- A diligent mother celebrated her hard work by displaying her business on camera in a TikTok video
- Nana Tea, a Ghanaian social media star, shared the woman's video in honour of Mother's Day, a day recently observed by millions on Sunday, May 14
- Members of the online community who viewed the clip celebrated the woman who was backing her baby
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A hardworking mom celebrated her hustle by showing off her business on camera when Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea chanced on her.
The woman was spotted with her baby strapped to her back while serving a client in the footage.
Nana Tea celebrates mom coconut seller
Nana Tea, real name James Annor Tetteh, who doubles as a philanthropist, posted the woman's video on TikTok in honour of Mother's Day, recently commemorated by millions worldwide on Sunday, May 14.
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The famous philanthropist captioned the adorable video on his vibrant account with:
''One of the most hardworking women I came across ❤️❤️ She was selling coconut with her baby strapped on her back ❤️Happy Mother’s Day,'' Nana Tea posted on TikTok.
Nana Tea's online audience, who shared their thoughts about the woman, hailed her hard work.
Watch the video below:
Netizens impressed with mom coconut seller
Halisad.The. Amputee commented:
God bless you.
Ms. Dicta posted:
One of a kind @ Nana Tea .
Manuella morninga said:
Accord Queen commented:
Immediately I saw the video, I knew you would do it again.
God bless you.
Nana Tea gives disabled hawker special treat on International Women's Day
Relatedly, YEN.com.gh earlier published that famous Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea, known in real life as James Annor Tetteh, brightened the day of a female hawker with a physical disability.
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The kind-hearted social media influencer gave the physically challenged woman a treat on International Women's Day on March 8.
In an adorable video, the two were seen on the street, where she selected her first desired choice of gift.
Nana Tea gives street hawker a treat on Independence Day
Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea gave a newspaper hawker the treat of his life on Ghana's Independence Day.
The social media influencer recalled how he spent Independence Day on Monday, March 6, via his verified Facebook account.
Nana Tea disclosed that he picked up one Ayamga George Aetiba, a man who sells mostly newspapers on the street of Accra and paid for his daily sales so he could rest and enjoy the holiday.
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