Let the memory of ADOBI be with us forever
  • 46 years old
  • Born on May 10, 1966 .
  • Passed away on June 3, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, ADOBI MOJEKWU 46 years old , born on May 10, 1966 and passed away on June 3, 2012. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Nene Akintan on 3rd June 2017
Forever in our hearts. Continue to rest in peace, amen
Posted by Monica Isiuwe on 3rd June 2017
Always in our hearts......continue to RIP beautiful soul!!!
Posted by Nkiru Nwosu on 3rd June 2017
Ada... continue to rest in peace....
Posted by John Nkem on 10th May 2017
Posted by Charles Duru on 3rd June 2016
It been 4years already and your still in my memory and memories of those you loved so much. We will continue to miss you until we meet again. Sleep tight in God presence
Posted by Garba Aisha on 15th May 2015
Continue to Rest in Peace Adaobi.
Posted by Monica Isiuwe on 10th June 2013
Adobi, one year gone but it feels like you are still around us.Infact, you are indeed around us! what, with your lovely bedsheets/duvets still keeping us warm and brightening our homes, your gift for construing words is still remembered and brings smiles to our faces. Dearest, you will never be forgotten.Alawys in our hearts.
Posted by Lola Ade-Onojobi on 3rd June 2013
Continue to rest in peace, lovely woman!
Posted by Ezinwanne Nnoruka on 3rd June 2013
May perpetual light continue to shine on you..... Ezy Ilodibe-Nnoruka
Posted by Chinyelu Onuora on 3rd June 2013
One year gone so fast but memories of you remain green.
Posted by Mary Orubo on 3rd June 2013
Dobis, It is already one year since you departed to be with your creator. Its been one year of "Oh I wish she didnt travel". For everything, there is a reason but we may not see the reason except God reveals same to us. Continue to rest in Peace my dear friend and sister.
Posted by PJ ! on 27th May 2013
R.I.P my childhood friend. Those visits to Onitsha ... spending time with my cousins and your family were priceless. My condolences to the entire family.
Posted by Uchenna Anokwuru on 24th June 2012
May your soul rest in perfect peace .Though it has been long I saw you, but I will never forget your smile.I pray that the Good Lord will strengthen and comfort your family. Rest in Peace.
Posted by Azukaego Eluemuno on 23rd June 2012
Still cant believe it, though it's been long we saw each other. Adaobi sleep well, you'll forever be remembered. God will comfort and console Chizoba,Nnenna and Ejike. I still remember your vibrant ways of expressing urself those days in Onitsha.
Posted by Eziafakaku Nwokolo on 22nd June 2012
How does one forget a being who's presence simply resonnates? You make an entrance that isn't easy to forget and so the heavens allowed you to exit with a bang too. Sleep on till resurrection morning my dear. Keep the smile going.....
Posted by Nneka Ehirim on 21st June 2012
I haven't stopped thinking about you, I still don't want to believe it....a part of me still wishes that its all bad dream and you will go for Chika's graduation for me as you promised. Even if I tried, I know I can't find another aunty Adobi to replace you....I love you now, forever and always. May your gentle soul rest in peace, aunty Adobi.
Posted by Eyiyemi Rogbinyin on 21st June 2012
God is faithful always. you are already resting in the bosom of God Almighty
Posted by Bunmi Pratt on 21st June 2012
Rest in Peace Adaobi We love you
Posted by Chidilim Menakaya on 21st June 2012
Still feels unreal....like we are all in the middle of a horrific nightmare.... Good Night Big sis.....~
Posted by Charles Duru on 21st June 2012
Madam, the bossom of the Lord is our final rest place. May you find rest in his everlasting presence. All of us will forever miss you but will also never forget the memories of a wonderful sister, cousin, mother and most of all a GREAT madam that you were to us all. Adieu! Adieu! Adieu! till we meet again and depart no more.
Posted by Chinyere Iroegbunam on 20th June 2012
They lied. It doesnt get any better, the pain doesn't lessen and the loss is still as fresh as the first day. Dobis Nwata di nma, larger than life, always was, always will be.
Posted by Mary Orubo on 19th June 2012
What can I say Adobi??????????? I wish I had words to express how I feel. But I know that God knows why. "Life is indeed too short" Continue to rest in the bossom of the Almighty God who loves you more than we do. To your Dad and syblings, I say, it is well with you in Jesus name Amen.
Posted by Flo Okoli on 18th June 2012
Madame! Our interactions were mostly limited to family gatherings but I always liked and admired you! You were an amazon - a black beauty, with an amazing sense of humour - wry, ironic - with your original one-liners, and a heart of gold you tried to hide in a tough exterior! We love you, God loves u more! Missing u already! RIP, Sister!
Posted by Ademola Latinwo on 17th June 2012
Posted by Onome Akpireh on 17th June 2012
Soooooooo full of life........... Sleep well, Snr Adaobi
Posted by Deola Olatunbosun-Adedayo on 16th June 2012
Adobi, though we spent two short years together from 1976 to 1978, I still remember your playful spirit, when we met on Broad Street in 1994 and you jumped on me and we gisted till the shop holder asked us to leave, you were as playful as ever. What can I say? Good night my friend, sleep well
Posted by Hezekiah Olaniran on 15th June 2012
Sleep well beloved. We love you but Christ loves you more dearly. May the good Lord wipes our tears away and remove the agony of our hearts over your death. Bye till we meet in eternity!
