Nigerian lady shares her dad's paintings online, says she is not ashamed of him

Nigerian lady shares her dad's paintings online, says she is not ashamed of him

- Nigerian lady takes to social media to celebrate her father who is a painter

- The young lady showed off some of her dad's artworks which were displayed in a museum

- She expressed that she is proud of what her old man does for a living

A Nigerian lady has shown so much love for her father on social media and it is extremely cute. The lady identified as Abiola Olowo showed off her father, talking about how she is proud of him.

In a series of tweets, the young lady shared photos of her father's works. She explained that her father is a artist who paints spectacular pieces for a living.

The lady explained that her father had asked her once what she tells people when they ask her what he does for a living. She noted that she replied, saying that she is not ashamed of him.

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Nigerian lady shares her dad's paintings online, says she is proud of him Twitter source: Abiola_Olowo
Source: Twitter

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"My Father is a PAINTER, He once asked, "what do you say when your Friends ask you,whats your Fathers occupation? The above was my response. I'm not ashamed PAPA You don't have to buy if you don't like them,BUT please pass it to friends on your TL by RETWEETING."

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In another post, she revealed that her father taught her that there is dignity in labour. The lady further told her followers to spread the word about his work and bring awareness to his paintings.

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"You've taught me "There is dignity in Labour". So no problems. Im still proud of you no matter what!My 300+ friends biko e retweet. Just maybe 1 person on your TL will like to furnish their Crib You never can tell,our Customers can be on there MY FATHER IS A PAINTER."

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that story of a talented young Nigerian girl who creates amazing pencil drawings. The young girl paints pencil drawings of celebrities and dignitaries in Nigeria, she recently painted a portrait of Africa’s richest woman Folorunsho Alakija. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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