ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, LATE-REV-PETER OKWUAKA, 80 years old, born on August 22, 1940, and passed away on January 23, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 9, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LATE HUSBAND

I was privilege to be the wife of a wonderful, loving, intelligent and kind man Late REV. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA.
He was a Husband, loving father, grandfather, best friend, adviser and a colleague.
Since our union in the early 70s, I am the most Blessed woman on earth due to his provisions in terms of family welfare and Children's up keep which he never neglected as his responsiblity. He also made sure that all and sundry (including his immediate and extended family) are always in Good condition.
Papa Oyibo My Darling Husband, You were more than a Mentor, My Soulmate, My inspirator and my Backbone, you supported and Loved me unconditionally.
We went through challenges of life both spiritually and physically without you complaining or shying away.
LATE REVEREND PETER OKWUAKA; My Darling Husband and I were Blessed with Good children as gift from the Almighty God.
Daddy was a transparent and truthful Husband who always speak and stand on his word irrespective of whom it might hurt.
Daddy was also a Good teacher who is willing to teach everyone the importance of knowing God and serving him diligently.
My Late Husband was an advocate of hard work who Celebrates people that made it in Life through the fear of God and hard work.
DADDY like I'd always call him was a leader in the Lord's Vine Yard and a Vertarian.
Daddy was a disciplinarian that do not tolerate nonsense from anybody.
Late REVEREND PETER OKWUAKA My husband, was a man who stood for the helpless or the oppressed in the society, He solved people's problem irrespective of your relationship with him.
He was always willing to support and put smile on people's faces around him. He thought his children the importance of humility and integrity.
Daddy, you lived a fulfilled life and left the legacy of LOVE and SELFLESS SERVICE with us.
Your demise on 23rd of January 2021 is still fresh to my memory as I remember your last words to me.
I and your Children will forever remember your LOVE and CARE towards us.
Daddy we miss and Love you so much but God Loves you more.
Thank you for standing strong in the faith till your last breath.
Farewell Daddy
Till we meet to part no more.
Rest on with your maker Daddy.

Your lovely wife.
Evang. Mrs. Nneka Phibian Okwuaka
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 6, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LOVING DADDY

Dad I really miss you,
l never knew you would leave us so suddenly. Daddy you left without waiting for me to come back ask I promised you. My heart was broken on that faithful day I received the news of your demise.
I cried bitterly after remembering all our discussion. It's painful to lose you like this with out saying Goodbye Dad.
Just wished I can make it to your burial to give you the last respect you deserve.
Miss you Papa m
Farewell Dad.

Your son
Mr Okwuaka Nnaemeka Godwin
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 6, 2021
MY TRIBUTE TO OUR DADDY IN THE LORD

Daddy, You took me from grass to Grace through your Prayer, Spiritually and Physically...
Your efforts made me to be who I am today. Your Labouring upon my Life has continued to yield Good Fruit as you taught me to Lead by example.
You raised me up and Looked after me more than you looked after your biological Children.
What more will I say?
Daddy, Rest in the bossom of the Lord,
Till we meet to part no more... Amen!

Evang. David Ben
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 3, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY GRANDFATHER

I want to thank God for life well spent by my grandfather on this planet earth. My parents make me to understand that he is a good man that has impacted those who have privileged to come around him positively. He is a fulfilled man that died empty of the potentials that God endowed him with. To many, you have died but to us, you are sleeping and must wakeup at the resurrection day. We love you grandpa but Elohim loves you most.
Till we meet to part no more.
Adieu Grandpa

Your Grandson;
Okafor Israel Chimsimdi
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 3, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY GRANDPA

I appreciate God for a fulfilled life of my Grandpa whom I was told much about by my Parents. That he is a gentle and peace loving man that was always at peace with everyone before his demised.
Indeed so much have I heard about you and wish I had interfaced you before u joined our ancestors. But I can't question God for ur physical death because I know you left a legacy that lives.
Rest in the lord Grandpa till we meet to part no more.

