Let the memory of M.E. be with us forever.
  • 83 years old
  • Born on March 27, 1935 in Onitsha, Nigeria.
  • Passed away on March 11, 2019 in Enugu, Nigeria.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, M.E. Muoneke 83 years old , born on March 27, 1935 and passed away on March 11, 2019. We will remember her forever. She was a woman of commitment and devotion of all things she invested her time in. She is survived by her 6 children, 4 girls and 2 boys and other close relatives and in-laws. She had a passion for education that one could not deny.  Education was her life and she did everything in her surviving days to make sure she showed it. She was most recognized for being a Head Mistress of Ekulu Primary school in the 1970's. In the 1980's, she was the Head Mistress of University Primary School. Lastly, she was the Proprietress of the School of Infant Jesus & Mary.

Posted by Chinenye Nwangwu on May 6, 2019
What a precious woman! Only eternity can reveal the indescribable impact she had in the shaping and forming of so many great men and women. All of us who were privileged to have attended University Primary School during her time as Head Mistress are who we are because of who she was. So elegant and classy she was! A strict disciplinarian and visionary educator. Together with the likes of the Late Ms Emeka, she whipped us all into shape and we are all better for it. 
Rest in Peace, Legend!
Posted by Loretta Aniagolu on April 26, 2019
A TRIBUTE TO THE CONSUMMATE LADY EMMIE MUONEKE, NEE BROWN, (1935-2019)
I COUNT MYSELF AS ONE OF THOSE WHO WERE PRIVILEGED TO ENJOY HER CONVERSATIONS AND REMINISCES ON LIFE IN HER LATER YEARS. I ENJOYED HER CALM COUNSEL, FILLED WITH INSPIRATION AND GOOD CHEER. DESPITE HER EXPERIENCES IN LIFE, AS YOU CAN IMAGINE, AFTER OVER 4 DECADES ON THIS EARTH, HER VIEW OF LIFE WAS THAT OF GRATITUDE, UNDERSTANDING AND FULFILLMENT!
DESPITE HER OLDER FEEBLE STEPS, WITH HER VOICE THAT WAS ALWAYS A SOFT, BUT FIRM WHISPER, SHE MADE SURE THAT MY VISITS WERE TREASURES TO REMEMBER. SHE TOLD ME ONCE THAT LIFE THROWS ALL KINDS OF CURBS AT YOU, SOME EXPECTED, MANY UNEXPECTED. SHE SAID THAT WHEN LIFE THROWS PAINS WHICH SEEM UNBEARABLE, IT IS ONLY YOUR FAITH AND HOPE THAT KEEP YOU STANDING, BUT IN TIME, YOU COME TO REALIZE THAT YOU ARE REALLY HELPLESS, BUT FOR THOSE TWO, FAITH & HOPE, THE BACKBONE FOR SURVIVING LIFE’S ROLLER COASTER RIDE!
AS A LITTLE GIRL, GROWING UP IN ENUGU, I KNEW HER AS AUNTIE EMMIE. MY MOM, WHO WAS HER CLASSMATE IN THEIR TEACHER TRAINING TEENAGE DAYS, (BEING A TEACHER OR NURSE, WAS THE PROFESSION OF CHOICE FOR YOUNG GIRLS WITH PEDIGREE OF THEIR TIMES) FONDLY CALLED HER, BY HER FULL NAME, WHICH SOUNDED SO ELEGANT IN MY EARS, “EMMIE BROWN”, THOUGH SHE WAS MARRIED THEN. WE LOVED TO SEE HER, BECAUSE IN OUR EYES, SHE REPRESENTED CLASS, ELEGANCE, AND STYLE. THERE WERE A FEW OF THEM WHO WERE CLASSMATES, WHO MARRIED WELL AND HAD THEIR TEAM OF ENVIABLE LIFESTYLE, MAINTAINING THEIR ELEGANT PHYSIQUES, DESPITE HAVING CHILDREN AND SHOWING OFF AT SPORTS CLUB AND OTHER PLACES.
