Let the memory of Adekunle be with us forever
  • 49 years old
  • Born on May 17, 1969 in Nigeria.
  • Passed away on May 18, 2018 in Lagos, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Adekunle Abayomi Olalekan Fagbenle. 49 years old, born on May 17, 1969 and passed away suddenly on May 18, 2018.

He is survived by his loving and devoted family: his wife Liz; their children Justin and Tami; his father, mothers, siblings and extended family. We will remember him forever.

This memorial website has been created to share memories of our beloved, Adekunle Fagbenle. Husband, Dad, Son, Brother, Grandson, Nephew, Cousin, Uncle, Attorney, Lawyer, Entrepreneur, Friend and much, much more. We will forever cherish this gentle giant, his vivaciousness, humility, dynamic brilliance, wit, compassion and amazing way with words and people. 

We will remember that winning and infectious smile. We miss him dearly!

You are welcome to share your stories, thoughts and memories of him.

UK Memorial Service Details:

Saturday, June 2nd, 2018 at 7:00 PM (doors open at 6:30 PM)

RCCG Open Heavens Christian Centre
194 Broadfields Ave., Edgware HA8 8TF

Lagos Service Details: 

Service of Songs/Night of Tributes:

Wednesday, June 6th, 2018, 4:30PM-7PM

Fountain Court, 1 Oju Olobun Close, Off Bishop Oluwole St., Victoria Island, Lagos


Funeral Service:

Thursday, June 7th, 2018 at 11:00 AM (please arrive at 10:30 AM)

Ebony Vaults Hall Ikoyi, 3 James George Street, Off Alagbon Close, Ikoyi, Lagos


USA (Maryland) Memorial Services:

Family Hour & Omega Service:

Friday, June 15, 2018 7PM-9PM

Mt. Lebanon Baptist Church

2812 Reisterstown Road, Baltimore, MD 21215

Memorial Service:


Coppin State University

2500 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216


If you have any questions you can send an email to:
agachegua@gmail.com / temifagbenle@gmail.com

