The truth about life is that many people are going through one difficulty or challenges that don't disclose with people. The fact is beyond what we see on social media, many people are seriously working hard to make ends meet.
Recall that a Good Samaritan identified as Mazi Gburugburu on Twitter paid a young lady's school fees after she requested just 5 thousand naira to add to what she saved. Surprisingly, Mazi sent her the whole 130,000 naira. However, Mazi has been receiving praises and blessings today after he gave 5 entrepreneurs 200 thousand naira each.
Note that about a week ago, he organised a challenge where people showed their "hustle". Well, he selected five accounts through his Twitter page that will be credited with 200 thousand naira. In his words, he congratulated them and told them to send their account numbers to who will credit them.
See his post:
After Mazi's kind gesture, see how people have been praising him:
In conclusion, this post is proof that good people still exist.
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