Hardworking Mum Fails to Recognise Daughter at First After 18 Months Abroad In An Emotional Video

Hardworking Mum Fails to Recognise Daughter at First After 18 Months Abroad In An Emotional Video

  • A TikToker identified as Muchai (@sashay_nana) surprised her mum at the market where she was selling vegetables as she had been away for one and a half years
  • The content creator jetted into the country and secretly went to her mum's place of work and just waited at the stall
  • When the busy lady who had left the stall for a short time arrived, she went about her business, but when she finally saw her daughter, tears flooded her eyes

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A vegetable seller was going about her business in the market and didn't know that her day would change dramatically within a few minutes.

Muchai with her mum after surprising her at the market. Photo: Muchai (sashay_nana).
Source: TikTok

Muchai back after 1 year, 6 months

The petite lady was walking down an alley inside a market, very busy talking to her colleagues, and even passed her daughter and stood in front of her.

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At some point, she casually glanced behind her, and when she turned her face, she felt like turning again, and that is when the daughter's and mother's eyes met.

Muchai (@sashay_nana) had been away for one and a half years and had carefully planned the surprise of a lifetime for her mum.

The two fell into each other's arms and started crying.

"This is my daughter? How can someone fail to recognise her own daughter? " asked the happy mum.

Touched netizens speak:

Sarah Benard379:

"Your mum is so pretty!! hii ni soko ya Wangige?"

Roy Kanyi:

"I love how the brain works (she was like wait a minute…) Ive once greeted my mom not knowing it was her… she was in Eldoret to watch me perform."


"She must be a very kind person the way she said hi to you before realising."

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Akolo Faith:

"Iam glad am watching this at 6am in the morning...I hope my day goes on as beautiful as this vedioeeeemaaa..eeeama."

Naomi loyals:

"This is so touching I wish mama's blood was still pumping....atleast there would be something to go home for ....am in tears ...you are blessed."

Military daughter surprises mum

In another story, a woman sitting at the airport waiting and expecting to welcome her daughter's cousin was shocked when her daughter came to visit her.

Her daughter had been on a 10-month military service and cleverly considered surprising her dear mum.

The moment the mother-daughter duo embraced each other and shed tears of joy in an Instagram footage evoked emotions online.

Lady stranded abroad after friend disappoints to host her in Canada

In other news, YEN.com.gh reported how her friend abandoned a Ghanaian lady who travelled to Canada for studies at the airport.

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According to the stranded student, her friend promised to accommodate her but did not show up. Her alleged history has also refused to pick up her calls.

She called on social media to help her find a place before her money ran out.

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