Posted by Ade G on 20th July 2018
Here He was here Just here In time, they say, in time So we, wait For what? I swear he was here Just here Laughing, those perfect teeth shining larger than life In mind, body, soul In time, they say, in time No He Was Here Scolding Passionate Proud Arms wide wide wide Loudly and silently Here And the world, the insensible world Insentient, insensitive world Flows, moves And we are forcibly moved too But the rhythm is off Feet dragging Minds floating Out of sun, out of sync Mouths chained Steps screaming He. Was. Is. Here
Posted by Aaron Abiodun on 14th July 2018
I'm one of your staffs still active,s o sad you're no longer with us, you taught me to see truth,know the truth,and to walk towards the truth always,boss!,sleep on,cos i know you're not alone,it is well with your soul,as for we the staffs here at ChapterOne,in Lagos Nigeria,Emmanuel!!!
Posted by Ade G on 21st June 2018
If roses grow in heaven Lord please pick a bunch for me And place them in my brother's arms And tell him they're from me Tell him I'm sorry that I drew away, that I I didn't pull him close That I took us for granted, and got caught up in my woes Tell him I love him and I miss him, and when he turns to smile Place a kiss upon his cheek and hold him for awhile Because remembering him is easy, I do it every day But there's an ache in my heart That feels like it will never go away (adapted from poem by Anon)
Posted by Esho Godwin on 7th June 2018
Dear Kunle, what can i say that has not been said by so many others. What requiem can i sing for this pligrim on his way back home? What a great privilege to know this rare gem. A finer chip of the old block. ' When i remember what friends, families and acquaintances had lost with this death, water run a way me down.' ADIEU till we part no more. Esho Godwin
Posted by Bose Omotoso on 3rd June 2018
Gone too soon, Adekunle Fagbenle.... I'll miss you. Though we haven't seen in close to 30 years I see you maintained your cherubic charm. Go on charming the angels out of their shining garments as you join the saints triumphant. Didn't know we weren't that much older than you, you accorded Joyin and all her friends, me inclusive, so much respect. I pray the Lord consoles all family and friends you left behind... Good night Adekunle
Posted by Adetunji Adeyeye on 2nd June 2018
Kunle Fagbenle, you were a bright light extinguished by the cruel hand of death too soon. Your memories lives on. Prince David Adetunji Adeyeye
Posted by Obi Chukwura on 31st May 2018
Hmmmm! Simply no word. Very painful exit. I haven’t seen Adekunle or the Fagbenles’ for over 30years but our families have always kept in touch. I remember Kunle very well as a very pleasant and astute young man, I didn’t know at the time that I wasn’t that much older, he accorded the same respect to all, old or young. That smile, that very famous smile. I had just learnt of his birthday on May 17 and had googled him and had read & listened to countless interviews of him and all of his achievements and accolades and was basking in that euphoria of knowing he had become this famous and dynamic young man and then BOOM! another phone call came of his demise and for a minute I thought it was a sick joke or a misspeak, a really sick joke. But heaven and the Angels came calling early, it is said that the good ones don’t last long. Do we question GOD? Hmmm!!! I am so sorry for this loss but.....Words can’t even describe. Dear kunle, I wish we could have met again as adults and as parents so we would share stories, so many to share. May your family be comforted. May your soul rest in the bosom of our lord. Adieu dear friend and brother, may your gentle soul Rest In Peace, Amen. Still SMH.
Posted by Olabiyi Oladeji on 29th May 2018
It is very hard to come to terms with the sad news that you are no longer here with us Bro Kunle. Even though you're gone, you touched so many peoples hearts in so many ways with your love, warmth and kindness. You were caring and always interested in my goals and ambitions. Always encouraging progress and growth, always willing to share your knowledge and experience for the rest of us to learn from. Your legacy will forever live on through family and friends. Heaven just gained an Angel and I'm sure you'll always be watching over us. We miss you Big K and you will never be forgotten. Rest in Peace bro, Love you..
Posted by Akinwale Fademi on 29th May 2018
