This memorial website was created in memory of our mom, Mercy Igwe who passed on to glory on the 31st of July 2019. 

Wed, 4th Sep, 2019.
Wake Keep
Time: 6pm
Venue: Late Sir J.O.N. Igwe's compound, Umuoloo, Umuokanne Autonomous community, Ohaji/Egbema LGA Imo state

Thurs, 5th Sep, 2019. 
7:00AM: Body leaves Imo Specialist Hospital, Umuguma, Owerri, Imo State.  
9:00AM: Lying in state at her residence, Late Sir J.O.N. Igwe's Compound, Umuoloo, Umuokanne, Ohaji Egbema LGA., Imo State.
11:00AM: Funeral service at St. Peters Cathedral Church, Umuokanne, Ohaji Egbema LGA., Imo State.
12:00PM: Internment 

Sun, 8th Sep, 2019

Outing Service
Time: 10am
Venue: St. Peters Cathedral Church, Umuokanne, Ohaji Egbema LGA., Imo State.


Please leave a condolence message or a tribute. If you have a story to share about how much mum meant, please click on the "Story" section and leave your message 
 Thank you for your support and prayers.
A heartfelt thank you for the support 

Posted by Joy Oparaji on August 1, 2020
Rest on Ada Raphael! Everyday, when I ve gist , I pick my phone to dial you but.... the void is enormous. I keep asking myself "why"? Your departure was too sudden, you left without a goodbye, no sign, no warning, no premonition, YOU JUST LEFT.

Emeka will give you updates on all that has happened in your absence when he writes to Dad. In summary, we are holding on. We are doing our best to keep the family fortified in unity.

Someday, I will have the courage to write a proper tribute to you.

You came and left your footsteps in the sand of times.....
Posted by Oge Igwe on August 1, 2020 are you over there dat it takes only immortality to get to?I know you are doing absolutely fine in Gods kingdom.Like I always say u just stepped aside to come back cos u neva truly died.You are here with me everyoda single second.Udo...nne oma
Posted by Aijay Chukwurah on July 31, 2020
Your demise ,
Heaven gained mum!!!
Posted by Aijay Chukwurah on July 31, 2020
Dear mum,
It feels just like yesterday here, our last conversation when u asked me about my mum inlaws health and we talk about so many other pending issue as at then...
I recall vividly that phone call from ogechi in the morning 31 july 2019 around 11am thereabout"ije gdmorn, morning oge..did u hear any news from the village and am like what news? Nothing oh...
Ok they just called me now that mummy arnt feeling too well and shes being taken to the hospital "surprised surprised, l was having a meeting with a client in his office at the airport, at that point upon hearing that mum has being taking to the hospital l just lost concentration immediately during the meeting, had to quickly end the meeting..
Fast forward to the rest of the day we kept trying to reach dee ike the person with u mom on that day all to no avail...
Only for sis nwaka to call me around 9:30 pm thereabout, the tone of that phone call stil ruminate in my head so loud....[ijeoma ijeoma ijeoma mummy don die ] omggggggggg and my phone dropped from my hand to the floor, l tried to contemplate the news but l just couldn't fathom it...
My eyes where wide open from that time til 7am the next morning the 1st of Augus couldn't find sleep....
And ever since then,its being pretty hard leaving without you,not hearing your voice , ur gist,your laughter,your yabbings ooh what a life...
Its being 365days and its just like yesterday,infact that date 31st july is now indelible in my heart of hearts...
Dear mum so many many things have happened since you left us, but l take solace in the fact each time l think about you that you are certainly in a better place where there is no more death nor pain, you lived a good life worthy of emulation, you loved and served the lord with all your heart and all of your resources @ your disposal, you were dogged, very courageous, very outspoken,very easy going, very strong, quick to forgive, very graceful,very endearing.
Dear mum you were everything wrapped up in one package....l thank God I was able to show you love nd care in my best possible way when you were around...
I can keep going on and on but l feel so emotional even writing this tribute, thoughts of you just keeps flooding my mind, spirit , soul and body...
Sometimes, somethings cannot fully be expressed in words but God knows everything...
Keep resting mum aka Dame mercy aka digital mama....

