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Tributes pour in for Charity Maduka

By Benjamin Alade
05 January 2022   |   3:03 am
Family members, friends, associates and well wishers, yesterday, poured tributes on the late Vice President of Coscharis Group, Charity Nchedo Maduka, who died on November 27, 2021 in Nnewi, Anambra State at 63.

Family members, friends, associates and well wishers, yesterday, poured tributes on the late Vice President of Coscharis Group, Charity Nchedo Maduka, who died on November 27, 2021 in Nnewi, Anambra State at 63.

Her husband, Cosmas Maduka, who spoke at the Night of Tributes in Lagos, described his late wife as a loving woman, who showed boundless love, strength and care without discrimination.

“From the beginning of our journey, God faithfully led us for 43 years of love in intimate relationship until November 27, 2021 when you peacefully went to sleep in the Lord.

“This date has become like 9/11 in my life, as I was obviously under heavy attack, because that is precisely what your sudden departure means to me.

“The love we shared, however, gave birth to the institution that is today known as the Coscharis Group, and most importantly, the loving gift of five wonderful children, although we had to wait for six years before Cosmas junior was born.”

Nneka Omotoyinbo said: “I haven’t gotten over the shock of her demise. She loves the Lord and was ready to meet the Lord. She is a saint, a humble lady and down to earth. She is a charming lady, who was never ashamed of proclaiming her faith. She was a devout Christian and her faith in God carried her through.”

Her brother, Kenneth Ikedife, described her as somebody who fights for her right, while growing up. “She is a pillar anywhere she finds herself. The Maduka family has a standard I look up to. The family is a Christian family. She’s humble and she left a footprint that we don’t know how to fill.”

Also, Reverend Alfred Davidson from Tema in Ghana, who gave a word of exhortation, said she became alive unto the new death. She was spiritually alive. An exemplary woman every other woman should emulate.

In his vote of thanks, Cosmas Maduka Jnr., said the death of his mother is a huge loss for the family and prayed that God comfort the family at this moment.

On his part, Fred Amobi, said she was more precious than gold. She brings the same good to the family. She was energetic and strong. She makes sure her dealings are profitable, and opens her heart to the needy.