- A Nigerian businessman has been praised for a kind act which he reportedly did for prisoners in the diaspora
- It was said that the man aided in ensuring the freedom of about 15 youths who were arrested and imprisoned abroad
- Not only that, it was said that he gave the ex-convicts N1.8 million each
A wealthy Nigerian businessman identified on Instagram as Prince Obieze Nestor reportedly released 15 Nigerian youths who were arrested and imprisoned in the diaspora.
The rich man who is into oil and transportation businesses also allegedly gave the prisoners some money to start up their lives again.
It was said that he gave them $5000 each, an equivalent of N1.8 million each. This kind act has caused many to react and rain praises on him.
See the post below:
Read the accompanying reactions below:
ebereanugwa: "God bless your pocket. $5000 no be small money."
car_accessories_naijabackup: "May God continue to bless you sir."
theolaosaki: "This is awesome... @prince.obiezenestor where on planet Earth are you?"
j.is_cool: "@prince.obiezenestor lord bless nd replenish ur pocket my Prince."
omonitorow: "God bless you so much..it was an honorable thing you did..@prince.obiezenestor ..keep soaring..dont know you but am proud of I."
A man named Abubakar Ibrahim recently spoke on his prison experience in Saudi Arabia. He revealed that he was the only Nigerian in the place so the language barrier made things even more difficult for him.
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