Let the memory of Tagbo be with us forever
  • 41 years old
  • Born on November 30, 1971 .
  • Passed away on August 5, 2013 .

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Tagbo Agbim, 41, born on November 30, 1971 and passed away on August 5, 2013. We will remember him forever.

Posted by Uche Okeke on 15th August 2018
Tagbo, May your soul continue to rest in peace. Amen
Posted by Ikenna Imo on 7th August 2018
5 years after..... I still remember. However I am comforted that you have truly found peace in paradise. Rest easy bro.
Posted by Kenneth Ogbunamiri on 6th August 2018
Tee Abana....You are still fondly remembered. Continue resting in the bosom of the Lord. We miss you dearly....
Posted by Shirley Modebe on 6th August 2018
Tagbo, 5years already? Continue to rest in peace.....gone but not forgotten
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 5th August 2018
My brother!!! Jumbo Tabana....your memory remains vivid. Keep resting in peace.
Posted by Ike Okonkwo on 5th August 2018
Nwanne m I still talk about you at least once in 2 weeks. I still have your number saved. Hoping I will speak to you someday soon. But ......no . Continue to rest in peace dear brother
Posted by Ijeoma Ofiaeli on 5th August 2018
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. God knows best. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Uchenna Igwebuike on 5th August 2018
Gt Tabana. It is well and the Lord knows best. RIP
Posted by Uchenna Igwebuike on 30th November 2017
TGB Nwokem. Bros God knows best and still miss you like this happened yesterday. Anyway continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord until we meet again.
Posted by Ikenna Imo on 6th August 2017
4 years and it remains as fresh as yesterday. TGB even though you are no longer here with us, you remain forever resident in my heart and thoughts. You memory will never dim. Rest easy with the Lord our creator. Forever missed.
Posted by Ije Nwizu on 5th August 2017
Still so raw!!! Continue to Rest In Peace my brother
Posted by Kolia Obi-Anazodo on 5th August 2017
You are really missed Tabana! Chai 4 years, just like yesterday. Continue to sleep on Nna
Posted by Uchenna Igwebuike on 5th August 2017
Tabana!!! Continue to Rest In Peace. Boy I still miss having someone to talk to but God knows best.
Posted by Ike Okonkwo on 5th August 2017
Nwanne m I still dialed your number a couple of days ago......I bless God for the every memory I have of you and the eternal rest in His bossom He has granted you. Never stop referring to you!
Posted by Emeka Achike on 15th December 2016
Tabana, May your sun never set. I know you rest in the bossom of Lord. To God be the Glory for a life well lived.
Posted by Jew Jeww on 14th December 2016
TGB....how i miss you bro ...continue to rest darling till the day of our Lord Jesus...
Posted by Harrison Assam on 10th December 2016
I had said I wasn't going to leave any more comments about you but as I went past the Hilton Hotel by Hyde park I remembered the last time you were in London and we went out for a drink, anytime I drive past there I can't get you out of my mouth and I end up calling your name out because that was the last place we went together before you flew back to Nigeria. Like the proverbial ''Last Supper'' before Jesus went to the cross. My friend my conclusion is this you were a good man, and you will not be forgotten.
Posted by Mgbojikwe Ugochukwu on 6th August 2016
World Tagba's ezigbo nwanne mu,its 3yrs you left to be with your MAKER,but the memories of time we spent together is still very fresh and can not be easily forgotten,especially the 1hr phone conversation we had on Sunday 4th August before the horrible news of your sudden departure came.. may your kind and gentle soul continue to rest in the bosom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST...amen
Posted by Chinenye Tabansi on 3rd December 2015
Tagbo I met you in February 2013, and the little time I knew you before your demise you touched my life so greatly, four days before you died we chatted and you encouraged me little did I know that would be the last time I would see you again, is so heart breaking each time I remember you, Tagbo is true we all miss you but your good works will always speak for you, you were a rare gem. Your not dead but sleeping we meet some day TGB. Nwoke di Nma.
Posted by Miriam Anozie on 30th November 2015
Forever in my thoughts ....
