ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved Lawrence Ojeaga, born on June 24, 1974, and joined the angels in heaven on February 16, 2021. He will forever be in our hearts.
Posted by Bodunde Asafa on March 1, 2021
Lawrence,

I am still shocked! God surely knows best.... Remain blessed in HIS bosom...and many HE comfort your family members.
Posted by Olo Olabintan on February 28, 2021
Dear Lawrence, you were such a lovely, lively, happy, mischievous, authentic and impactful guy.

Rest well in the Lord Bro.
Posted by Florence Okoli on February 27, 2021
Jiggie!

It was the very worst thing to hear about your passing! When Mide posted on FB about a close friend who was a brother passing, I never imagined it was you. When she responded to someone and wrote that Lawrence was gone, I had a premonition but rejected it. When I called and asked if it was the Lawrence I knew and she asked which one and I mentioned your surname...her response in the affirmative shook me to the core!

I remember you from Unilag and how nice you were and how cheerful and funny you were! For some reason you took a liking to me and would tell people same! Even though I would be in my shell, you would always seek me out (calling me Flo Flo) and draw me out and tease me and make me laugh! You were such a good sport and did not mind people making fun of you! You took all in your stride because you were so good-natured!

After Unilag we lost touch. It was my greatest pleasure to walk into Diamond Bank on Marina and see you there as an Oga. You pulled all the stops to assist me with my transaction and when one of the staff messed things up you went over and above board to fix things and calm me down. We maintained contact for a while then lost touch again to my eternal regret!

I did not even realise until now that you lived in NFE where I lived over all these year and also were a parishioner of OLSS which I attended from time to time and I think of all the missed opportunities to have interacted with you and it hurts...so near yet so far! You tried your best to keep in touch as I realise you sent me a Christmas message in 2017 which I must have missed...that would have been a great chance to reconnect!

Seeing djbiso's post of your passing was so heartbreaking! Hmmm! This one is really heavy!

Really sad about your passing. It hurts to think about it and I sort of push it away to some place I do not have to face up to it to deal with the pain.

You were really 'good people'. A great guy! You were such a blessing to many and I pray you are resting with God now. May God comfort your loved ones! God bless your precious soul!

Flo

Posted by Lanre Osibona on February 27, 2021
Death is a sure event that's awaiting us all, our fears lie in the lack of having control over its timing or how it will come.

One then wonders how best do you manoeuvre this incredibly wonderful life we've been blessed to have - what truly makes it wonderful...

In that last moment when one breathe one's last breath, would one be at peace w/ oneself?

Has one's life been truly well lived??

In our quest for self actualisation/self realisation... did we miss the mark???

Different religions have thought us lessons on a purpose driven life.

Well, Lawrence my brother, fondly called Belle, his purpose was clear, he put a smile on everybody's face. He was full of life and warmth. 

I will miss you buddy, sad you had to exit much early. RIP and in beautiful humours in God's bosom.
Posted by Omochelsea Imobhio on February 26, 2021
♥♥♥Wished you a wholesome 2021 and you said ♥♥♥♥"Merry Christmas my darling Sister loads of love to everyone"♥♥♥♥...hmmmmn Almight God Only, knows best.♥♥♥♥
Gone too soon Bro. Rock on in Heavens ♥♥♥
Posted by Ehi Wusu on February 26, 2021
Rest in peace Dear Lawrence. May God comfort your numerous loved ones. Heaven has gained an ever smiling angel!
Rest well bro
Posted by Agbahor Didi on February 26, 2021
It has taken me forever to write a tribute for you Lawrence because this was not the plan.
We met in 2013, Stanbic IBTC, Addo branch. First, we were enemies but then we became friends and ever since then you were a true friend and a big bro. "Ojeags", heaven has gained a good one, definitely!

Rest in perfect peace O'jaga jaga. Didi "Agbalumo"
Posted by Toyin Adeniji on February 25, 2021
Lawrenzzzzzo,
Guess your work here is done.
May the Lord accept your homecoming and give your family the strength to carry on.
Rest in Love brother.
Posted by Akintunde Oyebode on February 25, 2021
Lawrenzo!

While you were here, you lit up the room and shared your wit generously. First as my egbon in Uni, and later as colleagues at Stanbic, I have fond memories of that unforgettable wit, and the genuineness of your friendship.

