Tears of joy flow in video as lady surprises her parents with brand new car

Tears of joy flow in video as lady surprises her parents with brand new car

- A young woman, Samke Ngubane, inspired everyone with the gift she gave her parents

- The accountant bought her mom and dad a brand-new Toyota SUV

- Ngubane posted heart-warming videos of the emotional moment she gave her parents the whip

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"Can we talk about a God who restores... I bought my parents a car! Who would have thought! Dear mom and dad, thank you," she wrote and added a heart emoji.

The video shows Ngubane revealing the new whip to her parents and her folks are visibly emotional.

The South African beauty's mother is spotted wiping away tears of joy. Take a look at the clip below:

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Ngubane posted another clip of the emotional moment and several photos of her parents with their new car.

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Ngubane opened up in another post that she had been retrenched two years ago and the fact that she could bless her parents was a gift from God.

YEN.com.gh saw Ngubane shared a photo of her mother praying for her after she gave them the new car and Mzansi got all the feels.

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Ngubane's story gave social media users hope that their dreams will one day come true.

Twitter user, @AyandaMbambo5, commented:

"You're giving me hope dear as I'm so broke currently my kids don't even have food to eat tonight."

Zinhle Ndlovu, who goes by the Twitter handle @znchle, added:

"Wow. Your story just gave me hope. Thank you. And congrats to you and your parents."

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that Kofi Oduro, a popular Ghanaian prophet and head pastor of Alabaster International Ministries has been shockingly spotted preaching at Circle

Although there was no official announcement of an upcoming event at the venue, bypassers alone had thronged the place and formed huge crowds

Preaching on the streets is usually done by persons without actual ministries which makes the popular prophet's move quite remarkable.

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