Late Mrs Romina Nkechi Omashor, nee,Ikeoyi has been buried. Mrs Omashor, a retired school headmistress was buried last weekend at Agbor. The burial ceremony was attended by family members and loved ones.
Late Mrs. Romina Nkechi Omashor (Nee) Ikeoyi was born in Ute-Okpu in Ika North-East Local Government Area of Delta State to late Mr. and Mrs. Ikeoyi.
Romina Nkechi was so beautiful and her father have to take her away from his home to enable her grow up well and receive good education. She was taken to late Jinmimah Okoh, who got married to one of the white cooks in Lagos. She went to Igbanke Secondary School where she further took her Education to the next level. She got her TCII in 1978, She taught at Iheoma Primary School and Orogodo Primary School. In 1985, she got her ACE, and Obtained her N.C.E. in 1991.She also got her B.Ed in the year 1991. She taught in many schools eg. Agbor Model Primary School, she was one of the founders of Alibioba Primary School in Agbor.
She got married to Mr. Philip Omashor of Oki in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State. God blessed her with children, grand children and wonderful son and daughter-in-laws.
She was known to have no resentment, bitterness or animosity against anyone. She was always addressed as a happy and smiling beautiful lady.She will ever be remembered by her loved ones.
Due to her excellent character and love for everyone, she was always needed to belong to social organizations, holding offices in all.Her social organizations and offices, include Treasurer in Ute-Okpu General, Ute-Okpu Ladies, 18 Ex-Officio (Politics), Vice President St. Cilia, St. Joseph Catholic Church and many more.
She began her Christian life from Roman Catholic Church in her early age and hold on to God. She always says “On Christ the Solid Rock I Stand”. She, within a short time grew the church numerically and spiritually, all field with Holy Spirit. She spent nearly all her incomes to equip the church with state-of-the-art facility. She has won many medals for her excellent work and awards for her giving in many areas of the church. She accepted God’s calling to come home and to remain with him in the presence of other saints.
Mummy, on this faithful morning of 21st, June, 2020, left her fleshly body and put on celestial body to be with the Lord forever at an early age.
She is missed by her family, friends and the church. Satan lost, God and heaven gained.
In his tribute, the eldest child of the deceased, Mr Kim Omashor said,”The Apostle Paul like other biblical writers, likened death to sleep. He used the word sleep to describe death as a state of unconsciousness. Mummy did not live an ordinary life, she was exceptional in all her endeavors, she was an absolute example of what a mother should be.
Mummy was caring, lovable and always ready to help and give advice to those around. Her smile, can make a dull soul lighten up. Oh death! You have indeed snatched a rare gem from us. Although mummy is no longer with us, but she will continue to live in the hearts of those she has touched with her profound qualities”.
Late Mrs Romina Nkechi Omasho