Social media has become a source of blessing for many today. An hardworking lady identified as Mary Daniels testify how she was rewarded for her hard work on social media.
Despite Mari's disabilities, she ignored her situation, which allowed her to find food for herself and her family by hawking bottle water on the street, before her matter was raised by Nigerians.
Mari's picture has gone viral on social media when she was spotted selling her bottle water on a crowded street in Lagos.
Many social media users have praised their plans and actions to make money for themselves despite her disabilities.
After his photos surfaced online, he reportedly received large sums of money as donations and support from the public.
Well-known blogger Tunde Ednut announced on his Instagram page and more than NGN 14,000,000 has been donated by caring Nigerians and sponsors.
According to Football Fans Tribe, a official Facebook page for football fans, Victor Osimhen, an Italian Super Eagles player who played for Napoli in the Italian Serie A has also then reached disabled lady. The photo of his transaction slip in conjunction with his friends has also been posted online by Football Fans Tribe.
In fact, the photographer who posted the photo on social media deserves some accolades. Mary's future has finally changed and for many who have read this, I'm praying for a financial and surprisingly change in our future.
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