ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mrs. Augustina Nwaezeapu, who passed away on February 15, 2021. Share a memory, upload an image, say your goodbyes and words of comfort to those she left behind.
Posted by OJOMA MOMOH on April 1, 2021
Every conversation with you left me with food for thought. Thank you for sharing your honest insight and your humour as well. Rest Well Mummy. Rest...
Posted by Onyinye Okwuofu-Okocha on March 26, 2021
My favourite Aunty as I used to call you,

You indeed heldunto the title unchallenged as you were the closest and most congenial sibling of my mom.

Sweet mummy with a beautiful heart, yes you reigned thunder and brimstone when you are upset and emotional but a remember with fondness how you were a mother hen to everyone around you.

I remember with fondness when Jessica was born, you swiftly rallied everyone to come do omugo , same thing you did when Gabriel's girls where born.

You came also to the house to give Jessica that special bath to ensure her body is rightly curved , we see the effect now,loll.

You ensured we the children maintained a bond , hence our closeness till date.


I remember with fondness our easy banter the times we saw, the last time being when I drove you and mummy to see your uncle, the way you always whined me, calling me big madam and you were expecting my treats and how I would respond , you shouldn't worry I had big plans for you.

You exited before  I could really blow your mind , but we take solace in the Lord that you are resting now and at peace cos Aunty you carried loads o chai! howbeit gracefully.

We would all miss you,
sleep well  till we meet at Jesus' feet.

Your Favourite niece
Onyinye Okwuofu-Okocha.
Posted by Eleojo Momoh on February 26, 2021
Thank you for your life, ma. And thank you for giving us brother Chi. Rest well.

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Posted by OJOMA MOMOH on April 1, 2021
Every conversation with you left me with food for thought. Thank you for sharing your honest insight and your humour as well. Rest Well Mummy. Rest...
Posted by Onyinye Okwuofu-Okocha on March 26, 2021
My favourite Aunty as I used to call you,

You indeed heldunto the title unchallenged as you were the closest and most congenial sibling of my mom.

Sweet mummy with a beautiful heart, yes you reigned thunder and brimstone when you are upset and emotional but a remember with fondness how you were a mother hen to everyone around you.

I remember with fondness when Jessica was born, you swiftly rallied everyone to come do omugo , same thing you did when Gabriel's girls where born.

You came also to the house to give Jessica that special bath to ensure her body is rightly curved , we see the effect now,loll.

You ensured we the children maintained a bond , hence our closeness till date.


I remember with fondness our easy banter the times we saw, the last time being when I drove you and mummy to see your uncle, the way you always whined me, calling me big madam and you were expecting my treats and how I would respond , you shouldn't worry I had big plans for you.

You exited before  I could really blow your mind , but we take solace in the Lord that you are resting now and at peace cos Aunty you carried loads o chai! howbeit gracefully.

We would all miss you,
sleep well  till we meet at Jesus' feet.

Your Favourite niece
Onyinye Okwuofu-Okocha.
Posted by Eleojo Momoh on February 26, 2021
Thank you for your life, ma. And thank you for giving us brother Chi. Rest well.
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About Mrs Augustina N. Nwaezeapu

Mrs Augustina Nkechi Nwaezeapu (Nee Abiagom) was born on the 2nd of August 1958 in Abonema, Rivers State Nigeria.

She hailed from Ibusa in Oshimili North local government of Delta state and was the last in a family of several girls and a boy.

She attended the Sacred Heart Primary school Ibusa between 1964 and 1970 where she obtained her First School Leaving Certificate. In 1971, she got admission into St. Augustine’s college Ibusa, where she obtained her West African examination certificate in 1975.

Two years later, on her parents advise and because of her love for children, she took the bold step of entering into the Teachers Training College from where she received a Grade 2 teacher’s certificate in 1980.

While attending the Teachers Training College, she met her loving husband of 41 years, Sylvanus Nwaezeapu, whom she married after completing her course in 1980.

In 1980 she relocated to Lagos, where she was absorbed into the Lagos State Teaching service on the 1st of September 1980.

She taught at several state schools including Onayade Primary School, Fadeyi, Myhoung Military Primary School, St Dominic’s Primary School, Yaba, and St Jude’s Anglican Primary School, Ebutte Metta where she retired at the height of her career as a Director of Education in 2015.

In the course of her career as a teacher, she undertook several professional courses and received several awards such as the National Certificate in Education from the University of Ibadan in 1997, a Bachelor of Arts (Education) in Guidance and Counselling from the University of Lagos in 2000 and a Masters of Education in Guidance and Counselling from the University of Calabar in 2002.

All of her achievements she says would have been impossible without the support of her family.

She was fulfilled in her career as an educationist, a teacher, wife and a mother who has the privilege of impacting generations of children who have become successful in their own right as Teachers, Doctors, Lawyers, Engineers and so on.

She was survived by her four children – Chibuzor, Uju, Henry & Sandra as well as her six grandchildren who are crushed by her loss but comforted by the life she led.

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