Comedian shares words of motivation, dedicates luxury mansion to mother

The comedian encouraged parents to offer support to children with talents as this could be a recipe for success.

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The humorist talked about his struggles as a child, when the idea of success seemed far-fetched and somewhat distant from reality.

All that kept young I Go Dye going was a strong determination to transform his living condition which was quite deplorable at the time.

According to the comedian in a long Instagram post he shared today, he found inspiration to pursue his dreams due to his innovative skills.

Many years down the line, the comic has now fulfilled a promise he made to his mother which is to change their story for the better.

"Reminiscing on this picture, takes me way back to a journey, that saw me living with my mother in one room. the curtains that was behind me, was a piece of cloth that my grand mum gave to  us to cover the entrance of our door.

It was so bad then, all that kept me going was the creative gift of innovating things like Solar fan, Radio transmitter, fly  Helicopter, Hover craft ship. This gave me a smile each time I got compliments.

"Then I always told my mother that one day I will take them out from that position,even when I made that possible years back,I still felt a debt within me.

"Honestly then I had told my self, I will build a GOLDEN EYES mansion for my mother lol .

"Am just a few privileged to see some of their dreams come true and I have to inspire many others that life often saves the best, only for is to wait and strive a little more.

"I am just using this medium to appeal to our parents to support their children in all capacity, if there is a skill or talent that we discover in them.

Honestly, everyone cannot be a doctor, or lawyer, but we all have  special gifts that can set us apart from each other and become successful.

"This picture was yesterday hope, a dreamed fulfilled today for my #queenmum and a gift from God to help you believe in the future.

"Am not better than any one,just that yesterday's dream is kept alive by all of you that gave me your support and prayers.

"May God bless you all for making this possible for my mum, your own go pass this one in Jesus amen."

The Delta State indigene has seen a steady success in comedy due to his ability to reinvent himself and come up with exciting comments.

His early venture into the comedy business saw him perform at the year 2000 edition of the "Night of a Thousand Laughs" after meeting the organizer, Opa Williams.

This opportunity quickly shot his widespread acceptance and fame among patronisers of Nigerian comedy.


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