ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Chukwuemeka Dennis Onuoha. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Adedeji Alabi on May 28, 2021
Dennis, wetin happen???

Omo Nna, ki lo se le?

How come?

Ehm, I am lost for words!!!!
Took forever to sink in, that you have left this wicked world!

I kept dialling your mobile, even after speaking to aunty Susan and Ngozi!
Slowly, it began to dawn on me that you are truly gone! Chuckwuemeka!!!
My dear friend, my childhood friend.
Partner in the good, the bad, and the ugly!!! We have been through it all!
My pilot, always showing and clearing the routes ahead for me while we were both growing up!
My translator (Dennis spoke Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa, to mention a few).
Easy going and dependable!!! Omo, no worries, always assuring me!!!

Great, you were!!! Totally Irreplaceable!!!

Your smiles continue to warm my heart, always to be remembered!!!!!

Who was Dennis? Dennis was Dennis! True Wazobia!

A truly reliable friend who would stand by you through thick and thin.
Caring and Generous, always dedicating his time and support.

"Whoever renders service to many puts himself in line for greatness--great wealth, great return, great satisfaction, a great reputation, and great joy." --Jim Rohn
Dennis, you were and always will be Great!!!

Your words of reassurance will never be forgotten!!!
Full of life, loving the good life.

"In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln
Omo Nna, the life in your years counted the biggest time!!!

You came, you saw, you conquered! Amoye!!!

Your Life was too short, but you made every second count!!!

“Deji Nna, stop talking and start acting” Dennis would say to me always.

Anyi ga hugi naya ogenile

The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh.
Lord knows best.

May the Lord grant all your family members and friends the strength to bear this loss, Amen.

Emeka, till we meet again, to part no more.

Sun re o!!!!!!!!!


Deji

Posted by chukwudi chima on May 26, 2021
I am still short of words on what to say. Dennis the Menace, Your death came as a shock, we hadn't seen each other in a long while, I still do remember our last phone conversation many years back... Dennis, the ever astute businessman, always thinking ahead, seeing opportunities.. full of life, smiling, always positive. You will be surely missed, God knows why things happen this way. May your Soul rest in Peace and may God bless and protect the family you left behind. May God keep blessing you. Rest in Peace Brother...
Posted by Nnajiofor Anyaegbunam on May 26, 2021
Words fail me at this sad , sad time. What a great shock. Dennis the menace as we fondly called the love of Ngozi's life as we played video games back in the day at Eric Moore towers. Wish there was more time, but hey life is life. 2 coins for the boatman my dear brother Dennis and convey my greetings those that went before.
Posted by Chibuzor Ogwuike on May 25, 2021
FOREVER IN OUR HEARTS                                   This came as a huge shock to everyone, you gave no one a last farewell nor ever said goodbye.                                You were gone before we knew it.                    A million times we will cry.                          A million times we will miss you.                        If love alone could have saved you ,you never would have died .in life we loved you dearly,in death we love you still,in our hearts you hold a place no one else can fill.                        I thank God he made you our brother while you were here on earth .                              REST IN PERFECT PEACE BRO EMMY                       
                        CHIBUZOR OGWUIKE                             
                              SISTER                                   
Posted by Ngozi Onuoha on May 22, 2021
Tribute to my great Uncle

Uncle (like I would fondly call you), your death came as a HUGE shock to me. I remember reading the message about your passing trying to piece around who Emeka (mentioned in the message) was. I could never bring myself to think it would be OTUNBA. I remember like yesterday, plans which we had made for this year, in anticipation of things getting back to normal. It is with deepest sorrow and sadness that I write this tribute to you. You live on Uncle EMEKA. Memories of good times we had while in FESTAC, lives on. I remember the love you have for driving.
A typical day would be, Old man (Nickname only you in the family called me), go and ask your mum for her keys. To which I would gladly carry out the orders. I knew a trip out with you would be a movement (entertaining). While we all mourn you today, we take comfort in the fact that you lived a good life. We thank the Lord for your life and bid your farewell. Until we meet again uncle, Rest in perfect peace.

