ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chief Fidelis Nwaogwugwu. We will remember him forever.

Daddy is my very able warrior. No was not an answer. If you dared say no he would simply reply 'Make it possible!'.

People would often wonder how someone like my mum could be married to such a cantankerous man but if you knew him you would know that daddy was so very loving. He would tell you exactly what was on his mind and then very much ensure that you were well fed and cared for at the same time. He loved life and he loved people and it still shows now. 

He is very much missed but we are thankful for every moment that he was in our lives and the imprint that remains. 

We encourage you to contribute your stories, pictures, tributes and videos. This is a place for everyone's memories. 

The Nwaogwugwu family. 




Posted by Okechukwu Uzodinma on July 20, 2021
Omenma Chief Fidelis Nwaogwugw you have left us with the lack of the vibrancy of your superb personality.
We are all humans and can not do anything when God calls anyone home. We will miss you but we know surely that you are at rest in the Lord's Bosom
The Almighty God will grant your family and us all the fortitude to bear your loss.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace in the Lord's Bosom.
Adieu friend.

Okechukwu and Roseline Uzodinma and family.
Posted by Chidi Joyce on July 19, 2021
Dee Nwaogwugwu as I usually call him, he was the man that made me feel at home when I visited London on holiday to see my sister Mrs Ngozi Nzeadibe Okoh. He acted as a senior brother in another man's country, and since then I took him as such.
I also visited him in the hospital here in Nigeria and I thought he would have made it. God knows best, go well to the bosom of the Lord


Chidi Ngozi"s sister in Nigeria
Posted by Chidi Joyce on July 19, 2021
Dee Nwaogwugwu as I usually call him, he was the man that made me feel at home when I visited London on holiday to see my sister Mrs Ngozi Nzeadibe Okoh. He acted as a senior brother in another man's country, and since then I took him as such.
I also visited him in the hospital here in Nigeria and I thought he would have made it. God knows best, go well to the bosom of the Lord


Chidi Ngozi"s sister in Nigeria
Posted by Ngozi OKOH on July 13, 2021
WE MEET AGAIN
Dede (Chief Omenma), it broke my heart to lose you, when I remember those wonderful things you did that made me laugh, your uncountable caring and love you have shown to me and my family, losing someone irreplaceable causes pain that is hard to bear. My heart feels truly broken knowing you're no longer here. I would say your love is still our guide, although we cannot see you, you always at our side.  It is obvious that our family chain is broken and nothing seems the same again, but God calls us one by one, the chain will link us again. In your life, you really proved to me the Flag "CHIEF OMENMA" until we meet again.
Posted by Uzo Imangs on July 3, 2021
Uncle placed alot of value on family, whenever my family and I visited the UK his home was always open to us. Alhough my relations to him was through my aunty Ada, as a typical traditional man he always took charge of all our visit. Visiting him was a delight, he made sure he fed you, with tasty Nigerian dishes. I remember when I had my son in the UK he brought my aunty to help bath my baby and of cause he came along with Nigerian food to feed me as usual.He will be dearly missed

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Posted by Okechukwu Uzodinma on July 20, 2021
Omenma Chief Fidelis Nwaogwugw you have left us with the lack of the vibrancy of your superb personality.
We are all humans and can not do anything when God calls anyone home. We will miss you but we know surely that you are at rest in the Lord's Bosom
The Almighty God will grant your family and us all the fortitude to bear your loss.
May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace in the Lord's Bosom.
Adieu friend.

Okechukwu and Roseline Uzodinma and family.
Posted by Chidi Joyce on July 19, 2021
Dee Nwaogwugwu as I usually call him, he was the man that made me feel at home when I visited London on holiday to see my sister Mrs Ngozi Nzeadibe Okoh. He acted as a senior brother in another man's country, and since then I took him as such.
I also visited him in the hospital here in Nigeria and I thought he would have made it. God knows best, go well to the bosom of the Lord


Chidi Ngozi"s sister in Nigeria
Posted by Chidi Joyce on July 19, 2021
Dee Nwaogwugwu as I usually call him, he was the man that made me feel at home when I visited London on holiday to see my sister Mrs Ngozi Nzeadibe Okoh. He acted as a senior brother in another man's country, and since then I took him as such.
I also visited him in the hospital here in Nigeria and I thought he would have made it. God knows best, go well to the bosom of the Lord


Chidi Ngozi"s sister in Nigeria
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Shared by Nwakuru Osigbe on June 14, 2021
Daddy loved music and dancing, he especially loved Odumodu. The rhythm and lyrics would always lift his spirits and get him moving. I have no idea how daddy moved his legs so quickly and smoothly across the floor. I often remember just laughing as he came up with new moves and can recall how much he smiled and touched his chest with one hand as he danced. I hope you will also dance and celebrate his life in the same way - with a big smile on your face and a few dance steps.