- A man has earned the admiration of social media users as he enjoyed a time out with his parents
- The married man named Albert Femi Oduwole took his 83-year-old dad and 78-year-old mum out on a lunch date
- Albert shared to his followers that honouring one's parents is an important ingredient to enjoying long life on earth
A Nigerian man has stated that one of the keys to having a long life is by honouring one's parents.
The pastor and life coach, Albert Femi Oduwole, wrote this on his LinkedIn page following his time out with his parents.
Albert had taken his 78-year-old mum and 83-year-old dad on a lunch date along with his wife, Dr Sola Oduwole.
Expressing excitement at the lunch treat, the man recalled how his dad had taken him and the family many years ago on a treat at a recreational club.
Albert said he got to understand the sacrifice behind the kind gesture as time went on.
People praise him
Reacting, Adedayo Amzat reacted:
"I remember Papa and Mama. On my almost daily visits to the Owoeye's at the same ring road house around 2000 to 2003.
"They haven't aged a bit. Please send my regards to them, egbon."
Blessing Odizuru said:
"Absolutely, treating parents just right is the medicine for longevity. I pray for blessings so I can always do that I've long desired for my parents."
Oladipupo A. wrote:
"You're indeed privileged sir.
"Thank you for sharing this, as a reminder to us all on its importance."
Kabiru Toyin Lawal commented:
"Bless God Almighty always for giving you a such privilege Congratulations."
Lady takes mum out for dinner
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a young lady had taken her mum out for dinner.
Taking to her LinkedIn page to make the disclosure, Vee K said this was after the latter visited her for the first time since she moved to London.
In her words:
"I took my mom out for dinner today at The Shard. It’s her first time visiting me since I moved to London ❤️ and she absolutely loved it. I love seeing her soooo happy, relaxed and spoiling her. She works toooooo hard."
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