Friday, May 16, 2008

My Loss.

Mystories just post a comment on my last post and it just occurred to me I hadnt told my blog readers ... I lost my dear father on thursday, the 8th of May, 2008.

At times like this, I find myself without words - so I leave it like that.

I have been shown more than enough love in the past few days and for that I am grateful.

Chude.

17 comments:

Ifreke said...

God will give you strength to go though this phase and come out stronger!

BOBBY said...

We are with you. Remember that some of us that care are actually only a phone call away.

mystoriesmytestimonies said...

...wish i could see u before i leave naija...
may his soul rest in perfect peace. amen....

Chude! said...

U mean ure in naija and we've not seen?!?! Arew u in lagos?? Give me ur number n let's hook up asap!!

labake said...

hey just read guardian and saw ur article on ur dad's death. pele o. losing anyone is not easy. May God continue to strenghten you and keep you o. like the yoruba will say. e ni ri ru e mo o. it is well. Peace

Nonesuch said...

It well

mystoriesmytestimonies said...

just read ur comments today...
hopefully, we will see when i come in sept by God's grace...
God bless....

NIGERIA POLITRICKS said...

I'm sorry to hear about the passing of you father; May God grant you & your family the fortitude to bear the loss! May his soul rest in perfect peace!!

AlooFar said...

It is well brother.

naijaleta said...

May the Lord grant you the fortitude to bear the loss.

Sum1 who luv's to read ur works. said...

Chude,
Sorry 'bout d loss of ur Dad. I hope u find d strength to bear d loss.

I'm actually here to comment on an interview u had with Bisi Alimi a while back. As i had no other way to contact u, i'm posting here. I feel that for an award-winning journalist of ur repute, u did no justice at all in dat interview. Dat interview was conducted with a biased attitude and without an open mind. And as a journalist, it's ur duty to conduct an interview that'll present all facts to d reader in a fair manner, n leave him to make his own conclusions.
Anyway, as a nigerian, i understand why dat interview was conducted in dat tone, but hope dat ur future interviews will show a better level of journalistic maturity and openness. Please keep up d good work in journalism, presenting, as well as here on ur blog. Peace

Sum1 who luv's to read ur works.

For the love of me said...

So sorry, May the Peace and Grace of God be with you and your family now and always.

Osa said...

My condolences..God will guide you thru.

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Tisha said...

i know its been a while
but i'll still say i'm sorry
ur dad must have been a really special person.

Anonymous said...

Oh, I didn't see this. I'm sorry about your dad, Chude.

Ide.

The Masked Journalisy said...

Though its coming late. Accept mu condolence