Let the memory of O.O be with us forever.
  • Passed away on March 19, 2019 .

This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved brother, friend and former Legal Adviser  Olumiyiwa Olowokure . We will remember him forever.


Signed

USOSA (Unity Schools Old Students Association)

Posted by Chigozie Nwagbara on 14th April 2019
Muyiwa, I remember those days I helped you campaign for the position of National General Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, using just my phone to send text messages to fellow Lawyers, as far back as 2012. Thereafter, from time to time, you called me to know if I am fine. I miss your regular Calls of 2012, to be candid! If I had known that you would depart this Earth in 2019, I would have just insisted on hearing from you continuously till you left this World. Muyiwa Olowokure, it beats me hollow to learn that you left at this time, and worse still, without the slightest hint that you were ever sick as the News Report convey. I saw the news of your demise on the internet about three weeks ago, when I was in my usual research mood, looking for something else. I got confused initially because I simply refused to believe it for the first three days. E no go better for satan. Oh yes! Muyiwa, Muyiwa, Muyiwa, oh no! After everything, na like this you take waka from this World, ehn? God have mercy!. Amen. May your Soul rest in peace. Amen!
Posted by Adil Hamman on 24th March 2019
Senior O.O you are a role model to alot of us you encouraged me to join USOSA and still remember our conversation and support. May your soul rest in peace. You shall forever be remembered.
Posted by Titilayomi Akinseinde on 22nd March 2019
Death, a price we all got to pay, when to pay we don't know but its important to live a life worthy of celebration. Though, we grief at your passing, we celebrate you and bless God for what you were able to achieve. Taking solace in the life after death and our meeting at Jesus feet. We pray for the family you left behind that the holy spirit will comfort and console them. Sweet dreams brother. *FGGC, Sagamu.
Posted by CAO Chidi on 21st March 2019
OO, It's difficult to say goodbye because you were such an exceptionally good man in a country in which that species is rare. You were one of the best people I knew or worked with, a steady man in an unsteady country. You believed in our country, in the innate goodness of its people & in the need to better its leadership. You lived it every day. We still had so much more left to do. You set pretty high standards in everything & had a temperament and insight that made the most complicated things easy. You had a capacity to see the essence of everything & to see humour in most things. Unlike most Nigerians, you did not take yourself too seriously & that meant you earned the right to be taken very seriously. Clearly, the good Lord took you very seriously too; that's why He has chosen to you home early. We bow to His will and than Him for sending you our way for these few years. We'll treasure memories of the good you did & the joys of the positive legacies you left. Your premature departure may make us all the poorer but your legacies should make us richer. Travel safe, my brother. #FareTheeWell!
Posted by Tolu Junaid on 21st March 2019
I actually found out last night just by chance and it came as a shock to us all at our NIGERIA SPURS GROUP which is for supporters of Tottenham Hotspur FC. He was one of our great members and we are all devasted by the loss. Sleep well sir and God give your family the strength to bear the loss. COYS!
Posted by Yetunde Olowofoyeku on 20th March 2019
The news of your demise shock my bones but in as much as we want to ..we cannot question the the sovereignty of the Almighty God.... There are so many fond memories we will continue to hold on to...a perfect gentle man full/ filled with life. Farewell bro!!

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