WITH THE BURDEN OF RAISING CHILDREN, MANY MOMS CHOSE TO STAY HOME, BUT AUNTIE EMMIE CONTINUED TO PURSUE HER LOVE OF TEACHING AND GROOMING LEADERS OF TOMORROW. KNOWN BY MOST KIDS ONLY AS MRS. MUONEKE, SHE FELT A PERSONAL VOCATION AND CALLING TO RAISING GOOD CHILDREN, PARTICULARLY, GIVING THEM THE BACKGROUND OF A SOLID PRIMARY EDUCATION. THERE ARE NOT MANY CHILDREN WHO GREW UP IN ENUGU, WHO DID NOT BENEFIT FROM HER COMMITMENT DEDICATION AND TUTELAGE, FROM EKULU PRIMARY SCHOOL, TO UNIVERSITY PRIMARY SCHOOL AND FINALLY HER OWN ENDEAVOR, SCHOOL OF INFANT MARY AND JESUS.
IT IS WITH AUNTIE EMMIE THAT I REALIZED THE TRUTH TO SHAKESPEARE’S STATEMENT IN MACBETH:  “THERE IS NO ART TO FIND THE MIND’S CONSTRUCTION IN THE FACE…”. I SAY SO BECAUSE DESPITE HER OBVIOUS HEAD TURNING LOOKS AND ELEGANCE OF THOSE DAYS, DEEP DOWN, SHE WAS A PHILOSOPHER QUEEN. SHE HAD BOTH BEAUTY AND BRAINS, AS WELL AS, DEEPLY PRAYERFUL.
THE ELEGANT MRS. EMMIE BROWN MUONEKE, ALSO LOVED HER HUSBAND PASSIONATELY AND THEY LEFT A TRAIL OF INTELLECTUALLY BLAZING CHILDREN, EACH ACCOMPLISHED IN HER/HIS OWN RIGHT AND PROFESSION, BOTH IN NIGERIA AND ABROAD. I FEEL PRIVILEGED TO CALL THEM FRIENDS AND JOIN THEM TO CELEBRATE THE LIFE OF THEIR MOTHER, A GREAT WOMAN OF SUBSTANCE, WHO WAS SUBTLE ABOUT HER ACHIEVEMENTS. AS THE LAST OF THE GENERATION OF OUR PARENTS PASS AWAY, WE LOOK BEHIND US TO SEE AND FEEL THE HOLLOWNESS OF THEIR ABSENCE. WE ARE TRULY OVERWHELMED BY THE QUALITY OF THE LIVES THEY LIVED AND THE SACRFICES THEY MADE TO MAKE GOOD OF US.
THANK YOU AUNTIE EMMIE FOR YOUR LIFE OF SERVICE TO CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS. THANK YOU FOR THE MANY WORDS OF COUNSEL AND WISDOM YOU SHARED WITH GENERATIONS OF CHILDREN. THANK YOU YOUR LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP. MAY THE ALMIGHTY RECEIVE YOU SOUL AND GIVE YOU A SPECIAL PLACE IN THE PARADISE OF THE GOOD. FAREWELL UNTIL WE SEE IN YOUR NEW CLASS OF GLORY!
WITH LOVE AND RESPECT…LORETTA ANIAGOLU
Posted by Chris O'Malley on April 14, 2019
Sounds like a great lady who made a huge difference to everyone around her. Easy to see why you would all miss her
Posted by Femi Giwa-Amu on April 14, 2019
Death knocks at our door daily with out any fear neither favour. So it is in our native language my surname Amu comes from the word "Aimulogire" which means "death is not only for the poor man".
I have pontificated on the ugliness of the name while thanking God my forefathers changed it to Amu.
Anyway my thoughts led me to the fact that poor did not mean financial poverty but a person in lack of goodness and mercies.
Afterall the wickedness in high places and evil Practitioners here death saw it fit to take my rich Aunty Emi!!!!!!
