ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Victor Oginni. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Yusuf Dankofa on March 26, 2021
We started way back in 1984 at University of Sokoto.Our brotherhood was sustained by Almighty Allah till your last breath.You were loyal simple and above board decent.May you be with the saints till the judgement day
Posted by Ola Onifade on March 26, 2021
Olawunmi onifade
May his gentle soul continue to rest in peace and accept my condolences. God will uphold the entire family and give them fortitude to bear the loss. Daddy Ogini was easygoing and always smiling. He is in a better place where there’s no more sorrow. Continue to rest in His bosom ( your maker) amen.
The Holy Spirit will continue to comfort the entire family IJN amen.
Posted by Mary Akinhanmi on March 26, 2021
My dear uncle Kenny is gone for good. The news was too much for me to take in. I still can't believe you are gone. You will be dearly missed. I will also miss your jokes and laughter. Continue to sleep in peace. Adieu uncle K!!!
Posted by John Owhin on March 26, 2021
A good friend in all weather, that our almighty called so suddenly. We will forever miss you. My sincere condolences to family and friends. MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.
Posted by Richard rotimi Ojo on March 26, 2021
Kenny, you were a great man. Fun to be around... You will surely and sorely be missed.
Rest peacefully in the bosom of God Almighty.
Posted by Dorothy Oginni on March 26, 2021
My great brother Inlaw. You were more of a dad to Tt, Kk, Yetty, Yinka and Oluwadara Oginni. Thanks for being there for us when we needed you. 
Mr K as I always call you. You never missed our birthday’s. Always stand for the right . A man of integrity, honour and love.
Mr K a true man of God.
I pray God of all comfort will comfort your wife and the girls in Jesus name. You’re going to be greatly missed.
May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace.
Your twin brothers wife
Mrs Kenny Oginni.
Posted by Ayodele Agboola on March 26, 2021
Koin my dear brother where do I start. I can't find the words to express how heavy my whole being is as I write but write I must . Ever cheerful, never a dull moment with you. You cared, you shared, you wanted everyone and everything to be ok . My brother I found it hard to take in the news of your illness but you had to share it with me because we shared almost everything. You told me to keep holding on and I am trusting that even in death my brother is still there for me. Rest well Koin my brother. I'll miss but then how can I stop the Lord who loves us all from taking you up to a place where everyone and everything is ok. Rest well Koin my brother rest well.
Posted by Gboyega Fadairo on March 26, 2021
'Baba Oginni'........shocking to say the least, but God most def knows why.

May you rest well.......in ever lasting peace my brother........
Posted by Adefolake Taiwo Awoseyi on March 26, 2021
Our dear Daddy Ogini
We love you but we take our solace in the belief that you are at peace with your maker. We will surely miss you but continue to rest in peace till we meet and part no more. We pray for comfort and divine fortitude for everyone you left behind especially your wife and Children.
God will look after your family in Jesus name.

The Awoseyis
Posted by Micheal Adefuye on March 26, 2021
Today God called you home,
Extended His arms and opened Heavens Doors,
Heaven is more beautiful because you are there,
walking with the Angels in Jesus’ loving care.
I will always love and miss you may God Almighty be with the family left behind
Posted by Tokunbo Olaopa on March 26, 2021
Kein I am still in shock. Father why, why, why?. I know we are not that young anymore but I still remember the days of old in Bodija and later in Eastham. They look like yesterday along with their memories.
Sun re o omo boy. Till we meet again yonder.
May your soul rest in peace
Posted by Temi Awoseyi on March 26, 2021
Uncle, still shocked and saddened by the news. Thanks for all the personal and tech career advice you always gave me, I appreciate you. May you rest in perfect peace IJN.
Posted by Afolake Tojuola on March 25, 2021
Brother Victor, may your soul rest in peace at the bosom of the Lord Sister Folashade Please accept our condolences once more... The good Lord shall comfort you and the children tons more IJMN Amen  It is well with you all IJMN Amen 

