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Forget my make-up, it’s been days, nights of tears for my dead son – Eucharia Anunobi

Eucharia Anunobi: Forget my make-up, it’s been days, nights of tears for my dead son

Actress Eucharia Anunobi recently marked the memorial of her late son with a thanksgiving service at the Rose of Sharon Centre , Redeemed Christian Church of God , Ikeja GRA , Lagos .

In a chat with Saturday Beat, the actress said she had yet to recover from the loss of her only child .

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“It is not possible to overcome the trauma of losing an only child ; it is a scar that will always be there . I don ’ t even know if I have the strength. People only tell me that I have the strength but all I know is that I am very fragile and weak . Forget the powder and lipstick , it is just a cover -up ; it’ s been days and nights of tears , ” she said.

When asked if she had ever thought of adopting a child , the veteran actress said it would happen in God ’ s time .

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“In the fullness of time , I will adopt a child in God ’ s time ; although , I still have people that stay with me that I ’ ve been taking care of , even before he ( my son ) died , ” she said.

Eucharia Anunobi was however commended by the pastor who anchored the ceremony, saying that despite the loss of her child , she was still able to successfully complete some major pastoral leadership programmes .

Although her late son suffered from sickle -cell anaemia, the actress stressed that her beloved son didn’ t die of his condition but rather as a result of his doctors’ mistake.

“I still miss him so much, especially when I have to drive home and I remember that he ’ s no more ; he used to give me a warm welcome anytime I got home . I never nursed any fear when he was born . I need to correct a misconception . He didn ’ t die because he had sickle -cell anaemia , he died because the doctors made a mistake , but I don ’t want to go into that right now. ”

Eucharia Anunobi: Forget my make-up, it’s been days, nights of tears for my dead son

Eucharia Anunobi: Forget  my make-up, it’s been days, nights of tears for my dead son

Eucharia Anunobi: Forget my make-up, it’s been days, nights of tears for my dead son

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