MRS OGECHI UJUBUONU GOES HOME

The remains of late Mrs Ogechi Helen Ujubuonu has interred today at her husband's country home Ndeodoro Umunoko Village, Ukpor in Nnewi South Local Government Area of Anambra State.
Late Mrs Ogechi Ujubuonu died of cancer at the National Hospital, Abuja on 4th April, 2018. On 4th May, 2018, a community and social wake was held for her at Bishop Aggey Memorial Secondary School field Mushin, Lagos. The same day in the evening, a requiem mass was conducted for her at the Christ the King Catholic Church, Ilasamaja, Mushin, Lagos.
Today's burial is the last lap of her journey which started on Wednesday 16th May, 2018 with a 5.30 pm vigil at Ujubuonu compound, Umunoko Ukpor.
As early as 8:00 this morning, her body was laid in state at the family compound where hundreds of relations, friends, colleagues, neighbours, associates, well wishers, etc paid her last respect. By 10:00 a.m, a requiem mass was held at the family compound, and interment in the family compound followed. Later condolences and reception of  sympathizers most of them came all the from Lagos, Abuja, Awka, etc, was held.
Thanksgiving mass for the family will be held for the family on Sunday 20th May, 2018 at Saint Philip's Catholic Station Ndeodoro, Umunoko Ukpor.
Late Helen Ogechi Ujubuonu (nee Nwachukwu was the six child  Chief Abraham and Lolo Edna Nwachukwu of Umulolo Amaegbu Nkwerre, Imo State. A mother of three, late Mrs Ogechi Ujubuonu, before her death, was a chartered secretary. She later took to merchandising and ran her large supermarket business so successful as a professional. The terminal sickness invaded her gentle life and she was taken outside the country - India, Dubai, etc - to recover her health.
She was a core Catholic, though born and brought up in an Anglican Church family. A faithful and bone fide member of Co-Redeptorist Society, Catholic Women Organization (C. W. O), St. Ann Society, Sister's Fellowship International, among others.
Left to mourn her are her husband -Chief Pius Chukwudum Ujubuonu (Ozodinobi), her sons Benjamin Onyedikachi and David Chinaemezu, and daughter Josephine Obianuju Chinaza.