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Actress Mama No Network Celebrates Her Grown-up Daughter Birthday, Shower Her With Prayers

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Actress Kudirat Abeniade Soremi, also known as Madam No Network, has taken to her social media page to celebrate her daughter’s birthday.

The beautiful actress showered her daughter with prayers and love, wishing her blessings, good health, joy, and prosperity.

She wrote: Holy Lord, on this day, I lift my daughter to You in prayer. As she celebrates her birthday, I pray that You bless her with strength, wisdom, and unwavering faith. May she always know the depth of my love and find comfort in Your embrace. Guide her steps, protect her heart, and fill her life with joy and purpose. Happy birthday, my beautiful daughter.” @nurse_skebe

Famous9ja recall that Kudirat Abeniade, popularly known as Mama No Network, revealed in a video post on Facebook, the hurdles she overcame to reach stardom. Reflecting on her past, she unveiled the genesis of her alias, Mama No Network, and the pivotal moments that shaped her career.

Born to a Muslim father and a mother of the Cherubim and Seraphim faith, Kudirat’s upbringing was marked by diversity and challenges. Despite familial doubts, a prophetic declaration at a church vigil in CAC Ajegule forecasted her extraordinary destiny, igniting a journey fraught with hardships and resilience.

“My father is a Muslim while my mother attends Cherubim and Seraphim church but they got married so I can be born. My father who is from Ijebu-Ode gave birth to me at the age of sixty years. I was his first and last born, a child that was given birth to at old age although my mother had given birth outside the marriage. I attended Muslim School in Ijebu-Ode after that, I was in Epe. I left Epe because my father was old and wasn’t able to take care of me so his younger ones were asked to take care of me. I indeed faced a lot while there but I became smarter in their midst.

“My mother then took me to a vigil in CAC Ajegule. When we got there, the pastor preaching saw me and asked who gave birth to me and my mother came out. He then asked what work I was doing and she said tailoring. Meanwhile, I had already told her that I didn’t want to learn the craft and she shouldn’t waste her money but she didn’t listen and still put me there to learn. The pastor then said “This child you’re seeing is going to be a glorious destiny and also going to take you places, but the journey from one town to another is where she will start getting to be known. A lot of people will be under her and worship her.” My older ones thought it was a joke and refused to believe it.”

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