Posted by Ajilore Odejobi on May 4, 2022
May the angel of the Lord lead you home and grant your soul eternal rest.
Posted by Tase Otu on May 4, 2022
Dearest Olu, we miss you as we remember today is your birthday. Continue to rest in the peace of the Lord. Amen
Posted by Olujinmi Tella on May 4, 2022
Dear Olumide,
We remember you today which happened to be your posthumous birthday and pray that God will uphold your family and grant you eternal rest. Sleep on my friend.
Posted by Tomi Ola on July 9, 2021
Uncle Olu! I have fun childhood memories of the times with you and the family.
'Wabbit wabbit' as you normally call the inflated rabbit toy you bought me. You were amazing and hardworking. You will always be fondly remembered. You and Aunty treated us with love and I'm really grateful to God to have met you. The wonderful times spent in Lagos and Portharcourt formed part of my amazing childhood!
This hurts so bad! ! Rest in peace!!!
May God be with the family you left behind!
Posted by Olabamiji Gbolagade on July 8, 2021
It was a big shock when l heard of your demise. Years back when we met as CORPERS at Ogun State College of Education, ljebu Ode, destiny brought as together as friends. Up till you died we still maintained the communication link. Your encouragement enabled me to acquire extra qualifications. Meeting you was not a regret.
Your death is a big blow and it's only Almighty Allah that can give the entire family and WE your friends the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
I pray Almighty Allah to be with his wife, children and families, destiny helpers will locate them to realize there life ambitions.
May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Feyisayo Eletu on July 7, 2021
Daddy!!!! Your passing came as a shock to me I still can’t believe that you’re gone. You were a strong and an amazing father figure in my life. You were kind, gentle, thoughtful, full of love and always had a smile on your face. Some of my best childhood memories were with you and your family. I remember how i and my sister spent our holidays with you back then in port harcourt and even as we’re grown, we still come to spend our holidays with you. Our holidays were usually the best time of the year for us. Even the time you were out of the country, you still called to check up on us. I never knew the last time I would see you was the morning you dropped me off at the airport in February. I never knew.......
Thank you for all the love and care you showered us Daddy. You really inspired me with your warmth and kindness. It breaks my heart that you’re gone so early and I no longer get to see you. I miss you Daddy. Rest on! We love you.
Posted by DEJI THOMAS on July 4, 2021
Olu Concord! Like we used to call you back in the days while we were growing up in Akoka because Concord Newspaper was your favourite newspaper.

Your death was a big surprise to us, devastating and very disheartening too.
Your camaraderie was wonderful because you were unreserved.

When you moved out of Akoka you were still so much around because you were always keeping in touch.

OLUMIDE KEHINDE, it would have been our joy that you spent more years with us, but your Lord who loves you want you home and who are we to query that.

We take solace that you were a good Christian before your home call. We therefore believe that you have joined the saints triumphant.
We are consoled by Rev. 14 vs13. And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest from their labours and their works do follow them. Your good works in the Kingdom of God will continue to speak for you.
Continue to rest in the bosom of your Redeemer till we all shall meet to part no more.

*Adieu Olu Concord!*
Remi Olaniyan
Posted by O Omg on July 3, 2021
I use to buy pork from him. He was always smiling n cheerful. I saw him early June at the filling station. Rest in peace Mr Olumide. This is a shock. I pray God will give your family fortitude to bear this loss. You were a good man Mr Olumide
Posted by Adefunke Gbenro on June 30, 2021
My senior cum brother, I thank God for your beautiful life spent on the planet earth. You have fulfilled your sojourn and gone back home to rejoice with the saints.
  You will be missed actually by family and friends but you cannot deny your heavenly father his love and preference for you.
  Rest perfectly in the bossom of the Lord but remember to greet your friend and classmate " Olufemi Aremu Gbenro " who will be glad to receive you. Adieu my brother till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Ezewanne Vivian on June 30, 2021
Death where is thy sting?
Indeed we will forever miss you,
such an amazing personality,
A wonderful and caring dad to Tolu.
We will Miss you dearly but we know you are in a better place.
Sleep on,Mr Kehinde.
May your soul rest in peace, Amen.
Posted by Ronke Aror on June 29, 2021
Why do the good ones go so soon?
Is it that they leave before they are corrupted?
Only the Most High knows.
You were such a kind and happy person who gave consideration to all.
Olumide, l wish you well,
l wish you all the help you need to find your path home to paradise.
Posted by Olujinmi Tella on June 29, 2021
Olumide, Your unfortunate demise is still a big shock to me. You sat right beside me in church the Sunday before the accident being our society's anniversary. We were together for hours after service and had useful discussions with plans to travel together not knowing it was going to be the last time I will see you. I spoke with you on phone on the way to the hospital on the fateful day and you told me not to worry that you will survive it but alas you gave the ghost. You have been a good friend to most of us and no doubt you have left a big vacuum. Sleep on dear EOK may God grant you eternal rest.
Posted by Moradeke Kehinde on June 29, 2021
"The world changes from year to year, our lives from day to day, but the love and memory of you shall never pass away." Thank you Big Daddy for being in our life. Thank you for the amazing time that we all had when we travelled to Houston and to Nigeria. Thank you for the love that you have given our family. Continually rest in the Lord and rest in peace. ~Iyanu & John Kehinde

