- Obaseki Daniel, a Nigerian man, has helped an old woman as he gave her some money to support herself
- The good Samaritan said she should use the money he gave her to support her business
- Daniel also promised to give her more money so she can get a proper house and stop living in the classroom
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A Nigerian man, Obaseki Daniel, has shown that there is real hope for humanity with the kind act he showed an unnamed old woman, who is a fruit and pepper seller.
In the video he shared, it showed that Daniel may have previously interacted with the old woman to know what her needs are.
He called the woman to his cab and told her that he has gotten a shop for her. When she heard this, she was amazed.
Daniel asked the woman not to cry and shout as he gave her another a wad of cash. He told her to use the money to support her business, asking her to spend the money wisely.
On learning that she is homeless and lives in a classroom, the good Samaritan said he would make sure he gets her a house. On his Instagram page, he promised to support her.
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Meanwhile, DJ Sbu is known for his work in helping the community. The media personality has partnered with businessman Khandani Msibi to give R400,000 to help 20 businesses stay afloat.
Briefly.co.za reported that Media24 has announced it will start consultations with staff about the possible closure of five magazines and two newspapers. The publisher will also consider taking two newspapers digital only and reducing staff in related support services. This restructuring process is expected to affect 1 100 jobs.
Sbu took to social media to offer relief after seeing how the Covid-19 pandemic is negatively affecting businesses across the country.
The 3Sixty Business Saver competition, which is run by DJ Sbu and 3Sixty Global Solutions CEO, Khandani Msibi, calls on all struggling companies to upload a short video explaining how the pandemic has affected their business and how the R20k would save them.
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