I love you endlessly mum...
Posted by Aijay Chukwurah on January 22, 2020
My sweet momma,we miss you every other day,i know u are resting in the bossom of the lord coz you leaved a good life,worthy of emulation...
So many things have happened since u checked out on the 31st of July..
Oh how we love and miss you, continue to rest at the feet of the master til the resurrection morning...happy posthumous birthday dearest mum...

Ezigbo nnem oma
Posted by Oge Igwe on January 21, 2020
Mama di mama. How you dey 4 yonder?hope u r not missing us too much oh as we are missing u everyday.happy belated 75yrs birthday as u continue 2 rest in d bosom of The Most High God.
Posted by Joy Oparaji on January 20, 2020
Happy birthday Ada Raphael. 

Still struggling to accept that you are not here with me.

I ve really tried so hard to keep the tears away but it just won't stop rolling down.

In the last six months, so many good things have happened to us and you are no where to be found.

They say " time heals the wounds " hmmmmmm.

How I wish I will wake up from this prolonged dream. My heart hurts. my heart bleeds.. the pains is just too much for me Mummy!

Rest on my warrior.

Happy 75th birthday!
Posted by Evelyn Wealth on January 20, 2020
Happy Posthumous Birthday Mama!!! Keep Resting on!!!
You will be forever missed !!
Posted by Yns Dab on September 26, 2019
wow mom!
i never knew missing someone could be like this. yesterday i had what you will call extra credit and had great news to share but you weren't there to rejoice with me on answered prayers. Maale, just a little bit more, just a tiny little bit longer but daily as i miss you, i know you are at home and i refuse to question God because Chi ma cha ihe niile. you will forever be missed and words alone cannot begin to describe all the emotions but Chi ma cha. missing you like kilode.
Posted by EJ Ulelu on September 9, 2019

Mama was a lovely woman who never hesitated to do good whenever it was in her powers to do so. She was very kind, same kindness I experienced from her children as neighbours.

My heartfelt condolences to the entire family. Although Mama's exit is painful, yet we cannot question her creator who gives and takes at His own will. Mama's life here on earth was outstanding and it's my prayer that the Lord grants her eternal rest in heaven.

Posted by Benson Akaiso on September 3, 2019
Adieu Dear Mama. You have been a mother to many. We will forever miss your joyful and gentle nature, words of encouragement and wisdom. You accepted us the way we were.

The inevitable has happened, what can we mere men do?

Our hearts mourn your departure yet we are glad you lived a fruitful and successful life.

Please continue to pray for us as you dwell in the blossom of the Most High God.

May God grant your family the fortitude to bear loosing you.

Rest in peace Mama....Amen
Posted by Farrah Cote on August 31, 2019
The legacy Mercy (my dear special friends mother) has left on the family is unmatched by any words that can be written. Even tho I have never met her kind soul I see her in Seth ❤ my deepest sympathies to all the Family and people who knew her...God Bless
Posted by Jude Akinnawonu on August 29, 2019
The memories of the righteous is blessed. May your gentle soul Rest In perfect peace, AMEN!
Posted by Sandra Nwaobilor on August 28, 2019
A thousand thoughts come to mind every second,but your demise was never envisioned.... But the consoling thoughts are that you lived a laudable life worth emulating and aged gracefully......may your beautiful soul rest in the bosom of our Lord...
Posted by Dr. KHase on August 28, 2019
Dear Joy,

It is with deep sorrow and regret that I received the sad news of your mother's passing. This is very sad indeed.

Please accept my deepest sympathy. I am sure she would have made a great impact on you, and your close family. Losses like this are irreplaceable, but we must take comfort in the fact that God has a plan for every one of us, and God loves us all. I pray that God in His infinite mercy will grant you and your family, courage and strength through this difficult time.

May her soul rest in perfect peace. Amen.

