- A mother who lost her only child seems to be getting some sort of reprieve from Nigerians as a man, Mazi Collins Kanu, got her a mobile phone
- Dumbfounded by the act of kindness, the woman prostrated before the man to show that she really appreciates him
- Mazi also set up an account number that people can donate into towards the woman's welfare
Nigerians seem to be rising to the aide of a woman who lost her child days ago to poisoning. A recent video that surfaced online showed a good Samaritan, Mazi Collins Kanu, giving her a phone.
The phone was given to her so that people who want to help her can reach out to her easily. The man got her a sim and set up the mobile device for her as he handed her the gadget’s receipt.
The helper also opened an account number for her for quick help. On his Facebook page, he revealed how he had to track the woman’s address through an ambulance driver.
Mazi said he had to get her the gadget as many people had indicated an interest in helping the woman.
A part of his post read:
“Good day my people, first I’m not doing all this for my personal gain or what so ever… we all remembered this woman whose 5yr old and an only child died yesterday as a result of poison at UNTH ituku/ozalla, I picked interest on her when I saw her tears yesterday at the hospital and I made myself a promise to help her the little way I can..."
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a man and his wife who gave birth to a set of triplets are grateful for all the help that came their way when they needed it. They have thanked Nigerians who came to their rescue by paying their hospital bills.
Emmanuel Adah and his wife earlier appealed to Nigerians to help them financially after giving birth to a set of triplets in addition to their first child.
Speaking with Briefly.co.za, Emmanuel said they have been able to pay the hospital bills through the donations from Nigerians but still need help to set up their own business.
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