Victoria Inyama speaks about how she was able to lean on God during her dark period.
In the lengthy post Inyama wrote about an undisclosed personal struggle she went through a few years ago. "Amazing how I can look cool during one of d most turbulent periods in my life? I actually cut my hair to herald a new phase of my life. June 2014. When tribulation pours, I had cried all night and woke up d next day, powdered my face, shoulders held up high, I took ma selfie.
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"Truth is, All fall down but Don't stay down, weep then wipe your eyes and tank God for makeup . Face beat and whooooooshhhhh" she wrote on her Instagram
Victoria Inyama shared a throwback selfie and further wrote "Mind who U tell your problems to What I do?? I dress down, knell down, groan, speak in tongues, cry, talk, I wrestle with my maker, cause he Alone knows.
"" Weeping may endure @ night but We Rise and up up up in d morning. Try Never to wear d problems. Have Faith in God. Believe in his Promises. Hope and Pray. We have a God who Never fails. Good night#love #laugh #learn #live #"
On Monday, May 23, 2016 Victoria Inyama shared some inspirational words on her Instagram page. "1st Sam 2v3-8. Let me stir up a bit. Do u know that every Victor’ has once been a Victim’ Why do we sometimes allow what we see on Social media to affect us? Mentally, Emotionally, till we begin to question ourselves, our existence, when we see some posts that show an excellent life or lifestyle, we begin to stress ourselves unnecessarily. (see Naaaaaa, God why, he or she get 2 head). Truth is, can u bear what has Victimised them for them to be Victors now? " she wrote.
After her long hiatus from Nollywood Inyama was seen at the 2015 London premiere of the movie 'Champagne'. She was spotted alongside Nollywood actor Alexx Ekubo.