- A young Nigerian lady has got people talking on social media after helping her fiance secure a job
- The unidentified lady approached a stranger at the supermarket and asked him to help her fiance
- Gbenga Samuel-Wemimo who happened to be the stranger obliged to the lady's request and gave the man a driving job
A young Nigerian lady has been praised on social media after helping her fiance secure a job from a stranger she met at a supermarket.
According to a man identified as Gbenga Samuel-Wemimo who made the disclosure on Twitter, the lady approached him at the supermarket and asked him if he could help her man secure a job.
She told Gbenga that the man is hardworking, honest, and very down to earth. In response, Gbenga asked her if the man could drive, to which she said yes.
The man's post read in part:
"So I gave her my phone number. I told her to give it to this young man. The young man called me an hour later. We talked I asked someone to do a background check and another to interview him.
"He came out quite clean. I gave him a job as a driver, with a very good pay. He resumed this morning."
Gbenga said the lady came back to express gratitude for giving her man a job.
According to him, the young man in question said he tried taking his own life as a result of frustration but the lady saved his life.
The lady disclosed she ought to have walked down the aisle with her man but his lack of job is what stalled their plans. But now that he has a job, the couple will be getting married on August 28, 2021.
Reacting, tweep with the handle @loveth_usoro wrote:
"I pray this should have a happy ending... becos I have seen and heard about a woman putting all to a relationship that was to lead to marriage, guess what the man was busy professing love to another woman that was in another city. This happened uncountable times "vice visa"."
"To the people whose mantra is "All men/All women are scum", change ur words. There are still good men & women around. Change ur words cos u won't get anything better than u profess. Then be a good person urself, u can't be a devil & expect to hv an angel. What u sow, u reap."
"Lol I did all these and more for the wrong person."
Another woman with heart of gold
Briefly News previously reported that a woman with the Twitter handle @Sholaboris took to the bird app without shame to seek help for her husband.
Her plea came in response to a Nigerian doctor, popularly known as Aproko Doctor, who said his wife changed his entire wardrobe.
According to Aproko Doctor, his wife complained that he has been spending money on other people without spending it on himself since they got married.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!