Bro. Kunle, your untimely departure will definitely be felt by everyone that you came in contact with during the short but eventful life you lived. What you left are memories of inestimable value full of Love, Joy and Happiness. My surprise birthday visit to you on the 17th of May 2018 will forever linger in my memory, you were so happy to see me, you were full of life and as usual full of smiles, you shared a lot of your memorable moments with me, you dug deep into your archive to bring pictures and brochure of African Telecommunication Network, (ATN), a Telecoms company you and other partners established in some countries in Africa in the early 90s. A giant feat at a young age of 24/25 by my estimation. You also discussed your next height to conquer with me, you told me you will be running for an elective post in the next general elections and that you just got back from your constituency, you asked me what my plans are, we discussed, we laughed and laughed. You brought back beautiful old memories. It was as if we both didn't want the night to end as we walked outside to see me off. All throughout my brief visit on the 17th of May 2018, you showed no sign that it would be the last time I'll see you. Bro Kunle, you lived an exemplary life, you touched everyone around you one way or the other. You were fun to be with always. You will be forever missed.
Posted by Oladimeji Owofemi on 28th May 2018
Our Dear Kunle Fagbenle...Kunle The Family Man...Kunle The Ever Smiling Man...Kunle The Gentle Giant...Kunle The Law...Kunle The Entrepreneur...Kunle The Diplomat...Kunle The Emerging Political Colossus...Kunle The Omoluwabi...Kunle The Olori-Ebi...Helloooooooooooooo, Hope You Can Hear Us: Bon Voyage Enroute Voutre Eternity...Adieu! - Uncle Dimeji & Aunty Moni.
Posted by Yemi Lawal Oladeji on 28th May 2018
Brother Kunle... When you were my Boss, you were a fair boss Next you were my Coach, you were a very sincere coach When you became my Brother, you were my favourite big brother When we played games, you were a worthy opponent When we told stories, yours were most hilarious Since you have joined the stars above, you have become eternal... Shine one Great One, till I see you again.
Posted by Abi Oladeji on 28th May 2018
For you Big Brother I'll light a candle in your memory I'll lay a flower to celebrate your beauty I'll sing songs of thanksgiving for your impact that shall live on I'll look around me And see the countless lives you touched And see you through each one you have blessed I'll take comfort in the grace of our God that through it all, he knows best You're gone, but not forgotten Your indelible marks are still here to see Your footprints in the sands of time Gone but not forgotten My big brother Kunle Sleep on, see you soon
Posted by Abi Oladeji on 28th May 2018
My big brother Kunle, forever missed. How can I eulogise you? Words are not enough to describe your generosity, your empathy, your blessedness. You were a gentle giant, and your smile, your words of wisdom, your welcoming spirit is one that will be missed. It's really sad that you're gone. It hurts. So so much. Thank you for all you were, for your words of wisdom when I hit the big 40. For calling me all the way from Lagos to give me your best wishes. That's who you are, the big brother to all of us. Thank you for how you welcomed Yemi when she first came to London, for employing her to give her a 'leg up' and experience of work in the UK. For being her mentor and friend, for looking after her all those early days of her settling down in a new country. Thank you Bro Kunle. You may be gone from this earth, but you remain forever precious in our hearts, forever remembered, never forgotten. Adieu egbon mi, love you forever!
Posted by Adesanya Bose on 28th May 2018
EULOGY TO COUSIN ADEKUNLE ABAYOMI OLALEKAN ALADE FAGBENLE I was confused and sad at the same time; and was still trying to make sense of the news; in that confused state, starting from my broken heart, my emotions somehow meshed and the cauldron found an outlet through the eyes as I bled buckets of tears, ALAS! Our first grandson of the Adebola Ekisola family of No. 8, Franklin Road, Apapa Road, Lagos is gone. Can I ever forget my relationship with Bros K which I’ve had a very cordial and mutual family friendship with? This was someone whom I grew up wt at Akoka in some of our school days in the early 80s, i remember a particular childish play we all had at home one fateful afternoon after d school hours, i was afraid you could have a broken leg but he escaped it.. I recall the last day we were together at the Marcopolo Chinese Restaurant Lekki when you had a surprised birthday bash for your dear Mom, my Aunty when you came around to where i was seated and we talked in our usual way with your ever soft and pleasant voice, i later wondered if you were actually bidding me a goodbye. No farewells were made, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why but those last moments will forever linger in my mind. A golden heart stopped beating, handwork hands at rest , God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best… BROS K. YOU ARE ONE OF THE VERY BEST WE HAVE. As painful as your death is to the entire family, friends and admirers, we shall live to remember you as a kind, peaceful and loving person; thus, the caliber of good people with whom you associated with made it evident for your death to go viral on most social media So what do i say about a man who was an unfailing Son, Nephew, Cousin, Father, Spouse, Friend and a reservoir