- An adorable video of a man welcoming his girlfriend home after NYSC camp has caught the attention of social media users
- In the clip, the man was seen the moment he stormed the airport and gave his woman a passionate hug
- They were later seen in a heavily decorated room with blue lights and things that put couples in the romantic mood
A young lady has shared the video of the romantic moment her man welcomed her home after she completed her mandatory National Youth Service Corps, NYSC camp.
The man stormed the airport in style to wait for his woman and gave her a passionate hug the moment he sighted her.
Sweet welcome after NYSC camp stress
At home, the lady was ushered into a room lit with blue, eye-catching lights that put people in a romantic mood.
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The room was heavily decorated with balloons and sweet love flowers that put shivers down people's spines.
The sweet video has attracted the attention of social media users who are currently analysing it from the angle they see it. Some are left asking God when.
Watch the video below:
Instagram users react to video
"God when o, on how I carried my own bag home and slept off."
"Una don start abi welcome back shower."
"I be bombastic element. Nothing you fit tell me?"
"I done ask una many times, where una Dey see this love??? Nobody done answer me."
"There are levels to this love thing o!"
"No be small thing o, just off the lights 2nyt, play music aloud and show him appreciation."
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"But God never told me this love thing will be hard to find."
"Off this blue light make I see we’ll type congratulations."
Disabled lady passes out of NYSC
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian lady who is disabled was able to graduate from school and finish her NYSC.
The lady named Judith Chioma said she was not born disabled, but she lost the ability to walk at a young age.
Judith who is also an orphan is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic where she studied Computer Science.