"You Have a Good Husband": Cute Video as Nigerian Man Returns Home to His Wife after 8 Years in America
- After eight years of living in the United States, a Nigerian man returned to the country to see his wife
- A heartwarming video showing the moment the woman received her husband at the airport has stirred reactions
- The excited woman appreciated God for the reunion as she celebrated her husband's return on social media
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A Nigerian woman simply identified as Hajia Nosimot has celebrated finally seeing her husband again after eight years of being apart.
Nosimot's husband has been in America during those years and she was more than excited as she received him at the airport.
The excited woman shared the heartwarming video on TikTok and elicited reactions from netizens who celebrated their reunion.
A scene in the clip showed Nosimot's husband helping himself to a Nigerian delicacy in what appears to be an eatery.
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Nosimot also shared a loved-up photo they took together.
Watch the video below:
Social media reactions
"Happy for you, may you never experience a better yesterday."
omotolani adunni said:
"Since when did u start processing travel pls tell me i want confirm something plssss."
"Congratulations you have a good husband ma."
Eniola Taiwo516 said:
"Congratulations ma this is the reason I didn’t meet you in shop yesterday to buy my children juice."
"Congratulations, Hamdan waskuran. Happy for your my beautiful wife."
"You try ooo mine was over three years I nearly lost my brains it’s not easy but Allihamdullahi."
Abroad returnee finds out that his two wives have remarried
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man abroad had returned home after 47 years to find out his two wives have remarried.
The octogenarian walked out of his Makale village in Malava, Kakamega county, Kenya in 1974 aged 37.
Peter told his people that he was going in search of greener pastures because he needed to take care of two wives and five children, although details of where he was headed and his expected return date were scanty.
According to The Standard, Oyuka visited Kakamega in 1983, 1992 and 1996, but never set foot in his home despite being in close proximity to the family. After a wait that seemed endless, the desolate wives moved on, got new partners and settled into new marriages.