Anchor Baby Movie Producer, Lonzo Nzekwe, Pens Moving Tribute To His Mother

Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe
Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe
Dear mother, Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe,
Mrs Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe
Where do I start with this? I still can’t believe you’re gone. The cut is too deep and painful to bear. There’s so much I want to say right now but I can’t find the words.
You lived a highly purposeful Christian life, and touched a lot of people in a positive way. You inspired a generation of men and woman who came in contact with you.
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At the burial ceremony of Mrs Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe
Your impeccable strength, creativity, tenacity and guidance are the reasons why I am the man I am today. You were my best friend, my confidant, my business partner, my super fan, and ultimately my beloved mother. From your sacred womb, you bore six amazing sons and one daughter whom you loved unconditionally.
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At the burial ceremony of Mrs Elizabeth Uzoma Nzekwe
Right after my father died in 2011, I watched and admired as you courageously survived a deadly stroke that would have immobilized others. I vividly remember your victory dance when you conquered the stroke and started using all your limbs again.
Even when you tragically lost your two sons, my younger brothers Onyebuchi and Chukwudi, you took it all in good stride and stoically pushed ahead with life. You were as tough as they come, and that’s why I was blindsided by your death.
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Anchor Movie Producer, Lonzo Nzekwe, amidst family members.
When I got the news that you were ill, I thought that with doctors and prayers you would conquer the illness again as usual. I was banking on you recovering as soon as Uju delivers her baby, but I was dead wrong. It’s ironic how God blessed our family with a newborn King through my sister, Uju, and within twenty-four hours He took our Queen. What a chess move, God. As much as it hurts deep down in my guts, it is well with my soul.

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Me and my siblings Uche Nzekwe , Emeka Nzekwe,Chuka Nzekwe and Uju Uduma-Ikpa are praying everyday for God to welcome you in heaven where my father and brothers presently reside in peace. We’ll continue to celebrate the wonderful life you lived by letting the world know how great you were as a person, and our mother. I love and miss you dearly, Mom. Rest In Power till we meet again

 — with Uju Uduma-Ikpa and Blessing Chinyere Nzekwe.

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