Your Grandson;
Okafor Chimdindu Peter
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 2, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER IN-LAW

l write to celebrate the departure of God's General as you answer the Heavenly call.
It was shocking and difficult to believe when the news of your departure broke, but we are consoled knowing that the Lord have called you, even your last words can attest to that; Which was "you want to go home and rest". The few years l have known you have been a memorable one.
I will miss those gists that came from you whenever l come around, you were a man of few words but the wisdom that came from talking with you is what l can never do away with.
Daddy even when you were sick your voice always come with soothing relief that anyone that is far will not know how serious it is. We will miss you especially your Grand children who were looking up to spending weekends and holidays with you.
Farewell Daddy, we know that Heaven have good record of your work in his vineyard.

From your Son in-law
Amos Nweke
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on May 27, 2021
THE MEASURE OF A MAN

It is difficult, at best to attempt to honour my father in words. It is never an easy task to capture someone like him in speech as words frequently fall too short of his true essence. In this instance, they fall below the mark that I feel it is almost futile to try. What is the true measure of a man? Is it the amount of money he has? The possessions he owns and the power he controls? Is it the qualifications or professional success he has achieved? In my opinion, the true measure of a man is how much love he gives; how selflessly he shares whatever he can to help others; how consistently he lifts up those arround him with kind words, a compliment, a funny joke, a humble ear or a helping hand. By this measure, Daddy was immeasurable.
I remain grateful and comforted knowing how much he positively affected the lives of others. He always led by example and taught us numerous life lessons some of which are;Always depend on God, work hard, and rewards wll always follow, Show respect and courtesy to others, Do not repay evil with evil, Always strive to do your best no matter what you are doing.
Don't blame others, accept responsibility and consequences of your actions
Be positive, supportive and always give encouragement.
Share with others who are less fortunate and give without expecting anything in return.
Set a positive example so it may be imitated by others and always find the good in people because every bad person must have some good virtues.
Daddy!! It will only take a moment but the memory will surely last a lifetime as you took a saintly journey. Left for us, we will keep you here much longer but Gods way are supreme. We have accepted in good faith knowing that joy comes in the morning. A labourer is worthy of his wage.You have fought a good fight and I pray that God whom you served will grant you eternal rest in his bosom... Amen!

Your Son
Engr. Samuel Okwuaka
Posted by bobo book Favour on May 27, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY GRANDFATHER
Rest in peace Grandpa.
Your loving grandson
Obueke Goodluck Chiemela
Posted by bobo book Favour on May 27, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY GRANDFATHER
You were the protector and the shelter of the family. Today you are gone. But your left your footsteps here so we can follow them for the rest of our live.
Rest in peace Grandpa.
Obueke Rex Chinonso
Posted by Uchenna Okeke on May 26, 2021
I will never erase you in mind, and I promise to hold you in my heart till the day we will meet again in heaven. It’s been long since I saw you, but I am grateful that the memories of you that I hold are those of your presence. You went to be with the Lord too soon, how I wish I were given the time and opportunity to say goodbye, I will miss you, grandpa.
love from
Chigozie Okeke
Posted by ifeanyi okeke on May 26, 2021
A man as humble and loving as Grandpa will always be remembered by those of us who knew him and loved him. I remember 2 years ago while i ate with him he would always talk in a calm voice. Although we will miss him, his smile, his love, we take consolation in the good feelings of our memories. A great man of very few words. I am happy that i was able to see you last year but even though I cannot see you again you will forever remain in my heart and try to live by your example.
From Your Grandson,
Ifeanyi Okeke
Posted by Uchenna Okeke on May 26, 2021
I will miss your presence in my life. My grandfather is such a precious gift from above for us to love and treasure. He was a quiet man. A man of of peace and respect. It broke my heart to lose you. That I will never hear your voice or smile face again. Even when you are gone to be with the Lord, you will be in our hearts forever. We will miss you, dearly.
From your Grandson,
Uchenna Okeke
Posted by Emeka Kelvin on May 26, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER INLAW.
Its hard to say good bye but God knows the best.
I never knew you would leave us so suddenly daddy.
A man of peace you are and accomplished rare gem.
I will miss you so much when I visit Nigeria again
A man of God with a difference ,a man of peace who will always find a way to make others happy.
Ifeanyichukwu,uchenna &chigozie are saying good nite grand pa .
We love you but God loves you most
EMEKA HEROES &FAMILY
Posted by okwuaka precious on May 25, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY GRAND FATHER
GRANNY, I may not have known you in person but I am extremely happy to be held in your arms and blessed by you before your desmise, I love you but God loves you most. I will live to make you proud man of peace.
May your kind hearted soul continue to rest in perfect peace AMEN.

