1ST ANNUAL REMEMBRANCE OF LATE MAXWELL CHINEDU OMABUWA ODUAH ETOROMI
MaxLife, with mixed sense of sorrow and fulfilment, commemorates the passing on of Late Maxwell Chinedu Omabuwa Oduah Etoromi. This year’s August 26th marks the 1st anniversary of his eternal birth into Glory. Maxwell’s untimely demise during the morning hours of that ill-fated Friday really came as a deep shock and had since remained a huge surprise to all who knew him after he had fought some mild sickness for few days while on holiday.
Having enjoyed his last summer holiday on earth at 28, all that had been with him had felt such a profound, irreplaceable loss because they thought that a virtuous man at heart had gone forever so soon. For he was a young man full of goodwill and exceptionally graced with generous heart; the vigour and cheerfulness sincerely displayed through his magnanimity were quite exemplary. This was such evident that his temporary absence from around his loved ones- family, friends and acquaintances was quickly felt. Thus, his departure from this earthly life has really left much to be forever desired.
Chinedu was truly held in such a very high esteem by his mother and siblings. The orations, especially by his immediate younger brother, read at his burial were so expressive and telling. Truly, Maxwell had left quite an indelible mark on the minds and hearts of both many who knew and heard of him. His virtues are surely living on after him. Even his wonderful dreams for children of poor origins were never allowed to go dead with him; his glorious desire to satisfy the needs of slow learners at academic works was never left unquenched, because he believed that every child is endowed with a peculiar talent no matter what social odds.
We believe that Maxwell’s aspirations to assist and empower young people in realizing their true potentials in life would continue to be vivid through the activities of MaxLife Foundation (for the Foundation was birthed to live out his passions after his earthly life). We, therefore, sincerely enjoin all to be party in making meaningful impact in our immediate societies – especially through promoting each other’s good interest in any little way we can. We continue to wish Late Maxwell’s soul perfect rest in the Lord’s Bosom.