Nollywood actress Mercy Johnson has taken to social media to celebrate her daughter’s accomplishment for making her a proud mother.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Mercy Johnson said for the first time since her daughter was born, she let her leave her sight to represent her school in a swimming competition at the world school games in Dubai.
Mercy Johnson said although her daughter did not win, she’s proud and can’t stop tearing up.
The beautiful mother of four said her daughter would be greater than her adding that things she never dreamt of as a child are being accomplished by her daughter, making her happy.
Mercy Johnson wrote: So for the first time since Purity was born, I let her leave my sight to represent her school in swimming at the world school games in Dubai. Her dad went with her.
Did she win? No
Am I proud? Yes. So proud that I can’t stop tearing up.
This is her first tournament and she had less than a month to prepare.
She is and will do greater than mummy. Things I never dreamt of as a child are been accomplished by her and that makes me happy. ..
May all our hopes and dreams for our kids come to pass, may we never cry over them IJN. Amen. @o.oluwanishola thank you so much for cheering for her and sharing this moment with me.@princeodiokojie was sending me the worst videos jor. God bless you.
Kemi Filani News recalls Mercy Johnson took to social media to express sympathy with Uromi town and families who lost their loved ones during the armed robbery attack in Edo State.
Uromi, on Thursday afternoon 24th February, witnessed one of the most daring bank robberies in Nigeria’s recent history as more than 20 armed men attacked the town in broad daylight for about 2 hours.
The armed robbers used explosives to breach the banks’ entrance, while bags of money were carried out and stuffed in different cars.
Photos and videos on social media show the level of carnage and murder of Nigerians, including security officers.
Taking to her Instagram page, Mercy Johnson said her husband, kids and herself are from Uromi and whatever concerns the town concern them.
Mercy Johnson condoles with the families that lost their loved ones during the robbery incident and prayed that the ugly incident would never occur again.