Workers Day Eulogy: Dabota Lawson Recounts The Story of Her Life, Regrets and Triumph

Dabota Lawson, a model and beauty entrepreneur who was married to billionaire husband, Sunny Aku came into limelight when she won the Miss Nigeria UK. The famous Nigerian model was born on the 2nd of June 1991. The beauty queen was born in Rivers State, in the family of ten.

Her young and teenage years were spent in Nigeria, but at the age of 16, she went to the United Kingdom to pursue a college education and then university degree. She studied Financial Economics at the University of Leicester, where she got a Bachelors degree.

Then, she proceeded to the London School of Business and Finance, she studied Accounting and Business there. The hardworking single mother of one describes herself as “beauty with brains”, and this is true.

Dabota is also an entrepreneur, she holds her own event management company called Diamond Inc. together with her three friends. She also owns a cosmetic line called Dabota Cosmetics, which is really popular in Nigeria and offers young women a variety of products.

As you can see, Dabota Lawson is a self-made woman who works hard to reach her goal.

As today, May 1 marks workers’ day, the mumpreneur took to her Instagram page to write an eulogy describing the story of her life; her mistakes despite her parents warnings and more.

She wrote;

”Dabota Lawson .
University of Leicester.
BA Financial Economics 2:1 .
Today is workers day and I remember when I was 16 and got my first part time job in Leicester . I was in college, In boarding school in the UK . It’s was my official first step to becoming who I am today.

Although back then my ideas and dreams of what I wanted my life to be like was totally different . I really imagined that I would become an investment banker make all the money and rule the world before I’m 40. 😂🤣

In my first year in university I was nominated as the course rep for my department, and in my second year I was the African Caribbean society President. By my 3rd year I had bought my first car . All the while working and schooling.

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I mean I was on my way to becoming the first female president .. after school I went on to compete in the Miss Nigeria Uk pageant and won! Woohooo I’m the Queen Of the world. 😂🤣

And then I went back to school, this time to get my Ultimate Certificate as a Chartered Management Accountant . I enrol into the London School Of Business and Finance.

After that I moved back to Nigeria and suddenly EVERYTHING CHANGED 😩😫 Lord have mercy!!!! I never knew I could make so many wrong choices and mistakes in my life. I never knew how aggressive and angry I could be.

Even serving God was a different ball game. I also have never experienced so much freedom and fun all at once. All in all through it all my parents have been there for me. They had already given everything I needed to go through life.

My parents sacrificed everything for me and many times I had betrayed them with my wrong choices in life.

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Today I’m still chasing my dreams and they still stand by me . I’m really living my dreams , working everyday doing what I love so so much .

I’m no longer working for people but steady building my empire. My small accolades in my Bio allows me to celebrate this day as a promising business woman. May God bless my parents . They are the real hard workers and God bless every hard working person out there . Keep chasing your dreams. Dreams come through.

Keep trying . Strive to the finish . Get your degree. No one can take it away from you. Even if all fails , you can start again. You’ve got something that will stand as a signal that you have the ability to learn , to be consistent and committed.

With God on your side the sky would definitely not be the limit. You don’t need anyone to give you an award for working hard and making a living. The lives you’ve affected and changed plus Your bank account should be your award plaque. #mayday#workersday#stayinschool#MisAlummi .”

In 2014, Dabota got married to Nigerian billionaire Sunny Aku. They held a lavish wedding in Lagos, at the Sky Terrance Hall.

During the first months of their marriage, the couple experienced no major problems. However, the trouble in their marriage started before they celebrated their first anniversary.

In early 2016, Dabota Lawson filed for divorce from her wealthy husband.

The reasons, as the media reported, were Sunny Aku’s infidelity: the rumors circulated that he had a lot of other women while being together with Dabota, and even was technically married to one of them.

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In court, Dabota announced that his other wife’s name was Elizabeth Chioma Aku.

Dabota Lawson . University of Leicester. BA Financial Economics 2:1 . Today is workers day and I remember when I was 16 and got my first part time job in Leicester . I was in college, In boarding school in the UK . It’s was my official first step to becoming who I am today . Although back then my ideas and dreams of what I wanted my life to be like was totally different . I really imagined that I would become an investment banker make all the money and rule the world before I’m 40. 😂🤣 In my first year in university I was nominated as the course rep for my department, and in my second year I was the African Caribbean society President. By my 3rd year I had bought my first car . All the while working and schooling . I mean I was on my way to becoming the first female president .. after school I went on to compete in the Miss Nigeria Uk pageant and won! Woohooo I’m the Queen Of the world. 😂🤣 And then I went back to school , this time to get my Ultimate Certificate as a Chartered Management Accountant . I enrol into the London School Of Business and Finance . After that I moved back to Nigeria and suddenly EVERYTHING CHANGED 😩😫 Lord have mercy!!!! I never knew I could make so many wrong choices and mistakes in my life . I never knew how aggressive and angry I could be . Even serving God was a different ball game . I also have never experienced so much freedom and fun all at once . All in all through it all my parents have been there for me . They had already given everything I needed to go through life . My parents sacrificed everything for me and many times I had betrayed them with my wrong choices in life . Today I’m still chasing my dreams and they still stand by me . I’m really living my dreams , working everyday doing what I love so so much . I’m no longer working for people but steady building my empire. My small accolades in my Bio allows me to celebrate this day as a promising business woman. May God bless my parents . They are the real hard workers and God bless every hard working person out there . Keep chasing your dreams. Dreams come through

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