There is a saying that no matter how much you bathe a pig, it will always find its way back to the slum.
The SSA to Kogi State Governor on entertainment, Jumabee, confronted a beggar he assisted with accommodation months ago, who allegedly sold everything and returned to the streets to beg with her kids.
The Governor's aide explained that during his birthday celebration last year, he couldn’t come back to Nigeria because of the Covid-19 pandemic, so he asked his friends to celebrate it in his absence.
However, they visited orphanage homes and shared some items with them. But he had told himself that the only birthday gift he wanted was to take the beggar and her children off the street.
He got her a well furnished-apartment and gave her some money to start a small business, but she sold everything in the apartment in less than two weeks and went back to the street.
The SSA also said that a charity organization sent a message to him on Facebook and informed him that the woman did the same thing to them. According to him, the charity organization went as far as enrolling her children in a private school, but she withdrew them and sold off everything they bought for her in the apartment they got for her.
Finally, he said from the look of things, the woman is playing games and advises everyone to be careful.
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