Nollywood actor cum politician, Yul Edochie has reacted to the sudden death of former beauty queen, Ibidun Ighodalo.
CANDIID ONLINE reported a few days ago that the late Ibidun Ighodalo lost her life to a cardiac arrest in Port Harcourt.
Reacting to the news of her death, Yul Edochie questioned the circumstances leading to the death.
The actor went on to place a curse on anybody that has a hand in her death.
Why do I feel there’s more to her death than the cardiac arrest story? I never met her but watching her videos brought tears to my eyes. She was so full of life, full of love for humanity.
“If your life was taken by someone, may suffering and painful death befall that person. They shall know no peace till they are gone. Rest well Ibidun.
The death of the former beauty queen and wife of popular Nigerian pastor, sent shock and sadness in the country.
Ibidun Ighodalo, 39, was due to celebrate her 40th birthday next month, and had been traveling across the country to build isolation centers for coronavirus patients.
A co-pastor of Trinity House church in Lagos, Nigeria, alongside her husband Ituah Ighodalo, Ibidun also ran an upscale, luxury events services -Elizabeth R, a leading event management company in the country.
Many described how through the Ibidunni Ighodalo Foundation, Ighodalo provided grants for women to pay for IVF treatments and helped reduce the stigma around IVF in Nigeria.
Ibidun Ighodalo was open about her own struggles to conceive and shared in an interview that she had undergone 11 IVF procedures before adopting two children with her husband of 13 years.
She also talked about finally conceiving twins and suffering a miscarriage at three months.
“It’s such a rollercoaster… It’s emotionally draining. It’s very expensive… I stopped living and I was just existing…,” she said in an interview.
“The last one I did worked. I had a set of twins but I had a miscarriage at three months. That was very traumatic, it’s one thing to not get pregnant and it’s another thing to eventually get pregnant … and you lose it.”
There has been an outpouring of grief on social media as people spoke out about their shock and sadness at her death. Nigeria’s President Buhari was among those who sent messages of condolence to the family.
“The President shares the pain and sorrow of the family at the sudden death, and prays God’s comfort for the entire family, friends and members of Trinity House,” his aide said in a statement
She was laid to rest on Saturday, June 20, 2020 and the funeral took place at the Vaults and Gardens cemetery in Ikoyi, Lagos state.