ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Agnes Uti, 80 years old, born on February 21, 1940, and passed away on February 3, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Spurgeon John on April 13, 2021
Adieu, Mama Uti.
Mama and my late dad (Ossai Printer) were second cousins but lived with such love and trust not often found between siblings. I grew up knowing "Mama Uti". She often visited us, and we did, too.

Mama was my first Ukwuani Language teacher, and later Home Economics teacher at Umutu Mixed Secondary School. Mama was an extraordinary soul.

She related to me like a direct son. Loved my wife n children. Shared personal stories of her younger years with me. Encouraged me to care for my birth mother. Mama loved family! I was often baffled and inspired by her intense love and interest in me. Mama would often give me a WhatsApp call! In fact, her last call to me was just about 2 weeks before she passed on. We had talked all through the heat of the pandemic. We had agreed to meet during Christmas. I had promised to visit with my family. When I arrived Umutu for Christmas, I asked after her from her driver, I was told she had traveled to one of her children's place, Asaba or so... I didn't know she would be back before the New Year.... How I miss that last meeting we would have had!

I was hearttbroken when my mum told me she had passed on. Just 2 weeks after she called me. What a lovely soul! What a humble, down-to-earth, compassionate, bold and incredibly courageous woman. She cared for people, n she loved God. She often asked about my ministry n pastoral activities. During our last meeting early 2020, she asked me to pray for them...her legendary husband (Chief Uti) n another mama, we all prayed. I decided to utter my prayer for them in Ukwuani. It was awesome.

Adieu, mama! Your love for me shall remain fresh in my heart for the rest of my life. I love you, mama.

Spurgeon Chukwunweike John
Posted by Weyimi Metseagharun on April 10, 2021
There is time to live and time to depart. You came, lived and impacted your world. That much I can tell from the lives of your children and grand children. May light of God guide your path and may you find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.

Adieu!!!
Posted by Eseohe Azenabor on April 10, 2021
Dear Grandma, I will miss you. The funny jokes we shared, the deep stories you told me and how you always tell me I love you. I am truly sad about you passing away but you are in a better place. In heaven. Rest in Peace and enjoy your life in heaven!
Posted by Ndidi Musa on April 1, 2021
Dear Agnes,
We became family more than 25 years ago. You were always there for us you visited us and were at every celebration we had. Your love for our family was evident.
You left us too soon without an opportunity to say goodbye.
We thank God for the life you lived and we will cherish the memories.
To my in-laws the Uti family may the Lord uphold you through this difficult time. May the sweet memories of Agnes be lights of encouragement to you all.
May light perpetual shine
From Europa Wilson-Agwu USA
Posted by Ndidi Musa on April 1, 2021
Dear Mama you are gone but not forgotten safe in the arms of Jesus.
Our sweet recollections of you will help us through the loss. You were always there for us as the Agwu family through thick and thin you never left us always by our side.
We cherish the fun times we had your laughter and your generosity will always be remembered
To the family may the Lord comfort you through this difficult time may His Abiding Word be a source of strength.
Farewell Mama
From David, Ndidi (Née Agwu)and the Musa family. USA
Posted by Marsha Uti Klein on March 29, 2021
A Tribute to My Gorgeous Sweet Mother

Sweet Mother, I nor go forget you, for the suffer wey you suffer for me o, Sweet Mother I nor go forget you,for the suffer wey you suffer for me o for me o.

When I dey cry my Mother go carry me she go say my pikin wetin you dey ye ye, stop stop,stop stop make you nor cry again o.

When I wan sleep, my Mother go pet me,she go lie me well well for bed oh,She cover me cloth, sing me to sleep, sleep sleep my pikin oh.

When I dey hungry, my Mother go run up and down, she go find me something wey I go chop oh,Sweet Mother ahhh,Sweet Mother oh I love you.

Sweet Mother I nor go forget you, for the suffer wey you suffer for me oh. When I dey sick, my mother go cry cry cry, she go say instead wey I go die make she die oh, She go beg GOD, GOD help me,GOD help me my pikin oh.

