Kiki Geh, 46, of Oklahoma City passed away on Saturday, June 15th, 2019. He was born on July 24, 1972, in Buea, Cameroon to Daniel and Victorine (Takoh-Afosuh) Geh. He was raised in Bamenda and other parts of Cameroon until he was about 6 years old when his family moved to Otukpo, Nigeria. Kiki grew up with 3 siblings: Winifred, Roy, and Elvis. His siblings describe mommy’s boy and the one who never got in trouble.
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Kiki graduated from Wesley High School in Otukpo, Nigeria. He went on to earn a Bachelor's Degree in Geology from the Federal University of Technology in Minna, Nigeria. After moving to the U.S he pursued a Masters degree in Environmental Geology at the Florida State University in Tallahassee.
In Early 2000 Kiki met the love of his life, Jane Mokoro. The two were married in 2003 and were blessed with two children, Eldan and Vinna. Kiki was a loving husband and father. He cared immensely for his family. He worked hard to support them. Kiki worked as an environmental geologist in Cameroon and in Florida and later as a field engineer and directional driller for Schlumberger Oilfield Services. In 2015 Kiki moved out of the Oil & Gas Industry and moved into running a Trucking Company. Kiki and his family were faithful members at Triumphant Church in Oklahoma City, where he was known as Minister Kiki.
In Kiki’s spare time, he enjoyed watching TV shows like family feud, wrestling and, American home videos. Kiki enjoyed spending time with family and playing with his kids. He had a lot of fun time with his nieces and nephews. Everyone will remember Kiki for his kindness, faithfulness to God, gentleness, patience, and love for people.
Kiki was preceded in death by his
Parents, Daniel and Victorine (Takoh-Afosuh) Geh and his brother, Roy Geh
Wife, Jane Geh
Son, Eldan Geh
Daughter, Vinna Geh
Brother, Elvis Geh
Sister, Winifred Kuku.
And numerous extended loving family and friends.