– A Nigerian man on Twitter has got people talking after sharing adorable photos of his parents on the social media platform
– The man with the Twitter handle @That_AMG took his parents to see the waterfalls in their hometown of Arochukwu
– Nigerians could not hide their joy over the adorable photos of the couple who were excited to be surrounded by nature
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A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @That_AMG has taken to the social media platform to share adorable photos of his parents after taking them to see the waterfalls in their hometown for the first time in their entire life.
In the adorable photos, the couple could be seen enjoying the beautiful environment and the bliss that comes with being surrounded by nature.
Sharing the photos, @That_AMG wrote:
“So I look (sic) my parents to see the waterfalls in our hometown yesterday. In their 70+ years this was the first time ever for them lol, they were exited like kids…”
Tweeps loved the photos and flooded the comment section of the post with positive reactions.
A family enjoying the bliss that comes with being surrounded by nature.
Photo credit: @That_AMG
A Twitter user with the handle @PaulEbuka15 wrote:
“Looks like Ogbunike cave, I really enjoyed my excursion there back in secondary school, a really beautiful site to behold. Your parents are so happy in these photos and you know blessings must follow you for doing this.”
“Awwww beautiful, well-loved up, happy couple! You can tell they are likely great friends and enjoy each other’s company!
“Your mom has a twinkle in her eye – she looks like a stylish fashionista & gem with lots of interesting life-stories. Happy and health life to them.”
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Sharon Beverly said she fulfilled a promise she made to her mother of building her a house and though it was simple, she was still proud of the results.
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