Many more of such messages continue to flow across platfroms but if your mother is not on any of these online platforms how about you give her a call and remind her how much she means the world to you.
MOTHER'S DAY CELEBRATION
By 2pm, the #YouknowAnAfricanMomWhen was trending at number 2 on twitter. The submissions from various tweeps you could say are entirely true according to how each author was raised by their mother.
Reading through the replies shows that African mothers have a similar way of raising their children.
Exactly 14 months out of sight and nothing has ever been the same.— Ruth Esther *Nasejje 🇺🇬 (@ruthdavoice) May 9, 2020
I miss you every second of my life.
There is a lot I want to share with you.
I wish you were still here especially in these depressing times.
Till we meet again. #Ruthdavoice. pic.twitter.com/pg5ZtZ1vHx
Happy Mother's Day my dear tweeps. Though gone 30 years ago I still cherish to this day, the mothers love I had. MHS RIP— Johnson Byabashaija (@jbyabs) May 10, 2020
👇 CG at 4 months😆 pic.twitter.com/xn8HkJQ4On
Continue to watch over us from wherever you are. Me & Dan are still well behaved 🙈🤣! Thanks for the lessons of life. U gave single mothers a respectable name. U were the best. No contest. Continue to Rest In Peace. Amen pic.twitter.com/FPcdeCPfQI— Robert Kabushenga (@rkabushenga) May 8, 2020
"Mother is the name for God on the lips and hearts of all children."— Siima K K Sabiti (@kanyindo) May 10, 2020
To the mothers of Uganda, I join others in celebrating you today. Thank you for being the bedrock of our country.— Yoweri K Museveni (@KagutaMuseveni) May 10, 2020
To the other Ugandans, especially the Bazukulu, I wish you a blessed Sunday.
Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers of our Country. Thank you for giving and nurturing life!— Janet K Museveni (@JanetMuseveni) May 10, 2020
Thank you for standing in the gap, praying and fasting for our land in this diffcult time. Our God is faithful, He will continue to watch over our families and nation.
God bless you.