Veteran actor RMD and his wife attend their son's graduation in the US

Veteran actor RMD and his wife attend their son's graduation in the US

- RMD recently celebrated his son who graduated from high school in the US

- He wrote on how proud he is to witness him graduate

- The veteran actor also detailed how happy he is to have all his kids in one place

Veteran actor Richard Mofe Damijo and his wife Jumobi are currently in a happy mood as their son Tega recently graduated from high school in the US.

RMD took to his Instagram page to pen a lovely note about how happy he is that his son has graduated from high school. See his post below:

“Today, I am again a proud and happy dad. I am giddy, not just because of your high school diploma but that you @tega_the_giant made everyone come out and I have all of you in one place at the same time, what more can a father ask for? Congratulations son. I love you.”

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Veteran actor RMD and his wife attend their son's graduation in the US
Veteran actor RMD and his wife Jumobi attend their son's graduation in the US (Image courtesy Instagram)

Veteran actor RMD and his wife attend their son's graduation in the US
Veteran actor RMD, his wife and other family members attend their son's graduation in the US (Image courtesy Instagram)

The popular thespian also shared an inspirational quote about how one needs to move and keep moving in order to succeed in life. He further wrote about how money is not everything.

“Run. Walk. Crawl. Limp. Move. By all means good and necessary just do something to get closer to your goal. Long before it became fashionable I had met and praised youths that are change agents and are now empowering others to live their dreams.

Money is not everything! Yes, I said it. There are loads of things more important than money and good people top the list. It is a blessing to have people who are willing to go all out for you and give you what money in itself cannot buy, then you win in life. This is why I’m extremely blessed to have people who are amazingly kind and generous to me.”

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