- A young Nigerian man who is physically challenged has been gifted a wheelchair by a Good Samaritan
- The physically challenged man went viral some days ago when he danced to the altar with his wife for his baby's dedication
- When the couple's video emerged on social media, many people were moved to tears
A physically challenged man who went viral with his dance moves during his child’s dedication has been gifted a wheelchair by a Good Samaritan.
According to Gistreel, the unidentified kindhearted man bought the wheelchair to aid the new dad's movement.
Recall that a heartwarming video made the rounds on social media in which the man could be seen dancing to the altar with his wife for their baby's dedication.
The couple's viral video moved people to tears on social media. On the occasion which reportedly held in Delta state, the church members cheered them on with some stepping out to spray them wads of cash. There were two ladies who danced with them on the altar.
In other news, 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, 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 watched.
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."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that a couple has inspired and got many emotional on social media over their uncommon lovely display.
The unidentified couple, in an emerging video shared on LinkedIn by Ade Emmanuel Ibikunle, had gone for the dedication of their newborn baby at the church.
The paraplegic man danced with so much joy as he made rhythmic moves with his hands and waist along with his wife who held the newborn baby as she shook her body with vigour.
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