You represented the best of us, and now that your watch is over, I pray your wife and son find the strength, love and comfort to go on without you.

Rest In Peace, my friend.

Love and Light.
Posted by Anthony Otudeko on February 25, 2021
You did good Bro, i'm proud of you. Hearing the different tributes, I realise how much you gave. Its still hard to think you won't be on the other end of my phone but it's all good i know you didn't quit, so get that rest and thank you for always having my back. We thank you as a family, "Uncle chop knuckle". We'll take it from here until the LORD calls us home too.
Posted by Ama Love on February 25, 2021
Our Dearest Lawrence ("Belle"),

I thank The Almighty God for your remarkable life. Here are some of the reasons why:

Through you and during your 46+ years journey in this lifetime, God specially created and manifested mighty things ---

In and with your vibrant brilliant Son (and all the children / youths you have mentored over the years); with your beautiful and courageous wife, Jane, and your beloved family at-large; with your church family; with your dynamic colleagues and associates who have championed many initiatives and flourished with you throughout your professional career; with your adventurous and devoted friends all over this globe; and with those whom you met, sometimes merely in passing , and changed (inspired) their lives for better.

Millions have passed through and left absolutely nothing truly meaningful. That is not you, our dearest friend and brother.

Our Dearest Lawrence, you thrived and LOVED living; and for over four decades, you joyfully carried so many of us with you -- to simply enjoy life, foster progress, and to not take anything or anyone for granted.

Our Dearest Lawrence, through you and during your 46+ years journey in this lifetime, God specially created and manifested mighty things. Thank You and Rest In Peace.

May God comfort your son, your wife, family and thousands of us who are mourning your heroic departure.

With Love, Gratitude and Admiration,
Bunmi ("Ole'Girl") and The Twins -- Houston (Cypress), Texas, U.S.A.
Posted by Segun Esan on February 25, 2021
Lawrence ‘Belle’ Ojeaga

Lawrenzo my guy... ‘What is all this kus kus you people are doing sef?’ You would fondly say when you would burst into our home in Liverpool many years ago. I still cannot believe I am writing an eulogy, it feels so surreal. Shock, dismay, disbelief, denial. Yet it is true, you are gone. A great guy, whose presence, charm and humor always lit up a room- yet humane enough to always go the extra mile to help a friend in need. Adieu, Rest In Peace dear friend- I pray for comfort & strength for your family at this most difficult time. You will be sorely missed, but never forgotten.
Posted by Olumide Akinrinola on February 25, 2021
Friendship transcends death. Memories made will never be forgotten and created a lasting impression on those they left behind. Everyone became a better person for having such a wonderful friend." Rest on Lawrence

From
Latino
Posted by Armstrong Ogbonna on February 25, 2021
Lawrence it is a privilege meeting and knowing you, you are truly limited edition, a gentleman,kind and compassionate,with good intentions, I pray that the Lord will strengthen your wife and son with your immediate family, till we meet to part no more, Lawrenzo baba rest in peace
Posted by TOMI SODEINDE on February 25, 2021
Law, Lawrenzo, Belle !
Still can't believe it. I will surely miss your wit, laughter, generosity and that creative ability you had to hail and yab your guy at the same time. We will keep and cherish the memories. God knows best. Sleep well dear friend.
Posted by Patience Orogun Nee Akhim... on February 25, 2021
I will surely miss Lawrence who has always known me as Aunty Pppp. Lawrence was always there for me, he always gave hope through his smiles and words of encouragement in everything, he has always been seen as a symbol of hope and light. It is very sad that he is gone. Lawrence will be sadly and deeply missed but never forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family, may his gentle soul rest in peace.
Posted by Kemi Ogunleye on February 25, 2021
Lawrence! Renzo! Are we really doing this? Really??? As I listen to funeral arrangements being made, I keep wondering whose funeral we are really planning. Surely, it can’t really be yours? Na wa o!!

You were (are we really taking about you in the past tense???) my brother’s friend who became his brother, and automatically, you became my brother also.

I typically express myself best in writing, but on this occasion, words completely fail me. I have no vocabulary to adequately express the pain of your passing. As such, I won’t even try. All I will say is that I am grateful for the privilege of knowing you all these years.

Thank you for being a source of light that made our world just that much brighter. May God rest your soul, and may He grant Jane, Liam, and all your loved ones the fortitude to bear this devastating loss.

