Posted by Kayode Oluwasegun-Ojo on July 7, 2021
Pastor Chuks was a God lover at heart, so passionate about kingdom issues.As such he was very committed to the service of God in Zone 3 ,LP 46 of RCCG,where he served as an Area Pastor.
He loved prayers and was very frank,humane with a great sense of humour. He was also a very committed family man.
The combination of these qualities made him a very reliable person.
I thank God for his life,and although his passing on is painful,we take consolation in the words of Psalmist in Psalm 116:15 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints.
Based on this we chose to celebrate his passing on to glory and trust God for grace to reunite with him at the feet of Jesus on that glorious resurrection morning.

Psr Kayode and (Mrs) Ayotunde Oluwasegun-Ojo
Posted by Godwin Achunine on July 4, 2021


On behalf of Trinity High School Oguta Old Boys Association (TOBA) Worldwide, I write to convey our sympathy to you on the death of your brother, father, son and husband, Pastor Chuks Ezediaro, a 1979 graduate of Trinity High School Oguta. The death of a person is always a painful experience for the bereaved, more so that of a dear brother, father, son and husband.

We thank our Almighty God for raising up Chuks and using him to positively inspire others and impact on their lives. Chuks was very popular amongst members of the Glorious Trinity 1979 Set and will be very sorely missed. He was a good and simple man, kindhearted and always there for people, always ready to listen to the problems of others, advise and proffer solutions. May the Lord comfort his family and grant them the fortitude to bear this great loss.

Although we would all have loved to see Chuks live longer on earth than he did, it was not to be. It was the decision of the Lord God Almighty, his creator to call him home at the fullness of time. Naked we came from our mothers' womb, and naked we will depart. The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord (Job 1:21). Chuks has gone to a better place to be with his maker, a place of no suffering, no pain, no sickness and no disease. The Bible assures us that God will wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away (Revelation 21:4).

The Bible tells us to “Rejoice with those who rejoice; mourn with those who mourn - Romans‬ ‭12:15‬". We the members of TOBA are mourning with you the Ezediaro family as you mourn. We pray that the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of all compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God, will comfort the Ezediaro family in this difficult and trying time - 2 Corinthians‬ ‭1:3-4‬.

As you sorrow and mourn the death of a great man, father and husband, may you find strength and comfort in the promises of God  as delineated by 1 Thesallonians 4:13-18:

"13 But I do not want you to be ignorant, brethren, concerning those who have fallen asleep (the dead in Christ) lest you sorrow as others who have no hope. 

14 For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus.

15 For this we say to you by the word of the Lord, that we who are alive and remain until the coming of the Lord will by no means precede those who are asleep (the dead in Christ).

16 For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. And the dead in Christ will rise first. 

17 Then we who are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. And thus we shall always be with the Lord. 

18 Therefore comfort one another with these words".

Posted by Joseph Oputa on June 28, 2021

The news of Chuks' demise came as a rude shock haven spoken with him two or three weeks earlier and he was his usual jovial self.
   We have been friends since childhood and lived adjacent to each other throughout our early and middle school years and spent part of nearly everyday together with other friends in the neighborhood.
    Chuks,the humor merchant is no more.For years Chuks brought joy and sweetness to his friends and acquaintances.He brightened up the darkest of days.A humorous 'tormentor' to most of his friends whom he gave nicknames they grudgingly adopted.No matter the situation he just knew what to say or do to make people happy,from our schooling days up to this golden years he was the same.All the beautiful things that we all did together are the reminders of this great loss.For we were family,not just friends.
  Chuks was a loving husband and a doting father to his beloved children.We are consoled that his beautiful spirit will continue to live on through them and they will always know how much he loved them.
 Though Chuks death has been heart breaking,but we should never question what Godhas planned.Sometimes it is not meant for us to understand.As we mourn the loss of our beloved friend, we have to keep telling ourselves that we will meet again.
  I end with the words of a poet;

"Fill not your hearts with pain and sorrow
But remember me in every tomorrow
Remember the joy,laughter,the smiles
I have only gone to rest awhile"

