- A Nigerian man has expressed his joy on social media after his sister safely landed in Canada
- According to him, he had been away from his family for about 12 years since he relocated to Canada
- A heartwarming video captured the duo dancing excitedly at the airport as they reunited with each other
A trending video of a Nigerian lady reuniting with her brother in Canada has melted hearts on social media.
In the video shared via TikTok, the excited brother noted that he last saw his sister 12 years ago.
After securing her visa, the happy lady packed her bags and began her trip to Canada to see her brother.
Siblings reunite in Canada after 12 years
As soon as they saw each other, the duo hugged tightly and danced at the airport in the presence of everyone.
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One could tell from the heartwarming video that they missed each other's company immensely.
Netizens gush over sweet reunion of 2 siblings in Canada
"She and this her beautiful stature I remover her back then in her secondary school uniform my regards to mama I miss her akara that what we grew eatin."
"This is so sweet. Reminds me when I reunited with my sister in Canada after 5 years. I cried from Nigeria to Canada. I couldn’t stop. The feeling is diff."
"Hmmm, someone like you is truly rear! no be everybody way reach yanki dey remember home talk of bringing them over. well done bro."
"Honestly family is everything. This is how l will rejoice whenever l will see my elder brother. God hear me."
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Watch the video below:
Lady reunites with brothers in Italy
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a touching video of a Nigerian lady’s joyful reunion with her cousin brothers in Italy has become a viral sensation on TikTok. The lady had not seen her relatives for a long time and was ecstatic to welcome them to her new home. She sprinted towards them as soon as they emerged from the airport terminal and wrapped them in a warm hug.
The video showed their deep family bond and how thrilled she was to finally meet them face to face. Nigerians are one of the largest African immigrant groups in Italy, with a population of 119,435 as of 2021, according to Statista. Nigerians in Italy are mostly involved in trade, agriculture, and services.
Some of them have also achieved success in sports, music, and engineering. For example, Victor Osimhen and Chukwueze are professional footballers who play for Italian football clubs. According to the Italian Ministry of Interior, Nigerians accounted for 17% of the asylum seekers in Italy in 2020.