ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Christine Anamdi. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Chisom Onubogu on May 27, 2021
Muttilato!!! That’s what I always called you. Gone too soon!! You were one in a million!! An epitome of beauty, class, a hardworking mother of 3.. you rose through the ranks in Anamco into retirement. I remember visiting you with my kids in 2013 when I came into town. You were so full of cheer and that smile... that smile that said a lot...your smile spoke volumes.
You were popular amongst friends of your children. We all knew you. We all knew we had to be in our best behavior in your home even in your absence. You raised 3 amazing children one of which was my best friend Dobs. You spared no one. Everyone was handed the same yardstick of encouragement, we all got the same level of scolding and most of all we knew you sincerely loved us.
I was a part of your family. O my!! little did I know that all those trips to Obosi with you was just God telling me I was going to be married to an Obosi man. I knew a lot about Obosi just because you welcomed me into your hone and took me as your daughter.
Mutti I loved you, I love you and the memories growing up as well as our last encounter would always remain in my memory.
Adieu Mutti. Adinije.... Ezinne.... Biko je ije a nke oma. May your Soul Rest In Peace. Amen 
Posted by EJIKE ASIEGBU on May 25, 2021
MOTHER OF MANY CHILDREN AND SONS!

I HONESTLY HAVE LACKED THE COURAGE TO WRITE ABOUT YOU. YOUR EVER CHARMING GRACE DISARMS ME AND MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE WHEN I TAKE A VOYAGE DOWN MEMORY LANE ABOUT MY ENCOUNTER WITH YOU SEVERALLY WHEN YOU COME TO VISIT CHIKE AND HIS BRAVE GROUP OF BROTHERS AND FRIENDS . YOU WERE A TRUE AMAZON , FULL OF GLITTERING LOVE SHINNING AND PERMEATING THROUGH THE SHARPEST ARMOUR OF MEN AND WOMEN ALIKE.
YOU THOUGHT CHIKE AND ALL OF US THE VALUE OF LOVE  AND MORE STILL HARDWORK AS THE TRUE BASE OF SUCCESS IN ALL THAT ONE DOES IN LIFE ! WHEN I GOT THE SAD NEWS OF YOUR DEATH, I HAVE BEEN IN PAIN BUT TAKE SOLACE IN THE LORD THAT AN ANGEL HAS TRANSMUTED! YOU WILL FOREVER BE ON OUR MINDS AS YOU AND GOD ALMIGHTY CONTINUOUSLY WATCH OVER US GUIDING US ALL ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GODLINNESS ! WE LOVE YOU  BUT GOD LOVES YOU MOST! ADIEU MUTTI! ADIEU !!!
Posted by nnamdi okigbo on May 20, 2021
Death can be very unfair, but we can never run away from it. In so many ways you touched our lives, from Igbariam street to transekulu, to Lagos VI you never stopped trying to impact us with the very best for our future. We saw it then as being too hard but you knew life was tough and did your best to prepare us.
MUTTI! MUTTI!! MUTTI!!! YOU LEFT US SO SOON BUT LIKE A DOVE YOU ARE WATCHING OVER US.
MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE. AMEN
Posted by Victor Onuoha on May 14, 2021
Dr Chike,
The news of the death of your Mum came to me as a shock especially at a time you are also grieving the demise of your father in-law.
Your Mum was a strong and hardworking woman that sacrificed everything to raise her children and l saw that deep sense of commitment in her to give her children a better life.
On behalf of my family, please accept our heartfelt condolences and have the assurance that we shall all meet on that resurrection morning.

Engr Victor Onuoha

Posted by Rose Kenneth on May 12, 2021
Farewell ma❤️ Keep resting in God’s perfect peace!
Posted by Chisco Udeaja on May 12, 2021
MUTTIiiiiiiii who can ever think you will go soooo soon, who did not experience Ur love, touch, scold, advice, & etiquette.

