COVID-19: Nigerian kids get emotional upon receiving parents from UK

COVID-19: Nigerian kids get emotional upon receiving parents from UK

- A Nigerian couple, who were stuck in the United Kingdom due to the COVID-19 pandemic, recently returned home and their kids were emotional

- Videos of the family reunion were shared on Facebook by the husband's elder sister

- In the video, the kids were excited that their parents returned in sound health and they could not hold back tears

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It was an emotional moment on Tuesday, July 21, for a Nigerian couple who reunited with their kids upon arrival from the United Kingdom as the children could not hold back tears to receive their parents.

The husband's elder sister identified as Lara Wise took to Facebook to share the story, saying the couple were stuck in the UK due to the deadly COVID-19.

She shared videos of the emotional reunion on Facebook and said the couple had self-isolated and run their COVID-19 test which came out negative.

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COVID-19: Nigerian kids get emotional upon receiving parents from UK
Family reunion. Photo credit: Lara Wise/Facebook
Source: UGC

In the videos, the kids, who were not aware that their parents would arrive that day, were excited to receive them and got emotional.

See videos of the surprise visit:

In other news, a Nigerian man identified as Bayo Adeyinka has taken to Twitter to narrate how his driver taught him some lessons about finance and savings.

Adeyinka said Biliaminu Lawal, who was one of the pool drivers in the bank he worked for in 2005, was driving him around Ibadan sometime ago and pointed to the house he built.

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According to Adeyinka, he was surprised that Lawal who was a widower with three grownup children and whose salary was less than N40,000 had built a house.

He tweeted: "I looked closely at Lawal. His salary at that time was not up to N40,000 monthly. How could he have built a house on that salary? How did he raise 3 children on that salary? I entered into a mournful mood. I started considering my financial status.

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"I earned multiples of what Lawal earned but I didn't even own a plot of land at that time. That was one of the longest rides of my life. I realized that though I didn't consider Lawal literate, he was by far more financially literate than I was."

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