Nollywood actress Biodun Stephen shares memories of her late mother

Nollywood actress Biodun Stephen shares memories of her late mother

- Nollywood filmmaker, Biodun Stephen, recounted the moments she shared with her late mother who passed on 20 years ago

- The actress also revealed how she found out her beloved mother had passed on November 5, 2000

- The movie star took to the streets to feed kids in honour of her sweet mother

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Nollywood filmmaker and actress, Biodun Stephen, took to social media to recount moments she remembers spending with her late mother who passed on 20 years ago.

In the post she shared on her official Instagram, Bidoun thanked her mum for bringing her up the way she did and also described in detail how industrious she was.

Nollywood filmmaker Biodun Stephen remembers her late mother 20 years after

Biodun Stephen mourns her late mother. Source: @biodunstephen / Instagram
Source: Instagram

The movie star also mentioned in another post that she misses motherly love and all the prayers, gist, and moments they would have had together.

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Excerpt from one of her posts read:

"I remember that Sunday, 6:45am 5th November 2000. I didnt think it would be our last. Barely 15minutes later you were gone. Hit by a driver so drunk, he didn't know aside injuring 5 others, he killed one. You. We would only find out you had been killed 36hours later. Ibironke. it’s been 20 years, with many highs and lows. I miss my mother's love."

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Fans of the movie maker took to the comment section to sympathise with her.

Legit.ng gathered some comments:

Iambisola:

"May her soul continue to rest in the Bosom of the lord. Amen."

Abimpey:

"She raised a d*mn good! beautiful inside- out woman. Starship! her love lives on in you."

A_nkrabea:

"God bless you for doing this!!!!"

Anisah_elejoweewe

"God bless you big maami."

Phummicedesserts:

"May her soul continue to rest with God,it is well with you and yours sis."
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Amenecynthia:

"May her soul continue to rest in peace."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actress Ada Ameh lost her only child on October 20, 2020.

The actress took to her official Instagram page to share the sad news with her fans and followers.

Ada, however, did not share what led to the death of her only child.

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