Let the memory of Hon. Justice Emmanuel be with us forever
  • 84 years old
  • Born on August 28, 1928 in Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on October 6, 2012 in Ikom, Cross River State, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Hon. Justice Emmanuel Ndoma-Egba OFR JCA (rtd), 84, born on August 28, 1928 and passed away on October 6, 2012. We will remember him forever.

Condolence Visits:

Visit 1:
Court of Appeal Chief Judge and members pay a condolence visit to the Bereaved Ndome-Egba's family at the residence of Professor Rowland Ndoma-Egba where other family members were also present in the meeting. 

(Click to watch) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1e1EqCVh7A4&feature=youtu.be 

Visit 2:

Men's christian association, Hope Waddell Parish, Calabar

(Click to watch) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DMw-Ef29zs&feature=youtu.be 


FRCS, FWACS, FICS, FIMC, F&D (MAS) Cert. (Endosc.)


Consultant Surgeon, University of Calabar Teaching Hospital - Calabar

P.O.Box 1896 - Calabar 


(Legend Beyond His Times)


Further to our earlier announcement of the transition into glory of our Father, grandfather and great grandfather and patriach of the Ndoma-Egba, Egba Eta Egajum and Ararom families, on behalf of the families, I announce his burial plans as follows:- 

Sunday, February 17, 2013
                                                                       -         Opening of the mourning houses in Akparabong, Ikom and Calabar, Cross River State. 

Wednesday 20, February, 2013             -          Visitations by families, kindred groups, organisation and functionaries

Thursday 21, February, 2013
                 -           Night of Tributes, Cultural Centre, Calabar

Friday 22 February, 2013
                        -           Valedictory Court Session, Court of Appeal, Calabar Brief Lying-in-State at his residence, Bassey Ndoma-Egba Hills, Ikom.

Saturday 23 February, 2013
                  -           Funeral Church Service and Interment at 'ITHACA' Nkpanjen - Akparabong, Ikom LGA, Cross River State.

Sunday 24th February, 2013
                 -           Thanksgiving Service, Presbyterian Church, Akparabong Ikom.

Prof. Rowland Ndoma-Egba


Ndoma-Egba, Egba Eta, Egajum and Ararom families


**Victor: +2348033141877. Rowland: +2348033244687. Etta +2348064356544. OJ: +2348033380626. Knut: +2348054455555


Posted by Priscilla St. Leger on 9th September 2016
Teacher Takon Happy Anniversary. I know you are in a good place because you were a good man. Remember at one get together in London when the host asked us all if we played any musical instruments and Pius said he played the Grammar phone. These are what memories are made off. RIP Amba St. Leger UK
Posted by Priscilla St. Leger on 25th October 2015
Those who's lives you touched are still struggling to come to terms with life on earth without you. The vacuum is 'unifiable'. Thinking of you always. Amba St. Leger (Egiga)
Posted by Chigozie Nwagbara on 4th February 2013
With due respect, I say Rest in Perfect Peace. May the Angels in Heaven welcome you. Amen!
Posted by Danni Erim on 7th December 2012
Daddy, your sudden departure from this world left a huge void in our hearts, but we take comfort in the knowledge that you are in the bosom of Father Abraham. There are so many memories we share, and there's still room for so much more, but alas, the Lord had other plans. Adieu daddy. Rest in peace.
Posted by Priscilla St. Leger on 26th October 2012
My dear brother E.T.(Teacher Takon) I have tried hard to find apt words to describe you and what you meant to me and many others who's lives you touched. Yours was a 'midas touch', maybe not everything you touched turned literally into gold but you certainly touched the hearts of all who came into your life. A man of unending generosity and solid moral judgement.Tita we salute you. Epue X
Posted by Kanu Ambunde on 25th October 2012
'Mi Lord' as he was fondly called, your jokes left everyone cracking their ribs. Rest in peace 'The Strong One'.
Posted by Chimeremeze Emeh on 13th October 2012
Late Justice Ndoma-Egba, your legacy will ever remain indelible in the hearts of those who know u well. Rest in peace my Lord.
Posted by Dr. Emmanuel Ukpo on 13th October 2012
Hon. justice Emmanuel Ndoma-Egba was a noble leader and pioneer of integrity in the Nigerian justice. I remember the time we spent together during the Nigerian civil war and will always cherish your advise and guidance during troubling times. May your soul rest in peace and the Almighty God bring peace and comfort to your family. Nigerians will always remember your good life.
Posted by Ngozi Edi-Osagie on 12th October 2012
Our hearts go out to the Ndoma-Egba family in this time of sorrow. The indelible mark Uncle ET created in our lives over 30 years ago is not erased by this sad event. He was a wonderful mentor and friend to us, and we are thankful for the place he and his family will forever have in our lives and our hearts. He will be truly missed. Elaine, Ngozi, Ife, Ndidi, Nnamdi, Manchester UK
Posted by Max Ogar on 11th October 2012
My Lord, Hon. Justice Emmanuel Takon Ndoma-Egba was a fore-runner to all Lawyers from the Central and Northern Senatorial Districts of Cross River State; he showed us the way. My mentor and benefactor, Kanu Godwin Agabi,SAN refers to him as 'our leader.' My Lord, 'E.T', Rest in Peace.
Posted by Max Ogar on 11th October 2012
Justice Ndoma-Egba (my kins man) told me something remarkable the very last time I met with him in his country home in the precincts of the Holy Family Hospital, Ikom. He said Nchor, "In every venture in life, you must pay for your ignorance." He then told me a story of how he was riped off by a technician servicing his lister plant.

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