You’ll Always Be in Our Hearts, Stella Damasus, Daughter Remember Late Hubby 17 Years After His Death

You’ll Always Be in Our Hearts, Stella Damasus, Daughter Remember Late Hubby 17 Years After His Death

  • Actress Stella Damasus has taken to social media in remembrance of her hubby, Jaiye Aboderin, who left the world 17 years ago
  • The movie star’s daughter also dedicated her touching post to her late father in a post shared on social media
  • Fans and well-wishers flooded the comment section of the mother and daughter with comforting words and prayers

Nollywood actress Stella Damasus has dedicated a special post to her late husband, Jaiye Aboderin, on Friday, December 3, 17 years after he left the world.

The actress poured out her hearts in a touching tribute that was shared on her official Instagram page.

Stella Damasus, daughter remember late hubby 17 years after his death
Stella Damasus, daughter remember late Jaiye Aboderin 17 years after his death. Photo: @stelladamasus
Source: Instagram

Stella stated that although it has been 17 years, it still feels like he left the world a day before.

The movie star explained how the pain remains but she has only been able to deal with the hurt through the help of time.

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Stella expressed her satisfaction in the fact that she and her late hubby created memories that can last a lifetime.

In her words:

"It's been 17 years but it still feels like yesterday. Not sure I am handling it better than last year but I am trying. The pain never goes away but time helps me deal with it somehow. My happiness is that we made the best memories together and that keeps me going."

Stella’s post was accompanied with a video mash-up that had a song playing in the background.

She recounted how she and her late hubby had recorded the song together years ago.

See her post below:

Stella Damasus' daughter pens tribute

Also dedicating a tribute to the late Jaiye Abodren, his first daughter, Izzy, shared a video with his song playing.

She explained how it felt so good to hear his voice again while adding that it was also hard.

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Izzy also disclosed that she had been good over the past few days and even went through the process of printing out some of his pictures.

She, however, added that penning the tribute got her in an emotional state.

She wrote:

"I usually breakdown every time I see a picture of him, but I was doing so good the past few days, as I was the one who scanned ALL these photos so they were brought to life. Well turns out i tried and failed, because I’m a mess right now trying to write this. I wish there was some textbook way of handling grief."

See her post below:


Well-wishers on social media had comforting words for the family. Read some comments sighted below:

berlamundi said:

"May he continue to Rest In Peace."

sandydamasus_c said:

"I miss him so so so so muchthe most amazing brother-in-love evermay he continue to rest in the bosom of Christ. I am so sure he is proud of you 3 girls where he sis,it is got to experience a selfless kind of love with Jay,he was the best!"

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gorettiexperience said:

"Awww bless his soul. I remember watching you at his funeral. Wondering what you were thinking, wondering... young beautiful couple with a life ahead of them. So many beautiful stories of your love. You have done amazing, Stella for yourself and your girls."

Stella Damasus marks daughter's birthday

Some weeks ago, reported that Stella Damasus took to social media to shower accolades on her lookalike daughter.

Stella’s second daughter, Angelica, clocked 19 on October 13 and her mother made sure to give an emotional speech.

Not stopping there, the movie star shared series of throwback photos of the little girl including one of her late father, Jaiye Aboderin.


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