Newlywed Chidiogo Akunyili remembers her late mother Dora 4 years after her death (photos)

Newlywed Chidiogo Akunyili remembers her late mother Dora 4 years after her death (photos)

- Daughter of late Dora Akunliyi remembers her mother four years after death

- The young lady who recently tied the knot celebrated her late mother for inspiring and guiding her while she was life

- She also noted that her late mother's spirit remains strong guiding her

Chidiogo Akunliyi, daughter of late Nigerian professor Dora Akunliyi has shared an inspiring message on social media as she remembers her mother four years after her death. The young lady talked about how her mother inspired her to be strong.

This is coming few days after reported that the late Akunyili's daughter tied the knot with her Canadian boo, Andrew. The couple had walked down the aisle on Friday, June 1, in Anambra state.

In her post, Chidiogo had expressed that her mother's spirit remains strong. She also thanked her mom for inspiring her to write her story, further thanking her for always guiding her children while she was alive.

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Read post below:

"It’s been four years since your body left this world. It’s been everyday that your spirit remains strong. Thank you for inspiring me to write your story. Thank you for all the ways you guide and love us, your children that are so many more than your biological ones.

For me, this past weekend and the many miracles of the day fills me with the continued knowing that you are with us.

Your life is a story of strength arising from the ashes of struggles — the deeper your scars, the stauncher was your fight and spirit of justice and truth. I look forward to sharing with the world the power of conviction and the courage needed to follow through."

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Dora Nkem Akunyili was born on July 1954, in Markurdi, Benue state. She had six children and three grandchildren. The professor was Director General of National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control.

She also became the Nigerian Minister of Information and Communications from 2008 to 2010. She passed away on June 7, 2014, at age 59.

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