A Nigerian lady identified as Ruthie Tilley Gyado has praised her mum on social media for being the family’s backbone since the death of their father.
A woman has been celebrated on social media for catering to 7 people on her own after her husband passed away in 1997.
In a Twitter post dedicated to celebrating her mum, Ruthie said her mum took the challenge and turned things around.
Her tweet reads:
“Abeg today I am just going to celebrate my mum. Not her birthday yet!”
“My Dad died in 1997 leaving my my mum age 32 with 6kids and 7 mouths to feed with no job. “
“This woman turned things around, got a job, all 6 of us University graduates. That is my mother! I love you mama!”
See her tweet below: Netizens hail the lady’s mum
@Jamiescript said: “Your mum is a hero. I join you to celebrate her. My story is similar to yours. Dad died in 1998, mum was 35 working as a teacher. She raised 6 children all on her own. Women are superheroes. I celebrate your super hero, may she live long to enjoy her works on earth. Amen.”
@vitalfortune_90 said: “God bless her. Something similar happened to us, Dad passed away 1996.. we were Four, my mom was just 23.. she didn’t remarry and today she is a grandmother, we have two graduates and two business oriented siblings. Thank God cos it was rough but God prevailed.”
@tony_ubah said: “Interesting , what a mother ! A super mum indeed! Ruthie, it’s that never-say-die spirit you inherited from your mum that makes you still have hope in Nigeria like me, hinged on prof’s entrant into the political space. Na lie?”
@Mavofreish said: “Wow speechless, almost a similar story with urs .. Dad died 1997, left mum with 7kids and how that woman took care of us should be studied .. Today we’re her pride… She try abeg.”
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