Nyamekye
Nyamekye Tetteh
  • 58 years old
  • Date of birth: Oct 17, 1955
  • Date of passing: Jan 22, 2014
Let the memory of Nyamekye be with us forever.
This Website was created in memory of our loved one, MRS NYAMEKYE TETTEH, 58, born on October 17, 1955 who passed away on January 22, 2014 at Whipps Cross University Hospital, London. We will remember her forever. BURIAL ARRANGEMENTS are as follows: LAYING IN STATE at CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, Shiashie, EAST LEGON on SATURDAY 8TH MARCH 2014 at 7AM.....; BURIAL, MEMORIAL & THANKSGIVING SERVICE will be held at the Calvary Baptist Church, Shiashie, at 8AM.....; INTERNMENT: Presbyterian Cemetery, MAMPONG AKUAPEM after a further LAYING IN STATE in ABOTAKYI at 11:30AM.....; FINAL FUNERAL RITES follows: SATURDAY 8TH MARCH at the grounds of CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, SHIASHIE, EAST LEGON and also in ABOTAKYI.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Jonas Blewuada on 17th October 2014

"Nyamekye, you were a gift of the Almighty to many and Zena & I have been privileged to have shared a bit of your love and generosity. We miss you dearly but are consoled by the fact that you are now in the glorious and everlasting presence of our Almighty Father God. Rest in His perfect peace. Jonas & Zena"

This tribute was added by mavis asumadu-sakyi on 9th August 2014

"Niche, it's been over six months since u left this world.  A day does not go by without me thinking about you.  I miss u soooo much.  My weekends are not meaningful anymore, it is empty and boring without u.  I wake up and u are my first thought as it used to be when you were living .  Niche I miss u.  I know u relieved from the pain and suffering u we're going through, but it still hurts that u are no more here with us.  My dear Niche until we see each other in Heaven rest in perfect peace. Love u lots.  Abena"

This tribute was added by muriel aikins on 11th March 2014

"God saw that she was getting a bit tired and cure was not to be. So He put His loving arms around Nyamekye and whispered, "Come with Me". With tearful eyes we watched you and saw you pass away. Although we loved you dearly, we could not make you stay, because He had made the command and He must be obeyed. A golden heart stopped beating, hard working hands called to rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us that He only takes the very best! Rest in peace my sister ... just rest. You are home with your maker and that is what He has sanctioned, with the promise that He will take care of, and sustain all those with broken hearts. We will be okay because He who promised is faithful. Damirifa ... Damirifa ... Damirifa."

This tribute was added by Kwabena Ogyam on 10th March 2014

"We are still reeling from the shocking news of our dear sister’s demise. ‘Mekye was how I liked to call her and anytime she heard  me address her so over the phone, she would easily identify me, no matter how hard I tried to disguise my voice. I recall with fondness when as kids, my siblings and I used to visit the Abutakyi household and later in our adulthood she and Senyo always welcomed me to their home in London on many occasions. We continued to draw inspiration from each other upon our return to Ghana after our sojourns abroad. We last spoke over the phone in October, 2013. When I enquired of her health, she replied stoically, “I am taking it a day at a time”!!  Early in January, 2014, I had intended phoning her to give her well-wishes for New Year upon her return from Accra  but alas, it wasn’t to be!! “God’s Gift”, the Lord knows best. Rest in perfect peace."

This tribute was added by Ewoenam Puplampu on 10th March 2014

"The memories linger on........so sweet, so gentle and so beautiful. Nyamekye you were indeed a good and perfect gift from above, not only to Senyo and your "boys" but to humanity. We were honoured to have you all visit our home in Italy years back; there I truly had opportunity to experience your gentleness firsthand.Several years later when Albert passed, you were there and sat with me for a long time after the service. That was comforting. Nyamekye thank you for leaving a bit of yourself in our hearts to cherish and carry with us always.
Hey! you made the best "korkor" (ripe plantain) and kontomire stew I have ever had.
Ewoenam, Judy & Stephen"

