African lady launches search for her mother who left 21 years ago

African lady launches search for her mother who left 21 years ago

- A Nigerian lady has taken to social media to launch a search for her mother

- The woman reveals that her mother had left them 21 years ago

- She notes that her mother had told her brother that they would never see her again when she left

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A Twitter story about a woman looking for her mother is currently trending. The lady had taken to microblogging platform to share the story of how her mother left she and her brother behind 21 years ago.

The woman identified as @missk8babe had revealed that her mother identified as Evelyn Agarry Useh had left without an explanation. She noted that her mother had told her brother that they would never see her again.

According to her, she would like to find her mother no matter what. She shared a photo of her mother side by side hers.

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The young lady further revealed that her mother would be 47-years old now. She called on Nigerians to help her find her.

Twitter users who were touched by her story reacted by offering to help her. One user told her he is a private investigator who could help her and another shared information about a group on Facebook that helps people search for their relatives.

Others prayed for her to find her mother while some even offered to stay on the story to know when the good news is announced.

However, some advised her that some people choose to be alone while some were baffled at the fact that she was looking for her mother

Some people wondered how she was able to leave the house without any adult putting a stop to her decision.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Nigerian family who had been reported to be plagued with mental illness were spotted looking healthy in new photos.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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