Nollywood actress and filmmaker Uchenna Nnanna has marked the two years remembrance of her late mother.
Kemi Filani news reported that the actress lost her beloved mother, Romana Nnanna in 2020.
Taking to Instagram, Uche penned a tribute to her.
Admitting to missing her, Uche revealed that her only consolation is that she will see her again in the resurrection morning.
She recounted how the EndSARS protest almost ruined her mother’s funeral, however, God prevailed.
Praying for her, Uche Nnanna expressed her gratitude to God for not allowing the country’s situation to affect her and her family.
“Ezinnem Lolo Iyom Jesus nwanyi Oma today made it exactly 2 years we led you to rest.
Missing you is an understatement Ezinnem. My only consolation is that we will see you again on that resurrection morning.
Those that ruined the Peaceful EndSARS protest wanted to stop your burial but God’s will prevailed. How we made it to the East leaving Lagos that 20th night remains a mystery and we knew it was the Almighty God you served Ezinnem that performed the MIRACLE.
Keep resting in God’s bosom and thanks for reaching me and my siblings the way of God.
Thank you Jesus for not allowing Nigeria to happen to me and my household”.
Uche Nnanna loses mother
Uche Nnanna was in sorrow due to the sudden death of her mum. The mother of two took to social media to announce that her mother had passed on.
Sharing a beautiful picture of her mum, Uche Nnanna wrote;
“Lost for words. My dearest Mother Iyom Jesus, Lolo Ezinne Romana Nnanna ( AKA Daylight) has taken a bow in the early hours of this morning 25/06/2020. May her sweet, gentle, loving soul rest in the bosom of our LORD AMEN.”
Top Nollywood stars, Ngozi Ezeonu, Racheal Okonkwo, Mary Lazarus, and others, shared their condolence messages in the comments section of Uche’s post.
Uche Nnanna dedicates award to her late sister
Uchenna Nnanna Maduka had rededicated her African Magic Viewers Choice Awards to a whole lot of people, including her sister who died in Sosoliso plane crash.
The mother of two boys took home AMVCA’s Best Indigenous movie (Igbo) award.
Via her Instagram page, Uchenna Nnanna Maduka also dedicated the award to her husband and kids.
Some parts of her statement read,
“Hmmm to my immediate elder sister Olaedo Nnanna who died in the Sosoliso plane crash, I’m very sure you are smiling down on me from Heaven because this was all you wanted for me. Then again I will still thank my husband, my children, my wonderful siblings, My loving Mother-in-law and my husband’s siblings. @richie_ten @mikeymilanom.” Read more here.