Keep shining, brother. You will never be forgotten!
Posted by Tayo Arikenbi on February 24, 2021
Lawrence,

The shock of this will never truly dissipate. You enlivened everything you touched. Your presence was always a pleasure. We can take solace in the fact that your life, though short, was well lived.
Rest easy brother, rest well.
Posted by george ikwele on February 24, 2021
Goodbyes are the hardest things to say so I won't bother..instead I know that you're in a better place with God Almighty.

Growing up, you were my elder brother..taught some of the lessons and skills that has shaped me to be the man I am today, so I am grateful.

You were/are an inspiration to so many people and your memories will forever remain with us, with me.

Rest well bro
Posted by Foluso Ogunleye on February 24, 2021
My dear brother and friend, thank you for being you and for living such a worthy, wonderful and impactful life. Your departure has been so painful to many and you will be sorely missed. Rest well Lawrence till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Bisola O on February 24, 2021
Belle.
My man. My Brother.
I have so many memories.
Lagos. Liverpool. Abeokuta. Ekiti. Worldwide.
You are a good man.
And I will miss you.
Rest in Peace, Lawrence...
Posted by Ola Fatogun on February 24, 2021
Lawrence you will surely be missed, Continue to be blessed and you shall live forever in our hearts❤️❤️ Amen
Posted by Yomi Ashiru on February 24, 2021
Belle!!

Our world has become a little dimmer without you, without the constant laughter in your voice, the big smiles on your face that were always very infectious. Our various escapades from Unilag till just a few years ago.
I am lost for words Lawrence, but one thing is for sure you with always live in my memories until we meet again

"What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us"

                            Helen Keller 
Posted by Adeyemi Adelowo on February 23, 2021
Lawrence my brother my friend! Dumebi...Dumebi...you too do! News of your passing has been devastating. Knowing and being your friend has been an absolute pleasure. I will forever miss your loyalty, candor and your support. Though life and geography did not make it easy for us to speak or see as often, our brotherhood has endured the test of time. As I reminisce and reflect on past conversations, one that sticks-out to me is when you told me you were planing on getting married and my response to you was “chai...who is the unlucky girl”? (Jokingly). Lawrence, I don’t know anyone who takes a joke as well as you do...you never get mad, no matter how personal the joke may be. That is a very rare and admirable quality.
My prayer is for the lord to comfort your family in your absence and provide them with the strength and wisdom to continue with life.
You are more than a friend, you are my brother!
I miss you Dumebi...Rest In Peace ✌️

Your boy,
Lowo

Posted by Kehinde Durojaiye on February 23, 2021
You always looked at the brighter side of any situation, taking every opportunity to share a joke and make others laugh.
A rare gem you are. You will be greatly missed.
The Lord comfort and strengthen your family at this time and beyond.
Rest in Peace my friend, my bro...Bele.
Posted by Deinma Koko on February 23, 2021
A difficult tribute to write. Lawrence was my friend right from my year 1 having been in the same department (before he changed his course) . We discussed extensively about our future plans over the years, how to get out of the rat race, etc. I never expected that he wouldn’t be here for us to further strategise and execute those plans. I received one of the worst calls I have ever received on Monday 15th February 2021. I thought it was a hoax and rushed out of bed and sped to the hospital. All the while hoping and praying that he would be fine and that it wasn't as serious as it sounded. Praying to God for him to come out of it and insult us as he would normally - “una dey craze”! But no it wasn’t to be.

Lawrence was a great guy, sociable, intelligent, thoughtful, helpful. My friend. It is sad that i am now refering to him in the past tense. Sleep well my friend Yellow, Bele, Larry.
Posted by Vera Madojemu on February 23, 2021
Lawrence my darling brother, you were always there, through the good and bad times. Your late father was one of my favorite uncles, quiet, kind and gentle brother Tommy with that good hearted nature that you took after. Ur mum will always welcome me to your house in Bode Thomas surulere that became my second home.I chose not to question our maker because He alone knows why.
Just a phone call whenever I come to Nigeria and you always make time out to see me.
I bless God for His faithfulness in your life and the so many lives you impacted on your short journey here on earth.
Goodnight my darling brother till we meet again.
Posted by Grace Agaga on February 23, 2021
My Dearest Cuz,
It still feels like a dream I would wake up from I still can’t believe you are gone.
I am still waiting for a call that this is all a dream and you would call me Gracie like only you could. You were our big brother that we never had growing up. You were so full of life that no one can fill the void with your passing.
I remember our last conversation with you promising to come see me I can’t believe that conversation was to be our last.
Rest In Peace Bro, you will be sorely missed. Till we me again.
Posted by Irenosen Ohiwerei on February 23, 2021
Silly boy! How can you die?

