Kenny Oluyanwo, the news of your transition to glory came to me as a shock but the consolation is that you have gone home to rest. May your soul rest in peace. Adieu
Posted by Olutobi Ogunyannwo on May 15, 2020
Where do I begin?? I know without a doubt you fulfilled destiny. I've known you all my life Uncle Kehinde. You were kind, gentle, calm, prayerful, loving and caring. A true gentleman indeed. You put God first in whatever you did and were a tireless worker in the house of the Lord.
A man always ready to go the extra mile always. A wonderful role model for young Christians also a confidant and mentor.
A painful loss to the entire family. I cannot begin to describe how much you inspired and motivated me. I'm truly lost for words.
The Almighty God will continue to strengthen and uphold us during this time. I pray the peace of God will be with the family you left behind always (Aunt Ose and Mojola).
Uncle Kehinde I know for sure you are in the bosom of the Lord. We thank God for your life. You will continue to live on in our hearts forever.

Continue to rest in peace dear Uncle. We will meet again in heaven.
Olutobi Ogunyannwo.
Posted by Olusegun Otukoya on May 15, 2020
My dear Stoneface. Last time we saw before my return to the UK, you were in Ibadan on a brief visit to your dear Mum, fortunately I was home and you came down to spend few hours with me at Felele. That was after Mama's 80th birthday. That's Kehinde who genuinely care for his own and others. I will forever remember how you and Taiwo helped me settle into University life by accommodating and sharing all you had with me when I first gained admission to OSU in 1988. You were disciplined, straightforward and compassionate. I was not surprised at all when you finally chose to spend the rest of your life serving the Lord. I will forever remember you my friend and brother. Enjoy Eternity with the Lord while you wait for the rest of us to inevitably join you there eventually in glorious reunion.
Posted by Joseph Awotabe on May 15, 2020
I couldn't believe it when I heard. You just checked up on me a few days earlier. Never did I imagine that'll be the last time I'll hear your voice. It hurts to realize that now! I will forever remember your compassion, your sincerity, your uprightness. You were truly a rare gem and I'm grateful to God to have crossed paths with you. You inspired me and was always there for me. I will miss you greatly sir.

Life is short, thank you for the wonderful times, for the lives you touched, and for ALL you did. You're gone, but your legacy lives on...

May the Lord keep and preserve your beautiful family and grant ALL your loved ones the fortitude to bear this great loss.

Your memory lives on...
Posted by Akin Onifade on May 15, 2020
TRIBUTE TO LATE PASTOR KEHINDE OLUSESAN OLUYANWO

Kenny ,You ran your race and left your footprints in the sands of time .You came ,You saw ,You fought the good fight of Faith and You conquered. Since our paths crossed in 1992 in the Insurance circles ,you have proved to be that gentle ,pleasant and Amiable Friend to cherish forever .. Though you are no more here with us , your fond Memories linger on Forever in our Hearts .
1Thessalonians 4:13 (KJV)- But I would not have you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning them which are asleep, that ye sorrow not, even as others which have no Hope..
Rather than mourn your sudden departure , I choose to CELEBRATE YOU ,a Good Friend ,a Kind Hearted Brother with a Gentle Mien and Pleasant Disposition at all times.Thank God for the Times we spent together as colleagues in different capacities , for those frank, blunt comments laden in soft gentle tones, for those encouraging words , for the support and assistance rendered at different times , for the knowledge and  experiences shared together , for the Counsel, for the Prayers and for the Fellowship as Twinnies..
What a Great Vacuum you have left behind ..However ,we take solace and find huge comfort that you are resting in the Bossom of The Almighty God at Peace where there is no more Pain .. Sleep on Beloved...
May The Lord Comfort us all ...
Posted by Adeniji Adejumo on May 14, 2020
Kenny, it is still like a dream that I will soon wake up from, that’s why I am reluctant writing a tribute. You were such a gentleman, very jovial, kind and very passionate about your family and God who you served till the end. We love you but we are comforted knowing that our loss is Heaven’s gain. Continue to rest in the bosom of your Lord and maker my dear brother. It is well in Jesus name.
Posted by Ayoyinka Ashogbon on May 14, 2020
I never met you in person sir but your daughter mojola is the best person I know and I believe she must have learnt her values from her parents.
I know that you are resting in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ after living a faith filled life sir.
May the Lord be with your lovely wife, daughter and the family you left behind.
May He strengthen them and show His grace on all sides.
Rest in Peace.
Posted by Opemipo Arisoyin on May 14, 2020

