Let the memory of Mary be with us forever.
  • 83 years old
  • Born on March 7, 1936 in Adazi-Nnukwu, Anambra, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on March 11, 2019 in Nnewi, Anambra, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Mary Oguejiofor (aka Mamao, Ifeatu) 83 years old , born on March 7, 1936 and passed away on March 11, 2019. We will remember her forever. 

Please click on the LIFE tab above to access a PDF file of her Biography.

Posted by Teddy Umeh on May 25, 2019
May her gentle soul Rest In Peace
Posted by Chinakwu Odenigbo on May 14, 2019
Dearest Mamao, I write this tribute with a very heavy heart. I miss your sweet sweet smile and the joy you always radiated whenever I was in your presence. Every time I came to visit, you would always ensure we prayed together. You were an example of how one should aim to live a good Christian life. I know you are in the presence of God and his angels watching after us all. I pray that you are resting well in heaven. May your memories continue to live on with Uncle Ogonna, Uncle Emeka, and your other children. I miss you dearly Mamao. Adieu, Mamao. May God bless the entire Oguejiofor.
Posted by Uzoma Odenigbo on May 9, 2019
Mamao, we thank God for the good and exemplary life of patience and Godliness you lived despite the immense pain and discomfort you felt. We all learnt a lot from you and your life is a great lesson and testimony in unfailing love and trust in the almighty. These are true Christian qualities. Each time I came in to see you, you will enquire about my prayer life and then urge me to pray ceaselessly for you. I have no doubt that you have found the much deserved peace in the Lord's bossom, where you truly belong. We can only rejoice for we know you are in a better place, but because we are human and share so much love,we cannot help but feel sad about the loss. Rest peacefully in the Lord's bossom until we meet to part no more. Adieu beloved mamao!
Posted by Joyce Mbugua on May 7, 2019
Dear Mavis, Emeka and your entire family please accept our sincere condolences. we pray that God gives you strength during this difficulty time. Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, Love leaves a memory no one can steal. The beautiful photos with your mom surrounded by her children and grandchildren clearly shows your mom has left you with Love that you will cherish forever. This is truly a beautiful honor and a celebration of her life. God bless you all. Joyce and family Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Posted by Chinedu Oguejiofor on May 7, 2019
TRIBUTE TO MAMA OSY MY AUNT “God saw that she was getting tired, a cure was not to be. So, He put His arms around her and whispered, “Come with Me” For everything there is a season and a time for every matter under heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die. 70 years is all we have, 80 if we are strong-Psalm 90 vs. 10. At 83 years, Mama Osy as we fondly called her, was super strong. Nonetheless, our Christian belief teaches us that the death of a Christian is a passage into eternity. Christians really don’t die, they fall asleep in the Lord. The New Testament is clear on this. To be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. But the body sleeps until the last day. Our beloved Mama Osy, has just fallen asleep ahead of us and she fell asleep with style, with prayerfulness, with faith, with courage, with grace, and with a heart filled with love and affection for all. Mama Osy, family meant everything to you and perhaps one of your greatest accomplishments, was building a strong family and home environment. Your children and grandchildren were your treasure and your gift to them is a lasting heritage. You took special and utmost care of your children and ensured that they all attended some of the best schools in the country and came out with sterling performances which reverberated all over and we know you were very proud of the way they all turned out which is a testament to all your hard work, sacrifice, commitment and love for each and every one of them. Together with your late husband, Gwazuora and our late father Akunnia, you taught us all the value of family relationships, love for one another, and how to ever remain committed and loyal to them. You made personal sacrifices to keep the family united and strong including making one of the biggest sacrifices ever, of giving your son Okey up for the priesthood. Without doubt, no sacrifice can be greater than this. Indeed, your sacrifices did not go unnoticed and will never go away from our consciousness and that of the Church, the body of Christ. You continued to show tremendous interest and support for the family and genuinely worried and prayed when you felt that things were not going the way they were supposed to and gave useful and constructive advices. We know you were proud of the way we all turned out which is a testament to all your prayers and love for each and every one of us. You bore your illness with equanimity, absolute faith in God and courageously too and never failed to tell us that you were going through your own purgatory in life as a preparatory ground for divine glory in Heaven and we have no doubt that you are now resting in the bosom of our Lord. Each time we visited you, you ended up offering prayers for us and showing more concern for our well being and safety. You lived your entire life in consonance with the Christian tenet and was a prayer warrior in every respect. Your life was Christo-centric - you lived in Christ and died in Christ and thus shared in the victory of Christ over death. Your death is a celebration of life, for our Christian belief assures us that those who lived in Christ and died in Him shall share everlasting happiness in His bosom. Yours was a life that impacted positively on the lives of others I am happy that you died in Christ who is your hope in death and as death is inevitable, every mortal must die. I console with the word of God in the book of wisdom 3:1-4, that the souls of the righteous is in the hand of our God, no torment shall ever touch them for their work will follow them. Your passing on is indeed a celebration of life, for our Christian belief assures us that those who lived in Christ and died in Him shall share everlasting happiness in His bosom. Yours was a life that impacted positively on the lives of others and I am exceedingly proud to be your nephew. Rest in peace dearest Mama Osy! Adieu, until we meet again, to part no more. May your gentle soul rest in the bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ. To God be the glory for a life well lived. Your nephew, Chinedu Oguejiofor, FCA
Posted by Adango Miadonye on May 5, 2019
We sympathize with our beloved family friends Emeka and his family for the loss of his mom. May the Almighty God comfort your family at this difficult time. We will keep you and your family in our prayer, and May her soul rest in perfect peace in Jesus name.
