Ibinabo Fiberesima Sentenced To 5 Years Imprisonment


Ibinabo Fiberesima, a popular actress has been sentenced to 5 years imprisonment for the “hit and run” accident that resulted in the death of Giwa-Adeyemi. The accident that led to the death of Dr. Giwa more than 10 years ago, in February 26th, 2006 along the Lekki Epe Express way has become a hot topic on social media as the actress fans, family, and friends are pouring support for her with the hashtag ‪#‎prayforibinabo.

Some of the social media post for her support include:

@ Stella Dimoko-Korkus, “MY HEART and Prayers are WITH YOU Ibinabo Fiberesima. God will use this trial to turn you into a testimony for his Kingdom. Amen

@ Ego Dolly-Umez, “My heart sank when I heard the rulings by the Judge over the accident that happened years ago. It could’ve happened to any of us, therefore we call it an unfortunate incident. But the judge of all judges (God) will turn things around in your favour my dearest Ibinabo Fiberesima. I know how the family of the deceased feels, however time should have healed their wounds. May God be with you in this trying times…”

@ King Solomon Ekhaiyemhe, “You’re in our thoughts & prayers, the lord will see you through these difficult times.”

@ Anita Igwe, “Aunty Ibinabo Fiberesima may the good Lord see you through at this trial period. The God u serve shall not forsake you.‪#‎Istandwithyouinprayers. I could remember you told me the real story years back. Have Faith.

@Jassman Olofin, “Lord God shall see you through. We are praying hard for a miracle. It shall be well in Jesus name. ‪#‎forgiveness ‪#‎mercy Ibinabo Fiberesima.”

@ Eliashib Ime-James, “Dear Lord, You know the truth about this case, whatever the truth is, please save this kindhearted lady. For months before this latest pronouncement, she has publicly acknowledged you as her Savior and hope, will you disappoint her now? Let the sure mercies of David see her through man’s judgement. I ask for mercy from the family of the deceased doctor. Please show her mercy even when you don’t feel so. I know what it is to lose a loved one and the attendant pain, but sending IB to jail won’t undo whatever was done. Please show mercy. IB I know you are strong but reading Sean this morning broke my heart, please don’t give up, God is the 11th hour miracle worker, he will show you the sure mercies of David. We are praying for you.”

@ Queene Elizabeth, “Tough times don’t last but tough people do. You will weather the storm only you got to stay strong. Ib, this too shall pass as the mercy of God Almighty is your heritage. Ayeye is grieved, everyone is, by the recent happenings. The only one thing left is not giving up hope that a divine miracle is on the way for you. God will have mercy surely.”

@ Bustline Yetunde Oduwole,My prayers are with you dearest sis Ibinabo Fiberesima The God that has been with you through the years is still with you; He will never leave you….He will pull you through…yes He will. ‪#‎PrayForIbinabo


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