This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, LOLO MARGARET ODOEMENA -OGUGUA, 90 years old, born on October 28, 1930, and passed away in January 12, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by fran Ogugua on January 13, 2022
My dearest sweet mother and friend. Just like a joke, it has become real that you have left us physically but we have the assurance that your soul has found peaceful rest with your maker and your spirit together with the spirit of the living God guides us forever. Continue to rest in his pleasant bossom mama, till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Tina Ibeleche on January 13, 2022
Good morning mama
Posted by Affia Okoreaffia on December 2, 2021
The Angles danced and rejoiced on 12th January 2021 when you arrived there.
Their gain is our loss.
Your family and friends are missing you too much.
Your legacy will last forever.
Thank you for being such a caring and wonderful person.
Till then.
Posted by Caroline Johnson-Nwos on November 30, 2021
Hmmmm mama too sad to say good bye! Too hard not to hear your voice! Too difficult knowing that you've completed your journey and have joined our heavenly father! However the memories and wisdom you left with us is positive and that we will cherish forever. I say farewell with a heavy heart. I say farewell to the woman with a good heart. As you have became an angel, may your spirit rest well in the Lord Almighty.
By Caroline Johnson-Nwosu
Posted by Eby Nze on November 22, 2021
Mama, may your soul continue to rest in peace Amen.
You will remain a loving and peaceful woman in our memory.
To the Ogugua family, which have become my family by extension, May our good Lord continue to strengthen you and give you inner peace at this time.
Mama will be proud of you all, go and make her proud as you finally lay her body to rest.
Posted by Chinyere Omeni-Nzewuihe on November 22, 2021
What a sad loss, Mama. Death has, yet again, played a number on us, but we are comforted by the knowledge of your peaceful repose.
Surely death lost it’s sting.
You have earned your wings, Mama.
Jee nke oma, jee ije gi nke oma - rest, dear Mama. Till resurrection morning.
Posted by J. Kemmy on November 20, 2021
My condolences to Mrs Tina Ibeleche and family. Please, be consoled by Mama's exemplary life. Mama fought the good fight, she finished her race, she kept the faith. Now there is in store for her the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to her. Mama, rest on in the bosom of our Lord.

Posted by esohe onu on November 20, 2021
Mama good night.
We will forever miss you even as your lovely memory lives on in our hearts.
Posted by Roseline Alia on November 18, 2021
Daa Maggi, you are going to be missed!

I can remember when I was small how I would come to your home for wound care. When I lost my own mother, I can recall anytime you would visit the U.S, you would always take the time to reach out to connect with me. I appreciate the motherly advice you would give me when you visited.

Again, your presence will truly be missed!
Posted by Okangaoziri Ezechinyere U... on November 18, 2021
Mama, may your gentle and peaceful soul and body rest in peace, Amen
Posted by Chinwe Onyekwere on November 13, 2021
A mother provides food for her family. She sets about her work vigorously and her arms never grow weak. She speaks with wisdom, and faithful instruction is on her lips. She watches over the affairs of her home and her children arise and call her blessed. Mama indeed you did all these and much more and you stayed on to reap the good works of your hand. We wished you would stay longer but who are we to question God if He says it is time. We bid you farewell and know you are in a better place. Mama laa nkeoma, laa na udo.
Posted by Chioma Uzoma on October 5, 2021
My mother, Cecilia Onuoha never ceased talking about how nice you were...she loves and misses you on Mama for all!
Posted by Chioma Uzoma on October 5, 2021
Mama, you were simply a rare gem. Beautiful inside-out. One of the best dancers and players of Opuruiche dance group. You were a disciplinarian and you loved justice.Well, death remains the only inevitable sure left indelible foot prints which makes you the legend you were. Keep resting in the Lord's bossom beautiful woman ❤️
Posted by Ogechi Ejimofor on September 22, 2021
Dear Grandma,

May the angels in heaven continue to guide and protect you as you were truly an angel on earth. Words can never express how much you meant to us all, with everyday that passes you will never be forgotten.

Love Always
Nnene & Family
Posted by Vivian Adeyemi on September 18, 2021
My condolences to Linda and family. It was a pleasure knowing your grandmother. I thank God for her life and the great impact on her children, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren
I pray you continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ ma. Amen.
Posted by Stephen Onyejekwe on September 18, 2021
My family and I wish to pay our condolences to Mrs Ibeh and family. I have met Lolo Ogugua once and she was very pleasant and kind. Mama, may your gentle soul rest in Abraham bosom and in eternal peace.

Mr. and Mrs. Steve Onyejekwe and family.
Posted by Tina Ibeleche on September 18, 2021
To my selfless,kind and caring mother.
A provider of unconditional love and support in my life.
Thank you for being my mother ,my comforter,my treasure and my best friend.
You are the rock behind my life and the best gift to me from God.

