- A lady has shared a heartwarming video of her mother celebrating her after she signed out of school
- In the lovely clip shared via TikTok, the happy mother signed on her white shirt and sprayed money on her daughter
- Netizens have penned down encouraging words regarding the video with many congratulating the new graduate
A video showing a female graduate being celebrated by her mother has stirred massive reactions on TikTok.
An adorable video captured the excited female graduate sitting on a chair as her mum penned down beautiful words on her shirt.
Following this, they poured water on the celebrant and showered her with wads of naira notes.
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When Legit.ng contacted Lima, she reiterated that her mother was so happy about her graduation.
"My mother was so happy. My father was there as well", she said.
Social media reactions
"Your mama get doings abeg. Abeg I fit be her son-in-law in future if you accept then make we reason am."
"Congratulations baby make we kukuma marry money go rain dat day is must."
"Just passing by I just have to wait and see the joy on your face so I was amazing I decided to drop this comment here more congratulations to you."
"Awww God bless our mothers with long live and good health to live and enjoy the fruit of their labour. Congratulations dear."
"Congratulations dear. your graduation will not be dam. You will excel with your Certificate."
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Man discovers school gave him wrong certificate
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Twitter user with the handle @tarykuh has lamented bitterly after finding out that he graduated with a second-class upper division. He claimed that he was issued a certificate with 2.2, which was a second-class lower division.
He discovered this when he applied and received his academic transcript from the university five years later, which showed the correct computation of his academic result. His transcript was showing he had a 2.1 but his certificate from the university reflected the 2.2 class of degree.
He blamed the university of Illorin (UI) for the mistake in the computation of his correct result and class of degree. He also did a manual computation of his result by himself and found out that the result reflected in the transcript was the correct result. In his words: "I found out today that I graduated with a 2'1 after five years of carrying this 2'2 certificate around. got my transcript today and it carries 2'1, did the math and it mathed. well done, university of Ilorin."
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