Warm regards,
Felicia Obozuwa​
Divisional Head ‑ Corporate Services Division
First City Monument Bank
Posted by Doris Daniel on August 27, 2019
The world is sincerely at a loss without you. Sometimes you don't even realize how important someone is to you until they are gone. I was extremely fortunate to have her as an aunt and a mother. She was the kindest person i have ever met, always full of smiles and very cheerful. I always looked forward to seeing you every xmas period when ever we come back home. I pray that God Almighty grants you eternal peace. Rest on Ma
Posted by Andy Wabali on August 26, 2019
I pray that the Almighty will grant you all the fortitude to bear this , I have never met Mama but working with Joy Igwe her beloved daughter for few years gave me an insight of the kind of person she was . The character and virtues Joy has clearly points to an upbringing by a mother full of wisdom and virtues. I saw Mama through the character and person in her daughter Joy Igwe.  A virtues woman , may her soul rest in peace. Amen
Posted by Charles Oware on August 25, 2019
I only met you a few times. The last time I saw you when Dad was in the hospital and I came with Khase. I immediately saw all khase has always spoken about. You are such a great person to know. After Dad passed on. I knew it was not easy for you but you held on. I always watched khase timeline to see that you have gone for visit, Such was wat i was expecting until I looked closely and saw the sad news. Well! I know for sure that you are happy where you are.
In ur little time on earth you really touched lives.

May your gentle soul continue to rest in peace. Amen.
Posted by Funke Ojemakinde on August 24, 2019
A great woman with a very good heart. Mummy was quite strong and industrious. Very loving and caring though strict about morals. God fearing and fearless. You lived a good life serving God and humanity. Rest in God's bossom. We love you.
Posted by Seth Igwe on August 23, 2019

it was with greatest shock that the administrator, priests, cathedral standing committee and entire members of the Cathedral Church of St. Peter Umuokanne received the news of the demise of your dearly beloved mother, Dame Mercy lgwe.

The entire congregation will miss her wise counsels, love and unparallel contributions to the growth of our church.
At this difficult time in your family, we pray that God will grant your family the peace that you need to get through this.

May God Grant Her Soul Eternal Rest.

Sincere Condolences!
Posted by Seth Igwe on August 23, 2019

Beloved in Christ,


I write to convey a deep heartfelt message of consolation by His Lordship, Rt Revd Chidi Collins Oparaojiaku PhD, Lord Bishop Diocese of Ohaji/Egbema, at the news of the death of your mother Late Dame Mercy Igwe, who is a Knight of the Diocese. Honestly, to him, it was a hardnut to crack, trying to assimilate and come to terms with the cause of this abrupt loss. The news came as a bombshell and has continued to trail his mind. Though her demise has left a vacuum, but He completely submits to the will of the Almighty God.

His Lordship recounts the benevolence of your late mother and her late husband having accommodated the Bishop at his coming and released their building to the church to serve as the office. Your late mother has doggedly responded positively to matters of concern and has unremittingly persuaded and corroborated her children to follow suit even after the demise of her husband.

His Lordship takes solace in the fact that she died leaving a legacy for the living to emulate. Kindly be assured that death is not the end of life rather a transition into the eternal journey of life. Here on earth we have sorrow and pain but we all long for a home where there is no night and where hunger and distress, by no means exist.

His Lordship commits you into the gracious hand of God and prays that the Lord grants you and the church at large the fortitude to bear this irreparable loss, till we meet to part no more.

Thanks and God Bless

Yours Sincerely,
Revd Engr. Michael Iroh, Bishop's Personal Assistant.
Posted by Dr. KHase on August 22, 2019
Tribute to Mama Mercy Igwe