I really didn't know him apart from what Mojola said about him, and her cheerful nature sure showed a lot too

May God Keep this Family as always and may they source their joy from Jesus, the only true source
They're strengthened on all sides

Rest in the bossom of the Lord Sir.
Posted by Taiwo Adegbola on May 14, 2020
Kenny,
I'm so shocked to hear your demise but l know you are a true child of God. Rest in peace my brother till we meet on the resurrection morning. Ose please be strong for your daughter. May God comfort, uphold and strengthen you in Jesus name. Amen
Posted by Pius Adaun on May 14, 2020
Pst Kenny you lived for God, serving Him till your last breath on this part of eternity. There is no better way to live,though the pain in our hearts not having you physically with us more is heavy, we have hope and assurance that there shall be a meeting again on the resurrection morning. The souls and lives you touche and transformed, the impact made on us all with your gentleness, love and kindness are legacies speaking for you. You fought the good fight of faith, leveraged on the victory that was won the the Cross, you have gone
not as ordinary men, but more than a conqueror. May the Lord continue to keep your family you left behind in perfect Peace. Adieu Pst Kenny, sleep in the Bossom of the Lord.
Posted by Uchenna Ososanya on May 14, 2020
Pastor Oluyanwo was a great man of God who inspired us so much
For the short time we worked under him as our Area Pastor we saw a worshipper,a man who feared God and wanted to do everything to please God. We learnt timeliness and and orderliness from him. He is gentle,kind and very caring. A humble man to the core. We miss you Daddy and you will forever be in our hearts until we see you in Glory.
Rest in Peace Daddy
RCCG HOUSEHOLD of JOY
Posted by OMOYIOLA OROJINMI on May 14, 2020
Words usually don't fail me but for the second time in my life words fail me. I'm short of Words, I don't really know how to put in words how I felt when I had the news of your death.
Adieu!!!! Dear brother, may your soul rest in peace. 
Posted by Lanre Smart-Otusanya on May 14, 2020
Kenny, it's a rude shock to me getting to hear of your death. We can not question God's decision but we can only pray HE rests your soul in peace.
You have come, done your bit and greatly appreciated by almost everyone that has come in contact with you.
Adieu Kenny. May your gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Obembe Abiola on May 14, 2020
Kehinde Oluyanwo your exit remain rude shock to everyone. We love you but your creator need you more than us. Rest with your creator till we meet part no more.
Posted by Akinbode Oguntuyi on May 14, 2020
Sleep well Kenny.
You ran a good race, and you have left your indelible marks on the sands of time.
Rest brother, till we meet at the feet of Jesus, to part no more...
Posted by Nike Nihinlola on May 14, 2020
    TRIBUTE TO A DYNAMIC SOUL

"For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens" - 2 Corinthians 5:1
It is with a deep sense of an irreparable loss that I received the news of the transition to eternal glory of Pastor Kehinde Oluyanwo, the beloved husband of my darling sister and the current President of our great Association, Professional Insurance Ladies Association, Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.
My heart was however full of gratitude to God for his life was fully spent in the service of God and humanity.
It is my fervent prayers that the Lord Almighty will console the entire family and comfort them during the moments of this great loss.
May his dynamic soul rest in perfect peace in the bosom of God Almighty. Amen

Nike Nihinlola
Posted by Tonia Ashiedu on May 14, 2020
Tribute to my Pastor Kehinde

My heart has been so heavy since I heard of your demise. You were such a calm, gentle, loving, firm, very accommodating and passionate lover of God. I remember since you and your humble wife started giving me ride home after our pastor's meetings and Divine Revolution, you have never failed to carry and dropped me in my house. You will always go the extra mile of waiting for me if I am involved in other meetings to ensure you drop me off. You were such a wonderful personality.
The truth is I wish you were still here but the reality is that you are in a better place, worshipping and resting with your maker.
Rest on till we all meet again in the bosom of the LORD

