- A young Nigerian man has shared photos of the letter his mother once wrote to his dad in 1993 to apologise for what she did
- In her lovely letter, she showed she really cares for him by asking about his welfare, family, and education
- Many people who reacted to the throwback letter said it reminds them of an era when true love really exists
A young man, Davids, has shared a letter his mother wrote more than two decades ago to apologise to her husband.
In an informal letter style, the woman used the first paragraph to ask about the man's welfare and his family. She even asked him to greet a brother called Wasiu.
I have eyes for only you
The woman wanted to know how his education has been faring. Afterwards, she went ahead to beg him for a mistake she made.
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Davids' mother assured his father that he is the only one she is dating, telling him she does not have eyes for any Lagos boys.
Send me your photo
The woman asked him to put his photo in his reply letter whenever he is sending it. She ended the letter with:
"...We are going to peace, not in pieces..."
Read the full letter below (swipe for more):
Legit.ng compiled some ofo the reactions below:
"Doxology!!!! If you know you know."
"Where Una Dey see love."
"When love truly existed not now."
"Only legends will understand that this is TRUE LOVE."
"Now na for status we dey collect apology. Ndi 'who love you no go stress you'."
My mother's 1984/1985 result
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young man with the social media handle @fawwaz_ibrah generated massive reactions after he posted the 1984/1985 secondary school result of his mum.
As a way to praise his mother's excellent report sheet, the man said no wonder his mum is always so strict with him.
Looking at the screenshots of the result, the woman scored 87 in English language, 58 in mathematics, 91 in chemistry, 82 in biology, 85 in government among other scores.