To Christiane a woman of inestimable value, a go getter, iron lady of Anammco motors Ltd back in the 90s while I was in secondary school with her daughter Adaobi whom she calls Dobis and we took after that in university days. My best uncle's colleague, a fearless lady, Nigeria Margaret Thatcher, the Queens english Muttilicious Mutti,   a no nonsense woman. I can go on and on about this self made mom of 3 Chike, Ken & Dobs (my sch mom turned big sis). Mutti u were such a wonderful mom to ur children and children's friends. She will reprimand u on the spot of any wrong done and still draw u closer, sit u down and talk sense into u. I miss u Mutti. MUTTI means mom in German. Mutti I remember when I visited u in Ajah wowww u were aging soooo gracefully and saw how doting u were to your grandchildren and I was like "is this Mutti that cannot stand any dirt or littered toys around her house and her daughter said "old age". Wowww Lord may we live to see our own grandchildren in good old age. Adieu great woman with great integrity! Adieu beautiful Mutti! Adieu grandma with a difference. RIP ‍♀️ I love u Mutti and will ever miss u. Fare thee well
Posted by Oge Ndiogulu on May 11, 2021
Dear mama,
Adi na ije ma ije aga aga! It’s a pity I got to meet with u in your later years, but from the stories I heard from ur daughter my friend and sister Adaobi,I believe u were a super and amazing mother❤️ Thank u for the good upbringing u infused in them, u will forever be missed!!
May ur beautiful soul rest in d bossom of the lord!
Sleep on muttii !!!!!!!!
Posted by Joe Anamdi on May 10, 2021
Tribute to a virtuous woman
What a sad news that death has snatched you away when you have not started to enjoy the fruits of your labour. Well, who are we to question God, He giveth and he taketh away. Glory be to His name. In as much as we were saddened by your untimely death, we take solace that you are in a better place, where we will eventually meet to part no more. Christy, for all these years I have known you as my sister-in-law, you have been nothing but a caring and loving mother. An elegant woman and a devoted mother whose love for his children is equal to none. I cannot thank you enough for your dedication to my two nephews and one niece. The Anamdi family cannot ask for a better wife. You may be gone but you can never be forgotten. We lost a gem but it shall be well with you. May Almighty God grant you an eternal rest.
Chief Joe Anamdi
Okaa Omee Awka-Etiti

Posted by Emeka Ejezie on May 9, 2021
May God Grant the Anamdi Family the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss.

May the Hosts of Heaven Welcome Mama and may Her memories be a blessing
Posted by Emeka Ugwu on May 9, 2021
You were such a ‘sofisticated’ yet natural and kind hearted woman. Always willing to accommodate our mistakes when we were all growing up and didn’t treat us any different from your children.
We will miss you ‘Mutti’ but be consoled in the knowledge that your dreams are being lived in your children’s life’s
Heavens just got bigger!
Posted by Orakwute Ogochukwu on May 8, 2021
It is HARD to accept the death of a loved one. We
all wish we had the power to make death go away
from the face of the earth forever and never
return. We wish to live on earth without losing
anyone dear to us. But sadly, death is inevitable.
I miss you Mutti . May your soul rest in peace Amen. Adieu mutti
Posted by Lota Joy on May 8, 2021
Mutti we miss you
Posted by Okey Obua on May 8, 2021
How do you say farewell to such a pure heart as Mutti. Death has robbed us of a wonderfully accommodating woman, mother to all her children’s friends. It did not matter whether Chike, Ken or Adobi were in town, you can just show up and go upstairs. Which other mother would do that!

I left Nigeria in 2002 from Mutti’s house. I was driven to the airport in Mutti’s car. Chike was in Port Harcourt and did not even know about this for years until I mentioned it to him in passing. That is a testimony to Mutti’s love and accommodation that I took her house as mine. Why do I need to tell Chike that I am going home?

Oh death, where is thy victory? What have you done!

I will cherish the wonderful advice she would give and the way she will always say to Chike “ why don’t you be more like Okey” without knowing that I was involved in the mischief.

Our only consolation is that Mutti is in a better place, resting and free finally of the troubles of this world.

Go well Mutti. Farewell till we meet again.
Posted by Chukwudi Ibeabuchi on May 8, 2021
Mutti was an epitome of a mother. As a single mom. She had a heart of pure gold though she did twice the work and went through twice the stress and tears of raising her kids with love sacrifice and strength. She will forever be missed by all who knew her.
Adieu mutti.
Posted by Ebere Emezie on May 8, 2021
My dear Mutti, I still can’t believe that I’m saying goodbye to you today, but I know you will always be in my heart.

You were such a caring, warm, compassionate and vibrant woman. I am indeed yet to meet someone who shared her home and her heart so selflessly as you did. Even now as a mother myself, I still can’t comprehend how you did it. And to think that you were so strict!

You were a very loving person with a beautiful soul, a great inspiration to all and the true definition a ‘strong woman’. You worked so hard, defied all odds and built an incredible career, while also raising your children and multitude of other people’s children.

I wish I could have seen you in more recent years but will always keep the fond memories I have of you. And there are so many of them which I will forever cherish.

I remember sitting many times and chatting away with you for hours. You were so full of wisdom and always had great stories and advice. I particularly remember how you would call me ‘Ébéré’ with the heavily exaggerated Imo accent after I told you I had given up on correcting people who call me ‘Ebele’. I still chuckle when I think of it.