That’s what just keeps going through my head over and over and over

Lawrence is not just my cousin. He is my children’s uncle “Jagajaga”. He was Ehinmi’s besto.

My growing up memories are full of you. The holidays on Johnson street. The Unilag parties you tried to take me to (I hated the one mumsie made me go with you). Trying to hook me up with your friends. Our outings in London with my friends during your Masters days. The chasing of my friends. ‘Wife selection’ and Seme . Being a pillar of strength and support since Ehinmi passed. Our lamentations as bankers. Our discussions on investments and health. The list goes on and on.  Lawrence is always there. Lawrence gets me.

This was so not the plan. 

You promised to visit Kigali. You promised to teach Oje how to handle chicks now that he’s a teenager. Oh God, I believed you! How can this happen?

I am so broken. 

Yet, I dread to think how Liam, Jane, Iya Law, Joy, Bibi and Ehi are taking it. Daily, I pray for God’s strength for them at this time. I pray the Holy Spirit comforts them as only He truly can. He will comfort us all.

I know you didn’t want to go. You had no choice; God called you. I can only imagine the party that you’ve started up there. The celebrations of a good man coming home. You were a good man. 

Cousin Jagajaga, I will hold on to the beautiful memories you helped create. I will miss you.

Love always, Irenosen Ohiwerei (Rere)
Posted by Olufunke Smith on February 23, 2021
I was shocked when I read about your demise and found it unbelievable.
I wasn’t a Marketing staff so only got to see you on rare occasions but you had a good heart and was always smiling and joking.
I would always leave your presence smiling, always.
This is very sad. We would miss you terribly.
But we would not grief like unbelievers.
Sleep on Lawrence till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Helen Adetunji on February 23, 2021
We met barely 5 months and is like have known you for years. U were soo calm and kind to people around you. I was hoping to call you once your doctor returns only for me to get d news of your death yesterday but who are we to question the will of God.....
May God comfort your family at this trying time....

The journey was short but you will be remembered for good
RIP
...
Posted by Temitope Ottun on February 23, 2021
Lawrie, you will surely be missed.....I planned on all 7 of us having lunch as soon as i got back but unfortunately i got the worst news of the year....Am really shaken and in shock. Wonderful and gentle soul you were. You have gone to rest from the world. May you be accepted in Aljannah Firdous. RIP
Posted by Jossi Izunobi on February 22, 2021
Oh NOoooo!... Lawrence?!... Just like that!!! Death! Where art thy sting? This wan worse pass thief in da night o! Wow!!!...
Rest on brother! May your soul and the souls of all the Faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Patrick Briggs on February 22, 2021
Lawrenzoid!!! So it’s actually true?
I’m lost for words to say my brother. You are such a bubbly guy, full of life and easy to get on with. I remember our days together in Liverpool and in Wales. You’re the life and soul of the party, got along with everyone and you’re always fun to be with. I can only imagine what your immediate family will be going through. This really hurts very bad.
Lawrenzoid, I can only bid you farewell until we meet again. God be with you and may God grant your family the fortitude to bare this terrible loss.
Adieu my friend.
Posted by Amanda Leh on February 22, 2021
I am still in shock; I have been since I heard the sad news that our beloved Delaw has gone - far, far too soon. It has taken me some time to gather my thoughts to write this tribute, I guess I've been hoping that somehow I would wake up from this nightmare. 

Lawrence, with your calm and mellow personality, you always had a positive impact on that the lives of people that were lucky enough to have known you, you definitely affected mine. What will I do without you, who do I turn to for advice or even just for a laugh? Even my birthday won't be the same anymore, as being the day before yours, we always touched base unfailingly - first with you calling me - and I returning the sentiment the next day.

You were a true rock not just to me but to all who now mourn your passing. You had a way of making everybody feel that they were dear to you, always exuding so much warmth. The most special thing about you is that you never had a problem letting the whole world know much you cared, about your family, your friends and most of all your beloved son.

