Elon Musk who is regarded as the richest Man in the world recently took to his official Twitter Handle to share with his millions of followers on the App that he will be donating $20 million and $10 million respectively to Charity.
After dropping the tweet, many of his followers thanked him for his kind gesture, stating that the schools in the location that He (Elon Musk) said that he will donate money to is very terrible. However, a Nigerian man who thought otherwise, stated that the the billionaire should have used the money to help people instead of spending it on materia things and projects.
The Young Man wrote:
"Millions of people across the globe are starving, some are indebted, homeless, sick etc. but the rich prefer to spend their wealth on materia! things & vanity projects instead of making the world a better place by helping people. Elon Musk kindly use the $30m to help the needy."
After the Nigerian man made the statement many people including Nigerians have attacked Him for his statement, stating it's not any of his business on how Elon Musk chose to spend his money.
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