Grieving Actress Remi Surutu Mourns Loss of Daughter with Touching Words

Remi Oshodi popularly known as Remi Surutu is still trying to come to terms with her the lose of her first daughter who died of sickle cell anaemia.

Before her demise, the stunning 21-year-old Ayomikun had established a Sickle Cell Organisation which she called the AYOMIKUN TONGUE OUT FOUNDATION.

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The foundation was established to carry on the values that Ayomikun Oladayo stood for – charitable causes, music and comedy. The “tongue out” was her trademark gesture – she loved it, and it was a sign of her happiness.

According to her mother, Ayomikun lived an interconnected life and a lot of people knew her for good deeds. As a sickle cell anaemia carrier, she didn’t let the situation define her, as she rose above it and was always happy.

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The mother of two who is grieving the demise of her first daughter took to her Instagram few hours ago to pour out her heart to her daughter. She shared Ayomikun’s photo and wrote:

“It’s a full moon,the longest month I have ever had in my life. This day,last month…Ayomikun, you left us. The vacuum is a huge one. The moment reality dawned, I prayed for the “lazarus miracle”, I prayed.

I remember it all- the times we shared joy together; the pains I watched you absorb; the faces you put smiles on even when you couldn’t smile yourself; the strengths you gave me with your words; the times you promised all will be well. Ileriayo, I remember it all,I remember.

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You were so strong…my jewel of incomparable value. You accepted things as they came; you sourced strengths from the words of God each time. I have lived the past few weeks with high hopes,that I would wake up to see you next to me on the bed,and tell me it was all a prank.

Alas! It was my fears clashing with dreams. Hearken to my calls Ayo! We miss you. You lived and left as a warrior. Even when the battle was tough, you were fierce at the war front

Haaaaaa! Shame on you death. Why not come for a bargain, I would have let you go with all within my reach.  As days go by, we keep getting stronger with faith and hopes. Rest on Warrior…Rest on Ayo!”

Photo credit: Instagram/therealremisurutu

We pray for strength for Ayomikun’s mother and sibling.


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