Olakunle Churchill thanked his grandmother for giving birth to the best gift he has ever gotten, his mother, in a heartfelt Instagram post.
Businessman and philanthropist Olakunle Churchill spent Mother’s Day beautifully with his ex-girlfriend Tonto Dikeh and wife Rosy Meurer.
Olakunle Churchill wrote a touching tribute to his grandmother on Instagram, thanking her for giving birth to the greatest present he has ever received: his mother.
He also appreciated his mother for being the best guardian and teacher, who has compromised and committed herself for him and his siblings.
He wrote, “Life starts with a woman. The greatest love of all starts with a mother.
Apart from bringing us here to see the light of this world, our mothers also have raised us with pure love, affection, and care.
To my forever beautiful grandmother, thank you for giving me one of life’s best gift, My mother! Thank you for being so amazing.
To my MOM… you are forever my best teacher and guardian. This is to celebrate your compromise and commitment for us, and I know celebrating once a year is never enough, it is why I’ll always celebrate you every other day. Thank you for your unconditional love, mom.”
Olakunle Churchill further appreciated his beautiful wife, Rosy Meurer, claiming she outstands all the women in his life.
The father of three also revealed how beautiful their journey of marriage has being and how she made motherhood look seamless.
“To my Wife, My heart, My ride or die… You are God’s masterpiece, the most outstanding of all and my lucky charm. You make motherhood look so seamless and it’s so beautiful riding on this journey with you. You are amazing.”
To top it all, Olakunle Churchill celebrated Tonto Dikeh and his first wife for their love, care and dedication which can never be overemphasized.
“To the mothers of my kids, your love, care and dedication can never be overemphasized, I’m grateful for each one of you and would love to tell you I appreciate you so much more than words can say.
Happy Mother’s Day to every mother who have planted and nurtured the seed of life. Y’all are our heroes without capes.”