- A beautiful engineer, who was identified as @kiraaa__9, shared great news with her followers on Twitter
- She revealed that her great-grandmother celebrated her 101st birthday on Tuesday, July 21
- @kiraaa__9 posted a throwback video to her great-granny's birthday party last year and her post went viral
A beautiful young woman, who was simply identified as @kiraaa__9, shared some good news with tweeps amid a global pandemic.
The architectural engineer shared a throwback video of her great-grandmother's 100th birthday in 2019 and revealed her gogo made it another year.
"She made it to 101 y’all," the beauty captioned the post.
@kiraaa__9 accompanied the post with a throwback video to an epic birthday party they held for her great-granny last year.
Tweeps across the world were happy to hear about the centenarian's birthday.
Soon, other social media users started sharing photos of their own grannies - many of whom are well over the age of 90.
In other news, there are only a handful of people in the world who are older than 100 years and a couple of them are in Mzansi.
On Monday, a woman, Rhuu Tshikovha, took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to gush about her grandmother.
Tshikovha posted snaps of her grandmother - who looked stunning with long hair and dressed in a blue dress that made her look younger.
However, despite her youthful appearance, Tshikovha revealed her granny is 102 years old.
She captioned the post: "My granny Sarah is 102 years old and still going strong. We thank God for the gift of life."
South Africans were wowed by the gorgeous centenarian and they wished gogo Sarah a happy birthday.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that an Igbo big boy identified as Harmony Billy Asia has shared beautiful photos of his family in celebration of his birthday.
Harmony, who is married to a Chinese lady with whom he has a son, said he has peace of mind even when he is not the richest man in the world.
The Nigerian man shared a picture of his Chinese wife and son and thanked God for blessing him with priceless gifts.
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