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Pastor Ituah Ighodalo Says He Has No Plans To Remarry After Ibidunni’s Demise

Ituah Ighodalo, the senior pastor of the Trinity House Church, says he has no plans to remarry after the demise of his wife, Ibidunni Ighalo.

Pastor Ituah Ighodalo Opens Up About His Wife Ibidunni's Death: “My Life Has Changed” -

Ibudunni Ighodalo died of a heart attack on the 14th of June 2020, few weeks to her 40th birthday.

In a recent interview, the clergyman said marrying another woman would be “a difficult thing” because he had already given “everything” to his late wife. Ighodalo also added that he is simply focused on his ministry, future, and grooming his children.

“It’s a difficult thing. Ibidun and I had a phenomenal relationship and I gave her everything, I don’t have much to give to anybody. I’m sorry. I just want to focus on my future, look after my children and have God minister to me,” he said.

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In August 2020, Pastor Ituah while speaking to the PUNCH revealed how he was coping with the loss of his wife.

“It has always been God and a refusal to think about myself, pain, and sorrow. I decided to think first, about God and secondly, about my wife”, He said.

“I asked myself what would my wife want and thirdly, I decided to think about other people. How can I send the right kind of message in the midst of this to help other people? I refused to think about myself and what I was going through. I thought more about what God would want me to do. As soon as I focused more on those things and less on myself, it wasn’t a very difficult thing to do.”

Before her death, Ibidunni had opened up on undergoing 11 IVFs, the pressure over her fertility journey, and her quest to find happiness, all of which she said birthed her fertility foundation.


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