Home Relationship Divorced Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh, pens down touching letter to single mothers

Divorced Nigerian actress, Tonto Dikeh, pens down touching letter to single mothers Updated for 2021


Updated: February 26, 2021

To the single mother.

You mostly likely did not choose this life. You probably did not expect to be a mother, promising yourself you wouldn’t be like your own mother or another. Maybe you didn’t expect to raise a child alone, or figure out life alone.

Yet you chose your children’s welfare, health, and education over anything else life could offer for you. You made them lunch for school everyday, or at least scrap every single bill and coin so he/she can eat. You work at that crappy customer service job just so you could buy the clothes on your children’s back. You made sure they had access to health insurance for every shot required by the school district and for anytime your children had the flu.

Tonto Dikeh and son


Your job is the hardest in the entire world, especially since you’re doing it alone. It’s hard enough that you’re a woman, but you’re also a single mother. And some ignorant people are going to give you sh*t for it. For every screw up your children does, it’s “your fault” or “figures” since you’re a single mother without a husband to provide.

So many people have done extraordinary things as a single mother or being a child of one and my prayer today is that God shall see you all through and God shall use your Kids in blessing you abundantly.

I, Tonto Dikeh as an ambassador of National Agency for the prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) will be using my good office to fight for women out there who are suffering domestic violence or any sort of abuse from their husband, Spouses etc. Please kindly reach out to me God bless us All!

Happy Mothers Day Once Again…


[read_more id="2" more="Read full article" less="Read less"]

Today News Africa
Today News Africahttps://todaynewsafrica.com
Today News Africa is a US-based international news organization focused on US-Africa policy and breaking news. Our goal is to provide truthful and exclusive stories to a diverse audience across North America and the African Continent. Subscribe to our news page at https://todaynewsafrica.com/ and Follow us on Twitter @todaynewsafrica


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Trending Now


Human Rights Watch concludes Abiy Ahmed’s soldiers bombed civilians to death, schools, hospitals and markets in Tigray region

Ethiopian federal forces carried out apparently indiscriminate shelling of urban areas in the Tigray region in November 2020 in violation of the laws of war, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday. Artillery attacks at the start of the armed conflict struck homes, hospitals, schools, and markets in the city of Mekelle, and the towns of Humera and Shire, killing at least 83 civilians, including children, and wounding...

Stay connected


[read_more id="2" more="Read full article" less="Read less"]

error: Alert: Content is protected !!