Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh has listed out some of the things she has in common with her late mum on her 32nd-year remembrance today.
According to Tonto, there are only a few things she has in common with her late mum and some of them include her Rabbit teeth, oval face and her tough character.
The mother of one said that her mum lived her life on her own terms when she was alive and her husband described her as a quiet Pitbull.
In her words;
“Am the only one who don’t seee any resemblance… My nose is small her nose is … Yes I see our Rabbit teeth,I admit… Her eyes are sexily Lazy mine Are big… My face oval, Hers oval and round at the same time… y’all am done …Love you mama… The little I heard about her she was a woman who lived her life on her own terms and graciously..
She was kind and tough at the same time, Her husband would say A quiet Pitbull.”
KFN earlier reported Tonto Dikeh’s post on Instagram to remember and honour her late mum thirty-two years after her death.
Tonto Dikeh said her family had been hurt, healed and now it’s the time to celebrate the beautiful life that her mother has lived.
In her words;
“Celebration of Life. 32years Gone. We’ve hurt, we’ve healed, now it’s time to celebrate what beautiful life you may have lived. I hope you keep on resting in Peace Mama. Love Always, Your Little Girl.”
‘God gave me a message to free people from poverty in Nigeria’, Williams Uchemba recounts how he started helping the poor
Nollywood actor and comedian Williams Uchemba has stated his motivation behind the assistance he renders to the less privileged.
According to the comic actor, God gave him a message to free people from poverty in Nigeria a few years ago in California, which he ignored.
However, the message kept on coming for weeks until he yielded to the call and returned to Nigeria after two months of deliberation.
He mentioned that his heart of compassion made him help the needy, and he has always been ready to empty his account to assist strangers who find it difficult to provide for themselves.
Speaking further, he said helping people doesn't guarantee you are rich or poor; you just have to help because you...