Ufuoma McDermott is grieving the loss of her brother who died of a kidney related disease.
The actress, took to her Instagram page yesterday, Tuesday, September 12, 2017 to announce the passing on of her brother, Uvie Eseoghene Ejenobor. The actress said her brother died from a kidney related disease.
No questions asked oh Lord. I don't understand it but I trust you. My picture hating brother; Uvie Eseoghene Ejenobor passed away on 9/11 2017. I wish I could blame someone or something but it was simply his time. Thank you for your prayers and concern. He has gone to be with the Lord. He fought. He fought hard but the pains were stronger. He gasped with every strength thinking his kidneys would respond, but it pleased God to ease his suffering. Like a true Son of a champ he passed as he was strapped to the dialysis machine committing his soul to his maker. We have cried. We have wailed. We pray for peace and strength at this time. We pray for an extra covering of grace. Grace to carry this burden.
Ufuoma McDermott on April 23, 2017, this year, celebrated her 7th wedding anniversary with her husband, Steve Mcdermott.
The "Okafor's Law" actress took to her Instagram page to reminisce and count the blessings of her marriage. She wrote,
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"As I reminisce on my wedding today, I thank God for the ups and downs: the lessons learnt and the goal hasn't been a bed of roses but we've sure smelled the petals. We've had differences, but we've decided to iron thems attained.There were times we wanted to give up but we remember why we first fell in love. #HappyWeddingAnniversary to us @mc.wes I love you today more than I loved you yesterday. #April23 “
Ufuoma McDermott was part of the cast of the movie "Wives on Strike" which was produced by Omoni Oboli and starred Hollywood favorites like, Kenneth Okonkwo, Julius Agu, Chioma Chukwuka, and Uche Jombo.
The movie was a hit at the box office, grossing N15M in three days and completing its cinema run with N71M, which earned it a spot as the 6th highest grossing Nollywood movie ever.