- A Nigerian man recently took his children to the market to teach them how to shop and bargain for goods
- In a video Mohammed Jammal popularly called White Nigerian posted on his LinkedIn page, his kids taught him how to be truthful
- The man asked his daughters to negotiate the price of potato from R23 to R16 which he said was all they had, but one of the girls told Jammal that there was more cash in his pocket
Mohammed Jammal popularly called White Nigerian has taken to social media to share a video of how his kids taught him how to be truthful.
According to Jammal, he took his daughters to the market to teach them how to shop and negotiate but the kids ended up as his teachers.
Young man kneels for his mum in the market, appreciates her for sending him to school, photos go viral
In his words on LinkedIn:
"As part of Children’s Day Celebration, I took my kids to the market to teach them how to shop and negotiate. They ended up teaching me how to be truthful. Listen carefully."
While in the market, Jammal asked the potato seller how much she was selling them, to which she replied that it was N700 (R23). White Nigerian then told his kids to tell the woman that all they had was N500 (R16), but one of them said there was more money in her father's pocket.
The woman was impressed and could be heard praying for the young girl. She understood that Jammal was trying to teach his daughters how to negotiate.
White Nigerian finally asked the girl to add extra cash to what was eventually paid.
Reactions trail the video
Arinze Agada said:
Peter Akaliro commented:
"Oh my God!¡ Still in shock, I love you sir. Keep it up."
Angel Umez wrote:
"You have the accent down! Are you secretly Nigerian?"
White Nigerian feeds the less privileged
In other news, the humanitarian gesture of White Nigerian has gained massive traction from social media users.
He shared a clip in which he was seen at the top of a car, serving food from a cooler in take-aways to unidentified persons.
Jammal said it is a yearly exercise for him. He stated that he takes it upon himself to feed 100 persons every Ramadan but did 150 this year.
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