This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chiazor Obiora (Née Melifonwu), 27 years old, born on September 16, 1993, and passed away on March 16, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Theresa Akintunde on September 19, 2022
I miss you deeply babe!
Posted by Frances EMEMBOLU OKOCHA on September 16, 2022
Happy birthday in heaven beautiful Chiazor❤️
Posted by Thelma Ononye on September 16, 2022
Happy post humous birthday Chiazor Nnem, continue to rest in the lord.
Hmmmmmmmmm.. it still hurts, but God knows the best.
Posted by OLUSOLA BANJO on September 16, 2022
Happy posthumous birthday Chiazor.
Posted by George Melifonwu on September 16, 2022
Happy Heavenly Birthday Sis, we all miss you and pray that you continue to rest well... I pray that the Lord consoles those you left behind, cos Lord knows we are still hurting from when you left us... There ain't nothing left but grief and all I can say is Rest in Peace ♥️
Posted by Frances EMEMBOLU OKOCHA on August 1, 2022
You are such a sweet soul and I love you❤️ Continue to rest in Christ
Posted by Thelma Ononye on March 19, 2022
Chiazor Nnem, words fail me, still seems unbelievable. I never could have imagined you will leave us this soon. Who are we to question God?

You will forever be in our hearts. Rest on sweet Angel till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Louisa Cadi on March 19, 2022
Surreal then, surreal now but I know you're in much better place. I miss you! I love you! Continue to rest in peace, twin ❤️✨
Posted by Emeka Onwuchuruba on March 19, 2022
Rest on Chiazor.
Posted by Rotimi dahunsi on March 18, 2022
Anytime I see Maka, I see the changes you made in his life. Chiazor, continue to rest in peace. Cheers
Posted by Tisan Ajit on March 17, 2022
Keep resting in peace Cheazor❤️ You’ll forever be loved and missed
Posted by OLUSOLA BANJO on March 17, 2022
It's been one year. Rest in peace Chiazor.
Posted by Kanayo Okafor on March 17, 2022
Chi-chi, you had a sweet and kind soul, unimaginably patient…
Continue to rest dear!❤️
Posted by Nneka Madubugwu on March 16, 2022
Chiazooorrrr! I could never understand your demise! 1 year gone and it still feels like yesterday! I will never forget you cuzzo! Continue to rest in the Lord! Jee ofuma❤️❤️
Posted by Adenike Alade on March 16, 2022
Hey chi, I remember you today, it’s exactly a year you left this cruel world. Continue to rest on dear.
Posted by OYINKANSOLA NOSAKHARE JOH... on March 16, 2022
hello Beautiful, its been a year since you left us. It has been difficult to say the least. May your sweet soul continue to rest in peace Angel.

I miss you terribly.

Love you forever my ChiHairxotica.
Posted by Adekola Folarin on March 16, 2022
My Blackiechan! I miss you so much. I remember you today like I’ve always remembered you on different days. I was at My former Boss’s graveside on 22nd of February this year for his memorial service, and there you laid only about 12 feet away from where he was buried, and everything felt so surreal again. The weeks preceding the day you left this earth will always be etched into my memory, because it was in that period I lost two very good friends - My former Boss, Wole and you my darling.

On this day, I thank God for keeping your family since your tragic death, I thank him for sparing the lives of those you left behind, including me. The Bible says we should not grieve like those who don’t have any hopes. Our minds are at peace knowing that you’re in a much better place. Your light was too bright for this world anyways.

As I write this tribute, I remember your infectious laughter and smile, and those memories are what I will keep hold of. Thank you for sharing yourself with me and the world. I love you eternally. Continue to Rest In Peace my darling Chearzor, until we meet at again. ❤️
Posted by Azuka Offiah on January 26, 2022
I miss you so much Chiazor...I can't believe you're no longer here. They say time heals but I'm not healing...Still torn!

Continue to Rest in Perfect Peace my one and only tister!

Daddy, Mommy, Nwachukwu, Kaira, Kosi & I love and miss you dearly!

Always & forever♥️♥️♥️
Posted by Emeka Onwuchuruba on September 16, 2021
Keep resting in the blossom of the Lord.
Posted by George Melifonwu on August 4, 2021
Our Sister was the Queen of Queens, this world is different because of her reign, Her loyal subjects, children & friends, never wanted her reign to end, for she was their Mentor, trusted leader & Friend, She ruled her land with a steady hand, touching the lives of every Woman & Man, Our Sister was the Queen of Queens...

