My daughter warned me not to remarry – Pastor Ighodalo.

Pastor Ituah Ighodalo of the Trinity House Church, Lagos, has revealed how his daughter has warned him against remarrying.

In a recent chat with Arise TV, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo, who lost his wife, Ibidun, on June 14, 2020, said,

“It is not possible to say I would never remarry, but if I had my way, I am okay.

I am happy and my life is not complicated.

I am looking after my children, and I am doing well. I might consider it when my children are older.

My daughter has also warned me not to remarry (laughs).”

Speaking further, Ighodalo said “I have been lucky. They (children) have about four women (as mother figures) in their lives.

They include my mother-in-law (their maternal grandmother), my brother’s wife, Ifeyinwa; my sister, Toluwalope; and Dami, who used to be Ibidun’s personal assistant.

And, she has continued in that role.”

Asked by the interviewers if Dami was single, Ighodalo said, “She is single, but is like a daughter to me. She is a good friend’s child, and I practically brought her up.”

Shedding light on how he had been coping with being a widower and wading off female attention, Ighodalo said,

“I am coping well because I was a bachelor for a long time and I know the game. I am very clear in my thoughts, and I would not be in the same space with any woman just by myself.

I am always either with my personal assistant, special assistant or chief of staff.

Or, they (women) would come to my home, where there are maids around.”

“I still converse with my late wife, Ibidunni Ighodalo, she speaks to me” Pastor Ituah Ighodalo reveals

Last year, the founder and senior pastor of Trinity House, Pastor Ituah Ighodalo made a shocking revelation about his relationship with his late wife, Ibidunni Ighodalo.

Recall that the ex beauty queen, event management expert, and philanthropist died on the 14th of June, 2020 at age 39.

Ibidunni Ighodalo died of cardiac arrest in a hotel room in Port Harcourt where she went for official assignment.

Speaking out in life after his wife’s death, Ituah Ighodalo stated that the bond between him and his wife was still evergreen.

The clergyman revealed that he still converse with her, they talk, he hears her and she speaks to him.

He said, “We still converse, we talk, I hear her, she speaks to me”.