Former Akwa Ibom 1st Lady Uduak Umondak Loses Only Child… See Pictures From the Burial 

This is heartbreaking! Victoria Nkanga Herman, the only child of a former First Lady of Akwa Ibom State, Uduak Abasi Umondak, has passed away.

40-year-old miss Herman reportedly suffered a cardiac arrest and she never recovered from it, as she died on the 2nd of October, 2017, the Elites reports.

She was Uduak’s only child from her marriage to Nsikak Nkanga, the former military governor of Akwa Ibom state.

It was gathered that the U.S-based mother-of-one was buried on Monday, 9 October, 2017, in Maryland, USA, with her parents and son in attendance.

The funeral service also took place on Monday, 9 October, 2017, at Capital Christian Fellowship. The interment took place at National Harmony Memorial Park, 7101 Sheriff Road, Land over.

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Uduak, a celebrity talk show host and former fashion designer whose multi-million Naira outfit, COLOURS was gutted by fire many years ago, was a socialite and a party freak until life dealt an unkind blow which left her devastated and alone at the very bottom of Depression Valley.

That was the motivation for Uduak to attempt suicide as a means of ending the loneliness. She almost swallowed 360 milli-grams of tranquilizers. After that divine intervention, it dawned on Udy that God had a special assignment for her.

In an interview with Vanguard in 2013, she talked about how HIS WORD MADE FLESH, a purpose-driven television programme aimed at encouraging and motivating hurting persons was midwifed.

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”I had to walk the walk after fire gutted my fashion house which was one of the best at that time. Before then, in a dream I heard a voice saying ‘stop what you are doing, I have work for you to do.

After a year, I didn’t hear that voice again. Then I had a dream in 1999 that fire burnt down my place and three days after, fire actually gutted COLOURS and I lost everything.

Three times, I tried to revive the fashion business but they all failed. Instead I got involved in all kinds of controversies and scandals. I was so embarrassed that I attempted suicide and it took a phone call from my friend to save me.

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Two days after fire consumed the fashion house, I actually had a dream about this programme but I didn’t understand it.

He took me through that wilderness journey, from laugh to shame, because at a time, I locked myself inside my house and a lot of people thought I had relocated to the US. It was in that my solitude that God spoke to me about the programme.

One day God said to me, the places that brought you shame will bring you fame. I didn’t know what fame could come out of this shame.

I was accused of things I knew nothing about. I remember in all the accusations, somebody said to me, if you live to tell the story, you will not walk the streets of Lagos.”

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Udy was also among the stars of now rested TV series of the 80’s, Mirror in the Sun.

See photo collage from the burial…

May her soul Rest in Peace!

Photo credit: The Elite

 

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