Corps members contribute money to help elderly woman grow her doughnut business

Corps members contribute money to help elderly woman grow her doughnut business

- Some corps members during their weekly CDS meeting contributed some money for an elderly woman to help her doughnut business

- In the video, they are seen coming out to donate cash, which amounted to R1 300

- Another corps member donated the sum of R820, making it a total of R2 120

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A group of corps members have contributed some money in order to help a woman expand her doughnut business.

The random act of kindness by these Nigerian youth corps members has melted the hearts of many people and inspired others to do good for people.

In the video shared to a Facebook page identified as Kopaville, the corps members during their weekly CDS meeting were seen coming out to donate cash to the woman.

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Corp members contribute money to help elderly woman grow her doughnut business

The corps members came out in numbers to donate to the elderly woman. Photo credit: Kopaville
Source: UGC

According to the caption, the elderly woman had come to sell the snacks to them and they, in turn, decided to help her grow the business by donating the R2 120.

This got the woman emotional with gratitude as she left her seat to stand up and give them a wave of appreciation.

Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) has no doubt opened the eyes of many people to the endless opportunities in the country and one such person is a Nigerian lady identified as Uwaoma Susan Joseph.

The graduate of estate management, who recently completed the mandatory one-year service programme, opened up on how she saved up to acquire a tricycle popularly known as keke NAPEP.

The young entrepreneur, who added that she was also doing a side hustle and therefore had no cause to be broke, bought the fairly used tricycle which she lent out for hire-purchase.

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In other news, a local woman has managed to wow tweeps after she was captured on video effortlessly making the traditional maize dish, pap. The video, which was posted by @LaMaangani, shows a woman swiftly yet vigorously mixing through the tough maize meal mixture.

The short clip garnered many tweets from app users who were wowed by her skill. While it may not seem like such a big deal, making pap the proper and delicious way is actually quite hard. Not only does the maize meal tend to get very hot, bubble out of the pot and give you tiny burns - getting your spoon to actually move through the thick mixture is a whole different struggle on its own.

Countless wooden spoons have been broken trying to achieve a lump-free well-cooked pot of pap. This is why when @LaMaangani posted a short clip of a woman sitting dangerously close to the pot, using a large wooden spoon to effortlessly mix her pap that was cooking furiously over a flaming fire, tweeps were left stunned.

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