- A man has shown example of what the youths in the country should do instead of always complaining
- The man identified as Alpha Zachariah took it upon himself to repaint a poorly-looking government school in his community
- Social media users have commended the selfless gesture by the gospel artist as they marvelled at the new look of the school
While it is a common practice for youths to complain about infrastructure anomalies in the country, a man has taken a decisive action instead.
The Kaduna-based gospel artist identified as Alpha Zachariah gave a transformed look to a dilapidated government school in his community.
Zachariah along with his team of painters put their handiwork to good use for the benefit of the young learners who use the building.
Photos of the old and new looks of the school were shared on Facebook by Gee-Concepts Stories.
According to Gee-Concepts Stories that shared the story, Zachariah gave the school a new look as his own way of complaining to the government.
It was observed extra effort was put into the painting to draw characters and put writing on the wall that aids and encourages learning.
Nigerians hail the selfless man
Benjamin Zigwai Ali commented:
"Totally commendable ... Na so Bible say make we dey do... Remind all of us."
Theresa Dauda said:
"God bless you sir, The sky is your starting point and Heaven is your limits."
Priscilla Musama stated:
"Very commendable... What a huge difference colours make."
Asami Tukurah reacted:
"God bless you real good."
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Mandela Day: Generous man renovates house for free, touches Mzansi
In more news about blessings in the form of renovations, this year's Nelson Mandela Day was overshadowed by the violent riots and looting that engulfed the country last week but one family was not forgotten. That is evident through a social media post on Facebook's #ImStayingPage.
@Beth Guthrie said:
"What a lovely idea! Well done.”
@Sipho Ndlovu said:
“God bless you my lovely brother.”
@Martha Simons said:
@Gugu Mdunge said:
“Keep up the good work, may the Lord richly bless you guys.”
@Margaret Killian said:
“Mandela Day also starts at home. As Mother Theresa would say.”
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