Popular Nigerian film actress, Yewande Adekoya has cried out over severe panic attacks and anxiety for days.
The Movie Star who is seemingly shaken by the quick succession of three of her colleagues death — Murphy Afolabi, Saint Obi, and Adedigba Mukail lamented how fickle life is.
Yewande Adekoya noted how she feels numb but has been concealing all she has been feeling for days.
The mother of two who was at the funeral of the late Murphy Afolabi, then prayed for long life and the grace to take care of her children till maturity. She wrote:
“I feel so numb right now. Ile aye, lle Asan. Sometimes I wonder why we go through the entire life struggle only for us to die at the end. What exactly is the essence of this whole thing called life. I have being having severe panic attacks and anxiety for some days now, i might be doing a good job concealing it, but na me know say something dey do me. Olorun oba jowo, fun wa ni emi gigun ati alafia, fun wa ni ore ofe Lati toju awon omo wa Debi ti eru o tini bawon. Ki awon omo wa ma di omolomo. 🙏 God please🙏.”
This is coming after three actors in the Nigerian entertainment industry were announced dead in the space of 24 hours.
It has been a difficult time for Nigerian actors over the loss of their colleagues Murphy Afolabi, Saint Obi, and Adedigba Mukail.
Murphy Afolabi was confirmed dead on Sunday morning, May 14 following health complications and a slump.
On Saturday evening, May 13, Nollywood actor, Obinna Nwafor, better known by his stage name Saint Obi was announced dead. The sad incident was said to have occurred about a week prior the announcement on Monday, May 7, 2023.
He reportedly passed on after spending several months travelling to the hospital for treatment of an unspecified illness
Few hours before Saint Obi’s death was sadly announced, film actor, Adedigba Mukaila popularly known as Alafin Oro died.
The Actor who was known for his roles in Yoruba films was said to have passed on at the early hours of Saturday, May 13.
Kunle Afod took to Instagram page to share the sad news with photos of the deceased, stating that the whole industry will miss him dearly.