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
Posted by Olu F on April 16, 2021
It's with a very heavy heart that I write this tribute, I attended the same church with Daddy Oginni as we fondly called him, for about 4 years. He was very friendly and down to earth and gentle. Auntie Shade loves the young people in the church and she is always supporting them. Daddy Oginni was very funny and friendly. Humm..... It so sad to know that you are no longer with us... We take consolation in the fact that you are now in a better place away from all the troubles of this world. Rest in perfect peace sir, till we meet again. Auntie Shade it is well with you and my sisters in Jesus name. Accept my condolences ma.
Seun Fagbadegun.
Posted by Sika Fadairo on April 16, 2021
Dear Uncle,
I pray that your gentle soul will continue to rest in peace in Jesus mighty name. Amen.
Thanking God for His mercies on your soul.
I left a tribute last week and just wanted to do so again briefly.
RIP Uncle.
Posted by Banji Ashamu on April 12, 2021
I write this with great sadness over the unthinkable loss of a great friend -Victor Oginni
He fought a brave and strong battle with the illness but the illness would not allow him
to get better. He took each day as it comes ,never really complaining, and always hoping that the treatments would finally end so he could get on with his life. This was my hope too.
This great guy was a wonderful friend to me, for over 40 years with his gentle and caring nature.
He was a wonderful father to his children and laid a strong foundation for them
I will really miss your great sense of humour, all those short calls to talk sometimes seriously or just jisting
Sleep well Ogins baba...your memory will remain for ever!
Posted by Mojeed Odugbayi on April 12, 2021
I was privileged to meet Mr Oginni twice in professional capacity. He was very accommodating and understanding.
He was a gentle man and very polite when putting his point across.
He was a wise man and knew what he wanted.

May your soul continue to rest in peace and God Almighty will comfort the family you left behind.

Mojeed Odugbayi
Posted by Olaoluwa Ogunleye on April 12, 2021
Tribute TO Our Departed Cousin: Mr Kehinde Victor Oginni
Brother Kein as fondly call is a great soul! The news of your passing came shockingly, and I was so sorrowful at your departure.
The first time I met Brother Kein was sometimes in 1993 during the burial of his father, my uncle. There was no personal contact then as the circumstance did not offer such opportunity. Our most interactions started many years later when I moved to Australia. He will call me to check how I am doing with lot of joke in our conversations.
When I came to London in December 2015 on vacation with my family, Brother Kein was excited to meet me and my family. He did everything possible to ensure we spent time together. He came to pick us from the hotel where we were staying. We had Christmas dinner with him and his family. It was a great family time. I remembered leaving my jumper behind which he had to travel back to bring the jacket to me.
Brother Kein is an encourager. When he learnt that I have set up my own practice, he had lot of insight to share and advice on how to improve the business. His wisdom is very great.
Brother Kein, you have lived, and you will live on in our heart.
I commiserate with Auntie Sade, Sola, Busayomi and Tomiwa for your husband and father has gone to rest in peace. I commiserate with brother Jide, Odun, Taiwo senior, Idowu and Taiwo Junior on the lost of your brother.
Rest on Brother Kein.
Posted by Timothy Oduekun on April 10, 2021
May you rest in peace even in death you are still loved and forever will be . You have touched the heart of so many who owe you a lifetime May your soul rest in perfect peace
Posted by Comfort Zedomi on April 10, 2021
Every encounter with you was never a dull moment. Kind , genuine , intelligent with a great sense of humour. An encouraging man and full of life. We thank God for your life and may your gentle soul , rest in perfect peace. 

The Zedomi’s
Posted by Nikki Makanjuola on April 9, 2021
My childhood friend's husband, Shade's sweetheart, Baba Sola. 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 farewell till we meet again.
Posted by Damilola Oginni on April 9, 2021
You were a great uncle and you were so fun to be around. Whenever you visited, it was filled with jokes, fun and laughter, a warm smile, and your teasing will be missed ,You were kind, hospitable, loving and generous, and we all loved you very much. You fought your sickness to the end and now you are in a better place. May the Lord be with you and with your spirit. I’ll miss you a lot.
We are never ready to say goodbye forever, even though we know it is a part of life. This day our hearts are heavy for losing someone so special, but as we mourn your death, we also celebrate your life.
Posted by Hope Kelani on April 8, 2021
It is unbelievable that you've gone so soon, your smile,advice and jokes will be missed forever. You are such a loving and caring person that goes out of your way to make things convenient for others, your heart was solidly gold. we will not grieve much as we are sure your sweet soul has gone to that gentle night. I remember when I used to be a community worker and you used to take me from church every Sunday to my workplace as you knew all the street corners leading to the main road. You will be greatly missed & i will forever miss that voice that always calls me ' Mrs Kelani'. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord until we meet to part no more xxx
Posted by Dipo Oginni on April 8, 2021
Uncle Kennie

The news of your death came as a shock to me!; I said not again, just a few days to my late husband's birthday! I find it so difficult to cope with the news of your death. We spoke at length and you promised to be home soon to further your treatment at home and already contacts have been made with people you were to see but Alas! This was never to be. You came, you saw and you conquered even in death. Saying we will miss you is an understatement. You are a loving soul! Can't forget in a hurry how you sob and cried when you saw your sick brother on his sick bed! I could see nothing but love from all your emotions that day.

