“She was a Godsent and an Angel in disguise to me and my child” Chioma Akpotha describes her unforgettable experience with Faithia Williams in the UK

Chioma Akpotha describes her unforgettable

Chioma Akpotha, a Nollywood actress, recalled her good actions to Faithia Williams on her birthday on Monday, bringing tears to her son’s eyes.

In a lengthy Instagram post, she disclosed that in October 2007, she came to the UK with a group of Nollywood film practitioners for the first Nollywood premiere, bringing her 6-month-old kid with her.

Chioma remarked that she had no idea how she would handle the entire journey, especially considering it was her first vacation outside of Nigeria and she was alone with her toddler.

However, God sent Faithia, who was like an Angel in disguise for her. She described how Faithia treated them like her own flesh and blood, caring for them and accompanying them everywhere.

Chioma stated that her love was intentional with her love and cared towards them, that she can’t forget it.

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She urged her fans and followers to help her show massive love to the celebrant as she described her as a beautiful woman in and out.

Taking to her comment section, Faithia Williams affirmed her love for her, stating that even if they don’t see, she loves her.

“There is one act of love I got from @faithiawilliams that I will never forget. In the month of October 2007, a group of Nollywood film practitioners traveled to the United Kingdom for the first Nollywood Premiere Ever in Leicester Square “Across The Niger”. I had my 6-month-old baby with me and had no clue how I would navigate the whole trip especially when it was my first trip ever outside Nigeria and was alone with my child.
God sent Aunty Fathia! She was an Angel in disguise (still is) She took care of me like I was her flesh and blood. Cared for me and my child like she would her own. She went everywhere with us most times carrying my son herself. She knew instantly when he needed to be fed and when it was time for a nappy change and nap time too. She would rock him to sleep. Aunty Faithia always came to check on us in the room mostly to see that I wasn’t baking my son because I always turned the heating so high as it was very cold 🥶 at that time of the year ( I hate the cold ). She was intentional with her love and care towards us. These are gestures that make life beautiful. They can never be forgotten.
Family, please help me show massive love to @faithiawilliams as she celebrates her birthday today. She is a beautiful woman in and out.

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I love you now and always Aunty Faithia”.

Faithia wrote, “My darling. Even if we don’t see. I love you”.

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