Popular comedian, Oluwaseyitan Aletile (aka Seyi Law) is still mourning the loss of his wife’s pregnancy and first child. According to conflicting reports, some said, “She lost the baby she ought to have given birth to in Maryland, USA this April,” while other reports have it that, “Seyi Law and wife, Stacy will unfortunately not have fond memories when they cast their minds back to this year’s Valentine when his wife lost their first child shortly after giving birth in hospital in Maryland, USA.”
We gathered from insiders that Stacy Ebere actually had a miscarriage, seven months into her pregnancy.
ENCOMIUM Weekly spoke with the comedian on Monday, February 16, 2015, at about 11am in an attempt to find out what really happened but he could not speak as he remained uncontrollably pensive. He said, “I appreciate your call and your concern but I cannot say anything at the moment.”
Seyi Law and his wife, Stacy got married on March 27, 2011,at Banilux Event Centre, Sabo, Yaba, Lagos, and they have since been waiting on the Lord for the fruit of the womb before losing this baby.
It would be recalled that in 2014, during the wedding of Tobi Ashimolowo in London, Seyi Law was privileged to have anchored the event which gave him the opportunity of meeting with the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor, E.A Adeboye where he knelt down before the respected man of God and jokingly asked him to pray for him and his wife to have children.
His wife that year conceived and had since then been in the United States of America to deliver the child but sadly lost the baby.
On Saturday, February 14, 2015, comedian Seyi Law took to his Instagram account saying, “My heart is blank, my joy has disappeared, anger has become my companion. The wait is over with a bitter end. Oh Lord! Why does it have to be me? I am so imperfect and never denied it. The pains of nine months have amounted to nothing. We believe so much in you. How do I console her when I can’t find strength myself? I thought my feet will dance this season. I have enlarged my tent in waiting, but my wait has been hit with sadness.
“I don’t want to murmur or complain, but my emotions are hurt.
“Help me to stand, Lord. So, I can always be thankful. I want to be stronger in praises this period. I want to hold her hands to comfort her. Help us to pass this season while standing,
“Rest well, Cossy.”