Let the memory of Osamwonyi be with us forever
  • 27 years old
  • Born on August 2, 1986 .
  • Passed away on May 16, 2014 .

With very heavy hearts we regret to announce the transition of our beloved son, brother, Nephew and cousin Mr Osamwonyi Olukole Asemota on 16th of May 2014 at the University of Calabar Teaching Hospital.

Posted by Michael Popoola on 16th May 2017
Osamwonyi Asemota, Continue to Rest In Peace.
Posted by Akinlabi Akingbade on 12th June 2016
I met Osa at Parker in 1998. He was a genuine nice guy. May he rest in peace.
Posted by Adetimbo Adediran on 21st May 2016
It's been 2 years now OSA that you left we your beloved in this difficult world. Although, it's hard to comprehend how the cold hands of death snatched you away. You made lots of friends while you were alive, Although we might be disconnected in this world but am sure that everyone of us deal with your loss differently in our lives. May God bless your lovely Mother and Sister wherever they are. We love you, I love you. Continue to be an angel in heaven!
Posted by Okextra Kay on 13th April 2016
Still painful, Osa may your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Elder Omolade Noah on 12th September 2014
osa. i cant believe this news. what can i say at this moment as i see your photographs and shed tears that you have gone so quickly. it is two fast and sudden. what a short world you lived. i dont have much to say but to give glory to the almighty god that your memories as seen shows what a lovely relationship you had with those friends of yours and everyone that came across you in life.rest in the bossom of the lord. god wll your family a grace to bear this loss.
Posted by Michael Popoola on 2nd August 2014
Osamwonyi, It's Your Birthday, though You left this sinful world to a better place. We still remember Your Birthday. We'll miss U though, but our assurance is that You are in a far better place. Continue to Rest In Peace. Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Didi Akanu on 1st June 2014
Rest in peace Osa! I will never forget you. Its so hard to believe you are gone but i know you are in a better place.
Posted by Gloria Appiah-Danquah on 28th May 2014
This makes me so sad osa.. I am still waiting for your visit. You texted me from naija and i was teasing you about the exam you had to write. You have been such a good friend to me. We met in legon on the 5th floor of Sarbah hall and somehow we found a way to keep in touch over all these years. fare thee well osa! i will miss your gentle voice, your laugh, i will miss you being a friend. till we meet again.
Posted by Alo Akintomiwa on 26th May 2014
OSA finding it add to believe that you are gone.rest in peace still we meet again .so sad
Posted by Michael Popoola on 23rd May 2014
Osamwonyi Asemota, I still cannot believe that You are gone. I remember those years we spent in Secondary School (Parker Int'l high School Akure, Ondo State). I pray God will grant the Asemota family and your Collegues in School the Fortitude to bear the Loss. Rest in Perfect Peace.
Posted by Muyiwa Alade-Williams on 22nd May 2014
Osa! Not sure if i’ll ever come up with words adequate to express how much i miss you. In the past few days, i've called your name more times than i may have called it while you were still here. I have mistakenly called people by your name too. Sometimes while driving, eating or in any activity.. I say silently to myself what would Osa do or say. If you were seated while i drive what music would i probably listen to, if at a restaurant, what jokes would we be cracking, if at a public place how loud would be laughing, if here while i write this i know you would try correct my grammar, laugh at me for imagining you could be gone and reassure me that you’re still here. I shared special moments with you and i certainly hoped for more. You’re gone too soon and i’m grateful for the moments shared. Your spirit is gonna live on bro. Adieu.
Posted by Zeuwa Nwana on 21st May 2014
That wonderful smile of yours. May your memory be evergreen. Rest well Bro.

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