It has been the hardest thing to lose you.
You meant so much to me.
You will forever remain in my heart.
Your memories will not fade away.
I never wanted you out of my sight but your creator decides and I cannot question him. I will always remember our memories together, your unconditional love for me was exceptional. You never eats or sleeps without me on your side on daily basis. Our talks and laughter together I truly missed and right now, I feel lonely. "How I wish I can turn back the hand of clock". Mama, I love you so much and will always cherish every moment we spent together till your last day.
Mama, you may have gone but not forgotten. You will forever be in my memory. Stay with me alway and never depart from my dreams!
It's very hard to accept your demise , I know you are sleeping. Sleep very tight and sweet dreams mama till we meet to part no more.
You will forever be in my heart ❤

I always remember these whenever it is time to eat and I don't see you with me.

I will want you to remember we are not apart.
You are with me in my memories and in my broken heart.
One thing I want to ask of you is not to depart in my dreams.

You are forever in my mind.
Sleep tight mama.
Posted by Ola Daodu on September 18, 2021
Mama rest peacefully in the Lord.
You will be truly missed
Ije oma
Posted by Dorothy Ezeh on September 18, 2021
Mama Cee ga ije gi nke Oma. You were fondly looked after by your children for over 25 years in abroad. Travelling to Boston USA and Nigeria on holidays frequently. They made sure you changed environment every so often. I am witness to this. We attended several parties with you. I remember one occasion I came to join Cee for us to go to an event. You almost forced me to drink something while waiting. I had said I was OK but you insisted. You reminded me of my own mother of blessed memory. Women of good nature who cares so much for others. Mama Cee you deserve to be celebrated in style. Continue to rest in the bosom of your creator whom you love and worshiped relentlessly. Adieu Mama Cee. Dorothy Adaoha Ezeh
Posted by Avellina Okafor on September 16, 2021
Mama, you lived a fulfilled life.
You aged with grace.
And now it pleases the Lord to call you up to be with Him
The Lord has prepared you a resting place at His side.
May your sweet soul be rested with the Lord
Posted by Ukachi Ibekwe on September 16, 2021
Mama Cy, Nne Oma, Nwanyi mara ka esi agwo ihe ogwugwo. Mu na dim bia na ulo gi, iga gbaba n'ulo gwo Ugba anyi ataa ño miri. Chai!! Ijeoma. Ijeoma, la n'udo. Emesia, anyi ga ahu ozo n'ikpeazu.
Posted by Bernadette Coly on September 14, 2021
Mama was a very nice mother. I loved her like my own mother. She will be missed dearly. May she Rest In Peace, God bless her soul.❤️
Posted by Gozie Amaefule on September 1, 2021
Mama has gone to be with the lord, we are missing Mama already. Kind and gentle. May mama’, gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Familia Armstrong on September 1, 2021
You will always be missed.
Thanks for all you thought us both by wards of mouth and your lifestyle as a role model.
You are known for your hard work, God fearing and Good morals.
Nma and myself pounded a lot of freshly cooked green plantain in your kitchen. Cooked, ate and tested so many delicacies.
It took us time to get things right and when we did we got your smile of approval. That skill patience has followed us to our different homes and is paying off well.
You are a strong woman, one in a million.
You left beautiful, hard working men and women and an army of grand and great grand children ❤ . Am proud to be part of your life.
May your Gentle Soul Mama Rest in Peace Mama.
Take heart everyone for our lost.
Posted by Magella Nwimo on August 31, 2021
Dear Mama!
As you rest peacefully in the Lord, please pray for your children and all your loved ones. You will forever be cherished and remembered. Thank you for all your kind words
Posted by Adanze Nzeji on August 30, 2021
Mama, May your gentle soul rest in peace with the Lord. Amen. Until we see again.
Posted by Angela Abara Ogbonna on August 30, 2021
There is a time for everything on Earth. The time to be with God has come for Mama. As painful as it is, we must bow to the law of nature and creation. The fond memories shared with Mama will forever keep us going.
My dear friend/sister Eucharia, loved ones, please be consoled. Mama lived well. No doubt she's sleeping peacefully in the bossom of her creator.
Posted by Rosemary Okereke on August 28, 2021
Daanne Maggi as my late mum will call you, may your gentle soul rest in peace. You are gone, but never forgotten . We are all consoled because we know you are looking down and watching over the multitude of people you came across in your journey in life. May heaven smile at you and the angels surround you as you return to your creator.
Posted by Oby Nnadi on August 27, 2021
Mama, you lived a good life and left beautiful memories for your loved ones. I thank God for giving me the opportunity to meet such a virtuous woman. Continue to rest in peace nwanyi obi oma.
Posted by Titus Ogugua on August 27, 2021
You may have passed on, but your memories will always live with us. Thank you for your sacrifices, your care and concern, your love and everything that you have done for me. Wherever you are, I know you are in a much better place. I will be forever grateful and thankful that you are my grandmother.
Posted by Godspower Clement on August 26, 2021
May the gentle souls of the departed through the mercies of our Lord rest in the bosom of our Almight God , Amen.
Posted by Linda ALOZIE on June 27, 2021
May mama's soul and the souls of the faithful departed continue to rest in peace Amen.

