It was a festival of tears and anguish as the 40-year-old Princess Chioma Nwafor was laid at her husband's home in Agbata village, Ndiowu Town Orumba North Local Government Area of Anambra State on Wednesday, April 6, 2022. 

Friends, family and associates could not hold their tears as the mother of four commenced her final journey back to her Creator.

Her brother and a renowned Philanthropist,  founder of Prince Osisioma Foundation, Prince Onyeka Eze who could not hold his emotion said God cannot be questioned, saying her sister's death remains a mystery to him.

He said the family has submitted to God's will regarding the passage of their daughter, wife and mother, noting that though her stay on earth was short, she lived an impactful life.

Also speaking, her other brother, Prince Olisa Eze expressed sadness that his sister departed at her prime, stating that it is a pain the family finds it difficult to bear.

Testimonies have it that she lived a sacrificial and peaceful life and greatly loved by many.

She is survived by her husband, Kingsley Nwafor and children.



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