The beautiful daughter of the late Minister of information Dora Akunyil's known as Chidiogo has taken to her social media handle to share a throwback video of her late father as she says "His Death Was Not In Vain". According to her, she noted that this said video has reduced a load of a whole lot of grief in their hearts as she went on to narrate what happened that faithful day before he died.
She however, stated that her father was on his way home when he came across an elderly woman selling plantain in a heavy wheelbarrow and he was touched by her, as she noted that he went home to get some money and when he was back, he bought the whole stuff from her.
Furthermore, explained that while her dad was counting the money, the woman could not withhold her joy as she began dancing and showing praises upon him until she left the scene. More so, he noted that he is so thankful to everyone who took out their time to console them in such a moment of sadness. In conclusion, she confirms that they're joyful that they weren't left alone in their sorrow and as such, they are glad that their hopes remained on the fact that his death was not in vain.
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Guys kindly join her as she pays tribute to her beloved father. Thanks for reading, sharing, and following.
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