ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Elizabeth Nwakaego Oputah
Posted by Okopi Momoh on May 7, 2021
Lizzy, your sudden, unexpected and most unwanted departure taught me many lessons about the transciency and the hard to explain mistry of life. I am sure if God were to explain the reasons for your sudden departure from this sinful world, I would agree with Him. May your gentle soul continue to rest peacefully in eternity.
Engr. Dr. Okopi Alex Momoh
Posted by Ohanusi Ifeyinwa Violet on May 6, 2021
The whole world came crashing down...when I got a call that you left this world.
Lizzy is so heartbroken.
"No one else looked like her or was so original in the way she did her things.
"No one I know ever had better sense of self."
Gone... yet not forgotten.
Posted by Ken Albert on May 5, 2021
I know you are in a better place of no struggle,no pain,and at Peace. You will forever be in my heart and that of my family. I love you always Lizzy Liz..
Posted by Ohigbano Alechenu on May 4, 2021
You were life of every party But you left too soon .such a beauty inside/out
You will be missed
Rest on darling you.
Posted by Kioba Oruambo on May 4, 2021
My dear “Lizzy k” as I always called you.
I am still astonished that you are being referred to as ‘late’ . You were soft spoken and always smiling.
We all miss you and will never forget you.
Continue to rest in the bossom of the lord
Posted by Leon Adole on May 4, 2021
Lizzy a sister and friend.... Still can't believe you're gone... a rare kind hearted gem amongst a million! ...gentle soul with a kind heart. ...an angel in the heavens!...rest on Engr.Lizzy we miss you loads!
Posted by Jovita Nzeduru on May 4, 2021
Lizy dear, you came like a flash in my life. Just as I was about to enjoy your sweetness you vanished. I have been trying hard to console your beloved sister, Theodora but it has not been easy. I just pray that you find peace in the Lord. Do not forget Theo. She is heart broken but I am sure God will heal her divinely. Rest on my dear till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Emeka Ibeh on May 3, 2021
Rest on Jehovah's blossom. We miss you dearly.
Posted by Theodora Oputah on May 3, 2021
Omalicha nwannem. With a heavy heart I bid you farewell till we meet on the last day. You memory will remain forever in my heart.
Posted by Adaeze vienney Oputah on May 3, 2021
I still miss you! a special sister and friend. You may have found perfect rest, peace and joy before me; but am coming!

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Posted by Okopi Momoh on May 7, 2021
Lizzy, your sudden, unexpected and most unwanted departure taught me many lessons about the transciency and the hard to explain mistry of life. I am sure if God were to explain the reasons for your sudden departure from this sinful world, I would agree with Him. May your gentle soul continue to rest peacefully in eternity.
Engr. Dr. Okopi Alex Momoh
Posted by Ohanusi Ifeyinwa Violet on May 6, 2021
The whole world came crashing down...when I got a call that you left this world.
Lizzy is so heartbroken.
"No one else looked like her or was so original in the way she did her things.
"No one I know ever had better sense of self."
Gone... yet not forgotten.
Posted by Ken Albert on May 5, 2021
I know you are in a better place of no struggle,no pain,and at Peace. You will forever be in my heart and that of my family. I love you always Lizzy Liz..
her Life

Brief biography of Nwakaego

Elizabeth was born on the 13th of December, 1973. 

Her life was that of a humble beginning. meekness was a virtue that God clothed with her and she persevered through her career goals and saw reasonablesuccess. 

As the third child amongst nine siblings, Nwakaego desired hard and worked towards the success of everyone. 

 A caring voice in difficult times, a cheering friend at good times and a true friend indeed. 

She found her life theme from the scripture in
Hebrews 11:25 “He chose to be mistreated along with the people of God rather than to enjoy the fleeting pleasures of sin.“ 

Honoring God’s word (2 Cor. 6:14) in her relationship was more important that fulfilling her life goal of having a child as her name - Nwakaego denotes. 

She lived to honor God the way she knew best and the Lord is pleased to have her home. 

Precious in the sight of the LORD is the death of his faithful servants. Psalm 116:15
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My lovely sister.

Shared by Theodora Oputah on May 3, 2021
Nwakaego you passed on so early in life, at the peak of your life. The grief is very deep but we dont know why God took you away so early. Rest in peace my beloved sister.