Let the memory of Chinwe be with us forever.
  • 37 years old
  • Born on April 15, 1981 in Lagos, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on February 5, 2019 in Glasgow, United Kingdom.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chinwe Nwadike 37 years old , born on April 15, 1981 and passed away on February 5, 2019. We will remember her forever.

Posted by Wande Arogbofa on March 12, 2019
Chi for Chinwe, hmmm. Thanks a lot for everything. Your genuineness, character and love for God all speak now that you are quiet. I remember my journeys of late last year, how you deployed your findings in your research to assist with my sister inlaw. You genuinely followed up and I still go through your messages. Even though we lost her, I’m sure you two would have seen over there and one thing was certain; she would be saying a big thank you to you for all your help and assistance. I saw you from far on the 3rd and was looking forward to trouble you a after service but didn’t get that chance. I also recall the way you peacefully sorted out things your interactions with people. It just confirms that you lived the life of a true Christian. By God’s grace we will see at the feet of Christ. Bye beloved sister
Posted by Stephen Mike on March 12, 2019
I'm writing this tribute on be half of myself and My Wife,Chinwe! I call you Chi?because you were like a sister to us,I didn't believe and still in shock that you are gone to be with the lord in heaven,I got to know you very well when we both found ourselves in the new parish(RCCG) His Royal Place Parish,Always smiling,a lady with a heart of gold,a very peaceful lady,a lady that loves God morethan anything? I can remember how my wife used to tickle you and you will be shouting and be running up and down calling me to come and hold my wife o,I can remember how you entertained us when we came to your village to bury your mother!I'm short of words honestly? I and my wife will forever miss you Chi?from the IFESINACHI'S
Posted by Elizabeth Arogbofa on March 11, 2019
Sis Chinwe........I have finally brought myself to pen down something. My heart is so heavy and my eyes filled with tears. I have refused to come to terms with the fact that u have left planet earth the only question I have which I haven’t been able to answer is WHY? I had a lot of love and respect for you, the way you dissected the word of God, break it down so much, infact my mum still mentioned to me the lesson she learnt from the last sermon you preached “Healing peels” oh how it work & it’s still working for her. Your life was indeed a blessing to the body of Christ. I miss u in a way I can’t even explain myself. You were our coach and moltivation in Ketosis, I rem how u laughed at nearly all of us in the group because we were pregnant U said it was our way of escaping ur Keto policing, how then do we continue without you..........it’s so sad not for u because urs in a better place but for those of us you left behind. Ketosis will definitely not be the same without you, infact I wonder if we can continue as that will keep bringing pain to our hearts.......u constantly reminded me to go and have baby num 2 so I can stop struggling with u to carry babies in church and just when the baby came you were not around to carry her sooooooo sad sis Chinwe. I have lost people in the past but with you it’s so different I’m finding it soooo difficult to let go. Imisioluwa has been asking of u, she’s been asking why your picture is everywhere in church I just told her your in heaven resting. You are definitely Missed and Lord...See you on the resurrection morning. Love u loads
Posted by Mo Dairo on March 9, 2019
Hmmm..Chinwe.......
Words failed me since you departed from us and I refused to put words together thinking a miracle would happen. Woww!! you were such an inspiration Chinwe, you served God and humanity with all of you. Even in the midst of some known challenges, you still trusted God and worshiped HIM that I wondered how you pulled through the storms of life. Most of your testimonies were thanking and believing God in advance. Every tribute at the (UK) service of songs today definitely told the story of the true child of God you are. It was fun doing ministry with you babe and I will forever cherish the life of impact you lived Chinwe.
I know you're now with your maker which is the ultimate, you are truly missed beloved Chinwe.
Sleep on Sister, you lived a life INDEED!
Posted by Akinlolu Olusegun on March 4, 2019
The live of great people all remind us and we can make our lives sublime thus while parting we leave our foot prints on the sand of time" Chinwe this axiom quite summarize your life here on earth you have come, lived to the devine standard and have gone to rest with your creator may those of us you left behind be able to emulate those virtues we do much cherish in you Good night love.
Posted by Tolu Olatunji on March 2, 2019
Death has always surrounded me
But it never addressed me,
Not until recently...
How do I respond?
“She accepted you, you did not take her”
Those who work with God, accept death when they are fulfilled.
Death did not take you away my dear, it only accompanied you to where you wanted to go.
Although painful, your departure strengthens my faith, for your life is a testimony. I pray to live a life full of impact and fulfilment like you did. 
Out of you comes a role model, God has answered my prayer.
