Let the memory of Cyprian be with us forever... Amen.
  • 65 years old
  • Born on October 6, 1947 in Umunumo, Ehime Mbano, Imo State, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on June 4, 2013 in Houston, Texas, United States.

With a heavy heart but with a total acceptance of God's will, the C.O. Agim family announces the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and friend, Chief Cyprian O. Agim, KSC, of Umunumo, Ehime Mbano, Imo State, Nigeria.

He is survived by -

Barr. (Mrs) Ngozi M. Agim 

Dr. Nnenna Agim
Kelechi Agim 
Zimuzo Agim 
Ezenwanyi "Onyema" Agim

Oluwafemi Okusami 
LaDarren Chizer
Kingston Madumelu

Oluwatobiloba "Tobi" Okusami 
Oluwakayodeji "Kayo" Okusami 

"We graciously invite you to come, remember, and celebrate the life of our Father, Husband and friend. Accepting that he is no longer physically with us is the hardest thing to deal with, but we believe God loves him more, and has called him to rest." 

We will remember him forever.

Memorial gifts can be sent to - 

The C.O. Agim Family, 
8409 Wednesbury Ln.
Houston, TX 77074

Monetary gifts (checks) should be made out to:

"Onyema Agim" at the address above


using the Wepay link found below:

Contribution to the Agim Family 

Thank you all for the love and support you are showing the C. O AGIM family at this difficult time.

SERVICE OF SONGS will be held on July 8th from 5-7pm at Church of Nativity, Parkview, Ikoyi, Lagos.

For further information contact:

Uchechi Nworah - 08059058111(Nigeria)

