ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Amaka Njinaka. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Ijeoma Esemudje on June 28, 2021
Ukamaka!.....hmmm, how does one even begin to write a tribute to you? You were still so young, so full of life with so much love to give. We barely had time to react to the news of your ill health and then you were gone! Oh death! where is thy sting? I remember our days back in FGGC Onitsha when you were my cousin, Uzo Ofomata (of blessed memory) bunkmate.....your mischievous self, always playing pranks on everyone. Your laughter would always light up the atmosphere. I recall the last time we saw about 8 years ago, how easy it was to reconnect as though time never passed. Nne, you came, you saw & you conquered. Je nke oma, please give my love to Uzo when you see her in heaven. We're constantly praying for your mum as she passes through what must be a most trying time for any parent. May God grant her the fortitude to bear the loss of her precious daughter. Rest in peace my sister!
Posted by Beatrice Sina-olulana on June 17, 2021
Sleep on beloved. May your sweet soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by oluchi uchegbu on June 15, 2021
Amaka just like that ... Words fail me but whatever the tides, my bible has thought me to say that it is well.

My professional colleague, fun lover, Ada Emma Njinaka , my only consolation is that you ran your race well. May God continue to repose your soul while he gives your aged Mum and and all of us the fortitude to contain this tragedy.

Rest Well Nnukwu Lawyer
Posted by Bertha Egbechuo on June 13, 2021
In Memory of My Beloved sister Amaka    My heart bleeds when I heard the news of your demised. I have not recovered from the shock up till now. You torched many lives, you like bringing our people together to be in Unity. You introduced me into so many groups. Alas! You left us without saying goodbye. We love you but God loves you more. The Lord grant your mom and your family the fortitude to bear the loss and May your soul rest in peace. AMEN!!
Posted by Zaro Suzan on June 13, 2021
Sis Amaka! A loveable, cheerful, generous, multitalented personality. I can not believe this but what can we say. You will really be missed
Posted by UDOH NKECHI on June 13, 2021
Amaka, the shock that came over me when I heard the news of your death is yet to be flushed out of my system.

The short time you stayed with me when you relocated from Lagos to Abuja really brought me closer to see the stuff you were made of.

We went to Court together and your advocacy was second to none

Your were domesticated and thorough in the things you handled.

May the good Lord grant you rest in the bossom of your maker
Good night and farewell till we meet to part no more.
Posted by JAZZSARI -ASARI on June 13, 2021
My CityHill Lawyer,
I'm yet to understand this departure. Mentioned it to my kids and my eldest said "You would have planned to call her earlier" and that struck a chord. I wish I had heard your voice just once more. You called to Congratulate me on the award and wished I could come; even after years of not seeing it speaking, you picked up where we left off years ago...that's the sweetheart you are. For the doors you opened for me while I lived in Abuja, I thank you, for the opportunities you gave me I thank you, for the nights we chatted on BBM (... about everything and nothing ) I thank you and for letting me into your ever vibrant and warm space I will forever be grateful.
Now dear sister rest.
Posted by Ifeoma Babatunde on June 12, 2021
Amaka (aka Masky as you were fondly known by your colleagues) it was a shock to hear that you were no longer with us. We are still shaken by the news.

We are grateful to God for the beautiful memories of your life that you shared with the world. We pray that God will comfort the hearts of everyone you left behind.

Rest in the everlasting arms of God.
Posted by Kingsley Aloiye Audu on June 12, 2021
My sister, friend and colleague, Amaka, words cannot express my shock and grief.

My memories of you will be your ever present & sincere smile and the goodness of your person.

May God grant your mum and family the strength to bear this loss.

Rest in peace dear Masky, you will be missed.
Posted by Aisha Garba on June 12, 2021
Masky, you are one of those lady that can do things for others without thinking twice. When you put your mind to success, you do it exceptionally well. I love your spirit of honesty, dedication and integrity. You are not coward by what people say because you know what you want in life and you purse that with zeal. During our secondary school days, you never shy away from challenges. When we later met in Abuja, you were really welcoming and loving just like the same masky that I knew. You are a blessing to womanhood because no woman that comes around you ever remains the same. You are a blessing to womanhood. God's rest your soul sister and all that you did during your life journey will speak for you. We love you but God love you more. Adieu our loving and caring sister. Words can't be enough to say who you are but those you touched their lives can attest to your person. Missing you sister. Till we meet to part no more Masky.
Posted by sewa adekunle on June 12, 2021
The last time I saw you was January 26th this year at my brother's birthday i never knew that day would be the last time i was going to see youAmaka the brain and beauty i shall definitely miss you and i say keep doing what you know how to do at the bosom of God almighty our father He will definitely give the chance for He is a good God. adieu good woman.
Posted by Lillian Ijeoma Aluko on June 12, 2021
Masky! Nne, I don't know what to say. I am speechless, devastated, angry & confused. I never saw this coming. Onwu emego m ife! Masky, you proved true sisterhood to me. You put me in any group I would benefit... even when I complain, you'd say "Nne stay there, I know why I put you in this group".
You fought my fight, defended me, carried my burdens, paid my debts, cried my cry. You were simply MY SISTER. You cheered me when I got it right & was fast to rebuke me when I misfire. My sickness was your sickness. You talked, fought, prayed, encouraged me till I was back to life....And then you left me without saying goodbye....uwa nkea sef...
Barr. Amaka! Masky! Asam!
Sleep on beautiful angel.
I love you always & forever.
Adieu
Posted by Jackie Ikeotuonye on June 12, 2021
Hmmmm!!! How does one begin to write a tribute in honour of Amaka? Full of life. All the while we planned to do some Covid-19 business I had no idea there was a problem whatsoever with your health. The shock of your death is too deep to fathom. All I can do is pray that the Blood of Jesus speaks mercy on your behalf as we all deserve mercy. Rest in the bosom of the LORD. And may the Comforter strengthen your mum at such a time as this. Difficult as it is, the Bible says IN ALL things we should give thanks. Thank God for the life you lived, the lives you touched, the impact you made within the short time you spent on earth. To God alone be all the glory. Adieu my friend and sister. The memory of the righteous is blessed.

