- A viral video has shown the exciting moment a Nigerian mother finally got the chance to sit on a power bike for the very first time
- The woman climbed on the bike with so much enthusiasm and joy on her face and sat on it with confidence like a pro rider
- The happiness on her face was so infectious that those around could not help but cheer her up and join in her excitement
It was a heartwarming moment when a Nigerian mum got the rare chance to sit on a power bike for the very first time.
From the happiness and joy on her face, it could be said that she has been craving such a moment for a long time.
She throttles it like a pro
When she climbed on the bike, there was no atom of fear on her face as she displayed incredible confidence making many to wonder if she has been riding for years.
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The happy mother was the one who requested to be allowed to sit on the bike before she was helped onto it.
She throws her hands up in jubilation
The moment she stepped on the bike, she held on strongly and behaved normally without fear.
After that, she threw both hands up in accomplishment and show of victory. The video of the moment has gone viral online after it was shared on Instagram by @gossipmilltv.
Watch the video below
Instagram users hail woman
"When your STAR ⭐️ begin to shine, may your parents never be absent. Amen."
"Awww this beautiful, but sha don’t allow her ride cos teeth go full ground."
"The guy that removed her hand was like mama ahbeg no break your teeth okay."
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"She finally did the Voom voom voom with her hand instead of mouth."
"Look at joy all over her face."
Nigerian man set out on his bike from London, to reach Lagos in 25 days
The man identified as Kunle Adeyanju said he is riding for charity and that he intends to raise money for the fight against polio. According to him, he intends to raise at least, N20m for charitable purposes.
As of Thursday, May 12, Kunle had arrived in Bamako, the capital of Mali where he was massively received by fellow bikers in that country. He has encountered so many challenges including losing one of his tires and having to look for a way to replace it.