Charles Ebuehi (Aimuanmwosa)
(1967 - 2010)

Charles Ebuehi (Aimuanmwosa)

November 8, 1967

Trinidad and Tobago
January 4, 2010

Born to Pa Samson and Madam Lucy Ebuehi of Benin City, Nigeria on the 8th of November, 1967, late Dr. Charles, MD was the third child of his mother and one of the 13 children of his father. As a child, he had a remarkable ability to transmit his cheerful strength to his peers and this he gained by being fed with several spoonfuls of fizzling concoction of mannerism that was rich in honesty and mature dispensation. He spent his pupil years at Uwa Primary School, Benin City. Upon graduation from, Arewale Grammar School (Western Boys High School), he went on to Lagos for his Advanced-Levels.
Years later, he rose to the post of registrar at the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, Benin City (UBTH)-his alma mater where he had graduated as a Medical Doctor in 1992. While at UBTH, his conviction that humans had a responsibility to help the sick-a matter of social obligation but not a matter of charity-served as a compass that guided his words as well as all his actions.
Even as a medical student late, Dr. Charles dispensed appropriately, the maximum daily doses of intellectuality, maturity, loyalty, commitment to decorum, and all that there was that encompass the bloom of the healthy mind and soul. In addition to the traits aforesaid, he blend to an extraordinary degree, a highly distilled power of intuition and imagination which rarely coexist in an individual, but when they do occur, men call genius.
With a renewed confidence in the future and robust commitment to medical practice, after years of private practice in Nigeria, he migrated to the Trinidad and Tobago where he worked as a skilled surgeon putting the dexterity of his hands to saving lives at the Port of Spain General Hospital until he exited to glory on the 4th of January, 2010.
Preceded in death by his father, Pa Samson E. Ebuehi, late Dr. Charles is survived by Dr Daniela (wife), Lucy Modupe Ebuehi (mother) and siblings: George, Sunny, Kate, Osawuesa, Efe, and Esohe Omosehgo, osarodian, JJ, Nosa, and Jenifer.

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Charles Aimuamwosa ,indeed you where unique,wonderful and kind hearted.The irony of your exit thought the living the essence to be good.for the life is all vanity.
You remain dear in my heart,and how I wish you are still here,you will remain dear.
The impacts of genuine concern and the heart to show support and love to all,was part of your strength .An intellectual giant with clear vision and determination,your great attributes are not parallelled,my friend and brother,still there in my heart and will remain in my heart,till we meet to part no more.The good Lord will shower you mercies and love always,rest in peace,in God bosom.
Obasi Eke (Friend indeed and classma)
May 6th, 2015
One year tomorrow. You are thought of every day and are still missed...
Danielle (Wife)
January 3rd, 2011
today is exactly one year since our last conversation, i cant believe next week will be a year already since your passing, i hope you are at peace and smiling down on everyone......
melissa toolsie (friend)
December 31st, 2010
Charles was a neighbor and friend in Benin city. He was a very loving young man whose life touched both the young and old in our society. He was the peoples doctor and was ever ready to attend to your medical needs without charging a dime. I pray that God in his infinite mercies will grant him a place in HIS HEAVENLY KINGDOM.Adieo Dr Charles Ebuehi and may God grant your mother, brothers and sisters the fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.
christopher ogbomo (friend)
December 29th, 2010
May you rest in perfect peace Charles and may you wife , your mother, your brothers and siters and all those who loves you be able to bear this massive loss .I will always love you my dear brother.
August 31st, 2010
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"Aimuanmwosa,I heard of your passing just yesterday, thru a friend who was not so sure. I went to where we last had contact,Facebook, and there it was in black and white. You had gone my brother! May ur family find the strength to bear this loss! RIP"
Hilton Idahosa
March 16th, 2010
"Charles,My ears heard and my eyes saw,still it is hard to accept the fact that you are gone.may your gentle soul rest in peace."
Bebe Abbey
February 3rd, 2010
"Fare thee well, Charles. To live in the hearts of those who love you is not to die. You will continue to live."
Okey Fonz Utah
February 3rd, 2010
"words cannot express the feelings you have when you lose a dear friend, doc you was always there for me and my family ,you always told me that in life "nothing happens before its time, its all in a timing," you would say, i hope wherever you are th"
melissa toolsie
January 19th, 2010
"Aimuanmwosa,though we have not seen each other for so many years,the last time i spoke to you was at Papa's funeral.The news of your passing was a shock.I will always cherish the memory of you i have.I pray God gives us the serenity to bear the pain"
Ben Ese Ebuehi
January 16th, 2010
""it is as though that the Soul's,stone must be struck by the flint of adversity to give off its brightest spark" you gave off one of those sparks in our last conversation,while planning for ejiro's memorial.Even though"the instrument of duress"
daniel okungbowa
January 13th, 2010
"Dear Charles, I always remember you as that small slicky striker who gauranteed us goals in interlevel UBEMSA Games. I always looked forward to seeing you again. Each time i thought about the Carribean Island, you came to my mind. Your sense of humou"
Jite Erharhaghen
January 13th, 2010

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