Pastor Jackie Ikeotuonye. Abuja.
Posted by Chichi Emmanuel on June 12, 2021
I will miss you forever, you encouraged me and gave me guidance when I became scared and confused about life
I told you about my kidney failure and you swing into action to raise financial support for my dialysis. I’m still battling with my failed kidney and till now it hasn’t been easy to go for a transplant I’m living in severe pain
Oh Ami, what a cruel world 
You will forever live in my heart
Good night nnem
May your loving soul find eternal rest
Amen
Posted by Precious Williams on June 12, 2021
Barr Amaka you were such a blessing.The short time we had to chat showed how concerned you were when it comes to sharing in ones progress.
Met with you first at the BPW zenith Abuja during the Ladies time out,You were so humourous.
I met you also when u came to support BEULAH sickle cell foundation Abuja.
Your love for humanity is wow!
Rest in peace our dear Barr Amaka!
Posted by chidauta chidauta on June 12, 2021


Masky I lack words....ever vibrant, elegant...fully packaged, extraordinary,simply an enigma . U touched humanity, u were an embodiment of love, u lived for others...u were a friend, sister and a learned colleague, u will be missed....U left footprints on the sands of time.
REST IN GOD'S BOSSOM. ADIEU

BARR CHIKA EMMANUEL


Posted by Prince Udochukwu Nwaubani on June 12, 2021
I commend you, my dear Barrister Amaka(Nnukwu Barrister) to almighty God, and entrust you to your Creator.
May you rest in the arms of the Lord who formed you from the dust of the earth.
May the good Lord , the angels, and all the saints welcome you now that you have gone forth from this life.
May Christ who was crucified for you, bring you freedom and peace.
May Christ who died for you admit you into his garden of paradise.
May Christ, the true Shepherd, embrace you as one of his flock.
May he forgive all your sins and set you among those he has chosen.
May you see your Redeemer face to face and enjoy the vision of God, forever.Amen
Hon Nwaubani Udochukwu Prince
(Health Commissioner 1 IPAYP )
Posted by Utopia Admin on June 12, 2021
Dear Amaka, You were the best thing to happen to Utopia. You will be forever missed for your dedication and genuine commitment to the ideas and values we share. Utopia will indeed never remain the same . Rest in Peace our Utility Admin

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Posted by Ijeoma Esemudje on June 28, 2021
Ukamaka!.....hmmm, how does one even begin to write a tribute to you? You were still so young, so full of life with so much love to give. We barely had time to react to the news of your ill health and then you were gone! Oh death! where is thy sting? I remember our days back in FGGC Onitsha when you were my cousin, Uzo Ofomata (of blessed memory) bunkmate.....your mischievous self, always playing pranks on everyone. Your laughter would always light up the atmosphere. I recall the last time we saw about 8 years ago, how easy it was to reconnect as though time never passed. Nne, you came, you saw & you conquered. Je nke oma, please give my love to Uzo when you see her in heaven. We're constantly praying for your mum as she passes through what must be a most trying time for any parent. May God grant her the fortitude to bear the loss of her precious daughter. Rest in peace my sister!
Posted by Beatrice Sina-olulana on June 17, 2021
Sleep on beloved. May your sweet soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by oluchi uchegbu on June 15, 2021
Amaka just like that ... Words fail me but whatever the tides, my bible has thought me to say that it is well.

My professional colleague, fun lover, Ada Emma Njinaka , my only consolation is that you ran your race well. May God continue to repose your soul while he gives your aged Mum and and all of us the fortitude to contain this tragedy.

Rest Well Nnukwu Lawyer
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MASKY THE RARE GEM

Shared by Lillian Ijeoma Aluko on June 12, 2021
Masky nkem! You came to this world just to impact lives positively. You came just to help the poor, elevate lives, impact people positively, inspire, teach, correct, mould women, help the downtrodden and you took a bow.
Death doesn't know when to strike. It struck at the wrong time. It struck when I needed you most... When the world needed you most. You were fairer than the fairest, swifter than the eagle. A rare gem! You stood for fairness & justice. You knew who you were, fearless, never afraid to express yourself. Defender of the defendless. My VOLTRON❤️. People were afraid of your razor sharp tongue, but that was what drew me closer to you. That was your thing:UNIQUE.
Hmmm... This life no balance. 
Masky! Jee nke oma....
Journey well Nne...

TO MY DEAR SISTER AND FRIEND, UKAMAKA

Shared by ONYEARI EDEOGU on June 12, 2021
You know I am short of words, it is still a big shock to me that you have gone to be with the Lord. I learnt quite a lot from our friendship,  "change the world, impact lives as much as you can". We shared a lot of traits in common, "...I don't take rubbish, I don't accept sub standard, integrity, honesty, don't mistreat the less privileged....and several others. Many times I ask why the good ones die early but I am yet to get a valid answer to my question. You were a very beautiful soul, always checking on me, i could only complain about your razor blade mouth, but in all you could lay your life for friendship. Adieu my good friend, May  your soul rest in Christ's bosom.