Fans have expressed concern for famous Nigerian influencer and fashion designer Maureen Esisi as she mourns her father’s death.
Kemi Filani recalls that the young lady formerly married to actor Blossom Chukwujekwu had earlier taken to her Instagram page to announce the sad passing of her father. He died on August 19, 2022.
Sharing epic throwbacks of herself and her late father, Maureen Esisi recalls how her father had been her hero and why she remained strong through her trials.
She wrote on Instagram: He was my “Super Power”…
…the Reason I was GALLANT!💔
Now I feel Empty, Alone and…….afraid!
Her fans have taken to the comment section to console her with encouraging words and loving emojis.
Dimpledroch: It’s normal to feel this way….This was exactly how I felt last year when I lost my Dad…..Just try to fill your mind with Sweet memories of him….Stay strong, Sis, sending you all the strength and love you need
iyaloobeau: My condolences😢Sending love and light
bridgettcute: Sorry, love. The lord is your strength
goodtidingsjewelries_accessori: May God comfort you
_mimahbryan: O dear Red💔so sorry, please be strong
Angelikashern: Lord Almighty, heal your pain may his soul rest in peace
Kemi Filani recalls that Maureen Esisi penned some tips on how to please a good woman.
The entrepreneur, who admitted to having suicidal thoughts following her separation from the Nollywood actor in 2019, hinted that pleasing a good woman is not such a hard task.
She wrote,” A good woman is not hard to please: Don’t lie to her. Don’t waste her time, and don’t make her look stupid, especially for loving you.”
Although it was not easy, leaving the 2-year-old marriage “was the best decision ever”.
“Let’s look back two years ago when I left my marriage. I left my marriage penniless broken, and penniless. I can remember it like it was yesterday. I have no money in my account. My business had suffered so much,” she narrated.
“And I was broken. I had a friend who felt it in her heart to be there for me. I love her to bits. I moved out of my then home and moved into this place that you all love today.
“It wasn’t easy, I swear. For the first time in my life, suicide felt like it was the only thing to do. How time flies! Two years later and I will tell you this for a fact. It was the best decision ever.”