We love and appreciate your genuine interest and love for Dipo and 1. Sleep on beloved Kenny, until the resurrection day.

Sleep on, beloved, sleep, and take thy rest;
Lay down thy head upon the Saviour's Breast;
We love thee well, but Jesus loves thee best:
Good night, good night, good night!

- Shade Oginni (Sister-in-law)
Posted by Biola Ogunrombi on April 8, 2021
I met Kehinde 50 years ago when we resumed as Form 1 boys at Loyola College Ibadan.
Although he was a day student, I was a boarder, we developed a very close relationship. I called him "Sabitu" coined after the name of a Maths teacher we had then -Mr Sadiku- because Kehinde was very brilliant and very hot in Maths. We both made A1 in Maths for WAEC.
In the last 5years, whenever he visited Nigeria, Folarin Ajoni and I made sure we picked him wherever he resided took him out for Dinner. I remember thet the last time we went to Country Club Ikeja.
He was always the one to send WhatsApp messages to me asking after my family. The last time he did that was on 20th February 2021 and I responded as usual also.
Kehinde was an unassuming, simple, amiable and accommodating person.
It came as a shock when I heard about his demise.
Kehinde, May the almighty God grant you eternal rest and may you find peace in His bosom. Amen.
May the almighty God comfort and strengthen your dear wife, children and your entire family. Amen
Adieu Kehinde!!! Goodnight.
Posted by Christophe Musoni on April 8, 2021
Dear Victor,

a few years ago I met you in Brussels and we became friends. Your death hurts me a lot. All my sympathies to your dear family.

Your death so early leaves me speechless. Why do good people die so quickly and so young! I cannot forget your kindness and above all your critical thinking during our conversations on various and varied subjects. You brightened up our meetings with your smile, your thoughts, your humor and your kindness. You had a heart of gold and when you expressed your joy you were like an open book. You will remain etched in my memory.

Rest in peace, where you are.
Posted by Ola Bolaji on April 7, 2021
My lovely Ijesha bros, it is with deepest sorrow and sadness that I write this tribute to you.
Bros, you were one in a million, very humble, kind, loving and good at heart.
May our Lord comfort and sustain your family, your wife and children now and always.
You touched so many lives by your selfless and countless act of kindness by always giving your time.
Posted by John Muoyo on April 6, 2021
Sir "Been to".
Every sentence of yours was inflected with humor. To your last breath.
Your logic almost flawless.
Your laughter infectious.
Your dedication devoted.
Your determination decided.
Your kindness legendary and filled with purpose.
If you were an actor, you did not play to the gallery.
Float on into the heavens.
Posted by Kolapo Agboola on April 6, 2021
May his soul rest in peace and i pray the good Lord console, Comfort the wife, children and entire family he left behind Amen.
Kolapo Agboola - Chairman, Loyola College Ibadan Old Boys Association UK /Ireland Chapter.
Posted by Sika Fadairo on April 5, 2021
Uncle, I went numb and was speechless when I was invited to connect with your dear wife, Shade and family to say a few words to you when you were in the hospital.
I couldn't get the words out but it was a honour to see you. Although you nodded in response to those who said something, I was encouraged that all was well.
I will remember how nice you to my family. Your intelligence and the best at what you do and your discipline career-wise. You commanded respect and was very respectful.
You honoured invitations to our occasions either big or small. You were jovial in nature and made us laugh.
You celebrated Shade on her 50th with your beautiful children making sure all went to God's glory.
More importantly, I thank God for His mercies on you.
May your gentle soul RIP and I pray that God will continue to strengthen and comfort your dear children and your dear wife, Shade in Jesus mighty name. Amen.
Posted by Wale Juwon Balogun on April 5, 2021
I fondly call him Uncle, he was a very amiable person with great sense fun to be with. We love you but God loves you more. We will miss you dearly, but we are at peace that with greater assurance that will meet to depart no more at the bosom of the Lord. I pray to God Almighty to repose your soul.
Uncle, rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Munyaneza Jean marie on April 4, 2021
I am sad and shocked to hear the news of victor oginni passing away. He was such an interesting and jovial guy after meeting him through his friend Daley in Brussels Belgium
May his soul rest in peace
Posted by Juwon Adeoba Rotimi Ojo on April 2, 2021
Gone too soon but knowing you're peace is the consolation. May Uncle Kenny's soul rest in peace May the Lord comfort and strengthen my sister Shade and the children it's well.
Posted by Funke Ogunleye- Odeinde on April 2, 2021
Brother Kein, my cousin my big brother, I was utterly gutted at the news of your demise. I find it hard to believe you’re gone, writing this tribute is so hard but in all things we give thanks.
Who are we to question God? He gives and take away but we know He is a good God regardless. We love you but your maker loves you most and I know you are in a better place.