Your nephew,

Chibuikem.
Posted by Bimpe Faniran on May 22, 2021
It really was such a shock when I heard about your husband passing away Ngo. The little I know of him, he was a good man and I hope it helps a little to hear how much he was loved by others.
I know losing the one you love is so hard. And so I’m praying hard for you Ngozi and your lovely children, Mimi and Micheal —for peace, for comfort, for strength, for whatever you need right now.
Luv from Mayo.
Posted by Kathryna Onuoha on May 21, 2021
This is literally the hardest thing I’ve written all my life. I went through all the phases of grief from denial, to anger, sadness and two months of trying to accept you’re not here anymore. I still go to our WhatsApp chat, reading it over and over because it still feels surreal.
A kind, loving, funny man full of energy and so easy to talk to. We didn’t talk often but anytime we did, you’d make sure to know everything. So full of life, enjoyed life to the fullest and worked so hard.
Saying I miss you is an understatement but God knows best. I pray for God to comfort and give strength to the family you left behind.
REST ON MY DEAREST UNCLE.
Posted by Chioma Anokwuru on May 20, 2021
It was really heart- rending to hear about the demise of Dennis Onuoha recently. For my friend, Ngozi, his wife, I continue to pray for God's strength and the fortitude to bear this loss. For Dennis, I pray that his soul continues to rest in the bossom of the Lord. Amen
Posted by Nnamdi Iheme on May 19, 2021
My Uncle Emeka. There’s a saying, people can forget what you did for them, but they will never forget how you made them feel. That perfectly describes you, Uncle D. I felt joy whenever you were around and I always left your presence happier than when we met. My heart aches for Aunty Ngo and the kids. God knows best. My love always.
Posted by Adebola Ibitoye on May 20, 2021
Dennis, writing this tribute has been very difficult because it's coming to terms that you are no longer here with your beloved family and the wife of your youth Ngozi. You were larger than life and fondest memories of "Mayfair" would always be in our hearts. May the Lord grant your immediate and entire family members the fortitude to be this sudden loss. Adieu & RIP dear brother!
Posted by Adeola Adebiyi on May 19, 2021
I'm gutted by this news! I haven't seen him since school but when I saw the name, his face was clear in my mind instantly. He was a jovial spirit. That's what I recall about him and I guess that's why I feel so pained and saddened by this. I pray the Lord gives his family the strength to bear the loss.
Posted by Lanre Alli on May 19, 2021
Dennis,
It was a total shock on the news of your sudden demise, you were a good friend and a brother and a wonderful school mate at OAU Ile-Ife, even though we cannot see you anymore but all the wonderful memories of your friendship will remain with us, may God Almighty grant you eternal rest and admit you into His paradise.
Posted by Chikezie Okwunakwe on May 19, 2021
Even though we did not see each other again after meeting ourselves at Federal Government College, Minna (FGCM) in the 80s, the news of your death came as a shock because you were a guy that was full of life and one would never expect to hear such bad news but news of milestones that you have achieved.
I thank God for your life and the impact you left behind. May God Almighty grant your loved ones the strength that they need at this time and may your gentle soul rest in the bosom of the Lord. Amen!
Posted by Ngozi Onuoha on May 14, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY "SON" MY BABY BROTHER

My phone rang that early Wednesday morning. I was wondering this unholy hour? I was shaking I could hear my heart palpitating so loud.
"Anty mi, Emeka ti ku o". (Anty mi Emeka is dead o) that was the voice of my sister.
I thought I was going to fall down as the ground started spinning. Where, how, what went wrong? Why didn't I dream about it?
However it was real.
Emeka my "son" my child, my baby brother.

I am tearing up here. The emotions is just too much for me. I wish I didn't have to write this for you. I want to tell myself you travelled.
The 1st 2 weeks was terrible for me and my sister.
I was seeing you everywhere, I was hearing your voice seeing you and Mama as you both came to Makurdi in 1977. You lying on the bed with Mama playing with her breast even in 21Road Festac just before you left for Minna. You telling her "Maami don't tell her (me) anything o" when I hear you 2 laughing loud and I barge in.
You carrying Chibuikem when you came with Ngozi to take me home from LUTH when I had Chibuikem in your knickers and top with mid riff light blue socks. You have always been a power dresser from childhood.
Me, you and Papa going to Da Chibuzo in LEGIICO Flats so you could stay Monday to Friday with her when you transferred from Makurdi to Air Force Pry School. V.I. instead of having to leave Festac everyday at 5am to get to school.

