A man has shared a hilarious video of his granny driving for the first time at the age of 80. Her pure happiness was captured on film and social media users loved it. The grandson opened up about how she has been an inspiration in his life.
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Khaya Mwelase took to the Facebook #ImStaying group to share the video.
"Priceless moment when my granny drove for the first time in her life on her 80th birthday. You could see the happiness on her face"
He went on to say that she gives him the best advice and he loves seeing her happy.
"Most of us grew up with grannies on the farms, it's always a pleasure to see them happy. We should embrace them with love and support."
Social media users were entertained by the video. Facebook user Lyn Hood said:
"Oh how amazing and precious is that, Gogo was clearly enjoying it, bless you Gogo on your birthday and always."
Buyi Hlabano said:
"This is sooooo inspiring... Go Gogo."
Balindele Okuhle Cele said:
"This is the sweetest thing ever"
Sonja Mellet said:
"This made me so happy!! Couldn't stop grinning."
Yolanda Majija Mlungu said:
"Its never too late to start a new things, here is Gogo showing us that dreams do comes true, am soo proud of Gogo, she is beautiful and fit."
Lynn Rowlett Stephenson said:
"How absolutely precious, man she's a good driver xxxxx Absolutely love it xxxxx"
In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that arguably the most popular model in Ghana, Angelina Akua Nana Oduro, became a household name over two decades ago, featuring on calendars, posters, hotels and in the homes of some prominent Ghanaians including presidents.
The iconic image, widely recognised as a symbolism of Ghana’s hospitality features Angelina adorn in regal Ghana Kente while holding a calabash with a flashing smile.
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