- A young Nigerian man, Tunde Onokoya, has put smiles on the faces of a father and his two children by helping them out of poverty
- The young man had taken to social media to share the terrible living condition of the family and Nigerians came to their rescue
- The family has moved from a slum to a better apartment and the children's education has been taken care of
Photos of past and present living conditions of a Nigerian family have got people talking on social media.
A Nigerian man identified as Tunde Onokoya who mobilised help for the family shared the photos on his Twitter page.
According to the old photos, the family used to live in squalor. In recent photos, the man and his two kids have finally moved from grass to grace.
"From the donations we’ve gotten for them so far, I have set apart 2 Million naira into a @PiggyBankNG account to help cater for their education in the coming years.
"Will eventually transfer this to a trust fund for them as soon as we can. Bless the hearts of everyone who gave."
Tweeps were moved to tears while reading the family's story and they soon flooded the comment section with their thoughts.
"They said a man ain't supposed to cry, but this time, I'll put my pride aside and let these tears fall from my eyes. I'll definitely do the needful. Sorry to all other kids that have to clutch to life's gruesome embrace, I'm so sorry."
"Thank you. Jehovah bless you and everyone who made this life saving journey possible."
"Man is neither a member of the Dangote/Otedola family but look at the level of philanthropy coming from him. God!!!! It is my desire to lift people out of poverty. The journey starts now!"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that Dr Kingsley Jnr Ncube is providing for his family, making sure his family never have to experience what he did growing up.
He revealed that he lived on the streets for seven years but eventually broke out of the cycle of poverty and studied to become a medical doctor.
"I grew up in the street kid, as a Street kid, for a period of seven years."
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