Hmmm!!. My heart is breaking. My heart is inconsolable.
I see you going to play Basketball with my friends at Makurdi Stadium. You will wear a canvas to the Stadium and would come back barefooted to the house. It is only when you get to the house, you realise you don't have your canvas on and the next thing is
"Anty mi, bata mi da?" (Anty mi, where is my canvas).
Of course by the time we go back, those who need the canvas would have taken it.
Give Emeka 2 months he will come and ask again "anty mi bata mi da?".
When they call me your mother in Makurdi, you will be so angry. Your reactions each time made my friends tease you more "Emeka greet your Mummy". He will just do his mouth one kain with anger on his face and walk away and storm into the house to tell me to warn them o.

Emeka when Mama brought you to me in Makurdi, it was as if she knew death would take her away early.
We bonded, we shared our "little secrets". My driving lessons were with you by my side encouraging me on. When I eventually learnt how to drive and wasn't too confident to go out alone in Makurdi, you will urge me on. Anty mi, let's go. Am here. I will just look at your innocent but serious face and smile; And off we go.
We came back to Lagos you finished at Air Force then went to FGC Minna. Your 1st year and 1st term of school, you came back Never to meet our Mother.
Then Ife, Ife was a hell of a time with incessant strike. At a time when it seemed the ASUU strike was never going to end, you contemplated seriously going into business. Your business sense was second to none. As long as it is genuine and will pay, you were ready to take the risk.
You were hilarious, a very reliable friend, compassionate to a fault. No wonder people took your kindness for granted.
I look back and wished I had visited you on the Monday before your death. I had this urge but I didn't pay attention.
Maybe, Emeka just maybe.
You were my brother, my driver, my Never say no brother. Every errand was done with precision. Your love for driving was unparalleled.
I met you and your beautiful wife Ngozi Chukwurah in Ife while I was on a Federal Government sponsored programme.
"She is a girl to die for" (your exact words to me just before you brought her to meet me).
Emeka, I am telling myself you travelled. And that's how I will want it to remain.
You can be rest assured that your wife and children are in God's good hands and we your siblings will do all we can (God helping us) to make sure there's no vacuum. 
I hear your voice every day "è woo anty mi, şè fè gbò temi" (see anty mi, do you want to hear my own) that's how you and I talk and you will touch my shoulder and then laugh that your mischievous dimpled deep voice laughter.
God knows I miss you so.
Emeka, Ezigbo nwannem, Otunba, Akùnneşi Obi ike, Dennis Baba, my quick witted brother là n'udo. May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace.

Your "mum" your Anty mi.
Susan Onuoha.
Posted by Vivian Roxy on May 12, 2021
Am still in shock when I heard the devastating news that you had passed on. ,
I remember the period I stayed with your family ,it made me to know you as a hard-working and generous man.


May your gentle soul rest in peace

Anwuli Udo.
Posted by Ifeoma Onuoha on May 10, 2021
Mekus, this is so hard for me to write, I am trying to deal with your demise, the best way I can and that is by, telling myself you have travelled again to Naija but decided to stay longer. you left us too soon. I thank God you lived your life to the fullest and achieved a lot in a short time. I still hear your laughter, quite a unique one, especially when we were gathered together celebrating birthdays or Christmas, you always kept us entertained with school gists especially from Ife. I have learnt not to ask 'Why' but to pray even harder for God's strength to deal with heavy loss. Mekus you will be greatly missed, may the good Lord accept your soul, continue to rest in peace bro.
Posted by Ibrahim Shehu on May 9, 2021
Deno deno ,life is a journey and on this journey our part crossed as kids and we grew..I remember you called me early last year to check up on me and planned we will meet..hmmm here I am writing for you..memories of our youths together will remain indelible in my mind and will cherish them forever ..my story won't be complete without your name it..I miss you bro ..rest in peace..good night..adeu
Posted by ROSE EDEOGU on May 9, 2021
It still seems like a dream to me that Dennis you are truly gone. Each time I think of you, I just see your smiling face; that infectious smile. Only God knows why you left so soon. We can't question God. I surely do miss you. May Almighty God grant your soul eternal rest and let perpetual light shine upon you. Amen.
Posted by Chidi Mokeme on May 9, 2021
Dennis D-Menace,

