For some young men turning 13 years of age, a bike is a fantasy gift.
However, one Gauteng kid has turned into the jealousy of his friends after his mom got him a pristine vehicle for his thirteenth birthday celebration so he can figure out how to drive it around their domain.
At the point when he turned 13 on Wednesday she said she understood that he was unable to figure out how to drive on her huge programmed vehicle.
"He really wants a manual vehicle to learn. What's more he will realize driving in our domain until such time when the law permits him to get the right records and drive in the roads. So today I got him a little manual wheels to show him how to drive a vehicle. He will learn, commit errors and be an ideal driver who will get our things done," Matau said.
The glad mother, who took photos of her kid alongside his punishing new red vehicle, added: "We wish you a blissful thirteenth birthday celebration. May the great Lord favor you with life overflow, great wellbeing and a splendid future and may you develop to favor the name of our Sovereign Lord God Almighty, Jesus Christ".
As of late, South Africans have been left in wonder by the online media posts of guardians purchasing their kids vehicles that functioning individuals can merely fantasize about.
Mzansi was left shaken for this present week when online media posts were shared of two youngsters who were gifted two extravagance BMWs worth more than R800 000 each for passing matric.
It came only days after advanced maker Luyanda Mhlalukwana turned into the jealousy of each school-attendee in the nation when she shook up to the primary day of matric in a Porsche.
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