Beautiful photos of mother and son often mistaken for couple go viral

Beautiful photos of mother and son often mistaken for couple go viral

- Healthy living truly pays and the body shapes of Ada Ujaligwa and her son show it

- Uploading photos of her and her son, the mother said people often think they are lovers

- Many who commented on her Facebook post told her how beautiful they both are

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Photos of a Nigerian woman, Ada Ujaligwa, and her son have really gone viral as people could easily mistake them for a couple.

In a Facebook post on Thursday, September 3, the woman said that her athletic shape could be tied to her healthy lifestyle, adding that she exercises regularly.

Ada said that all her children and husband are "team health and fitness". She said going by how she looks beside her son, people always express disbelief in the fact that she is his mother.

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“And now people are doubting that I am the mother of a baby boy I carried in my belly for 9 months and give birth to after more than 18 hours of gruelling labour at 24yrs of age .....,” she said.

The proud mother said her son always reacted in a very funny way whenever people express such opinion.

“He is wondering ‘What the’ “How can they think that’.... He finds it incredulous that people would question if his mother who gave birth to him is truly his mother

“And I am here saying ‘Jesus Igweeeeeeeeee and asking him to calm down Nna, onwero much.... Onwegodi much, odiro too much,” she said.

A collagge of the beautiful mother and her son. Photo source: Facebook/Ada Ujaligwa

A collage of the beautiful mother and her son. Photo source: Facebook/Ada Ujaligwa
Source: UGC

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Below are some of the reactions the post got:

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh also reported, Tiffany, a woman who originally comes from L.A, California in the United States, has made a decision to live in Ghana; a decision she considers very life-changing.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Tiffany Soulbird, her first trip that would make a great impact on her life happened in 2010.

"In 2010, I made a trip to Ghana, West Africa. It was 6 months that changed my life. For me, it was an important part of piecing together my identity," she said.

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