This tribute was added by Stephen Ampofo on 5th March 2014

"You were named Nyamekye, “God’s gift” and yes, Nyamekye Ampofoa, you were a gift to the family, and those with whom you crossed path.  God’s gift, Nyamekye, you lived true to your name.  You exhibited elegance, grace and splendor, radiating the beauty of Christ during your short earthly journey.  You did not allow your physical afflictions to define your destiny and, in the midst of excruciating pains, lived a fulfilled life.  As a Christian you never lost sight of the essence of life and by the confession of your faith you showed that you were prepared to meet your Maker anytime He would call you home.  During several of our phone conversations and a visit to you while receiving medical treatment in London you always would end by reminding me that you were taking it a day at a time under the grace and providence of God but also testifying that the Lord had done so much for you, more than you ever hoped for.  Like the men of faith of old you portrayed the Christian as a pilgrim on this earth, affirming death is only a door to all that is far better.
Ampofoa, you repeatedly made us aware of the gravity of your health situation yet I still cannot come to terms that you are no longer with us.  I will miss your sweet, calm and contagious smile.  My little and dearest cousin, God’s gift to the Ampofo family,  the Asamoah Yaw clan of Mampong-Akwapim and to the larger human community whom you blessed with your presence, enjoy and rest in the bosom of the Lord your Maker until we meet again.  
Asare"

This tribute was added by Alice Eck on 5th March 2014

"We first met as ‘ninoes’ in Aburi Girls’ Secondary School and as part of the ‘B’ class, we found ourselves together in a closely-knit group. God brought us together again on Cape Coast University campus where, as room-mates, we became really close and shared such intimate times, as only room-mates can. Together with T. Ankumah (Annan) we spent a lot of time in the ‘inner chamber ‘ where Nyamekye’s bed was, chatting, laughing, praying and encouraging one another in the faith. We would kneel down at Nyamekye’s bed and pray, but not before Nyamekye had made sure we had emptied our mouths of our chewing gums. “We must go before God with reference”, She would say. We rarely missed the campus Christian fellowship meetings. They were so rich and our Christian lives grew by leaps and bounds.

Nyamekye returned from one GHAFES (Ghana Fellowship of Evangelical Students) conference extraordinarily excited. – She had met a certain young man, called Senyo Tetteh  (S.T.) whom we secretly referred to as ‘Simon Templar’.  From then on, he became the subject of many of our most intense prayers. Needless to say, our prayers and those of others were answered. They culminated in a glorious wedding and more importantly, the beautiful union and home to which we all bore witness.
The last time I communicated with Nyamekye was in an on-line chat.  She had just returned to England after spending what she described as ‘the time of her life’ with Senyo and their two boys, Eli and Oku in Ghana, but was already looking forward to her next trip back home.  She expressed how difficult it was for her to be in England away from her husband.

Nyamich, Adwoa Ampofoa, my cherished friend, I will miss you greatly, but I am comforted because I know you are in that super-glorious place with Jesus!  As He promised us in John 14:2-3: There is more than enough room in my Father’s home. If this were not so, would I have told you that I am going to prepare a place for you? When everything is ready, I will come and get you, so that you will always be with me where I am. (NLT)"

This tribute was added by paajoe folson on 3rd March 2014

"Nyamekye!!
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https://www.dropbox.com/s/4fh2lkfvlj45g2w/Nyamekye%2003032014.mp3

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Nyamekye!
So soon you had to leave
Without a chance even to say good bye
If only you were here
If only you could see
The pain and hurt we feel inside

Ooh Nyamekye! 
Dear friend and sister!
A dear wife!
A dear mother! 
Though you're not here
We will always remember
You will stay alive
In our hearts forever

Nyamekye!
Even as you go along your way
We'll treasure the many times we shared with you
Deep inside our hearts
You will forever stay
Until our very lives are through

Ooh Nyamekye! 
Dear friend and sister!
A dear wife!
A dear mother! 
Though you're not here
We will always remember
You will stay alive
In our hearts forever"

This tribute was added by becky annan on 28th February 2014

"Never met you in person but through your friend Rachel Baddoo you were on our prayer list
We thank The Lord for your life God knows what is best for His children and He loves you more
We know you are in a better place Rest in perfect peace
From Christine Emelia & Becky"

This tribute was added by Sonii David on 28th February 2014

"We first met in the 1980s when Nyamakye lived in Liberia and was my colleague at the University of Liberia. We became close friends and Nyamakye and Senyo both got to know my whole family. We later lost touch when the Tettehs left Liberia but got back together when I moved to Ghana in 2005. Even after such a long period of not being in touch, we resumed our friendship. I will miss you Nyamakye. Sonii/Magdalene"

This tribute was added by Kafui Ayer on 20th February 2014

"Beautiful Nyamekye, your life was an example of love, courage fortitude and deep love for God. You were a rare gem and you touched many lives. Sleep on, beautiful one. Take a well deserved rest from all pain and the cares of this world. It has been wonderful knowing you."

