- A son has taken the business of his mum to Twitter as he asked people to stop by her stand and buy roasted plantain
- Many tweeps commended his smart move, saying that it will really help the woman's business move forward
- A check on the son's Twitter page shows that he is always posting about his mother's business on the platform
A child with the handle @Sikaofficial1 has taken to Twitter to advertise his mum's roasted plantain business without shame. In a tweet on Monday, January 18, the young man called for wide patronage as he shared photos showing his mum sitting beside her wares.
As it is customary with such a business, the woman combines her main product with groundnuts. What, however, amazed tweeps was that she was also putting on her face mask.
The son also shared a short video showing the deliciously-looking plantain as they are being roasted on the braai.
See his tweet below:
As at the time of writing this report, people have shown the woman much love with the post having over 17,000 likes.
Below are some of the reactions:
"She is also wearing nose mask...your mom is intelligent."
"I’ve bought roasted plantain from her twice and I must say it’s very nice . Y’all should buy from her."
"Wow, God bless our mother’s. And bro selling ur mom out there is very nice. Keep that up. But I’ll task u to get a friend who is into design. Get a nice brand logo, get nice paper bags or any classic packaging container help brand moms hustle in a nice way. U can dm me."
"She has a very neat shop. May God bring customers in abundance and make her business expand, Amen."
"I know this place. I have tried her plantain before. It’s closer to the East Legon Calbank right?"
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a little girl sent social media into a frenzy with a fake phone conversation. A heartwarming video has emerged on social media in which a little girl can be seen faking a telephone conversation and displaying acting talent.
In the video that was shared on Instagram by @lightworkers, the girl sits on the bed, holds a telephone to her ear and continues a fake conversation.
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