- Pastor Ituah Ighodalo of the Trinity House has lost his wife to cardiac arrest
- The pastor's wife Ibidunni Ighodalo died on Sunday morning, June 14
- Ibidunni's death has been confirmed by her husband
Ibidunni Ighodalo, the wife of popular Lagos pastor, Ituah Ighodalo, died on Sunday, June 14.
According to PM Express, the pastor's wife died on Sunday morning in her hotel room in Port Harcourt, where she was handling a project.
Legit.ng gathers that Ibidunni, who was in her early 40s, was the boss of Elizabeth R, a leading event packaging outfit.
According to Glam, Pastor Ighodalo, who is the founder of Trinity House, confirmed that his wife died of cardiac arrest around 2am on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ibidunni Ighodalo before her untimely death had mourne one of her trusted members of staff who passed away.
She took to her Instagram page to pen down a touching tribute to the deceased whom she referred to as Baba Shukura.
According to her, she had known him for many years and he was very diligent at his job despite suffering injuries while at it. Ighodalo expressed surprise that she will now have to refer to him in the past tense.
She wrote: “You had been working with me for 16years and along the line of duty during my father-in-laws funeral you lost 2 fingers while setting up the marquee many years ago. You were taken to the hospital and you came back to site to still help to continue despite my refusal. Quiet. Focused. Easy going, are words anyone who had encountered you would probably agree you were.
"Never one to be noisy or rowdy, going about your duty to the best of your ability and even helping other departments without prejudice or anger. It's hard to believe we were still together as a team less than a month ago, laughing, working and gisting and now I have to refer to you in the past tense. How ???? This is a painful and terrible blow to the Elizabeth R family and of course the Amusa family. Baba Shukura as we fondly called you, may your gentle and beautiful soul rest in perfect peace and may God in heaven console your family that you have left behind. It is well indeed.”
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