- Actor Pete Edochie’s son, Uche, has taken to social media in celebration of his autistic daughter’s achievement
- The young lady recently graduated from high school and is set to further her education at the university
- Uche posted a photo of his girl on Instagram and dropped some inspiring words for parents with autistic kids
It is indeed a moment of celebration for the family members of veteran actor, Pete Edochie, following the latest achievement of his autistic grandchild who just graduated from high school.
The actor’s son, Uche, excitedly took to his page on the photo sharing app, Instagram, to share the news of his daughter’s amazing feat with his followers.
"And just like that, my first daughter has graduated from high school. Next stop, university. This is crazy. I guess magical things still happen even in a world where things don't make sense right now," the father’s caption read in part
Uche while celebrating his girl urged other parents with autistic children to stay strong.
According to him, miracles still happen in life and nothing is ever permanent.
The proud dad noted that everyone’s story is still under construction. Uche’s post was also accompanied with a photo of his daughter which was taken during the graduation ceremony.
See his post below:
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Friends and followers were seen congratulating him in the comment section. Read what some of them had to say below:
omacletus: "Congratulations to her and she's blessed to have a great family who love her ❤️❤️❤️ more heights to her endeavors."
div.646: "Awwn.. congrats my stunning queen."
adubimydaz_makinde: "Congratulations bro, your positivity will always result into happy tidings."
sweetmmachukwu: "Congratulations dear, more heights in Jesus name, Amen."
ossiaemmanuel: "Congrats dear and more wins to you Sir."
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Some months ago, Legit.ng reported that Uche’s brother, Yul, prayed for his daughter Danielle as she clocked the age of 15. The proud dad of the teenage daughter asked for God's protection on his child.
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