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Actress Remi Oshodi Opens Up On Late Daughter

Popular Nigerian actress, Remi Oshodi also known as Mama Surutu, has paid a tribute to her late daughter, Ayomikun who died recently as a result of sickle cell disorder.

The Nollywood star took to her Instagram page to celebrate her late daughter’s birthday: “Though I mourn no more, the strengths to fight keep fluctuating. You would have been 23 years old today, but fate beat me to it. For 22 years and a bit more, I watched you grow. I enjoyed every glamour of your innocence and the love you practically shared with all and sundry.”

“For 22 years and a bit more, I watched you fight. Till date, your strength scares me. I do not know where you got such energy from. I didn’t experience in you the myth that fighters are always troublesome to handle. You were ever calm, obedient, cheerful, respectful and concerned.”

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“I can’t forget it all… Your beauty — in character and appearance. The elegance in your walks and the tenderness of your voice. You, within a brief moment of existence, lived an exceptional life. Keep resting, baby. Ayomikun… Ejika mi!”

See below as posted on her Instagram page…

Though I mourn no more, but the strengths to fight keep fluctuating. You would have been 23 years old today, but fate beat me to it. For 22 years and a bit more, I watched you grow. I enjoyed every glamour of your innocence and the love you practically shared with all and sundry. For 22 years and a bit more, I watched you fight. Till date, your strengths scare me. I do not know where you got such energies from. I didn't experience in you the myth that fighters are always troublesome to handle. You were ever calm, obedient, cheerful, respectful and concerned. I can't forget it all…your beauty- in character and appearance. The elegance in your walks and the tenderness of your voice. You within a brief moment of existence lived an exceptional life. Keep resting, baby. Ayomikun…Ejika mi! With much love from 'Remi.

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