- Yul Edochie has questioned the cause of the death of Ighodalo Ibidunni's death
- The Nollywood actor said that the woman appeared full of life in her videos
- Yul said that he has a feeling there's more to the cause of her death than cardiac arrest
Popular Nollywood actor and social commentator, Yul Edochie, has spoken about the death of Ibidunni’s death.
He said that though he never met the woman, the videos he watched of her made him teary, adding that she was “full of life, full of love for humanity”
Yul asked that why does he “feel there’s more to her death than the cardiac arrest story” that was given as the cause of her death.
He said that if it was the case that someone took her life, suffering and painful death will be the portion of such a person.
See his tweet below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that her funeral took place in Lagos state and videos from the sad occasion have been shared on social media.
In one of the videos, pallbearers were seen carrying the casket where Ibidunni lay into the waiting hearse.
A solemn tune was also played as people looked on sadly. The deceased’s husband, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo was also seen decked in black while gently walking near the pallbearers.
Loved ones and well-wishers were also present and they made sure to wear their face masks and face shields while practicing social distancing.
In other news, a video of late Ibidunni Ighodalo's daughter Keke 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.
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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.
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.
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