- A South African gogo turned 100 this past weekend and has received an influx of congratulatory messages
- Prince Shikweni uploaded images of the birthday celebration to social media to celebrate the massive milestone
- The post has since gone viral with over 13 000 reactions from Facebook users
A South African grandmother celebrated her 100th birthday this past weekend. A post was uploaded to social media on Saturday. Prince Shikweni uploaded two images of the celebration to Facebook group #ImStaying.
The comments section is rife with congratulatory and supportive messages for the centennial celebration. Prince uploaded the post with a lovely caption thanking the Facebook group for their help:
"It started here, that 100th birthday finally celebrated today... Thank you Stayers."
The post has received over 13 000 reactions, almost 30 shares and over 700 comments. Briefly.co.za took a look at some of the top comments left under the post.
Doozie B Osman wrote:
"Congratulations granny! I will pray for good health & happiness to you. God's blessings."
Lesley Ann Titus said:
"Happy birthday, God's richest blessings, happiness and health. Hope you had a fantastic day celebrating your 100th birthday. Wow."
Adele Wyngaard commented:
"Oh wow what a blessing indeed, may God bless and keep you Gogo, may goodness and mercy follows you, we celebrate you today and thank God for your life."
DP Mokobodi added:
"Happy birthday to you beautiful woman! God bless you."
Jono Masengarb responded:
"Happy birthday Gogo. May you be spoilt by family and friends. Wishing you good health for many more years to come. God bless."
In other birthday news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a lady who sent a birthday gift of R1 700 in notes to her boyfriend. A lady made the birthday of her boyfriend a special one in a way not many would have thought possible. Instead of a birthday cake, the lady sent him a box filled with cash.
A lady with the Twitter name Adekemi Iwalewa posted photos of the gift on the micro-messaging platform as she asked ladies what was stopping them from spoiling their men with money.
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