- A Father's Day gift ended in tears - the good kind - as a colour-blind dad could see properly for the first time
- A social media user's gift to her dad was a pair of corrective glasses which enabled him to see colour for the first time
- The man was so taken aback with what he saw he broke down in tears, the ability to experience colour for the first time was too much for him
A father received an amazing Father's Day gift, the ability to see colour. He was born colour-blind and had lived his whole life without being able to see colours properly.
He had not bought himself a pair of corrective glasses due to the high cost. His daughter, @supatmiaa, decided to gift him a pair for Father's Day.
"My dad's colour-blind and literally since I can remember he’s talked about wanting the glasses that help the colour-blind, but they’ve always been super expensive. So this Fathers' Day I decided to give him the gift of colour. I love you so much dad. Happy Fathers' Day ❤️"
Legit.ng learned that his reaction was amazing, he was so taken aback with the colours he was seeing that he broke down in tears.
It was not surprising the touching video went viral with hundreds of thousands of likes and comments.
He was so amazed by the colours he could see he struggled to explain it.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nollywood actress Tonto Dikeh wished herself a happy Father’s Day. She said she parented her son Andre all by herself and did it well.
She added that action is the best thing in life as it proves who someone really is, adding that on the other hand, words also show who they will want to be.
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Tonto told her son that being his dad “has been a great honour”. She appreciated Andre for making her “Mr Mom”.
In other news, popular Yoruba actress, Ronke Odusanya, celebrated the day with an amazing message as she revealed a sweet part of her daughter’s character.
She said that whenever her daughter does not want to stay with anyone but her dad, nobody can carry her.
Ronke said on those days, she always looks on, saying that her daughter will soon come and meet her when daddy's daughter's time is over.
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