Stay smiling My sister
P.S. my buttocks still hurts from all the slaps you gave me, I miss your trouble
Posted by Cornelius Uzoma on February 28, 2019
Very sad news to the people of Eziama Obaire Community,To lose a young and intelligent sister in this way, Death you are wicked, May her soul rest in perfect peace Amen.
Posted by Bunmi Ibigbemi on February 25, 2019
The news of your death came to me as a great shock when I heard you've gone to be with the Lord. You were such a loving sister, so passionate for God's work, always available even when others says no or not convenient.
May your soul continue to rest in Peace. The Lord comfort your entire family you left behind.
We love you but God love you more...Continue to rest on Sis Chinwe.
Posted by Chinyere Chijioke on February 25, 2019
May God receive your gentle soul and comfort your entire family especially my dear friend Dr Mrs Chioma, née Nwadike. I feel their pain very deeply!
Posted by Konyenasom Ikuni on February 23, 2019
Dear Chinwe,
I am still in shock on hearing about your demise. Rachel called me while at work, I couldn't do any work afterwards. I cried so hard, wondering why God will allow you die just like that. We chatted late January about your next steps after PhD and other stuffs didn't know that would be our last conversation.

We met in Victory House Choir and became friends. I remember the solos you took with so much love in your heart for God. You were so passionate about God and the ministry.

You were such a kind soul. Many could attest to that. I remember a time I had lost my job. I came to church with no money to go home, babes you had only N1,000 but you split it and gave me N500. It is only a kind person that can do that. You opened your home to me on Saturdays to sleep over after rehearsals because we close late and I lived far. You made sure I had dinner on those days too.

The other day I was talking to Efe about you. I told her, I have stopped crying. I am smiling through your memories because I know you are happy in Heaven flexing...

You are forever loved and missed dear friend and sister
Posted by Adeagbo Bayo on February 21, 2019
Chinwe i still find it hard to believe you've gone home. A sister, a friend and a fellow labourer in the vineyard. We were together in the same choir (Victory House Choir) before we were posted together to a new parish where she served as my assistant HOD. It was there i saw the leadership qualities in her, she is so dedicated to the work of God despite her tight schedule at her place of work. After every service she will take as many she can carry in her office car and drop them at their homes or the nearest bus stop to where they can board a bus to their homes for those who are leaving far. She spent her money to give to choir members who needed money for transport and other needs as it arises, she was indeed the mother of all, she will see that she carries me and my family home after the end of almost all the servic, she became my daughter's second mummy. She gave cash gift to my wife bought gifts for my daughter's. It was this and many more qualities that later spoke for her that later was made the HOD of the choir and her dedication and commitment to God and His work became stronger, she will call every member of the choir especially the instrumentalists making sure they come on time, she will give them money for their transport, bought uniforms for challenged members who can not afford them she never allowed her her work load to affect her service in the church. Pls let me stop here for now. When she told me she was going for her Phd programme aboard i was so happy for her, we did not get to talk or chatted much because of the gender difference. I remembered that she sent money to my wife twice from UK. I believe she will be dedicated and committed to God like she did while in Nigeria. Sister Chinwe words can not be enough to speak of your good works and legacy you left behind. I am blessed and honoured to have served in the vineyard with you, though you are no longer with us again but your memories lives on in our hearts especially mine, i missed you and hope to see you again where we will part no more. Good night my friend, my sister and co labourer.
Posted by Taiwo Ajayi on February 21, 2019
It was a shock to me! When I heard you are gone. I couldn’t believe it when the news of your demise was broken. However, the circumstances that sorround it, God knows better. You will be greatly missed Sis. Chinwe. I wouldn’t forget the concern you showed asking of me and my family well being, when you WhatsApp me 01/01/2019 chatting me up that, hope all is well that you didn’t see me in church. Hardly did I know, that was your last chat with me until the news of your death filtered in. The part you played in harmonizing the choir and motivating us for choir practice and other church programs will forever be remembered. Rest on. May your soul rest in perfect peace. Amen
Posted by Linda Maduforo on February 21, 2019
Oh chinwe Nwadike my dear friend. Knew [ Fati Chinwe] as we fondly call her from our days in the university.I Was so shocked when i saw that she has really trimmed down. You did well my dear and gave someone like me the Fat to continue with.
Chinwe was a God fearing and principled lady. I and Chinwe used to sit together during exams but one thing is sure, she will not talk to me, ask questions or copy anyother person while writing her exams and she was very brilliant. I used to ask what kind of friend she was but only for me to find out she was a principled person.
Chinwe i was really shocked knowing about your death on facebook. My husband & some school mates back in Imo State University and NIFES fellowship are still in shock.
But our consolation through the life you lived and testimonies from people is that you are with the Lord. We will surely miss you my dear friend. Rest on Chinwe Nwadike, rest on my lovely and ever smiling sweet friend.
