ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ngozi Nwuneli, 53 years old, born on January 21, 1968, and passed away on February 1, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Kate Chidozie-Nwako on February 27, 2021
Grace, my sister and my childhood friend. I can’t believe that you’re gone. It still seems like a dream even when I wake up. I felt so bad that distance had made it impossible for us to remain as close as we had been in our childhood years. You had made me your maid of honor at your wedding because of how close we were and gave me that noblest role because of the love and trust you had in me.

I miss your soft spoken but useful advice. I miss the true and sincere friendship that we shared. I miss those gentle smiles of yours. In short, I miss my beloved sister and my best friend.

Who am I to ask questions? God giveth and He taketh away whenever He wants to. I resign your passing to His hands and I sincerely believe that He called you for glory.

I pray that God will comfort your husband, Joe and the beautiful children that you left behind.

Jee nke oma Ngo nwannem. Rest in perfect peace, my dear sister until we meet to part no more. Amen.
Posted by Amelia Dafeta on February 24, 2021
A very rude shock. I heard the unpleasant news of your sudden demise in my friend's before she even voiced it out. My last memory of you was at my son's wedding where you danced happily with me. Who are we to question God? It pleased him to take you at the time he did. May your soul rest in peace and may the angels guide you to the bosom of the Lord. Adieu Ngozi. Rest in peace.
Posted by Angela Iweala on February 23, 2021
My dearest sister and friend Mrs Ngozi Nwueli.. I can only say to you rest in peace . We have two days in life. You have fulfilled yours. We missed you. Goodbye till we meet again.
Posted by Njideka Gbulie on February 23, 2021
Ezigbo nwanne m,

Words continue to fail me as tears blur and blind my vision. I can hardly see the letters of my gadget...

What can I say or do?. How can I summarize over 50 years of love in this place?

My only sister, my best friend, my confidant, my burden sharer, my adviser and protector of her "baby" sister, my teacher and my all. I still cannot come to terms with the fact that Sunday, 31st January was our last fellowship on earth. I never knew I had an emergency!!!!!. You never told anybody!!! Like a candle in the wind, Grace you flickered away.... How can I cope with this wicked reality?

My children will never see aunty Ngozi again!!. The school project- Spring Valley suddenly died! My heart is totally shattered.

I will allow our friends to tell the world the kind of person that you were...

My sorrow knows no bounds, but I know there is another fellowship with Jesus in heaven. There is hope.
Rest on my beloved.
Posted by Alaba Akinbote on February 23, 2021
Ngozi is a wonderful friend and colleague. She was hardworking, caring and selfless. You will be forever missed darling. Rest in perfect peace.
Posted by Olori Olanike Rachel Ogun... on February 23, 2021
Life is a journey! Mrs Nwuneli, we worked together and I really appreciate you as you were part of any success recorded by me! You were a team player and always ready to take to correction. You were quiet and never grumbled! This is life......I wish and pray that the family you left behind will find consolation in the fact that you ran your race and has gone back to your maker. Rest on well till resurection day when we all shall meet to part no more! Adieu.
Posted by Obiageli Okonkwo on February 23, 2021
Oh Ngo, where are you? My best friend, you did not remember me before leaving this wicked world. I remembered on the 22/01/2022, i called you and you were dancing, asked and you told me you tested negative for Covid and i was happy with you. My friend, my adviser, a woman of God, a friend i can rely on any day and any time. You helped me solve my problem 12 yrs ago and you also assisted me when my shop got burnt. My one true friend, who will i call to come and see me or follow me to go places.
Ngo you did not even remember your daddy as you call your husband, Somtochukwu, Dumebi, Ebele and your family.
Oh my friend crying will not allow me to continue, i know you are resting and God knows best.
Adieu my Friend, Kachifo Ngo. Rest Peacefully in the Lord’s bosom until we meet again.
Posted by Sarah Jatto on February 23, 2021
Hmmmm!! What can I say,big aunty, seeing this now is a rude shock.You were such a wonderful woman. I usually call you big aunty when I was still in Corona Gbagada .Now you have gone.You did not wait to tie the gele. Rest on in the bosom of Christ till we meet to part no more.
Posted by Theresa Adu on February 23, 2021
Mrs Nwuneli, you are a rare gem indeed. I remember our work together in Corona School, Gbagada and you always with a smile. I also recollect how you would always look out for me in our early morning drive to the Island as we both head to our various work.
You will be missed dearly.
May the Lord comfort all you left behind the only way He can. I pray the Lord to look after your children and always stand in the gap for them.

Rest on dear friend as we meet to part no more at the feet of the master.
May your would find eternal rest.