Chiazor, not a day goes by that I don't think about you, my mind still replays the last time I saw you, You were so Frail I was afraid I was going to hug you to death now I wish I can hold you to life... The Fam still misses you, we all do, Rest in Paradise Sis, Big Bro loves and will always love you.
Posted by Azuka Offiah on April 2, 2021
My one and only "tister"...

I miss you so much it hurts...You were 8 years younger but no one ever believed when we told them because of how close we were and how we had alot of the same clothes. Sometimes, they called us twins and we would just laugh.

Chiazor, the pain is inexplicable...You didn't deserve to go this way. Mommy, Daddy, Kaira, Kosi, Nwachukwu & I miss you sorely.

Please remember what we discussed...I trust you sha!

Till we meet again to part no more, I love you so much and will always love you forever.

Rest in perfect peace baby girl. Tell Kobi I love her too...I wish I met her alive but God knows best.

Mama Kobi...My Chizzy Money...My Tister...Always & forever!!!

Posted by Temitope Ajijola on March 26, 2021
An Angel Goes Home .

I pray God grants your soul repose babygirl and comfort all loved ones you left behind.
Posted by Joan Ohwaguono on March 25, 2021
My former roommate and friend. You were always full of life, bubbly, jovial and humble. Rest in power Chiazor!!!
Posted by Kenny Obembe on March 25, 2021
My darling Chiazor, words fail me and I still have not fully come to terms with this loss. Thank you for being a good friend and sister to you. I’m grateful that our paths crossed and I am also grateful for the times we had together. you are beautiful and pleasant inside out. I will greatly miss you. Continue to rest my darling.
Love always ❤️.
Posted by Oluwaseun Odusanya on March 25, 2021
Today, we bid Chiazor farewell. But, there’s joy. Joy that someday we’ll meet to part no more.

In the last week and a half, my emotions have been everywhere. Angry, Sad, Teary-eyed, Empty, A-head-full-of-questions

I pray for Peace to fill the void. And Warmth that replaces tears when we rekindle memories.

Cheerful Chiazor, early memories are of you frying small chops at our year 3, Acc’13 beach party cos ‘student budget’

Today, we celebrate Chiazor who went over and beyond for her friends.
Posted by blue vision sketches & de... on March 24, 2021
Chiazor........ I can't believe I am writing a tribute in your name, you were such a beautiful soul, and a peaceful being, the last time we saw each other was on your wedding day, you looked like an angel. Keeemeee the way you use to call me when I say something funny and we would both laugh. I prayed and wish for resurrection miracle on your behalf, if God permit it.
Posted by Jumai Omosun on March 23, 2021
I’m still in denial, can’t shake the feeling off. Damn earth lost a good one..

To know you is to love you. You were such a kind hearted being, so full of life, respectful towards others..

I remember so many times I reached out to you concerning my business and you never failed to assist albeit being in the same industry. Your type is rare and I’m so glad I got to experience your touch..

Heaven indeed gained a good soul❤️
Rest on chiazor❤️
Posted by Elo Ikpeni on March 23, 2021
It still feels so unreal.
You were such a nice and honest person Chiazor.
We can only thank God because you’re definitely in a better place.

Rest well dear. ❤️
Posted by Charles Ononye on March 23, 2021
Chi... you left us. I am unhappy. I don't even know what to say or do. You care too much. Young but you were a mother... can't believe I just said "were". I am screaming!!!

I am here reminiscing on my work station. I saw you last during Kaosi's birthday last year. You always gave me an extra plate of food. You'd say "Chitu let me get you an extra plate."

Chi you were full of life the last time I saw you o. I told you about my upcoming event and you were so happy for me, we thanked God for how he has been uplifting us. We shared some good laugh with Muli. Your untimely demise has hurt alot of us. I am angry and pained.

Chi you live on in our hearts. I believe you have gone to a better place, where there is no pain or sorrow. Until we meet again dearest cuz.

Posted by Thelma Ononye on March 23, 2021
My darling Chiazor! To be honest, I don't know where to start. I don't even know what to say. I am still living in denial. The thought of your demise seems like African Magic, I shudder each time I stare at your pics knowing fully well that I will not see you again.

This life is just a pot of beans. I never knew that this day will come, where I have to write a tribute. But can we question God?.

Chiazor who lightens the room, ever accommodating, fun to be with, ever industrious, and hardworking. Watched how you took care of Kaira & Kosi like you were their mum.

