- A Nigerian lady has received help from Nigerians after she had an interview with Legit.ng
- The lady is a widow who has been selling food on the roadside in Anambra state for years
- Isioma received N150,000 and promise from a Nigerian who vowed to further her catering education
Isioma, a lady in Anambra state, has received help from Nigerians after she told her story in an interview with Legit.ng. The 28-year-old is a widow who lost her husband in 2018 in a fatal car accident.
The widow is a food vendor who sells beans and plantain by the roadside in Awka, the Anambra state capital.
After she did an interview with Legit.ng, two of Legit.ng readers reached out and expressed interest in helping the young lady.
An anonymous Legit.ng reader from Malaysia sent Isioma money to help her with her business. Legit.ng reached out to her immediately and she shared her thoughts on the kindness of Nigerians.
Isioma who was excited expressed shock that she did not know that Nigerians could help, she also prayed for the man that God would continue to provide for her.
The lady received a sum of N150,000 from the Malaysian man who wished to be anonymous. Another reader from Port Harcourt expressed wishes to help Isioma study catering.
During the interview, Isioma who was touched by the kindness cried tears of joy. She shared her story, saying that she grew up an orphan and later married a man who was good too.
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Isioma further noted that she has never received such help in her life before. She added a promise to the people who helped her that she would use the money well.
She said that she would use the money to buy equipment that would help her grow her catering business.
Watch interview below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a young man had lost wife after quintuplets delivery. The woman had died after she had a cardiac arrest and now her husband needs help to care for his 5 kids.
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