Posted by Matthew Ekechi on May 3, 2019
My family is deeply touched by the passing of our dear friends' - Cosmas, Ossy, and Father Oku - Mom. We believe that her legacy of a fulfilled life highlighting positive impact on humanity through tenacious engagement with Community and missionary activities guarantee her a place in Heaven. May God comfort your entire family and grant her Soul eternal rest. From The Family of Matt and Rosy Ekechi (USA).
Posted by Chika Nee Iloghalu Nduagu... on May 2, 2019
Mamao, I knew you from my childhood and experienced your willful humility in the " Cross." You shared your time with us smiling beautifully from your heart, a rare quality in most people in your condition. You planted seeds of kindness, all to a row. I saw in you, a life of a true ambassador of Christ living out your cross and made it appear easy and light. This your sacrificial love is a little bit of a heaven to me, a virtue I personally encountered the number of times I had sat to chat with you in your chosen dwelling place in your house. My husband encountered your comforting hand of care on one of our visits from Oraukwu, and commended your wisdom which you cheerfully shared as through the saviors great Love. With all my heart, I say, adieu mamao for your smiles, and joyful times you shared. Mamao's life prayer of "Not my Will, Yours be done." will remain in my memory. To Ossy, Mekus, Fr. Okey, Ogonna, Nnabueze, & Ngoo, and all the Oguejiofors, please take solace in Mamao's legacy, & virtue of " Willful humility." Adieu, dear!!!
Posted by Kene Oguejiofor on May 1, 2019
Grandma lived a life graced by God and was always seeking to spread his love and teachings through her wisdom and kindness. As her words and memories live on through my father, I hope to ensure her love & kindness continue to live on through me.
Posted by Uche Odenigbo on April 30, 2019
Mamao, You will be forever missed,you were unwavering in your Christian faith which gives us solace that you are resting in peace in the bossom of the Lord.
Posted by Ikenna Oguejiofor on April 29, 2019
Grandma was someone who loved us, and I know will continue to watch over us from heaven. From our first family trip to the village, she has always been supportive and prayed for my own happiness. Thank you for the words of wisdom throughout the years and the loving memories.
Posted by Victoria Okafor on April 29, 2019
Dear Cos, Lilian and the entire Oguejiofor's family, Our hearts and prayers are with you in this difficult time. We mourn and also celebrate with you, the great life that Mamao lived. May the good Lord continue to bless her legacy and may her memories live on, bringing solace to your hearts. Adieu Mamao! From Isaac and Vickie Okafor, Tennessee, USA
Posted by Ifunanya Anozie on April 29, 2019
TRIBUTE TO A WONDERFUL MOTHER AND FRIEND MARY NKEMFULU OGUEJIOFOR (MAMAO AS WE CALLED YOU) I met you about three years ago and it was as if you gave birth to me. You accepted and loved me as your own second daughter after your only daughter, Ngozichukwuka. The trust you had on me was enormous which made you spend hours with me filled with significant stories of your life and the family. These stories integrated me properly into your family. I will surely miss your good and sweet memories. Your illness was a big cross but you told me always that you were undergoing your purgatory on earth and would go straight to God after your terrestrial existence. I prayed for you always that God should grant you your heart’s desire and I hope you are now resting in the bosom of the Lord. In your pains, you knew God, loved Him and remained ever joyful, peaceful and grateful for God’s superabundant blessings upon you and your family. You were a great woman of faith. Although you had challenges as regards physical mobility for many years, you remained current through reading of the dailies, scriptural and inspirational works, and listening to social media. I remember your most popular station, Radio Sapientia, based at Onitsha, which you always tuned on to and constantly and vicariously participated in the Eucharistic celebration, the daily recitation of the Angelus and the Divine Mercy prayers. I remember the Divine Mercy we prayed together. How you articulately recited the long and inspiring prayer in English without even reading it from a text. Mamao, I really will miss all those gracious moments I shared with you. Your generosity was contagious because you and I exchanged small gifts as friends, and as daughter and mother, this I will also miss very much. Your life touched my life in a very special way and gave me a different perception about pains and sufferings as you usually said; "Let God take control" There was no room or even need for worrying as you entirely surrendered yourself to the will of God in the circumstances of your life. I will forever miss your physical presence, but your sweet memories cannot be lost, and I hope and pray that we will meet again to part no more in God's kingdom in Jesus’ name. Amen. REST IN PEACE MY BOSOM FRIEND AND MY MOTHER. Sr. Ifunanya Anozie.
