Nigerian humanitarian Tonto Dikeh recalls her son’s birth and sends messages to the doctors and nurses who supported her in a post on her timeline that she posted.
Tonto penned a note of appreciation with the image of one doctor Maeowa, while also praising the team that supported her in the job.
Wokeup from a vivid/RAW dream about MY SON BIRTH DAY….beautiful relive After countlessly celebrating Mother’s Day
I realized I never celebrated one of the hero’s that birth my child OR EVEN ANY OF THEM AFTER WE Left..
Maeowa God used you and all the doctors and nurses to give me THE BEST LABOUR ROOM EXPERIENCE ANY WOMAN COULD EVER DREAM OF HAVING..
I have never told my child birth story but if I ever did YOU WILL BE CELEBRATED..
Thanks for all the lives including my sons live you all saved(I’m not gonno go into it for privacy reasons but you know you know)
I JUST WANT TO SAY I AM GRATEFUL AND THANK YOU, my Love and Best regards to Doctor Khorn. And the whole Crew..
#I CELEBRATE YOU ALLLLLLLL❤️???☀️??❤️
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The 34-year-old, with her now estranged partner Olakunle Churchill, received her son King Andre Omdayo Churchill in 2016.