Meanwhile in an earlier post, Chinonso Arubayi admonished people to be kind to one another as everyone is going through different seasons. Sharing a quote from Charlotte Eriksson in a picture text which reads, “I have lost and loved and won and cried myself to the person I am today”, Chinonso Orubayi captioned, “🕊🕊🕊🕊🕊 Life can be a roller coaster 🎢 We are all going through different seasons Be kind to one another. #gracefoundme”.
Eric Arubayi had died from complications arising from the administration of expired malaria drugs at Delta State University Teaching Hospital, Oghara on February 11, 2017, aged 34. Following his death, Chinonso said, “My husband and I lived a faith-based life. We prayed together. When he died, I lived in denial because I felt betrayed by God that my husband, a gospel artiste, could die. For the longest time, I didn’t want to pray. People sent me scriptures and messages, I didn’t want to have anything to do with it.”Though she has moved on from that phase, Chinonso Arubayi carries her husband in heart forever and no anniversary of his or theirs will ever pass without she celebrating him. He is supposed to have turned 38 today and to commemorate the day, she ate his favourite fruit cake. “Eating your favorite fruit cake today even though you are far away. Numero Uno I miss you I love you Forever in my heart. 🕊 🕊 🕊#Voiceofanangel #kindestheart #heartofgold #Makanaki #MrMakay”, she wrote on IG, sharing a cute picture of her lover.