“You no one gree commot but God pass you” – Lady celebrates as her mum finally passes away at age 130

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A user on X, previously known as Twitter, has stirred reactions on the internet by celebrating the passing of her mother. The X user, identified as @talllizzy_girl, expressed her joy as her mother passed away at the age of 130.

She shared graphics displaying the burial arrangements for her mother, Mama Paulina Oma Ekum, who will be laid to rest in Cross River State.

In her post, she wishes her mother to rest in peace and mentions that they had been praying for her to depart from this world, and eventually, God’s will prevailed. She concluded her post with the words: “Rip mama, you no gree commot this world but God pass you.”

The lady’s post celebrating her mother’s passing at the age of 130 has garnered various reactions. Some were happy about it, while others criticized her, calling her mean. Here are some of the reactions:

aunty_arike_wigs: “I wish my grandma could stay this long 😪☹️.”

o_layemi: 😂😂 “My Grandmother too no want comot this world o, she died twice. When She finally died the second time, they gave her 130 years cos dem no fit trace back again (dem lost count) 😂😂😂😂. Omo, that mama stress us o chai 🤦‍♀️😂.”

vinny_asabby: “Women last longer than men o🥹, when last did I even see a man that lived up to this… even 100 sef.”

onyxcabana: “Mama say life too sweet to leave just like that…. I no blame her. I pray our parents live long to enjoy us.”

17letter: “I know someone that did something like this to their grandma because she is not dying. Guess what happened, they beat her and refused to give her food. But when she finally died they all prepared and set for a big burial. What happened next will shock you. After they finally killed her and buried her, her daughter died, and next, the daughter’s first son followed. The two people that made the old woman suffer until her demise died within a year. My grandmother died at 100+ years. I didn’t enjoy enough of her time, but now she is late, and deep down, I want her back. My grandma was so sweet and caring. A very lovely woman.”

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