Posted by Moradeke Kehinde on June 29, 2021
Big daddy
your death was a shock to us. We find it difficult that you left this world so soon but, I thank God for your life because your life touched many people. I remembered any time I talked to you you always said "No wahala/problem".
We will miss you. May you continually rest in peace. Shine on.
Posted by Moradeke Kehinde on June 29, 2021
~Olusola Kehinde
My dear brother,
I thought I was dreaming when I got the news but now I know that it is reality. I didn't know that you would leave this world so soon. I will miss the way you interact with me the nickname you gave me Ajayi Bembe. I pray that God almighty will continually take care of the family you left behind. We love you, but Jesus loves you more. Sleep well brother in the bosom of our lord savior Jesus Christ until we see each other on that glorious day.
Posted by Olusola Abidogun on June 29, 2021
'Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints'. Gone too soon, but not forgotten.
Olumide, rest in peace.
Posted by Biodun Funmilayo on June 29, 2021
Words cannot express how I feel for you, family and the entire AHOSA, upon the unfortunate death of our own olumide. This an experience that would be the most difficult to put up ; losing a loved one always go with pain. However with the knowledge that God gave and takes as he wishes without explanation to any human being. My prayer is that when the trumpet shall sound, we will meet again to part no more in Jesus Name.
Rest on olumide.
Posted by Armstrong Muji Bello on June 29, 2021
When on June 13, you sent me a message, the response of which you read on the 14th, I never knew it will be the last communication between us.

I was shocked and devastated when I heard about your death.

You were a wonderful friend, an inspiring partner and a great team player. What a loss!

Posted by Esther Bukola on June 29, 2021
Death is inevitable. We all will surrender all to the cold hands of death someday. Yours wasn't expected to be soon be so but who are we to Question God.

My prayer are with the family you left behind. May God comfort them and give them every strength they need to bear the huge loss. 
Rest in Peace, till we meet to part no more!
Oyeleye Bukola
Posted by Durano Merchants on June 29, 2021

OLU MIGHTY....Olumide Kehinde as you were fondly referred to in our group of post-school class friends! Words failed me and emotions overtook my reasoning on hearing the details of your demise from our own Christo Alonge who incidentally was in your company on that fateful day!

While it took me days to come to terms with your sudden and most untimely passage to eternal life I believe, memories of our school years escapades came in torrents that I could ill prevent.

You were such a gentle, caring, thoughtful, helpful and dependable giant, a jolly good fella with infectious smiles and likeable humorous disposition!

We are hard hit by your demise yet, who are we to question the timing of our LORD JESUS CHRIST?

We will miss you dearly, ditto your family, relations, associates and indeed the Awenian community but safe in the knowledge and consolation that your soul is at peace in the bosom of your creator, the GOD ALMIGHTY!

We will meet to part no more and I pray that will be at the feet of our LORD and SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST, .

I, Olaseeni Afolabi "Afor Thug" on behalf of my family and the entire golden class of Awenian '78 of which you were a pivotal front -liner, bid you farewell....Adieu , our Gentle Giant Olu Mighty.