Death must have been so jealous of you. From our days in FGCMx, you were a son that became a younger brother and friend. You were ever so boisterous, full of life. Never a dull moment with you. The LORD must have a higher purpose for you and we submit to the will of the ALMIGHTY. My condolences to your wife and kids and the rest of the family. May your soul find eternal rest.
Posted by Arthur C. Anijah-Obi on May 8, 2021
When I met Dennis we were all rambunctious kids in FGCM without a care in the world and just at the beginning of the journey to become the men we were destined to be. That's the Dennis I remember, the fun loving, stubborn, brilliant kid with a good heart. I was not fortunate to meet up with Dennis in person after FGCM but we did keep in touch via social media. My heart goes out to his wife and kids, I pray that God strengthens them, protects them and blesses them. Rest on Dennooo. You will be missed.
Posted by Pastor Lawal David on May 8, 2021
Very painful but we submit to God. May the Lord grant us all the fortitude to bear the irreplaceable loss. May the Lord grant us all long life in Jesus name Amen
Posted by Sotonye Zedomi on May 8, 2021
It's so hard for me, I didn't see this coming. It hit us by surprise.
I have known you from Fgc Minna and we met again in Ireland. Your family and mine became friends and there was no dull moment with you. Your energy, laughter and friendly disposition was endearing.
It's so sad that you were taken so unexpectedly. Your memory will never leave us. Rest in peace Dennis.
Posted by Femi Adebayo on May 6, 2021
Tribute to Dennis,

Still, remember your infectious laughter when we spoke last year. We ve been out of touch after Uni due to various reasons but we chatted on a few occasions. We caught up and spoke as if years had not passed. You were still the same ebullient self, always a kind word and positive outlook. You laugh at everything and ever with a solution to every issue. It is shocking to hear of your passing but God knows best. My prayer is for God to keep your family and be with always. Rest on bro. Godspeed.
Posted by kenneth ugwuanyi on May 6, 2021
Dennis was a great guy any day, a man of his words full of energy and compassion.

Dennis was a loving father and husband to the kids and NG.

He had a larger than life personality and he indeed touched lives.

Dennis will give you a shirt off his back he will be sorely missed.

May God grant him eternal rest and comfort Ngozi and the children.
Posted by Yvonne Mefor on May 3, 2021
You were such a devoted, caring and loving father and husband. Family meant everything to you. The children looked up to you. Ngo looked up to you. You were indeed their hero.

Only God knows why you were taken from us too soon. You had a lot to live for. You still had so so much to give. It is such a hard time understanding why but we have learnt not to question God.

You were such a jovial, social and hospitable young man. So accommodating and giving. You have left a legacy we pray your darling children will learn to follow and make you proud. You are physically not present in our lives but we know you are here with us always.

