ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, HRH Eze Collins Chukwuezi Oforduru 76 years old , born on November 15, 1942 and passed away on December 19, 2018. We will remember him forever.

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his Life

Born - November, 15th, 1942

Passed Standard Six - 1956

Obtained O'Level Certificate - 1964

Married Miss Theresa Nwokeafor - 1966

Wedded Miss Theresa Nwokeafor - April, 1967

Began business - 1963

Established Collins Ofor & Sons Enterprises - 1970

Selected as Eze-Elect - 16th of July, 2001

Received Staff of Office from government - 2003

Coronated as Ikwuano 1 of Ikwuano Autonomous Community, Isiala Mbano - 27th March, 2005

Died - December, 19th, 2018

His Royal Highness was a father to 7 children ( 4 boys, 3 girls

Recent stories
Shared by Okey Nzeh on March 26, 2019

HRH Eze Collins Oforduru Ikwu 1 of Ikwuano, is a friend, a rebuilder, and an icon. In fact, I miss you but God will take care of you in the name of Almighty God.

Shared by Ada Abigail Oforduru on March 25, 2019

You were a hardworking, simple and honest man. You were a much loved father-in-law to me and a perfect grandfather to my children.

I do not want to say much at this time, but your death is a deep cut to my heart. I know God is in control of the situation.

May your soul rest in perfect peace.

Hail Jehova and Jesus Christ

My Landlord

Shared by Chibuzo Iheukwumere on March 25, 2019


My landlord, His Royal Highness, Eze Collins Oforduru is no more. He was a kind hearted man who I first encountered when I moved into one of his apartment buildings in Owerri, IMO state. Despite the heights he had achieved both in business and in the community, he was humble in his dealings with his tenants. As at the time I became his tenant, he already had severaltenants with twenty, twenty-five years tenancy. The tenants who vacated his building did so because they had become landlords themselves. One poignant fact was his love for cleanliness as was profound to any who dwelt in any of his building with the legend stenciled on the fence wall, staircase landing and backyard "Please helpkeep public places clean"

Farewell, Onye-Eze