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Thursday, January 02, 2020

Actress Patience Ozokwor Shares Family Portrait...

Nollywood's Most celebrated Veteran actress Patience Ozokwor a.k.a Mama Gee shared this lovely family Portrait .....




32 comments:

  1. So lovely.

    Infectious smiles 😊😊

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  2. Her daughter looks so much like her. God bless this family

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    1. Honestly the resemblance is striking!
      Nice portrait.

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  3. Wow. Beautiful photo. They all look like her.

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  4. Wow... beautiful family. The daughter looks like her.
    I wonder what it is like having a mother who is in the entertainment industry???

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  5. THIS IS A BLESSING. SHE IS BLESSED

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  6. Lovely family.. Mama Gee of life

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  7. Wow! Beautiful!
    She is an inspiration to widow.
    After the death of her husband she refused to remarry, she took care of her three children and here they are today.
    Her daughter is her spitting image. The man beside her daughter must be her son in-law

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    1. I have always wondered why Nigerians view widows who remarry as immoral or less sacrificing but hurriedly arrange for a new wife for a widower. I'm referring to your "she refused to remarry" part of your comment

      A man once told me he'll only marry from his tribe because if he dies, his wife will choose to remain a widow and not remarry. How that is a criteria for a good wife i will never understand.

      There's nothing wrong if a widow chooses to remarry. It doesn't mean she'll take less care of her children. I know one who remarried and she and new husband took good care of her children and others that came after the marriage. All are doing well. You won't even know unless you were told.

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    2. I agree with you. Everyone deserves another chance at love. I told my Mum to remarry she no gree. i feel for her most times.

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    3. Anonymous 10:33,

      Well said. I think it's just the African culture. Men can do as they like but not women.

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    4. It’s a crazy world Anon 10:33
      Men are asked to remarry because society believes he needs a woman to help him train the kids and to keep his bed warm. Women are encouraged to ‘not’ remarry because there is no guarantee that the men they’ll marry will accept her kids from a previous marriage.
      So a woman is ‘expected’ to accept a man’s kids from an earlier marriage but men are not held to that same standard. Nobody considers the woman’s need for sex or companionship
      As terrible as this sounds, sometimes it may be the reasonable course of action. Men could be very nasty, esp where many other kids are involved. When there is a scarcity of resources can they consider all kids equally? Esp if he earns more? Or will they say each should take care of his/her own kids? Let’s not even start with the child molesters. But the bottom line is women should be free to take their decisions without being judged.
      Do you know that some men are so backward in thinking that they find it difficult willing their property to their wives because ‘she will remarry and another man will benefit from my sweat’? Rubbish!

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    5. na women wey go allow some stupid African cultures slow them down. i tell people marriage i snot all about children but companionship. a young widow also needs a man to help her emotionally and even financially if he can. nothing heroic about a young widow refusing to marry. if you dont cos you haven't met the right man yes but not to remarry cos of wetin people go talk then you be mumu. dont let the chauvinistic african culture deny you happiness. they always want women to be at the mercy of the male folk make dem dey excersice that dia stupid ego for ourhead. lol rant over. i have 2 friends who are widows and i know some of their experiences

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  8. Aaaaah mama G
    This her daughter na carbon copy
    I heard she adopted kids.

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  9. Nice pictures. the smaller one go worry ooo

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  10. Ohhh yess! my Mama G. this amazing woman and Pete Edochie, Enebeli Elebuwa, Liz Benson, Clarion, Eucharia Anunobi and few others got me watching Nollywood here in London back in the days. I have her daughter's beautiful Blouse, its by River Island, its Puffed Organza sleeve top, stunning top.. I had soo many compliments wearing it yesterday to a party at my friend's home in Waterloo.

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    1. How did you feel after talking about the blouse? Free? Pele you will be alright

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  11. She's blessed... beautiful family!

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  12. The best among them all.... I cant love this Woman less, i missed her acting gaskia....

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  13. You can be famous and not be naked
    You can be famous without sleeping around
    YOu can be famous without Social media drama
    YOu can be famous and have a beautiful family
    You can be famous without being divorced
    You can be famous without Dubai runs
    You can be famous, content and in solidly in Christ
    You can be famous, a widow and not depend on men to thrive
    You can be an actress and have a good report

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  14. @Mystic you did not mention that some families turn their backs on the children of the dead man if the woman remarries. If the new husband misbehaves in future or the children need their real father's Relatives for one thing or the other, they will not bulge. They will tell them to go to their new father. This and many others like child molestation are the reasons I have decided to focus on my kids for now.

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    1. You are right, absolutely right. It’s sad that some of these terrible customs that should be abolished are continued, and when you check you will see that most of the relatives are ‘Christians’ or ‘Moslems’ oo.

      Don’t worry Mrs Gee, God will surely hold your hand through it all, amen.

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  15. Giving her life to Christ doesn't mean she should change completely from her former self,I love this woman so much ,she has always been descent and well mannered, being on my flights sometimes ago her courtesy is refreshing .she is the real epitome of an Igbo lady,very gracious.

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