- Nigerian media personality, Stephanie Coker Aderinokun, has taken to social media to share the sad news of her mother-in-law’s death
- Stephanie explained how she was the best mother-in-law anyone could have and how she was the grandma everybody wanted as their own
- The TV girl revealed that her mother-in-law died on July 12, 2020
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Death has no doubt been described as cruel by a number of people seeing as it comes out of nowhere and takes away the souls of loved ones.
Despite the finality of death, it is still something every human being must face, some earlier than others. The solace, however, comes from knowing that the deceased lived a good life and rubbed many people the right way.
Popular media personality, Stephanie Coker, recently took to social media to mourn the loss of her mother-in-law. The TV girl announced that her husband’s mother died on July 12, 2020.
Unlike many people who have terrible tales to tell about their mothers-in-law, Stephanie could not relate as she had only positive things to say about the deceased.
The media girl described her mother-in-law as the life of the party and the grandma everyone wished was theirs. Stephanie also said that her only regret was not meeting her son earlier.
The TV girl promised to take care of the deceased’s son and granddaughter. Stephanie also shared photos of moments shared with her ‘second mother’. She also shared an adorable photo of the aged woman dancing happily at her son’s wedding.
Excerpts from Stephanie's post reads:
“Who knew the last time we would see would be you leaving my house after my mum and myself refused to let you go. We delayed you for over a week and still begged you to stay longer with us. I’m glad you were able to meet Ariella Adunni. Coincidentally, I didn’t know ‘Adunni’ was your name when I chose that as her oríkí.
My sweet mama, I will tell your grandchildren of how kind, remarkable and loving you were. On Thursday you called and the last words I said to you were “we love you” we can all take comfort in knowing that you knew we loved you.
I promise to look after your son, Temi and Adunni. Just know that in another life I would pick you to be my mother in-law a thousand times. This hurts but I know I cannot question God. Sleep well mama Aderinokun. Heaven gained an Angel. 12.07.2020”
See her post below:
RIP to the dead.
Meanwhile, just recently, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian actor, Jimmy Johnson, passed away.
Johnson was popularly known for his role as Okoro in Village Headmaster, a well-known TV series on NTA in the 80s. He is said to have been 80 years old at the time of his death.
Johnson reportedly passed on in the early hours of July 8, 2020, at Garki Hospital in Abuja after a brief illness.
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