Posted by Chioma Oguejiofor on April 28, 2019
For every life has a purpose to fill, a purpose which us humans can seldom infer. But Grandma was a gift from heaven, whose purpose was to make this world understand what love, friendship, goodness, and humbleness was all about. Goodness belongs to heaven, and I know she is watching us from there, bestowing her beautiful smile upon us. May her soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ezekiel Onyebueke on April 28, 2019
Dear Cos and Family May The almighty God be your strength during this mourning period. Even though Mamao is gone we know that she is resting in peace with the lord in heaven. Mamao lived an examplary life on earth that we all should emulate. She was a very simple but very gracious woman. She will be dearly missed. May her soul Rest In Peace .
Posted by Chibeze Oguejiofor on April 28, 2019
Grandma, as your grandson, I would like to thank you for all that you have done for our family. You are our cornerstone. You provided numerous children, who are my wonderful parents, aunts, and uncles. You made our trips back home even more pleasurable and insightful. Although we mourn your loss severely, we are comforted by the fact that you are in a better place now - resting with Grandpa and the Lord. We love you Grandma, and you will be missed.
Posted by Maryann Nwizu on April 28, 2019
Dr. & Dr. (Mrs.) Steve Okoye Family of Ikenga Ogidi, parents of Dr. (Mrs.) Lilian Ngozi Oguejiofor, wife of Dr. Cosmas Nnabueze Oguejiofor THE HOME-GOING OF OUR SAINTLY MAMAO. IFEATU lived A Most Catholic Christian Life of UNSHAKABLE FAITH IN THE ALMIGHTY GOD. With Great and Inimitable Fortitude and Equanimity, she Cheerfully Bore her Ailment of over Thirty Years. That MAMAO will Unequivocally Forever Remain IFEATU (A ROLE MODEL) for ALL who knew Her is Our CONSOLATION. We ALWAYS QUOTE MAMAO’s OWN CONCEPT Of What Should Be Our Attitude To PAINS OR SUFFERING: “O BU UGWU CALVARY ANYI KA ANYI NA-ARI”!!! MAMAO’s Upbringing is Worthy of Mention. Often She would CITE Her Own Father in happy jests: “Thank You God My Heavenly Father!” Ma o burukwa Nna m, MAMAO would add. It is little wonder, therefore, that Coming from this SOLID CATHOLIC BACKGROUND, MAMAO’s Son is A Reverend Father and her Younger Sister’s Daughter is A Reverend Sister!!!! May MAMAO’s GENTLE SOUL REST IN PERFECT PEACE. AMEN.
Posted by Emeka Oragwu on April 27, 2019
mama came , saw and lived an exemplary life of peace ,love and unity . She has left behind people who really cared and loved her , people who at this time would be wandering why now . Her efforts and contribution to mankind would continue to live in her children , and grand children that she has left behind . We all would definitely miss you . May the almighty Lord grant her the peace and love you Shared in Jesus name! Amen ... Emeka/Milady/Emy /Azee
Posted by Dee-Dee Oguejiofor on April 27, 2019
A beacon of light when darkness threatened. A physical manifestation of love and benevolence. Grandma, you were someone who looked beyond yourself. You looked towards your children and grandchildren with the pride of a warrior. You were strengthened by the vines of your lineage, and we all knew that God channeled his grace and fervor through your spirit. Your joy even carried through the thousands of miles separating us. I love you Grandma. Thank you for always teaching CJ and I to be strong in hard times. I loved getting to know you and your life stories. May your beautiful soul rest in Heaven with Grandpa.
