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 Chinenye Obi-Ezenwe on March 17, 2021
Chiazor!! Chiazor!!


I’m still in shock o. E shock me and I’m not even trying to be funny. What?! I was just scrolling through ig when i saw someone’s message to your sister. Azuka lost her younger sister...”ha! God forbid, Mba nu, can’t be” was my immediate response. I scrolled to the next page and lo your name was boldly written followed by RIP. JESUS!

I immediately called a mutual friend who confirmed this sad event...Chiazor i have had tears in my eyes since yesterday. Typing this is hard...the background music isn’t even helping. I remember sending you a couple of messages that went unread and unreturned. I even got angry at you because you were supposed to give me feedback on something were doing for me. I’m so sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sooooo sorry! I had no clue dear God I’m sorry Chiazor.

Ah Chiazor! This one off me o but i take solace in your very impactful life. You were pure joy! You were kind, loving, playful, enterprising and always had a smile for everyone. The Lord gives, the Lord takes o. Even if it doesn’t make sense, we will Trust Him, His ways are Higher, His ways are better, He alone understands why this had to happen.

My heart goes out to your dear husband, your dad, mum, siblings and everyone who’s mourning you at this time . May God send the Holy Spirit for comfort and grant all the strength to pull through this difficult time.

Soar with the Angels Chiazor. Rest in the bossom of the one who created you and whom it has pleased to call you Home.

Ah it is well o.

I love you my baby girl. You’ll be sorely sorely missed!!

Posted by Semande Iria on March 17, 2021
I met you during Unilag days, you were friendly and beautiful.
This news is very shocking ,but I believe God knows best and you have gone to rest!
May God give your family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Keep resting in the Lord’s bosom...
Posted by Obiora Maka on March 17, 2021
Goodbye my dearest wife,
I wish I could have loved you more,
But I was just a human being,
I know you are in a better place,
Where there's no pain,
Looking down at us,
Rest on my angel
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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!!!
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.
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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.