- A Nigerian man has taken to social media to celebrate his grandfather at 113 years
- Twitter users flooded the comment section of the young man to wish his grandfather well
- Others commented on his good health and hairline that is still intact despite his age
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @Iam_ChisomLucky has taken to the social media platform to celebrate his grandpa who recently turned 113 years.
The young man shared adorable photos from the centenarian's birthday, and tweeps flooded his comment section to celebrate the old man and wish him well.
He simply captioned the pictures:
"My grandpa turned 113 years today."
Social media users were in the comment section with congratulatory messages.
A tweep with the handle @chencollins1 commented:
"Wow! This is great. Happy Birthday to him."
"Looking at your grandfather alone, I can see that he is a traditional man. Happy bday to him. Omo!! You grandfather witnessed the Amalgamation of NigeriaFrowning face with open mouthFrowning face with open mouth am very sure he has some stories about the civil war. You are very lucky!! Learn from him and tap as much blessings."
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In a previous report by Legit.ng, Simangele UmaMkhize Mthethwa took to social media to wish her grandfather a very happy 121st birthday.
"Happy 121st birthday Mkhulu, we love you, Nodlelo."
She went on to post proof of his birth date after a few Mzansi social media users expressed disbelief at his age.
Another Facebook user, Justin Eden, said that the man may well be the oldest man in the world.
"If he really is 121 years old, see the below and contact the authorities to make him famous - As of 10 May 2020, the oldest known living person is Kane Tanaka of Japan, aged 117 years, 129 days. The oldest known living man is Robert Weighton, of the United Kingdom, aged 112 years, 42 days."
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