ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, George Nandi 40 years old , born on December 21, 1978 and passed away on February 9, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Dolphine Opara on February 18, 2019
Fare thee well uncle. So many memories. The disciplinarian uncle. You always were very protective of us growing up. You fought our battles. I also remember how cheeky you were. During blackout you and your pals would hide in the Calverts to scare motorists, one day you tried the usual stunt not knowing dad was the motorist....haha let's just say 'uliona cha mtema kuni'. That day in-law business haikuwa...hahaa it was serious then but today it's such a crazy joke. As we struggled to get you treatment we actually felt we shall meet ,sit n laugh about all this n more,but God understands why.

Leave a Tribute

 
Recent Tributes
Posted by Dolphine Opara on February 18, 2019
Fare thee well uncle. So many memories. The disciplinarian uncle. You always were very protective of us growing up. You fought our battles. I also remember how cheeky you were. During blackout you and your pals would hide in the Calverts to scare motorists, one day you tried the usual stunt not knowing dad was the motorist....haha let's just say 'uliona cha mtema kuni'. That day in-law business haikuwa...hahaa it was serious then but today it's such a crazy joke. As we struggled to get you treatment we actually felt we shall meet ,sit n laugh about all this n more,but God understands why.
his Life

George, a father, uncle, nephew and Friend!

The late George was a brother, father, uncle, nephew and friend. Those that knew him appreciated his pure heart and simplicity in life and contagious smile. 

Until his demise, George worked as a private consultant in Tanzania and was survived by his wife and one son and one daughter.

Recent stories

Keep your head ringing

Shared by Sharon Aseka on February 18, 2019

uncle G, I'll never forget how you'd make me sit with you and your friends and make me braid your hair.... I used to wonder but also loved it, thought you were the coolest uncle...and you'd blast that boomtwaf up with Dr. Dre jams, I remember you'd tell me "Sharon, say Ding Ding Dong Ding Ding Ding Dong, yeah keep your head ringing! "....oooooh uncle G, I was really looking forward to seeing you again and give you all the mad stories.... I'll miss you Uncle G....