- Amusa Moses Betelwhobel who is a Nigerian brick-maker is in for good tidings because a kind Nigerian has promised to buy him additional brick-machine
- This happened after Amusa shared the story of how he was able to save the sum of N3.5 million to buy an automatic machine for his business
- Chief of Staff to Governor Ben Ayade, Martin Orim, saw the Facebook post and then promptly said he is sending another machine to Amusa as support
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Martin Orim, the chief of staff to Cross River state governor has promised to support Amusa Moses, a Nigerian graduate who is a brick-maker with an automatic brick machine.
The support came after Amusa shared his story on Facebook, narrating how he was able to save N3.5 million for three years to buy one machine for his brick-making business.
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Amusa gets support for his business
As soon as he shared his inspiring story, the politician who is contesting for a senatorial position took to the comment section to share that he is going to buy him one additional machine as a token of support.
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Briefly News contacted Amusa and he confirmed that the politician came through for him and expressed how grateful he was.
"I'm the happiest person on earth. Hon Martin Orim The chief of staff to the governor of Cross River State, the leading aspirant of Cross River State north senatorial district, promised me one today."
Amusa also made a Facebook post announcing the kind gesture from the politician. He wrote on his wall:
"Come and see what the Lord has done for me and my family. A good man is a blessing from the Lord. The talk and do master, Hon Martin Orim has promised to donate a brand new G×390 molding machine to my block industry company."
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In another story, Briefly News reported BI Phakathi blessed a young man on a mission to start up a new business venture with a generous R8 000.
This gesture was a response to Dr. MuVenda (@Ndi_Muvenda_) online appeal asking for donations towards purchasing a brick-making machine.
“I am humbly asking for assistance to purchase this brick-making machine that costs R12 000. If I get this one, I’ll create employment through hiring other people to assist conveniently,” he wrote in a tweet.
Source: Briefly News