Uriel Oputa gained fame when she participated in the Big Brother Naija show in 2017. Her personality in the BBN house was one that a lot of people loved and she spent over a month in the house before she got evicted. She is currently very active on Instagram as she mostly shares photos and videos of the foods she cooks. There are times when she would also share a video with her mum on her page.
She recently shared a video with her mum Margaret Oputa, on Instagram, and it has since gone viral. Uriel who is currently in London with her mother attached a post to the video explaining what happened. In the video her mother appreciated Uriel for taking care of her. Uriel wrote "This was so random I video everything and boom she came out of Dementia mood and said this. like it was really my mum speaking. Dementia is a syndrome in which there is deterioration in memory, behaviour and the ability to perform everyday activities. Check out Uriel's post below.
In the video, Uriel's mother said "I don't know what to do without you, you take care of me, and you cook for me". Click Here to watch the video of Uriel's mother thanking her.
This made Uriel hug her mother, and Uriel jokingly said "You like food too much". After this video was shared on Instablog9ja, it got a lot of touching comments from people who saw it. Check out the comments below.
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