- A little boy disrupted his mother's live broadcast and negotiated for two biscuits
- The mother identified as Deborah was reporting from home due to the deadly COVID-19
- Her son stepped in and asked her if he could get two biscuits, and she agreed to it
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A video has emerged in which a little boy could be seen negotiating for two biscuits when his mother was on air.
The mum identified as Deborah Haynes was reporting from home due to COVID and the little boy walked in asking his mother if he could get two biscuits.
The mum, who was not expecting him in the room, kept apologising to the anchor and told her son she could get two biscuits.
Deborah wrote on Twitter: "Thank you for the lovely comments after my son’s impromptu appearance mid-live-broadcast. I can confirm that his high-stakes negotiating skills netted him two chocolate digestives."
Meanwhile, it has been reported that a Nigerian lady, Dr Stella Tadese, celebrated her academic achievement after finishing her Masters of Business Administration degree with a 4.29/5.0 GPA.
The lady, who is an epitome of beauty and brains, took to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her academic achievement and thanked everyone who contributed to her success.
She wrote: "It indeed takes a village and I'm grateful to everyone who has been a part of this journey from my colleagues, friends, family, and my husband who literally reviewed my final project."
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