Dennis, we love you but God loves you more. May you continue to rest in peace on the Bossom of Our Lord.
Posted by Ikechukwu Agbakoba on May 3, 2021
Dennis, the news of your transition was the last thing I expected to hear. As an old friend, in-law, and neighbour, you will be missed a lot.
As I pray that God rest your soul, I also pray for Ngozi and kids. May God grant them the fortitude to bear this huge loss...
Adieu till we meet again...
Posted by CHUKWUEMEKA Nwankwo on May 2, 2021
Words cannot describe what I am feeling. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family Ngozi,
Dennis, will be missed forever and always. The beautiful moments you shared with me as a friend and brother will always speak of a great person that you were. Rest in peace up in the heaven!
May God grant peace to the deceased and extend blessings to his family. My sincere condolences for you on your great loss. You and your family would be in my thoughts and prayers. Please stay strong!
No wonder his two numbers have been going to voice mail, hard to believe RIP BRO..
IYAGA.
Posted by gregory ubigen on May 2, 2021
Hello Ngozi.
Again. So sorry for your loss.
I pray for the strength that comes from God to give you peace, now and forever (Phil 4: 6,7)
Warm hugs from us.
Posted by Lola Ogunleye on May 2, 2021
Gone too soon Dennis and will surely be greatly missed. Rest on Dennis
Posted by Babatunde Adu on May 2, 2021
It was shocking hearing the news of your departure to glory and a painful pill to swallow, knowing, that never again are we all going to see you this side of life.
You lived life to the full, and, you were always a joy to be around with; we miss you and the wife and children you left behind miss you the most.
R.I.P.P
Posted by Kelly Okolonji on May 2, 2021
O death! where is thy sting? oh Dennis! just when the swirling dust had gone up in smoke and the vital spark of heavenly bliss in love, life and family all back on track holidays all planned and suddenly cold darkness envelopes. oh dear! without even a time to say goodbye to loved ones.
I have known Dennis since our days in the university though initially from a distance but later we became friends from the common 'friends' we shared.
Dennis was the bloggers delight for the right and wrong reasons hence his name Dennis the Menace.
He is a socialite, full of energy ,ambitious and funfilled and there is never a dull moment with him. though he could be labelled 'naughty ' by some but loved by many for his sheer high spirited fun and sometimes rancous flytings .
He is caring , fiery atimes but forgiving and a jolly good fellow. 
Dennis my dear, I never knew this time will come so soon to bid farewell but 'Death be not proud for some have called thee mighty and dreadfull for thou are not so'
Rest on my friend.
Posted by roland omezi on May 2, 2021
I can't yet believe that Emeka my great brother in law has departed mother earth. The news came as a big shock to my family and I. I always remembered him as a very cheerful man. He was always available to share in my delight at different milestones of my life and never failed to offer his support one way or the other especially on my birthdays, during festivities. Emeka was perfect gentleman who was always there to put a smile on people's faces., a very honorable and respectful man. Emeka you would be missed by all who lives you have touched. I pray God grant you eternal life as you lay in the blossom of the Lord. Adieu
Posted by Musty Ahmed on May 1, 2021
Dennis the news of your death came as a rude shock to my family and myself. From my siblings and immediate family we have known you for as long as you lived. You lived a short but fulfilled life. Our heartfelt condolences to the large Onuoha family, Ngozi and the kids. May God give them and your friends the fortitude to bear your loss. Amen. We take solace in The Lord giveth, The Lord taketh!
Too many memories to share from Ebute Metta to Amsterdam, London, Dublin and Lagos. You were always full of live, focus and always on the get go.
May your Soul Rest In Peace. Amen.
Posted by Chuma Abomeli on May 1, 2021
Dennis was a bundle of energy. So full of life and charismatic. He always lit up the room with his presence. The news of his passing was a mighty shock. We will miss his energy, jokes and unique perspective on issues of life! Dennis, You left us way too soon. Rest In Peace!
Posted by Emmanuella Omoluabi on May 1, 2021
Oh Dennis, the news of your death came as a shock to us all...but God knows best... You will be greatly missed, you were always ready with a smile and gist to make everyone happy......Continue to rest in peace with our Lord Jesus.
Posted by Chuck A on May 1, 2021
Dennis the menace. I can’t help but smile every time I think about him. From Eric Morre towers in Surulere to Festac. Dennis always lit up a room with his sense of humor. You will truly be missed but never forgotten bro Rest In Power
Posted by Kate Iheme on April 30, 2021
It is sad that I have to write this tribute for my young brother-in-law who died at the prime of his life.
Emeka was a young man filled with optimism about life regardless of obstacles and challenges. Very engaging, exuberant and also reflective. Whenever he visited me he would always talk to me about his nephews and niece, wanting to know how they are doing and would also update me about his family and how they are doing. Emeka was a family man though sometimes misunderstood. Emeka was very kind and many who came in contact with him would attest to that. Always ready to give a helping hand when needed.
It is difficult to accept his untimely exit from this world but life is intriguing. I pray that the good Lord will give him peace and good rest.
To his wonderful wife, Ngozi, and the children he left behind, I say be strong and look unto the Most High for comfort.
Adieu Emeka.
From Kodi Iheme
Posted by Ngozi Onuoha on April 29, 2021
Tribute to a one of a kind brother inlaw..,

