– A lady has taken to social media to share the rare treats her friends gave her on her silver jubilee celebration
– The Nigerian lady identified as @Thefunmicoker on Twitter had celebrated her 25th birthday on Friday, January 22
– To mark her new age attainment, her friends gave her 25 cakes which equals her current age celebration
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Birthdays are special dates in the lives of individuals and for a Nigeria lady it got even more special. The beautiful lady who recently celebrated her 25th birthday was treated to a wonderful show of love.
Taking to Twitter, the lady identified with the handle @Thefunmicoker shared pictures of the 25 cakes her friends got her to mark her new age celebration.
The cakes came in different designs, colours and flavours as seen in the image she posted. She made a circle with the cakes on the floor just as he sits at the center holding up one of the cakes.
She said it is a yearly ritual her friends keep as they give her cakes that equals the number of the age she is celebrating.
Beautiful lady celebrates as her friends gift her 25 cakes to mark her 25th birthday
Photo Credit: @Thefunmicoker
The silver jubilee celebrant showered praises on her friends for making her birthday an unforgettable one as she admitted the gifts moved her to tears.
“I got 25 cakes!
“I teared up!
“Still can’t get over it!
“I adore my friends! You guys got me again! You do this every year!”
As of time of making this report, her birthday post had got well over 4,000 reactions and more than 500 retweets.
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Meanwhile, Bioreports had earlier reported how a Nigeria lady,Ifedioku, got many talking on social media as she marked her 20th birthday with several cakes.
Carrying the biggest of it all in her hand, she surrounded herself with cakes of different sizes. Most of the people who reacted to her tweet were marvelled by it all.
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