If i nor sleep, my mother nor go sleep, if I nor chop, my mother nor go chop. She nor dey tire oh,Sweet Mother, Sweet Mother oh I love you.

My Sweet Mother loved this ☝ Sweet Mother Song, it was one of her favorite song and that's why I dedicate this song to my Sweet Mother who Suffered for me. This song talks about my Sweet Mother and her Motherly Love,Care,Worries e.t.c.

Oh my Sweet Mother, you were a kind, Generous,Loving, Welcoming, Caring, Warm and Open Hearted, you were Hardworking, a Disciplinarian, Loved to cook, Mama always prepared delicious meals ( I call it yummylicious meals). She was a woman with a heart of gold who never thought bad or harboured any bad feeling against someone. I am really privileged and honoured to have had you as my Mother, Mama and I am privileged and honoured to be your daughter. You were the best Mother anyone could wish for. Sweet Mother was a GOD fearing woman, she loved GOD our CREATOR and HIS only Begotten Son JESUS CHRIST. Sweet Mother always prayed for all her Children and Grandchildren,she prayed for everyone in her life.. Sweet Mother taught me to love one another even if the person is un-lovable, taught me to respect my Elders,taught me to be Humble, Compassionate, Kind and Forgiving. She taught me to cook and do house chores. Mama, I wish you lived longer to see your great grand children. Mama you ran a good race and sadly your race is finished in this Earthly Realm and it breaks my heart that I won't see you anymore in this Earthly Realm,no more video calls,no more WhatsApp messages.. . I miss you everyday since your Transition to Eternal Glory Mama, I miss hearing your contagious laughter, I miss seeing your face,words can't describe how much I miss you Nném Omà... I know you are in a much better place far away from this Filthy, Dustbin world we live in(Like you call it in Ukwuani, Ufï Uwa( meaning filthy world or dustbin world). I know you are in the Glorious Kingdom of our LORD JESUS CHRIST in your Glorified Young body Sweet Mother. Gone but not Forgotten,your Legacy will live on in us forever,Mama....Rest in Glorious Perfect Peace Sweet Mother till we meet to part no more ADIEU Ézhi Nném Oma, Ézhinwaéchénigwé, Oshini yé ôsa lï   So long Sweet Mother,Nwa Agolo Okéatu,. Sleep on in CHRIST Sweet Mother till we meet to partnomore. I Love❤❤❤❤ you but GOD loves❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ you more

With Love From,
Marsha.
Posted by YouKay Agwu on March 25, 2021
Oh mama! My wonderful grandmother! So many amazing memories of you! I don't even know where to start. I remember all the times you came to take care of my siblings when they were babies. All the beautiful memories of you showing me how to carry them. I remember in Junior secondary school, you showed me how to make fruit salad and meat pie, for my home economics Junior WAEC exam.

Also when I was about to go to university, you showed me how to make Tomato stew, and okro soup. It really helped to polish my survival skills when I was living alone in university. I remember all those times, when we visited Umutu, you took care of us so well!! Such a lovely soul, so much good times! I also remember all the video calls.

Just the week before you went to the stars, you were just outside, receiving fresh air as you told me. It was so peaceful. You asked about Sarjo too!! Oh mama! Our wonderful grandmother. We miss you, and we will keep living your legacy, living a peaceful life, spreading love and joy above all else.

