PHOTOS: Philippine woman searching for her Nigerian father on social media gets disappointing news
Grief as a 28-year-old Nigerian-Philippine woman who was searching for her Edo father discovered that he reportedly died few years ago.
WITHIN NIGERIA learnt that the 28-year-old woman, Kimberly Monick Ebohon, had taken to Facebook on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, seeking to locate her father, Andrew Joseph Ide Ebohon.
The mother of two from Batac, a city in the province of Ilocos North, Philippines revealed that her father worked as a researcher and Missionary in the Philippines in the early 90s.
“My name is Kimberly Monick Ebohon and I’m looking for my Nigerian Father, I don’t know much about him. His name is Andrew Joseph Ida Ebohon, and he’s from Nigeria and working as Researcher and Missionary, I was born on April 24, 1992 at Brgy 35 Bil-loca,Batac City Province of Ilocos Norte Philippines, and my mom name is Virginia Sarian Ebohon I’m already 28 but I’m still hoping to find him. Hope you can help me to find him, thank you and God Bless you” she had written.
Eventhough the only picture of her father she uploaded on social media has faded but her post was widely shared by Facebook users particularly those from Edo state.
The 28-year-old woman, Kimberly on Saturday, March 7 disclosed that she has located her paternal family but sadly learned that her father is dead.
She thanked everyone for their help and expressed her desire to visit Nigeria and meet her father’s relatives some day.
“Thank you so much to all of you in guiding and helping me on my journey in finding me dad. I am so happy and thankful that I foud the relatives of my dad even though I got the information from them that my dad has died,” she said.
“I still be thankful that God is always protecting me and guiding me in all the things that I have done. I love you all people of Nigeria and God bless this place and I wish God will shower you blessings. I hope someday I could come and visit my place. Thank you for welcoming me as your family. I love you all.”