ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Josephine Ohagwu, 77 years old, born on January 12, 1944, and passed away on February 13, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Onyinye Ohagwu on March 12, 2021
A VIRTUOUS WOMAN GOES HOME.

Big Aunty, Ezinne Josephine Ohagwu.

You were the quintessential wife, mother, Aunt and a community leader of note.

You were a blessing to your family, the entire Ezioha community and and everyone whose path crossed with yours.

Your life added value to humanity, and you left the world with an enduring legacy in the well adjusted children you raised.

Now you have joined the saints triumphant, our kind ancestors, we are persuaded that you will watch over your family.

To Emeka, Uche, Onyie,, Law and others. I pray for divine comfort as you grieve over a dearly beloved mother.

Farewell Ezinne

Adieu Ezinne

Amb Jeff Chukwuemeka Ndubueze and Family
Posted by Collins Ndukwe on March 6, 2021
Ezinne Ohagwu, you raised a great family, fought the good fight and finished your race. As you join the angels in heaven, may you to rest in perfect peace and continue to watch over your family

Collins Ndukwe + Family.
Posted by Oscar Chisom on March 4, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO OUR LOVELY GRAND MOTHER
The love of a grandma is unique. God must have given grandmothers to us to lighting our lives, to make our lives more complete and be a better human being. She played a big part in our children and we can remember sitting in her kitchen and testing her dishes she prepare with special love. She taught us a lot about love and the meaning of family, still we can’t believe our lovely grandma was taken away from us. We will miss you grandma, but your spirit and strength lives in each of us and in the lives that she touched. She lives on in us and all these who have been touched by your love, strength, conviction, wisdom and beauty of her soul. You truly were a special woman you may have passed on but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifice your care and concern, your love and everything that you have done for us. Wherever you are, I know you are in a much better place we will be forever grateful and thankful that you are our grandmother. Rest in peace grandmother we will never forget you and we will always love you forever. Your loving grandchildren Lilian, Oscar, Miracle, Kenndy and Godswill Onuigbo. Adieu – Mma NnukwuAdieu – Nwunye Chiefoo
Posted by Gozie Nwaka on February 28, 2021
You are a perfect model and an example of a good mother. It pains to know that we will not see you again. But we will continue to miss you and cherish all your memory. Farewell Mama.

From Mr. Gozie and Mrs. Uchechi Nwaka.
Posted by Ndukwe Kingsley on February 28, 2021
Words may not suffice to express the heartfelt sorrow that I feel for the passing of your Mother. May her soul rest perfect peace....Amen
Posted by Leah and Nixon Iwedi on February 28, 2021
Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measures.
Posted by Joanita Igwebuike on February 27, 2021
On behalf of my family, Christiana Igwebuike's family, I write to sympathize with you on the demise of your dear mother Mrs Josephine Ohagwu.

"Truly Life is a journey.
Death is the continuation of the journey.
Heaven is a temporary rest.
For the commencement and fulfilment
Of a new life, a new hope
And a new promise"

Sometimes in our lives
we feel a great deal of pain
because we lose someone special.
These feelings we can't explain.

Sometimes in our lives
the lasting of the pain is far too long,
and though we try to fight it,
the feelings are just too strong.

Sometimes in our lives
things can't be controlled,
though we wish they could.
The secrets left untold.

Sometimes in our lives
we see things differently from what they are,
but if we actually saw the truth,
it might leave a nasty scar.

Sometimes in our lives
the truth is better left alone
because in all actuality
the truth is nothing but our foe.

May your soul rest in peace Amen.


Adieu Mama

Posted by Dolapo Olubodun on February 27, 2021
I pray God comforts the entire family at this time of grief and may her soul rest in the bosom of the Lord.
Posted by Ugochukwu Obusi on February 27, 2021
Ezinne Ohagwu, i never had the opportunity to meet you, but can proudly say you are a 1 in a million Mum. The Times i spent with Bro Onyii and Aunty Ada have always reflected all the good qualities they inherited from you.
Nne, Je nke oma!
Posted by Chichi Obusi(Nee Nwaka) on February 27, 2021
Life is but a stopping place,
 A pause in what's to be,
A resting place along the road,
 To sweet Eternity.

We all have different journeys,
  Different paths along the way,
We all were meant to learn some things,
  But never meant to stay.......

Our destination is a place,
 Far greater than we know,
For some the journey's quicker,
 For some,the journey's slow,

But when the journey finally ends,
 We'll claim a great reward,
And find an everlasting peace,
 Together with the Lord.
 
Posted by Basil Egwuonwu on February 27, 2021
Though we wished you are still with us but our lord knows better and needs you now more than we do. You have in your time accomplished a circle of events and we wish you a perfectly deserved rest in heaven
Rest In Peace mam 
Posted by ukamaka Ude on February 27, 2021
May her gentle soul rest well in the bossom of the Lord .

Mama gaaa nke oma!
Posted by Anya Uchenna on February 27, 2021
Ijeoma my mothers good friend we love you but God love you more

Rest on Nnya Dem Emma
Rest on good woman
Rest on mma Onyi
Posted by uzo Umemezie Nwaohai on February 27, 2021
Those we love don't die. They live forever in our hearts. Mama we have therefore confined you to the quarters of our hearts where you will live forever.
You lived a good life and your wonderful children are testament to your good virtues.
I am glad you are now with your Maker where there is no sickness or pain. Rest well mama.
Posted by Chi Obrike on February 27, 2021
Beloved aunty, beautiful woman in and out. Very hardworking and sacrificial, with a warm smile. You're missed.
Posted by Nnaemeka Chukwu on February 27, 2021
May God bless her soul and grant her eternal rest in the bossom of the Lord.


