- A man identified as Mazi Gburugburu has got people talking on Twitter after helping a young man with R17 000 to buy a tricycle (a mode of taxi services in Nigeria)
- The beneficiary with the Twitter handle @Alexand48924235 promised to double the money in six months
- Nigerians took to the comment section of the video posted on Twitter to thank the benefactor, who is apparently a well-known philanthropist
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A Twitter user wit the handle @Alexand48924235 has been blessed by a compatriot identified as Mazi Gburugburu, who helped him with a sum of over R17 000 to invest in a tricycle.
In a video that was shared by Mazi, @Alexand48924235 can be seen making the sign of the cross before receiving the kind gesture.
With smiles all over his face, the young man expressed his gratitude for the kind gesture and promised to double the money in six months.
People took to the comment section of the post to thank the Good Samaritan for his kind gesture.
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A Twitter user with the handle @IamRouvafe wrote:
"The beneficiary also took to the comment section and promised to get a tricycle of N300,000 and use the balance for agriculture."
Another Twitter user with the handle @akabykee wrote:
"Mazi your magnanimity has no bound. No doubt your blessing flows like a river. Be greatly favoured and enjoy the new month and rest of the year in strength and vigor."
"Wow, I’m even more shocked than the guy with the money. I’m religious and I’m saying may God bless Mazi with good health and may he always find favour in God’s sight. Amen."
Below are other reactions:
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Sharing is caring, and caring about others when you can barely take care of yourself is even more amazing.
Briefly.co.za earlier reported about one Mmaphuti Molefe who gave her last R28 to a woman who needed taxi fare and later on, the same lady, who she gave her number to, sent her R200.
According to Maphuti, the unnamed lady wanted to pay the taxi driver when she reached her destination. However, in true taxi driver nature, he refused and was on the verge of kicking the lady out of the taxi.
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