- A physically challenged Nigerian man identified as Michael Showunmi has warmed hearts online with his kind gestures
- The young man, who is a mathematics teacher, can be seen in some pictures he shared online eating with another physically challenged man he visited on the street
- Showunmi also gave out some gift items to the man after they both sat and ate together next to the road
Michael Showunmi has shown the world that one can be physically challenged and still be a blessing to others who are in need of help.
The young man, who is a mathematics teacher, recently warmed hearts on social media after showing love to a physically challenged man he said he met in 2019 at a filling station.
Showunmi shared some pictures on LinkedIn in which he could be seen eating with the man on the street while people watch.
He wrote on LinkedIn: "I saw him last year at a filling station so I decided to check up on him at this particular time knowing how things are. Seeing me from afar, he was so happy that most people focused on us.
"While we were eating, all the security personnel, greeters forgot about themselves for a while and gazed at us in astonishment that you could feel the love and warmth within the environment."
Showunmi continued: "I told him "We are sharing the meat." He said "Yessss!!!"... I replied, "I thought you won't give me."
"God used me to buy some little items for him and I pranked him that who will help him take it home. He replied with excitement, "I can't give it to anybody, I will put it on my legs and carry it home. When I get home, my people will be very very happy!""
The kind man advised that people can still be miracles to others even if they cannot get a miracle.
In other news, Briefly.co.za reported that a Nigerian man with the name Tobi Marshal has shared a very emotional story that would make anyone shed some tears.
Briefly.co.za learnt that he said when he was in high school and lost his dad, his friend was there for him while his mother struggled to pay his fees.
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