Nollywood actress, Debbie Shokoya is ready to get back on her feet following her pregnancy loss.
Taking to her Instagram page, the movie star, who took a break from the industry in hopes of taking care of her child, revealed that she is ready to return to work.
Debbie stated that she is back to work in September and is awaiting scripts from directors, marketers, and brands.
She also penned an appreciation post to all for their words of encouragement and prayers, noting how it’s well.
“Good Morning Amazing people. Thank you all. I really appreciate every word of encouragement and prayers. It is well.
I am back. And back to work fully starting from September to all the movie producers, Production Managers, Directors, Marketers, Skit Makers, Brands/Vendors, and more.
Let’s start work ooo!!
Am at your service.
Thank you all and I love you all”.
Many of her colleagues flooded her comment section singing her praises.
The likes of Joke Jigan, Bukunmi Oluwasina, and Eniola Ajao hailed her for being a strong woman.
Others like Iyabo Ojo, Funmi Awelewa, Kie Kie, Liz Da Silva, and Yetunde Barnabas left encouraging words for her.
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Debbie Shokoya opens up on her pregnancy loss
Kemi Filani reported on Wednesday that Debbie Shokoya in an emotional video on her Instagram page, had tearfully recounted how she lost her pregnancy at 8 months.
According to her, everyone knew she was pregnant and she had even traveled out expecting to return with her child, but unfortunately, things happened and she had a miscarriage.
Begging for people to not bash her, she noted how she sacrificed and went through a lot for her unborn child, only for her to lose the pregnancy.
In tears, she stated that it hasn’t been easy for her as she bonded with her child so well before the loss. See the video here.
Scarlet Gomez opens up as she consoles Debbie Shokoya
Reacting to her devastating story, actress, Scarlet Gomez also opened up on her pregnancy loss.
The movie star revealed that she carried hers for 9 months and even gave birth to him, but she never saw or carried him. To date, she doesn’t know what he looked like.
Consoling Debbie, she affirmed her support for her as she noted how it isn’t easy. Encouraging her, she assured her that God will give her the strength she needs and she will smile again.