Victony receives emotional childhood narration from his mother as he marks his 22nd birthday
Victony, a popular Afrobeat singer, receives a surprising narration from his mother about his childhood as he celebrates his 22nd birthday.
The birthday boy took to the image-sharing platform to share an emotional note from his mother who struggled through his childbirth and also during his childhood.
According to Victony’s mother, she suffered from one attack of the other without giving up hope until she triumphed.
Victony, at the end of the narration, expressed shock and said that he had never been aware of any of his mother’s circumstances.
In the birthday note, she wrote, “Ebuka, you are destined for great things. When I look back and trace all the signs that I couldn’t read. First off, during your pregnancy, I suffered an asthma attack that almost took my life.
God helped and I managed with it up until the pregnancy was due for delivery. Even when I was in labor, I remember going to the hospital with daddy we had an accident that made daddy fall into a pothole and in turn, damaged the wheel of his car.
We barely had to manage the vehicle and toggle it to the hospital. We got to the hospital and did the necessary but when it was time for delivery, the enemy struck again!
This time you couldn’t come out of my womb because the umbilical cord tied you down and it was wrapped around you. The doctor in charge had to untie you before you came out. We all rejoiced that faithful day that you were born.
To my surprise, the neighborhood lit fireworks and the display was nothing like I have seen in my entire life. Wow. That was a special sign I could now understand. You started suffering measles in your first months and it took the grace of God to get you fit.
A year later, you started having cold. This cold led to random asthma attacks. Thank God it didn’t affect your studies. You are aware of the series of attacks.”