From: Femi & Folake Akinlade
Posted by JAD 5859 on March 24, 2021
Uncle Kein, may you RIEP. May your friends & family be strengthened by your legacy. AMEN!! From Kaziah & Mummy.xx
Posted by Charles ADIGUN on March 24, 2021
So sad, brother gone so soon. May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Anthony Ogbeche on March 24, 2021
What a sad story!!! Can’t believe Kehinde is gone....I have know Kehinde Oginni from primary school days in Ibadan and went to the same secondary school at Loyola College Ibadan before we parted ways and reconnected some 5 years ago. Kehinde was really a kind and caring person. He called me several times during his health challenges and we prayed together. I do believe his is resting peacefully with the Lord. He will be dearly missed and I pray that the almighty God will comfort his wife and children he left behind. May his gentle Soul Rest in Perfect Peace. Amen......
Posted by Bunmi Ogunbanwo-Opeifa on March 24, 2021
Bro Kein. What can I say. Your sudden demise came as a shock to me. Hmm. God knows best. But in all things let's give thanks to God.
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Posted by Nike Coker on April 29, 2021
Shade may the Lord comfort you and the girls for this great loss. May uncle Kenny find eternal rest at the bosom of the Lord.
It is well in Jesus name
Posted by Boysie Adebiyi on April 22, 2021
Gone from our sight, but never from our hearts
A true friend is never truly gone. Their spirit lives on in the memories of those who loved them.
The bond between friends is beyond this mortal world. I can still feel Kehinde with me every day, helping me make it through. He is by my side, and yours, forever

I have known Victor, Kehinde Oginni since 1971, when we both started secondary school at Loyola College, Ibadan. I know it’s a bit cliched to say we hit it off from the moment we met, however, it is true. as we were both assigned to the same class from the very first day.

We both had one thing in common – truancy. We were both restless and adventurous, and this made us miss classes in the early days, in search of adventure. Such fun we had, exploring the sights of Agodi and its environs, only returning to school at the end of the day. But Kein was so clever and intelligent that despite all the truancy, he always delivered when it mattered.

As Biola Ogunrombi (another classmate and good friend) mentioned in his tribute, his nickname in school was Satiru. He’d already stated the reason for this nickname.

We both went our separate ways in 1975, until we met again by chance in 1988, in London’s West End. And as luck would have it, we both lived less than five minutes away from each other. We continued our friendship with the same intensity as we did when we were younger. There were a limited number of people to whom I could really open my heart, to whom I could really speak with total frankness. Victor was one of them. He was one person to whom I could unburden myself.
We continued our friendship, even when we both got married and started raising families. It was only natural that our families became friends.

Dear friends are those who know our hearts, our minds and choose us as their friends. Through his extraordinary example, Kehinde proved that true friendship has room for both ambition and selflessness. I am better for knowing you, better for having met you. May you be as blessed in the next life, my friend, as I was in this one by knowing you.

As we grieve the passing to glory of Kein, we celebrate his memory and rededicate ourselves to the values to which he devoted his extraordinary life. He will be greatly missed. My family and I send our love and deepest condolences to his wife and children.

Saying goodbye isn't for us. Instead, I will say that I look forward to seeing my friend again, each time I am reminded of him through a phrase, a joke, even an article of clothing. These are the things that will keep us close despite death

I will conclude with the following statement: “It is God who creates, God who calls, and God who sends”. AVITOR, as I fondly called you pal, the gates have been opened, and now you’re in a better place. Adieu, my good friend.
Posted by Tunde Oginni on April 19, 2021
Love leaves a memory no one can steal and death leaves a memory no one can heal.

We always remember your caring heart and unwavering support through the good and bad times.

We will miss you dearly and always cherish all the memories we have together.

We are saddened that death took you away but the Bible says we should give thanks in all situations.

Continue to rest on in God's glory.

We love u so much Dad...

From family of late Capt OK OGINNI
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Gone to soon

Shared by Nikki Makanjuola on April 9, 2021
My childhood friend's husband, Shade's sweetheart, Baba Sola. You will surely be missed I remember vividly the last time I saw you when I spent the night at your house because Shade and I were going out. You were with me in the kitchen keeping me company while I was preparing breakfast while Shade was on a prayer call. I had to shoo you out of the kitchen you were distracting me with your funny jokes. You had a quirky sense of humour which made conversations with you very easy. 

You have definitely left a void that cannot be filled but we know that God needed you more that was why you had to leave Shade and the girls. Rest in external peace my brother till we meet again. 

Good man with a good heart

Shared by honey akala on April 6, 2021
He is full of fun 
Happy all the time
Making people happy 
No dull moment in his company 

Not only miss by family,  but miss by all

Rest on bro

Rest in perfect peace, condolences to the whole family

Shared by Olaniyi Okunlola on March 24, 2021
  • Rest in perfect peace,  condolences to the whole family