Adieu Mutti! You may be gone but the memories we all have of times shared with you will never be forgotten. I take solace in the knowledge that heaven will welcome you just like you welcomed so many. Jee nke oma.
Posted by Andrew Isiayei on May 7, 2021
Muti!, as we fondly called you then, now and always, we painfully recall the numerous blessings your role in our lives meant for us. In our most trying moments, you came through for us over and over again.
We hate to let you go. But your heavenly father needs you most. We hold on to the memory of the joy you brought to us with each visit, each meal, each word of encouragement. The succor was, and is still unparalleled. Eternal rest grant unto you. And perpetual light shine on you. May your soul and those of the faithful departed through the mercy of God, rest in peace.
Amen
Posted by Emmanuel Onwualu on May 7, 2021
As my Aunt, I was privileged to have known you Mama. You are kindhearted, forever smiling, hardworking lady. You showed us what unconditional love feels like. We brought so many discomforts but you still stuck by our side.
  There is no way we can repay all the love. We can only say, we are grateful. We love you mum. Jee nke oma.
Posted by Ugo Ezeokwuosa on May 7, 2021
If there is a way to describe strength, astuteness and determination in one word; that word would best resonate in the woman we all knew and called Muti. Though I met her severally then at Enugu with the impression of the firm and admirable personality she was, one encounter that lingered was when I visited Ken in her house at V.I. Lagos years ago. The decorum around her, personal organisation, focus and ability to combined hardwork with motherhood was and is still an inspiration to me.

She was a lioness.

May God forgive all her sins and grant her a special place in paradise.

Rest in peace, Muti.
Posted by Buof Nwokike on May 7, 2021
Mutti is a success, always a welcoming mother to many, she lived well, laughed often and loved much. She gained the respect of intelligent men and women plus the love of her children and close family friends like myself and my siblings.
She has filled her niche and accomplished her task. She leaves the world better than she found it, She has never lacked appreciation of earth's beauty or failed to express it, she looked for the best in others and gave the best she had.
NOTHING BREAKS MY HEART THAN HAVING A WORLD WITHOUT MUTTI IN IT...
REST IN THE BOSOM OF OUR LORD
Posted by Nnaemeka Agwuegbo on May 7, 2021
A one night encounter turned me from the friend of Ken to a friend of the family & finally family,the night I encountered Mutti & it left a lifetime impression on me. I am writing this too soon because our Mutti, The Fashionista, The Iron Lady, The Lady Boss, star mother etc... left sooner than we all wanted & expected. The truest feminist in the best form. Will always be glad I came across such an Amazon because she suffers no fool & all my efforts for success was to a large extent to impress her and earn her approval which never comes easy. Adinije jee nke oma & you are always & forever alive in my heart & memories...
Posted by Chinedum Onwuta on May 6, 2021
Mutti.... strict, disciplined, hardworking and yet loving. I remember the first day I met you in Enugu. Life! That marked the beginning of a relationship I cherish so much. You supported and encouraged me, urging me to keep pushing. You were a great inspiration. I still recollect our last conversation in 2018 before I left. You brought up three strong beautiful kids alone and the shoes you left will be difficult to fill. I am grateful for the time we spent and being a part of your family. It is difficult to believe you are gone. We love and miss you. Journey well Mutti. May your soul find rest, Amen.
Posted by Odogwu Cmoni on May 6, 2021
Mutti..the smart, sedulous, and sophisticated mum. She was as strict as she was sweet. With her, you will rarely get away with a wrong just as you will often get rewarded for a right. A meticulously detailed woman she was always focused, punctual, and dedicated to the task at hand. Little wonder she was able to juggle her tight work schedule with raising three kids and many relatives. To all the who stayed under her roof, she filled their stomachs and filled their hearts. A true caring mother to the letter.

Mutti taught me a thing or two on etiquette. The most memorable being back in the Victoria Island days when her nephew tried to serve drinks with the wrong glassware. She turned him back to the cabinet and enlightened us on the different types of glassware.
"This is the tumbler..it is usually for soft drinks. This is the flute..it is for sparkling wine and champagne...."

Mutti it was a blessing and privilege to have been a part of your family.
Know that you will always be loved by all who you touched. If only we could have you here longer, but we are grateful that you have left a worthy legacy here on earth and hope that someday we will see you again and get to spend eternity together.

Continue to rest in peace....

