- A man of selfless heart has shown people what it is to be human and caring as he donated plates of food to the less privileged
- The young man's photos have started conversations on Twitter on what people should do when on humanitarian service
- While some people said he should not have been photographed, others argued there is actually nothing wrong with it
A young man with the Twitter handle @ochada_roland has shown that humanity is all about giving oneself to make our society better.
In a post that has since gone viral, the young Nigerian was pictured preparing the food he planned to give out to people who lack it.
What got people's attention more was not just the food but that the giver placed a note on each plate of the meal to show that he does not only want to feed them but is also interested in enriching their pockets.
The first photo has him preparing the meal. In the last frame, the Good Samaritan took the food out, handing each to street beggars. What could be more wonderful?
A friend, @eniturn, who shared his photos, said it is the man's dream to start a foundation where he can cater to people's needs.
See the post below:
As of the time of writing this report, the post has over 28,000 likes with over 6,000 retweets. Briefly News compiled some of them below:
"God Bless You, But Next Time Put The Camera At Home... Let It Be Between You And Allah!"
"Of everything you people have seen this guy do.. It's him taking pictures of it that's your problem. Lmao."
"God bless you and anything you lay your hands on."
"Where una dey see money??? Guy, cut soap for me ooo."
"This is the highest tithe one can give God. More Grace to this human."
"He's taking pics to encourage all of you asking questions to also give to humanity. Encourage him and don't condemn him."
Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that an SA lady shared how she failed the SAICA exam and got showered with support. Not everyone is brave enough to tell the world when they've failed at something.
A young lady recently decided that she would not be one of those people. Heading online she shared a heartfelt post about failing her accountancy exam. According to the post, she had failed the SAICA (South African Institute of Chartered Accountants) exam.
A screenshot from the institution indicates that she had taken the exam in 2020 but unfortunately did not make it. Instead of giving up, she wrote in her caption that she will be trying again.
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