- A Nigerian man recently surprised his mother with a new restaurant
- Identified as Omokehinfde, he took to Twitter to share photos of his mother posing outside the new place
- The post which has since gone viral earned him praise from many internet users
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For many people, one of the many fulfilling things in life is being able to bring happiness into the life of their loved ones.
Twitter user Omokehinde did exactly that as he recently put a huge smile on his mother's face after giving her a big surprise.
Taking to the micro-blogging platform, he revealed he got her a new restaurant and this left her overjoyed - judging by the photos shared in which she was seen wearing a big smile as she posed outside her new restaurant.
Sharing the photos, he wrote: "Finally opened a new Restaurant for my mum today. She's so excited about it. She decided to pose with our branded T-shirts and Bigi drinks."
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According to him, the restaurant has a Football Viewing Centre, car wash and they sell jollof and fried rice, amala, eba and pounded yam
Meanwhile, popular Nigerian disc jockey, Ayorinde Kehinde Okiki, popularly known as DJ Kaywise, recently put a big smile on his mother's face as she turned a year older.
Two days after celebrating her birthday, DJ Kaywise surprised his mother with a brand new car, a Toyota Highlander 2010 v6 4WD Drive (Automatic).
He took to his Instagram page to show how she was surprised with the new ride and her reaction afterwards.
In the photo, the woman can be seen hugging her son and then the car, pure joy written all over her face.
It is the prayer of every parent to eat the fruits of their labours and for an unnamed Nigerian woman, her prayers have come to pass.
The elderly woman celebrated her birthday recently and her children surprised her with a new house to mark her new age.
One of her children called Modupeola Sanni Jetposh shared the lovely news on her Facebook page. Jetposh also shared beautiful photos of the house online.
Meanwhile, a meat pie hawker whose items were part of the 100 properties burnt down completely during the Shiashie fire incident in the Greater Accra Region has narrated her bitter experience.
According to the lady who did not identify herself by name, the event turned out to be a double tragedy for her, as she lost her dad recently and had just completed his funeral rites.
She revealed all her predicaments in an interview with YEN.com.gh at the site where her goods used to be kept.
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