Adeola Ajayi
Posted by Mopelola Bishi on February 23, 2021
Mrs Nwuneli I can't believe you are gone. I remember our friendship started when you got transferred to Corona School Gbagada from CSS ,we worked together as Class six teachers.
You were always punctual and a great person to work with.
You always called me Mrs B.
I can't forget our gists and sumptuous meals we shared.
You are indeed an angel. May the good Lord comfort us all.
Adieu adorable sister.
Posted by Wendy O on February 23, 2021
It was a rude shock to my daughter when her friends told her of your passing. She cried and cried and kept saying how loving, kind hearted, easy going and funny you were. If tears could bring you back her tears would have. My son also went on and on about you, how you took him in private classes for his entrance exam into secondary school. His words, 'Mrs Nwuneli did her best for me and I gained the admission'.
You were such a wonderful and respectable person.
We all take solace you are in a better place. I pray the good Lord will comfort your family and grant them peace.
May your sweet, calm, gentle soul rest in perfect peace. Mrs Nwuneli was such an angel.
We love you Mrs Nwuneli but God has the final say. Rest on

Mrs Ojengbede and family
Posted by Ibukun Beecroft on February 23, 2021
You were very special to Class of 2020 Grade 6 Mickey.

I can't believe I am writing a tribute about your life and impact in the lives of our Children and particularly my daughter Jedidiah.

When she was afraid, you were a shoulder for her to rest on, you comforted her and guided her to give her best.

You were soft spoken and always had a smile. We wished you stayed longer but God know best. Thank you for making an impact in the life of my daughter. Your memories lives on.

May God comfort and console your family. Sleep on beloved, till we meet and part no more.
Adieu Mrs Ngozi Nwuenli.
Posted by Olusola Oden-Ikpi on February 23, 2021
Uhmmm!
What can I say?
What can't I say?
Could it be true?
Will she still come back to us?
O death, where is thy sting?
Death, where is thy victory?
Why can't death sometimes have pity and realise that this death is way too many?

Mrs. Nwuneli my partner of many years. You were one person who was ready to learn new things.
Never was there a time you had an outburst concerning one issue or another with me or anyone.
You coped nicely with my approachp to things and I learnt a lot from your patience.
You were a peaceful, calm soul.
You were so dedicated to your work that others emulate you.
Diligently 7.30am, when you had to teach first period, the date, subject, learning objectives and new words are already on the board. You did your work without eye-service, treating everyone with utmost respect.
I've been looking at your seat since yesterday and the thought that you won't be sitting, working, marking, smiling and responding is still so devastating.

Mrs Nwuneli, you loved and you were loved. You have done your bit!
We are consoled by the fact that you knew Jesus and you are in a better place.
May God grant you eternal rest.
Adieu Mrs. Ngozi Nwuneli.
Posted by Rashidat Ajetunmobi on February 23, 2021
Nwuneli special, this is what I called you and your response is Ajet Ajet either physically or on phone.
You were such a rare gem, Peace is your middle name. I never knew I would be writing a tribute about you. Today is the 3rd day of your demise but on opening your class with the keys and the absence of your table and chair made me to weep again.
Though primary 6 brought us together, but the introduction of Online Virtual teaching made our bonding to become stronger and stronger. You were my closest neighbor, we both teach primary six, we were both novices in the Virtual teaching so I had to come to your house for your daughter to put us through. From there the relationship blossomed to us coming to school together.
Hmmmmmmm, I've been waiting for your voice to call out Ajet Ajet but I can't hear that sound anymore.
Adieu my sister from another tribe. You are free from Ajet what are we wearing for Open Day, Prom night and July Concert.
Rest in the bossom of the Almighty God. May your gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. AMEN AND AMEN.
Posted by onyi ECHE on February 22, 2021
"In the end, we'll all become stories " Margaret Artwood.
Wonders shall never end. Is it that we have started writing dirge in place of eulogy for you . We wondered why it happened this way , why you were so loved, adored & cherished by many . Now I know "good people go only too soon" They have only a short time to leave their footprints in the sand of time . As I remember your legacies, May God s comfort abound replacing our sadness with gratitude. You're forever in our hearts .
May Almighty God grant you internal rest . Adieu Anuty Ngozi
From Onyi Echeanyanwu nee Ogbonna
Posted by Joseph Ayodele on February 22, 2021
Glory to Jesus honour to Mary on her birthday this year I sent her a birthday prayer I said Lord strengthen our love and togetherness and devotion she was my sister, mother and wife she was always by my side at anytime Adieu mummy I will continue to miss you until we meet again
Posted by Ndidi Nwuneli on February 22, 2021
We have lost a true gem - an amazing wife, mother, sister, daughter, friend, teacher, prayer warrior, and Daughter of the Most High God. Auntie Ngozi was my only big sister in the Nwuneli family. She welcomed me with open arms and always showed me genuine love and care. She was kind, loving, hard-working, ambitious and disciplined. She was the real glue in the family, always taking care of her nieces and nephews and encouraging everyone to seek peace and achieve their highest potential. She loved her husband and children dearly and gave her best years to caring for them! My only consolation is that heaven has gained an angel who will continue to look after us all!
Posted by Florence Unamka on February 22, 2021
I have been speechless, your death came to me as a greatest shock of my life.
I was with you last Friday gisting in front of our compound but you never told me of this great day.
Words can not express the kind of person you are, So humble and kind hearted.
My heart is so heavy I pray ur soul rest in peace. Sleep on my woman of God.
Posted by Uche Ayodele on February 22, 2021
My dearesr Ngozi Nwuneli! This came as one of my rudest shock! I mean, you're one person i call since I came down to Port Harcourt to ask of how you're coping and we would go on and on encouraging ourselves in the Lord.

