Veteran Rapper Eedris Abdulkareem Loses Mum, Pens Touching Tribute On Instagram

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Popular Nigerian rapper Eedris Abulkareem recently used his official social media to announce the death of his aged mother, Alhaja Safurat Ajoke Ajenifuja, aged 96, who passed away on Friday, July 12.

The veteran rap act penned a long and emotional tribute to his mum as he recounted some of the important moments they spent together while he was growing up.

Abdulkareem in his tribute described his mum as his confidante, role model, prayer warrior and a mother of all seasons. He gave a recount of some of her patriotic duties with the legendary Funmilayo Anikulapo Kuti, which led to the abdication of Oba Adewole the 2nd in 1949, adding that she was a colossus in the areas of human rights activism and the fight for the betterment of the society.

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PASSAGE OF HONOUR! "One of the most indelible marks of attachment and bond between me and my mother happened while I was very young! We had a neighbour in whose house we used to watch television, which was a rare sight those days in my neighbourhood! One fateful day, the owners of the house chastised me in strong words, telling me to go home and tell my father to buy a television set: I ran home feeling humiliated and abused. After a while, I ask my mother about my father whom I didn't know, my mum burst out crying in The course of explaining this to me. I felt that I have caused my mother some untold pains and involuntarily joined her in crying!" CONTIMUE READING 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇

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Bring his tribute to an end, the rapper disclosed how his mother remained resolute in raising him to be a better man, despite losing eight of her 10 biological sons.

“She taught humility without foolishness, truthfulness without fear or favour, charitable and communal living devoid of aloofness and self-adulation, unfettered love of all human kind irrespective of religious, tribal and political leanings,” Abdulkareem wrote.See his post below:

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PASSAGE OF HONOUR! "One of the most indelible marks of attachment and bond between me and my mother happened while I was very young! We had a neighbour in whose house we used to watch television, which was a rare sight those days in my neighbourhood! One fateful day, the owners of the house chastised me in strong words, telling me to go home and tell my father to buy a television set: I ran home feeling humiliated and abused. After a while, I ask my mother about my father whom I didn't know, my mum burst out crying in The course of explaining this to me. I felt that I have caused my mother some untold pains and involuntarily joined her in crying!" CONTIMUE READING 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇

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