Toyin Abraham opens up on her walk with depression

Toyin Abraham opens up on her walk with depression

- Toyin Abraham recently opened up on her experience with depression

- The Nollywood star and filmmaker revealed that she had started to plan her own funeral at some point

- Amongst other things, she revealed she didn't want to get attached to her family as she believed she would die soon

Almost everyone is familiar with Toyin Abraham's rise from the phoenix, career-wise. Well, the talented Nollywood actress and filmmaker has shared some interesting details about a time she suffered from depression.

Toyin who is now a mother of one, in an interview with media man, Chude on his show, “With Chude” on TVC, recounted how she lived mindlessly for a period of time, living in hotels paid for from her acting gigs.

The mother of one also revealed that she dreaded her family back then as she is from a Christian home and she smoked cigarettes. She also avoided her family as she didn't want to get too attached to them because she believed she would die soon.

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The Alakada star recounted how she had even begun to plan her funeral and imagined the crowd that would show up for her.

“I used to sit down and tell myself, Toyin if you die now, imagine the kind of crowd that will come, you will now be more popular oh. Yes, I was looking at the crowd that will come to my funeral,” she told Chude.

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The popular actress only a while ago, was the topic of discussion on social media after she was spotted in a video campaign against the coronavirus pandemic which was initiated by the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC).

Shortly after Abraham was seen in the video, some social media users started passing words around that she has been used as a replacement for colleague, Funke Akindele, who recently got into trouble after violating the social distancing laws put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19.

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Following the development, the screen diva came out to set the record clear and maintain that she is not an ambassador to the NCDC. According to her, she only featured in a video campaign against the pandemic.

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