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Posted by Chisom Onubogu on May 27, 2021
Muttilato!!! That’s what I always called you. Gone too soon!! You were one in a million!! An epitome of beauty, class, a hardworking mother of 3.. you rose through the ranks in Anamco into retirement. I remember visiting you with my kids in 2013 when I came into town. You were so full of cheer and that smile... that smile that said a lot...your smile spoke volumes.
You were popular amongst friends of your children. We all knew you. We all knew we had to be in our best behavior in your home even in your absence. You raised 3 amazing children one of which was my best friend Dobs. You spared no one. Everyone was handed the same yardstick of encouragement, we all got the same level of scolding and most of all we knew you sincerely loved us.
I was a part of your family. O my!! little did I know that all those trips to Obosi with you was just God telling me I was going to be married to an Obosi man. I knew a lot about Obosi just because you welcomed me into your hone and took me as your daughter.
Mutti I loved you, I love you and the memories growing up as well as our last encounter would always remain in my memory.
Adieu Mutti. Adinije.... Ezinne.... Biko je ije a nke oma. May your Soul Rest In Peace. Amen 
Posted by EJIKE ASIEGBU on May 25, 2021
MOTHER OF MANY CHILDREN AND SONS!

I HONESTLY HAVE LACKED THE COURAGE TO WRITE ABOUT YOU. YOUR EVER CHARMING GRACE DISARMS ME AND MAKE IT IMPOSSIBLE WHEN I TAKE A VOYAGE DOWN MEMORY LANE ABOUT MY ENCOUNTER WITH YOU SEVERALLY WHEN YOU COME TO VISIT CHIKE AND HIS BRAVE GROUP OF BROTHERS AND FRIENDS . YOU WERE A TRUE AMAZON , FULL OF GLITTERING LOVE SHINNING AND PERMEATING THROUGH THE SHARPEST ARMOUR OF MEN AND WOMEN ALIKE.
YOU THOUGHT CHIKE AND ALL OF US THE VALUE OF LOVE  AND MORE STILL HARDWORK AS THE TRUE BASE OF SUCCESS IN ALL THAT ONE DOES IN LIFE ! WHEN I GOT THE SAD NEWS OF YOUR DEATH, I HAVE BEEN IN PAIN BUT TAKE SOLACE IN THE LORD THAT AN ANGEL HAS TRANSMUTED! YOU WILL FOREVER BE ON OUR MINDS AS YOU AND GOD ALMIGHTY CONTINUOUSLY WATCH OVER US GUIDING US ALL ON THE PRINCIPLES OF GODLINNESS ! WE LOVE YOU  BUT GOD LOVES YOU MOST! ADIEU MUTTI! ADIEU !!!
Posted by nnamdi okigbo on May 20, 2021
Death can be very unfair, but we can never run away from it. In so many ways you touched our lives, from Igbariam street to transekulu, to Lagos VI you never stopped trying to impact us with the very best for our future. We saw it then as being too hard but you knew life was tough and did your best to prepare us.
MUTTI! MUTTI!! MUTTI!!! YOU LEFT US SO SOON BUT LIKE A DOVE YOU ARE WATCHING OVER US.
MAY YOUR SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE. AMEN
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The Flaming Light Goes Off

Shared by Chukwuma Ibeabuchi on May 7, 2021
Life itself is a mystery. The more you think the more ambiguous it becomes. This light was lit many years ago by the most High, now the flaming light goes off. Are we to question our creator or do we take a battle to His kingdom? Absolutely, No! everything remains perfect in His eyes, in His words and in His thoughts and He has taken His own.
Going down memory lane, I remember in one occasion Aunty Christine Anamdi (Mutti) visited us in No 7 Monrovia Street New Haven, Enugu I hid her car key, as she was preparaing to leave, she discovered that her car key was missing, apparently  in our house. Immediately, the whole house was thoroughly searched but to no avail. The next minute a scenario played out between my dear Aunty (Mutti) and myself  ''Chuboy kedu ebe I debelu key motor mu'' (Chuboy where did you keep my car key) I remembered telling her that I hid the key because I wanted her to  stay with us and she further accepted my request and tenderly in a motherly tune she went on '' Chubobo gwam o ebe key motor di o'' I was touched by her motherly acceptance of staying with us. I carefully brought out the car key beneath the seat cushion... SMILES.
Mutti, mutilatu was indeed a mother to all not just to her biologically children, Her energetic aura was felt in all ramification.  A first class Aunty of mine, a mother figure, Adadioramma, Adinije, an erudite administrator, a true Christian, a hardworking anty, a gold getter, a hard core disciplinarian and a source of inspiration . Surely we will miss you Adiniji Nwanyi Oma!
In this moment of grief and mourning one thing remains clear ''God is the giver of life and equally the taker of life'' we celebrate your life and time on earth because the giver of life blessed you with children and grand children - a prayer of every man.  Now that your chapter has come to an end! TEARS...  on an onward journey to your ancestral home of glory for a greater life after.
May He accept your soul in peace perfect peace. Amen
Jee Nke Oma Mrs. Christine Nkili Anamdi (Nee Anyeji)  
Your Nephew
Chuma Ibeabuchi (Your Chubobo)