- Late Ibidunni Ighodalo's daughter Keke has paid respects to her mum
- Keke was spotted in a video singing during the service of songs organised for her beloved mother
- The young girl was also joined on the stage by her brother
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A video of late Ibidunni Ighodalo's daughter Keke has surfaced online. Keke was spotted in the video singing at her mum's service of songs.
A service of songs was organised by Trinity House, the church of Ibidunni's husband, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo on Wednesday, June 17, before she would be finally laid to rest on Saturday, June 20.
The children of the philanthropist do not seem to understand the situation yet as her young son was seen playing around while the service was going on.
Meanwhile, Ibidunni's daughter who was called to sing a song did a beautiful rendition of Tim Godfrey's and Travis Greene's popular Nara.
Donned in a white lovely dress with a beautiful butterfly ribbon on her ponytail hair, Keke smiled as she sonorously sang into the microphone while the choir backed her up.
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While Keke was singing, Pastor Ituah felt so touched by the song that he bent down while worshipping God. On ending her rendition, her brother joined her on stage as she stretched the microphone for him to also sing.
Watch the video here:
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported the emotional video of Ibidunni Ighodalo's visit to her late dad’s grave days before her death.
The former beauty queen in an Instagram post had recounted how she paid a visit to the grave of her old man and how the visit was indeed an emotional one. According to her, she misses him a lot and decided to check out his grave. She also recounted how she and her aunt went to visit the burial place of her daddy.
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.
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