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Ariel presents Super Mom Reality Show on BN – Episode 2 – Watch the Mothers of Tony Tetuila & Kefee Speak on their Struggles, Journey & Famous Children

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Tony Tetuila” born as Anthony Olanrewaju Awotoye was born into an impoverished polygamous family. When he was 11 months old, he was besieged by a series of illnesses. Today, the Oro, Kwara State born recording artiste and song writer has made his mark in the NigerianMusic Industry. His mother, Mrs Cecilia Awotoye,  tells the heart-wrenching and mind-boggling story of how she succeeded in raising her children, especially the precocious Tetuila, against all odds of poverty and domestic abuse.

Tony’s successful musical career was a blessing and it was the crowning joy of his mother’s efforts and sacrifices. he made his intentions known to his mom who gave him all the support she could muster. According to Tony Tetuila, there wasn’t a time when his mother wasn’t there for him and nothing would quantify the worth of her ever encouraging words of advice. “I remember her always saying that God has ordained me for greatness and so He will keep me even from death. I am everything I am today because of my mom. After God, my mom is next in my thoughts”

Also in this episode Ariel Super Mom features Mrs Ejiroghene Rachel Obareki the mother of  Irikefe Don Momoh, known as Kefee.  Mrs Obareki tells of her struggles with the loss of her son and the challenge of dealing with Kefee’s childhood illness.

The mother of the Branama sensation tells of how she started a petty trade of fresh corn and firewood just to make ends meet. According to Kefee, her mom is a large part of her successful music career. Even when the scandal of her broken marriage seemed to literally end her career as a gospel singer, her mother who had predicted the sad event never criticized her. Instead, she showered her with more love and supported her every step of the way.

Enjoy the video here!


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7 Comments

  1. Purpleicious Babe

    October 12, 2012 at 1:50 pm

    Nice stories… our mothers are ROCKS….. I WILL VOTE THE FIRST ONE..Tony Tetuila’s Mum wow to all she did for a children and to all mothers out there WOW.

    I have learnt to always ask why when am refused of my offer or ideas.Mum knows me too much lol..

    I appreciate this… really nice. AMEN TO all the prayers.. loves an elderly persons prayer really fresh and full of wisdom…

  2. Tincan

    October 12, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    Brings tears to my eyes, this program. African women suffered so much back in the day. It just struck me that what I consider difficulty with my own toddler is nothing compared to what these women have gone through. Now 999 is so easy, any little issue, I call NHS direct… Waoh.

    Lord God, thank you.

  3. Yinda

    October 13, 2012 at 9:18 am

    Awwww. No dry eyes here.

  4. Dolly p

    October 19, 2012 at 9:51 pm

    iya ni wura. this sure brought tears to my eyes. Mothers are priceless. love my mum so much. God pls bless us to be able to take good care of our mothers. pls hear my prayers oh lord. Amen

  5. Mounah

    October 30, 2012 at 6:07 am

    Someone pleaseeeeee tell me who sang the some, pleaseeeee. I really want to play it for my mom’s surprise b’day bash soo.

  6. Mounah

    October 30, 2012 at 6:53 am

    Please please, someone please tell me the title of the song. I really want to play it for my mom’s b’day. Thanks a billion.

  7. chicandy

    December 10, 2012 at 8:11 pm

    just lovely

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