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Late Ibidunni’s wish for her 40th birthday to be granted by her company.

It has been constantly said that this life is not our home and we are just passing through. So do good while you can, so you would be remembered for your good deeds.

Late Ibidunni Ighodalo is still being celebrated and remembered 1 month after her passing.

She would have turned 40 on Sunday July 19, but she died from cardiac arrest on Sunday 14th June 2020. 

It was told by people who knew her that she was a good hearted woman who loved helping people and she is somehow still helping even in death.

We knew about her foundation and how she loved helping women with fertility issues who couldn’t pay for intro vital fertilization (IVF). She paid for them and some of them welcomed children while she was alive.

Her foundation, the Ibidunni Ighodalo Foundation has announced plans to sponsor 40 couples for fertility treatment.

The sponsorship will be done to celebrate her 40th post-humous birthday as it was what she wanted when she was alive.

Nigerian photographer TY Bello shared a photo of the conversation she had with the late Ibidunni who expressed her desires to help 40 couples with fertility issues.

Late Ibidunni was also the owner of Elizabeth R events, an events management company and the staff members of her company have reportedly made plans to celebrate her birthday with a global worship concert.

In an Instagram post made on their official account, the global praise concert held in her honor would be televised on Television, and members of her company have called on Nigerians to join in the broadcast to honor the late business woman.

Late Ibidunni is survived by her husband Pastor Ituah and her children Keke and Zenan.

It is good to know that her wish would be fulfilled even in death.

May her soul continue to Rest In Peace.

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