"Being A Working Mum Is So Difficult"- See What Actress "Mary Njoku" Said That Got People Talking
By dkingkelvin | self meida writer
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"Being A Working Mum Is So Difficult"- See What Actress "Mary Njoku" Said That Got People Talking.
Mary Remmy Njoku was born 20 March 1985, she is a Nigerian actress and film producer, and Director General of the award-winning Lagos-based film house, ROK Studios, in Nigeria.
Mary Njoku married British-born Nigerian entrepreneur, and African start-up investor, Jason Njoku, in Festac, Lagos on 18 August 2012, in front of family, friends and colleagues.
They welcomed their first son, Jason Obinna Njoku, on 30 July 2013, a second child Nwakaego Annabelle Njoku, was born on 24 August 2015 and they welcomed their third, Amber Nnenna Njoku on 4 August 2017.
Mary Remmy Njoku who is a mother of three (3) children had taken to her Instagram page to talk about how being a mother is so difficult and how her kids reminds her of how super she is each time she feels like she is failing as a mother. According to Mary Remmy Njoku, she said and I quote,
"Being a working mum is sooo difficult. Whenever I feel like I am failing, my kids remind me of how SUPER I am. They think I am a hero. I guess I am."
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