Owen Samuel Onwunanzo
Posted by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 25, 2021
TRIBUTE TO My LOVELY DAD
I do not mourn him at all
I weep because he left us
He slept, he did not die
 Rev. Pastor Peter Our Daddy was a wonderful person. He was amazing in every sense all the way.
I do not mourn him at all, I weep because he left us.
He slept, he did not die and I know, I am sure, because on the Resurrection morning, he will raise again and we will see him in glory.
I am sure because he believed in CHRIST.
His salvation was sure, it was certain.
He said, "if I die today, I know I am fulfilled. I've done what the
LORD has asked me to do".
He was not afraid of death. He was not afraid. It is not a matter of how Long or how short, It is not a matter of time, but how well and he lived well.
He lived a good life, He lived to the glory of God. He lived, he served God. His Life was dedicated to Christ and that is why I am sure that he is in Heaven.
I am sure that he made it.
Till we meet to part no more Dad. Keep Resting in the bosom of the Lord..... Amen

Your daughter Ebelechukwu onyekachi
Posted by okwuaka precious on May 25, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY BELOVED DADDY REV. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA.
My beloved father, Rev.peter Ibemesi Okwuaka, you will always be the best and the most important role model in my life. You were a great man, an easy going man. A great man of peace. You are a humanitarian, You taught us how to Live a modest lifestyle, build strong relationship no matter how rich or poor, young or old, religion or status.
You are the kind of a father every child will wish to have. A man with a large heart who is kind and generous, gentle and meek. A man who carry everyone around him as one body.
Father you have touched and impacted on so many things into people lives. You help the poor and needy in good faith, A peace maker, a king maker (etc) which the bible reminds us to do at all time, that by so doing we will be called son& daughter of God. It's obvious that history will never be economical with your existence because your foot prints are indelible on the rock that will stand the test of time.
God knows why He needed you now, but the truth is that there is a vacuum in our family now, but God doesn't make mistakes. I OGECHUKWU will not cry because you are gone, rather I will smile because of the beautiful memories I have of you and the good works God wrought through you.
Proverb 10vs7" The memory of the just is blessed"
Rest in peace Daddy, till we meet to part no more.
Adieu my beloved father
Adieu Ibesi
Adieu PAPA OYIBO
Mrs Ogechukwu Samuel Onwunanzo
(ADADIORANMA)
Your lovely Daughter

TRIBUTE TO MY GREAT FATHER IN-LAW

Where do I start? Where do I stop? A man of peace, gentle and kind hearted man. He took me in as his own son and made me feel path of his family from that very moment such that whenever I called to say Hi, He always give me hope. It never occured to me that you will never recover from the sickness. But I take consolation in the scripture which emphasized that there is life after death.
Daddy you were a very strong and industrious man and you made your legacy seen in your home , you are the best father in- law any son in- law would ever wished for.
Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, your are loved beyond words and missed beyond measured.
Rest in peace till we meet to part no more.
OWEN is saying good night granny,
Good night PAPA OYIBO
Mr Samuel Onwunanzo
Son in- law
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on May 25, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO MY BELOVED FATHER

For Someone who meant Soo Much and Loved by all he knew, who left behind a trail of tears and precious memories too.
We Loved the sunshine in his smile and the kindness in his heart but heaven saw that he has finished his work on earth. Well, he was the best father I think anyone could ask for, always had a Smile on his face and never let anything get to him.
As I looked back over time, I found myself wondering..... "Did I remember to thank you enough for all you've done for me? For the sacrifices you made and teaching us by your example, the value of hard work, Good Judgement, Courage and integrity?
Words just can't convey how much I wish that you are here with us to see your Grandson which you Celebrated with Us that he was born.
We really miss you Big Daddy but God that have called you to eternal rest, recieve your soul, for I know that You're at the right hand of God.
Rest in Perfect Peace Nnam,
Till we meet to part no more...