The last child in most families are always thoroughly loved by all. Emeka fitted into that picture for me. He could do no wrong. I never forget his laughter. He laughed with his eyes and his dimples prominently displayed on both sides of his face. He was hardworking, always coming up with business ventures.
Your demise was a rude shock but as Christians, we take solace in the WORD and our Lord Jesus Christ
REST IN PEACE.

Obii Onuoha
Posted by Ngozi Onuoha on April 29, 2021
Tribute to my brother, my friend, my buddy buddy...

hmmm ! hmmm !! hmmm hmmm hmmm !!! . I am not even sure what I want to put down as tribute to Emeka my late younger brother. My phone rang at about 04:43am on that fateful Wednesday morning - I was reluctant at first but when I saw the caller ID I knew it has to be some kind of emergency . My brother in-law is not the type to ordinarily call someone let alone at that hour , I immediately jumped up with my heart pounding so much so that I could feel it - he said to me “Myke Emeka is very ill”(ibo traditions does not allow for you to announce the death or passing away of people over the phone). I put myself together and asked him what exactly was the problem reminding him I was in the military where I was trained to absorb shocks . He calmly announced “Emeka is dead” , sleep cleared from eyes instantly and it was like my head exploded . I can’t even remember my actions there after but one thing I can remember is putting a call thru to my immediate younger brother . I heard a loud scream and I quickly cut the phone cos it meant I was just breaking the news to him , I was thinking they(my siblings in Lagos)would have heard cos I was out of town. Emeka you were not just my brother you were my buddy buddy , we had so much going on together , you were full of life , fun to be with and a wonderful companion in difficult situations . you had this loud sonorous laugh that was just you , I am yet to come to grips that you are no more . MEKUS you were the baby of the family so it HURTS REAL DEEP that we your older siblings are writing your eulogy . we can’t question God’s way of doing things so too can’t we ask “WHY YOU” He gives and He recalls at His will . one is that I , like rest of us will miss you and yes I might not know it all but one thing I know for sure is we love you but God loves you more
MEKUS MY BELOVED BROTHER , YOU WORKED SO HARD IN YOUR SHORT STAY HERE ON EARTH so now it’s time to rest
REST IN PEACE
Sincerely now always and forever,

“Mr Myke”
Posted by Kate Iheme on April 29, 2021
Emeka nwannem
I am short of words. I don’t even know where to start from. My heart is very heavy. It’s sooooo difficult for me to write this tribute. Very difficult. But I have to, to let the world know that I lost a very dear brother, that was always full of life and loved living life to the fullest, always laughing and energetic. A brother that was very hard working, full of business ideas and can do any honest job or business no matter how small, just to earn a living.
The news of your death on that early morning of the fateful day was like a bombshell. It hit me very badly. I am still in shock and praying that God will help me recover from the shock.
I have been asking myself many questions. What happened? What went wrong? Where and how did we miss it? And I have not been able to answer those questions. 
I am just consoling myself with the fact that God knows everything and nothing happens without His knowledge. He knows best and i believe you are in a better place in His bosom
We will miss you a lot Emeka. Don’t worry, we your siblings will always be there for your wife, Ngo whom I know you loved very dearly and your children, Mimi and Micheal, as usual.
Goodnight Emeka my dear brother. I pray that your soul will rest in perfect peace. Amen
Your dear sister
Ngozi Iheme

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Posted by Adedeji Alabi on May 28, 2021
Dennis, wetin happen???

Omo Nna, ki lo se le?

How come?

Ehm, I am lost for words!!!!
Took forever to sink in, that you have left this wicked world!

