Nkiruka Chidinma Ukelonu, Mumsy, as I called her, was really a great woman. I met her for the first time in 2009, and since then she never failed to care for me like her own. She would call me Irabor, so sweeting that the name Irabor became my favourite though I never liked it. I remember her talking to Okenwa and I one day in 2010 and saying you boys have to get into Uni and not just lazy around at home. Next thing I know before the week ran out she had booked tickets for us to go to Edo state and write exams to get into Igbinedion University and Ambrose Ali University. It was more than a good deed to me cause this was barely a year after meeting her, however her kindness extended to me much. An all paid expense trip and entrance exam to get me into school. That indeed is the love of a mother. Edo state didn't work out but that wasn't the end for Mumsy. She made us try Wolverhampton UK, and Finally Ghana, which worked out. I can say today that I'm a First Class Degree holder in Management Information System from the University of Ghana because Mumsy encouraged me to school. You've done for me something that I'd never forget Mumsy. You received me and gave me a home and never failed to care for me. You always made everyone smile and showed care and concern for their life. Mumsy was Peaceful and friendly and easy to relate with. I never met a cool Mumsy like her. I'll miss her lot, though not biological, I am a son. Rest Well Mumsy, I'll see you someday when I too make it to heaven.
Lots of love, Irabor