Your Daughter
Mrs. Okafor Chinyere Gift
Posted by Ikenna Okafor on May 25, 2021
A Tribute To My Father In-law
It grieved me when I Heard about your Transition, though you have transited to the other side,I thank God for the privilege you gave me to have you as a father in-law.

You are indeed a man of peace ,an easy going man but highly purpose oriented.
You fought very hard to be with us but nature has it cause to have your life,who are we to question God why it happened.
You are a good, loving and caring Father who lived a life worthy of emulation. Though you have put off your natural body to sojourn with our ancestors,but you will forever remain in our hearts.
RIP Till We Meet To Part No More.

Mr Ikenna Okafor Son In-law
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on May 25, 2021
A TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER IN-LAW

It grieved me when I heard about your Transition, though you have transited to the other side, I thank God for the privileged you gave me to have you as a father in-law.
You are indeed a man of peace, an easy going Man but highly purpose oriented.
You fought very hard to be with us but nature took it's course to have your life,who are we to question God why it happened.
You are a good and caring Father who lived a life worthy of emulation. Though you have laid off your natural body to sojourn with our ancestors, but you will forever remain in our hearts.
RIP till we meet to part no more.

Your Son In-law
OKAFOR IKENTA & Family
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on May 24, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY FATHER

As the first child of your offspring, I grew up to see and learn a lot from you. My dad is the best dad,  a man of the people, a preacher of the gospel with a life worth imitating.  Peaceful  and trust worthy. Someone who always find a way to help and make people happy. He has a gentle soul. He is humble , kind,  playful, hardworking and  very honest.  He is my hero , my supporter, my teacher, my provider, my friend, but most importantly…my first love. As far back as I can remember, ...He showed me what true love really meant by the way he loved my mom no matter what. He taught me to always trust in God,  that he had the final say. Always preach forgiveness and peace.  I will really miss you. Your gentle voice,  your response. You never stress anyone. Your last evening on earth you told me over the phone even when I  asked you , daddy you are sounding very deep? He replied, It is well.  Never did I know you would leave us so suddenly, you were a good man, you advised me and did your best to provide for me and my siblings . You tried your best in helping people, always smiling.  I still remember all the places you drove me to as a child and a memorable day to hospital at the birth of your first son Samuel after so many years.  You made people see me like your princess as I always been, that gave birth to my nick name OYIBO . Always there for us to say a word of prayer and encouragement, and a great listener and advocate of peace. 
 My Dad left an impact on every person he met, even strangers (who didn’t stay strangers very long because he was just so  friendly). The love my Dad spread on this Earth continues to grow and will live on, and that is the ultimate measure of any human being. So proud to call you Daddy,  Papa Oyibo 

I love you, Dad. Now and forevermore. From your First Princess Oyibo 
Posted by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 24, 2021
Although my grandfather did numerous things in his life, one of the things that he has been proud of is raising such a beautiful and lovely family. We will miss your presence granny.
As we put you rest this day, am I happy that you have shown us eternal love and happiness.
As you go to be with the Lord, we promise to carry along what you loved most, waking up early, so enjoy the sunrise which you loved, and we loved it as well.
Grandchildren will never stay young forever, which is an excellent thing for the grandfathers as they just have so many horsy rides in them. We will miss you dearly granny.

Your grand daughter
Okwuakaibe chiziterem sonia
Posted by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 23, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LATE FATHER

He always lead by example, and taught me numerous life lessons of what it takes to become a man: Take care of, protect, and be the provider for your family, and always give them unconditional love; Work hard, and rewards will always follow; Show respect and courtesy to others.
Dad, I love you for an infinite number of reasons. I feel so blessed to have you as my father and I’m thankful for the wonderful life you have given me., I would like to celebrate you: a magnificent man, a loyal, loving father, a devoted father. Please know that my list of gratitude is endless and continues to grow with each passing day.

REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE BOSSOM

OKWUAKAIBE UZONNA PETER.
Posted by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 22, 2021
        TO MY FATHER INLAW

Rest well my beloved father-in-law, rest well. I am sad to have heard about your death. Though you are dead, I thank God for the privilege He gave me to be part of this family. I hoped to visit you many times, but nature took its course to take your life.
REST IN THE BOSSOM OF THE LORD

Daughter in-law
Okwuakaibe chinenye blessing
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on May 21, 2021
A Peaceful, Strong, and Brave Man. You nurtured me from kindergarten throughout my Elementary school. You were the Teacher that I know. After encountering Challenges, I run home without fear knowing that you are always there. Even in my Secondary and Tertiary level, Seeing you once in a while is always like staying with you. I am glad and eternally Grateful for the times I shared with you as a Child and as an Adult. You taught me a Last born isn't a Last child, you thought me PEACE is inborn and not made, you taught me staying and being at PEACE not just with my siblings but with everyone. You taught me hard work. A preacher of the Gospel, my biggest fan and my hero.
I miss your Jokes, play and laughter
The Memories keep coming;
The way you call me
miraculuuu...
And the way I answer you;
Papaya...
Though I was saddened knowing how you've waited to see me Graduate as a Engineer and how we've planned to shake the Globe with the Gospel. I'm still on the plan Dad; I won't let you down...
I will miss you dearly Dad...
I will meet you on the Beautiful Resurrection Morning.
Adieu Papaya
Rest in Peace PAPA OYIBO

Your Son
OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE OLUEBUBE DAVID
Posted by bobo book Favour on May 21, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY WONDERFUL IN-LAW
My in-law I never knew you would leave us so suddenly, you were a good man. Good father in-law too .I am saddened that death took you away,but God said in all things we should give him thanks. I and my family miss you Ezigbo ogom.
Your Son In-law
Obueke chinonso vitalis and Family
Posted by bobo book Favour on May 21, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LOVING FATHER
Missing you always dad. You never said I'm leaving or goodbye. You were gone before I knew it. And only God knows why. It broke my heart to lose you. That I will never hear your voice or smile face again. Daddy your death left a scar in my heart but your legacy will stand in my life. I miss you dad. Until we meet again to depart no more.
Your loving daughter Ngozichukwuka Favour Obueke.
Posted by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 21, 2021
A special dad is hard to find.
You, Dad, I'm keeping in my mind.
I wished you could have stayed forever,
But I will never forget you; oh, not ever.
If dreams weren't dreams and dreams came true,
I wouldn't be here; I'd be with you.
Distance is one thing that keeps us apart,
But, Dad, you will always remain in my heart.
A special smile, a special face,
A special someone I can't replace,
I love you and I always will.
You filled a space that no one else could fulfill.

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Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 9, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LATE HUSBAND

I was privilege to be the wife of a wonderful, loving, intelligent and kind man Late REV. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA.
He was a Husband, loving father, grandfather, best friend, adviser and a colleague.
Since our union in the early 70s, I am the most Blessed woman on earth due to his provisions in terms of family welfare and Children's up keep which he never neglected as his responsiblity. He also made sure that all and sundry (including his immediate and extended family) are always in Good condition.
Papa Oyibo My Darling Husband, You were more than a Mentor, My Soulmate, My inspirator and my Backbone, you supported and Loved me unconditionally.
We went through challenges of life both spiritually and physically without you complaining or shying away.
LATE REVEREND PETER OKWUAKA; My Darling Husband and I were Blessed with Good children as gift from the Almighty God.
Daddy was a transparent and truthful Husband who always speak and stand on his word irrespective of whom it might hurt.
Daddy was also a Good teacher who is willing to teach everyone the importance of knowing God and serving him diligently.
My Late Husband was an advocate of hard work who Celebrates people that made it in Life through the fear of God and hard work.
DADDY like I'd always call him was a leader in the Lord's Vine Yard and a Vertarian.
Daddy was a disciplinarian that do not tolerate nonsense from anybody.
Late REVEREND PETER OKWUAKA My husband, was a man who stood for the helpless or the oppressed in the society, He solved people's problem irrespective of your relationship with him.
He was always willing to support and put smile on people's faces around him. He thought his children the importance of humility and integrity.
Daddy, you lived a fulfilled life and left the legacy of LOVE and SELFLESS SERVICE with us.
Your demise on 23rd of January 2021 is still fresh to my memory as I remember your last words to me.
I and your Children will forever remember your LOVE and CARE towards us.
Daddy we miss and Love you so much but God Loves you more.
Thank you for standing strong in the faith till your last breath.
Farewell Daddy
Till we meet to part no more.
Rest on with your maker Daddy.

