Omoni Oboli, the popular actress, has expressed regret over the treatment of her late father.

The film producer wished she could turn back the hands of time and treat her late father better than she had done.

Omoni Oboli stated on her walk that morning, she broke down in tears because she misses her dad.

She lost her father in May, 2017 to an auto accident.

The mum of three with siblings buried him in style on June 2, 2017 in Mosogar, Delta State.

The burial ceremony was attended by different Nollywood stars, including Chioma Akpotha, Ufuoma McDermott and Kene Mkparu of FilmHouse.

Her father, Chief Matthew Eriyovwe Ukey, worked as a Commissioner at the Delta State Civil Service Commission.

The ‘Wives on Strike’ cast blamed herself for not checking up on him daily before his demise.

She advised her millions of fans to always check up on their parents daily.

She wrote on Instagram: “On my walk this morning, I started crying because I miss my dad. I thought to myself, I could have called him everyday and told him I loved him everyday.

“Show your parents all the love you can everyday cos one day, you would wish you could give it all up for just one more day!

“I wish…just one more day! Give them all the love you can while you still have them.”

 

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Her touching post stirred emotions of fans who took to her comment section to mourn their dead parents and those whose parent were still alive promised to start checking up on them often.

iluoberamatu stated: ” I just called my mum after reading your post, reassuring her of my love and gratitude.”

omonioladasmola_1 said: ” I miss my dad everyday.”

ruthantonia_ wrote: “Same way I miss my mom everyday I ensure I speak to my brothers daily, they’re all I’ve got.”

faithihuefo stated: ” I miss you dad but as for my mom I call her everyday, she’s all I got.”

kyautagiwa said: “We still love them even in death.”

helenj2014 stated: “So true I can relate. Miss my mom so much. Wish I could have been a better daughter.”