Posted by Mgbojikwe Ugochukwu on 16th November 2015
World Tagba's, there is no day that passes by that i don't miss you. especially when I have to pass by your projects in Lekki Phase 1 almost every working day. sometimes on my bed,i asked myself a lot of questions;why couldn't someone or events prevent you from going to the play tennis that faithful day,all i get as answer is that GOD know best. which is true. i will forever missed you...continue to rest in peace in the bosom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST...AMEN
Posted by Jideofor Echeozo on 10th November 2015
T-ABANA!!! It's still like a very bad dream/nightmare! Two years already and it seems like just yesterday. Events however has taught me that the world doesn't wait/stop for even a second when someone passes away,so obviously everyone has moved on unfortunately,but you will always be remembered my friend,especially by those of us who were close to you and who you touched their lives in one way or the other. May God forgive you your sins whilst on earth and grant you eternal rest! May your soul rest in peace! I Pray that the Living will take your very untimely death as a cue to apprecciate the Vanity and Nothingness of this our Existence on earth and try and help one another as well as the less priviledged whilst they still can. JEE NKE OMA!!!
Posted by Kenny Ejukorlem II on 9th November 2015
A colleague mentioned at work this morning that someone had passed on over the weekend, after workout and with tears in my eyes (even after two years), I remembered you, Mr. Agbim... So I told them a lil about you. I told them of how nice you were to us at the palms lounge. When you came in to carry out some transactions , and we say, "Welcome to ...", the look on your face would usually read "Save your strength my dear". And when we offered you a cup of tea, you would always pass!! You were to busy to have tea... The way you always admired my engagement ring and called my husband a big boy, like you weren't bigger!!! And when you met my brother (an architect), you were immediately willing to mentor him! I haven't forgotten you Mr. Agbim, you were such a good man and I'm sure the other people whom you touched their lives haven't either... Back then when you had just left us, I told my mum I lost one of my best customers, Today I have just said same. You really are forever missed, Rest well Sir!
Posted by Emeka Onugha on 6th August 2015
T-Abana, you're not dead. We don't die! Our sun never sets. To the the ever living spirit of our bond and who we are. I have my thumb up for you and the men who transcended before you. May the God Almighty abide with you all.
Posted by Jennifer Iwobi on 5th August 2015
Dear Tagbo, Still can't believe you are no more. You went too soon but I guess only God knows why. Continue to RIP Amen.
Posted by Igwe Mba on 5th August 2015
The Great Tagbanski! Rest on Brother! 2 years already, still feels like yesterday bro!
Posted by Mgbojikwe Ugochukwu on 5th August 2015
"It's 2years today you departed to be the LORD. But the untold last 1hr discussion we had "The 2 new project by TGB works that was suppose to commence that same week,your marriage by December 2013,future plans and dreams of TGB work's and my business" it's still very fresh in my mind. I can never forget the good time and brotherly love u showed me. World Tagba's CRIP in the bosom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST..amen"
Posted by Mgbojikwe Ugochukwu on 5th August 2015
It's 2years today you departed to be the LORD. But the untold last 1hr discussion we had "The 2 new project by TGB works that was suppose to commence that same week,your marriage by December 2013,future plans and dreams of TGB work's and my business" is till very fresh in my mind. I can never forget the good time and brotherly love u showed me. World Tagba's CRIP in the bosom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST..amen
Posted by Ike Okonkwo on 5th August 2015
Nwanne m I still call your number hoping you will answer!! Can't delete it. God's Love will continue to grant you rest. !!!
Posted by Miriam Anozie on 5th August 2015
Nwoke oma m, it's been exactly 2 years. I can still remember August 5th, 2013 so vividly. Continue to Rest in Peace. Your memory will never be forgotten.
Posted by Ayobami Kareem on 5th August 2015
I still can't believe that you are gone! I wish you could still drive through my office with your White Ifinity Jeep and say "Ayo How Far Now, You Know Wan Sell My House, Watin I Do You?" You are such a wonderful Man, you will forever be missed. Rest in Peace TAGBO
Posted by Uchenna Igwebuike on 5th August 2015
Tabana!! It's now 2 years and sometimes this still feels like a dream. What happened to all the plans for growing old? Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord until we meet again.
Posted by Austin Chima on 5th August 2015
Ta'tagbo!! Your memory lives on and it will remain indelible in the hearts and minds of all LEPREC members; a corporate club formed in Lekki in memory of you), observing today with the rest of your loved ones across the globe. REST IN THE BOSOM OF OUR LORD AND REST IN PEACE BROTHERLY!!!!
