ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Emmanuel Nzekwesi, 63 years old, born on December 17, 1956, and passed away on December 13, 2020. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Don Nzekwesi on April 25, 2021
Emma am still in shock as to what happened. You were full of life and happiness. We loved u so much but God love u more. Sing and dance with the Angels till we meet again.
I missed you alot
Don
Posted by Dr Aaron A. R NWABUDE on April 24, 2021
MEMORABLE TRIBUTE for EMMANUEL NZEKWESI< NWOKEA< MMILI-NA-ALI UGWU1 in ACHALLA

Chaii !!!: Ife emeee!!!
How do I start, and what do I say about a brother, a friend and an associate?

Nwokea ----, as we call ourselves;
World5 ----, as he was sometimes called by friends;
Mmili-na-ali-ugwu1 of Achalla ----, as he was sometimes called by friends; 
Gentle giant ----, as he was sometimes called by friends.
And a host of others I could not recollect now.

- Nwokea, both of us are/were the products of the School of Agriculture, Michael Okpara University, Umudike Umuahia. While I left for further studies at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, you stayed on at the Research Institute (NRCRI) from where you later moved on to Anambra State Ministry of Agriculture, Awka.
- Again, while in the UK, I usually visited Nigeria and we always stayed and had a few fun time and memories together in Lagos. It was in one of my visits that you intimated me about yor plans to come over to the Europe – Italy precisely, where your wife and family used to reside. I gave a few advice and you later landed at Italy from where you and your family moved to Netherlands.
- I visited Netherlands twice on my holidays and during one of my visits, I had the opportunity of staying with them for two nights. They looked after me and while I was going back to England, the wife made me a sandwich to go with.
- As fate may have it, Nwokea phone me to say he was planning to come over to London, to live. He later arrived in London and stayed with me while I made arrangements for him to stay with one of our brothers for a short period of time until he organised himself. He was a regular visitor at the University of East London where I teach and we went to seminars and other few places of interests.
- Nwokea had a good time in London, he was a bundle of laughs and jokes who passionately enjoyed social events with a few pints. He was big and enjoyed big, a soft-spoken idol, a bundle of joy to be with, would never hurt a fly / anybody and suddenly he was gone.
- Nwokea, you have left a very big hole in the hearts of the very people you earnestly loved: your family – wife and children, your brothers, sisters, cousins, nephews, friends and foes. Nwokea, why have you done this irreparable injustice to all these people.
- Nwokea, although, you have gone, your legacy, laughter, good-natured, and friendliness lingers on thus, will be remembered always. The people you left will miss your physical being but not you as a member of the family of Nzekwesi in Achalla.
- We accept that death is an irreparably an invisible journey to an invisible destination, so we pray GOD ALMIGHTY to receive your precious soul.

NWOKEA, jee nke – oma, Chukwu nonyelu gi, ma narakwa mkpuru obi gi na ndokwa.

Dr Aaron A.R Nwabude
London, England. 
Posted by Florence Morah on April 10, 2021
Dear cousin,
its with a deep sense of loss we mourn your unexpected passing unto the great beyond.
Your departure left all us in sorrow.
I believe if you could, you would have stopped this sudden and untimely event.
Your care , giving and great encouragements and desire to perfect every thing and everyone around you cannot be replaced.
Your politeness, wisdom and kind words were gifts anyone who knows you would remember.
I thank God Almighty for giving you to us, and oh how you enriched our lives. We are grateful to have known you, and you will be greatly missed. ❤  ✨  ❤  ✨  ❤  .

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Posted by Don Nzekwesi on April 25, 2021
Emma am still in shock as to what happened. You were full of life and happiness. We loved u so much but God love u more. Sing and dance with the Angels till we meet again.
I missed you alot
Don
Posted by Dr Aaron A. R NWABUDE on April 24, 2021
MEMORABLE TRIBUTE for EMMANUEL NZEKWESI< NWOKEA< MMILI-NA-ALI UGWU1 in ACHALLA

Chaii !!!: Ife emeee!!!
How do I start, and what do I say about a brother, a friend and an associate?

Nwokea ----, as we call ourselves;
World5 ----, as he was sometimes called by friends;
Mmili-na-ali-ugwu1 of Achalla ----, as he was sometimes called by friends; 
Gentle giant ----, as he was sometimes called by friends.
And a host of others I could not recollect now.

- Nwokea, both of us are/were the products of the School of Agriculture, Michael Okpara University, Umudike Umuahia. While I left for further studies at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, you stayed on at the Research Institute (NRCRI) from where you later moved on to Anambra State Ministry of Agriculture, Awka.
- Again, while in the UK, I usually visited Nigeria and we always stayed and had a few fun time and memories together in Lagos. It was in one of my visits that you intimated me about yor plans to come over to the Europe – Italy precisely, where your wife and family used to reside. I gave a few advice and you later landed at Italy from where you and your family moved to Netherlands.
- I visited Netherlands twice on my holidays and during one of my visits, I had the opportunity of staying with them for two nights. They looked after me and while I was going back to England, the wife made me a sandwich to go with.
- As fate may have it, Nwokea phone me to say he was planning to come over to London, to live. He later arrived in London and stayed with me while I made arrangements for him to stay with one of our brothers for a short period of time until he organised himself. He was a regular visitor at the University of East London where I teach and we went to seminars and other few places of interests.
- Nwokea had a good time in London, he was a bundle of laughs and jokes who passionately enjoyed social events with a few pints. He was big and enjoyed big, a soft-spoken idol, a bundle of joy to be with, would never hurt a fly / anybody and suddenly he was gone.
- Nwokea, you have left a very big hole in the hearts of the very people you earnestly loved: your family – wife and children, your brothers, sisters, cousins, nephews, friends and foes. Nwokea, why have you done this irreparable injustice to all these people.
- Nwokea, although, you have gone, your legacy, laughter, good-natured, and friendliness lingers on thus, will be remembered always. The people you left will miss your physical being but not you as a member of the family of Nzekwesi in Achalla.
- We accept that death is an irreparably an invisible journey to an invisible destination, so we pray GOD ALMIGHTY to receive your precious soul.

NWOKEA, jee nke – oma, Chukwu nonyelu gi, ma narakwa mkpuru obi gi na ndokwa.

Dr Aaron A.R Nwabude
London, England. 
Posted by Florence Morah on April 10, 2021
Dear cousin,
its with a deep sense of loss we mourn your unexpected passing unto the great beyond.
Your departure left all us in sorrow.
I believe if you could, you would have stopped this sudden and untimely event.
Your care , giving and great encouragements and desire to perfect every thing and everyone around you cannot be replaced.
Your politeness, wisdom and kind words were gifts anyone who knows you would remember.
I thank God Almighty for giving you to us, and oh how you enriched our lives. We are grateful to have known you, and you will be greatly missed. ❤  ✨  ❤  ✨  ❤  .
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Shared by Florence Morah on April 18, 2021
Your brother DD did you noble and the rest of your siblings,cousins and relations were all in tears and very sorrowful as we painfully celebrated your life.

Your wife and children were devastated and mourned deeply. Nothing could have prepared anyone of this unexpected turn of events that we are all forced to say g o o d b y e , really, really !!
My prayer is that something something good will come out of this tragedy. 
Our hearts go out for all the many children who missed to meet and call you uncle or even grand father! I am not able to describe how your boys and beautiful Achalla-ugo are coping with this loss.
May the good Lord work some miracle to receive comfort and heal from the pain in our ❤s
Amen ✨ ❤.