- 70 years old
- Date of birth: Sep 6, 1940
- Date of passing: Dec 8, 2010
|Let the memory of Nwannadiya Agwu be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved wife, mother, grand mother, sister, aunt and friend, Mma Nwannadiya Agwu Ojo (Nee Arianzu Arua Anaga) who was born on September 6, 1940 and passed away on December 8, 2010. We will remember her forever.
Mma Nwannadiya Agwu Ojo, who was fondly called Mama Ojo by all her friends and associates, was an illustrious woman who led a good christian life that was worthy of emulation. Born to late Nna Arua Anaga of Ndi Agboke Compound, Amaekpu Ohafia who nicknamed her Enyinnaya as a result of his naming her after his close family friend in appreciation of an everlasting benevolence by the later. Resultantly, this name, as we may summise, affected her life - as she was known for her unadulterated love for family, children, humanity, friendship and her larger community.
Mama Ojo was married to Chief Agwu Ojo Eke of Amaekpu Ohafia. She was blessed with eight surviving children - five boys and three girls. She was a hard working savy business woman and community leader - having led the famous Ohafia and Amaekpu Ohafia Women's Wing of her community organizations at different times. She was a baptised active member of the International Assembly of God Church and later First African Presbyterian Church.
Mama, we love you and will miss you dearly, rest in peace in the bosom of him who loved you first. Ka!
"Mma, 4 years ago, you left this earth to be with the Lord. We miss you a lot. The children and the entire family are missing you.
Rest in Peace! We love you!"
"Today we fondly remember the passing of our beloved mother, wife, sister, aunt, friend and inlaw, Mma Nwannadiya Agwu Ojo. Mma Arianzu Odiuko, it pleased the Almighty to grant you eternal rest exactly one year ago.
We will forever miss you - your large heart of compassion, beaming smiles, characteristic humor, cares and wisdom. Continue your rest. We love and miss you dearly. Ka!"
"Nwami nganga! Ever cheerful. Your humor was uplifting. You were a peacemaker; you slept in peace. Your departure is but temporal. We still feel your presence; your attributes live on. Yia, you are always loved. The gloom of the horizon has been swallowed by the bloom of eternity. Continue to rest in peace. We shall meet to part no more. Adieu Nne Oma."
"At time like this we do not have any other thing to say but say Lord we give you thanks for giving you to us, to have as a mother with all the love and care but today you have gone to be with the Lord. We love you but He love you more.I pary for the Ojo family that the Almighty will comfort and give them His Peace. Good night."
"Mama go well in peace! we u left behind will keep praying for u. We luv u but God loves you most.
My condelence to the Ojo's."
"My last memory of u was the harvest thanksgiving service at First African PC.You virtually took over the aisle and demonstrated steps too celestial for a terrestial being. Little did we know that you were dancing your way into your heavenly mansion. You are not dead, ma. We shall see you soon. The memories you left will surely be cherished as long as time lasts!Good night ma, peace to Ojo family."
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