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#BellaNaijaWCW: Tito Idakula turned a Mess into a Message by Providing Women with a Place of Refuge after a Tragic Loss

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Bolatito ‘Tito’ Bez-Idakula’s story is a perfect example of turning a mess into a message, a test into a testimony.

Tito got married in 2014 to her musician husband, Bez Idakula.

Circa July 2015, they lost their daughter after a full-term pregnancy.

After the tragic loss, she launched her website MyLightHouse.com.ng to help spread the message of God’s love through a tragic loss.

The website says it is aimed at “Providing Women With A Place Of Refuge And Light When The Storms And Darkness Of The World Become Overwhelming.

As if that was not enough, on September 7th of the same year, she suffered a miscarriage after 10 weeks of pregnancy.

That was enough to break anyone down, but not Tito, she picked herself up and continued to run the ‘MyLightHouse’ platform, sharing messages of faith, hope, and love of God.

Fast-forward to July 2016, the family welcomed their bundle of Joy.

Tito continues to be such a major inspiration. Her and her husband’s story of hope and faith after loss and also Tito’s website has impacted many since it launched last year.

She is our Woman Crush Wednesday for this week.

4 Comments

  1. 'Diddie

    February 1, 2017 at 12:13 pm

    Thanks for be an inspiration to women. Thanks for making us realise that God is always faithful and his purpose stands sure. God bless you Tito

  2. Wale

    February 1, 2017 at 12:20 pm

    There is something deep about this woman…A virtuous woman must she be. I read her journey through those 3 pregnancies. She is a daughter of a famous politician (a former governor) but she is just so untypical of her likes. God bless you dear.

  3. Mondela

    February 1, 2017 at 1:23 pm

    I have never understood why some women answer both their husband’s first and surnames.

  4. Arese

    February 1, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    Thank you Tito… You’re a shining light

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