- A young Nigerian lady has showed off her mother’s garri business on social media
- The lady shared the photos while appreciating her mother for supporting their family with the little she has
- She stated that her mother had trained two university graduates with the profits from the garri business
In this day and age in which social media influences people try to live and show off their fancy and expensive lives, it is rare to see people who would be proud to show off their honest living struggling parents or lifetyles.
NAIJ.com came across the photos of a woman who sells cassava flakes popularly known as garri in Nigeria. Photos of the woman were shared on social media by her daughter who proudly showed off her mother to show appreciation for her care.
The lady simply identified as Andy Presh took to Facebook to appreciate her mother who struggles to take care of the family with profits from her garri business. Presh explained that her hardworking mother was able to train to university graduates with the business.
Presh stated that she took the photos while she and her twin brother were as siting their mother at the store.
She wrote: “This is what my mum does for a living and she has produced two graduates, me and my twin brother came around, went to the market and assist her”
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In a world where there are cyber bullies and social media critics, not many young would be confident enough to appreciate their humble lifestyles and what or who they have in their lives.
Kudos to Presh!
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