Your lovely wife.
Evang. Mrs. Nneka Phibian Okwuaka
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 6, 2021
TRIBUTE TO MY LOVING DADDY

Dad I really miss you,
l never knew you would leave us so suddenly. Daddy you left without waiting for me to come back ask I promised you. My heart was broken on that faithful day I received the news of your demise.
I cried bitterly after remembering all our discussion. It's painful to lose you like this with out saying Goodbye Dad.
Just wished I can make it to your burial to give you the last respect you deserve.
Miss you Papa m
Farewell Dad.

Your son
Mr Okwuaka Nnaemeka Godwin
Posted by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 6, 2021
MY TRIBUTE TO OUR DADDY IN THE LORD

Daddy, You took me from grass to Grace through your Prayer, Spiritually and Physically...
Your efforts made me to be who I am today. Your Labouring upon my Life has continued to yield Good Fruit as you taught me to Lead by example.
You raised me up and Looked after me more than you looked after your biological Children.
What more will I say?
Daddy, Rest in the bossom of the Lord,
Till we meet to part no more... Amen!

Evang. David Ben
his Life

THE BIOGRAPHY OF MY DADDY (LATE REV. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA)

THE BIOGRAPHY OF REVEREND PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA
(The Presiding Pastor of New Mount Zion Gospel Mission)...
A TRUE ALLEGORY.
Much more could be said about the story qualities, but the really essential final thing that we need to note is that Rev. Peter IBEMESI OKWUAKA story was a character of the Christian in Reality, thrilling, captivating, and inspiring. The stories of his character was very Magical but yet realistic.
Extremely deep thought combined with symbolism and doctrinal reflections, ingeniously clever and literally refreshing. A perfect Life of a true believer!
He will help a man look inside himself and see himself the way God sees the man.
It is a true allegorical but it is very hard to get the message.
Stay on the straight path!! There may be alot to deter you in your Christian walk and you will encounter many enemies to your success. Thankfully, there are also faithful friends, brave warriors and joyful companions to aid you on your journey. As believers progress, for example is simultaneously in;
A. A personality type 
B. A social type and
C. A spiritual Reality. 
Someone have to either slightly know that the literal physical level of action from a Believer is what really matters, or to abandon ourselves to the story qualities of the work and let the second level of understanding grow out of that narrative experience. But should not lure us into thinking that they are one dimensional.
TIPS FOR READING REV. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA MASTER PIECE.
 Rev. Peter's story can be read as travel story and adventure story first however allowing the theological and moral level to emerge as the extra source of enjoyment and edification. Some people may read it for edification and receive literal enjoyment as a By-Product. Other may sit down to read it for its narrative qualities and gain edification as a By-Product. It is an expansive story that holds up virtually under any approach that we bring to it.
THE RELIGIOUS VISION OF THIS BELIEVER.
Rev. PETER IBEMESI OKWUAKA was a belated Pentecostal. At every point in his Christian progress, we can see inclinations of mind and belief. The BIBLE as the authority for religious beliefs, human sinfulness as the natural state of all people; Salvation of one's soul as the one thing needful; the substitutionary atonement of Jesus Christ (his death on cross) as the basis for forgiveness of sin; heaven as the ultimate longing of every Believer. We would call him an evangelical Christian but more specifically a Reformed Apostle of our Lord Jesus Christ...
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A BRIEF GIST ABOUT MY DADDY