This tribute was added by Lynn Brandful on 16th February 2014

"'Nyamekye' you were a gift to us all at the British High Commission, Accra. It was indeed a pleasure to have worked with you . We shared your laughter and your challenges. You were selfless, humble, courteous, approachable, forever radiant and a good role model to many in the team. May you find eternal REST in the arms of the Lord. Rest in Perfect Peace Nyamekye.    
your former colleagues (British High Commission)"

This tribute was added by Patricia Jabbeh Wesley on 14th February 2014

"Nyamekye, My Dear Friend & Sister,

How brief life has been, how shocking, your home going, my sister. We met as young instructors and Christian women and young women, praying for God's blessings of children, you, the beautiful, calm and peaceful sister from Ghana, in Monrovia, your dear husband and you and me and mine, long before our kids came, and how dear you were to me, all the discussions, the praying time for babies, oh, my sister! Last time we saw you, in the late 1990s while Liberia burned, you and Senyo on your way from Canada, did not forget us, and in all the busy schedules, you visited us in Michigan, oh Nyamekye, I am in tears, my sister. The Lord has always been our refuge, and you, his lovely daughter, now with him? My heart weeps for losing such a wonderful sister and I am so far away. Bro. TB. sent me a short e-mail, and since 4 am, when my phone alerted me and I saw your name and then the news, there is no more sleep, Nyamekye. God has called you home to rest. And the boys are missing you. We will always cherish you, dear, and we will meet again on that great morning. Then, there will be no more death, no more tears, no more sickness, and there will be singing and rejoicing on that great morning. No words or tears will ever erase our memory. Mlen-Too sends his love to the boys you left behind.

Patricia"

This tribute was added by Canham K Donkor on 9th February 2014

"In one October evening in 1974, I met you for the first time at a KFRIFE (Christian Fellowship) meeting at the University of Cape Coast Protestant Chapel. We were both there as first year students. You were such a respectful, transparent, caring, responsible and intelligent lady. I will forever cherish the great fellowship we had together as students. Those fond memories will forever remain with me. Rest in the Lord until we meet again."

This tribute was added by john ayew on 8th February 2014

"You were my dearest among all in abotakyi. You always spoke to me with much respect and dignity. You had a big heart and a woman virtue and substance was what you were. I still remember all the good things and the sound advice you keep giving me whenever I call. You were truly the daughter of your mother, awuraa Akua.
I stand in awe and on behalf of my mother Hilda your big sister, and my brothers  Henry , Daniel  and Michael , we say demirefa due, due me amanehunu.
You were the best and still is best among all my aunties !!!
Auntie Nyamekye ,God be with you till we meet again , uncle Senyo and the boys will do fine, rest in peace beautiful one !!
John Ayew"

This tribute was added by Kofi Yeboah on 7th February 2014

"Some us used to call her "its never true", from a testimony she shared one day at the UCC Christian Fellowship. She was always so gracious, gentle and soothing whenever she spoke to you. I never met her agin after she left UCC in the late 70's but I remember her as if it was yesterday. She was a true example a person whose faith was was built on the solid rock.

Kofi Yeboah"

This tribute was added by Audrey Mensah on 6th February 2014

"I was shocked and heartbroken when i heard of your passing.But i know that you're resting peacefully in the Lord'
s bossom.Nyamekye,you were so sweet , gracious and very respectful.You're gone but will never be forgotten.Rest in perfect peace dear Nyamekye."

This tribute was added by Kofi Owusu on 6th February 2014

"Adwoa, Gladys and I spoke with you on Thursday. You assured us that you were fine and you would be traveling back to the UK on Saturday only to hear of your transition the following Wednesday morning. It was a shock. We take consolation however in the fact that  you have exchanged mortality with immortality and been ushered into the immediate presence of our Lord, the Lord you loved and served, and sought to obey in all you did. Farewell dear sister. Rest in peace till the resurrection when we shall meet again, not to part."