Posted by Olushola Fabikun on February 20, 2019
Hmmm ,sis I don't know what to say but to celebrate your painful exit, I don't want to be sad cause I know where you are now is with the Lord till we meet again praising God together again rest in peace
Posted by Adekemi Giwa on February 20, 2019
Chinwe, your song:
"You are God, you are not just big o, you are not just large o, you are a great God"
(I heard it first from you, fills my heart with ache, because anytime I hear or sing that song, you come to my mind)
Well..... I can only pray you sleep well in the bossom of our Lord, may the ministry of the Comforter be released upon us all like never before, most especially on your immediate family. Amen
Posted by Funmi Dauda on February 20, 2019
Hmmm. Chinwe I still can't believe that you have gone.i still fine it had to accept that is true you're no more. I know you are in a peaceful place now. Well we love you but GOD love you more. Till we meet again good bye.
Posted by Maryline Kiptoo on February 20, 2019
Ohh Chinwe, am lost for words. This is not how I imagined 2019 to be especially after all the amazing goals you had for this year. It was such a pleasure being your flatmate, I will always have the beautiful memories of you teaching me Naija recipes :-) and culture, but most importantly, your love for worship, and your love for God. We prayed in our living room and talked about God and scriptures, which are memories I hold dear. I have had moments where I have asked God why; and questioned whether you would still be here should I have been in the house with you on that fateful day; but I am encouraged that you are now resting in heaven, worshiping with the angels. Rest well my dear, rest well. Till we meet again in heaven!
Posted by Ogechi Nwachukwu on February 19, 2019
Chi-Chi forever you will be missed, it is hard to believe you are gone, you left us broken. We are grateful your live on earth was lived serving God and being faithful in your service and worship to God. We love and missed you Chi-Chi.
Posted by David Oriakhi on February 19, 2019
The angels looked down from heaven one night.
They searched for miles afar,and deep within the distance they could see a shining star.They knew that very instant that the star was theirs to gain,
So they took you up to heaven,Forever to remain.
Rest in the lord. Till we meet to part no more
Posted by Josephine Adekola on February 19, 2019
This news has come as a great shock to us all. However we are consoled by the fact that you ran your race and resting at the bossom of the Lord. We will all miss you. Adieu Sister Chinwe.
Posted by Grace Iyoha on February 19, 2019
Chinwe, words fail to describe how deeply hurt I felt by the news. You were an epitome of love, a true worshipper. I believe that you have taken your place of worship in the presence of your King! I'll forever miss your smile and encouraging words. I'll miss ministering alongside you. When I ride my bike, I'll think of how we took baby steps and became champions. Rest on! Till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Anne Elogie on February 19, 2019
"To live in the hearts of those we love is not to die"
We met during a leadership course at Strathclyde University. Your calm but yet warm demeanour endeared me to you. Rest on soldier of Christ till we meet to part no more!
Posted by Tchee Uju on February 19, 2019
Sis chinwe, this still is painful to comprehend. It has bn a rewarding experience knowing u.. Oh!What a woman of love in its entirety! Everything about u depicts a true child of God! So selfless! I'm not ashamed 2 say that i loved u n was looking 4ward 2 ur return 2 give u a tight squeeze. u will 4ever remain in my heart. Rest on till we meet again at d marriage feast.
P.s ..u owe me that tight squeeze! Adieu sweetheart! Also say me hi 2 my brother n daddy.
Posted by Jude Esenwa on February 19, 2019
My first contact with you Sis was in 2006. We graduated on Oct 1st same year as church workers in RCCG Victory House (Festac). Ever since we've carried on as friends and colleauges till you joined the cloud of witnesses. Today, i celebrate a Saint, a woman whose heart is gold, one of godly virtues and goodly values with such calm personality, remarkable generosity and immense humility. Chinwe, I know where you are! At the Lord's feet, singing with the Heavenly Hosts and waiting for your glorified body. Chinwe Nwadike you will be missed but you're not missing. Enjoy His eternal glory forever. Love you always!
Posted by Olayinka Adesina on February 19, 2019
Hmm....I was shocked to hear the news that you have gone to be with the Lord. I thank God for the time I known you especially when you were ministering at Transformation Experience.
Your death reminds all and sundry the brevity of life!
I pray God of all comfort will comfort your family and entire RCCG Zone 4 for this loss but heaven gain in Jesus name.
You are forever in our mind.
Posted by Evelyn Oshin on February 19, 2019
Hmmm Sis Chinwe. I am still in shock on hearing that you have gone home. You will be missed but know for sure that your beautiful memories will be cherished. God sees and knows all. I pray that the Comforter fills the big hole you have left in our hearts. I am consoled by the fact that you have gone to a better place.
