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“You left a void almost impossible to fill” Mary Njoku arouses emotions as she pens touching note to her late sister, recounts her past achievement



Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Mary Remmy Njoku has penned a touching note to her late sister, Eucharia Remmy.

The ROK studios CEO, noted how exactly at this time 12 years ago, she received a call about her death, which left her alone. According to her, the death of her elder sister left a void almost impossible to fill and she has devoted the rest of her life to being the Super Sister she would forever be proud of.

Mary recounted all her achievements for the year to her late sister. From making the Forbes list to renewing her wedding vows, investing in some of the best film equipment, signing new deals with big firms, visiting Maldives for the first time, and lots more.

“Exactly this time, 12 years ago, someone called my phone.
You are Gone! I was alone.
I still am. Alone.
Cos you left a void almost impossible to fill. And I devoted the rest of my life to being the Super Sister you will forever be proud of. So, NWAKAEGO REMMY here are a few updates…

  • I made the prestigious Forbes List as 50 Most Influential Women in Africa!! The same FORBES o! If you were here, you for sew Aso Ebi for the mata. DCC for tire for you
  • The company I founded (ROK) is growing bigger.
  • I hit my yearly target in 7months! And set a new one for myself
  • Invested in some of the best film equipment in the world!
  • Started making content for Bigger screens
  • Signed new Deals with big firms.
  • Featured in 3 of my movies this year ( you always wanted me to continue Acting)
  • Made a new friend ( could have used your vetting skills)

vetting skills)

  • Jason and I are still together. In fact, he married me again last year. Same Annoying Jason.
  • Obinna is 10 now. Kaego 8 and looking more like you. And Nnenna is straight A student.
  • I visited Maldives 2ce last year. It looks as good as the pictures we saw in magazines.
  • I still don’t like crabs, if you were here, I still wouldn’t eat it with you.
  • I got my first grey hair. 2 strands.
    Till will meet again. Bestie”.

Her post has left many of her colleagues and fans in tears as they took to her comment section to pay tribute to her late sister.

Mercy Johnson wrote, “Hmmm God knows best. Rest her soul

BBNaija Phyna wrote, “This got me emotional. Keep resting Queen. Stay stronger momma

Uche Jombo wrote, “May she continue to rest in peace

Filmmaker Biodun Stephen wrote, “Keep flying with angels

One Official Adanne wrote, “Sorry for your loss though! Quiet a pity! Meanwhile, I haven’t been able to open or download the roll app for the past three months just after my subscription! Is there a problem?

One China Sastica wrote, “Eucharia I still remember our childhood. Life, it is well. You have done well for yourself and See is definitely proud of you

One Ada Mazii wrote, “Had goosebumps reading!! She’s super proud of you

One Seleye Fubara wrote, “Oh no, got teary reading this. May she continue to rest in peace. Stay strong Mami

One Delish Bakerygh wrote, “It’s well. Nigeria has really happened to some of us but may God help us. May she continue to rest in peace. You are strengthened”.

Trendytunez reported months back that Mary Njoku was quite ecstatic after being recognized by the prestigious American magazine, Forbes.

The businesswoman had made the list of the 50 most influential women in Africa. The list comprised women from different sectors and industries. From the world of business to media, health, politics, and more.

Mary Njoku, who couldn’t believe she made it to the prestigious magazine, noted how she was only a Mile2-born Nnsukka girl before becoming a power figure, all thanks to her husband.

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