Emotional video of Ibidunni Ighodalo's visit to her late dad’s grave days before her death

Emotional video of Ibidunni Ighodalo's visit to her late dad’s grave days before her death

- An old video of recently deceased Ibidunni Ighodalo has caught the attention of the internet community

- Just some days ago, the late Ibidunni had paid a visit to the grave of her father and she posted an emotional clip that captured the moment

- Ibidun in her post had also called on her friends and followers to take out time to pay a visit to the graves of their loved ones

Nigerians are still reeling in shock following the sudden and heartbreaking demise of former beauty queen and pastor, Ibidunni Ituah-Ighodalo, who was also married to a popular man of God and leader of Trinity House, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo.

In the light of Ibidunni’s death, social media users have flooded her official Instagram page with farewell messages and some of her posts in the past few days have caught the attention of many.

One such post is a video shared by the deceased just three days ago before her passing. Ibidunni in the post had recounted how she paid a visit to the grave of her old man and how the visit was indeed an emotional one.

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Emotional video of Ibidunni Ighodalo's visit to her late dad’s grave days before her death
Late Pastor Ibidunni Ighodalo. Photo: Instagram/@ibidunni_ighodalo
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"When I went to visit daddy’s burial ground, the graveyards were not organized, getting there was daunting and no space, people buried on people. Please take time out to visit your loved ones and say a prayer. I was so emotional," her caption read in part.

Ibidunni also recounted how she and her aunt went to visit the grave of a loved one. According to her, the state of the grave-site made it hard to go through the visitation process. She concluded her post by calling on friends and loved ones to take out time to visit the graves of their loved ones who are no more.

She said: "Make sure you take time to visit loved ones and make them feel loved and cherished always even in death. Clean their grave always, regularly and say a prayer thank you @akanke83 for looking after me"

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Still in a related story, Legit.ng earlier reported that the family of later Ibidunni released an official statement following her death.

In the statement, the family requested privacy, describing the time as a difficult one for them. Her husband, Pastor Ituah spoke about her passing, during the funeral service of Biola Okoya's son which he officiated.

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