Youkay & Sarjo
Posted by AGWU CORDELIA on March 25, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY PRECIOUS MOTHER!!
My mother is a woman like no other. There was a lot of love in my mom’s life. Even though she is gone now I know that her legacy will live on with all of us.
She was an incredible teacher, adviser, organiser and mother who inspired everyone who knew her. I feel honoured and privileged to have been your daughter and you were the best mother anyone could wish for. You cared for everyone and anyone around you. A great listener that is loved by everyone both old and young, poor and rich and loved everywhere she goes.
A dedicated Christian and her lovely dance steps will greatly be missed by all. A hardworking mother that loves and cares or her family. A great cook. A wife that knows what suits her husband at every given time, the meals she prepares for him and the attire and colour combination for each occasion.
Oshini ye osa li, Ije awele
Forever in my heart
Mrs Francisca Godwin and Family
Posted by AGWU CORDELIA on March 23, 2021
Auntie as I used to call you.You were so nice and always full of laughter and encouragement each time I have any reason to be with you. I was not expecting you to say farewell so soon the way you did.You were so hard working and always encouraged hard work. You embraced every thing with joy and happiness.In all we give God the glory for he knows all.Adieu Miss,adieu nwuye Uti adieu nne Cordy . May your soul rest in peace.

From.
Jasmine Ogbuta
Posted by Michael Adibeli on March 21, 2021

I wish death never existed, but now, I have come to understand that it is inevitable and can call anytime. It is so unfortunate that it called for you at this time.
You may be gone, but your memories will always remain in my heart. I will always live to remember the words of wisdom and advice you always give to me especially using our local proverbs while doing that. You made sure that my siblings and I are always well fed each time we come visiting by dishing out surplus delicious meal for us to eat whilst reminding us that you don’t like someone wasting your food.
Now I can’t help but only reminisce on moments, times and events that played out while you were alive. You fought a good fight, you touched lives, now you bowed out a heroine.
Only God knows best why you have to leave us at this point in time, but I know that you are in a much better place where pain and sorrow no longer existing . I will always appreciate your sacrifices, care, love, and advice. Sleep on mama till we meet to part no more.
MR. MICHAEL ADIBELI
Posted by AGWU CORDELIA on March 21, 2021
Tribute to my big Aunty.
 Late Mrs A. Uti.
   You were a woman who was immensely blessed by God in every area. You had intelligence, health and influence. You were also very hardworking which is something I see in your children and appreciate.

You also passed unto them love for the most high, to serve Him with every single bit of life in them.
    Precious memories linger in my mind when you,me and Franca are together, laughed together, dance to music together,ate together as mother and children.
   I'll also miss your early morning calls.
   May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
                   
        Evg Mrs Elizabeth Wabara.
Posted by Kennedy Uti on March 20, 2021
My Sweet Mama,

It is a great honour to have had you as a mother. Thank you for all the love and support you have shown us through the years . I really wished you lived much longer to enjoy more of the fruit of your labour and to see your great grand children. But on the other hand I know where you are now is a much more rewarding place where there is no pain or sorrow. 

You have taught us the value of discipline, hard work and having multiple streams of income by all those times you woke up early to dish out nice pastry products for sale and with all the many other things you did to generate money for the family. You were an example of the proverbs 31 woman. Those memories and life lessons will forever remain with us.

Oh we will miss the video calls. Almost every day you called to make sure we and the kids are all fine. 

Finally the latest addition to the family decided to come out on your birthday as consolation to the family and we gave him the name you wanted for him . Chukwunomnazu. He does look like you in some of his facial expressions.

Rest on Mama as we celebrate you.

Posted by Rosemary Azenabor on March 19, 2021
My beautiful and joyful mother, I am missing you already.
You were indeed a good woman who knew how to forgive and live peacefully with everyone.
A very hard working and strong woman. Your life was an exemplary one similar to the virtuous woman described in Proverbs 31: 10-29 
You were so many things to us: mother, teacher, a great cook, you sewed clothes for us while were growing. You also composed and sang many songs for my children.

You taught us to be good partners to our spouses.

You always called to check on all your children and grandchildren. I’m already missing all the video calls.

Each time we visited you at the village, you were always there to ensure that everyone was well catered for.

You were always there to cheer me at all the important landmarks in my life.

You attended my matriculation, graduation, wedding and when I had all my children you where there to help me take care of them. I always looked forward to your visit each time I had a new baby because I knew that with your presence, there was nothing to worry about. You brought loads of food and other goodies.

Thank you for all the wonderful sacrifices which will never be forgotten.