I know for sure that heaven gained an angel. You will forever remain in our hearts. Sleep well Aunty Chijoo. Love you, dear Cuz.

Posted by Rotimi dahunsi on March 23, 2021
Chiazor, I never had the opportunity to meet you but the changes I saw in Maka shows the great job you have done because you are a great person. God knows all things. We take solace that you have gone to a better place where there is no pain and sorrow. Rest on Chichi
Posted by Adebola Olatunji on March 22, 2021
Chiazor... My Michelle... the last time I spoke to you, even in pain you were laughing. Even in pain you were laughing and crying. This wasn’t the plan, but Man proposes and God disposes. I’ve been so conflicted since you left this cold world, but I realized, you’re happier and in a better place. No more pain, no more suffering. I wish you could visit me one last time, I wish you could hug me and say “Bolasimi don’t worry we would fast and pray” like you usually do... you carried my problems as yours even when you were hurting. You helped my business grow,
You strengthened my faith in God. It’s so funny how we spent so much time together but never took pictures. You always had a smile on your face. I will forever miss our car rides, you coming to my house everyday and we would talk for hours on end, pray, cry and eat like the world was about to end.
Nobody can fill this void Chizi, in you I found a Friend, a sister, now you’re an angel, make sure you teach those other angels your funny dance steps .
I love you forever.
Your one and only Nurse. Till we meet again.
Posted by Yetunde Pearse on March 22, 2021
You are a kind and caring soul who genuinely wants people around you to succeed. You were so open and warm and always willing to teach. It is so hard to believe that you are gone, but I am glad I met you. May God comfort and strengthen your loved ones. May your soul rest in peace Chiazor
Posted by Nneka Madubugwu on March 22, 2021
Azor nwanne’m! There are no words....absolutely no words, my sister! It makes zero sense that I’m writing you a tribute at 27! My God! I’ve been putting off writing this....just anything to help me escape the reality of your demise. I will never be able to comprehend this and the hurt is indescribable. You were a shinning star! The most amazing and soundest person I know! Witty, smart, brave, industrious and an all round phenomenal person! You are so incredible and I’m definitely sure that my admiration for you would have been the same, even if we weren’t relatives , because to know you, quite frankly, is to love and adore you! I will love you forever Chiazor and I will carry you in my heart, wherever I go! Rest in perfect peace cousin! Rest in the Lord ezigbo nwanne’m❤️
Posted by King Rosay on March 21, 2021
My chairman’s wife is gone..I fell on the floor when I heard the news
I was not chances to met you but I know and very sure that you are in a very good place right now
Rest on chi
Posted by Adaugo Offor on March 21, 2021
I’ve never met you one on one but I’ve always admired you from afar...Heaven gained an angel and earth lost one You will forever be missed.
Posted by Obehi Ojeaga on March 20, 2021
I’m in shock!!! I’m angry!!!! I’m sad and I’m so sorry!!! You were such an amazing person....right from Unilag days...And then came your wedding and you chose me to be your makeup artist....Chiazor you were ever so supportive of your friends ❣️
The conversation we had last year, if only I knew it was going to be the last. So sorry Chiazor! This should never have happened to you. But God has a reason for everything. Rest well my ebony bride. Say hello to Wura for me
Posted by Cynthia Egwuonwu on March 20, 2021
This is still like a shock to me as I have not gotten over this bad news. Chiazor the very first day you moved into our room back in Lapaloma hostel,I knew you were an angel. Beauty and brains combined in one. How can an angel like you be gone so soon,still yet to process it. My reading partner ,how we would stay awake from 12am till 5.30am to read,still remembered how you taught me statistics ,a course I took in two hundred level that I had problem with and how I made an A at the end of the course. I can never forget all the memories we shared as roomies. May God grant your family the fortitude to bear this great loss , especially your husband. Rest in perfect peace my dearest roomie.
Posted by Ginikanwa Mgba-Okolo on March 20, 2021
Chiazor! Are you really gone??? I have struggled to process this. This is so painful. I wasn’t close to you but I am glad I met you and will forever cherish the memories we built together in Beirut. The past year has been tough with a lot deaths, but this truly hit home and a reminder that if the best of the best people can go then we truly are visitors here and life is so damn short! From the short time I met you and everytime I heard Nneka talk about you. You were truly everything... Strong, brillant, resilient, hardworking, a true black beauty, too wise for your age. This is really painful, but we will continue to trust God and I pray he comforts your family in this time. Rest on Chiazor and may heaven accept your soul
Posted by Lawson Bolatito on March 20, 2021
I didn't know you until your demise, through your sister (Laura's) TL. From everything I've read from your loved ones, it shows you were such an angel who would greatly be missed. My love goes to family and friends, especially your husband who are still struggling with the pain of your demise. May God comfort and heal the huge scar of everyone you left behind. May your soul rest in peace queen
Posted by Uriel Oputa on March 20, 2021
I don't know what to write honestly speaking.
I love you so much
I would ask myself how can someone be so nice but yet so strong and Smart,
You know what you did for me my sister words can't explain.
from the first Day we connected we stayed connected.
I would message you at random times complaining about something you would give me a solution, not only that you made me feel calm like Truly everything would be okay. 
I find it hard to deeply connect with people but with you,
Real recognize real
You where a Guardian Angel to many in flesh and you will continue to do so in spirit.
You are not Gone!!
Your words
your loving actions
your Calmness
your Big heart
your laugh
will continue to live in my Heart forever.
You know I don't play with you
I go go oshodi for your Case ooooo
For your Case o la la la For you case o!!
love you.
your Friend/Sister Uriel.
my little confession I ordered the bouncy curl you have from our Hair supplier.. no come say I copied you ooo.
love you sis
Posted by Patrick Agokei on March 20, 2021
Chiazor happened to be one of the few females I connected with In Unilag, very Vibrant, loving and transparent personality!!! It’s hard to know that you are gone, love you always, I know you are in a better place, I pray that God gives your husband your family and loved ones the strength to accept your loss!!! RIP my dear friend ❤️❤️
Posted by Chris Orbih on March 20, 2021
Still unbelievable to me. Chiazor was a bosom friend to my wife Pam. I knew her as a very warm, friendly and loving person. She seemed to have this effect on people around her. I remember the few times I tried to listen in on my wife and her conversation, it was difficult to pick out any words because it was more laughter than words. That's the kind of person she was. A happy one. Heaven truly gained an Angel. Forever in our hearts. Rest well Chiazor. 
Posted by Amaka Makas on March 20, 2021
Chiazor the few times I met you , you were so warm , so hearty . You had a big smile . Death why naw. Life is so fickle . Go well dear
Posted by PharTee Abba on March 20, 2021
I’m still finding it hard to process. We weren’t close but we knew each other from Junior school and were very cordial towards each other.

