Ghanaian Man Reunites With Family In London For The First Time In 19 Years: Video Evokes Emotion
- A Ghanaian man has won the affection of social media users after he visited his parents for the first time in 19 years
- The mom, on seeing her son in the video, was overcome with joy as she received her son with open arms and loads of love
- Netizens who reacted to the video commended the young man for linking up with his family after all these years
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A young Ghanaian man has sparked a reaction from netizens as he shared a video of an emotional reunion with his parents.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the TikTok, the young man @skyler242021 was spotted in a bus in London as he made the journey to see his parents in London.
His mom, who could not hide her emotions, gave him a warm embrace and even went on her knees in excitement.
The dad was also beaming with smiles as he hugged and posed for photos of his son.
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Ghanaians react to the video of the family who was apart for 19 years
The video, which was captioned “went to see my parent for the first in 19 years”, had gathered a lot of reactions from netizens, with many expressing optimism about travelling soon.
At the time of writing the report, the video had raked in over 1000 likes.
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Everything is time n patient
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Man Reunites with His Half-Sister
Earlier YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man, Segbefia Raphael, has reunited with his loving half-sister after years of separating from each other due to life circumstances.
In a Facebook post shared on behalf of Raphael by Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea, Raphael appealed for assistance to find his half-sister who she recently got to know about.
Hello. I'm Raphael. I need your help to please find my kid sister (step). The last time I heard from her, she was at Lapaz [in Accra] Her name is Barbara Antwi. My dad never mentioned her until she came to stay with us to attend SHS at Desk Educational Institute (2006-2009) in Tema, the post read.
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