Uchenna Nnanna, a Nollywood entertainer and movie producer, has marked the two-year commemoration of her late mother’s passing.
As per news reports, the entertainer lost her adored mother, Romana Nnanna, in 2020. Uche presented a recognition on her on Instagram.
Uche confessed to missing her and uncovered that the main reassurance she has is that she will see her in the future in the first part of the day of the restoration.
The actress Uche Nnanna remembers her late mother after two years. https://t.co/Uv0bOaY7qK
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She portrayed how the EndSARS fight almost demolished her mom’s burial service, yet that God won.
Uche Nnanna, who was petitioning God for her, said thanks to God for not permitting what is happening to influence her and her loved ones.
“Ezinnem Lolo Iyom Jesus nwanyi Oma, today marks precisely a long time since we set out to settle you.”
To say I miss you is putting it mildly, Ezinnem. My main comfort is that we will see you in the future on the morning of the revival.
The people who subverted the Quiet EndSARS fight needed to forestall your entombment, however God’s will prevailed. We won’t ever know how we got toward the East subsequent to leaving Lagos on the twentieth evening, yet we realized it was the All-powerful God you served, Ezinnem, who played out the Supernatural occurrence.
Keep on resting in God’s chest, and thank you for showing my kin and me the method of God. Much thanks to you, Jesus, for not allowing Nigeria to happen to all of us.”
Uche Nnanna was in profound despondency after her mom died out of the blue. The mother of two took to online entertainment to report her mom’s demise.
Uche Nnanna composed close by a lovely photograph of her mom: “Words bomb me. My dearest Mother Iyom Jesus, Lolo Ezinne Romana Nnanna (Otherwise known as Light) died early toward the beginning of today, June 25, 2020. So be it.” “Might her sweet, delicate, and cherishing soul rest in the chest of our Master.”
Nollywood famous people like Ngozi Ezeonu, Racheal Okonkwo, Mary Lazarus, and others left sympathy messages in the remarks part of Uche’s post.