Aunty was rich in love. My aunt was a billionaire in love. She was too quick to forgive. I cannot remember a day when I heard her voice raised in anger. You may call her a politician as many did...she was simply an epitome of God's love.
Aunty was stupendously rich in grace....an elegance flowed from her. From her dress to her makeup to her eloquence. Her table manners and her smile. Her peace loving nature and her easy steps. It was for me a reminder that God's grace is sufficient for His followers.
Aunty was wealthy in mind and body. Of a sound mind was she. Who can doubt her ability as a teacher when almost all her children ended up as doctors and architects....well with one or two lawyers.....
My aunty was richly blessed with Abraham's blessings ....see Vivian, Emeka, Maureen, Ifeoma, Ofunne, Ugonna, and Lota....a nation of wisdom born to my aunt.
I won't be greedy. I wont take up space. Suffice it to say "Lord I thank you for the Matriarch of the Brown family you graced us with. A mother, wife, teacher, administrator, per excellence. She was the best gift of heaven to us."
As you journey into eternity Aunty, know that the Lord fulfilled His word in your life....you were a tree planted by the riverside that bore fruits in and out of season and watered by the living springs of the Holy Spirit. Richly blessed were you my Aunty. Richly to be blessed in eternity. The sojourn on earth is over. VICTORY is yours and now a beautiful rest well earned is your portion.
Aunty, Chukwu di ebube. His mercy is upon you. Your children do not know poverty or shame. They toi have been watered by tour goodness. Don't look back. Go on sweetest Aunty Emi.
Rest well my beautiful aunty. Rest well and know you live on in all our hearts.
Femi Giwa-Amu on behalf of the SIO GIWA-AMU family
Posted by Pamela Ogba on April 12, 2019
An icon is gone to meet our Maker. A woman of virtue and substance. I will never forget the discipline you instilled in us at University Primary School Enugu Campus which moulded me to what I am today. I will forever remain grateful.
Sleep on mom for yours is a celebration of life. One word for you, quintessential.
Posted by Ije Ezeuko on April 8, 2019
To a woman who held us spellbound. A goddess of some sort. She looked exotic and dressed to the nines with her anklet in tow. She was just different . Never has Enugu seen a finer headmistress as Mrs Emmy Muoneke. The Akpuaka kids benefited from her strict tutelage. She impacted on us strong moral and social values . Rest with the infant Jesus and Mary whom you always loved.
Posted by Ifeoma Mafeni on April 8, 2019
A woman of so many remarkable parts- God fearing and devout Christian, loving mother of Lota and all her siblings as well as so many others who you choose to look after or who ran to you for help. You will also be remembered always by so many of us as an exceptional Educationist who made a huge positive impact and raised a large number of global citizens from South East Nigeria. May your beautiful soul continue to rest in Gods peace. Your legacy lives on. Adieu.
Posted by Nini Okey-Uche on April 2, 2019
WHO KNOWS THIS GREAT LADY?
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Who knows this great lady?
Who knows where she's gone?
Who else knows my pain,
As she too was another Mum.
In Primary school she represented
Discipline, love and excellence
And today we can proudly say
Countless of us are the evidence.
From Enugu to Isseke to Atlanta
Mama held a huge spot in my heart
Who knows this great lady?
Oh! How deeply I am torn apart!
Nini Okey-Uche
13th March, 2019
Rest in peace, Mama. Our love for you will never die!.......Ah!....but this news sliced my heart, shaaaaaa!
.....Mama was more than a headmistress to me... She was family. Every time I had sleep-overs at theirs when we were kids, Lota and I always slept with 'Mama' in her room. I'll never forget being freaked out over the fact that literally everything was a glow-in-the-dark figure of Virgin Mary, a chaplet, some saint or Christ Himself...so when the room lights went off, 50 different 'lights' sprang on!
At a point, their home was even like a pilgrimage spot in Enugu as Mama saw a vision of the Virgin Mary in one wing of the house...!
