Nollywood actress, Regina Chukwu has recounted how she had to move back to her father’s house 3 years after her husband died, while thanking God for her new palatial home.
The latest landlady and mum of two shared the good news on her Instagram page Thursday morning, December 29.
In her post, the actress reflected on the times she had to move out of her matrimonial home after her husband and father of her children died twenty years ago and how she was forced to move back to her parent’s house.
Regina Chukwu mentioned that she decided to share the good news online so as to encourage other widows. She wrote:
“GOD DID IT!!!
REGINA AND HER KIDS are right here to give all thanks back to the MOST HIGH.
I am all sort of emotion this morning, having contemplated if I should post this here or not, it’s took me a whole lot of thinking before posting this (y’all know I don’t bring my ish to the gram).
But remember widows like me I could be encouraging with this win too.
20 yrs after I was left with this kids alone, I am able to give them their own house
Yes I did it!
My kids finally have a house they can call their OWN remember how we had to move back to my fathers house 3 yrs after I lost their father (cos I couldn’t pay the rent no more) it’s been 20yrs now
I remember how we had to manage with my 5 biological siblings and 3 other adopted kids ( of my parents)
remember how I had to sleep out side with my mosquito net just cos the house was too hot for me remember how my kids grew tru it all
I remember everything right now as all dem’ memories are rushing back as I typed this right now.
Even the situation we live in righ now as we are yet to move into the new house so many people won’t believe it. I just wanna thank the kind of children God has blessed me with want to thank my kind of parents and siblings ( let me talk abt them in the next post)
I want to thank my adopted kids (ifoma, Emma, chinoye and chidera) hmmm this one’s ehen, I have a lot to say but for now…
Thank you God. 12 months journey and I am here to say I AM GRATEFUL.”