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Posted by fran Ogugua on January 13, 2022
My dearest sweet mother and friend. Just like a joke, it has become real that you have left us physically but we have the assurance that your soul has found peaceful rest with your maker and your spirit together with the spirit of the living God guides us forever. Continue to rest in his pleasant bossom mama, till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Tina Ibeleche on January 13, 2022
Good morning mama
Posted by Affia Okoreaffia on December 2, 2021
The Angles danced and rejoiced on 12th January 2021 when you arrived there.
Their gain is our loss.
Your family and friends are missing you too much.
Your legacy will last forever.
Thank you for being such a caring and wonderful person.
Till then.
her Life

Ezinne Lolo Margaret Nwanyiugbo Odoemena-Ogugua was born to the family of Mr. Ihuoma and Mrs Ubadionu Emengaha of Umuchima, Umuawada Onicha Ezinihitte LGA Mbaise, Imo State Nigeria on the 11th day of September, 1930.

She had her primary school education at Holy Rosary School Ogbor Nguru, Mbaise between 1944 and 1950 where she completed and passed her standard six examination in flying colours. She was one of the best among the first set of young girls that went to school in Umuawada Onicha at the time when the condition for training the girl child in school was based on selection of the best amongst the brilliant.

As a young girl, she faced the trauma of losing her dear mother to the cold hands of death through small pox infection in 1949. To make the matter worse, was the fact that she did not have the opportunity to witness where and how she was buried.

In 1951, she was sent to Holy Rosary School Amakohia, Ihitte Afoukwu by Rev. Sister Mary Cullman where she taught for one year before she got married in 1952 with high hopes; only for her hope to be dashed by the sudden death of her husband while she was three months pregnant of her first son, Chukwuma.

However, life smiled at her again, when she later got married to Chief Ambrose Odoemena-Ogugua (Agadagbachiri Uzo 1) of Eziudo Mbaise. The marriage was blessed with seven children who have all excelled in their various fields through her courage, persistence, hard work and endurance.

She relocated to London in 1992 after the death of her husband to live with her first daughter, Mrs. Cecilia Olujie Ibe, whom she stayed with, until January 2021, when she went to be with the lord.

Until her death, she remained faithful and committed to her Catholic faith serving God and humanity and passionately doing her corporal works of mercy by supporting and helping her fellow women, the poor and vulnerable, to rise above their original state in every way she could. She was an ardent giver who never failed to share the little she had with the needy in every capacity.

While in London, she dedicated her life to charity and still stayed connected to her root. She never left her church dues/levies unpaid till death. A commitment which earned her the award of Ezinne title by the Christian Women Organization of St. Thomas Catholic Church, Eziudo, Mbaise in 2011. She was a strong pillar of support to her family, church, friends and people who came across her. She used her Godly endowed golden voice to praise God and led Umunebia Women Dance Group during her time.

Ezinne Lolo Margaret Nwayiugbo Odoemena-Ogugua lived her life to the fullest as God compensated her pains and losts with more joyous years, under the proper care and affection of all her children, who live in London and USA where she travelled to severally. She is survived by children, many grandchildren and great grandchildren.

It is hard to say goodnight to a real mother and rare gem indeed. She will be greatly missed by her family, friends, relatives and those who knew her.

Ezinne Lolo Margaret! Nneoma puru iche 1, the Golden Voice of Eziudo, Nwanyi obioma, Lady stainless, Mirror in the Sun, the shining star, Rest in the bossom of the Lord your creator, lover, and keeper of your soul, till we meet on the resurrection morning to part no more.

 Adieu! Ezinne Margaret.

Adieu!! Danne Maggie.

Recent stories
Shared by Mercy Ahamefula on August 26, 2021
I met mama in the meeting, mama was really happy to meet me and was happy to tell me that my late auntie, my father elder sister is her dear friend, l did called my late father to confirm mama story, my late dad was really happy to hear that l met mama that  year, it really made my dad to remember her late beloved sister.
Mama, was a honoured woman,very down to earth, she is indeed  great mother, Ezinne.
Mama may your soul rest in peace. 
Mama will forever be in our heart ❤ as a great woman.