Thank God I was able to see you before your demise despite you discouraging me from coming around but I insisted who would have known that was the last time I was going to see you - Thanks Aunty Sade.

Whenever your calls come through the next thing you say is ‘Iya ijesa’. I am going to miss your calls, your banters, all our discussions that ranges from family to careers.

You’ve gone too soon but we hope in God our comforter. 
Blessed are the memories of the righteous.
Sleep on cousin in the bosom of your creator.
Posted by Tope Adekunle on March 31, 2021

You were my hubby's close friend and confidant, your memory is blessed and cherished. Rest in peace Sir
Be comforted Ma @Sis Sade. The Lord will uphold and strengthen you and the Family in Jesus name
Posted by Jessica Laditan on March 31, 2021
Dearest Uncle Victor,

Thank you for being such a dear friend to my dad, you are missed greatly, your passing has left a big hole. My dad is constantly on the phone and we can always guess that it's you or uncle B on the other end, cracking jokes or talking politics...God knows best. We will always fondly remember your smiling face and kind soul-Noah gave you the nickname 'Chocolate Grandad' as you always brought chocolate for him which my dad would pass on whenever you came back from Belgium. 

Chocolate Grandad, may your soul rest in eternal peace. God comfort all of the loved ones left behind.

Tofa Laditan nee Odubayo
Posted by Yeye Lola on March 30, 2021
This was very Sad to hear about the demise of Mr. Kehinde Ogini. You've gone too soon brother, but who are we to question God. He only knows the end from the beginning. Your wife a prayer warrior in my group of intercessors, prayed without ceasing, but when the last trumpet sound, you cautiously bowed. I know that your resurrection with the saints is sure in Jesusmightynameamen. Sleep on beloveth on the Right hand of Jehovah amen. May the good lord bless and comfort Sister Shade and all the children. Take hearts and remain steadfast with God always. Yeye Lola Doherty.
Posted by Daniel Opeifa on March 29, 2021
Kein, my good old friend and egbon. What can I say. Just to thank God for knowing you and enjoying the good and not too good times together. You confirmed your acceptance of the Lord before your final goodbye. This gives me so much solace and confidence that you are in a better place far from this world. Adieu my good friend. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Olufunmilayo Okoh on March 29, 2021
You always had a cheerful smile and pleasantries every time our paths met.
Brother Kein may your beautiful soul rest in peace and may the almighty comfort aunty Shade and the girls.
Posted by Raphael Pedro on March 29, 2021
May the wonderful memories he left remain evergreen in our minds. Adieu Sir Kenny.
Posted by Titilayo Adekoje on March 28, 2021
May the gentle soul of our brother and former schoolmate rest in the bosom of the LORD.
May the Almighty comfort and be with the family he left behind in Jesus Name, Amen
Rest in Peace brother.....Adieu
Posted by Ronke Opeifa-Mensah on March 28, 2021
Uncle Kenny , loving , caring and never a dull moment with him wao still can't believe this . Shade all is well be strong for the family, those who knew Uncle Kenny will know we have lost a rare gem may his soul rest in peace with the Lord
Posted by Olayinka Abimbola - Davis on March 28, 2021
It came as a rude shock to hear of the demise of "Ẹ̀gbọ́n Kehinde àgbà". Witin our Ibadan Oginni family circle, his name commanded respect. May His soul find eternal rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Posted by Olayinka Yeankynet4lv on March 28, 2021
Although I wished I met you before the journey you embarked on....

I heard you were a great man and a philanthropist....
I will forever miss you sir
Posted by Funmi Awolaja on March 27, 2021
Where do I start from. I am still trying to process it all. I still remember our conversation last month and his laughter. It all feels so unreal that he his no longer with us. He was the best uncle one could ask for and there was never a dull moment with him. He was also a very caring person. I learnt a lot from him regarding career advice etc. Though this came as a big shock I take some comfort in the fact he his now with the lord. May his soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by funke sosanya on March 27, 2021
Ummmh Mr Oginni...this one is shocking.
You were a gentle man and very easy going, you took care of your family with love. We can only look up to the author and finisher of our faith the LORD JESUS CHRIST. You are in the bosom of the Lord and your gentle soul will continue to rest in perfect peace. Forever Remembered Forever Missed.
Sun re laya Jesu.
Sis mi, It is well with you and the entire family.
Posted by Daley Okuwa on March 27, 2021
It was so sad to hear about the loss of one of my best pals .I am still shocked by this unfortunate incident called death. Still remembering your smile and all the gist and jokes we used to have together for the past 20 years. Also all the up and downs of life we both have to go through and finally your advise on many issues both professional and personal . You will be greatly missed by all including your family and friends. You have gone to rest and rest in peace in Jesus name
Posted by Yemisi Rotimi on March 27, 2021
Rest in Peace. Mr Oginni
May the Good Lord comfort sister Shade and the girls. You will be missed.
Posted by Fuquan Idris on March 27, 2021
Dear Vic,

