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Mr Reginald Elukora Okpara (EZEUGO)



Mr Reginald Elukora Okpara was born on 12th November, 1942 to the family of Late Mr & Mrs Nnolum Okpara, both of Obinetiti, Egede, Isikwe-Achi in Oji-River Local Government Area of Enugu State. He was the last born among of his parents.

The young Reginald Elukora Okpara attended primary education at Christ Church Isikwe Achi from 1953 – 1958. Having successfully completed his standard six, he enrolled into Achi Boys Secondary School (Corpus Christi), where he obtained his West African Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSCE).

As an aspiring young lad, he grew up and joined the Biafran Army in 1968. Ezeugo survived the war and returned home.

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He worked with R.B.B Construction Company as a heavy duty machine driver between 1973 – 1977. He served the company in Ibadan and Calabar.

In 1978, he commenced working with I.T.T Nigeria Limited until 1979 when he resigned and joined R.C.C Nigeria Limited where he served for one year.

Later in 1979, he joined the Federal Ministry of Internal Affairs as a senior driver. As the best driver at the ministry then, Reginald Okpara was assigned to become the chief driver in charge of moving the former Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr. Alex Ekwueme. He left the ministry as soon as his boss moved on.

Late Reginald Elukora Okpara retired from active service in 2004. After his retirement, he ventured into private employment.

Though he encountered so many road accidents that nearly claimed his life, but God in his infinite mercy preserved him.

As a man that never stays idle, in 2011, he took another employment with Julius Ezenyirioha Hospital till February 2020, when he finally stopped and later took ill.

Reginald Elukora Okpara was married to his lovely wife that he called ‘Nkem & Sweety”, Mrs Susanna Ekemma Elukora (Nee Kesike). They are blessed with four children, Mrs. Amaka Nwoye, Late Ifeanyi Okpara, Onyedikachi Okpara and Chukwuma Okpara, Son in-law, Daughter Inlaws, Nephew, Nieces, Cousins, and numerous grandchildren.

Throughout his journey on earth, he served God as a devoted Christian. Before his demise, he was in the welfare department of the Lords Chosen Charismatic Revival Movement.

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Ezeugo, as he was fondly called, was known for his liberal mind disposition. He was a humble and admirable man.

He will be eternally remembered now that the creator has called him back to his abode. Farewell Ezeugo, Adieu Chimaraoke, Jee nke oma nwoke oma.


My beloved, you did not tell me that you will leave me soon. I am still in a great shock because this is not what we agreed upon. We agreed that we will celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary in grand style, but what can i say when i get my solace from the Lord?

Truly, a limb has fallen from the family tree, but we keep on hearing the voice that says, ‘grief not for me, remember the best times, the laughter, the songs, the good life i lived while i was strong, continue my heritage’. My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest.

My joyful hope is that you are seated in heaven smiling down. Hallelujah.

I miss you my beloved husband.

Your Wife – Mrs. Susanna Okpara

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When i called you on Thursday evening being 30th July 2020, we spoke at length. You never told me that you were dying and your voice was very strong.

I told you that i will call you on Friday (next day), only for me to get a call about your demise.

I didn’t believe it because you were full of life not up to 24 hours we had spoken. How heartbroken i have been since then.

It is not very often when i find myself at a loss for words. I usually have plenty to say and yet somehow this loss has taken away my ability to speak.

You were an epitome of peace. Your commitment to friendship was great. Your liberality knows no bound.

Sometimes, i look around and try calling your phone number to ask after your health, only for it to dawn on me that you are already resting with the Lord in heaven.

I am convinced that you are not just dead, but that you are there to do something for us until we meet again in the bosom of our lord Jesus Christ.

I will miss you so much.

My father, we love you but God loves you most.

Rest on daddy,


Adieu Nnam

Your Daughter – Mrs. Amaka Nwoye


Daddy, the sad news of your demise came to me as a very big shock on Friday. You were sounding strong when i discussed with you on Thursday. I never knew that it will be the last conversation we would have together.

It broke my heart a lot to loose you. If tears and memories could build stairways and a lane, i’d walk up to heaven and bring you home again.  No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye, you were gone before i knew it, only God knows everything.

My heart still aches in sadness and secret tears still flow. No one will ever know what it means to loose you.

What is the measure of a man? Is it the amount of money he has? The possession he owns and power he holds? Is it the professional success he has achieved over the years? I don’t  believe it is any of these things. The true measure of a man is how much love he gives, how consistent he lifts up those around him with a kind word and compliment. By this measure, my father was immeasurable.

My father was a man who had smiles to brighten your days. He always make you feel good with warm words of praise.


You believe in me as your son, and i am proud to call you my father.

Your joy during my house warming celebration is still very fresh in my memory. I had thought that God would have allowed you to enjoy more, the fruits of your labor, but who am i to question God? He’s will is always the best.

Daddy, you always encouraged me by saying things will always get better(Otee aka o di njo, O dinma). You were always motivating me with words like Onyii, Odogwukaibu, I na’emeihe di ebube etc. Daddy, you were such a peaceful, lovely, gentle, caring, humble and God fearing man.

You have encountered so many road accidents and challenges in life, but God has always vindicated you.

O Lord, in your loving arms i entrust the soul of my beloved father.

Please, let him rest in peace in your loving arms.

I love you dad, now and forevermore

Adieu great & peaceful father, Adieu Ezeugo

Your Son – Mr. Onyedikachi Vincent Okpara

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Oh! death why did you hit me so hard? Why didn’t you wait until i come back and see my father?

Sometimes things happen that you aren’t prepared for, but who am i to question God?

Daddy, you’re such a precious gift from above, for us to love and treasure. Even when you are gone to be with the Lord, you will be in our hearts forever.

You loved me for who i was and accepted me for who i was striving to become.

Dads are strong for a reason, Their strengths gives us a sense of protection.

Dad, now that you are in heaven, I know that you will continue to protect me.

I will always love and miss you until we meet again.

Sleep well my great father.

Your Son – Mr. Chukwuma Charles Okpara

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