 Farewell my friend
  Joseph Oputa
Posted by louis aseme on June 26, 2021
Pastor Chuks, what an unfortunate incident. You were loved by your friends and age group because there was never a dull moment with you. I take solace in the fact that you were in Christ, and have no doubt that your soul is resting eternally. My heartfelt condolences to his immediate family, may the Lord have mercy on his soul. Farewell, Pastor Chuks.
                     Louis Aseme.
Posted by Chibuzo Ndokwu on June 25, 2021
It appears like a mirage when I got the phone call about your death - Chuks! Now, as we honor, respect, and remember you, note that I’m nurturing relationships that offered a sense of ease, openness, and above all, endless laughter as has been attested by close and personal friends alike. The traits that you fineness in giving people funny names has become a source of endearment and joy overtime as you’re being remembered. And as we’re caught in awe, be rest assured that you’re remarkably a gem.
As your life has been cut too short from us, and you’re over there with the angels serenading them with your comical ways, may the Lord always take you to a greater destination. I miss you my friend and I love my brother.
May your soul Rest-In-Peace.
Posted by Favour Olatunbosun on June 24, 2021
You will forever be in our hearts. Rest in peace pastor
Posted by Ipinlaye Oluwakamiye on June 24, 2021
I've known you in quiet a short while, at first from afar.
Pastor shey you know I'm not sorrowful, I'm sad that you'll not be here anymore, but there's this fire you ignited before you left us.
That fire is bright and burning that's why we are not consumed with sorrow.
We have so much to uphold and stand up for and that's what you wanted from us
You are good and you are loved.
Thank you for letting your essence flow to everyone of us.
Keep our seats in heaven, we will see you then.
Posted by Blessing Oragbon on June 24, 2021
MY TRIBUTE : Pastor Chuks Ezediaro loved the church, he came, he accompanied and he conquered, he fought the good fight of faith.

When the Lord of our Lifes calls us home may we be ready as death is the bus-stop of all Living souls. The will of God supercedes the will of man.

Pastor Chuks was a show man as he calls himself. He likes to be presentable, well dressed and has a carriage with his nature. He took good care of his family and gave us the reasons that a man is suppose to do a lot for his family as the head: care for family, support and correct them, and this he extended to the Church.
He encouraged Men in church as head of family to wake up to their duties with family care and responsibilities each Sunday.

May God comfort his family and the church. May his memories keep them together.
Pastor Chuks keep resting with Your Maker in Peace!

Sister Blessing Oragbon
24 June 2021
Posted by Ochia Abidemi on June 24, 2021
The news of your death came as a shock to me, ur memories just keep flowing through my mind and I was asking myself, just like that? We love you but God loves you more. I rejoice with your family because you know God. Continue to rest in the bosom of the Lord. You will be greatly missed .
Posted by Enoobong Okorie on June 23, 2021
It's with a heavy heart I write this. I rejoice for all was settled on the cross of Calvary. Rest in peace and the Lord strengthen and uphold your family and brethren in the mighty name of our saviour Jesus Christ.
Posted by Ayodele Egun on June 22, 2021
It's well, Heaven's gain, May his gentle soul continue to rest in the perfect peace of God.
Posted by Cynthia Musah on June 22, 2021
Sleep on Pastor Chuks for you fought a good fight of faith & a crown awaits you in glory. You will be sorely missed.
Posted by Etta’s Vlog on June 22, 2021
It is hurtful to say that I lost a wonderful man and a father. But I know that truly heaven gained a saint. He was a very strong, dedicate man who loved God and everything that concerns the ministry. I must say I miss you a lot and may your gentle soul Rest In Peace.
Posted by Olayinka Adedirab on June 22, 2021
What a loss but heaven gained! I met pastor Chuks and his wife sister Kate in 1992 in Iba housing estate when our daddy Pastor Obed made a compulsion to pick a sister or a brother that you should be paying a visit to anyone we picked and i picked sis Kate ..Anytime we visit each other brother Chucks would always happy seeing me and both would welcome me with an open arms.. They are amazing couple.... May God strengthen and console the entire family.. Rest in peace ambassador of Christ! May God help everyone of us to finish the rest well in Jesus mighty name. Amen
Posted by Nwapa Emeka on June 22, 2021
I was deeply touched as the news of your death got across to me.We know we all will die someday not now...not you chuky.Death why are you unkind..why hunting our friends in their prime.It is is unacceptable.Adeiu chuks we all will miss you but God loves you most.
Posted by DrAdebola Babatunde on June 22, 2021
Dear Pastor, you have fought the good fight of faith,rest in the bosom of the good Lord. I pray that the Lord give the family and love ones,the fortitude to bear the loss. It is well and Shalom
Posted by Yinka Shittu on June 22, 2021
Pastor, you have really fight the good fight of faith and you have finished well. I remembered vividly when you thought me the easiest way to evangelize. That has helped my journey in this faith. Sleep well in the bosom of the Lord until we meet to part no more.
Posted by Bukky Olooto on June 22, 2021
Dear Pastor Chuks,
You have fought the good fight, finished the race and you have kept the faith.
Continue to rest in the Bosom of our Lord Jesus Christ until we part no more. Adieu
Posted by Oluwatoyin Olatunbosun on June 21, 2021
My Pastor, My Daddy, my Mentor, My Friend......... You will forever be in my heart. I have assurance that you are resting in the Lord. Night Pastor Chuks.
Posted by Danny Aphoh on June 21, 2021
Will Never Forget You Sir, You will Forever be in our Hearts
Posted by Promise Ezediaro on June 21, 2021
You will always be in our hearts padre❤️
Posted by Jennifer Ezediaro on June 21, 2021
We will miss you Dad.
Posted by Daniel Ezediaro on June 21, 2021
Adieu Daddy.
You will forever be in our hearts

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