US-based Nigerian car dealer welcomes new-born baby with brand new Benz C300 gift


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It seems the US-based billionaire Nigerian is a first-time daddy as he couldn't contain his joy and has shared lovely photos that show his love for his newborn baby girl. Read the gist!

A new daddy is in town!

A Nigerian wealthy auto dealer based in the US has welcomed a newborn baby girl and presented her with a brand new Mercedes-Benz C300 as a gift.

The proud father who was identified as Chidi Mike named his new bundle of joy Heart Anyanwu and took to his Instagram account to share lovely pictures of the moment.


Chidi Mike shared the news on his Instagram page, showing the Benz C300 he bought for his "Heart" baby

As reported on Naijauto, Chidi used some balloons to spell his daughter's name 'Heart' and placed it on the new C300 Mercedes.

He shared a loved up photo of the baby girl sleeping peacefully at the baby seat of her new ride.


Baby Heart sleeping peacefully inside her new Benz C300 gifted to her by her car dealer daddy

The new father couldn't contain his joy as he was seen feeding the baby girl, while she fed on the nursing bottle with her innocent gaze on her father.

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Chidi, feeding his little bundle of joy why she looks at him

Chidi didn't stop at the new car, he also gifted her a gold bracelet and a necklace that had the inscription "Heart CMC".

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