Ofuoma Mudiaga Odje

ofuoma odje

August 19, 1972 ~ March 1, 2023

Born in: Warri, Nigeria
Resided in: Little Elm, Texas

Mr. Ofuoma Mudiaga Odje was born on 19th August, 1972 to the family of the late Dr. Mudiaga Odje, SAN, OFR.

Ofuomanefe (Peace Of Mind Greater Than Wealth), was a very charming, handsome and peaceful personality. Above all, infectiously amiable. Ofuoma (peace) for short, was a very respectful, reserved, humble, affable, principled as well as a very shy person. His remarkable intellect was manifest right from youth. He attended his primary education at Mowoe Primary School, Warri, from where he was admitted into DSC Technical High School (THS), Ovwian-Aladja in Delta State of Nigeria. He was thereafter admitted into the University of Port-Harcourt to read Engineering.

In the course of his study, divine providence took him to the United Kingdom from where he got admitted into the South Bank University to read Information Technology.

As the founder and principal consultant of OCAA Solutions, LLC, Mr. Ofuoma Mudiaga Odje began his career in 2000, after topping his class in the prestigious London South Bank University, England. He graduated with First Class Honours in Information Technology. Facing a choice between a scholarship to study for his PhD or accept a job offer on a sponsored work visa to USA, Ofuoma decided to pursue his American Dream.

His first position was with Cablevision Systems Corporate in Jericho, New York, working as a programmer and analyst on a sponsored work visa. Later, Ofuoma joined Seacor Holdings, Inc., in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, as a senior developer, administrator and solutions expert. In this position, he developed and maintained Oracle and java-based applications and multiple web portals. In 2008, Ofuoma contracted with the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, to oversee the school’s UNIX and Oracle application server administration.

He founded his enterprise, OCAA Solutions in 2010. The startup earned certification as a Tier 2 (the top tier) emerging small business from the Nevada Governor’s Office.

On May 10th, 2013, Ofuoma became an American in a Naturalization Ceremony in Federal Court, Las Vegas. At the ceremony, He was chosen by the Department of Homeland Security Officials to give a speech before his new American Colleagues and Presiding Federal Judge of the Naturalization Ceremony.

Ofuoma was also honoured by his State Senator, Dean Heller with a flag flown over the US Capital, marking the occasion of him becoming a US Citizen.

Ofuoma was a freelance technology consultant, consulting and partnering with other entities and businesses in his field of expertise when not taking on direct customer projects through OCAA. His most recent roles as an IT Architect also include Frontier, offering gigabit speeds to empower and connect millions of consumers and businesses, and Ascension, one of the largest private healthcare systems in the United States.

Outside of his professional life, Ofuoma Odje enjoyed numerous activities, including racecar driving, aeronautics, running, and cooking.

May his soul rest in perfect peace, Amen.


Memorial Service: May 12, 2023 1:00 pm

Room: Chapel

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013


Reception: May 12, 2023 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Room: Belle Hall

Wade Funeral Home and Crematory
4140 West Pioneer Parkway
Arlington, Texas 76013


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  1. I am so sorry your journey was cut short, Foma.
    I know you have finally found peace.
    Now rest.

  2. I worked with Foma for many years as part of OCAA. He was a good friend and will be missed by all who knew him. He was one of those guys who’d call you at 2am and make you happy he called even though you were dealing with an issue. The Best memory I have is when he got his US citizenship. I remember that day watching jumpy as a jack rabbit because he was so excited as we waiting for his turn. As he swore his oath his always present big bright smile on his face. He was a light in this world and I’m sad that his light has gone out. I will never forget my friend and his legacy will go on in everyone that he touched.

  3. I’m so heartbroken to hear of your passing dear Foma. Still hard for me to believe. I was planning to call you on your birthday, only to discover this tragic & unbelievable news online. I’m still in shock. You were on my heart for sometime now & I deeply regret not calling you then. Thank you for sharing a brief & sweet part of your life with me. I’m so thankful we met & were able to laugh, share, eat & listen to music together. I’ll keep that bottle of wine we both were excited to mutually agreed was the best. My heart is broken because I was sure we would cross paths again. Thank God you were working in St. Louis when you were or I would’ve missed the opportunity to meet such a regal & true gentleman. I’ll always treasure our conversations & pics and videos, & you’re amazing smoked fish. Thank you for leaving an indelible mark on heart. Sending continued prayers of comfort, healing & peace for your family. Rest well my friend, rest well.

  4. Foma, luckily we now know about Dimensions, Annunnaki DNA AND ANCESTRAL SPIRITS



  5. I attended DSC Technical High with Ofos. Will always remember him for his unique ways. RIP bro. From Richard Golah-Ebue London

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