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Pastor Ighodalo Leads Late Wife’s Foundation In Outreach To Babies (Photos)

Pastor Ighodalo Leads Late Wife’s Foundation In Outreach To Babies (Photos)

Ituah Ighodalo, senior pastor of Trinity House Church in Lagos, spearheaded his late wife Ibidunni’s foundation in presenting presents to babies in hospitals on New Year’s Day.

Recall that Ibidunni died in her hotel room in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, on June 14, 2020. She was in the region to install marquee tents as a coronavirus isolation facility.

Ighodalo prayed for the babies and their parents as well as the children in critical care during his visits. Somolu General Hospital was among the hospitals visited.

“January 1st outreach for New Year newborns and their families,” said a message posted by the organization on Instagram and uploaded by Ighodalo to commemorate the outreach.

“As a foundation, we are fulfilled when we help put smiles on the faces of every and any family we come across.”

Meanwhile, Popular Nollywood actress, Kemi Afolabi has been on cloud nine since recovering from a disease that nearly took her life.

The actress used her Instagram account to express what she went through. She wrote that the year 2021 was difficult for her, but that God provided for her.

According to Kemi Afolabi, she had done many covid-19 testing and had been on oxygen for approximately a month since she was experiencing related symptoms.

She said that she sold her homes after exhausting her resources because she felt that bringing her situation to the attention of the public or begging for funds at that time would kill her faster.

She claimed she had been diagnosed with an incurable disease that might be managed with medication.

As horrible as it may seem, the actress claimed she had already written her will and had reserved a plot at Ebony Vault (a Lagos cemetery), as she appeared to have prepared for her death. 

Source: www.GHgossip.com

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