When I had Jay-Jay in 2003, it was in Lota's place in Atlanta and Mama was one of the first to cradle him....... Or was it when I had Nkenso in 2012, ..... Mama was my special special house-mate at Lotas'.....I had ears, eyes, time and hugs for her. She would give the same gist over and over again sometimes....but to me, it would be new each time and I would sit lovingly rapt as she reeled...
For a long time, we have known this day would come sooner than later...but can we ever really be 'prepared' or 'ready' to lose a loved one???
My heart goes out to all the Muonekes,....(chief amongst whom is my sister of inestimable value - Lota), who are now orphans.... May the Lord strengthen them and heal their hearts. May He manifest Himself mightily and fill the voids created....May 'Mama's' remarkable soul rest in peace...as her legacy lives on for ever!❤
Mama...'loved you then and always will.
Your 'other daughter',
Nini Okey-Uche ....and her clan.
New York
USA
Posted by Angela Brown on March 30, 2019
My dearest mama, your death is a big loss to us all. You are in a better place. I miss you so much. Rest in peace.
Posted by A. Alvan Ikoku on March 26, 2019
I came under her unforgettable tutelage of this great lady.
She was a great administrator, I can so freely attest to that.
May her soul rest in perfect peace!
Posted by Olisa Igwegbe on March 24, 2019
What a big personality she was. I was one of the lucky ones to have attended UPS Enugu and she was revered because of the high standards she insisted upon as Head Mistress at the time.
I don't think any parent in Enugu when she held sway as Head Mistress, did not know her name .
I am happy to say that I am one of the kids she helped raise and much better off for it.
Rest in peace Mama with thy God.
Posted by Emma Nnabuife on March 24, 2019
Mama did a good race and has gone back to her maker. We shall forever miss her precious smiles, her warmth and her unceasing kind disposition.
As Christians we won't mourn without hope. Our consolation is that she did not die Christless.
Posted by Victoria Egemonye on March 24, 2019
Mama or Lota’s mummy as we call her, you will surely be missed.
Even though I didn’t attend any of your schools, I first met you as Lota’s mum, when we were in secondary school in FGGC Onitsha when you visited Lota.
Lota is my very good friend, and after secondary school we both went to medical school in UNN (Enugu campus) and you were still there for us as a mother.
I remember when you arranged an extra tuition in pharmacology only for Lota and I, to make sure we passed that subject.
Also whenever I visited Lota in Atlanta and you were around, we used to always go shopping together. You were very fashionable and you were conversant with all the latest fashions. I still have the lovely handbag that we bought together ,as you pointed out to me then , that was the latest in fashion at the time.
I will not forget that when I came from UK , to Atlanta to have my baby Zara in 2010, you were also there, you were the first to visit me in the hospital after I had the baby. As can be seen in the photos posted.
Mama, you will be truly missed by all. May you gentle soul rest in peace.
Vikki
Posted by Ugonna Nnabuife on March 23, 2019
The Iconic better half of our Late Icon "Onunekwuruoha " is gone too !!
A phenomenal epitome of finesse , rectitude and scholarship.
Your footprints of great legacy to uncountable many , Aunty , remain ETCHED in the annals of history. We shall miss and mourn you huge , but best , as Christians .
So , adieu Aunty, and do rest in the bossom of the Lord , IJMN , we pray, amen.
.....Just another quiet tap on all our doors with the imperative command of "Living Humbly Ready" , by HIS grace , as someday , definitely someday , breathe shall inescapably cease and we account on Divine endowments.
Posted by Chukwujekwu Ndaji on March 21, 2019
Am really very sad now. Actually the fact that we all live to die someday kinda makes life meaningless. One of the best things that happened to me in life was being a pupil of University of Nigeria primary school whose headmistress at that time was the very pretty lady, Mrs Muoneke. For the so many unique qualities they posses, my headmistress and my grade 5 teacher (Mrs Emeka) are people I hold in very high esteem. It's a pity we lost a beautiful soul. May her soul rest in peace.
