Mrs Uche Okafor-Halim (1945-2017) renowned public servant
Mrs Gladys Uche Okafor-Halim (Nee Nwaokocha) was born in Sabon-Gari, Kano State on May 17, 1945 to the family of Mr. Michael and Mrs Patience Nwaokocha, devout Catholics, who hailed from Ibusa, Delta State.
Sunset at noon: Tribute to late Olomu of Omu-Aran
A Pall of darkness descended on the ancient city of Omu-Aran, headquarters of Irepodun Local Government Area of Kwara State on December 1, 2017, when the news of the demise of its 29th monarch, Oba Charles Oladele Akande Ibitoye, Adogbajale bi Ileke II, the Olomu of Omu-Aran, spread like Harmattan hash.
Madam Agnes Okwormba (Nee Ozoezikenyi) (1939-2017)
Madam Agnes Okwormba was born in 1939 into the family of Late Chief Isaac Ozor, an accomplished transporter and renowned businessman of his days, from Umuoneke Amogwu Aku and Late Madam Susana Ozor, (Nee Alaku) of Lelegu, Nua Aku, both in Igbo-Etiti Council Area of Enugu State.
Remembering Nnamdi Inyama, one year after
On Tuesday, October 24, 2016, you departed this sinful world. Your sudden death gave us so much pains and heartbreak. Words cannot express my feelings. Your death still leaves me speechless.
Ndenyi Ngozi Nena Uche (1960-2017) journalist per excellence
Our families had always been close. I remember playing in the garden of their house in Enugu, when I was about four years old. Led by Ndenyi, the eldest of our group, I remember running round the guava tree, laughing as we begged their father....
Eno Benjamin Akpan Ikpe (1940 - 2017) renowned pen pusher
Elder Eno Benjamin Ikpe, who frequently referred to himself as, ‘Ufot Udo Nkasang,’ a nickname which pointed to his birth order as the fourth of the five brothers, would fondly refer to his children as ‘ndito Ufot Udo Nkasang’
Nkonadi Daniel Okanya (1934-2017) philanthropist per excellence
Nkonadi Dan Ogbonna Okanya, who died on Sunday May 28 at the age of 92, was born to the family of Ozo Egbuturu Okanya and Lolo Iyikwu Okanya (nee Nsude) of Lelegu, Nua village, Aku Igbo Etiti Local Council of Enugu State. He was the eleventh child of his parents and only one of the…
Reminiscing Adeyanju Badmos, mother and educationist par excellence
For an educational institution to become a full-fledged learning institute, it requires keen teachers with good virtues to nurture and contribute to total wellbeing of a child.
Remembering May Ezekiel, 21 years after
She was popularly known as MEE (May Ellen Ezekiel), publisher of Classique Magazine, editor of Quality Magazine, host of Mee & You Television Talk Show and a philanthropist. Married to a veteran Nigerian actor and former Commissioner for Culture and Tourism in Delta State....