You will be sorely missed but I take comfort in the knowledge that whenever I think of you... I have only fond memories
Posted by Ikenna Oguike on February 22, 2021
"Bele"
"Sir"

"Bele"
"Sir"

"Bele"
"Sir"

"How many times I call you?"
"E be like 3 times"

Our normal routine, be it over the phone or in person, we had to get our routine out of the way before we could discuss anything tangible or not so tangible. I've thought of the best way to say goodbye- goodbye to all the plans to start various agric businesses together, goodbye to all the plans to change Nigeria for the better, goodbye to all the plans to build a better life for our families, seems a lot to say goodbye to all at once but who am I to question God's plan?

From the University of Lagos all those years ago to the "University of Lekki" where we eventually found ourselves; ever trying to graduate, ever trying to do better and to be better, you remained steadfast and true to your purest essence and steadfast and true to all who you came into contact with.

I appreciate the man that you were and I thank God for the friend that you became, till we meet again and one last time for the road: "Bele"...."Bele"...."Bele" (no answer....he must be resting).

Rest well brother, Rest easy.

Posted by Roy Omabuwa on February 22, 2021
Rest in power my friend, the joy of being around you diligently touched the lives of so many, made us laugh ecstatically and even now you remind me/us of how necessary it is to reverently cherish every day, every moment , opportunity to smile,laugh. I’ll surely miss you, Bro!
Posted by Akan Ukpong on February 22, 2021
It was so heartbreaking to learn of your passing. I will always remember you as a fun loving, thoughtful and loyal friend right from when we met in year 1, through university years when you would come to play in Medilag or vice versa, and more recent years. I last spoke to you about a year ago, requesting some help for my young nephew and you, in your typical helpful manner, rearranged your schedule to fit him in at short notice.
Belle, it is well with your soul. Rest well till we meet again.
Posted by Dele Adetunji on February 22, 2021
Go well my Bro, it is well, your watch brought joy, love, laughter, fun, craziness and many more to so many people. I remember when we crashed the Subaru at Sheraton Hotel on the way to a party as usual and you said ejo dudu, this one can't stop us from getting to that party ooh. Into the next car in the convoy we where, goodness Bele.
Sleep well Bro, the Lord would not leave your families side. Amen
Posted by Yinka Akinosun on February 22, 2021
Lawrence 'Belle' Ojeaga

You lost the belle.....but the name remained.

I remember those days when we used to run around together in Akoka. From Obayan street through to Anuoluwapo street. Then we continued in Unilag and beyond.

Thank you for bringing your warmth and friendship to the world. Thank you for always looking out for your friends and reaching out. Thank you for being you!

We love you. We also know and are comforted by the fact that God loves you more and has called you to eternal rest.

Rest on till we meet to part no more my friend.
Posted by Kemi Ayorinde on February 22, 2021
Belle! My dear yellow brother,

You were such a light to those around you! You brought your wonderful light into every interaction and had a way of making our hearts light and joyful, our bellies full of laughter - whenever our paths crossed yours. Wow, this has hit very hard!

Thank you for the thoughtful calls to check in on your aburo. My heart is super heavy now.... just maybe some day this will all make sense. Just not today!

Your light lives on in our hearts!
Posted by Kashetolu Lawal on February 21, 2021
Lawrence

My brother and great friend. So many things to miss about you. The easy smile, the wicked wit and above all, your very decent soul.

Rest easy Bro!
Posted by Ayodeji Adeusi on February 21, 2021
Bro,

There is so much to say and yet, words fail me in describing just how loved you were and how much of a positive impact you made in the lives of so many people.

You truly were a rare and special human being.

One of a kind.

I know you will live on in the hearts and minds of all those who had the honor of calling you a friend.

Rest well, my friend.

Until we meet again.
Posted by Kelvin Omiyi on February 21, 2021
Lawrence Ojeaga
(LoRenzo Banfi)

From our pre varsity days through UNILAG where we were room mates and faculty mates till your death, there was always fun and excitement to catch up with you.

I remember the pots of stew you brought from home every sunday and you counting the pieces of meat every morning to be sure none was fapped.

You made our room B211 Jaja Hall constantly lively with music from your cassette player (with songs from Michael Jackson, Shabba Ranks, Boyz 2 Men, Soul II Soul, MC Hammer amongst others). That room was a converging point for many of our jambite friends then.

