Coronavirus: Nigerian man donates relief materials to elderly people, widows amid lockdown

Coronavirus: Nigerian man donates relief materials to elderly people, widows amid lockdown

- As the lockdown continues in some parts of Nigeria over coronavirus, a lot of people are doing what they can to assist others

- A man identified as Ambassador Shola Agboola has joined in this noble cause as he reached out to the elderly ones and widows

- Ambassador Agboola was in Ila-Orangun in Osun state to donate relief materials so as to cushion the effect of the pandemic

A Nigerian identified as Ambassador Shola Agboola has joined other Nigerians distributing relief materials to people amid coronavirus lockdown.

Ambassador Agboola made the kind gesture in his hometown of Ila-Orangun in Osun state, where he donated to the elderly ones and widows.

He took to his Facebook page to share the humanitarian work and posted pictures.

The ambassador wrote: "Givers never lack!! Awesome work and great idea from the amazing Ambassador Shola Agboola (SAGA).. As he embarked in stretching out his hands by reaching the elderly ones and widows in his home town at Ila-Orangun in Osun state.

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"This is a lesson from a good leader...

"Keep it up sir, GREAT #SAGA...."

In other news, a lady identified as Reea Rodney has shared a harrowing experience about how she is struggling to survive after testing positive for the deadly COVID-19.

She revealed that she has been sick for eight days. Reea revealed via social media that she tested positive for the COVID-19 and asked for reinforcement through prayers for a speedy recovery.

After being in the hospital for eight days, she noted that she needs all the support she can get.

"I have been in the hospital for the past five days now battling against COVID-19, severe viral pneumonia and a small pulmonary embolis," Reea said.

She said that she is unable to breathe due to the damages the virus has caused in her lungs but noted that she’s a fighter.

"I’m a fighter so I’m not going ANWAY but I’m calling on extra reinforcements. Pray for my husband and kids too because they are also going through at this time," Reea wrote.

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Twitter co-founder and chief executive officer Jack Dorsey said he was committing $1 billion (N367 billion) of his personal fortune for coronavirus relief through his philanthropic fund.

Dorsey, who took to his official Twitter page on Tuesday, April 7, to make the disclosure, said the fund would focus on health and education for girls and 'universal basic income' efforts after the pandemic. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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