- A Nigerian woman has shared the drastic change her son underwent after they arrived in Nigeria for a visit
- According to the woman, she expected him to behave like one born with a silver spoon but the reverse was the case
- Mixed reactions trailed the hilarious video she shared as people threw their weight behind the lad, saying she can't take Nigeria out of him
A woman based overseas returned to Nigeria with her little son to see her mother and was shocked by how her boy changed.
It was her expectation that he would act like someone born with a silver spoon but instead behaved like one who just got out of prison, according to her.
She said he, Ken, always acts like this whenever they visited his grandma. She shared a video of some moments during their time in Nigeria and captioned it:
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"Whenever we visit grandma this boy always act like he just came out of prison."
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In one of the scenes, the lad was seen playing with sand and was covered in powder on a bed in another scene.
Watch the video below:
Reactions on social media
"Who wore ‘shimi’ for him."
Godwin Hope said:
"The Nigeria blood Dey d body."
"When in Nigeria behave like a Nigerian."
"Say na like he just came out of prison."
"You can take a Nigerian out of yhe country but you cant take the Nigerian out of him❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️enjoy yaself."
"Same with my kids
"I will see grown kids and start shouting.
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"Grandma's with unnecessary freedom."
Children who returned from abroad cause a stir after seeing sand
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Kids had expressed surprise after seeing sand on their return from abroad.
In a video posted on TikTok by @lobbymusa, the children found it strange and kept lifting their legs.
Their mother, who posted the video, disclosed that the little girls said they were getting dirty. One of the two children removed her slippers and used her bare feet to feel the sand as if to examine it.
Their behaviours made it clear that they were raised in a place with paved streets. Their mother described their action as embarrassing. She said the kids went to Nigeria to embarrass her.