This tribute was added by Opkjojo Biney on 4th February 2014

"FROM YOUR BIG BROTHER DR.KWASI AMPOFO AND FAMILY...!!

MY BELOVED LIL SISTER WORDS CANNOT EXPLAIN HOW SHARTERED  AND HEAVY OUR HEARTS FEELS DRAINING WITH SORROW, I WILL MISSED SEEING YOUR FACE AND HEARING YOUR VOICE AGAIN,BUT WE KNOW FOR SURE THAT YOU ARE AT A BETTER PLACE, AND IN PEACE.

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN  SISTER,MAY YOU REST IN PERFECT PEACE. AND OUR CONDOLENCE  GOES TO SENYO,ELI,AND OKU"

This tribute was added by Margaret Ninsin on 4th February 2014

"We miss you but we also understand that you are with the Lord who created you. We will continually love you. It was a blessing to share your life."

This tribute was added by Margaret Ninsin on 4th February 2014

"Our loss as a family is so great but l am consoled by the fact that eventhough we will continue to miss you, you are certainly resting in the arms of God. You are free from every pain. We love you."

This tribute was added by Margaret Ninsin on 4th February 2014

""no words can really express my sense of loss at your passing. However l thank God that l had the opportunity to share your life. When  
you visited in december 2013 l did not know that was our last meeting. I thank God l had the opportunity to hug you. May the Lord bless and Keep you till we meet again."

This tribute was added by Joycelyn Addom on 4th February 2014

"We ate lunch together on the 16th of Jan upon your request.(banku & tilapia).You were concerned about your home and your dear husband.Victor and I can not forget you Nyamich as my husband called you.Rest in perfect peace sweet sister.You really fought a good fight.May you rest  peacefully in the bosom of your maker you faithfully served.Senyo will be fine.God will take care, of him."

This tribute was added by Opkjojo Biney on 3rd February 2014

"FROM YOUR DEAREST SISTER NANA ADWOO

MY DEAREST SISTER "NYAMEKYE"..,WE GREW UP AS KIDS TOGETHER AND WERE ALWAYS CLOSE .BUT YOU  STRUGGLED SO MUCH IN LIFE AND I REMEMBER US SHARING LOTS OF JOKES.

WE WERE REALLY MEANT TO MEET AT THE AIRPORT THE DAY WE  DEPATURED BUT IT SEEMS LIKE TIME WAS NOT ON OUR SIDE BECAUSE I WANTED TO SEE U AND GIVE U A HUG SOO BAD SIS BUT GOD ALSO HAD HIS PLANS  THAT DAY AND WE HAD TO LIVE AT DIFFERENT DEPARTURE SCHEDULE

MY KIDS AND I THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING,GOD KNOWS BEST AND I KNOW YOU ARE WITH HIM SO REST IN PEACE SIS.... TILL WE MEET AGAIN."

This tribute was added by David Acquah on 3rd February 2014

"May the almighty JEHOVAH keep you till we meet again. I never had a personal encounter with you, but whenever Mr. Tetteh spoke about you, i could feel the love and how special you meant to him and the family. Hoping to meet you one day to let you know you were loved and very special. Mummy Da Yie!"

This tribute was added by Barbara Entsuah on 3rd February 2014

"My dear Nyamekye
When we talked the Saturday before you left Ghana you were cheerful and full of Joy, only to hear of your going to be with your Lord a few days later. Jojo and I thank the Lord for your friendship. You were more like a sister, from Legon to Liberia to Ghana, both you and Senyo have been tight friends. Thanks for making it to our 30th wedding anniversary celebration in December even though not well. A lot of your friends were able to see you there for one last time on earth. You have fought the good fight and you have won, because you are in the arms of your savior, no more in pain and fully healed. Rest in Him until we meet again. Barbara"

This tribute was added by Kingsley Osei on 3rd February 2014

"My wife and I met Nyamekye through the husband when we worked together at the Family Life of the Calvary Baptist Church. She was always full of smiles and related to us as if we were old friends from school days. We recall the very exemplary marriage relationship the couple exhibited at all times that made marriage look so beautiful. If it is not for the grace of God, we would wonder how Senyo can handle such painful separation from his sweet wife and friend, but we know God is still in control. Enjoy your fellowship with your Lord in heaven, Nyamekye. All the living saints will join you one day. Kingsley & Doris"

This tribute was added by Jessie Amable on 2nd February 2014

"When I first met her, I was struck by her sweet gentle spirit but everyone who knew her acknowledges that. Nyamekye was a lady - one to whom gracefulness came naturally.You've fought a good fight, the living miracle has gone to be with the miracle maker! God grant you rest, and comfort Senyo, Eli, Oku and all your loved ones. Rest in peace."

