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Adesua Etomi writes lovely message to celebrate Linda Ejiofor’s birthday

Actress Adesua Etomi has poured out her heart in a lovely birthday message to her best friend Linda Ejiofor who turned a year older on Tuesday, 17th of July, 2018.

In the letter which she shared on Instagram, Adesua Etomi spoke of how grateful she is to know that God’s grace is being witnessed in their lives. She also spoke of how joyous she is at the prospect that their kids will be friends.

Read her post below.

Adesua Etomi writes lovely message to celebrate Linda Ejiofor's birthday

”It’s my sister’s birthday ????? @ihuomalindaejiofor
KAI! We have been through soooo much together Ihuoma, so much.
My friend, my sister, my prayer partner.

I’m so grateful for you. I’m so happy that we get to witness God’s goodness change our lives.
I have watched you change, grow, morph into the amazing woman that you are today and I can’t wait to meet the woman you’ll be in years to come.

I love you totally, completely and unconditionally. This is what I hold on to when YOU PISS ME OFF?????
Thank you for singing off tune and blocking my ears all these years. I really appreciate it???

Isn’t it wonderful to know that our children will be friends? (They don’t even have a choice) ??????? God bless you, keep you, cause his face to shine upon you. May he bless the work of your hands. May all things work in your favour in accordance with his will.

May nations rise and call you blessed. May men go out of their way to favour you. May the blessings of Abraham , Isaac and Jacob follow you all the days of your life. Your life is hidden in Christ and will not be cut short. Your children shall surround your table. You shall see your children’s children.

In Jesus name. Amen
Have an amazing day my darling. You deserve every good thing and so much more.”

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