Rest in peace till we meet again Sis.
Posted by Godwin J on February 19, 2019
So painful to hear about the sudden demise of Chinwe. We met during a leadership training course in the University of Strathclyde. Such a quiet and committed christian lady. May God comfort the hearts of all the family members.
Posted by Adeola Morakinyo on February 19, 2019
*Tribute to a Woman of Faith and Peace*
Chiii... Allow me beg the oracle of words to give me the right one to express my emotions at the most shocking news ever: the transition of a gem.............. Nwadike Chinwe. My chibabyyymm
Actually, you were more than what words can ever express to me. My boundless & untamed tears look miserable to peers around 'cos they don't know your worth as a counselor, comforter, encourager, confidant, pain bearer, support system what more can I say, you're really little lower than All-in-all to me.
' I'll miss you' is an aberration compare with the gall, pain & space your demise left irreplaceably. However, I take solace in the fact that you knew Christ, served Christ like there's no tomorrow before the claws of death gripped you.
Sleep on my dear & bossom friend and keep singing with the host of heaven........
Ija dopin, ogun sitan
Olugbala, jagun molu
Orin ayo, la o m'ako
Halleluyah.....
Chiii, I'll miss and love you forever.
Posted by Mirabel Koso on February 19, 2019
Sister Chinwe was a beautiful, kind and extremely generous lady.
She was a true leader and she loved God with all her heart.
May she continue to rest in God's bosom.
She will be greatly missed!
Adieu sister Chinwe, adieu!
Posted by Elsie Enos on February 19, 2019
You were always at rehearsal and fellowship no matter how tight your schedule was. You helped me look after Elaine when I went to the hospital to have Elliot and he shared your birth month. You were amazing and made us laugh always especially when you were asked a question at Sunday school, you gave the PhD type of answer with references, always enlightening. I will never forget when your wig fell during rehearsal when you were singing and you picked it up and continue singing as if nothing happened while the rest of us were laughing so hard, it just didn't matter to you.
I'm really glad my family and I met you because you were truly inspiring. We were also the last to say bye, though we never knew it was the last bye on earth. That song we all sang in the car on the way to your place, made you so happy, especially Elliot's version, it was hilarious. I'm really glad it ended that way, I smile when I remember that last trip. We will meet in glory, rest in peace dear sister.
Posted by Atere Olusola on February 19, 2019
I never imagined that I will be writing this about you but God knows why he had to call you back to Him. I have no doubt that you are with Him. I will miss ministering alongside you the most. You were amazing Sis. Chinwe, the memories of you will forever linger in our hearts. Please greet my dad when you see him.
Posted by Omisakin Segun on February 19, 2019
Chinwe was a beautiful soul that brings light to darkest of mind. very opened ,friendly and definitely a citizen of heaven. I am still in shock hearing you are gone. I am very thankful I came to know you, your advise just some weeks ago on some of my work will stay with me for ever. All is well
Posted by RCCG BEAUTIFUL GATE on February 14, 2019
Tribute to a Lovely Child of God
Many times, we wait until a friend has slept in Glory to realise how wonderful a person they were. Well this is not a story like that. Today, we would like to pay tribute to a very dear friend and sister in the Lord. Her name is Chinwe Nwadike. Her life has taught us that an impactful life is not a result of how long we live rather how well. Her sudden death came as a shock to us and we are left with so many questions, lessons and wonderful memories of her which we keep dearly in our hearts.
Chinwe came to Beautiful gate for the first time four years ago. Immediately we knew that we had found a family. She soon joined her music family - the choir. In fact, it seemed she had always been a part of the church. She brought with her a heart that worships in spirit and in truth. We can all affirm one thing - Chinwe was a True Worshipper! She was a leader and a role model to the Choir and to so many friends.
If anyone wants to describe Chinwe. We guess you will say, she loves the Lord, she was Selfless, she was committed to Christ, and a woman of faith. While many resorted to God after many failed attempts in life, she always believed in God first. There are fond memories of her walk with God which we remember very well from her testimonies. One of such was her testimony of God’s miraculous provision for her needs through the payment of a double salary. Hahaha! There are known tales from her friends about her unwavering believe in God for healing anytime she was under the weather. Chinwe was a Christian!
Although as human and as a family we mourn you in our hearts, we are Glad that you accepted Jesus and we are confident that you will reign with him in eternity. Just as Jesus had promised all is faithful children. Our prayer is that we will all join you there someday. We love you and you will forever be in our hearts. May your soul rest in eternal peace!
RCCG BEAUTIFUL GATE
GLASGOW SCOTLAND

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