Popular Nigerian billionaire businessman, Marksman Chinedu Ijeoma the CEO of Chinmark group, has done it once more, recall few days ago, he made a promise to help a physically challenged woman whose picture went viral after she was spotted hawking pure water, and just today Marksman Chinedu have shared how he supported a man whose farmland was affected where he acquired new property in Port Harcourt.
According to what Marksman Chinedu shared on Facebook, he said where he acquired new property in Port Harcourt was in old man's farmland where he normally plant stuffs. When Marksman went and asked the old man amount of money he would collect for the produce in the farm, the man replied that all the produce costed 150,000, the businessman didn't hesitate to pay the 150k the old man requested for, but he also added extra money to the him.
The old man was much excited, he prayed for Chinmark group that all their efforts in the new establishment will not fail. Indeed is a huge blessing from God, may God continue to Marksman Chinedu Ijeoma, he's truly a God sent, with no doubt, Marksman Chinedu has really been a good example of humanity.
Following what the popular businessman shared, he lessoned that when you bring development to people, don't take away their food and livelihood. It's very important to be kind to people, everyone deserves respect and happiness. Leave a comment below, share to others.
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