- Actress Remi Surutu has expressed sad feelings over the loss of her daughter who died three years ago
- The actress took to her social media page to remember her beloved daughter
- Remi prayed that the Lord would continue to heal her, noting that she misses her daughter
Veteran Yoruba actress, Remi Oshodi, popularly known as Remi Surutu, has taken to her social media page to remember her late daughter Ayomikun who died three years ago.
The beautiful actress shared an emotional message on her official Instagram page to remember her late daughter.
According to her, Thursday, July 2, marks three years that she last set eyes on her baby girl. The film star prayed that the Lord would continue to heal her.
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Praying that her late daughter continues to rest in peace, the Yoruba actress revealed that she misses her and she would forever be in her heart.
"Hmm...Tomorrow 2nd of July marks 3 years I haven’t set my eyes on my baby..lord please continue to Heal me. May your soul Rest In Peace Ayomikun beautiful in and out...forever in my heart...I miss u," she wrote.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the actress lost her baby girl after a long battle with sickle cell anaemia in 2017. The film star who seems to share a cordial relationship with her daughter never fails to speak on how much she misses her and her friendship.
In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that popular Nollywood actress called Chizoba Bosah died after a long battle with diabetes, stroke, and high blood pressure.
Until her sudden departure, the seasoned film star was a seasoned actress, producer, and presenter. She was one of the casts of the epoch-making flick, ‘Living in Bondage’, and her Igbo comedy series- ‘Kanyi Si Ebi’ was a major contributor to the start of Igbo Channel on DSTV.
The late actress was also known for her role as Aunty Atinuke in popular TV drama, Tinsel. She was married to a movie producer Sam Boye for about 15 years, and they jointly operated a company called Purple Pictures.
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