This tribute was added by Opkjojo Biney on 2nd February 2014

"FROM UR NIECE OPOKUA

DEAREST AUNTIE!.....I STILL DO NOT BELIEVE YOU ARE GONE AND LEAVING HEARTS BROKEN.AND I AM LAYING AWAKE JUST REMEMBERING,YOUR STRUGGLES,AND MAJOR MORTIVATIONS YOU HAD IN YOUR LIFE.

AUNTIE!.... YOU LEARNED TO LIVE LIFE TO THE FULLEST WITH PASSION,GRATEFULLNESS,AND ALL THE BLESSING GOD GAVE YOU.EVEN THOUGH YOU REALIZED THAT LIFE MIGHT ALWAYS NOT BE FAIR WHATEVER CHALLENGES YOU FACED,YOU WERE GRATEFULL FOR EVERY LITTLE BLESSINGS THAT CAME YOUR WAY BECAUSE YOU WERE A FIGHTER.

BUT NOW IT SEEMS  HEAVEN WAS NEEDING A "HERO..OO"..JUST SOMEBODY JUST LIKE YOU.REMEMBERING THE LAST TIME WE TALKED YOU SAID TO ME NEVER TO GIVE UP IN ALL THE HARDSHIPS,ILLNESSES,AND THE LOST OF MY FATHER BECAUSE GOD NEVER GIVE US SOMETHING  WE COULD NEVER HANDLE.
AND I SHOULD NOT STOP SERVING GOD.

AUNTIE!!..THANKS FOR YOUR WORDS OF WISDOM YOU SHARED WITH ME.I WILL MISS U SO..SO..MUCH WITH YOUR SUNNY  SUNFLOWER SMILE....."DAMIRIFA DUE  AND I DEDICATE THE JAMES BLUNT SONG (GOODBYE MY LOVER) ON BEHALF OF UNCLE SENYO AND MY LOVE TO MY GRIEVING COUSINS ELI&OKU.
GOODBYE AUNTIE NYAMEKYE
FROM YOUR NIECE OPOKUA  UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN"

This tribute was added by Theodora Osseo-Asare on 2nd February 2014

"I was deeply saddened to hear of Nyamekye’s passing. I immediately thought back to our Sixth Form days at Aburi Girls, and our Scripture Union days.

The last time I saw her was during one of my visits home to Ghana. Rachel, Ameg, Brother Jude, R.G and a few other friends had lunch together. We picked up from where we left off, reminiscing about the good old days!
Her love for the Lord, her beauty inside and out, were so evident and a shining example. She will be dearly missed.
Rest peacefully in the arms of our Savior till we meet again."

This tribute was added by Victoria Kye on 2nd February 2014

"When I heard the sad news, I was totally shaken. My last meeting with beautiful,beautiful,always smiling Nyamekye was many years ago in Milton Keynes. Though we did not keep in touch, I never forgot her. She was truly beautiful inside and out. M'adamfo Pa, da yiye. Your pain is over. God keep you in His eternal love (Victoria Asare)"

This tribute was added by Monica Busia on 2nd February 2014

"For Nyamekye, our sister,  may you rest in peace.  The world will not be the same without you, so long!"

This tribute was added by PAULINE ADJETEY on 2nd February 2014

"My dear Nyamekye,
You and I first met in 1963 at Achimota  Primary School when you joined our school  mid-stream and  we became  classmates.   We have been friends ever since - 50 + years of blessed friendship!  I thank God for this privilege.  We first became close friends during the Summer of 1966 at the Primary School Summer Course in preparation for our Common Entrance exams.  You and I slept in one corner of the dormitory, and at bedtime before going to sleep, you and I would chat and share sweets and biscuits that your Mum had brought you from home.  You touched me with your warm heart and generosity even back then.  