Posted by Ifeoma Chiobi-Udegbunam on March 21, 2019
Mrs. Moneke, you found your calling with children through education. You did not take it for granted, you ran with it and did marvellously great by every child that went through your administration in Ekulu Primary School like myself.
For you, it was not just about going to school, it was about learning and being educated and educate us, you did.
You taught us the love of Christ early even when we did not quite get it.
You sowed great seeds and they are scartered the world over.
Thank you for all the work you did.
You are one never to be forgetten.
May the Lord Grant you soul eternal rest and let His perpetual light shine upon you.
Adieu Mrs. Moneke
Posted by Nnenna Ugbaga on March 20, 2019
....was i shocked at the news i read late last night, no because its the lot of all men to do so one day but the question is between those two dates, the dash reveals alot about the worth of an individual...and i must say Mrs. Muoneke was a force i reckoned with. University Primary School, Enugu was one of the best decisions my dad made for my sisters and i and seriously am always grateful to God for that. Yeah i was in that school band(smiling and emotional at the same time remembering) as a frontline recorder player as well as the melodyhorn and she raised the standards...standards i still identify with...does anyone remember us performing at wedding receptions, the red beret, red monkey jackets etc...life..oh!life...the morning news, the "good for you and your teachers' slogan when excellence was splashed for free during asesmblies...great women have gone sha...Mrs.Okereke (music teacher), Mrs.Ojukwu (my 6A class teacher) and now dear Ma....may her soul rest in peace. She impacted me as a child tremendously...I loved her and admired her so so much...wow...you were larger than life Ma'am...may you be rewarded for raising giants thru your lifetime....too much to express and say ...rest well...
Posted by Judy Emembolu on March 20, 2019
My Aunty, my educator, my mums friend turned sister , may your soul rest in peace with the Lord. You will be highly missed.
Posted by Nneka Okoye on March 19, 2019
Who can forget our dear Headmistress , Mrs Muoneke back in Ekulu Primary School, our formative years!
Quite tender, young and innocent we all were back then, Yet could relate and still appreciate her passion for excellence in education and the high standards set by her as an administrator of the school across the board.
Her poise, tutelage and competitive zeal for winning propelled us to the several winning positions our school’s matching troop attained then, both at the sports stadium and polo field back in the day!
Sweet memories!!!
A beautiful, Elegant, Classy, Fashionable, Education Legend, who was always in her stilettos is gone!!!
May the Lord grant her eternal rest and give the family the fortitude to bear this colossal loss Amen!
-Nneka Onyemelukwe Okoye
Posted by Ebele Igwilo Haughey on March 19, 2019
Words fail me to describe the way I feel right now. I cannot believe that Mrs Emy Muoneke is no more! The world has lost a truly incredible woman who spent most of her life putting others first and helping people achieve their dreams. You will greatly be missed.
We love you mummy and you will forever be in our hearts.
May your soul rest in perfect peace.
Amen
Posted by Doris Enwezor on March 19, 2019
Loved ones are like violins the music may stop every now and then but the strings remain attached forever. You left footprints on the Sands of my life and somehow , despite the ups and downs I always rise like a phoenix. You were my headmistress at Ekulu primary school and also a friend to the family. Nothing ever seems to weigh you down. Always advising, encouraging and showering praises. Thank you ma. I never forgot, I'm so sad I never got the chance to say , I couldn't have done it without you. Indeed this is the passing of an era. Farewell.
Posted by Uzo Izuora-Nsien on March 19, 2019
Dearest Mrs Muoneke,
You were a mother to me and a wonderful headmistress who taught me how to excel to great heights in school. You will be greatly missed and I know Mummy will having a blast with you in heaven. RIP, Great woman of God.
My family and I pay tribute to you....
Posted by Nze Nze on March 19, 2019
Mrs Muoneke, the headmistress of my school
Whose work was certainly on schedule
Oh! She is an enlightened soul
Preparing us for the future was her goal.
