Kemi Adetiba, the Nigerian movie producer, has showered Oscar Heman-Ackah, her husband, with encomium on the occasion of his birthday.
Gatekeepers News reports that in a lengthy Instagram post on Thursday, the filmmaker appreciated Oscar for “making me feel emotionally, spiritually, and physically safe.”
Kemi described her husband as “an incredible man with the biggest heart” who impacts not just her but other people “positively with your selfless and leadership traits”.
“Happy birthday to the love of my entire life. This incredible man with the biggest heart. Thank God I didn’t wait this long to ‘just do it’. You see the smiles in the wedding pictures and videos?? That’s because I know I did it right. I carried my head, mind, eye & heart to the market. I didn’t get married because ‘I had to’. I got married, because it was to him!!,” she wrote.
“I don’t just love Uncle Oz. I respect him. Not because ‘I’m supposed to but because his very life, demeanor, essence and incredible accomplishments DESERVE it. And it’s the same for everyone he comes across. I have never seen anyone with so many incredible feats, fight to stay in the shadows just so others wear the crown.
“You have the biggest heart, baby and you are KIND!! SO SO KIND!!! Anytime someone new says, ‘I love the way he loves you so openly.’ I responded, ‘It’s not me. That’s just how he is.’
This man loves with four corners of his heart… HARD and DEEP and carries people’s matter on his head.
“He is such a leader, and in a service way. His entire mission is looking for a way to help or uplift another, using any and every resource he has. And even in the face of betrayal this man still lends himself. Sweetheart, everyone is rallying around to make today special for you, because you make every day so special for others.
“On a personal note – Thank you for making me feel emotionally, spiritually, and physically safe. I love you deeply, immensely and Undeniably. And thank you for always spoiling me, Sugar-Daddy. God bless you and everything you touch. You will grow old to see our great grandchildren flourish.”