- Popular actress, Mary Njoku, is in a happy mode as her children have concluded their homeschooling after two years
- Sharing a picture of the kids with her followers, Njoku said the past two years have been uneasy for her, as she spent no less than 20 hours each day, dealing with them
- The thespian who expressed satisfaction that her working hours at home have now been reduced, however, said she’s missing them already
Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Mary Njoku, has gone emotional in her latest post on Instagram.
In the post which appeared on her page on Wednesday, August 11, Njoku said that her children have been schooling from home for two years, and now that has changed.
While noting that her kids kept her busy for no less than two years during their time schooling at home, Njoku said she’s missing them already.
Sharing the post, she wrote:
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"After 2yrs of homeschooling, the @njokuclan is finally out of the house . 'Mummy! Mummy! Mummy' has reduced to 7hrs a day. No more 20hrs. I miss them already."
See the post below:
Njoku’s fans react:
The post spurred reactions from her fans, who saluted her motherhood prowess during the homeschooling of her children.
Read some of the reactions below:
“You were homeschooling them yourself??? Wow! Superwoman.”
“They so cute .”
“Dats how I felt wen mine started too.”
“Homeschooling full time where do you find the energy? .”
“Mine started yesterday, girl I keep talking to her forgetting she wasn’t home. ❤️❤️❤️.”
“Mummy wow I pray for you always you are simply good at what you do ❤️❤️❤️❤️.”
“Blessed school year kiddos!”
Mary Njoku encourages women to work hard
The Nollywood thespian had lamented the hardship women in the Nigerian society are subjected to, as she encouraged them.
Lamenting the hardship that comes with being a woman, Njoku said people expect women to work like they don't have kids and raise kids as if they don't work.
She, however, said such a notion is unrealistic and society needs to stop holding women to such standards.