- A Nigerian lady, Susan Solomon, has revealed that her grandma is the agemate of Queen Elizabeth of England
- Sharing a photo of the woman, Susan celebrated her in a quoted response to The Royal Family's tweet
- Many people celebrated the Queen's agemate as some blessed her, wishing the woman well
A Nigerian lady identified as Susan Solomon has got many people talking on Twitter after she shared a photo of her grandma on Wednesday, April 21, the same day Queen Elizabeth celebrates her birthday.
Responding to the Royal Family's post on the platform, the lady said that just like the queen, her grandma is also celebrating her 95th birthday.
Susan attached a snap of her smiling grandma to the post. Congratulations poured in as people wished Susan's grandmummy a wonderful birthday celebration.
The old woman maintained a lively countenance in the photo as she struck a confident pose in her native attire.
See Susan's post below:
As of the time of writing this report, the post has more than 500 likes with tens of comments. Below are some of the reactions:
"That’s all. Happy birthday to your grandma."
"Happy birthday to your Grandma."
"Happy birthday to the queen of Africa. God grant her many more years in Jesus' name. Amen."
"Wow. Congratulations to her."
"Happy birthday grandma."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that the people of the Yaohnanen tribe in Vanuata island who worship Prince Philip as a god said they believe his spirit will return home to their island.
According to the people, the late Duke of Edinburgh's spirit will bring peace and harmony to the world. One of the tribesmen said all happiness comes from him, while another one said he loves him so much and prays that his life connects to Prince Philip's.
One other person said:
"He's the spirit and he's the son of our god. Everyone believes in him and his name is Prince Philip."
It is not known how this practice came about but the island tribe members are completely loyal in their worship of the Duke of Edinburgh.
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Source: Briefly News