Late billionaire Willie Anumudu: Daughter Ada writes emotional tribute

Late billionaire Willie Anumudu: Daughter Ada writes emotional tribute

- Ada Ozinna Anumudu has taken to social media to pen down an emotional tribute to her late father

- The top Nigerian billionaire, Willie Anumudu, passed on April 21, at the age of 68

- Ozinna is the only daughter of the late car dealer billionaire who has three sons

Fashionista and daughter to the late billionaire Willie Anumudu, Ada Ozinna, has taken to social media to share a heartfelt message that will move the coldest heart to tears.

Recall earlier on, the Nigerian businessman passed away at the age of 68. came across the tragic news after top Nigerian journalist Dele Momodu announced it on his Instagram page.

Following his death, Ozinna who is his only daughter amongst four children, took to her Instagram page to write him a farewell letter. Reminiscing on how he loved and adored her, she expressed that he would be greatly missed.

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The message reads: "Daddy’m.... biko o, ka’m ju gi....are you really not going to walk me down the aisle ? Or sing Ada Ada to me every blessed morning ? Or tell me how I’m ten million daughters in one? Surely... you have plans to hug me again...? and tell me why I’m the most beautiful girl in the world?

My dad gasped and told me how beautiful I was, every single day. Daddy, will I hear you scream ZinZin like the happiest man in the world, again? I honestly don’t know how you expect me to do this life thing without you... but you always told me I’m the toughest person you know - so here’s me being that woman you raised. I haven’t shed a tear yet, probably because I do not think you’ve left me - you’ve only just transitioned from my eternal boyfriend to my forever guardian angel. My Real Life Super Hero. My SuperMan.

I’m the textbook version of a Daddy’s Girl. Nobody loved their daddy more than Me. Absolutely Nobody. No father adored their daughter more than you did me. No contest. We were always in first place. We were the perfect duo. We completed each other (gulp, don’t let your wife read this part) I promise to keep being the female version of you. My Mummy is doing well, I’ve got her back forever - and my brothers are staying strong; being the great men you molded them into. Until I can have one final dance with you, I’ll be here waiting, being your forever baby girl."

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Meanwhile, the chairman of First Bank of Nigeria, Ibukun Awosika, recently lost her father, Abdul Moshood Adekola, at the age of 87, on April 20. The top businesswoman and author took to her official Instagram page to share the sad news.

Sharing a young photo of her late father, she wrote a beautiful message of appreciation for all the things he did for her and her siblings while alive. Her father who was a single dad until his death lost his wife in 2001.

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