In 1967, four of us from Achimota Primary School, (you, me, Jane and Naa) continued as classmates in Form 1B at Aburi Girls Secondary school.  Our friendship blossomed as 11 year old ‘NINOs’ together, and we found ourselves again in the same class.  At Secondary School you did not allow your health issues to stop you participating in most activities and you joined in the fun and games together  with everyone else, as we studied together to cart out our future.  

Your second stay in the UK drew us back closer together again.  I will miss times like our shopping visit to Oxford Street with Rachel, when you bravely bore up exceptionally well.   I will miss the alternated visits to each other’s homes, sometimes with our adult children, over shared lunches and evening meals and indeed our shared prayers for the children.   In addition to your beauty of heart, you were a star cook and a perfect hostess, and OC and I will miss those times together with you and Senyo .   We will really miss those happy times.  When OC and I visited you at your flat soon before your trip to Ghana  last Christmas,  we were not to know that that would be our last chance of seeing  you.  But as we were reminded at the Memorial last night, you are indeed in a better place, and your parting may be our loss, but your gain, ‘…..to live is Christ, to die is Gain’.   OC and I already miss you dearly.   We continue to pray for Senyo,  Eli and Oku.   May your cherished soul rest with the Lord in perfect peace……..until we meet again.
Pauline  Adjetey  (nee Essah)"

This tribute was added by Kwasi Edwards on 2nd February 2014

"Words can't even explain how much I am missing u right now auntie. You were alway  there me, you even brought me to your home on vacations, I saw u more often than my own mother and treated me like your own. I will never forget you or forget the day u told me i can be anything I want as long as I work hard at it. Rest in piece auntie and u will always be missed.:(:( luv you auntie forever and always"

This tribute was added by Kwasi Edwards on 2nd February 2014

"Words can't even explain how much I am missing u right now auntie. You were alway  there me, you even brought me to your home on vacations, I saw u more often than my own mother and treated me like your own. I will never forget you or forget the day u told me i can be anything I want as long as I work hard at it. Rest in piece auntie and u will always be missed.:(:( luv you auntie forever and always"

This tribute was added by Nana Adu Nabb on 2nd February 2014

"I knew her as my teacher. Miss Nyamekye Oku-Ampofo. God's gifts are ALWAYS beautiful. Gentle; Graceful; A TRUE beacon of light. A LADY in every sense of the word.

May God comfort the family, & may you find eternal REST."

This tribute was added by Kwamena Bondzie on 1st February 2014

"We thank the Lord for the fondest memories that you left with all of us and for your quiet example in how to face adversity.  May the Good Lord that you walked with here on earth give you rest and peace in Him.   Kwamena and Naana."

This tribute was added by Tawia Ankumah on 1st February 2014

"When I heard the sad news, I had to do a search through my email to pick up my last birthday wishes from Nyamekye. She was faithful in remembering my birthday each year. From our Aburi days in the "B" classes to our UCC days with "Mamfio" (Alice Eck), we enjoyed fellowship, food & fun! I still remember the spinach stew you made when our whole family visited you & Senyo! You have fought a good fight; you have finished the race; now rest safely, sheltered in the arms of God. Our thoughts & prayers are with Senyo & the young men. (T. Annan)"

This tribute was added by Pauline Appafram on 1st February 2014

"Just attended the Memorial Service for Sis Nyamekye Tetteh, we knew her as Ms Oku-Ampofo. The most heartfelt tributes I have heard in a long while.  She was an Abugiss Old Girl And that Counted for much - she waa a beacon of light. Everything that was said about her today was true, a testament to the light she brought to those who knew her. She left Abugiss and came back to teach us younger ones - selfless indeed.  It is often said the good die young; Sis Nyamekye you remain forever young in all our hearts; May your soul rest in eternal peace in the arms of the Lord.  Your toils are over, your pain is finished. Rest dear Beacon. Damirifa due!!"

This tribute was added by rachel baddoo on 1st February 2014

"Dear Nyamekye.....you were my friend from form one when we met almost 47 years ago. We kept in touch..in Liberia, London..Accra
You were extremely kind and thoughtful...you were very brave and you carried on with your life no matter how you were feeling. Thank you for your friendship. You were a gift to us. Henry, the girls and I will miss you very much. Rest peacefully in the arms of the Lord you loved so much and served faithfully."