Pst Tonia Ashiedu
Posted by Ejike Mba on May 14, 2020
Tribute to Pst Kehinde Oluyanwo from Ejike & Nkechi Mba
Pst Kehinde, you have excellently related with us both as a friend, mentor, pastor and a father. In many ways you have shown us that there is no limit to excellence, and that there is always room for improvement. And you have thought us to obey rules, keep to scheduled time, have passion for God's work, offer help to others, regularly visit the sick, and many others.
In the time of need, you were always there for us: providing care, prayers, comfort, encouragement, support and hope. And because you were there, we overcame all the challenges.
The Church will now miss your fatherly care, your prayers, instructions and guidance, and numerous gifts that you provided weekly to the members.
You have created a vacuum in our life that is too difficult to fill.
God knows why you have left us without notice. But we get our consolation from Isaiah 57:1 that says that the righteous shall be taken away from the evil that is to come.
Adieu Pst Kehinde.
From: Ejike Mba and the Family
Posted by Tope Adaramola on May 14, 2020
THE NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS

TRIBUTE TO LATE KEHINDE OLUYANWO

Death is indeed a necessary end for all mortals. It signifies the terminal point which though we all know but dread to remember and experience. The news of the demise of Late Kehinde Oluyanwo came to the entire insurance industry like a thunderbolt in the wind, given the fact that he never seemed to be a candidate of death considering his age and wellness. But we remit all powers to the Almighty God who has power to give and to take when he wishes. The death of Kenny as he is often called became more painful to us, being  an insurance professional and at the same time the admirable husband of one of the most progressive insurance ladies and President of the Insurance Ladies Association (PILA), Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.
Although the deceased was not a member of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, the fact that he was an Insurance practitioner and shinning light who paid his dues to the industry made the Council have a deep sense of loss about his painful departure. Those who had close relationship with him during his life time have variously testified to his great sense of responsibility, professional excellence and noble spirit. These are definitely virtues which the insurance industry profoundly desires and would miss in the deceased.
I can, as a foremost member of PILA, also testify to the fact of effective leadership that Ose Oluyanwo, the wife of the deceased, demonstrated as President. If the biblical saying that the head of the woman is the man, then Kehinde could be said to have provided a good headship that served as the tonic for the Ose to deliver excellently in office. As a Council, we deeply empathise with her and pray God to comfort her and the entire family at this great moment of grief.
There is no gainsaying that the insurance industry would miss the deceased; the church of God of which he was a shephered would miss him and the whole world would miss him.
On behalf of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers and its entire membership, I register our deep condolences to the family of the Ogunyanwos and particularly his amiable wife and our colleague, Ose. May the Almighty God uphold you all at this moment of grief.
Adieu. Kenny.

DR (MRS) BOLA ONIGBOGI, FCIB
PRESIDENT/CHAIRMAN NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS
Posted by Tope Adaramola on May 14, 2020
THE NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS

TRIBUTE TO LATE KEHINDE OLUYANWO

Death is indeed a necessary end for all mortals. It signifies the terminal point which though we all know but dread to remember and experience. The news of the demise of Late Kehinde Oluyanwo came to the entire insurance industry like a thunderbolt in the wind, given the fact that he never seemed to be a candidate of death considering his age and wellness. But we remit all powers to the Almighty God who has power to give and to take when he wishes. The death of Kenny as he is often called became more painful to us, being  an insurance professional and at the same time the admirable husband of one of the most progressive insurance ladies and President of the Insurance Ladies Association (PILA), Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.
Although the deceased was not a member of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, the fact that he was an Insurance practitioner and shinning light who paid his dues to the industry made the Council have a deep sense of loss about his painful departure. Those who had close relationship with him during his life time have variously testified to his great sense of responsibility, professional excellence and noble spirit. These are definitely virtues which the insurance industry profoundly desires and would miss in the deceased.
I can, as a foremost member of PILA, also testify to the fact of effective leadership that Ose Oluyanwo, the wife of the deceased, demonstrated as President. If the biblical saying that the head of the woman is the man, then Kehinde could be said to have provided a good headship that served as the tonic for the Ose to deliver excellently in office. As a Council, we deeply empathise with her and pray God to comfort her and the entire family at this great moment of grief.
There is no gainsaying that the insurance industry would miss the deceased; the church of God of which he was a shephered would miss him and the whole world would miss him.
On behalf of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers and its entire membership, I register our deep condolences to the family of the Ogunyanwos and particularly his amiable wife and our colleague, Ose. May the Almighty God uphold you all at this moment of grief.
Adieu. Kenny.