Rest in glory my beautiful mother❤️

Always in our hearts ♥️

Rosemary Azenabor
Posted by Alfred Azenabor on March 19, 2021
This is not just another tribute but a special one to my mother-in-law whose memories will forever be in my heart. Your abilities to resolve issues with cheerfulness, smiles and at the same time being blunt when necessary is a rare attribute. Your show of affection to your grandchildren was overwhelming. The ease at which you composed songs for all is marvellous.
I can truly say am going to miss you but am rest assured that you’re in a better place. I take solace in the positive impacts you’ve had in my life. You came, achieved and conquered.
Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord where there is no pain and sorrow but joy, happiness and singing which you’re known for.
Otofe ma,
Adieu, Adieu.
Mama.

Alfred Azenabor
Posted by Giovanni Agwu on March 18, 2021
My dear grandma, I know wherever you are now, you are surely in a better place. It’s sad that death took you away how it did. I remember we spoke about you hoping God will keep you alive to see your great grand children but I’m guessing he had better plans for you in heaven. I really miss the video calls we had whenever I was in school and how you will always tell me that you will surprise me one day and credit my account since you had my account number, and the times you will give my sisters and I money whenever we were leaving the village after visiting. I miss the times you will always sing the song you used to sing to me as a baby even as an adult and you will be laughing. Mama Uti, you will forever remain in my heart. Rest well Mama. Giovanni Agwu (Grand son)
Posted by Nkechi Agwu on March 18, 2021
Mama you may be gone from us in the physical but you live in our hearts and your legacy will forever live on through your children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and all those whose lives you touched in positive ways. May God comfort and strengthen the family that you left behind in the mighty name of Jesus. Amen. From Rev. Prof. Nkechi Agwu & Mr. Ngozichukwuka Jacob Agwu
Posted by Ade Oyibu on March 18, 2021
Losing a mother is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know, but your care, love & wisdom will always live on.
Mama, you will be sadly missed along life’s way, quietly remembered everyday. Although, you are no longer in our lives to share, but in our hearts, you are always there.
May you always walk in the sunshine of God’s glory. It broke our hearts to lose you, but we take solace in knowing that GOD LOVES YOU MORE. Sleep on mama, till we meet to part no more.

Ade Uti
Posted by AGWU CORDELIA on March 17, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO MY BELOVED MOTHER.
Our ways are not God's ways neither our thoughts His thought.
I never knew my sweet mother will not make it from the stroke attack she had! I was positive that she will survive it, but it pleased God to call her and she answered her maker's call.Who then am I to question God? My prayer is that God granted mum a merciful judgement,remembered her good deeds and forgave her wrongs.I believe that she is resting in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Mama is in a better place now where there is no more pain but everlasting joy!
Mama lived a simple and peaceful life. She was a great teacher ,a meticulous woman, a disciplinarian, and a very industrious woman. My mother always reminded me of the woman in Proverbs 31:10
My mother was always a cheerful and friendly woman. She always had something nice to say to anyone that came her way. She was a giver,generous and had a grateful heart. She appreciated every little gesture shown to her.
My mother loved God. She looked up to God in all that she does. Every morning, my mother never forgets to pray for all her children, grandchildren and all her loved ones. She always hoped for the best for us. She was always proud of her children and she taught us to love one another and to always cooperate with one another. She was always grateful to God for giving her children that took care of her and she blessed and prayed for us always,wishing that our children will do same to us in our old age.
My mother spent her last Christmas of December 2020 with my family in Asaba.We never knew that it would be your last Christmas on earth! I thank God for giving I and my family that great opportunity.The memories will forever remain with us. We showered her with love and care, she kept blessing and thanking me for caring for her. Mama also told my children to always remember to care for Us( their parents) when we grow old.
Mama, I believe you are at peace and resting on the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ

As we celebrate your life,we take solace in the fact that you lived a good life that we are all proud of. I can see your smiling and I know you will be proud of all your children and grandchildren for giving you a beffiting funeral.
We all miss your frequent calls and video calls.
Mama, you always told us that when you pass on, we should remember to sing your praises, today I hail you my mother,nnem ezinne, Idono nwa Obegene, Idono nwa Agolo Okeatu, Idono nwa Igude! Ezinem! Oshini ye Osa Li,Oshite oma!
Adieu Mama until we meet on the resurrection day!
You are forever missed
and you live in our hearts.