This tribute was added by Akosua Oseiwa Opoku on 1st February 2014

"Sister Nyamekye, it's been ages since we last met but you're forever in our hearts and minds. We will always remember the gentle spirit and the lovely smile. Onyame mfa wo nsie:("

This tribute was added by Edward Osei on 1st February 2014

"It was a delight to meet Nyamekye at her flat in Chingford with Brother Stephen Ampofo who was spending a few days with me in London. It was at this visit she spoke freely about her medical condition and how grateful she was to the Almighty for his abundant grace. She had such a pleasant personality and a lovely spirit. Albeit, the encounter was brief, it impacted me positively. SHE LOVED THE LORD. Rest in your maker."

This tribute was added by Akua Kyere-Dabour on 1st February 2014

"The righteous perishes, and no man takes it to heart. Merciful men/women are taken away, while no one considers that the righteous is taken away from evil. He/she shall enter into peace; they shall rest in their beds, each one walking in his/her uprightness. Isaiah 57: 1-2
My dear sister, may your soul rest in perfect peace. from Akua Kyere-Diabour."

This tribute was added by Sackey Bennin on 1st February 2014

"When we last met with you and Senyo at the Addai-Diawuos residence in London, together with Henry and Pauline Adjetey, you were so open about your challenges.Yet full of faith. You said you were ready to go home whenever it pleased the Lord to call you. It was said ever so serenely and matter-of-factly. But therein lay the secret of your calm spirit: being secure in your Father's love. So sleep tight in His loving arms. Goodnight, Nyamekye, Goodnight. Sackey & Lucy."

This tribute was added by Nana Adwoa A. Thompson on 1st February 2014

"Graceful......a lady......a Christian whose life was worth emulating. You loved our Heavenly Father, it was evident right from our school days as we looked up to you and your colleague 6th formers. Sleep on in The Lord Sis Nyamekye. Rest in Perfect Peace"

This tribute was added by Abigail Kwashi on 1st February 2014

"She was Miss Oku Ampofo when I met her in September 1978 as our Form 1 History teacher. She was so beautiful and graceful. She completely fascinated me with the sweetness and grace in her demeanor and carriage. We thank God for her life and that there are so many loved ones to miss her because of the positive impact she had on our lives. May she rest in peace in the bosom of our Lord."

This tribute was added by Joyce Berchie on 1st February 2014

"Ohenenana da yi ye.  Damire fa due.  May the Good Lord keep you safe soft - spoken angel.  Yeboaa Akuffo - '80 year group Aburi Girls Secondary School."

This tribute was added by Joscelyn Barnor (Azu-Crabbe) on 1st February 2014

"A sweet, loving woman. She fought hard and lived fully to the glory of God. Deepest sympathy to Senyo, Eli and Oku. Our prayers are with you."

This tribute was added by Alice Sena Lamptey on 1st February 2014

"When I saw the sad news on the JWI list serve my mind went straight to the happy memories we share as classmates in Aburi Girls. Our close knit group (Rachel, Clara, T Annan, 'Jackdaw', Doris Disu, Naabia...who else?) Sharing food, the nicknames and silly jokes. The privilege of knowing your prominent dad and mum and later our own families and especially our children. Nyamekye, we love you very much. Your sweet soul and these memories will forever keep you in our hearts until we meet again. Our DEAREST sister and friend, rest in perfect peace in the loving arms of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ."

This tribute was added by Joyce Berchie on 1st February 2014

"When God reached down and collected your soul
You reached up knowing you had to go.
You feel the warmth upon your face
As you enter the land of God's good grace,
Mum and dad and loved ones gone,
Waiting there beyond the door.
With open arms they welcome you,
With love amazement in your eyes.

I have no regret knowing you,
Your beauty and your love,
Your gentleness and your smile,
Were all examples of God's love in you.

Farewell dear friend, I will miss you,
Until we meet again, farewell!

