ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, ANGELINA NDAH. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Finnar Ikechukwu on April 30, 2021
In Loving memory of Mama Angelina Ndah, who always stood by her family in good times and during hardships, always with a beautiful smile on her face. Continue to rest in the Bosom of the Lord.
Posted by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
In the loving memory of our sweet mummy.
Thank you so much for the unending love and devotion to your children.
We pray that the good Lord will welcome you to His paradise with peace and eternal life.
Go well our sweet mother, ezigbo nne. We your children love you but God loves you more. We will miss you dearly. Farewell mummy, adieu our jewel.

Caroline Ndah
Posted by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
TRIBUTE TO LATE MADAM ANGELINA ONYEKAOZULU NDAH

Late Madam Angelina Ndah was the first daughter (Adah) of Mr. Lucas Nwanji of Umuaji quarters, Asaba. On his part, Mr. Lucas Nwanji is the first son of Obi Nwanji - also of Umuaji. The prefix "Obi" signifies "titled man" and is emblematic of societal or community VIP.  The "Obi" title is not a birth right and must be earned. Thus, Angelina was from a famous and accomplished family in Asaba.

Given her renowned family background, it is not surprising that late Madam Angelina comported herself with quiet, lady-like dignity. Those who know her very well, openly, and unreservedly testify to the fact that her dignified personality did not overshadow or conceal her measured humility during personal interaction with others around her - family, friends and/or members of the community, in whatever forum she found herself at any point in time.

Late Mrs. Adobi Florence Okocha - nee Nwanji, my mother, who was the first daughter (Adah) of Obi Nwanji, was her aunt. Their relationship was so commendably healthy that my mom invited her to take over and occupy her (i.e. my mom's) inherited property in order to enhance her living conditions. Ever since I came to know her, she always exuded calm demeanor and readiness to engage in friendly conversation.

Late Madam Angelina was blessed with a son Tony, as well as a daughter. As a mother, she embraced all necessary sacrifice to ensure the success of her children. Her son, Tony is currently a CEO in the US Energy industry. It is gratifying that she lived long enough to enjoy the house built for her by her son, who she also visited in the USA. Furthermore, she is survived by many grandchildren. Thus, she reveled in the treat of grand motherhood before leaving this world of trial and tribulation.

At this juncture, I wish that all who mourn her be provided the wherewithal to bear this grievous loss. Finally, may her gentle soul rest in perfect peace until we all meet again. 

Dr. Augustine Okocha, U.S.A
Posted by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
In loving memory our beloved mother, may your brightness always shine down from above. We pray that God grant you eternal life.

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Posted by Finnar Ikechukwu on April 30, 2021
In Loving memory of Mama Angelina Ndah, who always stood by her family in good times and during hardships, always with a beautiful smile on her face. Continue to rest in the Bosom of the Lord.
Posted by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
In the loving memory of our sweet mummy.
Thank you so much for the unending love and devotion to your children.
We pray that the good Lord will welcome you to His paradise with peace and eternal life.
Go well our sweet mother, ezigbo nne. We your children love you but God loves you more. We will miss you dearly. Farewell mummy, adieu our jewel.

Caroline Ndah
Posted by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
TRIBUTE TO LATE MADAM ANGELINA ONYEKAOZULU NDAH

Late Madam Angelina Ndah was the first daughter (Adah) of Mr. Lucas Nwanji of Umuaji quarters, Asaba. On his part, Mr. Lucas Nwanji is the first son of Obi Nwanji - also of Umuaji. The prefix "Obi" signifies "titled man" and is emblematic of societal or community VIP.  The "Obi" title is not a birth right and must be earned. Thus, Angelina was from a famous and accomplished family in Asaba.

Given her renowned family background, it is not surprising that late Madam Angelina comported herself with quiet, lady-like dignity. Those who know her very well, openly, and unreservedly testify to the fact that her dignified personality did not overshadow or conceal her measured humility during personal interaction with others around her - family, friends and/or members of the community, in whatever forum she found herself at any point in time.

Late Mrs. Adobi Florence Okocha - nee Nwanji, my mother, who was the first daughter (Adah) of Obi Nwanji, was her aunt. Their relationship was so commendably healthy that my mom invited her to take over and occupy her (i.e. my mom's) inherited property in order to enhance her living conditions. Ever since I came to know her, she always exuded calm demeanor and readiness to engage in friendly conversation.

Late Madam Angelina was blessed with a son Tony, as well as a daughter. As a mother, she embraced all necessary sacrifice to ensure the success of her children. Her son, Tony is currently a CEO in the US Energy industry. It is gratifying that she lived long enough to enjoy the house built for her by her son, who she also visited in the USA. Furthermore, she is survived by many grandchildren. Thus, she reveled in the treat of grand motherhood before leaving this world of trial and tribulation.

At this juncture, I wish that all who mourn her be provided the wherewithal to bear this grievous loss. Finally, may her gentle soul rest in perfect peace until we all meet again. 

Dr. Augustine Okocha, U.S.A
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Shared by TONY AND CAROLINE NDAH on April 28, 2021
Our mom had a deep faith in God and she often went to church. She attended St Joseph Catholic Church, Asaba for nearly half a century, and was a devoted member of the Catholic Women Organization. She enjoyed the presence of the Lord a lot. She would return home with a spirit of joy and contentment, and stop over from church to check on her relatives.