Tribute penned by:

Olaseeni Afolabi "Afor Thug"
Member, Awenian Golden Class of '78
Posted by Sekinat FasholaLiadi on June 28, 2021
I was't prepared for your death. It is really hard to let go, tears still rolls down my eyes when I remember your wonderful, matured and caring advice with your soft spoken voice while discussing on phone.My consolation is that heaven has gained an angel. I miss you Olumide.
Rest in Peace.
Posted by Ajilore Odejobi on June 28, 2021
Olumide my brother name sake , you're a friend, confidant and brother. You always put a smile on my face. When I heard you were taken from us, my heart broke. I dropped down to my knees and cried and cried. I will never find someone to replace the vacuum your demise had left in my heart as you are one in a million. Very attentive, slow to anger and jovial. I will forever miss you brother. Accident shortened your life but death in Christ Jesus will give you eternity with the risen Lord. I love you even in death . God rest your soul and console the family the mourners. Ajilore Adeola Yetunde.
Posted by Toyebi Orishabiy on June 28, 2021
Hmm still like we are dreaming, can't still believe you're gone forever, the Chief adviser of the association Secretary, the great mover of the association one of the architect of the present Executives a great mobiliser always on point in the best way forward for the association few days to the unforgettable day, you sent for the National Secretary to meet you at a function in Awe to discuss your set project, discussions was to be concluded last weekend of June not knowing you would have left us to the world beyond. The Association will never forget your contributions and your efforts on the review of the constitution will be implemented accordingly. Your set will continue the renovation of the first School's building which was top in your heart before death snatched you from us. Olumight your space will be difficult to filled. Adieu Olumide Kehinde. Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ. National Secretary AHSOSA
Posted by Tunde Olawore on June 28, 2021
The care you exhibited and those kind words re-echo. May the Lord abide with your family.
Posted by Christopher Alonge on June 28, 2021
Olumide, death leaves a memory no one can heal BUT Love leaves a memory no one can steal.
"OLUMIDE " you were such a loving and caring friend, I never knew our stepping out together that faithful morning of Wednesday 16th of June 2021 will be our last outing on earth.
I just can't express your natural human relations skills, your genuine love for everyone who came in contact with you.
I couldn't have imagine you'll leave us so soon. It's a great loss for me personally, one can not describe the empty I have presently but I take solace Almighty God you are in a better place.
Olumight as you were fondly called, May all that you left behind be guided and protected by God.
Rest in peace my Buddy, My Gist partner, My Korikosun. Odarinako otun doju ala.
Posted by Ayodele Ayodele on June 28, 2021
We love you but God loves you more Rest in perfect peace. God almighty will give the family grace to overcome the great loss.
Posted by BABANIYI SAM on June 28, 2021
Your exit is very painful and shocking but in submission to the will of God. You will be highly missed especially in a time like this that courageous and brave men are needed to encourage the weak at heart. Adieu beloved brother. We shall meet again at the resurrection morning. GOOD NIGHT. A GOOD SOLDIER OF THE CROSS.
Posted by Ade Odunsi on June 28, 2021
Dear ‘Tolu’s dad’ as we call you in our family, it was with rude shock and disbelieve that we received the news of your sudden passing. You were such a gentle and amiable soul always having a smile on your face.

No doubt that you were a loving and caring husband and father as evidenced by your devotion to your wife and daughter which was such a joy to behold.

You lived a short but fulfilled life and we are grateful to God for this. Though you are no more physically present here on earth, we take solace in the word of God in Isaiah 57:1 (NLT) that states: “The Good people pass away; the godly often die before their time. But no one seems to care or wonder why. No one seems to understand that God is protecting them from evil to come.

May God comfort your dear wife, daughter and the entire family at this very challenging time.

Continue to rest in the bosom of your maker till we all meet on resurrection morning.

