Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike MADUEWESI, 19252014 (aged 88 years)

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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike /MADUEWESI/
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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike
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Date of entry in original source: 2014
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Note: Maduewesi, Byron Uzodinma. 'Tributes, As Burial Of Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike (CJC) Maduewesi Approaches'. Africa News Circle. N.p., 2014. Web. 10 Nov. 2015.
Note: Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike (CJC) was the second son of late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph & Alice Maduewesi of Uyanwa Eze-Oguine Ezenwa Royal Family of Obi-Uno, Otolo, Nnewi in Nnewi North Local Govt. Area.
Birth September 11, 1925
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Death of a fatherJoseph MADUEWESI

Death of a motherAlice

Death of a fatherAaron MADUEWESI

Death January 17, 2014 (aged 88 years)

Burial April 24, 2014 (3 months after death)
Address: No. 1 Amazu Close, Obiuno Otolo Nnewi, Nnewi LGA, Anambra State, Nigeria
Religion: Christianity
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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike Maduewesi
19252014
Birth: September 11, 1925Ekwulumili, Nnewi South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Death: January 17, 2014
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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike Maduewesi
19252014
Birth: September 11, 1925Ekwulumili, Nnewi South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Death: January 17, 2014
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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike Maduewesi
19252014
Birth: September 11, 1925Ekwulumili, Nnewi South L.G.A, Anambra State, Nigeria
Death: January 17, 2014
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Josephine Nwanyibuife AKUBUEZE
son
Prof Byron Azubugwu Uzodinma MADUEWESI
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Peace Obianuju MADUEWESI
daughter
Charity Uzoamaka MADUEWESI
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Pharm Nelson Chike MADUEWESI
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Barrister Emeka Eugene MADUEWESI
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Victor Tochukwu MADUEWESI
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Mrs. Victor Chudi MADUEWESI
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Maduewesi, Byron Uzodinma. 'Tributes, As Burial Of Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike (CJC) Maduewesi Approaches'. Africa News Circle. N.p., 2014. Web. 10 Nov. 2015.

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Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike (CJC) was the second son of late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph & Alice Maduewesi of Uyanwa Eze-Oguine Ezenwa Royal Family of Obi-Uno, Otolo, Nnewi in Nnewi North Local Govt. Area.

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GLORIOUS EXIT OF A GREAT MAN, AKUNWATA CLEMENT JACKSON CHUKWUNWIKE (CJC) MADUEWESI

Akunwata Clement Jackson Chukwunwike (CJC) was the second son of late Mr. & Mrs. Joseph & Alice Maduewesi of Uyanwa Eze-Oguine Ezenwa Royal Family of Obi-Uno, Otolo, Nnewi in Nnewi North Local Govt. Area. He was born at Ekwulumili on the 11th September, 1925 where his parents did their missionary work.Akunwata CJC Maduewesi was a self-made man. He started teaching at CMS Central School, Oba, 1944. He became a Headmaster in 1955. He was promoted to Special Headmaster in 1976. He became a Senior Supervisor of Schools in 1983. He was a Lay Reader in the CMS Anglican Church by 1955. He was the Secretary of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) Nnewi Zone, from 1956 to 1966. He served as Chairman, Nnewi Local Council from 1965-1970.Akunwata CJC was blessed with seven (7) children; 4 sons and 3 daughters, but survived by:- Mrs. Josephine Akubueze Nwanyibuife Sir. Prof. Byron Azubugwu Uzodinma Mrs. Peace Obianuju Ofodile Mrs. Charity Uzoamaka Maduako Pharm. Nelson Chike Barrister Emeka Eugene Mr. Victor Tochukwu and two brothers, three sisters, three sons-in-law, four daughters-in-law, many grand children and great grandchildren. Akunwata CJC, a man with an extraordinary character will be missed by his wife, his brothers and sisters, his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren and his children’s friends who cultivated his friendship and his own friends. We love you dearly but God loves you most.

Sir. Prof. Byron Uzodinma Maduewesi For the Family.

Late Akunwata C.J.C Maduewesi Late Akunwata C.J.C Maduewesi NKWO NNEWI MARKET HISTORY

My father Akunwata CJC Maduewesi served as the Chairman of Nnewi Town Council from 1965 to 1971. He presided over the meetings in which the idea to build the Nkwo Nnewi Market was hatched, discussed and executed immediately after the Biafran war.

With his cousin Igwe Kenneth Orizu III (Royal House of Nnofo), they were not afraid to cut the Agbo Edo, a forest dedicated to Edo deity, for the benefit of Nnewi people. Both being in their forties then, some thought they would die young. Akunwata lived to be 89 years old and Igwe KON Orizu III, God bless Your Highness, celebrated his 50 years on the throne last December.

Courage is a sine qua non for development! Yes, Nnewi si Edo nwelu Nkwo!

Akunwata shall be laid to rest at his compound, No. 1 Amazu Close, Obiuno Otolo Nnewi, near Igwe Orizu’s Palace, on Thursday 24th of April. In-laws, friends and well wishers shall pay condolences on Friday 25th of April, 2014.

Adieu, my dear father, the greatest teacher and mentor I ever had! The Lord whom you served has already welcomed you in that mansion Christ promised us.

–Emeka Maduewesi (Esq).

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