Connie Ferguson thanks South Africans for their support after husband's death

Connie Ferguson thanks South Africans for their support after husband's death

"I really have no words but to say THANK YOU."

Connie Ferguson
Instagram/ Connie Ferguson

Connie Ferguson's husband, Shona Ferguson, was laid to rest at the Fourways Cemetery in Johannesburg. The funeral took place on Wednesday, 4 August.

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The award-winning actor and producer died on Friday, July 30, from COVID-19-related complications after spending a week in ICU at Milpark Hospital. During his funeral, the award-winning actress said that she always envisioned that the two of them would grow old together.

Connie spoke about the hard times she had to nurse Shona when he was sick.

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"I nursed you for four weeks, 28 days to be specific," she said. Connie added that Shona fought so hard while in hospital. 

His death touched the lives of many people in the country, especially due to the undisputed love he had for his family.

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Connie personally thanked South Africans for their support and love during this difficult time. 

"I really have no word but to say THANK YOU. My family and I appreciate you. To my friends and colleagues, your support has been immeasurable," Connie wrote on Instagram. 

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Image Credit: Instagram/ Connie Ferguson

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