"Brave Mother": Agbo Seller Rides Motorcycle With Bowl of Native Medicine on Her Head, Video Goes Viral
- A woman who sells agbo, a popular native medicine, has gone viral because of her mode of transporting it
- In a viral video, the woman was on a motorcycle riding on a major road with her medicine loaded on the bike
- But more interesting was that she had a bowl of the native medicine on her head while riding the bike
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A woman who sells a popular native medicine called agbo has gone viral on TikTok.
This came after a short video showed the woman using a motorcycle to transport the medicine in an interesting way.
In the video posted by @keyrankader_, the woman did not only load the agbo on the bike, she also carried some on her head.
Woman who sells agbo medicine goes viral on TikTok
Even more interesting is how she loaded the bottles in a bowl and had the bowl placed on her head while she rode her bike.
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She was seen riding on a major road, obviously out for business. TikTok users are stunned by how the woman was able to balance the bowl on her head.
She did not allow it to fall and she did not show any sign that she was scared for the safety of the bowl.
Her expertise and determination to hustle have sparked positive reactions among TikTok users.
Watch the video below:
Reactions from TikTok users
"After yesterday's game, I saw this lady in the streets."
@David Ibrahim said:
"The old mother, I give you my hands."
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"The true definition of a strong woman."
"She is strong."
"If I married this woman, even if she asks me for 300 million, I can give her my card easily."
"We really need to help women like her."
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