Young boy buys his mum brand new Okada as Mother’s Day gift (Video)

A young Nigerian boy has gone viral on social media for buying a motorcycle commonly called okada, for his dear mother.

He purchased the motorbike as Mother’s Day’s gift for her and presented it to her on May 14, which was Mothering Sunday.

A video shared by GossipMill shows the moment he took the okada to church for it to blessed before handing it over to his mum.

There was wild jubilation inside the church as he wheeled the motorbike into the building. His mother danced while he sprayed money on her.

The young lad expressed hope of buying a Mercedes Benz for his lovely mother during next year’s Mother’s Day.

The proud son prayed for God to bless her and keep her alive long enough so that he can spoil her.

Watch the video below:

Similarly, Nigerian actress, Nancy Isime recently built a beautiful home for her father and mother, which she said was a dream come true for her.

The screen diva took to her Instagram page on Monday to announce that she ushered her parents into a fully funished 6-bedroom bungalow in celebration of her birthday.

According to the beautiful actress, there was also a housewarming with neighbours, relatives and friends in attendance.

Nancy said the house gift was also to appreciate her dad for allowing her to leave home and chase her dreams of becoming independent at the young age of 17.

Sharing photos and video, she wrote; Yesterday, One of my Biggest Dreams came to Fruition. I ushered my Daddy and Family into their fully completed, finished, furnished 6 bedroom home and it gladdened my heart so much. I’ve been on this for years and I’m glad I could finally complete and hand the keys over.

We also had a house warming party with neighbors, friends and relatives in attendance which also doubled as the part 2 of my 31st birthday celebration.

Watching everyone congratulate my daddy with hugs and cheers made me grin from ear to ear. When I asked how he felt, he said “This has added many more years to my life” 🥹 amongst many other heartwarming words.

This is also a way to thank my Dad for letting his 17 year old daughter leave home daily to chase her dreams of becoming a fully independent woman. At 19, I told him I was ready to live on my own and even if he had fears, he let me do me with trust that I won’t bring shame to the family. 13 years later, I’m happy I get to also fulfill one of his Life Long Dreams.