Video Shows Lovely Moment Nigerian Mother Signs on Her Daughter’s Shirt As She Graduates From University

Video Shows Lovely Moment Nigerian Mother Signs on Her Daughter’s Shirt As She Graduates From University

  • A Nigerian mother had a beautiful moment with her daughter as the child graduated from the university
  • The woman went to her daughter's school on their signing-out day and appended her signatures on her white shirt
  • The lady's brother, Emmy Willimas, disclosed that their mother saw them through school and the sibling is the fifth graduate in their family

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The joy of motherhood is seeing your children succeed while you are alive. A clip has given us a perfect example of that.

In a video that was recently posted online by a LinkedIn user, Emmy Williams, a mother got so excited as her daughter graduated from the university that she signed on her shirt.

Woman decorates shirt with many signatures.
The mother looked so joyful in the video. Photo source: LinkedIn/Emmy Williams
Source: UGC

Mother filled shirt with her signature

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In the very short clip, the daughter positioned herself so that her mother can find a proper spot to put her signature.

The mother did not only sign on a spot, she did on several places on the shirt, showing hers has got to be different from others.

She is the fifth graduate

Emmy, the lady’s brother, revealed that his sister is the fifth graduate in their house. He, therefore, praised his mother for sponsoring them through the university.

In reaction to the video, a user, Annepogu Nelson Richard, reacted:

“I am sure all of you are like friends that make a great family Emmy Williams.”

Williams responded:

"You are right once again my dear brother."

Watch the emotional moment here.

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My brother dropped out for me

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a female corps member, Esther Chidinma Oyekwe, with a high sense of humility paid huge respect to her brother.

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Marching in a marketplace, the lady performed a parade to his shop as she addressed the camera, narrating how the man dropped out of school for them after their father died.

Esther said that he made that sacrifice so that she and her siblings could have a good education. The grateful lady, therefore, stated that she would like to give him six salutes to pay her respect.

Source: Legit

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