Anyone who is reading this tribute and still have his or her parents alive, please take care of them by providing them with basic necessities of life. Please do those things that make them feel happy, loved and appreciated, those gestures should also be extended to their siblings and friends.
All these memories remain with you forever even long after they are gone.

ADIEU ,ADIEU , MAMA AGNES UTI

Your Nnwa Ada, Nne UK
(Agwu Cordelia.)
Posted by GERALD AGWU on March 16, 2021
A light from our lives is gone / A voice we loved is still
A place is vacant within our hearts / Which never can be filled

You called me your favorite in-law / You doted on my kids
The suddenness of your departure / Left us stunned with swollen lids

We hold you close within our hearts / And there you will remain
To walk with us throughout our lives / Until we meet again

So rest in peace, dear Mama Uti / For your work on earth is done
We know you ran a jolly good race / And your heavenly prize is won!!!
Posted by Juanita Agwu on March 9, 2021
Dear Grandma,
You taught me a lot, you taught me a song, you showed me the true meaning of love, you impacted so much in me and for this, I will love you forever.
If I had known last Christmas was going to be the last time I’d ever see you, I would have given you the longest hug, I would have bought you more gifts, I would have reminded you every day that I loved you!!
I’m going to miss you, your blessings, your prayers and all the good advices.
Thank you for all the love you showed me, thanks for all the times you fed me, for all the times you sang to me, for all the gifts you ever gave to me.
Rest peacefully Grandma, I know you are in a better place.
You will forever remain in my heart my beautiful grandmother.
-your granddaughter, Juanita Chidinma Agwu.

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Posted by Spurgeon John on April 13, 2021
Adieu, Mama Uti.
Mama and my late dad (Ossai Printer) were second cousins but lived with such love and trust not often found between siblings. I grew up knowing "Mama Uti". She often visited us, and we did, too.

Mama was my first Ukwuani Language teacher, and later Home Economics teacher at Umutu Mixed Secondary School. Mama was an extraordinary soul.

She related to me like a direct son. Loved my wife n children. Shared personal stories of her younger years with me. Encouraged me to care for my birth mother. Mama loved family! I was often baffled and inspired by her intense love and interest in me. Mama would often give me a WhatsApp call! In fact, her last call to me was just about 2 weeks before she passed on. We had talked all through the heat of the pandemic. We had agreed to meet during Christmas. I had promised to visit with my family. When I arrived Umutu for Christmas, I asked after her from her driver, I was told she had traveled to one of her children's place, Asaba or so... I didn't know she would be back before the New Year.... How I miss that last meeting we would have had!

I was hearttbroken when my mum told me she had passed on. Just 2 weeks after she called me. What a lovely soul! What a humble, down-to-earth, compassionate, bold and incredibly courageous woman. She cared for people, n she loved God. She often asked about my ministry n pastoral activities. During our last meeting early 2020, she asked me to pray for them...her legendary husband (Chief Uti) n another mama, we all prayed. I decided to utter my prayer for them in Ukwuani. It was awesome.

Adieu, mama! Your love for me shall remain fresh in my heart for the rest of my life. I love you, mama.

Spurgeon Chukwunweike John
Posted by Weyimi Metseagharun on April 10, 2021
There is time to live and time to depart. You came, lived and impacted your world. That much I can tell from the lives of your children and grand children. May light of God guide your path and may you find eternal rest in the bosom of the Lord.