of knowledge? He was all that and much more----A man who loved life PLEASE don’t think of him as gone away for his journey has just begun, just think of him as resting from the sorrows & tears in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and years. Think how he must be wishing that we could know today how nothing but our sadness can really pass away and think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched---for nothing loved is ever lost and he was loved so much. May the Lord console his parents at this time, Liz his spouse & his very young kids, Justin Ayomide & Oluwatamilore, the Almighty God will give the entire family at large, friends and well-wishers the fortitude to bears this earthly exit buh Heaven's gain in Jesus name amen. Adekunle Fagbenle, Alade edu Omo a lu agogo mu emu Omo oolora Omo abeja gborogboro ninu omi.... Omo Imupa asayan Omo aleku m'adehin, Omo ag'eshin l'osa g'eniyan loru. A fe oo sugbon Jesu fe o ju. SUNRE OOOO ALADE EDU!! Abosede Adesanya (Nee Sowunmi) Grandchild, Michael Adebola Ekisola family.
Posted by Olaonipekun Fagbenle on 27th May 2018
My big brother, my second father. Thank you for everything . I love you and you are with me forever .
Posted by Wande Olaleye-Adebiyi on 27th May 2018
This doesn’t even begin to make any sense. And honestly I felt like if I delayed this long enough I would be told that it was just some sick joke and I wasn’t going to write a tribute in memory of my vibrant 49year old go getter cousin Kunle Fagbenle. Honestly there are some people in your life that you are not exactly sure when they implanted themselves in your life (he did as he was 6 years older) but I have always been aware of him. Birthday parties, family events (his Mum is my mum’s immediate older sister,the S’Agba to my mum’s S’Kekere) but my more concrete memories were from when he was leaving St Finbarrs and wanted to study law at The Obafemi Awolowo University but gained admission for History instead at The University of Lagos, He was disappointed quite alright said some Uncles laughed at him that it was a feminine course but I remember my mum assuring him he just had to do well and it would put him in good stead for Law afterwards. That was my first contact with Kunle’s doggedness and determination he was going to do what he was going to do . Fast forward, America came calling he went to law school. HE DID IT! Parallel to the passion for law was his physical gift of being very tall, Surely the NBA was a given, I was sure of court side seats because my cousin was going to be just like his idol Akeem the Dream. But Law triumphed. I remember visiting him in Baltimore he was going to be away the first few days of my trip but he gave me full access to his apartment, when he returned I remember all the fun we had . Then he eventually transitioned back to Nigeria. By then he was a big shot lawyer, and he added the feather of husband and father to his cap. We were all delighted. Kunle was a staple at EVERYTHING I did by now. Birthdays big or small. Weddings, Dinners he would always show up no matter how short the notice. He was that kind of guy. Dependable. He would always reach out to me about one venture or the other or an idea he thought could make us some coins. And if it wasn’t how we could make some bank he was planning something to put a smile on someone else’s face . He was Kind , he was Generous , he was Articulate, he was an Amazing Father Justin and Tami were the center of his world and him theirs . All his personal hopes all his dreams,Sadly are gone now. But to forget Kunle will be somewhat of an impossibility. A pill too bitter to swallow . A thought too difficult to comprehend. We though must hold on to the memories, celebrate his legacy and support the beautiful young family, both parents and entire extended family that he has left behind. “Some are bound to die young, By dying young a person stays young in people’s memory. If he burns brightly before he dies, his brightness shines for all time” : Unknown Author. Alade Edu Omo Olo Ora Igbajo Iloro Omo Alagogo Mu Emu Omo A Bi Eja GboroGboro Ninu Omi Rest In Peace My Dearest Brother. Omowande Olaleye-Adebiyi (nee Adeniyi-Williams)
Posted by Nike Makinwa on 27th May 2018
My dear Kunle, You have such presence and the most generous heart that I have ever known. It is right to say you leave a positive and lasting impression on anyone you come in contact with. Some of the fondset of memories are those of us growing up at Morris! Your smile, even temper, ever the 1st to see the funny side of things even amongst the 'Eyeores' of this world! The Lord knows why He called you this early, for those you have left behind we have to trust for strength to carry on ensuring that your legacy and your light continues to shine bright into the distant future... You achieved so so much in your short time on this earth and mad a difference to the many lives you touched. You are a much loved family man; the strong memories you created will continue to abide. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Nihinlola Olagunju on 27th May 2018