Posted by Ifeoma Omile on 15th June 2012
May your soul find peace with God. Good night Ada.....
Posted by Chris Ebosie on 14th June 2012
I never met you but heard nice words of you, May your soul rest in perfect peace. Amen!
Posted by Ejike Iroegbunam on 14th June 2012
You touched our lives in such a wonderful way that you would always live in our hearts!
Posted by Ben Okoye on 13th June 2012
Adaobi rest in the bossom of d Lord!
Posted by Uzoamaka Ogoazi on 13th June 2012
Adaobi rest in Peace, You will be missed.
Posted by ADEOLA FOLIVI on 12th June 2012
Dear Adaobi, Rest in Perfect Peace in the bosom of our Lord. May the Lord comfort your family and grant them them Grace and strength as they go through this very dificult period. I know that God will be sufficient for them now and forever
Posted by Catherine Kwentoh on 11th June 2012
those we love dont die they go to sleep ,they walk beside us,unseen,unheard,still loved,if only tears could build a stairway and memories a lane.i would walk up to bring u home.u will be forever missed,cant say goodbye.ijeoma.till we meet again.rest in the lord.may ur family find strenght in the lord.
Posted by Iffy Agbaim-sampson on 11th June 2012
God has given us grace to know you, Adaobi. Grace to love you and to be your friends, family and colleague. Rest in God's bosom as you have found grace to do so.
Posted by Joshua Gogo on 11th June 2012
R.I.P. Adaobi... Heaven is surely sweeter than Earth!!! Adieu
Posted by Chike Okonyia on 10th June 2012
Words cannot express my shock. I must submit to my God and His will for all mankind. I am persuaded that He knows all about this...but it is hard. We had quite a few laughs and good times back then. My prayers go to all the members of her family including my boss Mrs. Adaobi Nwaneri, Pamela and Debbie. It is well.
Posted by Monica Isiuwe on 10th June 2012
Words cannot begin to describe you Adaobi. Is it vibrant,industrious witty, intelligent, selfless.....the list goes on and on.You impacted lives including me and my family. Chizoba, Nnenna, Ejike pls do not weep as she is in a better place.The Lord giveth and taketh. We are surrounded by your legacy that lives on sister.Oh death where is thy sting??Rest in peace and.Adieu!!
Posted by Chinedu Okala on 10th June 2012
Adaobi, May the eternal blessing of the lord and his countenance shine upon your soul. Whether its day or night, "death hath no shame...." We all played and hoped for a good life. My birthday always followed yours and the rest of the festivities we enjoyed as young lads. You indeed little "sister" are gone too soon. May your soul rest in peace.
Posted by Funmilola Samuel on 9th June 2012
RIP Adaobi, may you find eternal rest in the Lord's bosom.
Posted by Nkay Nnonyelu on 9th June 2012
Adaobi, Rest in Peace, To Chizoba and Nnenna, may the Lord console you and the rest of the family in Jesus name.
Posted by Ezinwanne Ubezonu on 9th June 2012
Gone too soon. Rest in Perfect Peace Adobi!
Posted by Chioma Menax on 9th June 2012
Adaobi. This is really hard but I know you are resting at Jesus's feet with your mom. I also feel for Chizoba, Nnenna, Ejike and your Dad. Your passing is a hard blow on them. I will miss your kind and beautiful spirit. R.I.P So long: Chioma Menakaya
Posted by Chinedu Akpa on 9th June 2012
Adaobi, May your vibrant and happy soul rest in the eternal peace of Christ.
Posted by Oyeronke Oyetunde on 9th June 2012
Dear Adaobi, rest in peace. So full of life and vigour. Industrious. What a shock! Gone too soon ...
Posted by Garba Aisha on 9th June 2012
Rest in perfect peace Adaobi. God's loves you best and He knows why He took you as He did.
Posted by Ngozi Uchime on 9th June 2012
Rest in peace Adaobi, your memory will live on. Thank you for touching so many lives positively. I also pray for healing for all the loved ones you left behind. RIP my sister, we love you but God loves you more.<3
Posted by Jennifer Ihuoma Abraham on 8th June 2012
Chizoba nwannem, I didn't know you and Aunty Pam were affected. She has lived a life of impact and has gone to rest. Please take solace in the fact that there's another life after this. You'll see your Sister again. May her soul rest in peace.
Posted by Lola Nnona on 8th June 2012
Rest in peace Adobi. I didnt meet you but you sound like a wonderful person. And I pray for God to grant peace to the loved ones you have left behind.
Posted by Kelechi Dibie on 8th June 2012
It's often said that the bitterest tears shed over graves are for words left unsaid and deeds left undone. Adobi has done her bit in this life. Her life is now heavens home, where sorrow and pain will be no more. Sad that Adobi had to go without a word but let's not forget why God took her. HE ONLY TAKES THE VERY BEST!

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