ForeverMissed
Tributes
Posted by Nathan Aguru on January 22, 2012
"May the Lord grant him heavenly peace and strength to his love ones!"
Posted by Rena Prior on January 20, 2012
My sympathy goes to Dr Brown-West family.Dr Brown-West was my first Transportation instructor at Morgan State University . I enjoyed his class and reading his book "The Big Dig"
Posted by HILDA OKEREKE on January 19, 2012
So so sad to hear this. The last time he was at my church in CA, we interacted much. The Lord knows the best for our lives. He gives and takes away. You will greatly missed. Adieu!
Posted by kate luchtel on January 19, 2012
My prayers are with you. 
But God will free my soul from the power of the grave. For He will take me to HImself. Psalm 49:15
Posted by Nichole Runnels on January 18, 2012
Obele and family,

My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. May your memories be of great comfort to you. Your father sounds like an amazing man!

Love, Nichole
Posted by Diepiriye Douglas on January 18, 2012
Dr. O. Brown-West,
It's a rude shock when the sad news of your passing to glory came....because earlier, on my arrival to New York I had been told of your trip to Nigeria. What a mix bag? May your gentle soul rest with the Lord. I pray for Divine strength & healing to your children & relatives that you left behind..Amen. Rest with the Lord. Adieu.
Posted by Esther Boro on January 18, 2012
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Dr Oriaye. Amen
Posted by Sopukro Tienabeso on January 17, 2012
The news of your untimely death came as a very unpleasant shock to me. When we spoke on Thanksgiving day, all seemed well.
I wil miss you both as a dear cousin and an excellent mentor.
Posted by NIMISOERE WOKOMA on January 17, 2012
"..... Where is death's sting¿. Where, grave thy victory." we triumph still, if Thou abide with us.
-H.F LYTE.
God Rest ur soul, Uncle.
Posted by Arash Adeli on January 17, 2012
He was my First Teacher at the Morgan State University. May seemed he was a little rough on students But was very oncerned about their success.
One of the best people I have ever met...a very Good Hearted teacher.
May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Williamba Okuchaba on January 15, 2012
Oriks, why did you leave us? I will miss your Saturday calls. Dear brother, wonderful friend and great son of Buguma we will miss you..." Sleep well Oriks, take your rest, we love you, but God loves you best."
Posted by Winston Amachree on January 14, 2012
Dear Bro Oriks, you were truly a teacher, leadership role model, community development organizer & elder statesman. You were a big brother worthy of emulation. Thank you for your love for individuals & communities enlightenment for freedom from the bondage of ill-education. The multitude of lives you touched will celebrate your life and miss you fondly. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by mereh davis-west on January 13, 2012
The news of your transition to be with the lord was shocking and devastating to all of us,but the good memories of you will ever remain .the lord giveth life and takes it as well. May you rest in perfect peace with him,we love and will miss you bro.
Posted by Aaron Nmungwun on January 12, 2012
This is the greatest shock of 2012. Orikaye, you were indeed one of a kind and there is now a vacuum in Ijaw Nation. Follow the Light and all shall be well. Adieu my brother.
Posted by Daba Asemebo on January 12, 2012
Brother Oriks, When I saw you on the 2nd of January 2012 at PH airport, we had a short conversation and you told me all wasn’t well. When I left you to board my flight I said to you “bye, journey mercy” I never knew it was a farewell. Although I saw your condition, your death came too sudden. I will greatly miss you. The Kalabari community has lost a great son. May your soul rest in peace
Posted by Richard Stuller on January 12, 2012
Dr. Brown-West you will be truly missed by all that you have touched in your lifetime. Thank you for passing on your knowledge to others to use. Rest in Peace
You will be missed!
Posted by Obelebra Davies on January 12, 2012
It's so incredible and shocking to know that you have made your final journey home to be with your maker who needed you the most.l am sure,without a shadow of doubt that you are now resting at the feet of christ your lord and savior.l thank and praise God for who you are to your children,love ones,the kalabari people,River state people and particularlly me.l miss you,REST IN PERFECT PEACE
Posted by Alice Williams on January 12, 2012
My deepest sympathy to the Family of Dr. Brown-West. I truly treasured, looked forward to, and enjoyed his every visit to Morgan State University. His was truly unique and a pleasure to work with. A job well done Dr. Brown-West - may you rest in peace.
Posted by Catherine Ebi Soberekon on January 12, 2012
Oriks, my Cousin, brother, friend & my President. I am still in a daze. You called me on Xmas day from Nigeria, no even a sign of illness from your voice, you fooled all of us. I was evening expecting my routine sunday call when Daerebo called on Saturday to tell me you were back to the State & gravely ill. The next few hour you walked away w/ out saying goodbye Ebi.Always be remembered.
Posted by Steve Benstowe on January 11, 2012
May his soul rest in peace. The Ijaw foundation and the Rivers State people have really lost a man with lots of intellectual property. Rest in peace Prof Orikaye.
Posted by West Cent on January 11, 2012
my father,my grand father, and my uncle life did not give me the chance to meet you, but i have had of your good deeds in the family, ur helping hands and ur supports towards every one in the family...i have had u are a great man who loves every and is willing to listen to every one. ur death is indeed a great lost the family..we will forever miss u, may ur soul rest in perfect peace amen.
Posted by Moye Oye on January 10, 2012
May his Soul rest in peace!
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