To me she was more like a mother
She was better than any other
She worked so hard day and night
She made University Primary School Enugu future bright.
There was mysticism in her eyes
She was so calm, so wise
There was serenity on her face
Symbolic of simplicity and grace.
She supported us with encouraging words
Her voice as sweet as chirping birds
She gave us freedom to have fun
And helped us show our talents to everyone.
Many a times she had to scold
But that was because she wanted us to be bold
She helped us mould our attitude
For her our hearts full of gratitude.
She taught us how important its to pray
She helped us when we forgot our way
She motivated us to make full use of our potential
She felt physical training was very essential.
She has a special place in our heart
How beautifully she played her part
We say that she is the best
Better than all the rest!!!

Adieu Ma.

...............Arinze Chukwuemeka Okeke Gerald (Class of '88).
Posted by Josie Onianwa on March 18, 2019
May our wonderful headmistress Mrs Muoneke rest in perfect peace. An intelligent, classy, elegant and loving woman. You had so much love to give and I will never forget you. You live on in my heart as you showed me soooo much love. I love you loads. Rest in the bosom of Jesus Christ. Jesus please heal the hearts of your children and family. You will be missed. Love, Jossy Isichei-Onianwa
Posted by Nkechi Mba on March 18, 2019
Tribute to my boss's mother
Truly elegant and regal in bearing. Your life shaped generations of young Enugu boys and girls and I hope you got a chance to hear how much of a difference you made in so many lives
I had the opportunity to be mentored by your son Ugonna at work and am proud to acknowledge him as boss and big brother, strong and resourceful, intelligent and resilient; he is a good man in any storm
Good night Mrs Muoneke, may your family be comforted
Posted by Dylan Thomas on March 18, 2019
Mrs M.E.Muoneke...... Where do I really start from? Apart from being a relative of mine. You were principled but also loving ( full of empathy)
You were educated not on the surface but also deep within( an educationist par excellence)
You were a moralist but also truly a love of Christ the proofs are written all over your life ( deeply spiritual)
You were a conservative but also a fashionista, your dressing woo and wowed lots of people ( your combinations where just incredibly perfect )
You were beautiful both inside and outside, it was clear for all eyes to see....
And today........"Aunti" as I remembered calling you, we shall miss you immensely but we talk solace knowing you rest with the one you love so very much, Jesus
Adieu Aunty rest on in the bosom of your Maker !
Posted by Ijeoma Edim on March 18, 2019
You were excellence and elegance personified,no wonder the breed of the world's most excellent young men and women all over the globe today that had their educational foundation birthed through you.. Not just missed ,but you will remain unforgettable. Aunty Muoneke you were fondly called ,mama by some of us close. You were a one woman army,who knew the route to excellence and you took us all through it,made persons like me believe we could take on the world. A woman who loved Jesus so much that prayer was like breath to her,no wonder her strength and indomitable spirit.
Aunty closer than blood;you were a personal person to the family, a counsellor,a teacher,our instructor,you stood up for me..you encouraged me uncountable times..that morning you passed on,you came to mind,I thought it strange,thought of calling my mum to ask after you,then 2days later I heard this. I wish I had seen you in your last days. You shall always remain blessed in our hearts..We will always Love you mama.
Posted by Chizoba Anyaefiena on March 18, 2019
I remember clearly like it was yesterday, the days at Ekulu Primary school. You were a disciplinarian, you were firm, you loved your pupils. You encouraged boldness, talent. No parent could mess with you. You instilled in us courage to face the world. We will miss you. You lived well. We need more people like you in the education sector.
Adieu Ma!
Posted by Chibuzor Olaniyan on March 18, 2019
Haa! Mrs Muoneke! Beauty, elegance and class. A mother and a disciiplinarian. You were my head mistress at Ekulu primary. You made us know 1st cor 13 the love chapter. You prepared me for life and am glad i passed through you. Rest in peace ma.
