Mercy Johnson and Kids Dazzle in Beautiful African Traditional Outfits for School’s Cultural Day, Fans Gush
- Top Nigerian actress, Mercy Johnson, recently took to social media to showcase her kids displaying Africa’s beautiful culture
- The movie star shared a video of three of her kids dressed up in different outfits representing different African cultures
- This was done for the children’s school’s cultural day event and numerous fans gushed over how good they looked
Popular Nigerian actress Mercy Johnson and her kids have continued to dazzle fans with their display on social media, but this time it was done in a traditional way.
The movie star took to her official Instagram page to share a lovely video of herself with her kids rocking different traditional attires for their school’s cultural day event.
Despite being from Kogi state, Mercy dressed up her kids in different outfits showcasing other cultures apart from hers.
The actress’ eldest daughter, Purity, showcased the beauty of South Africa with her colourful outfit inspired by the country.
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Her son, Henry, represented the Tiv people of Benue state with his outfit while her other daughter, Angel, wore an Iro and Buba like a Yoruba princess.
See the adorable video below:
Fans gush over Mercy Johnson and her kids
The video of the actress’ kids in their beautiful traditional outfits left numerous fans gushing over them. Read some of their comments below:
“Soon beautiful ❤️.”
“So cute. That Tiv king is perfect, that’s how we dress.”
“It the Tor Tiv outfit for me.”
“Yoruba Queen for me.. baby girl is all about her ice cream.”
“Awwww ....❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️can I like this a million times.”
Actor Jnr Pope filled with pride as son speaks Igbo fluently on school's cultural day
Meanwhile, a popular Nigerian actor, Junior Pope’s son, recently made him proud and he shared the moment with his numerous fans on social media.
Taking to his official Instagram page, the movie star shared a clip of one of his sons participating in an activity at his school’s cultural day event.
The little boy was decked in an Isi-Agu attire, complete with a red cap and beads around his neck. He also sat on a throne-like chair while praying in Igbo language.
The little boy then proceeded to give the popular ‘Igbo kwenu’ chant while people in the audience responded to him. The actor’s son then ‘broke the kola’ as the crowd cheered him on.