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Young man gifts dad new car to show appreciation for raising him (Video)

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A young Nigerian man has put smiles on his father’s face by buying a new car for him.

He gifted a Lexus SUV to the man and it was a proud moment for both father and son.

He took to TikTok and shared a video of the moment he presented the car to his dad who gave him a handshake.

Another part of the clip showed when the elderly man stepped out of the driver’s seat in stylish fashion.

The youth captioned the post with a congratulatory note; ”Congratulations from me to my dad. Forever grateful”

He also disclosed via the comment section that it was his way of being grateful to the man who raised him right.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported earlier that a Ghanaian woman with a first class degree resorted to making and selling doughnuts on the streets due to scarcity of jobs for graduates.

The mother-of-two identified as Priscilla Akwagu, revealed that she used to sell the snack before going to school but after graduation she was forced to return to the same business to fend for her family.

Speaking in an interview, she said she finished from the University of Education, Winneba (UEW), and completed her national service as a teaching assistant, but the woman had to return to her hometown to continue hawking buffloaf because it is her ”only source of income for now”.

Priscilla said the small business she took over from her mother allows her to navigate through Ghana’s unemployment situation and it helps her take care of her two girls as well as settle their debt.

”I started hawking in Kumasi. I used to sell sugarcane and worked at a chop bar,” she added.

The woman gave birth to her first daughter at the age of 17 and was abandoned by the man responsible, but she braced up and began her secondary education when she reached 21.

When she finished from high school, she Priscilla enrolled in the university to pursue a Ghanaian language degree, while still working.

Despite juggling her academics with work, she graduated with a first-class and made headlines due to her sterling achievement.

Speaking on the challenge in she experiences, Priscilla lamented about soaring prices of flour, vegetable oil, and essential ingredients which are making it difficult to get good profit.

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