Proud Man Shows off His Mum who Works as a Security Woman at University of Ibadan, Cute video Melts Hearts
- A young man melted hearts on the net as he showcased how he exchanges pleasantries with his mum at her workplace
- He visited her at her duty post at the University of Ibadan main gate, where she works as a security woman
- On seeing her, he called out to her by a unique name and gave his beautiful mum what he tagged a thuggish handshake
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Netizens have reacted to a lovely video of a Nigerian man and his mother at her workplace.
The young man visited his mother, who works as a security woman at the University of Ibadan main gate and showcased how he greets her each time he calls there.
He recorded the moment and shared it on TikTok. In the clip, he called her Iya Fatoki (mummy Fatoki translated from Yoruba) as he drew closer to her duty post.
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His smartly dressed, energetic mum looked behind her with a smile and muttered something funny on seeing that the caller is her son.
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The young man who was excited to see his mother said he couldn't stop laughing like a fool.
He then greeted his mum with what he referred to as a thuggish handshake.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
Pelly P Toh Unique said:
"Omo so she's your mum ...I know her."
"Na this kind vibe I dey always like.
"See the closeness and love."
Olamilekan Abolaj891 said:
"Enjoy every moment with her no one knows tomorrow god bless."
Merit Sandra said:
"Don’t worry if I see her tomorrow I will call her iya fatoki one love from ur TikTok fan God bless her."
"So she's ur mom . Such a loving woman actually. God bless her."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a kind-hearted Ghanaian man has taken to social media to narrate the sad story of three brothers who moved to Accra.
In his post, Noble Wisdom, Dordoe revealed that the single mother of the boys had to be amputated due to an ailment The boys had no option but to step in to care for themselves and their mother.
Wisdom, who found out the boys were homeless, immediately rented a place for them, and he is calling on individuals to help out in any way.
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