- Nancy, a young Ghanaian lady has celebrated her father Mr Louis Kojo Botchway although he passed on years ago
- Visiting him at the cemetery, Nancy sent a gift to her loving father and wished for just one more moment with him
- Nancy's post has warmed many hearts online with thousands of social media users pouring out their reactions
A beautiful young lady identified on Twitter as Nancy with the handle @_arhmarh spent Father's Day 2021 with her father, Louis Kojo Botchway, although he is dead and buried.
In photos shared via her handle, Nancy was seen in an emotional pose on her father's grave as she presented a wreath to celebrate him on the big day.
Nancy's touching words
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In the caption, Nancy explained how much she loves her father and wishes he could just spend one more moment with her.
"If I had one more chance with you here with me, I would tell you how much you mean to me each and every day! I miss and love you so much!"
How people reacted
Lots of touching and heartwarming reactions were poured out by social media users.
Below were some of them:
"Sad but I’m never gon understand why people choose to pose on a grave and still post somn that’s supposed to be emotional."
@CuasiStenken_ touchingly said:
"Sorry about that dear, can I have your number? Want to be checking up on you always."
@m20987746 encouraged Nancy saying:
"GOD got your back sweetheart. Trust me he is gonna see you through in everything you do."
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I wish you were here, dad
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young lady known as Varaidzo Felistus Kativhu celebrated bagging her doctorate degree from Harvard University.
In a LinkedIn post, she said it has always been her father’s dream to get post-graduate education. On Sunday, June 20, a framed certificate of her degree was mailed to her home. She said she would have loved it if her father were alive.
Vee revealed that her dad always took education seriously. She revealed that people used to call her "doctor" when she was a baby as he hoped she would one day became a medical doctor or have a PhD.