I kept dialling your mobile, even after speaking to aunty Susan and Ngozi!
Slowly, it began to dawn on me that you are truly gone! Chuckwuemeka!!!
My dear friend, my childhood friend.
Partner in the good, the bad, and the ugly!!! We have been through it all!
My pilot, always showing and clearing the routes ahead for me while we were both growing up!
My translator (Dennis spoke Yoruba, Igbo, and Hausa, to mention a few).
Easy going and dependable!!! Omo, no worries, always assuring me!!!

Great, you were!!! Totally Irreplaceable!!!

Your smiles continue to warm my heart, always to be remembered!!!!!

Who was Dennis? Dennis was Dennis! True Wazobia!

A truly reliable friend who would stand by you through thick and thin.
Caring and Generous, always dedicating his time and support.

"Whoever renders service to many puts himself in line for greatness--great wealth, great return, great satisfaction, a great reputation, and great joy." --Jim Rohn
Dennis, you were and always will be Great!!!

Your words of reassurance will never be forgotten!!!
Full of life, loving the good life.

"In the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years." - Abraham Lincoln
Omo Nna, the life in your years counted the biggest time!!!

You came, you saw, you conquered! Amoye!!!

Your Life was too short, but you made every second count!!!

“Deji Nna, stop talking and start acting” Dennis would say to me always.

Anyi ga hugi naya ogenile

The Lord giveth, and the Lord taketh.
Lord knows best.

May the Lord grant all your family members and friends the strength to bear this loss, Amen.

Emeka, till we meet again, to part no more.

Sun re o!!!!!!!!!


Deji

Posted by chukwudi chima on May 26, 2021
I am still short of words on what to say. Dennis the Menace, Your death came as a shock, we hadn't seen each other in a long while, I still do remember our last phone conversation many years back... Dennis, the ever astute businessman, always thinking ahead, seeing opportunities.. full of life, smiling, always positive. You will be surely missed, God knows why things happen this way. May your Soul rest in Peace and may God bless and protect the family you left behind. May God keep blessing you. Rest in Peace Brother...
Posted by Nnajiofor Anyaegbunam on May 26, 2021
Words fail me at this sad , sad time. What a great shock. Dennis the menace as we fondly called the love of Ngozi's life as we played video games back in the day at Eric Moore towers. Wish there was more time, but hey life is life. 2 coins for the boatman my dear brother Dennis and convey my greetings those that went before.
his Life
Chukwuemeka Dennis Onuoha popularly known as D-menace/Otunba Dee. He was the last born of the family of 8 siblings. He attended Federal Government College Minna and also graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU) Ile-Ife. He got married in January 2002 and was blessed as a father to 2 wonderful children.

 He was until his death a loving son, father, brother, uncle, confidant and friend. He was a fun loving, vocal extrovert. Quick to anger and yet quick to admit his fault and show remorse. He was the light of every gathering and his sense of humour was next to none. He was known for his generosity and kindness. You only needed to meet him once for him to leave a memorable impression; he had that impact on people. Dennis' love for life was contagious and he left when the ovation was loudest. God called and he answered on 27th January 2021.

“We refuse to say goodbye, but rather will say see you on the other side, as you will always be fondly remembered by all your loved ones and family”.

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Shared by Oladapo Fasogbon on May 2, 2021
I met Bros.Dennis in 2004 just when I started my life hustle. I had an adopted father, his brother ( Bruce) before he came to Nigeria on vacation. So when we met, he became my new adopted dad and Bros. Bruce wouldn't take it lightly with both of us ( laughs).

He taught me a lot about things as a young man. I always ran to him for money to do things i couldn't tell him. There was never a no from him to me. So generous to me while he laughs and tells me that in his words" YOU ARE MY BAD SON, DAPO.He scolded me when I had to be scolded too. A good man he was. Im not his biological brother but he was a brother to me. I heard of his passing and life momentarily stood still for me. Why is it that good people departs this world earlier than the ones that aren't good?  

Bros.Dennis, my adopted dad,  It's so painful to lose you. I'm pained but nobody can question God. 

Rest well bro. Will miss you.