The news of your demise came to me as a shock – it is so unfortunate and heartbreaking that you have to leave us at this time. When I saw your Facebook friend request about a month ago, I said within me “what is mama doing on Facebook” – and I accepted your request. In the process, you sent me your last words “I appreciate you my beautiful daughter” which I replied to not knowing that will be our last conversion with each other in this mother earth. It hurts so bad, but I know that our dear God will give your beloved children and your loved ones that you left behind the fortitude to bear this irreplaceable loss. Adieu mama Mercy, I love you and will miss you. Rest in Peace in the beautiful bosom of our precious Lord till we meet to part no more….
Stella Awujo - Ogwumike
Posted by Okhaide Akhigbe on August 22, 2019
Mama, we felt your love and presence through your awesome son Charles and his lovely family. We see all the qualities and values you instilled in him and we are privileged to have met you through him. Rest on mama and condolence to the lovely family you left behind.
Posted by Sharon Lucy on August 21, 2019
Oh What a perilous time we are into!!!! Dame mercy as you are fondly called I may have not know you in person, I may have not known or come in contact with your family for so long but the little time I did through the eyes of chimaobim simply shows indeed you are a mother to behold, an amazing woman . The mother and son relationship , how chi feels so excited whenever your calls comes in , the long conversation, the language the love that stairs out from just mere phone call was just amazing.. mama you know your children very well ,chi may never get over this, but I know for sure that even this world is not our own, Dame mercy please from heaven always remember your children cause I know you already seated with the Almighty in heaven.... God will continue to give the entire family the grace and mercy to hold on... Rip Mama!!!
Posted by PETER ALAWANI on August 20, 2019
On behalf of my entire family, I wish to express my heart felt condolence for the passing unto glory of your dear mother. Psalm 116:15 says “precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His Saints”! May the Lord grant you and your family the fortitude to bear this huge loss. Please take solace in the fact that you will meet with her again heaven! God bless you!
Posted by Omo Jesu on August 20, 2019
May the good Lord grant the Family the Fortitude to bear this great loss and May mama's soul rest in perfect peace... Amen.
Much Love ❤️
Sis Busola RCCG Messiah Parish
Posted by Olusayo Akinlaja on August 20, 2019
Unfortunately, I was not graced with the privilege to meet mama but I met one of the most selfless and amazing person in her son, Charles. I know definitely that he must have learnt from one of the best moms ever. You must have been a blessing to many and I pray May your legacy live on. May you rest peacefully in the bosom of the Almighty. Amen
Posted by Olumide Fatunase on August 20, 2019
May the soul of mama continue to rest in the bosom of the Almighty. May the Lord give the family the fortitude to bear the loss.
Bro. Olumide
Rccg Messiah chapel
Posted by Victoria Okoli on August 20, 2019
I met you when your daughter Ijeoma had Derek,and watched with delight as you played your 'omugwo' mama role in the Hospital .
Your Passing dealt a big blow, but we will not weep as though we have no have lived a fulfilled life here on earth . We are confident you have gone to be with the Lord.
Adieu Mama.
Posted by Joy James on August 20, 2019
You were one of the coolest persons and mother I met, I am happy for the opportunity to have related with you..Rest on.
Posted by Ogochukwu Ojika on August 20, 2019

To a mother who always welcomes you with a warm smile.
I remember when I lost my husband, how you would encourage me to fight and rise admits the challenges. You took my husband and i like your own children.
It's very painful to come to terms with the reality that you are no more. But I'm glad that you knew Christ, so I know you are in a better place.

Your legacy, your children lives on. In them I have found another selfless family.

Good night mummy, till we meet to part no more

Posted by Alireza Mohammadi on August 19, 2019
Never met you mom but had a chance of working with your nice son, Charles. I see how sad he is these days. Losing such a mother is never easy so please pray for your family momy. RIP.
Posted by Lo La on August 19, 2019
May your beautiful soul rest in perfect peace, Mama. Amen!
Posted by Zack Ahmed on August 19, 2019
May the good lord grant you everlasting peace in heaven and protect and unite the families you left behind.
Posted by Ajiri Evelyn on August 18, 2019
Tribute to a very friendly Mum who always smiles,Thank you for
the Legacy and smiles you left behind heart of many,We are comforted that you knew Jesus, May your Soul rest in perfect Peace.
Posted by Blessing Oyabure on August 18, 2019
Mama continue to Rest In Peace, surely you’re in the bosom of the lord. All you left behind are console and safe in Christ Jesus. We will continue to miss you till we meet again.
Posted by Lakhame Kenneth on August 18, 2019
Rest in peace mama, couldn't get to relate with you that much before relocating to imo state, mama that full of smiles and laughter, sister Eunice, ogechi, Emeka my roommate aka KHASE and Chima. I'm still with you guys in prayers. Adieu mama.....
Posted by Ritadolla Nkemjika on August 18, 2019
I never got to meet you in person, but the little I heard of and know of you through your son Chima, made me realize how wonderful and lucky your children are to have a mother like you. Rest in peace and know that you will forever live in the hearts of many.
Posted by Dr. KHase on August 17, 2019
From the desk of Hon (Chief) Collins O. C. Amadi
Onyirimba of Ohaji / Egbema Ancient Kingdom.