What a great loss! Am still shocked and devastated about your death! Who will call me "Egbon mi olojo kan" as you used to tease me? Death has broken the bond of the three Musketeers of the Fagbenles (myself you and Lola Ayeni) your good deeds are too numerous to mention I can't forget your effort in joining us at ota at my son's graduation but you were hooked up in the hold up for hours! Who are we to query God? May your gentle soul rest in peace Adieu 'Aburo mi atata' till we meet to part no more in the bosom of Almighty God.
Posted by Alexton Miller on 27th May 2018
A Tribute To My Brother & Friend There comes a time when we are touched by a few special people in our life time! And it so for me when I met AdeKunle Fagbenle! I am truly blessed to have met a friend like him. He was a man who was uplifting, dedicated and purposeful! Kunle was a very supportive, inspiring, and friendly person. But one of his most impressive attribute was that he loved his family - it was well demonstrated, how he would talk about his little sister and his younger brother... Kunle - you had a smile that would light up, not just a room, but several rooms! I can remember when we would see each other on Coppin's campus and other places - you would greet me in your proud Nigerian accent - ALEXOOOOOO! I will forever miss your big smile and hearing that special greeting from you! You were someone very special -always a joy to know giving of yourself -that's what matters to you a loving brother -a loving friend! I will miss you - but your smile and your memories will live on with me forever! Rest my Brother, rest my friend! REST...
Posted by Dotun Fagbenle on 27th May 2018
Tribute by Logunde Igbajo of Igbajoland, Chief Dotun Fagbenle, Adekunle's uncle What else can one say? Only on the eve of his birthday I had a long conversation with my Super K. Responding to my statement that 'I'll be coming tomorrow for your birthday', he said 'bros Dots I'll be visiting motherless babies home ni o', to which I also gave him back, 'so who do you think I am, have I not been a motherless baby since 1999?' He then went on to 'serious business', which was politics. I never knew he was neck deep in it. He wanted me to contribute to his publicity and I told him I'd package something 'tomorrow, your birthday' and requested for his profile.. Here's the birthday writeup on Facebook: ''Super K is a year older today! Years back, at Morris St., Yaba where he grew up, Kunle admired Hakeem Olajuwon who's nicknamed The Dream. He wanted to be a celebrated basketballer like him, and with this in mind, he went to the US both for further studies and for basketball. he would play for his college, so he wished. At the same time, he had another idol, a role model whom he adored, and prayed he would take after professionally: Chief G.O.K Ajayi! In his US College, basketball was not to be, and so he was not to be Kunle the Dream..but his second option was, and so he became "Super K the Reality". Kunle excelled in law school and in practice, actualizing his resolve to be like his granduncle...Chief G.O.K. Ajayi. The rest is in his bio which is summarised below": "Kunle Fagbenle is dual qualified as a U.S. Attorney and as a Solicitor and Advocate of Nigeria. He has global experience in over 35 nations including project responsibility in 15 African countries, as well as expertise in multiple specialist sectors including, Infrastructure, Telecommunication, Oil & Gas and Private Equity.  Prior to his return to Nigeria, he was the Managing Partner of Global Lawyer, Silverman, Shin & Byrne, a U.S. cross-border law firm with offices in the Maryland/Washington, D.C./New York axis.  He currently sits on corporate boards and serves as an independent Subject Matter Expert to the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. In the 1990s, prior to his law practice, Kunle served in senior leadership positions with U.S. telecom giant, WorldCom and with ATN, a private telecommunications consortium of 27 countries, where he was the driving force in establishing one of the first GSM mobile networks in Africa, and where he participated in the privatization of several government-owned telecom monopolies. Kunle holds the distinction of being the first lawyer of Nigerian descent to receive a Professional Legal Excellence Award in the United States of America (2002), in recognition of his exemplary work in advancing the rights of disadvantaged communities.   Additionally, Kunle was appointed as the personal lawyer to a sitting President of Nigeria (Chief Olusegun Obasanjo); General Counsel to former Military Head of State, General Abdulsalami Abubakar; and Legal Counsel to the Information Committee of the House of Representatives (Nigeria).  