Definitely didn’t deserve to die so young. But then God knows best.
Continue to rest well knowing that you made a great impact in peoples lives and you were definitely loved by many. Your time on earth mattered and that’s what’s important

Rest well
Posted by nwuzor christian on March 20, 2021
I keep asking why you!
It shouldn't have been you!
I'm still in disbelief and my heart sobs at your painful exit.
I've read the encomiums and touching tributes from friends, but the truth is words cannot do justice in describing what an exceptional human being you were.

Back then in Uni, you were such a uniting force with alluring personality. I remember how we'll run to you to key into a project, because once you did, the entire class followed suit. The people loved you, they trusted and felt safe with you.

Rest in Eternal bliss Cheazor! My prayers are with your family. May the good lord grant them solace in this difficult time.
Posted by Akinade Cynthia Olufunmil... on March 19, 2021
rest well, Chiazor ♥️
Posted by Makua Okonkwo on March 19, 2021
Chi Chi,

Words fail me!! I can’t believe you just left us like that! You are such an amazing person with a beautiful soul. I am so sorry that I dint know what you were going through and i feel so guilty not checking up on you. Rest on my friend, heaven has gained an Angel.. Till we meet again my love , sleep well❤️❤️
Posted by Fatimah Musa on March 19, 2021
Dear Chiazor... I still wonder how you could leave this much impression on me even though we barely lived together for a year.
You are such a sweet soul and for some reason I can’t explain why this pains me to my soul.
Life they say is filled with mystery... I’ve asked what could have gone wrong a hundred times in my head but God knows best.

I can’t imagine the pain your family are going through... you talk of your dad at every chance you get. Your mum and sister too and then your nieces! God please help console this family and her husband... you guys looked heavenly together. 

