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Denrele Edun Hasn’t Seen His Mother For 18 Year But His Tribute Is Heartwarming (READ)

Denrele Edun still desperately misses his Mauritian mother, Anita Dhunwantee Edun.

Last night, the show host took to his Instagram to tell his mother’s story, how they persevered when poverty struck, the struggles between his mother and his father’s family, and how she was forced to flee Nigeria.

“Havent seen you in 18 YEARS but you are the reason i’m a FIGHTER! Stumbled on your old Mauritius Passport today and it brought back memories of all the sacrifices you made for us all, especially ME,” he began, adding, “As a Foreigner on the Nigerian soil, you never thought of running back to Mauritius and India with us kids even when our Dad was out of work (severally) and when you had to survive constant bickering and antagonizing fights with his relatives.”

He continued, “Even when we left our Duplex and moved to an uncompleted building and finally to the hellish cramped ONE ROOM in the family house, You found ways to provide even if it meant starving yourself. You instilled so much strength in me to carry our family along!”

The crossdresser went on to reveal how his mother was forced to leave, and he loves her still even though they have yet to see each other in 18 years. “My AMAZING MUM currently lives in Dublin, Ireland and even though it’s been over 18 years since she left the shores of Nigeria (on my insistence)…I’ve decided that our reunion would be my BIRTHDAY GIFT,” he said.

This is the first time Denrele would be sharing all these painful details, and now fans are sending him all the love and good wishes, hoping he will reunite with his mother.

Read the full note.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY GORGEOUS MUM; ANITA DHUNWANTEE EDUN aka MAMA RELE. • Havent seen you in 18 YEARS but you are the reason i’m a FIGHTER! Stumbled on your old Mauritius Passport today and it brought back memories of all the sacrifices you made for us all, especially ME. • As a Foreigner on the Nigerian soil, you never thought of running back to Mauritius and India with us kids even when our Dad was out of work (severally) and when you had to survive constant bickering and antagonizing fights with his relatives. Even when we left our Duplex and moved to an uncompleted building and finally to the hellish cramped ONE ROOM in the family house, You found ways to provide even if it meant starving yourself. You instilled so much strength in me to carry our family along! • You never liked any of my girlfriends but I can forgive you now. You didn’t earn more than Papa (even when you secured work for him), but you sure worked a lot more. Juggling your job and looking after your family, I can image how at the end of each day, you always felt sore. Don’t think that your efforts are going unnoticed, We all appreciate everything you do, We are always looking for ways to show our love, So that we can give back bit by bit, to you. We know you don’t expect anything in return, For all the hard work you do for us and Papa, But I realize that it must take superhuman strength, To keep everyone happy and glad. So today, we celebrate your life A woman who is not just a wife and a mother, But a woman who is beautiful and so loving, That just being around her is one of life’s treasure! • My AMAZING MUM currently lives in Dublin, Ireland and even though it’s been over 18 years since she left the shores of Nigeria (on my insistence)…I’ve decided that our reunion would be my BIRTHDAY GIFT! • HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAMA!

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