A good Samaritan has stirred a lot of reactions online after he promised to help a man's son till he graduates from university. This kind gesture has made many people praise him.
The fact is that many people are struggling and striving hard to survive and make ends meet in the country. Remember that recent statistics by Bloomberg showed that 33.3% of Nigerians are jobless and this is the second-highest rate Globally. However, even with the less availability of jobs within the country, many people have found ways to make ends meet. Many people have become entrepreneur, while others have to settle down for jobs they don't want.
As stated above a man identified as @clerks_mfon asked Mazi Gberugberu to assist his son get a laptop and an android phone because he just gained admission into the University to study Computer science. The man said he was unemployed. Well, Mazi Gberugberu replied by saying he remembered his father sold his only car just to pay his first-year school fees. The fascinating part of the whole story was that Mazi said that if his story is true then he will arrange for a new phone and laptop for his son. He went on to say that a demi care foundation account should be opened for the boy, saying the entire school fees from year 1 up till when he graduates should be calculated. He said that he will pay the school fees. He said every year, his son should provide his result and if he makes 4.0 Cgpa, the school fees should be paid till he graduates.
Read their conversation:
After Mazi Gberugberu promised to do this for his son, see how people reacted below:
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