People who need help during this time are not on the internet - Toke Makinwa

People who need help during this time are not on the internet - Toke Makinwa

- Nigerian media personality, Toke Makinwa, has taken to social media to speak on giving to the needy

- The TV girl responded to a Twitter fan’s question on why she no longer gives out to people on social media

- Toke replied saying that there are people who are not on social media who need great help

The coronavirus pandemic has brought about a lot of generosity in humans, especially those who have more than enough and can afford to give out to others.

The pandemic has become an issue for global concern and many governments across the world have limited movement of its citizens as they are advised to stay at home and self-isolate.

Well, this move is no doubt a commendable one, but it has left many other people stranded, especially those who survive on their daily earnings.

In order to cushion the blow of the lockdown, some celebrities in Nigeria have resorted to giving out money to fans.

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Just recently, media personality, Toke Makinwa, opened the floor for fans to ask her questions on Twitter and a curious fan asked why she no longer helps people on social media.

The fan identified as Alhaji Junior wrote: “Aunty toke why you no dey help people on social media again or should I say you are not helping publicly,this will be a good time for you to help me na ..... I really need some foodstuffs st home ,hunger wan finish me”.

Toke then responded by saying that she stopped doing that because there are people in orphanages, old people’s homes and without data who need her help more.

She wrote: “Cos there are people in orphanages, old people’s homes, communities without data, they have needs too.”

See their exchange below:


Recall that had earlier reported on how Toke Makinwa has joined the fight against coronavirus by contributing N250,000 to a cause that aims to provide relief for people during the virus-induced lockdown.

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Despite how much of a bad news the coronavirus is, it has also shown the good side of humanity by bringing people of different races, culture, and backgrounds together, to try and make things better for others.

A number of well-known personalities have caught the virus and some of them have even died from it, which goes to show that every human being is the same when it comes to death.

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