Recall that early last week, a video surfaced showing a private school teacher crying uncontrollably in lamenting the plight of private school teachers who have been at home without pay due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The video which generated lots of sympathy on twitter saw philanthropic Nigerians demanding for his account details in other to assist him in the best way they can while calling on others to follow suit.
Pictures have surfaced showing that the teacher who received various assistance from some social media influencers instead of spending the funds on himself decided to buy various food items and invited his colleagues to share from it.
The items includes bags of rice, cartons of tomato paste, Noodles, bags of Garri, bags of Salt, cartons of Seasoning cubes, cartons of sachet Groundnut oil, cartons of Spaghetti among others.
His actions has resulted in praise as many has described his actions as an offshoot of his inborn benevolence and good heart.
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