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Jim Iyke- Fatherhood is my toughest challenge

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Nollywood fine boy and actor, Jim Iyke, who is noted for playing ‘bad boy’ roles in movies, has opened up on a major secret in his life.

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The actor who recently disclosed in an interview that TB Joshua took advantage of him said he believes the hardest thing he has faced in life is being a father as well as making sure that he is always available for his son.

“Fatherhood is probably one of the toughest challenges in my life. Remember I don’t have a mother again.”

He further revealed that there was a particular day that his son cried throughout the night —”I started crying too. I couldn’t take the mental torture of seeing someone I love so much crying. I didn’t know what the problem was. He cried all through the night. When I called my doctor, he told me that it was normal for a baby to cry that way. According to the doctor, since they cannot talk to us about their distress, they cry.”

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“I hired two nannies, but it didn’t work out well. The nanny didn’t last more than two weeks before I fired her. So, I made up my mind to sacrifice my time for my son.”

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“I felt she was pushing away the actual experience I wanted for myself. My nanny was there to take care of things I wanted to experience like changing diapers, carrying my baby, feeding him and taking him for walks. I would also have time to go back to work, which I didn’t want to. I knew once I headed back to work, the process would continue,” he said during an interview on Goldmyne TV.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2023
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