- A Nigerian man identified as Ejiro Onobrakpor recently took to social media to recount the sacrifices he has made for his family
- The filmmaker revealed that he sold properties in the past to send his wife schooling abroad
- The young man also counted his numerous blessings on social media and said they are not bad for an Ajegunle boy
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A Nigerian man identified as Ejiro Onobrakpor recently took to social media via his Instagram page to share some of the great sacrifices he made to keep his family happy.
The filmmaker revealed that six years ago, his wife told him about her plan to study in Australia. To make her desire possible, Ejiro said that he sold their land, car and some of their properties to pay the first tuition.
Explaining further, the happily married man said that love is not something someone says but something they show. He also that he would do it over again for his wife.
In his words: “10 years and some.... ❤️
When she told me 6 years ago about studying in Australia, I sold our land, our car and property to pay the first tuition. I love you is not in what you say but do. I will do it all again for you ❤️.”
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In another post, the filmmaker counted his blessings as he expressed gratitude for them. He said that in 10 years they had three kids, two masters and one home. He concluded that it was not bad for a boy from a popular slum in Lagos called Ajegunle.
He wrote: “10 years, 3 kids, 2 masters, 1 home. Not bad for a boy from the streets of Ajegunle. #forevergrateful.”
See his post below:
In other love related news, Legit.ng earlier reported that top Nigerian singer Burna Boy's mother, Bose Ogulu, shared lovely and romantic photos with her husband to mark their 30th wedding anniversary.
Congratulating herself and husband on the amazing feat in their marriage, Burna Boy's mother stated that her husband has been her boyfriend for 32 years, her baby daddy for 29 years, and her husband for 30 years and counting.
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