Posted by Beatrice Nwiloh on April 26, 2019
May your soul rest in peace with the Lord in heaven, for the little I know you , you always wears an enviable smile and a symbol of what happiness ought to be. Bony Akwuba
Posted by Ogonna Oguejiofor on April 27, 2019
Mamao, we believe you are resting in Peace in heaven. You firmly believed that you are heaven bound, and will see no other purgatory in the after life, having paid your dues in your earthly sojourn. Our people say "onyekwe, chia ekwe". " Jee nke oma". You will be forever missed till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Chetanna Oguejiofor on April 27, 2019
Spoke with my Grandma few days before her passing and she emphasized on the importance of prayers and family. She was a big part of my life growing up and always made sure she put me on the right path when i was being stubborn. I'll forever remember the great love and care she showed her grandkids and those memories will be cherished and passed on to future generations. Goodbye Grandma till we see again.
Posted by Beatrice Nwiloh on April 26, 2019
The family of Oguejiofor may the Lord bless and comfort you during this time of grief.May the memories held deep within your heart, help to soothe you.Gone from our sight,but never our memories,gone from our touch,but never our heart.Our thoughts and prayers are with you.With heartfelt sympathy. On Behalf of the Nwiloh Family
Posted by Beatrice Nwiloh on April 26, 2019
To the Oguejiofor family, sorry for the loss of your mother. There is no Precious person in the world than mother. I totally understand how you are all feeling, l know she can't be replaced but be assured that love never dies. Cherish those precious happy moments/days/years together. I pray you all keep the faith as "Mamao" has ran the good race and is now reunited with her creator.As well now interceding for us.My sincere condolences to all her loved ones. On Behalf of Bonny & Beatrice Akwuba Family
Posted by Benjamin Oguejiofor on April 25, 2019
Mamao, Your demise caught me as a shock and I still can't believe you are gone. We will surely miss you. You lived a great life worthy of emulation. In times of distress you had this calm personality and I always remember you saying that no human being can make you take your life. Your spirituality and morality were worthy of emulation and defined your strong character. As an undergraduate, I frequently visited Adazi during our break and one of my cherished moment was to swing by and hear your words of advice, while enjoying your good meal. Before I left the country for graduate studies, you took time to write me a letter advising me to to work hard and always be prayerful. Adieu Mamao, continue to rest with the Lord. May your soul rest in peace! Ogbonna.
Posted by Glenna Quinn on April 25, 2019
We extend our sincere sympathy to Emeka, Mavis and the entire Oguejiofor family on the loss of their beloved mother, Mamao, of blessed memory. We join our voices to those of others in giving praise to God for a life well lived and believe, from all we know about her, that she is resting safely in the arms of Jesus. These words from a beautiful hymn provide us with that assurance: For those we love within the veil, who once were comrades of our way, we thank thee Lord for they have won, to cloudless day. There are no tears within their eyes; with love they keep perpetual tryst: and praise and work and rest are one, with thee O Christ. Sleep on and take your rest Mamao. Willie and Glenna Quinn, Antigonish, Nova Scotia
Posted by Chris Unanwa on April 25, 2019
Dear Cos and Emeka, Our deepest sympathy is with you as you mourn the loss of your dear mom, Mamao. Judging from the quality gentlemen (Emeka, Cos, Fr., and others) she nurtured, which can only be possible by a disciplined upbringing, it is evident that your mom lived an exemplary motherly life. The adage that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree is very much validated here. My family and I will keep you in our prayers as you travel home to give Mama a befitting burial. May our good Lord welcome Mama's soul in His kingdom. Chris, Akudo, Nnaemeka, Kelechi, and Chiemerie (your Godson). Sacramento, California.
