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My very very strict Father......Growing up had so many rules and regulations that tamed me....looking back now I am grateful that he was the way he was...............

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  1. My mom...... Are strictness and discipline help in nurturing me up to be a better person and how to treat a woman like a partner not a wife.

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    1. My mum. She is one in a million, prayer warrior, disciplinarian, excellent advicer. I love you mama.

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    2. My failures.

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    3. My mum is one in a Billion. Mothers are priceless jewel. My prayer is for my momma to live long to reap the fruit of her labour and sacrifice.

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  2. My dear father.... That man was the full package from God Almighty. I love my Baba, keep resting my one and only daddy 😒😒😒
    Gosh, I love my dad so much in every ways.

    The Bible and the teachings and doctrines of my church.

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  3. My dad,very wise man. He isn't quick to beating like my mum,but he will talk senses into your brain in a relatable way. My best after God.

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    1. We are the same, lol hugs to our daddies πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    2. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—. Awwwwww!!! I love this.

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    3. Let me queue her too. Dad is the influencer

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  4. My momma. She spoiled me with rich cultural experiences.

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    1. Wild wild loner. Loud it

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    2. I'd say my both parents because growing up my Mum was the disciplinarian and dad was the gentle one then some years into our teenage years they switched tables as dad became overly strict and mum became our solace in troubled times.

      One thing I'm most grateful to them for giving us is our SELF CONFIDENCE..That shit sank real deep into our beings.

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  6. Mrs Nnenna Gbulie. Amazing woman, Queens School Enugu old girl, and then Principal of Queens School Enugu. We, girls of Queens School Enugu will forever be grateful to you for your wisdom as a Principal, and kindness as a mother.

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    1. Onye na ejoro Queens, Queens Ana agu ya ooo.... My follow Queen πŸ‘ΈπŸ˜˜.

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  7. My mum........ Without her strick rules and regulations would have become something else. Thank you mum for teaching us he right way to go.

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  8. My brother, that guy is humble to a fault and so respectful

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  9. Nobody honestly...if anything it would be the books I read and movies watched while growing up.

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  10. My grandmother. Strict, a teacher yet caring.

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  11. My mother.
    My sweet mother.

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  12. My late mum was so strict and lacked empathy.
    I learnt so much from her but she never showed me love and affection.
    My dad on the other hand was a sweet man and was practically a saint!
    He had side chicksπŸ˜… but he never joked with us.
    He influenced me positively and I will always love him.
    I prayed to God to give me a man like my daddy and help me to be a better mum than my mother.
    I am grateful!πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—








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    1. A man like your daddy meaning side chicks are welcomed? And biko remove saint from that your statement cause for a man that vowed before God to have side chicks(not even one sef) says alot about his person

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  13. My Mother; our matriarch and friend. As a young widow, she provided an enabling environment for my siblings and I to discover the world and ourselves. She always listened to our doubts and lovingly encouraged us in every way to succeed.
    She was mother, father (I have 2 brothers who turned out emotionally sound and better rounded than men raised by both their parents), friend, cheerleader, playmate (tickles us and play wrestles with us till date; even as we are all adults), lesson teacher, guide, chef and prayer warrior for all 4 of us.
    What has she not done to ensure the health of our minds and bodies. She has showered us with so much love, our psyche can never be broken! We are confident because of how she believed in our abilities and affirmed us constantly.
    Ah! Her just reward is truly in Heaven but I and my siblings are ensuring that she starts enjoying it from here.
    God bless our superwoman #Andrea

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  14. My daddy and one of my sisters, later on my hubby. Strong models in my life. Above all I thank God I turned out not bad...

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  15. Nobody I know. I read a lot so I'm probably a mish mash of all that.
    Kratos

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  16. My mummy, usually called iya teacher, a wonderful woman filled with the spirit of God.

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  17. My mother. She is my ride or die, my Knight in shinning armour... Failure is not an option for me because that would break her heart and that is the last thing that I'd like to see happen.

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  18. Nobody i just get sense to know wrong from right.

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  19. My Mum,Extreme disciplinarian.one out of the things she taught me is punctuality.No matter the time I retire to bed,I must wake up once is 4am and that's because 4am was our family morning devotion time,so it became part of me.I can't ever remember getting to school late infact na we day wake gate man lolzzzz chai mummy and that also became a part of me during undergraduate days I was mama front seatπŸ˜†πŸ˜†πŸ˜† right now I am madam early comer at work,latest 5:30 I don land office.I need award abegπŸ˜†

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    1. Na Dem

      From ikotun - egbe to Victoria Island office. They leave for work at 4:30am

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    2. I give you πŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺπŸ’ͺ na that time sleep dey sweet well well especially if it is during cold weather.

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  20. My mother! Oh iya Atinuke,God bless you. If I start to talk we no go leave here today o.

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  21. My late elder brother and my mother

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  22. My mother!!!!!! God bless and continue to keep her in sound health.

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  23. My father..a Goodman with a good heart, does not harbour grudges, does not hate, humble to all, giving even to the last kobo on him, extremely accommodating, a great companion to his wife even in his old age...may you live long that to reap the fruits of your labour.

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  24. Both of them, my mum was extremely strict while my dad was the opposite. Always correcting with love no matter the gravity of the offence committed.

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  25. God and myself. I don't know of anyone apart from God and myself. GOD. I never met him physically but He has watched me right from the moment I took my first breathe, He has guided me and nurtured me to who I am today. I made many mistakes but He never held me to it; all he wants from me is to keep moving forward leaving what lies behind.
    Since, I started making decisions on my own without consulting Him, it has never been easy but I still look and find His LOVE and GRACE always with me. I can't trade him for nothing in this life...so help me God.
    I also want to appreciate my teachers and everyone who I've come in contact with so far, they also helped in shaping this little lady here.

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  26. My mummy is the real deal. Continue rest in Peace mum. πŸ‘ΈπŸ˜πŸ’”πŸ˜­

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