On behalf of my family, I commiserate with the entire family of Late Nze (Sir) J. N. Igwe on the demise of Late Dame Mercy Chinatu Igwe (Nee Ozuzuma) .
We received the sad news of her demise with immense shock which devastated us for some good days. Mum as I usually call her, was a woman decorated by nature with tremendous wisdom, humility, cheerfulness. Cared and loved all the family friends. Highly accommodating and God fearing woman during her life time. A jewel of inestimable value. A great Virtuous woman, an inseparable companion to our Late Nze (Sir) J. N. Igwe, Counselor and friend of all her children.
Mum lived a life worthy of emulation and left her foot prints in the sand of time.
Her painful exit undoubtedly will create a huge vacuum in your lives, but take heart.
I implore the entire family to take solace in the Scriptures : 1Thess 5:18 which says "In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you".
May the Almighty God grant you the fortitude to bear this huge and irreparable loss. 

Hon (Chief) Collins O. C. Amadi & Family
Posted by Ignatius Emeye on August 17, 2019
Khase, I know your heart is broken from the death of a loved one but I can hear her saying;

"I'm in a better place where I'm both happy and carefree. I had to go, but I want you to remember all the times we share and try not to feel so sad."

"For we will meet again one day to laugh and play. So dare to put grief aside because I will be waiting for you here, to catch up on the time we've lost."

"Till then, live your life to the fullest and God bless you my son."
Posted by Dr. KHase on August 17, 2019
My Tribute

*From the Ogbatue's*

The news of your demise Mummy Igwe as my mum fondly called you came to us as a rude shock and a pang in our hearts .
What we have of you now are the memories and Legacy you left which is evident in your children.

O Death where is thine sting
O grave where is thine pride .

Mummy Igwe ,while you were here with us you ensued peace with all men and remained committed to Godly virtues and to the service of God in your Church.
Nevertheless, " to live in the hearts of those you love is  not to Die" Rest peacefully until the resurrection morning when we all meet to part no more .

Adieu Mummy Igwe
Posted by Kimiya Zakikhani on August 16, 2019
Dear Charles,

Please accept my condolences on your beloved mom’s passing. I pray that you pass this difficult time peacefully and may God rest her soul in peace
Posted by Kinetic Benson on August 17, 2019
My dear brother Khase, I am deeply saddened by the news of your loss. I can’t imagine what you must be feeling right now, but I want you to know that we are just a phone call away. I pray that God will grant you & your family the much-needed strength & peace during this sad time. My heartfelt condolences.
Posted by Mostafa Fadaee on August 16, 2019
Dear Charles,

I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Please accept my condolence.
I hope my prayers help comfort you and hasten the journey of her soul to Heaven.


Posted by Laura Pius on August 16, 2019
Death is the inevitable end of all life. Yet how it comes and when it comes remains a mystery. But like a clarion call, when it beckons, we must surely answer.
Mama you lived. Like an eagle you soared. The wings of your beautiful life expanded beyond the horizon, bearing strong sons and lovely daughters. And in them your spirit llives on.
Sleep well in God's gracious bosom until the resurrection morning.
Posted by Stephen Granville on August 16, 2019
My heartfelt condolence to members of the IGWE family for this irreparable loss.
May her gentle Soul rest in peace.
Adieu Mama.
Posted by Maximus Agbaegbu on August 16, 2019
I didn’t meet you, Ma Igwe, but you raised great children. I pray the angels guide you to a place of eternal rest. Adieu.
Posted by Mohamad Hoseini on August 16, 2019
Charlze, I just want you to know that I am really sorry to hear about your mom, she rest in peace. My condolences.
Posted by Tersoo Genger on August 16, 2019
What a beautiful life she lived.. Now she is the bosom of our Lord and saviour Jesus Christ. Rest in peace mama.
Posted by Mike Ikeazor on August 16, 2019
May her Good soul rest in peace, Amen!! Accept my condolences the entire family of IGWE.
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Posted by Joy Oparaji on August 1, 2020
Rest on Ada Raphael! Everyday, when I ve gist , I pick my phone to dial you but.... the void is enormous. I keep asking myself "why"? Your departure was too sudden, you left without a goodbye, no sign, no warning, no premonition, YOU JUST LEFT.

