- A woman was overwhelmed with emotions as her beloved son returned home after 13 years in Canada
- In an emotional video capturing the reunion of mother and son, the young man showed up at the premises of his mum carrying a bag with an Oyinbo lady behind him
- His mother burst into tears as she hugged him before also giving the beautiful Oyinbo lady a warm embrace
In an emerging video that melted hearts on social media, a man reunited with his mum 13 years after he left home for Canada.
While the reason for his migration wasn't stated, it was obvious the woman was overjoyed to set eyes on her son again.
His mum couldn't keep her emotions in check
As the young man approached the home's entrance steps, his mum rushed him with a warm embrace as she shed tears of joy.
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Apart from the bag he came back with, her son also returned home with a beautiful Oyinbo lady who watched respectfully as mother and son reunited.
After hugging her son, the mum gave the white woman a welcoming embrace.
Photo slides that followed the short clip showed the man, white woman, his mum and two other ladies having a nice time as they all bonded.
Watch the video below:
Social media reacts
"After 13 yrs still get mind return to the same old house? Na conductor eh dey do for Canada?"
"I hear the old woman say I no know say you da carry Oyibo come."
"The oyinbo no fit kneel down to great her mother in law? "
"And some of this idiots you stay with them everyday but they dont understand what you have lost by staying with them."
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Man returns from US after 17 years to find out that his caretaker had 'married' his dad
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young man had returned after 17 years in US to discover that his caretaker had 'married' his dad and owns their house.
Mansaray moved to the US in 2001 to study and pursue his music career and recalled putting a lot of passion into his work in finance and sales.
The man revealed that he experienced turbulent times combining work, studying for his economics degree, and music career.
At the time, he faced another challenge when the United States Department of Homeland Security picked him up whilst he was in the process of naturalising to achieve full citizen status in the US.
''I spent a year in prison in the US ... But God being so good that year, I was able to reconnect with Islam,'' he said.