Self-isolation: Woman gets bags of beans, noodles from family she helped in 2016

Self-isolation: Woman gets bags of beans, noodles from family she helped in 2016

- Robin Stevenson, a Canadian, has shown how great it is to help in whatever capacity

- The Canadian said a Syrian refugee family she helped in 2016 came to her aid while she was self-isolating and brought her food

- According to Stevenson, the said family also gave her old parents who live nearby various items of food

A popular saying goes: “when you do good, the same will happen to you”. That is true in the case of Robin Stevenson as she got rescued by the family she helped four years ago in Canada.

In a Twitter post on Friday, March 24, she said that a refugee family that came into their country in 2016 became their saviour as they gave her household bags of meat, vegetables, beans, dates, and candies and other grocery items.

Robin said the family did that when they got to know that they are self-isolating because of their travel history and as a result could not go out to get things for themselves.

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See her tweet:

Not only did they do that, but they also got her aged parents some food too. Robin said she feels so grateful for how they repaid her kindness.

Above all, she said she shared the story to tell people that refugees do much more for the communities they resettle into.

Robin added that Canada is better off because of the way it treats its refugees. In an interview she granted CBS News, she shared more pictures of the family.

Watch the interview below:

Meanwhile, earlier reported that as the world deals with the shortage of medical materials, most especially face masks, in the fight against Covid-19, an Aba tailor, Jacinthia Kakaide, has to the rescue.

The noble thing about her effort is that she is producing and giving face masks out for free so that the people of Umuatako Community in Aba can protect themselves against coronavirus.

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In speaking with the media, Kakaide said she started the production when she realised that not many in her community are buoyant enough to buy a face mask.

The good Samaritan has since made over 300 masks and given to many young people on the streets. She said she only wants to help because it is not safe to walk around without the facemasks. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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