My condolence to the entire family.
Posted by CHIKE EMERIBE on February 27, 2021
Ezinne Ohagwu, is it true that you are no more? Oh! Death where is your sting? Oh! Grave where is your power?
Upon hearing the news of your demise, I had mixed feelings of joy and bitterness. My joy stems from the fact that you have joined the saints triumphants to be in a place of perfect peace, health and provisions. On the other hand, bitterness surged in me because of the vacuum that your departure has created in the hearts and minds of all of us your children and well wishers. Ezinne, we are consoled by two things viz your enduring legacies and your eternal rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. Rest on Mama Onyi! Till we meet to part no more. To my good friend Engr Onyinye and the entire members of Chief Ogbonnaya Ohagwu family I send out my sincere sympathy. I ask that the merciful God shall strengthen and Grant you solace in this difficult moment of grief. May her gentle soul rest in peace to peace. Amen!!
Posted by Nnaemeka Ndukwe on February 27, 2021
Mama you embodied Love, generosity and compassion. A woman of substance, kind hearted and very calm and composed.
You showed these attributes to everyone who came in contact with you in your lifetime. I remember during those mid-term breaks I spent with my Aunt Dem Nwali at Okpuge Ezioha, I experienced your generosity and love too.
You will forever be missed, but our consolation is in the fact that you have returned to be with your creator where you would be enjoying eternal peace.
Adieu Nwunye De Emma
We love and miss you
Posted by Ohagwu Ozoemenam on February 26, 2021
Nnye Dem Emmanuel  safe journey, you will be missed forever.
Rest on Agu Nwayi
Rest on Onye Udo
Rest on Mma Onyii

Till we meet and part no more
Posted by Ifeoma Ohagwu on February 26, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MOM WITH AN ANGELIC SMILE 


I feel so sad doing this but who am I to question God whose will supersedes. A Mom with a kind  heart remembering those days you would give up one of best  your foods "yam" just so I can have. Mama, your children Oluebube and Chukwujekwu have still not come to terms with your demise as they would come and say let's call grandma. My only gratitude is that you are resting with the Lord where there is no more pain, no more sickness and all I see is you "Mama" looking down on us with that your angelic smile. 

Continue to rest in the Lord as he will send his perpetual light to shine upon you and grant you eternal rest in his kingdom. Amen

Posted by Onyinye Ohagwu on February 26, 2021
Thank you, Mum, for the care, nurture and prayers. I wished you had lived
longer but I am happy you gloriously transitioned.

The memories we shared together are innumerable and they will forever live in my heart.

Good night gold umuagbara

Good night Gbutis!

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Posted by Onyinye Ohagwu on March 12, 2021
A VIRTUOUS WOMAN GOES HOME.

Big Aunty, Ezinne Josephine Ohagwu.

You were the quintessential wife, mother, Aunt and a community leader of note.

You were a blessing to your family, the entire Ezioha community and and everyone whose path crossed with yours.

Your life added value to humanity, and you left the world with an enduring legacy in the well adjusted children you raised.

Now you have joined the saints triumphant, our kind ancestors, we are persuaded that you will watch over your family.

To Emeka, Uche, Onyie,, Law and others. I pray for divine comfort as you grieve over a dearly beloved mother.

Farewell Ezinne

Adieu Ezinne

Amb Jeff Chukwuemeka Ndubueze and Family
Posted by Collins Ndukwe on March 6, 2021
Ezinne Ohagwu, you raised a great family, fought the good fight and finished your race. As you join the angels in heaven, may you to rest in perfect peace and continue to watch over your family

Collins Ndukwe + Family.
Posted by Oscar Chisom on March 4, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO OUR LOVELY GRAND MOTHER
The love of a grandma is unique. God must have given grandmothers to us to lighting our lives, to make our lives more complete and be a better human being. She played a big part in our children and we can remember sitting in her kitchen and testing her dishes she prepare with special love. She taught us a lot about love and the meaning of family, still we can’t believe our lovely grandma was taken away from us. We will miss you grandma, but your spirit and strength lives in each of us and in the lives that she touched. She lives on in us and all these who have been touched by your love, strength, conviction, wisdom and beauty of her soul. You truly were a special woman you may have passed on but your memories would always live on within us. Thank you for your sacrifice your care and concern, your love and everything that you have done for us. Wherever you are, I know you are in a much better place we will be forever grateful and thankful that you are our grandmother. Rest in peace grandmother we will never forget you and we will always love you forever. Your loving grandchildren Lilian, Oscar, Miracle, Kenndy and Godswill Onuigbo. Adieu – Mma NnukwuAdieu – Nwunye Chiefoo
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Late Mrs Josephine Ohagwu's Biography

Late Mrs. Josephine Ohagwu was born on the 12th day of January 1944 in Enugu Nigeria. she was born into the family of late Azionu of Ezioha Mgbowo in Awgu Local Government Area of Enugu State Nigeria.

She was the second child and first daughter in the family of 3 siblings.

Late Mrs. Josephine Ohagwu completed her education in flying colours. Because of her business acumen, entrepreneurial spirit, high integrity and unquenchable thirst for excellence, she ventured into small scale business and was successful.
Her love for tertiary education was never in doubt as she worked so hard and ensured all her children became graduates.

Late Mrs. Josephine Ohagwu's beauty was one to behold. She got married to her sweet heart, Late Chief Emmanuel Ogbonnaya Ohagwu and the union was blessed with eight (8) children.

Until her death, she professed her Christian faith and will forever be remembered.

Mum, your family loves you and will miss you greatly.

Good night gold umuagbara! 
Adieu till we meet to part no more!!

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Shared by Ikenna Uzonu on February 28, 2021
So sad to know you are gone. You instilled in me and any other person that came around you deep family values. You were a mother to all of us. Memories of you and times we shared are the only things we have now. Rest on great aunt.