Let the memory of OGBONNA be with us forever
  • 49 years old
  • Born on December 5, 1962 .
  • Passed away on August 29, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, OGBONNA AMADI 49 years old , born on December 5, 1962 and passed away on August 29, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 5th December 2017
It would have been nice to call or text you and call you "old man" today but God knows best. Happy posthumous birthday and continue to rest in peace :-(
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 5th December 2017
Egbon, You would have been a year older today. But we wont ask God -- why? Sleep on.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 29th August 2017
If "time is a healer" as they say, why does it still hurt so bad after five years? Gone but never forgotten x
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 29th August 2017
Egbon, its had to believe that its 5 years already since you left us. I can only pray that you continue to rest in peace. The void is still gaping.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 9th August 2017
Never forgotten, Dusty. Continue to rest in peace :-) xx
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 5th December 2016
Don Dusty, Continue to sleep in peace, Egbon. I miss you like crazy.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 5th December 2016
Happy Posthumous Birthday, Dusty. Continue to rest in peace.
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 29th August 2016
Don Dusty, i cant even believe that it is 4 years already since you left us behind. continue to rest knowing that Toyin is doing a wonderful job with the boys. i love you brother and will always miss you.
Posted by Olalekan Shittu on 31st August 2015
Sleep well dusty. You were a jolly good fella but left too soon.
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 30th August 2015
It's 3 years now, Dusty. Sleep on, Brother.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 5th December 2013
Happy Posthumous Birthday, Dusty <3
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 5th December 2013
Dusty, you would have clocked 51 today! But you must be in a better place now. Sleep on, Brother.
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 5th December 2013
Dusty, you would have clocked 51 today! But you must be in a better place now. Sleep on, Brother.
Posted by Dapo Ayeni on 12th September 2013
Continue to rest in Peace
Posted by Kimberly Ogba on 31st August 2013
Dusty darl, its one year now that you left us. You were my true First Love and the one that lived in me. Although I have had four encounters with you since your passings, all those meetings have different messages, but overall you seem happy. Your song"First Cut is the deepest", you sang for me a month to your untimely death, brought me to tears. Rest on MFL, Dusty. Thanks Agwu London. Kim
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 30th August 2013
Dusty, cant believe its a year already. We miss you. Continue to rest in the bosom of our Lord.
Posted by Chibuike Silika on 31st January 2013
I missed Amadi sooooo much, to the extent I never had the courage to visit his country home when I traveled for the xmas. 'How can I face his grave'!, I thought within myself. May Amadi – the epitome of entertainment reporting in Nigeria – continue to rest in peace.
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 5th December 2012
I celebrate the fact that you were born and knowing you, even though the cold hands of death snatched you away from us too quickly. Happy Posthumous Birthday, Dusty. Continue to rest in peace. Forever remembered x
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 5th December 2012
Egbon, you would have been 50 today. But God choose to call you home earlier than we would have liked. HE knows better. Continue smiling whereever you are. Happy birthday.
Posted by Fred Iwenjora on 12th October 2012
you were the lord of entertainment reporting in nigeria, your memory lingers forever like the comet, bye bros
Posted by Fred Iwenjora on 12th October 2012
By Fred Iwenjora For my friend and bros, Ogbonnaya Dusty Amadi, the Lord of entertainment reporting in Nigeria The news of the sudden death of my friend, colleague and brother, Ogbonnaya Amadi whom I called the Lord of entertainment reporting in Nigeria made me scream . My host in Mannheim, Germany where I am currently doing a couple of things including being a visiting reporter for African Cour
Posted by 'Gee Chimezie on 4th October 2012
He was dedicated to bringing out the best in young people. Amazing, lovable character x
Posted by Nnanna Okorie-agwu on 1st October 2012
Dusty, your candle blew out but your legend lives on.

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