My son is cancer-free, actress Somkele Idhalama rejoices

Delectable actress, Somkele Iyamah Idhalama, is grateful to God for curing her son of acute cancer.

In a video she posted on Instagram, the thespian took to her caption section to inform her followers that last week, her son was certified cancer-free.

She wrote, “The past 3 years have been nothing short of a miracle with miracle after miracle after miracle. On Monday last week, we got the amazing news, nearly 5 months earlier than predicted, that our baby is certified #CancerFree!

“Where do I start to thank every single person who knew and supported us along the way. @sickkidstoronto you have a special place in heaven, Dr Summit Gupta and your entire oncology team!! I’m holding back tears that are overwhelming!! This video is only a spec of dust in explaining this journey. But what I will tell you is this, there is a living God. Period!”

She continued stating how she was steadfast in her faith, “Let me give you perspective Nov. 1-20th I did the #HallelujahChallenge with @nathanielblow and fasted the whole way. Day 21, I landed in SA, Day 22 I received news that our son was diagnosed with acute childhood cancer. Day 23 I was back in Nigeria and the rest I summarized in the video.

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“Your faith will be tested but fear not for He has overcome and so will you and I. So for those whose weddings and milestones and projects I had to miss or turn down, please forgive me by rejoicing with me today. Come and join me sing Hallelujah, Jehovah Jireh has done me well #Somkelechukwu #Thanksgiving.”

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