Posted by Jideofor Echeozo on 14th August 2014
My dear T-ABANA! One whole year has passed,yet it seems like you passed away only yesterday. I'm stiill terribly shocked and utterly confused,but i guess this serves as a warning to us the living that this life is really transient and temporary and we should try as much as possible to help one another and humanity in general for as long as the almighty God allows us to exist on this planet earth. Rest in perfect peace,my dear friend and may God forgive you whatever sins you commited in this world and bring you to rest eternally in his Bossom! You will forever be remembered my dear friend & one-time housemate/landlord!
Posted by Jideofor Echeozo on 14th August 2014
My dear T-ABANA! One whole year has passed,yet it seems like you passed away only yesterday. I'm stiill terribly shocked and utterly confused,but i guess this serves as a warning to us the living that this life is really transient and temporary and we should try as much as possible to help one another and humanity in general for as long as the almighty God allows us to exist on this planet earth. Rest in perfect peace,my dear friend and may God forgive you whatever sins you commited in this world and bring you to rest eternally in his Bossom! You will forever be remembered my dear friend & one-time housemate/landlord!
Posted by Udo Udo on 7th August 2014
I am consoled by the infallible word of God attesting that death is not the end, rather a secession of the body from the spirit. Ecclesiastes 12:7 - Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it. 1 Corinthians 15:22 - For as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive. Luke 23:43 - And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise. Revelation 1:18 - I [am] he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death. John Chapter 5 :24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life. Praise the Lord, Tagbo lives!!!
Posted by Emeka Achike on 6th August 2014
Tabana, may the HIS eternal light continue to shine on your soul now and always.
Posted by Chukwudi Obiefuna on 6th August 2014
Tabana, The efluxion of time will never diminish memories of you. Continue resting in the blossom of the Lord dear friend.
Posted by Ebuka Ofor on 6th August 2014
Tabana - Nwa Nnem Nwoke...keep resting in peace!!!! Yesterday, Today and tomorrow!!!
Posted by Mgbojikwe Ugochukwu on 5th August 2014
World Tagba's,Is 1year since u departed to be with the LORD.The good times we shared and big brotherly love u showed me,I can never forget,I miss u everyday and will always remember you. Unukwu nwane mu,may your gentle and generous soul continue to rest in peace in the bosom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST....amen
Posted by Austin Chima on 5th August 2014
TGB Works; Your name lives on through LePREC!! Your men are honouring your legacy. RIP Brov, RIP!!
Posted by Namure Edoimioya on 5th August 2014
TAGBO!! no matter what, you lived a life of purpose! Sometimes we take good people for granted and would never imagine they would leave us..........so soon. Miss you TGB. Continue to rest in God's bossom.
Posted by Charles Obi-Brown on 5th August 2014
my brother from another mother continue to rest in the bossom of the almighty till we meet again...So many unanswered question but the good lord knows best
Posted by Ayobami Kareem on 5th August 2014
"RIP Brother, I miss you everyday, you are one of the people that change my life. I will always remember you..."
Posted by Humphrey Chukwu on 5th August 2014
Continue to rest in peace, man. God bless you.
Posted by Uchenna Igwebuike on 5th August 2014
Tabana Tabana, Tabana, na wa bros. It has been a year and this still hurts like crazy. We have submitted this to our Lord because he knows best, continue to rest in the Lord's bosom until we meet again.
Posted by Harrison Assam on 28th February 2014
Tabanskiano oldboy why you dey make me feel say you still dey with us ?? I saw you recently and we were discussing business only to awake to find out that it's only a dream, very upsetting but I miss you my man I no go lie. Je nke oma!!!
Posted by Ndubueze Chinaka-Godson on 28th February 2014
With so much outpouring of love I cannot help but join in wishing this dearly departed vibrant youngman, Tagbo a peaceful rest in God’s company. Even without knowing him it is easy to see he was kind and fun to be with. Sometimes in the middle of last year my brother in-law travelled all the way from Lagos to Enugu for the wake keeping of this youngman and today while driving past Alvan Ikoku Street in I/L a memorial poster of Tagbo caught my attention. The family worldwide should please accept my belated comfort.
Posted by Peter Peters on 10th December 2013
We will miss you
Posted by Ifeoma Modebe on 2nd December 2013
Tagbo darling, HBD and continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus,till we meet to part no more.......................Ifeoma Shirley Modebe "Nee Odiari"

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