Cant understand how you could leave this place so early as there was so much more to your warm smile and friendly gestures. Forever you will be missed by all who felt your warmth and kindness.

May your soul rest in perfect peace as you are now in a better place than most of us....the good part about it is we shall one day be with you where we can once again smile and share a joke or two again....RIP.
Posted by Raphael Alayande on March 27, 2021
We love you but God's love trumps ours and we pray that your soul rest in eternal peace in Jesus name
Posted by Adebisi Otukoya on March 27, 2021
What a sad loss to read of the passage of Kenny OGINNI. I recall the brilliant jovial easy-going colleague back then in Loyola Collage Ibadan. Being a twin we had the pleasure of both Taiwo & Kehinde. Kenny was well regarded by me for his brilliance especially in Mathematics as a subject taught by late Pa Kotun and late Revd Father Sweeney. I lost all contacts with him thereafter for almost 45years (1975-2020) only to reconnect sometime mid- 2020 during the height of the Covid -19 lockdown. Unbelievably after initial introductions our conversations went like there was never a break! Kehinde brought back reminiscences of our college days in his usual easy -going manner. Little did I know that the time was nigh. Adieu . May the good Lord comfort and console the family left behind. May light perpetual shine upon the soul of the departed. Amen.
Posted by Akim Kassim on March 27, 2021
Gone so soon. We love & will miss you, but God loves you more. Rest in the arms of the Lord. May almighty God give those of us you left behind, the fortitude to bear our loss -Amen
Posted by Kwesi Gansah on March 26, 2021
I don’t believe am writing a tribute to my brother and best friend we made plans together we visited each other across the Atlantic we talked every other week I wish this a bad dream and I will wake up and things will be alright. Kenny your soul will Rest In Peace till I see you again I will end this tribute as we always end our text messages I love you brother.
Posted by Funmi Kassim on March 26, 2021
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Olajumoke Bankole on March 26, 2021
Dear Cousin Kein,
I started praying that the Lord will heal you immediately I heard of your ill health even though we didn't see eye to eye, but the Lord knows best for taking you to Himself at this time. But thank God for sweet memories you left behind. The last time I saw you was about 2 years ago at Sabo,Yaba in Lagos when you were so appreciative of my surprise visit. You were your same old jovial self just as you've been since our younger days at Mokola/Bodija.
Sun re o dear cousin. Rest well at the bosom of our Lord where we shall meet to part no more.
May the Lord grant your wife and children and the rest of the family and your loved ones the fortitude to bear your loss.
It is well
Posted by Oluranti Adekunle on March 26, 2021
Kehinde had been my dependable friend for over 50 years. We grew up in the same neighbourhood in Ibadan though we attended different secondary schools. He attended Loyola college Ibadan. while I attended Government college Ibadan. We remained close till death , when he moved to Britain in the 80's we never lost touch of each other till the time he passed on to meet the Lord. God knows best.We thought he would be able to pull through. May the most high God comfort his wife and children. I miss you my dependable friend.
Posted by Lanre Osunsanya on March 26, 2021
Bros Kenny still in shock at ur demise. I was told u were ill about 2 weeks ago only to be told you had gone 2 days ago. You were a very loving Egbon, jovial and humorous. There was never a dull moment with u. I pray the Lord comfort your wife, children and siblings. It is well
Posted by ty fatungase on March 26, 2021
May the Lord comfort and console the family he left behind.
Words fail me.
Posted by Kemi Ige on March 26, 2021
I am very saddened to hear of your loss. And I and my family send our deepest sympathy at this very difficult time. (Mr Oginni) I often refer to him as uncle was a very friendly full of humour and easy going man. And we share the same birthday and that made him special. Aunty, I know it must be hard for you and the girls right now. But God knows best and He will comfort you at a time as this. Our prayers are with you and family. Please accept our deepest condolences and know that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Olumuyiwa Awoseyi on March 26, 2021
'Paaa Oginnni' this pain to me is skin deep!
I still find it difficult to believe, l wish someone can tell me its all a joke.
Will surely miss your jokes and slangs bruv. Thanks for your love for my family.
I will surely stop weeping and mourning you but my only Paa Oginnnni it wont be easy l know that for sure my good paddy
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