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“You are my biggest blessing” Actress Kudirat Ogunro commits her daughter to God’s hands as she turns 21

Kudirat Ogunro celebrates daughter's birthday

Nollywood actress, Kudirat Ogunro otherwise known as Semilore Pweety has committed her daughter’s life into her Maker’s hands.

As her first fruit turns 21 today, Kudirat took to her Instagram page to rain prayers on her.

Expressing gratitude to God for her daughter’s life and for the joy and love she brings to her life, she prayed that God blesses her with all good things.

The single mother prayed for her daughter to feel His presence in her life and to be loved and valued.

“Aunty Dami!! My First Fruit.

Lord, I thank you for my daughter’s life and for the joy and love she brings to my life. On her birthday, I pray that you bless her with good health, happiness, and success in all her endeavors. May she always feel a presence in her life and may she know that she is loved and valued by Me.

You’re my biggest blessing and I never take that for granted. May God grant you all the desires of your heart Amen.

@damieglow Happy 21st birthday. Oluwanifemi I love you. Enjoy your day honey.

No Epistles this year, all I have to say thank you Lord for everything. You have been there for me from day one till now. I will forever be grateful oh Lord”.

Kudirat Ogunro speaks on the challenges of being a single mother

Recall that last year, Kudirat Ogunro spoke out on the challenges of being a single mother.

The single mother of one admitted that it hasn’t been easy for her as she stated reminiscing on her life’s journey would leave her in tears.

She recounted how she would back her daughter to hawk on the streets or wash dishes at restaurants.

Kudirat reminisced on when her mother drove her out of the house and she had to squat with a friend.

She said, “It has not been easy. If I say it’s been easy, I am a big liar. If I begin to reflect on my life journey right now, I will be so teary. Is it when my baby was just a few weeks old and I would back her and hawk ewedu (vegetables) or when I was a dishwasher in one amala joint in Yaba, to have two meals per day? Or is it when my mother sent me out of the house, and my daughter and I had to put up with my friends, who were seven already in a small room? But I thank God for his strength and how I have been able to pull through with hard work and determination.

You know, single mothers are actually not the same. Some are collecting allowances from their baby daddies, while some are widows left with some property or help from their husbands’ families. My own case is totally different because I have a baby daddy but he’s not responsible at all. So, my advice to single mothers out there is: discover yourself early enough, be smart, and be hardworking.”

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