Shared by OKWUAKAIBE MIRACLE on June 7, 2021
As a Kid, I spent more time with my Dad more than my Mum from my kindergarten till I finished graduated from Secondary...
He taught me alot about Life and What to expect from it. I learnt alot of things from him especially Cooking. Yes! I learnt how to cook from him especially his handmade very thick Egwusi soup and pepper soup(Ofe Ose) which was and is the easiest and fastest soup to make in seconds...
He is a man of integrity and actions. He hardly speaks but Express his speech with actions.
I could remember when I was growing up, whenever I'd misbehave in many occasions, he won't discipline me instantly but as soon he comes to wake me early in morning for Morning Devotions, I will be moderately dealt me before the Prayers.
In often Cases, he makes use of his eyes to express his anger, once I did something wrong, he looks at me, I will instantly know without a Sorcerer telling me I did it wrongly. 
He always love playing with children and once your naked he will say that he will cut off your manhood and eat it (Hahaha), I'm always the Standby messenger he will ask to go get the knife for the cutting and that alone will make you to be afraid and dress up immediately.
Anytime I need money, he will tell me that he don't have but he will still go inside his room and satisfy your want by providing your request.
He is a kind of man I wish to be his son in the next world. I enjoyed his advices.
I enjoyed playing with him. Whenever I come back, I will ask or he will remind to come and suck breast which We will run around trying to know who will caught first.
He was a renowned Farmer in Nkwelle Ezunaka so I worked with him...
We had a little experience of carpentry, plumbing and other handworks and also purchases the  materials and keep at home for future use. Because he always like his children to do the work and anytime we engage with him in the work, we do it perfectly...

Experience I had from daddy

Shared by Chigbo Okwuakaibe on May 26, 2021
A man of integrity and actions. He hardly speaks but Express his speech with actions.
I could remember when we're growing up, he make use of his eyes to express his anger, once you did something wrong , he looks at you , ( I called it Scowl look) . You will realize you did it wrong. 
He always love playing with children and once your naked he will say that he will cut off your manhood and eat it, that will make you to be afraid and dress up immediately.
Anytime you need money, he will say he don't have and still yet go inside his room and satisfy your want by providing your request.
He is a kind of man I wish to be his son in the next world. I enjoyed his advices . We had a little experience of  carpentry, plumbing and other handworks,and also purchases the  materials and keep at home for future use. Because he always like his  children to do the work and anytime we engage with him in the work , we do it perfect. 
Shared by Mrs Obiamaka Oyibo Okeke on May 22, 2021
As the first child of your offspring, I grew up to see and learn a lot from you. My dad is the best dad,  a man of the people, a preacher of the gospel with a life worth imitating.  Peaceful  and trust worthy. Someone who always find a way to help and make people happy. He has a gentle soul. He is humble , kind,  playful, hardworking and  very honest.  He is my hero , my supporter, my teacher, my provider, my friend, but most importantly…my first love. As far back as I can remember, ...He showed me what true love really meant by the way he loved my mom no matter what. He taught me to always trust in God,  that he had the final say. Always preach forgiveness and peace.  I will really miss you. Your gentle voice,  your response. You never stress anyone. Your last evening on earth you told me over the phone even when I  asked you , daddy you are sounding very deep? He replied, It is well.  Never did I know you would leave us so suddenly, you were a good man, you advised me and did your best to provide for me and my siblings . You tried your best in helping people, always smiling.  I still remember all the places you drove me to as a child and a memorable day to hospital at the birth of your first son Samuel after so many years.  You made people see me like your princess as I always been, that gave birth to my nick name OYIBO . Always there for us to say a word of prayer and encouragement, and a great listener and advocate of peace. 
 My Dad left an impact on every person he met, even strangers (who didn’t stay strangers very long because he was just so  friendly). The love my Dad spread on this Earth continues to grow and will live on, and that is the ultimate measure of any human being. So proud to call you Daddy,  Papa Oyibo 

I love you, Dad. Now and forevermore. From your first Princess Oyibo