Posted by Afam Okeke on March 18, 2019
Thank you for all your efforts in raising me and all the disciplinary actions shaping us. May the mercies of God see you through.
Posted by Ogedi Amaechi Akabueze on March 18, 2019
Rest easy and rest well in the arms of the Lord Mrs ME Muoneke. I am a product of University Primary School Enugu Campus and I am all the better for it. The discipline and tutorship that I got under you can never be forgotten and formed a major foundational stone in my life. We were proud to be part of that school and all that it stood for. Thank you for being part of my early development. May the Lord surround your family with peace and succor.
Posted by Queens Enuguwestcoast on March 17, 2019
She left a great and indelible legacy through the many lives she touched as an Educator.
Posted by Chichi Bib on March 17, 2019
Mrs Muoneke, my beautiful and elegant headmistress at University Primary School, Enugu - May God bless your soul. You are indeed a legend even in death. You made an indelible positive impression to every pupil who passed through you notwithstanding the fact that you were the overall head and not a class teacher. At that young age, i knew you had a poise, you were eloquent, very intelligent and indeed absolutely
beautiful. You did not in anyway settle for less and that made the school quite enviable at the time. We were the best in all - 'Morning Information', match-past, debates and quizzes. These were achieved as a result of your underlying effort. Your aura and impact was so evidently visible even to the blind in the school. You had time for every parent, pupil and indeed all the teachers. You were never discriminatory and never failed to strongly reprimand where necessary without fear or favour.
It's really amazing how some memories just stick!
I remember very well your tactful intervention when i was given an overboard punishment by my class teacher in primary four. This was more than thirty five years ago. My dad lodged the complaint and you instantly stood up to it and did the needful.
I have always remembered you and wondered where you've been on earth. It would have been better celebrating you in life or probably dropping these lines as a birthday wish. However, life is full of circumstances and opportunities do not come so often.
Therefore, at this very moment ma, I wish you a safe journey to our maker, Our Lord Jesus Christ. You have made great impact on several lives and the best gift i can offer you now is my continuous prayers.
May your soul rest peacefully. Amen. God bless you and your lineage.
Chinyelu Chukwuemeka (nee nebuwa).
Posted by Nkiru Jibuaku on March 17, 2019
I can never forget the drilling we received in Grade 6 at University School Enugu Campus under your watchful eyes to ensure we passed the Federal Government college common entrance examination. You knew us each individually and knew our capabilities. You laid the foundation for my siblings and I to take on this world. You were a rare breed indeed. RIP Mrs Muoneke.
Posted by Ebele Okere on March 17, 2019
Mrs muoneke my headmistress at Ekulu primary school you will surely be missed!! Am amazing woman disciplinarian to the core. Adieu mama. Ebele okolo okere
Posted by Ifeoma Egonu Green on March 17, 2019
I remember you so well Ma.. Because of you I know 1st Cor 13.The most excellent way. You were my headmistress at Ekulu Primary school. You were such an iconic woman. May your beautiful soul rest in peace. Amen
Posted by Chinedu Agunobi on March 17, 2019
I want to start by thanking you, for helping me become who I am today. You always looked out for me, you called my late mother to come and register me in University Primary School, you where the best, you always showed my parents love. Thank you so much, I wish I was able to see you before you passed. I will always remember you in my prayers, you thought me how to pray, some of the prayers you thought me helped me a lot in my life, I appreciate every effort you made to help make me the man I am today. Thank you again... Rest in the Blossom of the Lord. You will always be remembered
Posted by Awa Amadi Awa on March 17, 2019
Mrs Muoneke was my Headmistress at Ekulu Primary School. A firm disciplinarian and warm hearted mother. Always there for her pupils. May her wonderful soul rest in perfect peaceAmen
Posted by Onyi Nkwonta on March 17, 2019
Good morning Mrs Muoneke, Good morning teachers, good morning my fellow students....morning information.
you will surely be missed.