On your birthday, I called you, which was coincidentally my mum's birthday as well. You were cold sort of but I knew if wasn't about something else, not me for sure. I noticed you were struggling to keep up with my gist...

I simply encouraged you and let you be. Wow! This was one hot blow my darling Sister. You were a good and gentle soul that couldn't hurt a fly. You couldn't even say a NO!
Chai ! May your ever gentle soul continue to rest in perfect peace. Amen.
Posted by Funmi Adefuye on February 22, 2021
Heaven has indeed gained an angel, as you were such an easy-going, peace loving soul.
Mrs. Nwuneli, It’s so so hard to digest the fact that you are no longer a phone call away. I will miss you and pray for the God of all comfort to uphold everyone you left behind.

Rest well, my beloved sister.
Posted by Dr Agha Nancy on February 22, 2021
It breaks my heart to write this tribute because I find it painful and difficult to refer to a person so special as my sister and friend, Ngozi Nwuneli in past tense.
When news about her passing reached me, I was left in a state of deep shock and was enveloped with a feeling of personal loss but could not question the will of the Almighty to allow her depart from us at this time. I have tried so many times to write but words failed me, the same way it took a while for me to believe you have passed on to glory. Many memories come to mind and I smile. Where do I even start from? The summary of my thoughts is that I miss you Ngo.
I miss your jokes, your encouragement, your words always there at every turn to push to the next level, to encourage the next move and to discourage stagnancy.
I miss your talks on school, career, marriage and general well being.
I miss your cheer, your congratulations, your praise.
Most of all I miss your steadfastness, your consistency in the things of the Lord, Like David you were a woman after God’s heart. No matter the circumstances, always falling back down at the feet of the Lord in total surrender. I lost a sister, a friend, a confidant and a prayer warrior. Your death is very traumatic for me
In all these I thank God for the lives you touched, though we miss you here, heaven welcomes you! Ngo, you are forever in my heart.
Adieu my bosom friend. 

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Posted by Kate Chidozie-Nwako on February 27, 2021
Grace, my sister and my childhood friend. I can’t believe that you’re gone. It still seems like a dream even when I wake up. I felt so bad that distance had made it impossible for us to remain as close as we had been in our childhood years. You had made me your maid of honor at your wedding because of how close we were and gave me that noblest role because of the love and trust you had in me.

I miss your soft spoken but useful advice. I miss the true and sincere friendship that we shared. I miss those gentle smiles of yours. In short, I miss my beloved sister and my best friend.

Who am I to ask questions? God giveth and He taketh away whenever He wants to. I resign your passing to His hands and I sincerely believe that He called you for glory.

I pray that God will comfort your husband, Joe and the beautiful children that you left behind.

Jee nke oma Ngo nwannem. Rest in perfect peace, my dear sister until we meet to part no more. Amen.
Posted by Amelia Dafeta on February 24, 2021
A very rude shock. I heard the unpleasant news of your sudden demise in my friend's before she even voiced it out. My last memory of you was at my son's wedding where you danced happily with me. Who are we to question God? It pleased him to take you at the time he did. May your soul rest in peace and may the angels guide you to the bosom of the Lord. Adieu Ngozi. Rest in peace.
Posted by Angela Iweala on February 23, 2021
My dearest sister and friend Mrs Ngozi Nwueli.. I can only say to you rest in peace . We have two days in life. You have fulfilled yours. We missed you. Goodbye till we meet again.
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Shared by Olusola Oden-Ikpi on February 22, 2021
Uhmmm!
What can I say?
What can't I say?
Could it be true?
Will she still come back to us?
O death, where is thy sting?
Death, where is thy victory?
Why can't death sometimes have pity and realise that this death is way too many?

Mrs. Nwuneli my partner of many years. You were one person who was ready to learn new things. 
Never was there a time you had an outburst concerning one issue or another with me or anyone.
You coped nicely with my approachp to things and I learnt a lot from your patience. 
You were a peaceful, calm soul.
You were so dedicated to your work that others emulate you. 
Diligently 7.30am, when you had to teach first period, the date, subject, learning objectives and new words are already on the board. You did your work without eye-service, treating everyone with utmost respect. 
I've been looking at your seat since yesterday and the thought that you won't be sitting, working, marking, smiling and responding is still so devastating. 

Mrs Nwuneli, you loved and you were loved. You have done your bit!
We are consoled by the fact that you knew Jesus and you are in a better place. 
May God grant you eternal rest.
Adieu Mrs. Ngozi Nwuneli.