Adanma Echeruo - 08164483596 (Nigeria)
Ezinne Uba - (201)757 -8066

Ngozi Emihe - (346)613-0980
Tracy Uba - (510)717-4995

Committee of Friends


Posted by K Agim on 17th June 2017
Some days are more difficult than others. As I look at life today, I wish you were here to be the leader you always were. I miss you dearly. You are forever in my heart.
Posted by K Agim on 6th June 2016
Still miss you dearly, Daddy. Only God knows why you left so soon. I constantly wish Kamji got to meet you because you were the best Grandpa ever. We love you and trust that you are chilling in heaven with your parents and Big Daddy. Thank you, God for the life my Dad lived.
Posted by Adewusi Timothy on 10th July 2014
Never met you Chief, but I met your wife and daughters and understood the life you lived! May God grant your soul eternal rest sir.
Posted by CHICHI AGIM on 12th June 2014
We miss you Uncle CY, we do. I can not believe it is 1yr now since you went to be with the Lord. I know we will see you on the last day. I remember you every day, God knows best. My prayers goes to your wife and children
Posted by Gerald Akubue on 3rd April 2014
Though I have never met you before sir, I am glad someone like you came through this world because of the lives you touched and which I feel. RIP. In our minds para siempre.
Posted by Bruce Walker on 15th March 2014
I only learned this morning of the passing of your loved one. He was President of AIESEC-Nigeria when I was working in the international office. Seems like he went by "CY" at the time. I was privileged to visit he and other members of AIESEC at the universities of Lagos and Ibadan. He was a gracious host and a very hard worker in the organization. I saw his strength of leadership and convictions even as a young man. My heart is saddened for your loss and I so wish I had known he was so close geographically. I am blessed to have known Cyprian Agim.
Posted by Ada Ohabuike-Okorie on 19th August 2013
Really sad to hear about your Dad's passing on Nnenna (Classmate from FGGC Ow). May God comfort you and your family;And may he also remind us that one day,we shall all see God and therefore must be prepared at all times. May God preserve you all and give you the grace to bear this loss.
Posted by Charles Osuagwu on 4th August 2013
No Doubt He Lived an examplary Life and bequitted Godly virtures to his Children. May his Kind and Gentle Soul continue to rest in the shoulders of the Lord!
Posted by Nonye Chidomere on 20th July 2013
Continue to rest in peace dear Uncle CY.We miss you and bless God for giving you to us...Adieu Uncle....
Posted by Eugene Dr. Arinze on 18th July 2013
Can somebody just wake me up & tell me it's NOT TRUE!!!...Why on earth do the good ones go first?..Chief was in my village for my late Dad's burial in Obgunike...May the good Lord CONSOLE those you left behind in Jesus' mighty name-Amen!
Posted by Eugene Dr. Arinze on 18th July 2013
Can somebody please wake me up and tell me it's NOT TRUE!!!Why on earth do the good ones GO first???Chief was in my village during my late father's burial in Ogbunike....May the good Lord console those you left behind in Jesus 'mighty name--Amen!
Posted by Ighojovbe Oghenekaro on 12th July 2013
Life they say is transient. I am still in shock that “Double Chief” is no more. The day before the news of your demise, while searching through some documents, I found a very lovely photograph from your daughter’s traditional marriage in Umunumo. As I looked at the photograph, it reminded me of the last telephone conversation I had with you and I thought: I should call Double Chief because it has
Posted by Kingsley Ifechukwude on 9th July 2013
My heart goes to the entire Agim family. Though I didn't meet Chief Agim, I have heard a lot of kind words about him from family and friends; attributes I found in Zimuzo. May God bless and strengthen his family throughout this time.
Posted by Enerel Batbayar on 8th July 2013
I am Zimuzo's friend and I knew Mr. Agim was a good man even though I never met Mr. Agim personally because the way he raised his daughter. Zimuzo was loved, cared and well taught. We need more fathers like him. May he rest in peace and may Lord make him an example to all of parents. Sincerely, Enerel Batbayar
Posted by Culbert Chuks Okebaram on 4th July 2013
In every situation we give God all the glory. It is very sad to lost a man of honour at this hard time, the death of CHIEF (SIR) C. Y AGIM is a shocking one that has created a big vacuum in the entire world. The entire family of VINCENT C. OKEBARAM-UKAH console the entire family. We miss him, but God knows the best, Adieu. R.I.P
Posted by Leo Brown on 4th July 2013
(John 5:28, 29) Do not marvel at this, because the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out, those who did good things to a resurrection of life, those who practiced vile things to a resurrection of judgment.
Posted by Tunde Kehinde on 25th June 2013
Daddy went away too soon, but we take solace in the fact that he is in a better place. May his soul rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Chiamaka Chijioke-Nwosu on 25th June 2013
My condolence to the 'Agims'. May you experience the Holy Spirit's comfort at this time. May God give you all the strength to go through this. My thoughts and prayers are with you .
Posted by Eno Udoh on 25th June 2013
My sincere condolences to the Agim Family. May Chief Agim continue to rest in perfect peace! Your family continues to be in my prayers! Please continue to make him proud, he is watching over you all!! God Bless!!
Posted by Nicholas Duru on 25th June 2013
Ugwumba Umunumo!! What pains your death brought to Ngozi and your children in particular and Umunumo in general !!! We are confused and devastated but not defeated by the cold hands of death. We love you but God loves you most hence He called you to rest in His bossom. May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace Amen. Chief Nich. E.J.Duru and family
Posted by Opara Damian on 21st June 2013
So sory for your loss,we pray that the good lord will give you the strength to bear this loss,Chief C.O.Agim (ksc) may your soul rest in peace Amen. Mr,DAMIAN IYIBURU.
Posted by Anastasia Macarthy on 20th June 2013
My Friend, may the Almighty God continue to guide, guard, you and your entire family. Let us continue to celebrate his life. May the Lord continue to strengthen your entire family. May his soul rest in peace. You are always in our prayers.
Posted by Stella Okoroafor on 18th June 2013
ugwumba,ur demise remains a puzzle to me,it was unbelievable to hear that u have passed away,though death is a necessary end and will come when it will come,we will dearly miss you,may ur soul rest in peace.Chidi,Stella.Clinton,Michael Okoroafor.
Posted by Lilian Ogbonnaya on 18th June 2013
KC, Zim, Eze & the entire family of Chief Sir CY Agim please take heart! May The Good Lord guide & protect you all especially at this difficult moment. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace Amen! He touch so many lifes. I believe with people's prayer Our God will grant him internal rest in Jesus Name Amen!
Posted by Chukwuemeka Eluu on 17th June 2013