Joyce Berchie (Asamoah)"

This tribute was added by Tse Amable on 31st January 2014

"Nyamekye was a perfect lady. Many times I got close to her, I was so awed by her gentle spirit. I knew brother Senyo at UST as a gentleman and a serious Chrife brother. In fact, it was Senyo's non-Chrife course mates who fueled my curiosity to meet Senyo. Years later when I met Nyamekye, I knew this was exactly what God intended Eve to be for Adam. Nyamekye was a helper fit for Senyo. I admired her tenacity."

This tribute was added by Esther Acolatse on 31st January 2014

"Dear Nyamekye, the only person I know that one can call “sweet” and it not sound syrupy. For you were sweet to the core of your being. You loved everyone without undue fuss and made all comfortable in your presence. I recall the times in Aburi when your mum would visit and you would sit in her lap without shame—it takes a teenager comfortable with herself to pull that off! You were the grown-up taking what you needed; we were the kids pretending to be grown-ups.
Your gentle strength displayed in your relationship with friends and with the close friend you lived with in your body who taught you how to suffer well and leave the rest of us an example. We who knew you are indeed blessed and thankful that you shared your life with us. Though you and I were parted for many years we fell into step again just less than a month before your being called home. We held each other in an endless hug and swayed our quiet thanks for a chance to meet again.
Later when by grace or design or both we sat at the same table for the dinner to celebrate Jojo and Barbara – you, Senyo, Florence Hutchful, Apostle Jude and myself—amidst all that chatter, there was a stillness about you and you seemed constantly lost in praise; eyes closed as you gently nodded to the songs of worship and praise as if to say “Yes Lord, you know” Yes Lord, when you’re ready”.  I will carry that memory of your countenance of serenity tinged with praise with me for a long time.
Till we meet, till we meet
Till we meet at Jesus feet
Till we meet, till we meet.
And see you in your glorious new body!
With hope and anticipation—Esther"

This tribute was added by Frances Owusu-Daaku on 31st January 2014

"My classmate in the B class- and I one of the little ones. You were so serene, even in pain. I never thought that the time I delivered your medicine when I inadvertently left it in London would be the last time we'd meet face to face. You fought long and hard and now the good Lord has called you home. I look forward to when we'll meet again"

This tribute was added by Dr. Ransom Affram on 31st January 2014

"This smile of Nyamekye is truly her gift to us through God's touch on her. How it feels between our present knowledge and her presence in the Lord is surely not our mandate to understand. But it is well in our sorrow even as it is well in her glory. The smile will keep us aglow with hope. Sleep well! RansRence"

This tribute was added by Dr. Samuel Kisseadoo on 31st January 2014

"I knew Nyamekye in Cape Coast University in the late 1970's. We had great fellowship together with the Christian sisters on campus, sometimes in her room, followed by personal chats and prayers with her. I vividly remember her captivating smiles, love for God, decency, elegance, courteous nature, very humble & teachable spirit, and a visit to her father Dr. Oku Ampofo at Mampong Akuapem. My last meeting with her was after preaching in 2012 at Calvary Baptist Church, Adenta, Accra. She walked to me, and realized that I was definitely surprised to see her and to find out she was in the audience as I spoke; so as I stared at her speechless, she also stared at me and loudly said: "It's me; it's me". She did not mention her name, because she knew that there was no way that I should not recognize her. Both of us then laughed. Her sweet memories will ever remain with me. Nyamekye, you fought and won. Your legacy lives on. We shall meet again "Across The River, On The Other side". Rest in the Arms of Jehovah, and joyfully wait for us. Indeed "Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints" (Psalm 116:15). Sam Kisseadoo"

This tribute was added by Eric Bediako on 30th January 2014

"It has been a great pleasure knowing Nyamekye from Cape Coast University in 1976 up to December 2013 when we last visited her and her son Oku in their new flat in Chingford.  Sylvia and I played the guitar and we all sang.  We went food shopping at Tesco.We did not know that it was our last fellowship.  Our heart go to Senyo and the two men Eli and Oku.  Nyamekye is with the Lord and it is better for her."

This tribute was added by Akwasi Addai-Diawuo on 30th January 2014

"Sis, it has been a great pleasure and privilege to have shared in your life story and the fantastic testimonies to our God's Love, Faithfulness and Sovereignty. Your faith and perseverance in prayer will forever be a challenge and inspiration to us. M'awura, Auntie Nyamekye da yie, Onyame mfa wo kra nsie. Akwasi & Vicky."


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