Yewande Adekoya, a renowned Nigerian film actress, recently opened up about her struggle with severe panic attacks and anxiety that she has been experiencing for several days. The actress, visibly shaken by the untimely deaths of three of her colleagues—Murphy Afolabi, Saint Obi, and Adedigba Mukail—expressed her profound grief and reflected on the fragile nature of life.
Yewande Adekoya shared her overwhelming emotions, revealing how she has been grappling with numbness while keeping her inner turmoil hidden from the world. The weight of the recent tragedies has undoubtedly taken a toll on her, leaving her emotionally drained and vulnerable.
Attending the funeral of the late Murphy Afolabi, Yewande Adekoya found herself confronting the harsh reality of mortality. It was during this poignant moment that she offered prayers for longevity and the strength to care for her children until they reach maturity. Her heartfelt plea resonated with the deep emotions she has been experiencing, as she grapples with the uncertainties and fragility of life.
Yewande Adekoya’s candid expression of her inner struggles serves as a reminder that even those in the spotlight face their own battles with mental health and emotional well-being. Her willingness to share her vulnerability sheds light on the importance of addressing and seeking support for mental health challenges.
As fans and well-wishers, we extend our thoughts and support to Yewande Adekoya during this difficult time. May she find solace and strength amidst her struggles, and may her candidness inspire others to prioritize their mental and emotional well-being.
See What She Wrote;
“I feel so numb right now. Ile aye, lle Asan. Sometimes I wonder why we go through the entire life struggle only for us to die at the end. What exactly is the essence of this whole thing called life. I have being having severe panic attacks and anxiety for some days now, i might be doing a good job concealing it, but na me know say something dey do me. Olorun oba jowo, fun wa ni emi gigun ati alafia, fun wa ni ore ofe Lati toju awon omo wa Debi ti eru o tini bawon. Ki awon omo wa ma di omolomo. God please.”