Words fail me... rest on dear. Heaven gained an angel.
Posted by Rametu Musa Ebhodaghe on March 19, 2021
"Verily we belong to Allah, and verily to Him do we return". May her soul rest in peace

I remember staying in my sister's hostel (LaPaloma) for my NECO exams in 2011, Chiazor was very kind. Super reserved lady, she was the only one with a fridge in that room, her water was frequently taken by visitors and other times by her roommates but she didn't complain even though she only has a few bottles of water left. She later bought sachets water too when she noticed more people needing cold water. She even offered I keep mine and my sister's water but I didn't take cold water at the time. Before I left the hotel, she went to see her parents that weekend but this time she brought back a t-shirt she thought would look nice on me. She didn't know it was my birthday, I told her out of excitement and she said her aunt had returned to town and brought back a few items so she brought back an xtra small one for me. She was that thoughtful. I wore that top for many years still I outgrew that size. Also, my dad still wear the t-shirt from her wedding souvenir (all three from me and my sister's), he said the couples are very beautiful. She was very lovely and kind. Many thanks to her parents for raising such a selfless and beautiful soul.

My condolences to her family and husband. I pray you heal from this in abundance grace and mercy. Rest in Peace Chiazor ❤️
Page 1 of 3

Leave a Tribute

Recent Tributes
Posted by Theresa Akintunde on September 19, 2022
I miss you deeply babe!
Posted by Frances EMEMBOLU OKOCHA on September 16, 2022
Happy birthday in heaven beautiful Chiazor❤️
Posted by Thelma Ononye on September 16, 2022
Happy post humous birthday Chiazor Nnem, continue to rest in the lord.
Hmmmmmmmmm.. it still hurts, but God knows the best.
her Life
Mrs. Chiazor Michelle Obiora (NéeMelifonwu) was born on 16th September 1993 in London, England to the family of Nwachinemelu Austin Chiedu Melifonwu and Mrs. Helen Obianeze Melifonwu who hail from Isiokwe, Onitsha, Anambra state, she was the last of their 3 children.
She started her primary school education at Olumawu College, Abuja then after completion proceeded to Topgrade Secondary School, Surulere Lagos, as a top scholar, she did exemplary well in her studies and graduated in 2009 and proceeded to the prestigious University of Lagos to study accountancy where she graduated in 2015.
After graduation, she served at NSIA Insurance, a pan African insurance company then proceeded to the oil and gas industry where she worked at Aquitane oil and gas. 
As a business oriented and success driven person, she founded her beauty business HAIRXOTIC, a registered business in the heart of Surulere, Lagos where she designed her own branded hair line and hair care products, she had a salon, a barber's shop, a makeup studio to mention a few which were all thriving successfully. 
On the 9th September 2017, she married her heartbeat, Mr. Maduamaka Michael Obiora from Unubi, Anambra, whom she loved and adored till the very end.
Chiazor was a lover of children, her nieces were her favourite - Kaira & Kosi. Chi Pounds (as she was fondly called by a few friends) showed love to everyone she came across and gave the warme hugs. 
Her nickname was dark chocolate (because of her ever-shiny dark skin tone), she was the life of any party she decides to attend. She was hardworking, a family-oriented person, a lover of Christ, and also a woman with an angelic heart. She loved travelling, taking pictures and dancing. 
She transitioned to eternal glory on the 16th of March 2021, she is survived by her husband, father ,mother, sister, brother, nieces, loving friends, and extended family. 
Chiazor will be remembered for her tenacity for her business, love for Christ and family, her compassion and unending sacrifice to her close friends and the need to live a conscious and impactful drama-free life.
Recent stories

A Friend Forever...

Shared by Jomani Oluwadare on March 19, 2021
Dear Chiazor...words truly can’t describe the shock I felt on hearing the news of your demise. It felt and still feels so surreal, the tears came flowing freely.

However, I choose to remember you for the kind and cheerful person that you were.

Never in the about 12yrs of knowing you can I picture a moment of you being horrendous. You had such a sweet, gentleness about you.

You remain my friend always and forever. Rest easy my dear friend, till we meet again at the bosom of the Lord.

An impactful life she lived

Shared by samuel nnamdi on March 19, 2021
I cant believe this is true. chi baby is what i call her. my sister, my friend, my bank, my paddi, A young, Vibrant, enterprising, and extremely caring human who knew exactly what she wanted out of life. I was at a number of your milestone events: your wedding, the launch of your business. I remember Nsia, how we rocked nsia, i am out of words. i will miss you so much. 
Shared by Tisan Ajit on March 19, 2021
My dear Chiazor, Words fail me. You were an Amazing being, hardworking, caring and always celebrating people, always smiling. I admired everything about you Chi, You were perfect to me. 

The news of your death broke me  I’ll always love you girl ❤️ Forever and ever in my heart.