Emeka will give you updates on all that has happened in your absence when he writes to Dad. In summary, we are holding on. We are doing our best to keep the family fortified in unity.

Someday, I will have the courage to write a proper tribute to you.

You came and left your footsteps in the sand of times.....
Posted by Oge Igwe on August 1, 2020 are you over there dat it takes only immortality to get to?I know you are doing absolutely fine in Gods kingdom.Like I always say u just stepped aside to come back cos u neva truly died.You are here with me everyoda single second.Udo...nne oma
Posted by Aijay Chukwurah on July 31, 2020
Your demise ,
Heaven gained mum!!!
her Life

I Didn't Die, I Yet Live. Cheer up!


This autobiography was edited by her last child, Seth Igwe, with ALL the original context intact.

I, Dame Mercy Chinatu Igwe was born into the family of Late Mr/Mrs Raphael Ozuzuma of Umagwuru in Mbieri, Mbaitoli L.G.A., Imo State on the 20th of January, 1945.

I began my early education at CMS Primary School in Umuokanne, Ohaji Egbema, Imo State where my parents sojourned and gave birth to me and my siblings. I later returned to my hometown, Umagwuru in Mbieri, Imo State to live with my grandmother, where I stayed back to complete my primary education. I proceeded to furthering my education at Girls’ Secondary school, Egbu and got my G4 certificate.

Lagos was the next port of call for me. In Lagos, I lived with my uncle, Mr. G.N. Onuekwusi. While in Lagos, I got employed as a machine operator with C.P.I (Chasbery Pond International), makers of famous petroleum jelly and other range of homecare products. While in the employ of C.P.I., my ambition and hunger for skill acquisition spurred me to learn typing and shorthand. Afterwards, I resigned from C.P.I., to work as a stenographer which was a very lucrative job role at the time.

I worked as a stenographer until the start of the civil war when I had to leave with my uncle, Late Mr. Onuekwusi to Portharcourt, Rivers State. In Portharcourt, an ambitious young me with a quest for success got a job as an Office Assistant with a private firm. I quit my role as an Office Assistant when the Biafran War began to work as a supervisor to the Caritas/Red Cross society. This singular decision was like a winning move by a chess Grandmaster as it ensured my family back home never lacked supplies all through the famine associated with the Biafran War.

At the peak of the Biafran war, sometime between 1968 and 1969, I had to return to join my parents and siblings at Umuokanne where they were still sojourning at the time. While back in Umuokanne, I met and fell in love with the very charming, handsome, and ebullient Late Mr. Julius Ogaranyaegbulam Nwaisoma (JON) Igwe. We were shortly married. I left with my husband to Lagos where he was based.

Back in Lagos, and because of my record of discipline and work ethics, I sought and got an employment for the second time with C.P.I. which later was rebranded to Lever Brothers PLC. I was employed this time, not as a machine operator, but as the Production Manager. As a Production Manager with Lever Brothers, I did the best in my capacity to see that as many Umuokanne persons as it were possible, were employed. I was in the employ of Lever Brothers until 1985 when the company started going through series of mergers and acquisitions which ultimately led to its rebranding to Unilever Nigeria Limited in 1996.

Life continued for me after Lever brothers as I ventured into a couple of businesses. Businesses like soap making and sales, palm oil production and sales in large drums, wholesale and distribution of Liquor amongst others.

