- A group of women in a video has demonstrated that happiness is free for whoever needs it irrespective of their age
- In an interesting video, the women entertained people as they acted like kids by playing slides over a stairway
- Among those who reacted to the video were people who wondered if the women never had much fun while growing up
A video showing a group of mothers behaving like kids as they had much fun on the staircase has gone viral.
In the short clip posted by @instablog9ja, the women dressed in full attires could be seen sliding over the staircase as they took turns to enjoy the thrill.
Did someone ask them to?
While going at it after each other, the women screamed in delight. Many people who reacted to the video wondered whose instructions they were acting on.
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People who believed someone may have instructed them to do such formed their idea from the fact that a group of adults could not just be acting out of character in a coordinated manner.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 4,000 comments with more than 44,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
"Many of our mothers didn’t know what happiness meant. They didn’t have a good life. Lived under the shadows of others."
"Are you sure that’s not what their pastor asked them to do."
"I hv seen someone's mom but I will not talk."
"Wooh..if u not gonna match up my vibe like this as my friend..biko avoid me."
"Shweeet. There’s a “child” in every adult."
"These ones were not opportune to play as a child."
Two women cause chaos
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ajagurajah, known in real life as Bishop Kwabena Boakye Asiamah, has recounted how officials of a UAE airport mistook him for a mad man over his appearance.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Ajagurajah was seen checking out from an airport after he arrived in Dubai.
The founder and leader of the Universal Spiritual Church opened up on this misunderstanding as he pushed his luggage out of the airport.
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