Posted by Hilda Obi on April 25, 2019
Mamao was an extraordinary person whose life was worthy of emulation and celebration. I only met her a couple of times but she made a lasting impression on me. Her words of wisdom were impeccable and worthy to be emulated. She lived a Christlike life and dealt with her challenges with faith and joy knowing that God always took great care of her. It would be hard to find a person that can bear her cross the way she did. We will miss you so much Mamao! Rest in perfect peace in the bossom of our Lord until we meet again! LadyU Obi
Posted by Victor Obi on April 25, 2019
Mamao! as she is fondly called is a one-of-a-kind individual that deserves to be celebrated and honored. I met her for the first time in 1985 in Adazi Nnukwu during a party organized by my bossom friend and her youngest son, Cosmas Nnabueze Oguejiofor. When I arrived for the party, all dressed up, I went to introduce myself to her and say hello. After the pleasantries, she looked up at me, smiled and said "Nnaa, do you work for Michael Jackson?". This question caught me off guard and was in reference to my jacket which looked like the Michael Jackson jacket in the Thriller video. Her question made me laugh so hard and I appreciated her humor and sense of it. She was a disciplinarian whose tough love helped all her children to become better people today. Her character and positive attitude are attributes that are worthy of emulation and It is really hard to find a person that could go through her circumstances with such grace, dignity and happiness. We will miss you so much Mamao! Rest in perfect peace ! Victor Obi
Posted by Ijeoma Ozoh Nee Oguejiofo... on April 24, 2019
Mama Osy as she was popularly known was a symbol of contentment and simplicity. From the time we were young children and visited Adazi often, she always welcomed us with a warm smile. Over the years, she constantly gave us advice about being prayerful and trusting in the lord. She has fulfilled her destiny and gone on to be with the lord. May he grant her eternal rest and peace.
Posted by Mirian Onyebueke on April 24, 2019
Dear Cosmos and family, accept our sympathy for the loss of your beloved mother AKA (Mamao Ifeatu). Even though we are saddened by her death, we know that she is resting in heaven praying and watching over her children. May her soul Rest In Peace. She will be forever be missed
Posted by Anthonia Obioha on April 24, 2019
Mama Osy as we always call you.You are a special Aunty to us. You always say things as you see it undiluted and we love you for that.Whenever i came to visit,you always say “The Lord is your Shepherd “.Truly the lord is your Shepherd. We are going to miss you Audieu Aunty.
Posted by Stella Oguejiofor on April 24, 2019
Mamao you are greatly missed, the last time I saw you, we had prayer sessions and you prayed for the entire family,you looked so strong and agile so the news of your death a few months later was a huge shock. May you continue to rest in peace, you were an icon and a pillar with calm nature, Mamao you will forever remain in our hearts, we love you♥️
Posted by Chinelo Eke on April 24, 2019
Mamao, you left us unexpectedly and I never had the chance to say goodbye. But I am consoled by the fact that you are resting in the bosom of our Lord. You were an inspiration to all and lived a very exemplary life. I remember how as kids you will force us to recite endlessly the rosary in Igbo, surely, I will miss you especially all the olden days tales you so graciously told. Adieu Mamao.
Posted by Joan Chinelo on April 23, 2019
Tribute to my Beloved Aunty. Mama Osy, your death was a shock to me. All the same, to God be the glory. We take solace on the fact that you lived an examplary Christian life. You were an epitome of humility,patience and generosity. Despite your health challenges you were always cheerful and happy. Yours faith and absolute surrender to God's will really are virtues worthy of emulation. I cherish so much the time spent with you. I remember your stories of past events which are so captivating and most of which I did not even know before. Your advice after my husband's death has been wonderful and has helped me a lot. Prayer has always been your bedrock and you always emphasis on it's importance just like your father-my grandfather-Francis Umeh of the blessed memory. Sleep on wonderful mother on a blissful and heavenly bed prepared only for saints. You have fought a good fight, you have run the race and kept the faith. And now we pray that there is waiting for you that crown of glory which the Lord will give to those who wait on him with love. 'Je nke Oma' I do and will always miss you my Beloved Aunty. Barr. Mrs. Joan Mbonu (nee Ezekwe)
Posted by Joan Chinelo on April 23, 2019
Tribute to my Beloved Aunty. Mama Osy, your death was a shock to me. All the same, to God be the glory. We take solace on the fact that you lived an examplary Christian life. You were an epitome of humility,patience and generosity. Despite your health challenges you were always cheerful and happy. Your faith and absolute surrender to God's will really are virtues worthy of emulation. I cherish so much the time spent with you. I remember your stories of past events which are so captivating and most of which I did not even know before. Your advice after my husband's death has been wonderful and has helped me a lot. Prayer has always been your bedrock and you always emphasis on it's importance just like your father-my grandfather-Francis Umeh of the blessed memory. Sleep on wonderful mother on a blissful and heavenly bed prepared only for saints. You have fought a good fight, you have run the race and kept the faith. And now we pray that there is waiting for you that crown of glory which the Lord will give to those who wait on him with love. 'Je nke Oma' I do and will always miss you my Beloved Aunty. Barr. Mrs. Joan Mbonu (nee Ezekwe)
Posted by Livinus Obiano on April 23, 2019
Mamao was a mother par excellence.In spite of her ailment which manifested over three decades ago,she continued showering motherly love to all that came in close contact with her. Her stoicism in the face of agonizing pain is unparalleled.I observed as a young man paying frequent visits to her home, how anxious she wanted to ensure all visitors were fed well which often made them to lose sight of what she was going through. She will forever be remembered for her kindness,generosity,humility,Perseverance and exemplary christain life . Chike Obiano
Posted by Perp Enemuo on April 23, 2019
Mamao, knowing you for over three decades was, for me, a God-given opportunity to learn one or two valuable life lessons. The equanimity with which you accepted your health challenges was exceptional. Thank you for all the lives you touched in one way or another. May God reward you with the perfect rest you deserve and comfort all your loved ones. Amen.