DR (MRS) BOLA ONIGBOGI, FCIB
PRESIDENT/CHAIRMAN NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS
Posted by Adenike Agnes on May 14, 2020
Pastor Kehinde, It Is With A Heavy Heart I Am Writing This Tribute. I Couldn't Get Myself Throughout Yesterday When I Heard This Painful And Sad News. We Have Lost A Humble, Honest, Respectful, Obedient, Loyal, Truthful, Committed And God Fearing Man Of God. He Doesn't Joke With His Salvation. Always Seek For Advice. When He Can't Meet An Obligation, He Will Call You To Explain His Challenges. A Perfect Gentleman. Heaven At Last In Jesus Name. Holy Spirit, Please Comfort Pastor (Mrs) Ose Oluyanwo And The Lovely Family Left Behind In Jesus Name. It Is Well In Jesus Name.
Pastor Victor & A/P Adenike Ogholemu.
Posted by Soji Philip on May 14, 2020
Goodnight, my friend, your journey has ended.
Your struggles have now begun to cease.
Time to close your eyes to happy dreams
And wake to eternal peace.

The road is not so long now.
No more winding paths,
Just a silver beam of radiant light
That will take you home at last.

Goodnight, my friend; I wish I could have more time.
I wish I could make you stay.
It's easier to be that selfish
Than to deal with this pain every day.

I don't want you to be afraid.
Everything will be okay.
I will stay with you till the end
And hold your hand as you drift away.

Goodnight, my friend; I don't want to let go.
We've been together many years.
From our University days, to our ordination as Pastors where we slept on the same bed at the camp.
It's hard to see what lies ahead.
It's blurry through the tears, but the hope we have in Christ keeps us consoled.

Free from pain, you fight no more.
That's all we wish for ones we love.

I remember when we spoke last, inviting for a ministration in your Area headquarters which never happened.

I will miss you until it becomes my time.

So, goodnight, my friend; tears fall
As I bid a regrettable farewell.
One thing will remain honest and true,
For me, you have been a wonderful fellow that had the fear of God.

The grief I feel will be as endless as my love for you.
Until we meet again at those pearly gates...wait for me there



*Pastor Olakunle Osineye aka Samanja*
Posted by Felicitas Sikwu on May 14, 2020
I never believed this is real. What can I say. God knows best. I know you are singing praises in heaven right now. My Pastor and a very good friend to my husband. We will miss you. To my friend your wife Ose, the Lord will strengthen you. I know we will all meet one day to part no more.
Posted by Peter Ugbem on May 14, 2020
A tribute to my pastor.
How can I make this short?.. my pastor is like a second father to me,I call him Daddy.he's the best pastor I have ever had!.He is a man of the word, humble ,kind and caring . His lifestyle challenged me to strive to live an upright life .He loved God , always emphasising the need to give God thanks.
I love you pastor and I'm proud to brag on you cause you're the best pastor in the world. Forever in my heart.
Mummy please be strong the Lord is your strength.
Posted by Charles Sikwu on May 14, 2020
It’s really difficult to write a tribute to you Pst Kenny as I fondly call you. We met around 2004/2005 or so. We belonged to the same province and area then. We were both parish pastors.

Your simplicity and humility endeared you to me. We were like brothers in the area. We stay in the same block when we go to RCCG camp. Your chalet is almost next to mine. You will always park your car and we usually drive in the same car to the RCCG auditorium. I used to drive and we always gist as we go. We always sat together in the prayer foyer and also at the altar in the auditorium.

Pst Kenny is like a brother from another mother, he was more than a friend. I remembered 2015, when we were ordained PASTORS, we were together all through in the ordination camp. I remembered vividly Pst Austine Okolo asking me one time, if I had known you before we met at the area.

I was in your house during your fiftieth birthday and you were also in my house during my fiftieth birthday. We always kept in touch, even while you were on a vacation in Dubai.

We spoke just two weeks ago, and had some plans of business to carry out immediately the lockdown is fully lifted. But the next thing I heard, was your death. It’s hard to believe that my REAL GEE, Pst Kenny Oluyanwo is no more.

