- A young lady thanked her grandmother and late grandfather for raising her after completing her NYSC program in Nigeria
- She shared a video of herself and her grandmother signing on her shirt with a heartfelt message on social media, where it got many positive reactions
- The sign-on-shirt session is a tradition among NYSC members where messages are written on corps members' shirts at the end of their service year
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A young lady who was raised by her grandmother expressed joy over the fact that she was able to participate in her sign-on shirt session after her NYSC program.
She said her grandmother had been supportive and helpful in her life, as well as her grandfather, who was no more.
Message from her
She thanked them for their love and guidance in a heartfelt message that she posted on TikTok alongside the video:
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“Dear Grandma…you hold a special place in my heart .even though we see each other regularly.i need to say about how much you mean to me.You’ve been a constant presence in my life since i was little…Thank you so much grandma… may you live long to eat the fruit of your labour…And to my grandpa .my best friend …i missed you so much …may Aljanatul firdaus be your final Abode(Amin).”
She said she hoped that her grandmother would live much longer to enjoy some of the dividends of her support when she finally secured a job.
The NYSC program is a one-year mandatory service for Nigerian graduates.
Sign out moment
The sign-on shirt session is a tradition among NYSC members, where they write messages of appreciation, farewell, or contact details on each other’s shirts at the end of their service year. It is a way of celebrating their achievements and memories together.
Find the video below
Legit.ng compiled some reactions below:
"Hope you Sabi book like Grandma,coz as she hold the pen you go Sabi say na front sit she dey sit 4 class."
@Richie_ plus_Baiiby said:
"Omo an Arabia she write oo and it's so fine."
"Congratulation, happy for you."
Nigerian grandma causes stir in America as she carries baby on her back with wrapper
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a little kid looked excited as her grandma carried her on her back with a wrapper on the streets of New York in the United States.
The child's mother shared the clip on TikTok, explaining that the kid preferred being back-carried to being put in a stroller.
According to her, being carried on the back with a wrapper is warm and cosy compared to a stroller.