I remained in Lagos with my family until 2002 when my husband and I retired – but weren’t tired –and returned to the village. We afterwards, set up the ‘People’s Bread’ bakery, Umuokanne.

My Late husband and I are very lucky to have been blessed with 7 children – 4 girls, 3 boys – all of which are doing marvelously well in their various spheres of life.

Let my story motivate you and drive you to attain the success that God has preordained for you.

Should you be reading this, I have not died, but yet live with the hope that we would see again when the saints are called up to reign with our king, Jesus.

Recent stories


Shared by Yns Dab on August 3, 2020
It's amazing how history keeps repeating itself.over and over even when we think its coincidence.
Ashley was moms' very good friend while she was with us. Before Ashley, it was Miley who she always yabbed as being too small.Ashley...nah! she was big, doesn't back down, always very protective.Infact, I guess these were reasons you loved her.Early last year when Ashley was sick, mom would say " Andy, this your Ashley neva eat o!, what's the doctor saying?" She always looked out for Ashely.Ashley was sick for 2 wks but mom wasnt sick.Ashley could have survived if not mainly for ignorance same as mom,Ashley loved the cold like you.Ashley passed in July this year  and you, last July and it was raining like it did last year when we took her away. The rains just had to come to ensure you had your cold.Mom, words cant be enough.I ask, was there something that wasnt done? Through it all, before that day, you had your utmost wish go without any stress but we didnt know that meant to go without saying goodbye. Its 1 yr but it seems just like yesterday, every detail is so so vivid. Rest on ma.


Shared by Nancy Ulu on August 31, 2019
Your demise is still too sudden and shocking to me Grandma. Accepting d fact that you're no more is a great difficulty.

 You shouldn't have accepted to follow Him to the land of no return I so despise him cause He doesn't know when to knock at someone's door(Mr.Death) 
The last time I saw you was fun filled. You were looking so fresh, young healthy & strong.
Mummy biologically you're not my mother but ever since the hand of fate brought us together, you've been that wonderful Mum that anyone could ask God for.

How can I forget your caring moments, That night I had to sneak out of your room to go cry out my pains because I was denied admission thinking that God had forgotten me,how you noticed it I can't explain. You left your sleep only to encourage me. Mum those your words of encouragement gave me another reason to try. And all tnx to God I made it. Your calls, love, & promises is still fresh in my memory .I will forever miss you Mummy. Alex &Audrey Misses Grandma

It's too painful for me to bid you adieu Grandma. Goodbye is indeed the saddest word. But then I can't question God He knows the best. I pray your golden soul finds eternal peace in the bosom of our creator until we meet to part no more on that resurrection day.

Adieu my motivator
Adieu NNE Ozuzuoma
Nkechi Bubu will forever miss you.

Shared by Lydia Ejiogu on August 31, 2019
A Tribute to a Real Gem
I vividly recall our first encounter, when I came visiting in the house. You gave me a warm welcome and took a liking to me immediately and I did same to you. Regardless of the age difference, we were able to connect quite well.
From that point, a bond was birthed between us and regardless of what path I towed eventually, our relationship didn't change. 
I still remember our talks; how you always called me "Kelechi nwa m", how excited you always were whenever I called to check on you, plus the blessings you constantly showered on me and how you always ended all of our conversations with "I love you nwa m". You were always interested in my welfare; often asking me how work, academics and life were for me. I was continually awed by your love, care and selflessness.
The last time we spoke, while you were still in PH, you were in perfect health and in high spirits as I've known you to be. 
So when Chima told me on the 2nd of this month that he was afraid I wasn't going to be able to talk to my friend again, I didn't understand. I asked what he meant, and he told me you were no more.  It didn't make sense; still doesn't. Like, how could you, who was so full of life have gone like that; unannounced?
It's disheartening to say Adieu, but our consolation is in the fact that you've gone to a better place. You lived an admirable life. You gave your time, energy and service to the work of God. So, it's time to wear your crown of glory. Keep resting in the bosom of the Almighty.
I'll really miss you, Mom. Until we meet to part no more, farewell Ma.
Your daughter (by choice),
Kelechi Ejiogu.