Among his academic and professional accomplishments, he holds a doctorate degree in law (Juris Doctor) from the University of Maryland School of Law (USA), and attended Business School at the University of Oxford (UK), where he studied Private equity and was selected as one of the ambassadors of the Said Business School.  He is also a graduate of Coppin State University (USA), where he served as Student Government President for two terms (1990 to 1992).   Kunle is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., the first African-American intercollegiate fraternity known for Manly Deeds, Scholarship and Love for All Mankind and whose membership includes great historical leaders such as: Martin Luther King Jr. W.E.B. Du Bois. Frederick Douglass, Andrew Young, U.S. Supreme Court Justice- Thurgood Marshall and Jamaican Prime Minister- Norman Manley. He is the first child of popular Newspaper Columnist and Publisher, Mr. Tunde Fagbenle. His mother, Mrs. Titilayo Ero is a retired civil servant.  Kunle is a grand-nephew to the late legendary lawyer, Chief G.O.K. Ajayi, (SAN), who was the lawyer to Late Chief Obafemi Awolowo and the Unity Party of Nigeria (UPN). Kunle is blessed with two children".  And I concluded thus: "Kunle is eminently qualified to lead Lagos State to becoming the megacity dreamed by Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, and I'll advise BAT starts the  grooming now. Fed. Rep. or to start with, the State Assembly will be a good take off point. KF de, itura de! Super K de, irorun de!! Kunle de alafia de!!! Long live Super K!" Kunle called to thank me for the comprehensive writeup not knowing he was sending me his complete profile as funeral oration... Kunle, you came, you saw and you conquered! You did not write the Fagbenle family name in pencil...to be erased and forgotten(through you) but rather you wrote it boldly in gold on marble, always to be remembered for good... We'll keep seeing you in the children you left behind and they'll surely be greater than you were. Adekunle Alade Èdú, omo oba dúdú arágan, omo oba wàrà ònà 'Jèsà, gbédù arágan gbóye ròkè'sídà, omo opón ní gèrú ab'omo' kùnrin lànti lànti, omo Olóorà, omo gbungbun gbà, omo àgbò mejì ò mu'mi lákoto, omo afó bí àgbá wòlú, omo a lè mu lè rà, bí e rí'gbá funfun lóorà è mò pé'lé tù wá, omo ar'ígbá funfun k'édò màálù sí, Omo afòru là kójú tómó ní'bi t'ó ti ñ'gba omo elòmíràn là.. Òpó ilé rîn, òpó ide ni ni'Jesa. Omo Lógûnde Òkè'rèsì, omo ìran Lútisékù ìran Ògùdù láti Ilé Òdolé ní Ilésà tí ó wá tèdó sí Ìgbájo. Ìwo l'omo Ìgbájo Ìlórò omo alagogo m'emu.... "Bros Dots" nki e pe, sun re o!
Posted by Titi Anugwom on 27th May 2018
My Dear Kunle. My aburo. A week has passed. I still cannot believe that you are no longer here. I try not to think too much. Because then, it won't really be true, and This would not really have happened. How is it possible that you, Kunle Fagbenle- Larger than life. Gentle giant. Charisma King- second only to your dad, Uncle Tunde. Kind, Thoughtful. Funny. Mischievous former teenager. Uncle Dotun's second in command. BELOVED Cousin, Son, Brother, Husband, Father Are no more? I slumbered. Burdened by the stress of living. Thinking you would always be here. And in a blink of an eye, You were gone. I love you, Kunle and I miss you. But I know that you are sitting in the bosom of our Lord, beloved. Smiling as you always did. Until we meet again. My Beloved
Posted by Bosede Efunwoye-Obeke on 27th May 2018
It is a week now since Nihinlola broke the news of your departure and I just could not but remember the softness of your voice even though you were such a giant. All I remember is that you often had a smile. Uhmn I have been so angry that death could take such an accomplished good soul like yourself. Sleep on in the bosom of our Lord. Sleep well my beloved. Ma je okun ma je ekolo, ohun ti won ba nje lajule orun ni ki o ba won je. Whao you were so effusive in the way you showed your affections. Goodnight my dear
Posted by Olabosipo Fagbenle on 27th May 2018
TRIBUTE TO OUR SUPER K An adage says that the tragedy in life does not lie in not reaching your goals but the tragedy lies in having no goal to reach. Adorations must therefore be given to God Almighty that our dear brother and Nephew, Kunle Fagbenle’s short period of stay on this side of the divide is filled with an epitome of goals and achievements which are worthy of emulations, particularly by our young generations. We have a catalogue of countless pleasant memories of you from childhood to adulthood. You were a wise gentleman and firm in your convictions. Your life was filled with unparalleled humility, integrity, humour, hard work, honesty, optimism and kindness to everyone that came your way. You were a prolific writer, an avid reader, an astute legal luminary and a skilled speaker that inspired both younger and older ones. Our last encounter with you was when you branched to say hello to the surviving matriarch of Pa. Osho Fagbenle, Mama Monisola Abeje Fagbenle at her Apata, Ibadan home on 22nd December, 2017, a day after attending your Cousin (Nike Oladipo)’s wedding in Ibadan. In human thinking, your demise is still a rude shock and deep sorrow in our hearts. Yet, it is difficult to believe that you are gone so soon. In the same vein, we are convinced beyond reasonable doubts that our Very Own Super K is now resting in the bosom of the Lord, singing praises and giving thanks to God Almighty for a short but fulfilled life. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord till we meet at His feet. Adieu, Super K. Professor and Deaconess Boopo Fagbenle Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Posted by Adesanya Bose on 27th May 2018
