TRIBUTE TO MY LOVELY HUSBAND
My lovely husband, I lack words to put down how I felt since you left me to be with the Lord. But I have to start from somewhere. First, let me start by saying that you really struggled to live but unknowingly to me I never knew it is time for you to go and be with your Lord. On the 9 days of January, You were just looking at me without talking until you just took your last breath. I could not believe it because I was imagining how to go home without you, my gist partner, my prayer partner, you were like a father, a brother, and everything to me. 1 didn’t know what to do my heart jumped into my stomach, my husband, I didn’t know where to start narrating my ordeal that very day you left me on this earth but all I know is that you served your God till you took your last breath. May he whom you gave your life from your youthful age till you took your last breath give you eternal rest in his Kingdom. I will not put down my pen without singing one of your favorite songs for you The nile dibara chukwu The nile dibara chukwu Onodu nile dibara chukwu Anya neleuwa. As you are now in the spirit take care of me and your children. Rest in perfect peace my lovely husband Best BIOGRAPHY to a Father or Mother
Adieu papa Nwede Ekpa Adicu Nwoke Oma
Mrs. Theresa Onwe
TRIBUTE TO MY LOVELY HUSBAND
I sit alone in the darkness of despair. I cried my silent tears. My heart is broken into tiny pieces. The silence is deafening to my ears. The darkness frightens me. The shadow climbs the wall. I hear footsteps walking, passing through the wall. The loneliness surrounds me, it takes my breath away. This is the pattern of my life since that awful, dreadful day. Without a club; without a hint of what was yet to be, God called you home to be with Him and took you away from me. I walk, I talk, I carry on when the sun pokes out its head, but when darkness falls and the evening comes, I cannot go to bed for this is when I missed you most.
Oh! The death you have done your worst. I could not believe pronouncing my lovely husband dead. Since the day, you got sick and were taken to the hospital. I was patiently waiting to receive my loving husband back home but to my greatest surprise seeing you lying motionless. Nna Oge! I know that death is inevitable for all mortals but you died flower, but I take solace in God that you are resting in His paradise. I will forever miss you, the way you care, fight, love, and above all fearing husband plus your tolerant nature. And I pray that the heavenly gate should open for you because you are worth it. We love you but God loves you most
May your gentle soul rest in peace. Amen!
Adieu Nwoke oma!
Mrs. Agnes Onwe
TRIBUTE TO A COMPASSIONATE BROTHER
I know that certainly, death must have its way one day, but that it shall be this day is undesirable and disheartening.
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It is still difficult for me to accept that you have bowed out of this ephemeral world but writing this tribute is in utter submission to the will of God that the uncertainty has become a reality. It is honestly too hard for me to bear the shock of your demise especially since I hadn’t the chance to say goodbye as your departure was so sudden.
To be candid, I feel that part of me has gone. I cannot forget in haste the brother-like father treatment you accorded me in those good old days when I came visiting. The admonitions, valuable gifts you showered unto me and my family were inestimable jewels. You were a blessing to me as you replicated me and my wife in your family by naming your son and your daughter after us. You were a man of peace and an ardent believer of the word of God and you never compromised in your Christian faith. Indeed, I pray to have you again as my brother if there is the chance to do so.
In utmost grief and dismay, I bid you farewell. Rest peacefully till we meet to part no more.
Hon. Chief Peter Oge Ali Ph.D. (Brother)
AN ODEY TO MY BELOVED BROTHER
With love and fond memories, I write to bid farewell to a compassionate brother. It is indeed too difficult to send you a parting compliment but since you have submissively taken steps to embark on this journey with no return route, I have no option than to muster the fortitude to say goodbye, Brother James, in life you know that I loved you so dearly and even in death I do the same. It honestly bro my heart that you have perpetually separated from me and from the family but in my situation
the helplessness I say again goodbye. In a reflective memorial, I can vividly recall your selfless and humanitarian roles that brought positive transformation to many that came across you both within and outside your biological domain. Though you are my brother, you were more a father to me. I grew up under your care and even when was almost impossible for me to go to school; you stood your ground against the decision of our parents who did not understand the importance of western education. Your persistent sensitization of the fam was the reason for who am today. Among all our siblings and relatives, you were the closest to me. The why my heart bleeds for this monumental separation.
You were a votary of peace and a compendium of knowledge. A dedicated Christian brother and committed husband and father. Brother your exit has no doubt left me in adversity. That advice and encouragement you gave me we instruments of comfort. Even though you have gone, but I promise to hold unto them. Please brother, tell our parents, our departed relatives, and ancestors if you see them that all is not well but we are no longer in a haste to join them as you have done. May the Lord accept your soul in His bosom in Jesus’ Name. Amen.