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Shared by imo paul ukpe on March 25, 2021
Dear Aunty Vickie,
I met you only thrice in person. However, your smile, your grace and amiable disposition were unforgettable.
You came from a very good home. And with Ogbueshi you established an equally wonderful family. Your children are a lasting testimony of a life well lived by a godly woman, loyal sister, faithful wife, loving mother and aunty and a doting grandma.
I won't say rest in peace, because I know that even with the saints, you are watching over your family and interceding for them.

Aunty Vikky Agili - A Woman Of Honour and Kindness

Shared by ABEL AJALA on March 11, 2021
Dearly beloved Aunty Vikky . News of your early departure to Heaven came to us as a shock because it was least expected. 
You were a woman of honour , with high level of integrity.  You were always enthusiastic. with a lovely smile . Very matured and full of wisdom. 
When we were in class,  it did not take any of us a minute to recognise the stuff you were made of both in work experience  and home affairs. so everyone started calling you Aunty Vikky, despite  interaction with one another on  first name basis.
You were such a lovely woman , beautiful and elegant . 
We will miss your lovely  smile , contributions . especially post graduation and words of wisdom. 
May the Lord Almighty keep and bless your immediate family you left behind and comfort everyone of us who knew you and are  still feeling pain of your early departure. 
Continue to rest in the bossom of our Lord Jesus Christ  . Sleep on dearly beloved Aunty Vikky.
From Abel Ajala 
Shared by Adama lukman on March 4, 2021
A woman of so much smiles, beauty, elegance and dignity. You thought propriety to both junior and senior all your days in the National Museums.
May your soul rest well. Aameen. 

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