Nollywood actress Foluke Daramola Salako has been left emotional as her son graduates from High school.


Taking to his Instagram page, the proud shared photos and clips from the proud moment as her son her graduated from Seagoville High School. In one of her captions, she alerted her followers of flooding their timeline with videos and photos, describing it as the exciting feeling of a mother.

In another post, she revealed that as she watched her son walk down leaving high school, she couldn’t hold back tears of joy. Expressing gratitude to her Maker, she stated that it has been Him all the way.


“Sorry am flooding ur timeline with videos and photos it’s just the exciting feeling of a mother o

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As a watched my son walk down leaving high school I couldn’t hold back tears of joy it’s been God all the way thank u Lord”.

Her colleagues, like Kehinde Bankole, Sola Sobowale, Biola Bayo, Mercy Aigbe and more flooded her comment section congratulating messages.

Kehinde Bankole wrote, “Huge congratulations. God be praised. Go forth and prosper son in Jesus name

Sola Sobowale wrote, “Oluwaseun o. A very big congratulations. To God be the glory

Biola Bayo wrote, “My darling life. Congrats sis

Mercy Aigbe wrote, “Big congratulations

Seyi Edun wrote, “Congratulations sis”.


Just a few days back, actress, Stella Damasus had shown off her proud mama moment as her second daughter, Angelica Aboderin graduated from Columbia University.

The proud mama shared videos of her daughter and expressed her pride in her daughter’s achievements, revealing that her daughter’s grade earned her a full scholarship in an Ivy League College.

In December, Biodun Okeowo had stormed Mountain Top University for her daughter’s convocation where she beamed with pride.

Biodun revealed that her daughter graduated with a 2.1 GPA and was the most behaved graduating student of her set. She appreciated her mini-me for helping her showcase that version of herself that showbiz couldn’t let people see.