May the soul of our departed brother, Chief. AGIM C O (Please), rest in perfect peace in Heaven. Our hearts go out to the family he left behind as they go through grief and mourning for the loss of their father. May the Lord wipe away your tears and give you the strength to bear this loss. Eluu C T (Niger House 1985 – 1990)
Posted by Dr. & Mrs Ben Anyaegbu on 17th June 2013
Your loved one touched many hearts and lives. It is hard to imagine the world without him but easy to imagine heaven rejoicing because he is there. We thank God for his life while praying for the family at this difficult time...It is well.
Posted by Chux Okoroafor on 17th June 2013
With great shock and heavy heart the entire family of Late Sir KN Okoroafor join the whole world in sadness for the passing of our beloved Uncle, brother, husband, father, statesman. We are still dazed. we ask God to please console us. A vacuum is created that is difficult to replace. God please console the entire Agim family and those he left behind, his lovely wife daughters grand kids.
Posted by Steven O on 17th June 2013
We are not utterly broken by death but reminded of our daily existence to love. May daddy's soul rest in peace. May his wife, beloved daughters, and extended family be comforted by the King of kings.
Posted by CAROLE MADUME on 17th June 2013
De Cy, i did not believe that barely 2yrs after my Dad passed on I will be writing your tribute. its unbelievable that you are no more. My mum is heart broken. The children of Sir K.N OKOROAFOR cant believe you are no more .May the God of all comfort , strenghten and console all of us. De Cy, rest in peace
Posted by Okechukwu Onyemaobi on 16th June 2013
I knew C Y Agim in Afikpo. His death is shocking but thank God he did his best on this earth. May God console the family. Bye and sleep to meet on the resurrection morning Prof okechukwu Onyemaobi
Posted by Ugo Azubuike on 15th June 2013
My heart goes out to your entire family at this time. May God comfort and strengthen y'all and grant you the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss. May the soul of your dad rest in perfect peace in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Eliane Kalukuta on 15th June 2013
My dear Eze, may the Lord continue to console and strengthen you. I will keep on praying for you, Zimuzo, KC and especially for your mother. Your dad went back to our father in heaven. Remember, God doesn't "take" anyone away. He calls them home. They were HIS before ours. We just borrowed them. He is in a better place and at peace. Stay strong and we are here for you. Bisous ma cherie
Posted by Okechukwu Iwuoha on 15th June 2013
Posted by Uche Mbah on 14th June 2013
May the LORD give this family the fortitude to bear this tremendous loss.Kay,Nnenna,Eze nd Zimuzo,let the strength of the LORD be with you now more than ever.AMEN.REST IN PEACE,SIR.
Posted by Onyi Orji on 13th June 2013
Bro CY as we fondly call you, its like a dream and yet its real, youve gone to rest in the bossom of your maker and we can only but give thanks to God for a life well spent. we sure miss you. Aunty, Nnenna, KC, Zimuzo and Eze, I pray for God's grace and strength at this time. Accept my sympathy.
Posted by Nonye Chidomere on 13th June 2013
What can I say,been a devastating 1 week plus dear Uncle CY...God knows best.You came, you lived, you conquered.We celebrate your life and legacy...Its like a never ending horror movie but we stand in the midst of the pain.We know that all things are working for our good..Romans 8 v28.We also trust God,John 14 v 1...Knowing you were a fellow man utd fan hurts even more...Adieu......
Posted by UZOMA DURU on 13th June 2013
Posted by Chiazoka Omenukor on 13th June 2013
God be with your family at this difficult time. Please accept our deepest condolences. We will continue to keep you in prayers. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Much love. Jen and Uche
Posted by Ebere Ohaegbu on 12th June 2013
You lived a life worthy of emulation, May God give your family the fortitude to bear the loss. My condolences.
Posted by FRANCIS PATUREH UWAGBANJO on 12th June 2013
Oke osisi Numo! May your gentle soul rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Uju Chikelue on 12th June 2013
Daddy Agim, thank you for the wonderful legacy you left behind through your beautiful family. God bless you for Zimuzo, an extraordinary woman. Now, we celebrate your arrival in heaven - Rest in Peace! To the Agims, let the Holy Spirit fill every void and heal every hurt. I will continue to pray for strength for you all. We love you.
Posted by Okey Anumnu on 11th June 2013
Kaycee, my heart was filled with sadness the night you told me of your dad's sudden death. I cannot imagine the pain you're going through right now but I want to let you know that my loving thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. I pray that the good Lord will give you and the entire family comfort and courage to bear the loss of your dad and accept what reasons cannot explain.
Posted by Ofonime INokon on 11th June 2013
May your dad's soul rest in perfect peace. I am deeply sorry for your loss and I pray that God will comfort and strengthen you all during this difficult time. You are in my prayers.
Posted by Onyinye Kabiri Ozoji on 11th June 2013
Most High,glorious God. Lighten the darkness of our heart and grant us lord, a correct faith and a certain hope. We know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him and who have been called according to his purpose. You have called your son for a greater purpose. Nnenna, Kacie, Zimuzo and Eze, your Dad was and will always be a great man. Rest in Peace Papa G
Posted by Florence Woko on 11th June 2013
It's hard to believe CY as we popularly know him is no more. Since this is God's will, may He console his family, relatives and friends. CY ADIEU ! REST IN PEACE!
Posted by Florence Woko on 11th June 2013
Ngozi and children, please stay strong.
Posted by Nonye Ukoha on 10th June 2013
My dear Kaycee, words cannot express how sorry I am for your loss. But be consoled with the knowledge that your Dad is in a better place. May God grant your family the grace to bear this irreparable loss.
Posted by Uche Efuribe on 10th June 2013
May Our Lord grant you and your family the strength to bear, comfort you all and give you peace this period and always.
Posted by Ifeanyi Ukoha on 10th June 2013
He lives on, in the hearts of those whose lives he has touched, for in reality we are spiritual beings on a physical journey through earth. Thankfully, the spirit of his goodwill has lit a candle of goodness in many hearts. May his soul rest in peace!
Posted by Ekene Nzerem on 10th June 2013
I didn't know your daddy personally but i knew he was a great man,who indeed lived for his family..I got to know this through Nnenna and Kelechi who where then my school mates in FGGC Owerri,they were happy,responsible,smart and always spoke fondly of their daddy...I was secretly proud of him too for being there for you girls..,it is indeed a great loss..take heart my beautiful people..

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