“Oh Death! where is your sting? Oh grave! where is your victory”

“The Lord gave, and the Lord has taken away, blessed be the name of the Lord”

God alone knows the best, “known unto God are all His works, from the beginning of the world”.

Pst Kenny, you have moved to a better place, that, I know for sure. We will meet again on resurrection morning.

My condolence to Pst(Mrs) Ose Oluyanwo and your daughter. I pray that the good Lord will strengthen and keep them during this trying time.

ADIEU MY BOSOM FRIEND KENNY.

From Pst Charles Sikwu and Dcns Felicitas Sikwu.


Posted by Abdullateef Olalekan Awol... on May 14, 2020
Though, i never get to meet you while alive but there are testimonies about your good nature and I pray that my God will grant you passage to eternal life. May almighty Allah protect all the love once left behind............Good night my brother. 
Posted by CIIN Nigeria on May 14, 2020
On behalf of the Governing Council and Management of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria, We wish to express our heartfelt condolences of the passing away of Pastor kenny Oluyanwo, the loved husband of the President, Professional Insurance Ladies Association (PILA), Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.

He was a major influence and served as a father and mentor to a lot of individuals while going about his activities and fulfilling his purpose on earth. He led an exemplary life He will surely be missed.

Once again, we extend our deepest condolences to the Oluyanwo Family during this trying period while we pray for the repose of the departed Pastor Kenny Oluyanwo.

Richard.O.Borokini
Director-General
Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria
Posted by Tope Adaramola on May 14, 2020
THE NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS

TRIBUTE TO LATE KEHINDE OLUYANWO

Death is indeed a necessary end for all mortals. It signifies the terminal point which though we all know but dread to remember and experience. The news of the demise of Late Kehinde Oluyanwo came to the entire insurance industry like a thunderbolt in the wind, given the fact that he never seemed to be a candidate of death considering his age and wellness. But we remit all powers to the Almighty God who has power to give and to take when he wishes. The death of Kenny as he is often called became more painful to us, being  an insurance professional and at the same time the admirable husband of one of the most progressive insurance ladies and President of the Insurance Ladies Association (PILA), Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.
Although the deceased was not a member of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, the fact that he was an Insurance practitioner and shinning light who paid his dues to the industry made the Council have a deep sense of loss about his painful departure. Those who had close relationship with him during his life time have variously testified to his great sense of responsibility, professional excellence and noble spirit. These are definitely virtues which the insurance industry profoundly desires and would miss in the deceased.
I can, as a foremost member of PILA, also testify to the fact of effective leadership that Ose Oluyanwo, the wife of the deceased, demonstrated as President. If the biblical saying that the head of the woman is the man, then Kehinde could be said to have provided a good headship that served as the tonic for the Ose to deliver excellently in office. As a Council, we deeply empathise with her and pray God to comfort her and the entire family at this great moment of grief.
There is no gainsaying that the insurance industry would miss the deceased; the church of God of which he was a shephered would miss him and the whole world would miss him.
On behalf of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers and its entire membership, I register our deep condolences to the family of the Ogunyanwos and particularly his amiable wife and our colleague, Ose. May the Almighty God uphold you all at this moment of grief.
Adieu. Kenny.

DR (MRS) BOLA ONIGBOGI, FCIB
PRESIDENT/CHAIRMAN NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS
Posted by Tope Adaramola on May 14, 2020
*TRIBUTE TO LATE KEHINDE OLUYANWO*

