Social media has always been a platform where many people take to when they want to celebrate their special ones. Our Nigerian celebrities are definitely not out of the loop as Nollywood’s Adesua has taken to her page to celebrate a close family member.
The screen diva recently took to her Instagram page with a heartfelt note as she felicitated with her brother on the occasion of his birthday ceremony.
In the warm celebratory post, she thanked her sibling for always being protective over her before she met her celebrity husband, Bankole Wellington.
She expressed her best wishes for him, praying to God that he uplifts and cherishes the young man.
She said: "Happy birthday to the best brother on the planet @tosin_etomi . Our bobo yellow The male version of me...(This is literally the only thing that makes you cool). My former hero (sorry, I have a new one now and he's pretty awesome).Thank you for being who you are. You are the coolest person I know in this entire world.The most protective brother ever (Banky can attest to this)God bless you,God keep you,God cause his face to shine upon you,God honour you and uplift you. May he make you head and shoulders above you peers. In Jesus nameLove you tonsss. Happy 65th birthday (joke♀️), I hope I look like you when I get to your age...manyyyyyyyy years from now. ♀️♀️♀️♀️♀️"
The Nollywood actress also shared a lovely throwback photo from her wedding day. The picture revealed her beloved sibling walking her down the aisle. No wonder she referred to him as the most protective brother ever.
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We join her in felicitating with her brother on his special day.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously gathered a report that highlighted some of the best Christian prayer points from a wife to her husband. The prayer points give clues to wives who may not have the best ideas of how to pray for their beloved partner on the occasion of his birthday ceremony.
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