Adieu!!!
Posted by Eseohe Azenabor on April 10, 2021
Dear Grandma, I will miss you. The funny jokes we shared, the deep stories you told me and how you always tell me I love you. I am truly sad about you passing away but you are in a better place. In heaven. Rest in Peace and enjoy your life in heaven!
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Shared by Marsha Uti Klein on March 8, 2021
Sweet Mother was a very Kind,Generous,Caring and Loving Woman with a Heart of Gold. She welcomed everyone into her home with open arms. She never held grudges against someone, when someone offends her in a certain way, she points it out direct to the person that she's been offended and the person should not offend her anymore. Sweet Mother loved GOD our CREATOR and HIS only Begotten Son JESUS CHRIST,  Mama prayed all the time for her children and grandchildren and people in her life that she knew, she also prayed to GOD to heal her of the Arthritis and other Infirmities that she had,she didn't know that GOD had other plans for her....Sweet Mother taught me to clean and do house chores. At age 9yrs in Benin City I was participating in washing of my clothes and some of her clothes that were easy to wash with my 9yrs old hands .

At age 9yrs she also taught me how to cook, started learning to cook with yam and beans, it was not easy in the beginning but Sweet Mother guided me and made sure I was always around in the kitchen to check on what am cooking to make sure it didn't get burnt.

Also when she baked cake I always helped to put the cakes in a special size plastic bag and stapled with her labels which was written on it "Nessie"s Cakes". Sweet Mother was also a disciplinarian. Sweet Mother dislikes disobedience,just like every mother dislikes disobedience...

Back then, I thought she hated me because I was the only one receiving her disciplinarian side....Didn't know she was actually preparing me, shaping me for the future by teaching me to cook, clean, do house chores e.t.c. Sweet Mother loved all her children, she raised us all well, taught us to respect elderly people, be kind and be of good conduct, love one another, taught us to cook, clean, do house chores diligently e.t.c.

She had a Sweet side when she made jokes with me and made laugh and also when she sang some songs she heard me playing and she liked it, it became her favourite. Like this Song Ifennacho, by Ishioma and the Luckiers Band of Africa . And Sweet Mother song by Tilda and The Rocafil Jazz International (Original Artist Nico Mbaga). Mama loved these songs alot. Some time in early January 2021 when I Video called her or she video called me, (can't remember who video called who) she was with her Sister in CHRIST, Sister Philomena and she started singing, Ifennacho, Ifennacho Ifennacho ba chom o né nu eh, and I stepped in and started singing the lyrics to her. She loved the song so much and she also loved Sweet Mother, I nor go forget you,for the suffer wey you suffer for me o and she will be dancing with  her hands,smiling and shaking her head to the song, because she could not physically dance anymore because of the Arthritis that ruined her legs☹.

And that's why I  started calling her Sweet Mother because she suffered for all of us, 4a.m/5a.m  waking up to bake cake, meatpie and prepare breakfast for us to eat before going to school everyday, all the sleepless nights she had raising us all up, was not an easy task, because of her I understood that being a MOTHER was the Toughest and Hardest Job on earth because I watched her all my life working hard to make ends meet and raising us and it was not easy Multi-tasking.

Every time I sent her WhatsApp message I write  to her, "Ututu Oma o Sweet Mother" And she replies me back "Ututu Oma nwam oma" ( meaning my good child") she loved it when I called her Sweet Mother. One time I told her thank you for all the sacrifices she made raising us and I thanked her for raising me well and she acknowledged that it made her happy for me to thank her and remember all the suffering and sacrifice she made for us,making extra income just to make ends meet.

 I  was always there by her side helping out, so of course I remembered all the 4a.m/5a.m waking up,standing for hours in the kitchen, Multi-tasking and I thanked her for all the sacrifices and the suffering she did for us.. Sweet Mother was a very hard working woman. She was dedicated to her Husband just as she was dedicated to her Children and her job as a Teacher too. She was Kind, Caring,Loving,Welcomed all into her home with open arms, she opened her home to raise her Sister's Children,Relatives Children and even Stranger's Children and she raised them like she raised her own children, she was willing to send them to school on her own cost, but some of them didn't like school, so she just raised them at home doing house chores.