Death is indeed a necessary end for all mortals. It signifies the terminal point which though we all know but dread to remember and experience. The news of the demise of Late Kehinde Oluyanwo came to the entire insurance industry like a thunderbolt in the wind, given the fact that he never seemed to be a candidate of death considering his age and wellness. But we remit all powers to the Almighty God who has power to give and to take when he wishes. The death of Kenny as he is often called became more painful to us, being  an insurance professional and at the same time the admirable husband of one of the most progressive insurance ladies and President of the Insurance Ladies Association (PILA), Mrs Ose Oluyanwo.
Although the deceased was not a member of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers, the fact that he was an Insurance practitioner and shinning light who paid his dues to the industry made the Council have a deep sense of loss about his painful departure. Those who had close relationship with him during his life time have variously testified to his great sense of responsibility, professional excellence and noble spirit. These are definitely virtues which the insurance industry profoundly desires and would miss in the deceased.
I can, as a foremost member of PILA, also testify to the fact of effective leadership that Ose Oluyanwo, the wife of the deceased, demonstrated as President. If the biblical saying that the head of the woman is the man, then Kehinde could be said to have provided a good headship that served as the tonic for the Ose to deliver excellently in office. As a Council, we deeply empathise with her and pray God to comfort her and the entire family at this great moment of grief.
There is no gainsaying that the insurance industry would miss the deceased; the church of God of which he was a shephered would miss him and the whole world would miss him.
On behalf of the Nigerian Council of Registered Insurance Brokers and its entire membership, I register our deep condolences to the family of the Ogunyanwos and particularly his amiable wife and our colleague, Ose. May the Almighty God uphold you all at this moment of grief.
Adieu. Kenny.

DR (MRS) BOLA ONIGBOGI, FCIB
PRESIDENT/CHAIRMAN NIGERIAN COUNCIL OF REGISTERED INSURANCE BROKERS
Posted by Giwa Adeleke on May 14, 2020
My pastor,Our Daddy,till now your news of passing away into Glory is a shock to our family. You are a man who lived a life of working for GOD,so diligent, committed and Never go late to meeting. Daddy, that is what I call you, Always advice me as your son, Never accommodate excuse to the things of GOD,he always want you to be perfect and diligent to GOD works the way he does it.
Daddy,GOD love you more,HE is unquestionably.
GOOD NIGHT ,REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE ALMIGHTY GOD.
Posted by Friday Ndujiuba on May 14, 2020
Pastor Kehinde the news of your demise came to me and my family as a great shock,but our consolation is that you are resting at the lord's Bossom.You came,you saw and you conquered.Rest on sir from all of us from (RCCG-The New Revelation Sanctuary parish Lp 24)
Posted by OLUYOMI OLUWAGBOTEMI on May 14, 2020
Daddie! You loved me calling you daddie! and you would say Mr Gboo! Hearing the news of your demise devastated me, I was still thinking I would call you up for something not knowing you have gone to be with the Lord. I will never forget your good influence on me and everything you have thought me. rest on Daddie!
Posted by BOLARINWA OGUNYANNWO on May 13, 2020
Don’t think of him as gone away, his journey’s just begun,
Just think of him as resting from the sorrows and the tears
In a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and years.
And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched…
Just as the Bible says;
“We should not mourn like those that have no hope…” 1 Thess 4:13
“The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh, glory be to the name of the Lord…” Job 1:20

I am not sure you could remember me if we had met recently,
But am sure I know you, back in the days when you do visit the family compound in Sagamu.
Am glad our family name connected us together, but above all, THE LORD JESUS CHRIST connected us in the Spirit, which is most cherished.

Rest on Brother.

Revd Canon Bola’ Ogunyannwo, PhD
St. James Anglican Church, Asokoro, Abuja
Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion)
Posted by Bassey Ibiang on May 13, 2020
I never met you in person, but in your daughter I see the eternal treasures you ingrained into her.
I believe you lived a successful life. I had silently wished I'd meet you when Mojolaoluwa would be inducted. Well I'm convinced her life will be a worthy memorial.
Rest in peace sir!
Posted by Yinka Aletor on May 13, 2020
Haaaa...! Kehinde, the news of your demise came as a great shock. I am yet to come to terms with the fact you are gone. The truth however is that the Lord Almighty who loves you more, has called you to rest on in His bosom. Who are we to question God, He who is our maker knows it all.
Kehinde, you were a considerate gentleman who lived an exemplary life. Growing up together, you played the role of a brother to my siblings and I. Always supported and protected us like a superhero, this you remained as an anointed son of God. Kehinde, you conquered death, rest on in the bosom of the Lord.
May the Lord Almighty comfort the family and grant them the fortitude to bear the loss. Mummy, Ose, Mojola, Taiwo and senior siblings, please take solace in the Lord Almighty, He will wipe your tears and fill the vacuum created by this loss. May his gentle soul Rest in Peace.
Posted by Ben Ujoatuonu on May 13, 2020
Kenny, we met in 2000 as colleagues at Global Commerce and General Assurance LTD. A perfect gentleman, humble and honest man. Kenny you were a child of God with deep love for God, the news of your demise was devastating to me but my consolation is that you loved God and served Him sincerely.

