- Nonkie Johannah Mogane Ohiku shared a sweet post dedicated to her loving uncle
- According to Nonkie, her uncle provided much needed emotional support as her father was absent
- She thanked her uncle Abby for everything and promised to continue making him proud
Nonkie Johannah Mogane Ohiku's father was never present in her life but her uncle did not allow her to feel alone. She took to Facebook's #ImStaying group to share a lovely message about her mother's brother.
Nonkie said her uncle did not provide monetary support as he was not well off, however, he provided much-needed emotional support and stability in her life. Nonkie says she is entirely grateful to have him in her life.
She hopes to continue making him proud of her.
Read her full post below:
"This amazing man who is my mom's brother chose to be present for me and when my father was never there. It is not about money because honestly he does not really have.
"The fact that he stayed and supported me through my decisions. I am entirely grateful, I am staying to continue making him proud. Dankie malome Abby."
Stayers felt the pure emotion and love in Nonkie's post. Below are just a few of the responses she received:
Tsholofelo Mosala said:
"Dankie Malome Abby... How awesome that is even though he didn't have money but you felt his support. I hope you make him proud and support him whenever you can, these men are treasures."
Shirley Mc Daniel wrote:
"What a tender tribute this is... Profound gratitude for this caring from a beloved and nurturing uncle."
Reta Grobler commented:
"Good for you and wishing you all the best and keep making him proud."
Nontobeko Naledi Mhlongo added:
"I have an uncle just like this one, continue to love and cherish him for he is one in a million."
In other news about sweet stories, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a picture of a grandpa holding his grandbaby on his back. Taking to Facebook's popular ImStaying group, Tshegofatso Hatso Choshane shared the heartwarming picture of the unknown man with the baby wrapped onto his back with a large towel holding her firmly.
"The other day I saw this grandfather passing by my house & I was so happy & proud of him #ImStaying because of him," she captioned the touching Facebook post.
Locals loved the sweet post. Many of them took to the comment section to share their thoughts.
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