I remember one time in Benin City, she use to plate my hair, she had this Iron comb that she heats up on fire and used it to comb my hair thereby making my hair all stretched,straight and soft. I dreaded that hot iron comb because somtimes it burnt my scalp and it made me cry, oh my GOD it was my worst nightmare that Hot Iron Comb!! Several times when I was in secondary school in Umutu , I had to go to the farm to uproot cassava, peeled it, washed it and took it to the cassava grinder engine to grind,  afterwards I mix it with palm oil after it was grinded in preparation for making  garri, put it in a bag and pressed it down to dry overnight with rope and plank, the next day when it was dried, I had to bring it out of the bag  bit by bit and sieved it also bit by bit and fried it in the oven (they call it oven igarri), fried it in the hot heat of the flaming fire in the backyard kitchen, that's how I learnt to fry garri and my fried garri always came out perfect after yearssss of practicing, (in the beginning it was not easy o my garri burnt and came out in lumps ), anyway my point is that I fried most of the garri which was sold in the market in Umutu for Sweet Mother to have extra income in addition to what our Father gave her, to pay our school fees, buy Christmas clothes and shoes every December and she also used part of the proceed from the sold garri to put food on the table for her family and parts of proceed from my garri frying,her baking and cooking moi-moi, she used to give my elder ones pocket money when they came home from the University.

She was honest and direct, straight to the point.  Oh my Sweet Mother I could go on and on non stop.  In a nutshell, Sweet Mother was a Kind Hearted Woman, Honest,Caring, Loving, Forgiving( no matter the offence, she always Forgives and ask not to repeat same offence again), she loved GOD our CREATOR and HIS only Begotten Son JESUS CHRIST, she was Hardworking, never held a grudge against someone, she raised other people's children like her own.

Sweet Mother never held bad thoughts against anyone, she had a Heart of Gold. She had an open mind, she always spoke out what was bothering her in her mind and once spoken, she gets over it and it's out of her mind and forgotten,that was  my Adorable Sweet Mother.  This is just a few of what I can write about my Sweet Mother, I could go on and on.... 

It  really breaks my heart that you are gone and never to see you anymore in this Realm, I really don't know how am going to cope the rest of my life knowing you are gone Nném Oma. I  love❤ you Sweet Mother and sadly☹☹ I miss you everyday since you left this realm. I miss the little things we had and the little moments we had Mama.

Since you left Sweet Mother, every morning when I wake even though I know you are gone, I say Ututu Oma o Sweet Mother in the Heavenly Realm and before I go to sleep after saying my prayers, I also say, Korbor o Sweet Mother in the Heavenly Realm, just as I apped you every morning when I wake up and every night before I go to sleep when you were Alive Mama. I know you are in a much better place,Mama. Sleep on in CHRIST Sweet Mother till we meet to part no more. 

I love❤❤❤❤ you but GOD loves ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ you more Mama and that's why HE spared you all the misery and sorrow you would have gone through for years if HE had spared you and kept you Alive for us,our Heavenly FATHER knows the best and I thank HIM for calling you into the Glorious Kingdom of HIS only Begotten Son where there is no more sickness, no more pain, no more sorrow, no hunger, no thirst,no worries, , where you are now in your Glorified Young Body, my Gorgeous Sweet Mother.

GONE but not FORGOTTEN, Mama you will live on in our hearts through all the cherished memories and moments we had with you. I miss you so much, miss your WhatsApp video call and WhatsApp messages,I miss seeing your face and hearing your voice Mama☹☹ ...ADIEU Sweet Mother, Ézhi Nném Oma, Nwa Agolo Okéatu, Nwa Obegene,  Ézhinwaéchénigwé,Oshini yé osà lï, ôzü nwa osà, uchà né gbü njï, ègbéze nwunor...Gone but not Forgotten,You will forever live on in my heart Mama,I love you and I miss you so much☹☹.

With Love❤ From Your, 
Good Child, Marsha.