Olushola Ajayi Shares How He Has Been Dealing with the Loss of His Wife Who died one Week after the Birth of Their Son


“Loss at any degree is hard to deal with. Whether it’s the loss of a child, spouse, parent or a sibling, it never really goes away, you just learn to live with it. It’s a kind of strange pain that even as you grow, its always there, not one day goes by without you thinking about those people and it’s amazing how we think we have a forgetful memory but there are some certain things we just won’t forget. So, its hard to deal with the loss of anyone.”

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Toke Makinwa, one of the hosts of Moments on EbonyLifeTV said, while introducing a topic on “Dealing with loss.”

Their guest, Olushola Ajayi, a graphic artiste, who lost his wife, a week after childbirth reveals how he’s dealing with the loss.

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