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Mother Rejects ₦40,000 Gift from University Daughter, Questions Source of Wealth

A Nigerian earned the praises of people online for a rejecting a gift of N40,000 gift from her daughter who is still in the University.

A Nigerian mother recently made headlines after rejecting a ₦40,000 gift from her daughter, who is currently a university student. The mother, concerned about the source of the money, questioned her daughter’s character and financial activities.

The incident was revealed in a video posted by the daughter on social media. In the video, the daughter explains that she sent money to her mother, but the mother responded with suspicion, questioning how her daughter, who is not employed, could afford such a sum.

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The caption added to the video by the daughter reads: “I thought I should help my mother a bit since I have been making money while in school, but she said she wants to return it. Money that I don’t even have much of.”

In the video, the daughter shares screenshots of their WhatsApp conversation, along with evidence of the bank transfer. Despite the daughter’s assurance that she earned the money legitimately, the mother remained unconvinced and refunded the money.

The video has garnered significant attention and reactions online. Many people have shared their thoughts and similar experiences in the comments section.

Here are some of the reactions:

Adeyemi_🤍🫧: “But she won’t return the money ooo.”

Official_Thynokluzy_002: “Did she refund it, or did she spend the money?”

Okanlawon338: “Tell her you got the money from a legitimate source now.”

Omo_Akin: “If only more mothers questioned their children like this… God bless her.”

olajumokehadassah0: “Can I tag my mum? I think this is her lost sister.”

foodiethatcancook: “This could never be my mom. Girl, you should be grateful and hold onto your cinnamon tight.”

~꧁༺AJOBI༻꧂: “Some mothers would accept it and even pray for their jobless child. It’s not their fault, it’s poverty. God bless your mom.”

OLAMIDE💕🌹❤️: “I bought slippers for my mom, and she said she didn’t want them. I even had to tell her I was working as a cleaner at the gym in my school.”

Cãprïcørñ Bebe: “I sent my mom 30k, and she questioned my life and even called a family meeting about it.”

The story has sparked a conversation about parental skepticism and the responsibilities of children in university managing finances and maintaining transparency with their parents.



I think say make i help this mama life small as i dey see money for school she still con say she won return am😂 owo ti o to mi na tele😂😂💔#foryou #fyppppppppppppppppppppppp #fypシ゚viral #goviral #africanmothers

♬ sweet like cinnamon – 🧿💝🐢🫧

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