Posted by Fidelis Oguejiofor on April 22, 2019
Mama o, you have always reminded us on the importance of doing the right things all the time right from when we were little.. We will always be grateful for that.. I vividly remember when you announced to be referred to as "IFE EJI AMA ATU" ( Ifeatu) & your favourite words like " YA GAZIE".. These are everlasting memories.. I believe you are presently in a better place... Rest on Ma... Till we meet to part no more.. Nnaemeka..
Posted by Melda Oguejiofor on April 22, 2019
Mamao was more than a grandmother to me, she was my rock. She moulded me into the woman I am today, she gave me the best pep talks ever, she helped me build my confidence. I remember when I was much younger she would make everyone around dance around me and I would be sitting on a special stool she called it “my queen’s stool”. She made me feel on top of the world. She made me feel special like I was specially created by God for her. I was always so happy to be around her because of the way she made me feel. This is a painful loss and she would be dearly missed but I believe so much in God has a reason for everything so I find solace in that. I believe you are resting in the bosom of the Lord. Rest on Mamao. Love, Your Queen.
Posted by Somto Oguejiofor on April 22, 2019
Thank you Grandma for all the prayers and songs you taught me as a child. You always encouraged me to focus on Christ and follow the righteous path. I thank God for providing me with the opportunity to listen to your teachings, wise words, stories and life lessons. I remember grandpa’s last days and how both you and grandpa constantly prayed and sang together. That inspired me so much and taught me to keep pushing even in times of difficulty. I Love you so much Grandma and I miss you but I’m happy you and Grandpa are together with Mary our Mother praying and interceding for Us. Thank you so much.........
Posted by Ifeoma Obiano on April 22, 2019
May the soul of Mamao continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen. Mamao is in heaven , she is praying for us and watching over us. May the life she lived on Earth be an example for us all. Mamao Adieu !!!!
Posted by Tiblet Kidanu on April 22, 2019
Dear Oguejiofor Family, please accept our heartfelt sympathy in the loss of the matriarch of the Oguejiofor family. While we grieve in your loss, we are also thankful to our Creator for granting her a long life and for raising such lovely and wonderful children and grand children. Our thoughts and prayers are with you as you prepare to celebrate a life well lived. Yours truly T.S Koko, Tiblet and Mina, from Halifax, Nova Scotia.
Posted by Joe Apaloo on April 21, 2019
Dear Emeka, Mavis and family: With sadness, we acknowledge the passing of your beloved Mamao. Looking at the 133 photos that feature Mamao with family and with extended family, we sense an infinite joy that was had by Mamao with many. It is therefore a time of sadness and a time of celebration. God bless you, give you comfort, and give you strength as you experience the sadness and the celebration of life. Joe and Sherry Apaloo. Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
Posted by Cosmas Emenyke Ndulue(ksm... on April 20, 2019
Mamao you left us when we taught that all is well with your health. We loves you mamao but God loves you best. May you continue to rest in peace. Nne Oma. To Ossynov my dear brother and siblings what shall I say. Take hearth we are all hurt by demise of mama. She came. Saw and conquered. I have no doubt in my mind that she has a place in heaven reserved for her in God's kingdom. Adieu!! Adieu!!! Mama Ossy. Jee nke. Oma Mama fada. We shall forever miss you. You are simply an embodiment of humility Mamao.
Posted by Albert Oguejiofor on April 21, 2019
Mama Osy, you were a rock on which the solid Oguejiofor foundation was built. You kept everything simple and above all taught us all humility and how to practice it. No problem was too big and you always said that with prayers, everything will be alright. Yes, everything will be alright. We thank you and we will miss you.

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