I remember that female medical student you were crazy about then.

The off campus parties every other Friday night.

Then Shofie broke the sad news to me. I cried and cried that yet another good friend is no more.

Renzo you were indeed a jolly good fellow.

Rest in Peace Bro....

Ehijele Kelvin Omiyi
Posted by Ofure Ogbeide on February 21, 2021
And so your light dims here on earth but we are comforted that heaven has gained an angel.

Death, we all know is sure but when it comes we never know, you've run your race and I'm so glad that during that time I shared in it.

All of us in JOLLOF are gutted but we can't question your creator for asking you to return to him.

Rest in peace Bele until we meet again to part no more. Fafo
Posted by Ibukun Jeboda on February 21, 2021
Lawrence,

It was such a joy knowing and getting close to you from our Unilag days, as we all fondly called you "Belle".

You will be missed as your departure yet again brings life into perspective for the rest of us

May your kind soul continue to rest in peace. Amen!
Posted by Binta Koko on February 21, 2021
Lorenzo, as i fondly call you. You will continue to live on in my heart. Sleep on my brother. God knows best.
Posted by Mudi Sota on February 21, 2021
Lawrence,

Effervescent. Bubbly. Positive. A mischievous smile never far away. I thank you and your creator for your time here.

Some people are put in this world to lift others’ burdens and make things better. You were one of those. I am thankful that I met you, because you made life better by filling it with the fragrance of laughter and joy.

Rest well old friend. May God grant your soul eternal rest in His bosom.
Posted by Segun Olubode on February 21, 2021
Belle,
Clearly! you were a great guy, rest in peace bro. May the Lord be with your family in this difficult time.
Flappy.
Posted by Opeyemi Atunwa on February 21, 2021
Still can't believe the news Lawrence but God knows best. This is a painful loss and I pray God grant your family and loved ones comfort and strength now and beyond. Rest in peace my yellow friend.
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Posted by Bodunde Asafa on March 1, 2021
Lawrence,

I am still shocked! God surely knows best.... Remain blessed in HIS bosom...and many HE comfort your family members.
Posted by Olo Olabintan on February 28, 2021
Dear Lawrence, you were such a lovely, lively, happy, mischievous, authentic and impactful guy.

Rest well in the Lord Bro.
Posted by Florence Okoli on February 27, 2021
Jiggie!

It was the very worst thing to hear about your passing! When Mide posted on FB about a close friend who was a brother passing, I never imagined it was you. When she responded to someone and wrote that Lawrence was gone, I had a premonition but rejected it. When I called and asked if it was the Lawrence I knew and she asked which one and I mentioned your surname...her response in the affirmative shook me to the core!

I remember you from Unilag and how nice you were and how cheerful and funny you were! For some reason you took a liking to me and would tell people same! Even though I would be in my shell, you would always seek me out (calling me Flo Flo) and draw me out and tease me and make me laugh! You were such a good sport and did not mind people making fun of you! You took all in your stride because you were so good-natured!

After Unilag we lost touch. It was my greatest pleasure to walk into Diamond Bank on Marina and see you there as an Oga. You pulled all the stops to assist me with my transaction and when one of the staff messed things up you went over and above board to fix things and calm me down. We maintained contact for a while then lost touch again to my eternal regret!

I did not even realise until now that you lived in NFE where I lived over all these year and also were a parishioner of OLSS which I attended from time to time and I think of all the missed opportunities to have interacted with you and it hurts...so near yet so far! You tried your best to keep in touch as I realise you sent me a Christmas message in 2017 which I must have missed...that would have been a great chance to reconnect!

Seeing djbiso's post of your passing was so heartbreaking! Hmmm! This one is really heavy!

Really sad about your passing. It hurts to think about it and I sort of push it away to some place I do not have to face up to it to deal with the pain.

You were really 'good people'. A great guy! You were such a blessing to many and I pray you are resting with God now. May God comfort your loved ones! God bless your precious soul!

Flo

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Shared by James Ndukwe on February 18, 2021
I remember the first day we met in your office when you took over as the new area manager of VI. That was the beginning our journey together, we clicked and not only worked as colleagues but we became friends. Lawrence I will miss you so much, you have left a big vacuum in my life. I will continue to uphold your legacies.