It saddens my heart to hear the news of your demise, Bros K. my Egbon, our first grandson of the Michael Adebola Ekisola family. I never knew it was actually going to be the last time I will see you, were you actually bidding me goodbye when we sat a month ago having a tete-a-tete? You were pleasant, good and very ambitious a being, your calm and humble personality will forever be remembered.. I pray at this time the Almighty God comforts your parents, your immediate family and the family at large in Jesus name amen. Adekunle Fagbenle, Alade edu Omo a lu agogo mu emu Omo oolora Omo abeja gborogboro ninu omi.... Omo Imupa asayan Omo aleku m'adehin, Omo ag'eshin l'osa g'eniyan loru. A fe oo sugbon Jesu fe o ju. SUNRE OOOO ALADE EDU!!
Posted by Temi Fagbenle on 25th May 2018
Words do not suffice. We miss our BBK. The first of the twelve. A leader by example. We are thankful for the time we had with him. He lives on through his beautiful family, and through the profound impact he had on all of us. Thank you, my brother. Rest In Peace. Speak to you again one day.
Posted by Luti Fagbenle on 25th May 2018
ISAAC VALEMA Speaking from my tan tin little time that I stayed with him in madam Ally’s house house in Dollis Hill London, there is nothing to stop me from saying Kunle he was a great Father to his two children and had a bigger heart I have ever seen. He was a great man and his life time has to be an example to follow, he was a bigger brother to look after the small brothers and a great son the parents to feel proud of. We can't blame God 'cause his so selfish keeping the great things all to himself, 'cause we have to fill up our heart with a hope that his soul will still be living upon us. Honestly there is nothing much I can do than asking you as a family to stand for one another in these such hard time. If there is anything I can do for the family please do not hesitate to ask anytime. I will more than happy to help. Thank you. Isaac.
Posted by Dolapo Olusina on 24th May 2018
My loving cousin with a beautiful heart. I am so heartbroken and beside myself with grief. How could this have happened? You were a big lover of family-- cousins, aunts and uncles. I am so hurt, upset and confused. I pray that the Holy Spirit will do His miraculous work of comfort on S'agba, your dad, wife, kids and our entire family's hearts. Lord, I lay our grief at Your feet; You know how much Bro Kunle is loved by all of us. But I know You love him exceedingly more. Bro Kunle, oh how we will miss you.
Posted by Tope Hassan on 24th May 2018
It's a week the cold hands of death snatched you away from this world, Gone but not forgotten, Gone but still alive in our hearts, We love you, But God knows what's good for you. We miss you, Even more than we can ever imagine. Adieu dear sister and friend. May the Almighty God uphold the family you left behind. Kunle, memory of you is all that we've got.
Posted by Tolulope Popoola on 23rd May 2018
My dear Egbon, its difficult to accept that you are no longer with us. Growing up, you were that big brother, myself and siblings looked forward to seeing every time you were in town. I saw you last about a month before you moved on to join the Saints in the greater glory you now dwell in. You had a heart of gold, so genuine and kindhearted and you played a very key role in keeping the extended family together. Funto always described you as ‘that my Uncle that has an innocent face’, to think a little girl thought that, how else could you be described? We take solace in the fact that you are now asleep in the Lord. You’ve left an enormous vacuum in our hearts and I pray for strength for Uncle Tunde and Aunty Titi as you sure were one child to be extremely proud of. We love you and pray for the beautiful family you left behind that the merciful God will be their succor and your legacy will surely leave on through Justin & Tami. We will miss you so very much Egbon mi, adieu till we meet again! Tolulope Popoola (nee Adeniyi-Williams)
Posted by Pearl Ajayi on 22nd May 2018
It's so sad to hear of the sad loss of Kunle in the prime of his life. Words cannot express the grief my family and I share hearing this sad news. Always with a cheerfull and uplifting smile. You will be greatly missed but the memory of you will live in our hearts forever. Rest in perfect peace. We love you but God love you best.

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