You will always be remembered in our hearts for your great leadership..RIP Ma..
Posted by Cj Richard on March 16, 2019
A Rare Gem
Mrs. Muoneke, a great woman of immense substance. You were indeed one of a kind. I remember our morning assemblies, your speeches of responsibility and attitude though powerful were all so gentle. You laid the best life foundation for most of us (Enugu kids) both educational and spiritual. Personally,You saw through my tough exterior, took me from Mrs. Ojukwu's class and placed me in Mrs. Chiakwa's class (one of my many blessings) and for that i am grateful.
A timeless icon!!! May your kind and gentle soul rest in perfect. Adieu!!!
Posted by Ngozi Mbonu on March 16, 2019
Mrs Muoneke was also my headmistress in primary school, Great spirit, she was kind hearted , dedicated and a disciplinarian , she did not condone nonsense and she set the standard high for my primary school. University Primary School , Enugu , which happened to be one of the best primary school as at the time she was there. She dressed classily and inspired every child with her words. She stood for excellence and she was our icon.
You will be surely Missed Mrs Muoneke .
God guide you as you join the angels in heaven.
Adieu Mrs Muoneke .
Posted by Chioma Agu on March 16, 2019
You were a great woman, a mantle of leadership to all of us who attended university primary school at the time you were head.
You pushed us towards becoming great people. Thank you so much for having such great impact in our lives.
Rest in the bosom of our Lord ma..
Posted by Ada Ordor on March 17, 2019
Mrs Muoneke, dynamic headmistress of Ekulu Primary School, Enugu, my alma mater, who made it a beacon of excellence, may you rest in the LORD.
Posted by Chinelo Ubah on March 16, 2019
I owe so much of the discipline I have as a woman today to Mrs Muoneke. She was a disciplinarian to the core. She disciplined the students, teachers and even parents! She gave University Primary School a pride of place in Enugu just by the standards she set. As a growing child, I was scared of her but I remember her personal letter to me in 1988, delivered by my mother, when she wrote to express her joy for my sterling performance in the First School Leaving Certificate Examination of the previous year! I loved the fact that I impressed her! I never got a chance to meet you as requested but you were one positive influence in my life I can't forget. Thank you for those challenges of reading and reciting news items during assembly times. How those helped in building up our confidence and eloquence! Thank you for everything and now, may your gentle soul rest in peace!
Posted by Chito Nnadi on March 16, 2019
You were an Amazon, a woman of valour, you groomed us both in Character and learning, May GOD rest your soul,
Evergreen in our heart,
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Posted by Prof Felix N Madubuike on March 16, 2019
Mrs Emmy Muoneke was the wife of our foremost beacon, Chief V N Muoneke,The Onunaekwuruoha of Isseke, who passed on just recently. For the sake of love, Lolo Emmy Muoneke in spite of all the soft life provided by her loving and caring children, had to follow her dear husband. She was kind hearted, ever cheerful, and very generous. The Royal Cabinet, and infact the entire Isseke Ancient Kingdom, will surely miss her. While we urge the children to bear this great loss with fortitude, we pray for the peaceful repose of her noble soul.
Posted by Onyedika Akaolisa on March 16, 2019
May God rest your peaceful soul. Say me well to Mrs. Mabel Akaolisa, my mother, your bossom friend. Praying for your happy repose. - Fr. Onyedika Akaolisa.
Posted by Chukwuma Igwebike on March 16, 2019
Rest in peace. You will forever be remembered by the legacy you created at University primary school.
Posted by A Obu on March 16, 2019
Good night Ma - rest in peace.......
Posted by Uju Ogbunude Udeogaranya on March 16, 2019
Mrs Mouneke was my headmistres at University Primary school, Enugu Campus.She was a disciplinarian, she taught us how to work hard.The solid foundation she and her teachers gave us have continued to be a spring board for us to achieve greater heights. I remember her favourite song in those days, Infant Jesus!May her soul rest in peace! Accept my sincere condolences.

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