- A Nigerian man on social media has disclosed that his father who lost his job sold his land to pay his school fees
- The man with the Twitter handle @sarnysane shared screenshot of the conversation he had with his father over the land
- In the conversation, the father said he sold the land because of the love he has for his son, adding that he knows the young man would build a big house for him in the future
A Nigerian father has shown the world that parents will go the extra mile to ensure that their children succeed in life.
A man with the Twitter handle @sarnysane took to the social media platform to disclose that his father who lost his job sold his land to pay his school fees.
"My dad lost his job and he said i should find a buyer to buy his land so he can pay for my school fees but this hit me so hard."
In the conversation @sarnysane had with his father, the latter said he sold his land because of the love he has for his son and because he wants him to graduate from the higher institution.
According to the father, he knows his son will build a big house for him in the future.
Nigerians were touched by the fatherly love and flooded the comment section of the post.
A tweep with the handle @REELDAVIES wrote:
"Later some idiot will say all the hustle is for MAMA I swear men be doing the most they just lack emotional care. I pray God help your father get a better job man. Sorry bout your loss."
@chokolataaah opined that the father shouldn't have sold his land to pay for his son's school fees, adding that the latter should have deferred for a year and work hard to raise money for his education.
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"This isn’t necessary at all . For education u might not even use. Defer for one year, hustle and look for money and go back to school. So sell landed property isn’t advisable. What if a big project like travelling out comes up?"
"My dad didn’t do this for me, i was forced to go to FCE, proceeded to the University after graduation .......it’s all story now."
In a previous report by Legit.ng a Twitter influencer took to the social media platform to disclose that a Nigerian lady who surprised her dad with cakes and gifts on his 60th birthday had been promised N1 million.
The influencer with a parody account @OIuJacobs said the Good Samaritan urged people to tag the lady.
The young lady with the Instagram handle @simply_preshh earlier posted a video of the surprise on her page and warmed hearts on the social media platform.
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