Keep praying for my family, mother of late Chrisland student begs Nigerians
Three months after the death of Whitney Adeniran who was a student of Chrisland High School, her mother, Mrs Blessing Adeniran has lamented how difficult it has been coping with her passage.
According to her in an Instagram post, she has been trying so hard to move on and get her life back, but it’s been one of the toughest things she’s had to do, and how she survived these past months has been nothing short of a miracle.
While thanking everyone who has prayed, supported, and fought for and with the family, she then called on Nigerians to keep praying for them, adding that they need all the help they can get.
She wrote: “3 months today, a part of me has gone numb, my Deedee, my first child left this world.
Still feels like a dream and how I’ve survived these past months has been nothing short of a miracle.
Grief is exhausting on its own, now add police calls and court cases to it and you have grief pro max😊.
I’ve been trying SO HARD to move on and get my life back, and that has been one of the toughest things I’ve had to do.
For each and everyone of you that has prayed, supported, fought for and with us in this whole drama, from my heart I pray for you sincerely. May God bless you all and may you never experience the death of a child.
Please keep putting me and my family in your prayers, we need all the help we can get now 🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽.
Thank you and do have a great day😊”
Coronary reports revealed Whitney’s death on February 9 during the school’s inter-house sports at the Agege Stadium was caused by injuries suffered from electrocution.