- A physically challenged man, Michael Showunmi, has been putting smiles on parents' faces for days now
- The man recently revealed how he helped with the school fees of two brilliant students as their parents rejoiced
- Many people on LinkedIn thanked the man for his help as they prayed that God will keep blessing him more
A kind Nigerian man, Michael Showunmi, has put smiles on many people’s faces by solving their financial issues.
The man who is physically challenged paid the school fees of two students, Oyeyinka David, and Badmus Rodiat.
The parents rejoiced
On his LinkedIn page, he said David who is basic 5 and Rodiat in JSS 1 are among the brilliant students in their classes. Showunmi revealed that when the school called David's mum and told her the debt has been cleared, the woman rejoiced.
On the other hand, Rodiat's mum thanked God as she said that she has been waiting for a miracle on how to pay her daughter’s school fees. Though a teacher, things have not been rosy for her.
This is not the first time he would be helping out with school fees. He once settled the fees of three siblings whose mother is battling cancer.
The generous giver told his followers on the platform to keep trusting God as He is able to take care of their worries.
He has done well
Briefly News compiled some of the reaction to his good deeds below:
Olatunji B. Alonge said:
"Thank you sir."
Dr. Charles Ituah said:
"Awesome one Michael. You are amazing."
Onuwabhagbe Omodiagbe said:
"Thank you for what you do sir, keep going. God bless and reward you."
Moyosola Iwashokun said:
"Well done champ."
A woman paid school fees she owed in 1975
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a Nigerian woman, Grace Egbinola, demonstrated a great virtue as she fulfilled a promise she made many decades ago.
In a message sent to Breifly News by Grace's daughter, Toyin Egbinola, it was revealed that the 73-year-old woman finished from St Loius Secondary school on December 9, 1969.
Ever since she got the receipt of her debt in 1975, the woman held onto it with the strong vow that she would repay it someday.
On Monday, December 14, 2020, the woman paid the debt which was the sum of N1.58k. The woman’s child said she is proud that her mum never cheated the system.
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Source: Briefly News