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Eku Edewor’s Mother Getting Married the Third Time Is a Testament to the Phrase That No One Can Define You

   

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Media personality, Eku Edewor is excited about her mum, who defied society’s expectations to get married the third time.  In Africa, while men are free to marry as much as they want to, women are not given the same choice. Infact, a woman who lost her husband may be expected to dedicate her life to taking care of her kids rather than seeking marriage.

On her Instagram page, Eku shares her mom’s journey to getting married the third time.

Read her story

My Mother is a testament to the phrase that no one can define you. Not society, not your friends, not your siblings or even your parents. Our Creator is the only one that blesses our wishes, makes a road for us and lifts us when we think we have been forgotten. My Mother and Father had a beautiful marriage yet they went their separate ways.

My Mother was blessed to meet my late stepfather Uncle Peter Thomas, they were married 15 years until his death almost 10 years ago. I didn’t think it was possible to replace him as they were one.

However a few years ago, my Mother met Doctor Victor Izegbu, a man we all have fallen in love with. Today my heart is full of joy and as usual where my Mother is concerned, admiration, because as per usual, her light is on, she has never let anyone dim that, and despite all odds, despite moments of near darkness, her light is shining brighter than ever!! I love you Mummy. Happy Married life to the newest couple in town, The Izegbu’s!! ♥️♥️

“Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for whoever loves others has fulfilled the law.” ~ Romans 13:8
#traditional #village #ekutown #hometown#delta

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My Mother is a testament to the phrase that no one can define you. Not society, not your friends, not your siblings or even your parents. Our Creator is the only one that blesses our wishes, makes a road for us and lifts us when we think we have been forgotten. My Mother and Father had a beautiful marriage yet they went their separate ways. My Mother was blessed to meet my late stepfather Uncle Peter Thomas, they were married 15 years until his death almost 10 years ago. I didn’t think it was possible to replace him as they were one. However a few years ago, my Mother met Doctor Victor Izegbu, a man we all have fallen in love with. Today my heart is full of joy and as usual where my Mother is concerned, admiration, because as per usual, her light is on, she has never let anyone dim that, and despite all odds, despite moments of near darkness, her light is shining brighter than ever!! I love you Mummy. Happy Married life to the newest couple in town, The Izegbu’s!! ♥️♥️ "Let no debt remain outstanding, except the continuing debt to love one another, for whoever loves others has fulfilled the law." ~ Romans 13:8 #traditional #village #ekutown #hometown #delta

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