The Odunsis

Posted by Tase Otu on June 27, 2021
Dearest Olu, you were a great friend and big brother. Thanks to you and Shola for the friendship and support with which you blessed us. May the Lord welcome you in His warm embrace and give comfort to the family and friends you left behind. Until we meet again, dear friend. Blessings and love always. Tase and Elsa. ❤️
Posted by Akinola taiwo on June 24, 2021
Goodnight uncle mi, till the resurrection morning.
Posted by Akinola taiwo on June 24, 2021
Uncle mi as I fondly call you, hmmmm, your death came to me as a great shock which am yet to come out of it. You have been a wonderful and great uncle. I will greatly missed you. The Bible says in everything we should give thanks, we thank God for the life you lived, we know that on the resurrection morning we shall meet to part no more. Rest in the perfect peace of your creator. Goodnight uncle mi. Taiwo Akinola.
Posted by Ughelie Monica on June 24, 2021
The news was like Thunderstorms to my ears. My soul is bleeding. Daddy Olumide Kehinde hmmmm. Life is indeed transient. I believe God Almighty accepted, hence it happened. Rest in peace Daddy, till we meet in the resurrection morning. Amen.
Posted by Abiodun Awofeko on June 23, 2021
A quintessential gentleman, who believed in the growth of our Estate and gave good advices at any time he attended the CDA meeting. Sleep well
- former chairman Isheri North GRA CDA
Posted by OLUJINMI ODENIYI on June 22, 2021
He was an outstanding member of Awe High School,Awe, Old Students' Association. He utilized his talents, treasure and time for the development of the association. May the Lord grant his soul eternal rest and console his family, friends, associates and well wishers. Adieu.
Posted by Tunji Olaopa on June 22, 2021
The most tasking thing to want to do is searching for the meaning of life. The reason that it is the vocation of this rare breed of humans called philosophers. Daily, what looks real is confounding; the wicked continue to thrive, but the good people reach their end at their prime. Yet we were brought up to know that no tree falls in the bush that God does not know about. Confounding, isn't it? In other words, there are so many issues on which we are seeking for meaning that will only become clearer at the end of time when we reach our final place on the other side ... that of course would be when we gather at the river ... in the words of the song writer, Robert Lowry, to wit:

"... where bright angel feet have trod
With its crystal tide forever
Flowing by the throne of God

Yes, we'll gather at the river
The beautiful, the beautiful river
Gather with the saints at the river
That flows by the throne of God

Soon we'll reach the shining river
Soon our pilgrimage will cease
Soon our happy hearts will quiver
With the melody of peace

Yes, we'll gather at the river
The beautiful, the beautiful river. Gather with the saints at the river. That flows by the throne of God

Maybe then, we will truly understand life's meaning ... maybe many issues of our lives will become clearer

In the meantime, Olumide, continue to rest in the bossom of your maker until that time when at the bank of the river we all come face to face with the creator of heaven and earth. May your soul continue to find rest. Adieu, dear brother,

Prof. Tunji Olaopa
Kuru. Plateau State.
Posted by Stella Igbons on June 21, 2021
Mide, I am still in shock with the sad news
That you are gone. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Razaq Taiwo on June 20, 2021
Dear brother,and senior, it still seems like a dark night dream that you're no more with us on this planet. You moved the motion at a Lagos branch meeting that I, be selected as the deputy chairman of the house in the year 2020, and ever since, we could only met just once till date due to the covid crises. My regards to you even in death. Rest on in perpetual peace brother.
Posted by Abiodun Akintola on June 20, 2021
Olumide, I still find it difficult to believe that you are no more. On Sunday, June 13, 2021, after your Church society anniversary - Young Men Christian League of Surulere Baptist Church, we talked on some issues of our Men's Missionary Union. Your zeal for the work of God is high. How are the mighty falling. Our God is unquestionable, so who are we to query God? What is sure is that you lived well, you finished well and strong. Even at your last moment on this planet, you did not deny God.
Our minds goes to your wife, children, siblings and mama. God will comfort them and stand by them.
Adieu Olumide Kehinde till the resurrection morning.

Posted by Jonathan Falola on June 20, 2021
Brother Olumide. News of your demise rendered me speechless. You foundly call me Jona, we lived together at shobande, akoka for many years and I drew inspiration from you. I really missed you so much and it saddened my heart that you have left this world so soon. May your soul rest in perfect peace. We are not mourning you like men without hope, our hope is in d Lord Jesus Christ. 1 Thessalonians 4: 13 & 14.
Posted by Yemi Ogunleye on June 20, 2021
‘’’Ki a ku ni kekere ko y’eni, o san ju ka d’agba ki a ma ni adiye irana’’
“”Death is an inevitable end for all mortals and it is not by our choice’’
Your exact words in your tribute to a dear friend few months ago.
Your demise was shocking and so devastating but I take solace in the fact that God did the very best for you.
Mr Olumide Kehinde, you were a rare gentleman!
May the Lord grant you eternal rest and grant your family and friends the fortitude to bear this huge loss.

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