• 27 years old
  • Date of birth: Feb 26, 1985
  • Date of passing: Jun 3, 2012
Let the memory of ALVANA be with us forever




This memorial website was created in memory of our beloved sister, Ms ALVANA CHIDINMA OJUKWU, 27, born on February 26, 1985 and passed on to Glory on June 3, 2012. We will remember her forever.

 Your sons and daughters in FECA Aba will always remember you till we meet to part no more. we shall keep the vision burning.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Kelechi Iyk-Kanu on 2nd June 2017

"Mama, a Mother in Israel... You had a passion that was worth emulating... You impacted me positively, you were a rare gem!  5 years gone already? My heart bleeds!  I know you've joined the Saints in Heaven... Farewell Mama! Farewell soul sister!  Farewell my lawyer!  We love you but God loves you most."

This tribute was added by EJIKE OGBONNAYA on 8th March 2017

"Tribute from Tyna Onwubuya

Aliva, so our meeting at Amanda’s place in Abj during our call 2 bar screening was it 4 us on earth? Our chat on ur birthday was a final goodbye? 4real??? Memories of our days @ Adelabu, our group study in my room @ Unec & NLS are hitting me so bad. U were one of those who understood me so well… even when I faked a smile, u knew all was not right @ d time, u prayed with me & comforted me, u were so beautiful in and out & above all u lived an examplary lifestyle. Alvana, from thousands of miles away from home I cry uncontrollably over ur untimely departure. Though I have no doubt in whose bossom u r resting in, I only wished it never happened, not now, definitely not now sis, but who are we to question HIM? I pray I find strenght 2 face the reality of ur departure. Good night till we meet again"

This tribute was added by EJIKE OGBONNAYA on 8th March 2017

"Tribute from Uma Ben

Alvana Ojukwu? I was in Abuja in March this year and I made sure I saw Alvana. We joked and laughed over “long time no see”. I told her that I use to brag that even if I am loosing my Christain way that I am sure Alvana is praying for Uma always. But I am not she if she was still praying for me. She just smiled! Just as I expected, before I could rush for my meeting, she called us back for a word of prayer. She prayed passionately for me and Dr Udo Chibueze. I never knew it was the last time I will see her and even get direct prayers from her. Alvana made my prayer life to change while in the University of Nigeria. She was just there. I excelled in INFOMEDIA because Alvana was praying. Casor Voice of Liberty (CVL) was a talk of UNEC because Alvana was praying. We had son many meetings togetrher. Planning and Praying. She taught me a dangerous prayer point….”Lord anyone that is not part of this unit, in your own way take them away, even if it is me”! Always smiling. I feel terrible and broken. I am just sitting here in my office not concentrating……but I gat to work because you are with God! R.I.P!"

This tribute was added by EJIKE OGBONNAYA on 8th March 2017

"Tribute from Imuwa Estela Chioma

I really can’t believe dat I’m writing this on ur wall. I have been seeing all the various post of our classmates, friends and well wishers, and each post brings fresh tears to ma eyes. I have been postponing writing anyting cos the truth of the matter is that ma heart is so heavy that words fail me. Ma only consolation is that u lived ur life as if u knew how short it was. I remember that strongstrenght of character that epitomizes ur very essence. U were truly a virtuous woman, u were always so full of smiles as if u knew sth we all didnt, so full of courage and confidence even wit life’s challenges.
I could go on and on, but at the risk of sounding cliche I will jst end by saying that u were a lady greatly admired and respected and I never expected that u wld go dis way but God knows best. Sleep on in HIS bossom dear friend, I believe ur in a better place of rest away from the hardships and evils of this world. May God console dose of us u’ve left behind. Adieu Alvana Ojukwu!!"

This tribute was added by EJIKE OGBONNAYA on 8th March 2017

"Tribute from Emman Shehu

Alvana Ojukwu came into the Post-Graduate Journalism Class two years ago, somewhat late due to some challenges. She had been forced to relocate from Jos because of the increasing violence in that once serene town.

But the moment she came into that class, her frail and quiet countennace could not hide her brillliance. A lawyer by training, it was easy to see she had a bright future ahead of her. Supervising her project, we had a couple of tiffs, but like I told her, she had to produce what I knew she was capable of doing. Eventually she saw my point and turned out a good thesis.

I had no hesitation recommending her for the Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD) job and the academic programme she was looking forward to abroad.

At the Institute’s Matriculation Programme last Saturday, she showed up and we joked and took pictures. She mentioned off-handedly an official trip to Lagos on Sunday.

Last night, my eyes scanning the DANA MANIFEST close in on…ALVANA OJUKWU. This morning, I get a confirmation from her office. Nigeria has lost a gem in the making."

This tribute was added by EJIKE OGBONNAYA on 28th December 2012

"forever remembered,a great lady ."

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