Kenny, may you find rest in God as your good works accompany you until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Oladotun Adeogun on May 13, 2020
Our God is unquestionable, we submit to his will concerning your sudden departure. God has proved his sovereignty but we are comforted in the fact that you lived an exemplary life of service. May God uphold Ose and Mojola and other members of the family in Jesus name.
Posted by David Azuokwu on May 13, 2020
The news of your death came to me in a devastating shock. I first met you in the year 2000 where we worked with Global Commerce & General Insurance Ltd at Apapa. You were a complete gentleman and excellent colleague with humility you have imbibed as a born again Christian. Seeing you then one would know you had a pastoral calling. We usually prayed every morning before the start of work and you participated fully.

I don't understand how good people die early, but God understands why He allowed you to be taken home this early. No one can query Almighty God.

Kenny, may your gentle soul rest in peace. And may God give your wife, children and family the fortitude to bear the loss.

Kenny, rest on till we meet again to part no more.

Adieu.



Posted by Olayinka Obafemi-Moses on May 13, 2020
Tribute To My Cousin -Pastor Kehinde Oluyannwo
I met him officially through our common Uncle, Engr Foluso Oyesiku and i found in you a man with gentle mien, cool-headed and Godly. Although i know mummy right from my stay in Ibadan in those days. You were part of the Ministers who pray day and night for our family members at large. The news of your death shocked me to the marrows. i still cannot come to terms with this reality, but 'o ye Olorun'.
On behalf of my wife, Funmi and the children we commiserate with Mama, our Aunties, wife and Mojola. God will comfort them and fill the vacuum which his passing has created. We pray for the repose of his gentle soul. Adieu cousin.
Posted by Solabomi Odubiyi on May 13, 2020
I met Pastor Kehinde and his twin brother back in the years at Ogun State University, he was very calm and gentle. Our paths met again in the Insurance Industry. I always reintroduce myself anytime i see him and he nods his head in acknowledgment. The last being at the investiture of his dear wife as the President of PILA. The news of his death was received as a huge shock. He contributed immensely his quota to the Insurance Industry and served the Lord diligently. I pray the Lord grant your soul, sweet repose. Till we meet at Jesus feet, continue to Rest in Peace.
Posted by JOYCE ODIACHI on May 13, 2020
We met in 2004 when we joined Signal Insurance Co. Ltd. He was my direct line manager and we then moved to Custodian & Allied. Over the years, we have remained friends and I grew to know and love Oga Kenny both as a colleague and as a big brother. "Oga Kenny" as myself and my family fondly called him was a kind gentleman. He was a great boss and a good friend. Always ready to listen and give a shoulder. I remember teasing him as the "first Man of PILA". I have so much to say, but finding it difficult to put into words.The news of his demise hit me so hard and I am still trying to accept it's true. I pray that the good Lord grant his soul eternal rest and grant his family the grace to bear the loss.
Posted by Rachel Voke Emenike on May 13, 2020
We submit to God our Father! The owner and keeper of our lives! Indeed dear brother you are gone too soon! Into God’s loving presence and place prepared for you by the Lord Jesus Christ whom you served in your lifetime! I ask for great comfort for your unbelievably sweet wife (sister of mine) and your precious princess! We shall meet again at the lamb’s supper❤️❤️❤️❤️ Ose darling please be strong for your daughter! Jehovah He is God. I love you!
Posted by Ijeoma Pearl Okoro on May 12, 2020
The news of your death came to us like a thunderbolt and has disorganized us completely. However, I am consoled by the fact that you submitted to the Lord in your lifetime and that should earn you a place at the feet of your Creator. Still cannot find enough words to console your wife Ose but be rest assured that you will always be remembered. Rest on Kenny, farewell and God be with you till we meet again!!!

