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Mary Njoku writes note to her late sister as she beats 170 Entrepreneurs at Harvard University, makes Nigeria proud

Mary Njoku writes note to sister over Harvard achievement

Nollywood actress and ROK studios CEO Mary Remmy Njoku has written a note to her late sister following her latest win.

The entrepreneur, who is currently undergoing an educational programme at the prestigious Harvard University, revealed that she beat 170 successful Entrepreneurs from 48 countries to win Harvard OPM64 Idol. She stated that it feels so surreal for her that she got into the most exclusive program at arguably the best Business School in the world.

Mary Njoku writes note to sister over Harvard achievement

She questioned who knew their dream was valid and that they would have spent less time worrying about their future and enjoy being kids. She disclosed that when her sister left, she doubted if God ever loved her and how selfish He was to take her away.

Mary expressed sadness that her sister isn’t alive for her to share the moment with as she admitted that she still misses her.

“Dear Nwakaego Remmy.

I won the Harvard OPM64 Idol!
170 super successful Entrepreneurs from 48 countries! And I brought it home for my LG. I guess you already know. Cos I believe you are interceding for me in heaven.
It feels so surreal that I got into the most exclusive program at arguably the best business school in the world! The BEST.
Who knew our dreams were valid? We would have spent less time worrying about our future and just enjoyed being kids.

When you left, I doubted if God ever loved me. How could he be so selfish? Keeping you to himself. I still hurt. Very much. As I type this supposed good news message to you, I feel so sad. I would have preferred to share these moments with you. Efiko like you. Na you for first me reach here sef.

Sitting on a bench under a tree, like a student that I am, people staring and wondering why I am crying, smiling and typing. ‘Dem fit think say I don craze’, and they are right.
Crãzy things have been happening to me all my life. Where people take the stairs, he provides a lift. Where people run, he gives me wings. I am staring at my case study, unable to process anything cos I am still in awe of his goodness in my life. And I miss you. Sooooo much! Sooooo much. Especially today.

I have to go now, it’s Linda’s last class today. Don’t want to miss it. And as the only Nigerian in the Program, I cannot ‘fall our hand. ‘

Rest on sis
Love you always.


Mary Njoku writes note to sister over Harvard achievement

Kemi Filani reported last month that the wife of Iroko boss, Jason Njoku, had revealed that she was furthering her education at the prestigious American University.

Rejoicing with her, Uche Ogbodo took to her Instagram page to congratulate her as she noted how it isn’t easy to gain admission to the University and prayed for her.

Last year, Mary was ecstatic after being recognised by the prestigious American magazine Forbes as one of the 50 most influential women in Africa. Mary, expressed gratitude to her husband as she noted how she was only a Mile2-born Nnsukka girl before becoming a power figure.

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