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I Never Liked Carrying Children – Ronke Odusanya

Ronke Odusanya2Nollywood actress, Ronke Odusanya has jumped on Instagram to share an important prayer for all mothers and expectant mums.

She did this as she recalled the days she used to play the role of a nanny to 2 beautiful kids.

According to her, she was always afraid of carrying little children until she got used to it and started loving the idea.

Her words, “Let’s throw it back to 5 years ago ON THANKSGIVING DAY when I was backing OPPY AND CARRYING DEMMY at the same time , these 2 boys then showed my boobs peper anytime am in their parents house and sleeping beside them ….. me sef don dey do nanny tey tey oh , I remember systa and Trendy will lock me up in a room with their children and tell me to stay there with them cos then I was always afraid of carrying little children cos I would be scared they might fall down from my hands , but when OLUWAFIFEHANMI came into my life , I knew God was passing a message to me ……. LORD I WILL BE FOREVER THANKFUL NITORI WIPE E FIFEHANMI . I PRAY FOR ALL PARENTS THAT MAY WE NEVER KNOW THIER GRAVES IJN. AND TO EXPECTING MOTHERS , MAY God grant u ur heart desires. Amennnnnnn. Happy Thanksgiving OPPY AND DEMMY.”


Ronke Odusanya, popularly known as Flakky Ididowo is a Nigerian-born Yoruba film actress, film producer and stage performer.

Ronke Odusanya was born on May 3 in Ogun State. Ronke was educated at the St. Benedict Nursery & Primary School and Federal Government Girls College, Akure. She attended the Olabisi Onabanjo University, earning a degree in Mass communication.

She began her professional acting career at 16 years old after graduation. She was named “Flakky Idi Dowo” after her role in Fathia Balogun’s movie as “Folake” in 2006. Ronke featured in Oga Bello’s “Kerikeri”. She made her Nollywood debut feature in 2001 Yoruba film, “Baba Ologba”. She has featured in several Nigerian films, including ”Jenifa which she played the role of Becky, Twisted, and A Girl’s Note among others. She was nominated for Best Actress in Leading Role (Yoruba) at the 2017 Best of Nollywood Awards for her role in the film Ailatunse.

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