- A Nigerian man showed his mother love when he took her business to Twitter as a way of increasing her patronage
- Many people said his mother looked beautiful as others asked for different items, wanting to know if the woman has them
- In a subsequent post, the young man gave out his mother's shop full address so that people around the area can check it out
A young Nigerian man, Hassan, has used his social media influence to promote his mum's business and the reception has been great.
In a tweet on Wednesday, June 2, the young man shared a video of his mother's shop as he said she deals in provisions like biscuits and chocolates at the wholesale level.
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Come and buy biscuits
Hassan revealed that the woman's business is in the Agege area of Lagos state as he asked his followers to patronise his family's venture.
In the short clip, the man briefly filmed his mum before panning the camera to showcase the wares they have on display.
Watch the video below:
As at the time of writing this report, the video has over 4,000 likes with more than 23,000 views on Twitter.
Your mother is beautiful
Below are some of the reactions:
"Your mum is a beauty! But wait o, it's the stacking of the biscuit cartons for me...making sense, that way the weight is distributed and the biscuits don't get crushed in the carton. Physics at work. Kai. I be nerd las las. Lol."
"God bless her. Btw she get noreos biscuit and hollandia yoghurt?"
"Does your mom need a daughter-in-law, she has my friend @OG_lagosss ‘s mumu buttons in her shop, so your mum won’t be paying any bride price."
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"Your mama fine oooo. Do your mummy need sales boy that looks like girl."
"More sales to mama Hassan by God’s grace."
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This is where I make my N2k
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young hardworking Nigerian lady took to the bird app to showcase how she makes her daily living.
The lady revealed that she sells trousers and leggings for women by the roadside at a popular place in Lagos state called Ikeja Along.
When one of her followers stopped by her business venue, the seller came on Twitter to mention the person's handle as she appreciated the support.