- Popular filmmaker Seun Egbegbe left many feeling emotional on social media after sharing a video showing his recent visit to his mum
- The video captured the moment Egbegbe reunited with his mother after being away in prison for six long years
- The mother expressed her appreciation to God as she embraced her son and several social media users had different things to say
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Life is gradually returning to normal for Nollywood filmmaker Seun Egbegbe who recently regained freedom from prison after being locked up for six years.
Weeks after his release, Egbegbe finally paid a visit to his mother and shared a video showing the emotional reunion on his Instagram page.
The video captured Egbegbe’s arrival at his mother’s shop and how she swiftly locked him in a tight embrace.
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The mother and son couldn’t hide their emotions, with the woman equally expressing her gratitude to almighty God.
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“Seeing my mum yesterday after 6 years mean alot to me.......what an emotional cm exciting moment…” Egbegbe wrote on Instagram.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
"Thank God for life, "oku aja bo", the lord is your strength in Jesus name. Be calm and stay safe bro."
"God's wisdom and Grace will possess you in all your endeavours IJMN AMEN ."
"Hmmmm thank God for your life."
"Don't forget what took you to correctional center, go and sìn no more."
"If na me be toyin I wire this guy 5 million or 2 million if she have the capacity, e get why."
"E no easy I swear."
Seun Egbegbe spotted during Sunday church service
The Nollywood practitioner appears to be picking up the pieces of his life once again following his release from prison.
Legit.ng previously gathered the report of a video making the rounds on social media which captured the moment Egbegbe showed up at the church for a Sunday service session
Social media users had different things to say, with some encouraging him to embrace a better way of life now that he is free again.