Petty Trader who Wept Bitterly after Her Fish was Stolen Receives Help from Good Samaritans

Petty Trader who Wept Bitterly after Her Fish was Stolen Receives Help from Good Samaritans

- A petty trader has received help from Good Samaritans after a thief stole her carton of fish

- A photo of the woman was posted on social media in which she could be seen weeping after losing her fish

- Another photo shows her in the midst of some of the kind strangers after she was handed some cash

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A petty trader who broke down in tears after a thief stole her carton of fish has received help from Good Samaritans.

In a post on Twitter by @instablog9ja, the woman could be seen weeping on the floor after the incident had happened.

Nigerian Petty Trader who Wept Bitterly after Her Fish was Stolen Receives Help from Good Samaritans
The woman couldn't stop crying after a thief stole her carton of fish. Photo credit: @being_Ngodoo
Source: UGC

Captioning the photos, @instablog9ja wrote:

"Petty trader weeps after a thief stole her carton of fish in Benue."

Taking to the post to give update, a tweep with the handle @being_Ngodoo said the woman has been helped by Good Samaritans.

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She wrote:

"Her fish has been replaced double double. God bless good Nigerians."

Tweeps soon flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.

@BensonFeranmi said:

"That thief is her guardian angel."

@being_Ngodoo commented:

"Now u get what the holy book meant when it said "all things work together for good"."

@TeputV commented:

"Gesture like this makes me happy and proud to be a Nigerian. God bless everyone who came to her aid."

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In other news, a school dropout identified as Abdullateef has seen his dream come true after months of begging on the street.

The young boy has been enrolled in school, thanks to contributions and support from kind-hearted strangers.

The lady who had kick-started the campaign back in May 2020 to ensure he returned to school said she had an encounter with him around March 2020 where she had gone to get ice cream.

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In a Twitter post, the woman identified with the handle @Zaya__Armani stated that young Abdullateef had approached her with his primary 5 and 6 results to seek funds to start a sweets business.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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