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Posted by Adekemi Fakorede-Padonou on May 16, 2020
Please accept my heart felt condolences. I pray the Lord's Guidance and love will continue to envelope the family. Please take heart, the Lord knows best but live with the hope of our Lord Jesus Christ that All will be Well(A.W.E.). Kemi Padonou(nee Fakorede) former student of Feggicola
Posted by Kalada Richard on May 15, 2020
I really don't know what to say. The news of your death came as a rude shock to me. Indeed late that night before your leaving this world, I spoke with you about 2-3 times on phone there was nothing to hint that you will not make it to the following morning. We agreed to meet at the Mainland hospital the following morning at 7am. Sadly, this was not to be as instead the information I received was that you had passed on into glory. Your death is a very painful reality, but God knows best. It was however, a a great privelege knowing you as a brother in Christ and a fellow minister in the vineyard of the Lord in RCCG LP24. We are comforted in the fact that you died in Christ. You were such a serious and committed christian, a faithful and zealous as well as sacrificial minister in the vineyard of the Lord. Your legacy lives on. I pray that the Almighty God will comfort your wife and nuclear and extended family, as well as the body of Christ. Rest in the bosom of our Lord until we meet to part no more. Adeiu Pastor Kehinde Oluyanwo.  Pst Kalada Richard
Posted by Akinjide Akingbade on May 15, 2020
Hmmmmm. Pst. Kenny Oluyanwo, the news of your transition to glory came to me as a shock but the consolation is that you have gone home to rest. May your soul rest in peace. Adieu
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Kenny's Life Story

Pastor Kehinde Olusesan Oluyanwo, aka ‘Pastor K’ was born in Ibadan on September 27th, 1965 with his twin brother Taiwo, into the family of Josiah and Benedicta Adeyiga Ogunyannwo.

They hail from Makun Sagamu in Ogun State Nigeria.

He had his early education at the Prestigious St. Luke’s Demonstration Primary School, Molete Ibadan and proceeded to Loyola College, Ibadan where he obtained his First School Leaving Certificate between 1977- 1982He later attended Federal Government College, Odogbolu for his Advanced Level between 1983-1985

He attended the Ogun State University, Ago-Iwoye. (Now, OlabisiOnabanjo University) where he studied History and graduated in the year 1990

He had his NYSC programme between 1990-1991 at, Gongola (Now Adamawa) State.
He started his Insurance career with Global Insurance brokers, before proceeding to ACENICO in July 1992

Between September 1999-January 2001- Kenny worked with First Universal Insurance Brokers (A subsidiary of old Universal Trust Bank) as Pioneer Head of Business Development before proceeding to Global Commerce and General Assurance Company in January 2001-February 2003 as a Pioneer Marketing Manager.

In March 2003-August 2006- he was Pioneer Head of Marketing/Business Development, SIGNAL Insurance Company (that was later acquired by Custodian & Allied Insurance Plc.)

In September 2010 – 2011 - he was Head Personal Line & Government Unit, Custodian & Allied Insurance Plc.

Kehinde was a good team player who had always been a member of the teams that have contributed to the development and success story of strong brands in the Insurance Industry today, such as CUSTODIAN & ALLIED INSURANCE PLC

He became an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute of Nigeria, (AIIN) in 2003 and has attended several Leadership and Managerial courses.

Until his death, he was the Managing Director of Gerar Enterprise and G. E Cleaners.

He was the Pastor of RCCG Sure House Assembly. He served his God with utmost dedication.
He was also a great lover of sports and a strong supporter of LIVERPOOL Football Club.
He got married to Ose in 1997 and they are blessed with a beautiful Daughter, Mojolaoluwa.

As a father, he was a disciplinarian, yet loving and kind. He was a father figure not only to his biological children but to many others.
Kenny is survived by his wife, daughter, Aged Mother, Brothers, and sisters, nieces and Nephews, cousins, uncles and In- Laws.

He will be sadly missed.

May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
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Shared by Olayinka Obafemi-Moses on May 13, 2020
Cousin Kenny, Your visit when i became a Fellow of NIM meant a lot to me. Rest on in the bosom of your creator.

In loving memories of a fellow worker in His vineyard Pastor Kehinde Oluyanwo

Shared by Olayinka Agbolahan on May 13, 2020
You were a man of honour and he who lived a life of the fear of God.
Pastor Kenny was a very quiet and easy going man that was committed to the work of God.
The news of your passing away pontificate the fact that this life is short and it is not our home.
I am sure the Lord have a need of good people and that is why HE has taken you away to Himself. 
We love you but God loves you more.
Rest in the bosom of the Almighty God.
Adieu Dear Pastor Kenny.