My Mum Worked As A Cleaner, My Dad As ‘Danfo’ Driver, Bus Conductor – Tunde Onakoya

A Nigerian who holds the Guinness World Records for the longest marathon chess game, Tunde Onakoya, has revealed his humble beginning.

He made this known on his X handle on Friday when he revealed that his parents were given a house the same day.

The chess player and coach said: “Someone gifted my parents a new house today.

“It’s the single greatest thing anyone will ever do for me in this lifetime.


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“Thank you.

“My mother worked as a cleaner in the same school I attended so I could get an education while my dad worked as a Danfo driver/bus conductor so we could feed and survive.

“My greatest joy in life is to be able to give them both the life they truly deserve.”

Credit: The Eagle Online

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