Young Nigerian Man Shows His Parents' Funny Visitation, Netizens React to Video

Young Nigerian Man Shows His Parents' Funny Visitation, Netizens React to Video

  • A Nigerian man posted a humorous video, which captured his parents' visit on TikTok, and it went viral on the platform
  • In the clip, the man, seated in a car with his parents, joked that their visit felt like he was still in secondary school
  • The video also shows a man, believed to be his father, driving and eating in the car, his face radiating relaxation and happiness

A Nigerian man's amusing TikTok video, featuring his parents' visit, has taken the internet by storm.

The clip shows him in the car with his parents, recording their surprise visit as if he were still in secondary school.

Nigerian man showed her family's visitation
Nigerian man shares parents' surprise visitation. Photo credit: @dami_oke
Source: TikTok

The video also captures a man, presumed to be his father, enjoying a meal while driving, his expression cheerful and content, as shown by @dami_oke.

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Netizens react as man's parents visit him

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

Ayomitide said:

“I will do this when I have kids even if they’re adult because some of us wants this but we don’t get them.”

Ifetola wrote:

“Lol my mom has a key to my room, imagine coming back from class and meeting your mom but the soups and all the food that comes with that visitation hits then.”

Ace commented:

“Na so my dad call me one afternoon that he sent something and the person is outside my lodge that I should go out collect it, I opened gate to see my dad in his car, we just burst laugh first.”

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Maamaa:

“The eating together in the car.”

The Abegundes:

“Mine died 25 years ago. Sponsored myself throughout school. University days no body even asked of me. But here I am today. I’m grateful.”

Jhizzy:

“My dad visited just once he died few weeks after the visit.”

Ub Zero:

“My mum was supposed to do this buh she died, now my dad planning on coming to see me, me wey dey plan go babe side and I know him, it’d be a surprise visit.”

Abujarentmates:

“I miss my mama, she will visit me ins school and we'll eat at the park or take me out to treat me some sumptuous meals if she didn't bring hers oh d3ath where is thy sting?”

Aiden and Mum:

“This was my father. Always visiting me in uni without announcing. May his soul continue to Rest In Peace.”

HairBoss Sapele:

“You are so lucky I never experienced any of this.”

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LA Ectasy:

“Mine don’t know where my school is they still remain great parents.”

This is not the first time a family reunion would go viral. Legit.ng previously reported a man returned home to reunite with his family after staying away for eight years.

Nigerian man invited to family meeting

Meanwhile, Legit.ng also earlier reported that a Nigerian man found himself at the center of a social media storm after receiving an unexpected invitation to a family gathering.

During this gathering, elders issued a rather unusual ultimatum: he must either impregnate or marry a woman within a tight three-month deadline.

The man’s video, captioned by @tennie_xoxo reads: “Dem invite me to family meeting,” captured the tense exchange among family members.

Proofreading by James Ojo Adakole, journalist and copy editor at Legit.ng.

Source: Legit.ng

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Basit Jamiu (Editor) Basit Jamiu is an award-winning journalist and a human interest editor with more than 5 years of experience in the media (Ikeja Bird, Prime Progress, The Movee). He started his journalism career after graduating from Ekiti State University in 2018. He is a 2023 MTN Media Fellow, OCRP Fellow at ICIR, and Accountability Fellow at CJID. He also has professional certificates in Information Management, Technical Writing, Digital Marketing from Google. He can be reached via basit.jamiu@corp.legit.ng.