- Popular Nigerian musician, Davido, has written emotionally on his late mom on International Mother's Day
- Davido said he wished she were alive to witness today
- The If crooner also asked that she continue to "rest in perfect peace"
Nigerian musician, Davido, has taken time out to celebrate his late mother on International Mother’s Day.
In an emotional Instagram post, the Blow My Mind crooner, asked his mother to keep resting in perfect peace as he added that he wished she were here today.
People like Peruzzi, a musician on DMW label, and Father DMW replied to the post with love emojis. Davido attached a throwback picture of his mom holding him when he was still a little boy to the post.
See his post below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Davido took to social media to celebrate 9 years of being in the Nigerian music industry.
Davido no doubt, has come a long way in the music industry from his early days in which Dami Duro was a hit song everyone danced to, all the way down to his A Good Time album currently rocking the airwaves.
Taking to Twitter to celebrate, he tweeted: "Dropped my first song 9 years .. That’s crazy! Next year we celebrate 10 years! Trust it to be a carnival!!"
In related news, the artiste also celebrated Princess Hailey, his beautiful second daughter with US baby mama Amanda.
The father of three in a recent Instagram post, shared an adorable video of the little girl wearing a cute tiara as she celebrated her birthday with her mother in the US whose voice can be heard from behind the camera.
Sharing the video, Davido wrote: "Omg MY BABY IS 3 Happy birthday to my darling Princess Hailey !!!! U know daddy would be there with u if possible !!! I pray for you everyday ... eat all the cake and stuff ur face today ❤️❤️ love Daddy birthday "
Legit.ng also reported that the first lady of Anambra state and founder of the Caring Family Enhancement Initiative, Ebelechukwu Obiano (Osodieme) built two houses for widows at Akwaihedi, Nnewi South and Igboukwu in Aguata local government.
At the presentation of the houses to the widows, her excellency also spoke about the need to stay at home and observe the guidelines on preventing the spread of Covid-19.
“Since this pandemic started, we have all been rooted to our homes. Unfortunately, there are some of our sisters who cannot stay comfortably because they have no roof over their heads.
“This is why I decided to come out today to ensure that our sisters stay at home and stay safe by handing the keys to two new two-bedroom bungalows built free by my NGO, CAFÉ,” she said.
The first lady said the donated houses will be furnished with necessary household items to ensure top comfort for the beneficiaries.
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