Emotional Moment Nigerian Mom Bursts Into Tears After Her Son Gave Her This Pleasant Surprise

It is the prayer of every mother to reap the fruit of her labour on her children and a certain mother is presently reaping hers bountifully. A Twitter user identified as @IamEtubo, who became successful after years of suffering, took to social media to narrate how he made his mother shed tears of joy.

The proud son shared with his followers how his mother couldn’t stop crying and praying for him all through the night. She thought she was dreaming when her son flew her to visit the United States.

His tweets reads;

Guys!! Yesterday was the happiest day of my life! I brought my mom to UNITED states!! She cried all night and wouldn’t stop praying. She couldn’t sleep as she thought it was a dream!!!

See ehn! My mom suffered, I told her it’s just the beginning. Update!!!! Mum playing candy crush on her iPhone.”

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We had earlier reported the story of a Nigerian photographer Ejiro Onobrakpor who took to Instagram to celebrate his mother, who sold rice at a bus-stop in Ajegunle to conductors and drivers but now now lives in America.

According to him, his mum gave up everything, including the clothes on her back to give him and his siblings an education. He further revealed she sold rice to conductors and drivers at a bus stop in Ajegunle, a slum in Lagos.

Here is his post below..

”I reckon, there’s nothing more joyful than the feeling of a child that grew up in the slums to see his mom that gave up everything, including the clothes on her back to give him and his siblings an education live to taste and enjoy the labour of her love.

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The woman that sold rice at a bus-stop in Ajegunle to conductors and drivers now lives in America. ? The woman that sold rice at a bus-stop in Ajegunle to conductors and drivers now lives in America. ? Malle (Warri for “mother”)words can never express how much we love you.”

Mother is Gold!

Photo credit: Twitter

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