Late Okechukwu Okeke
Late Okechukwu Okeke

Nnamdi  Okechukwu-Okeke was the first son of Hon. Justice O.J. Okeke (retired )  born in Onitsha, Anambra State in 1976 died on September 29, 2016. A native of Adazi Ani in Aniocha LGA. Anambra State. He attended secondary school at the famous Dennis Memorial Grammar School( DMGS) Onitsha, later proceeded to read law at University of Benin, and LL.M in Maritime law. Wales. UK. Worked as an Associate at Femi Atoyebi SAN & CO. Later founded Comfort Partners LP. Nnamdi was a member Nigerian Bar Association, Lagos  Branch . May his soul rest in peace.  Post your Tribute

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5 thoughts on “Nnamdi Okechukwu Okeke Departs-(1976-2016.) Post your Tribute

  1. I remember vividly some years back, when you stopped me at the Federal High Court, Ikoyi Lagos and asked, ” you were in Uniben” and I answered yes but didn’t recollect the face but you jokingly said you were a back bencher.

    Hmmm…Nnamdi, the news of your demise hit me so bad, cos we have grown from been course mates to colleagues guess our field of practice (Maritime Law) made it possible.

    O Nnamdi! Who will call me and ask ” Blessing please check what the admiralty Jurisdiction procedure Rules says about this action?” .

    You were humble despite the fact that your father Hon.Justice Okechukwu J. okeke ( Retired) was a judge at Federal High court ikoyi lagos. I remember sometimes when we met in court, I will be like ” go in and see the judge” you will just smile and respond ” No Blessing not necessary”.
    It’s well. I will miss you and your smile greatly, may your gentle soul rest in peace.

    Blessing Obinna-Madu
    (Mrs).

  2. Nnamdi this came to me as a shock, why is life so cruel? I still spoke to you on the 26th of September and was wondering where you had disappeared to, only for me to see this sad news this evening.

    I remember the 1st time we met and we became fast friends ever since, I cannot imagine I will not hear from you ever again. I will miss your football updates every time, the words of encouragement you always gave me.

    Crying cannot bring you back, but I know you have gone to a better place.

    Rest on my dear brother and friend. I will miss you greatly.

    Lana (Aero Contractors)

  3. Isa my jovial friend rest in Peace.

    We met at the Nigerian Law School Bwari as classmates and became acquainted. Never caught you without your trademark innocent disarming smile.

    I was shocked by the unpleasant news of your demise. Hope you embraced Christ before your transition.

    Rest in Peace
    Nnamdi Isa Okechukwu-Okeke.

    From me:

    C. O. Okite, Esq.

  4. I am deeply saddened by the sudden demise of my Good friend Nnamdi, who’s death came to me, two days ago as a surprise. I grieve his death, he was such a cheerful and amiable fellow, may the almighty God grant his soul an internal rest and his family the fortitude to bear the colossal and irreparable loss.

  5. The Death of Nnamdi Okay Okeke diminished me!
    We met during our compulsory term at the Nigerian Law School, Bwari-Abuja.
    We became acquainted especially when he learnt that I am also a classmate of his younger sister, Adaobi.
    His death is a rude shock but our solace lies in God.
    Sleep on , good lawyer.

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