By Ifeoma Okafor (Umunna TV)
Friends and associates of Late Chinedum Onuegbu, popularly known as Capacity, have taken to social media to mourn his passing.
News of the death of the Nnobi, Anambra state -born youth leader and political activist had filtered in on Wednesday, 17th August, 2022 to the shock of many who knew him.
Maduka Uche Ken wrote; “The last time we spoke was last week Monday, you complained about high BP. I advised you to visit the hospital and jokingly, I asked you how can a small boy like you be having high BP?
I called you back on Tuesday night, you confirmed to me that you are on drugs.
Only for me to get the sad news through peoples status that you left the world today.
Chinedum Onuegbu (Capacity) May your soul find Peace in the lord’s bosom”.
Mazi Ejimofor Opara, Senior Special Assistant on New Media to Anambra state Governor, Charles Soludo, wrote; “Capacity kwa? This hits very differently 😭😭😭”.
Ifeanyichukwu Joannes Ike wrote; “The “Awka Street” is quiet, we are yet to come to terms with the news that filtered. Could this be true that one of our very best, a street lord is gone? It can’t be true, I refuse to accept this news.
Chinedum Onuegbu , we named you Capacity when we served together in the Anambra State Executive of the National Youth Council of Nigeria from 2013, you proved your capacity to deliver in difficult moments. Go well our general. We will definitely miss you brother”.
Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia, Media Aide to Honourable Chris Azubuogu wrote; “Chai… RIP to a great friend, Chinedum Onuegbu (Capacity). Vomiting in the night and was rushed to Hospital morning and declared dead by Doctor. May God be with your soul😭😭😭😭😭😢😢”.
Ikechukwu Okadigbo Nnobi wrote; “Chinedu Onuegbu my brother, the Special Adviser to the National Chairman of All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Ozo Victor Oye is no more. Rest on capacity as you are fondly called”.
Obioma Obidiegwu wrote; “Anambra Social media yet again thrown into Sadness. So this is true? Whats the way forward?”
Okoye Francis (Oyi Umunri) wrote; “Shocking News Of The Year. May God Rest His Soul”.
Engineer VC Anyanwu wrote; “Waking up this morning and reading that my very good man Chinedum Onuegbu (Capacity) is no more. I don’t want to believe this. How can I say RIP to capacity my man?
Truly we are nothing but pencil in the hand of our creator”.
Ifunanya Nwanadile (Ada Enugwu-Agidi) wrote; “Capacity dead?Unbelievable! 2022 has taken too much of my favourite people 😭😭😭😭😭”.
Eneh Victor Chigozie posted on APGA Interactive Forum (AIF Media); “Can’t believe this.
Chinedum Onuegbu Capacity dead? Oh My God. Capacity is SSA Media to Ozo Victor Oye.
This is a huge loss to all of us on this Space. May His Soul Rest In Peace”.
Ebelechukwu Igboekunie Ngini wrote; “😭😭😭😭😭
Ị nọzịkwa ome
Capacity Chinedum Onuegbu I got to know about your demise on this app. Haị Edu my own person!
Words fail me maka Chi
What will I say
I cringe to think about your family
The pain is unimaginable
Ezigbo onye Nnobi
Ezigbo onye Igbo
Apga to the marrow
Another viable young man down in his prime
The end of dreams
I am reminded of my own mortality!
How can I say goodbye
I am not convinced that you are gone
What an unfinished life!”
Nwedo Angel wrote; “This is really Sad.. Rest in Peace. Amen”.
Tobenna Obiano wrote; “The news of the demise of one of Anambra’s youngest, dutiful, progressive and bright minds, Chinedum Onuegbu has hit home deafeningly loud and terrible. It’s sad and greatly heartbreaking. I console his family, friends and league of associates. Death generally leaves a sad tale on the mind of the bereaved. However, death of someone young and in his case, one in his prime, vigour and vitality shatters the heart completely and greatly leaves a sad tale.
The Anambra Social media community, young persons in Igboland and I in particular share in this grief. It’s a moment of sadness for us all. A shinning light just went extinct. Sad! May his soul find rest in the Lord!”.
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