- A landlord in the United States simply identified as Alan has waved a month rent for his tenant over coronavirus pandemic
- Alan did not only wave a month rent for his tenant, he also gifted her with groceries
- The tenant, Christina Marie, received over a dozen bags of groceries which included essentials such as bread, milk, vegetables, nappies from Alan
An American landlord simply identified as Alan has cut his tenant's monthly rent and surprised her with groceries for her family during the coronavirus pandemic.
The tenant, Christina Marie, shared a photo of her landlord's delivery which came after she said she was running out of groceries.
She wrote on Facebook: "My landlord Alan called me earlier and told me not to worry about rent this month and we will worry about it later (sic) I said okay!
"Than (sic) he asked me if we had food I told him how I had three packs of meat left and needed to go this week and he told me okay be safe. Than (sic) I get a text saying go to your front porch please!!! And I see this."
After Christina opened her front door, she saw over a dozen bags of groceries which included essentials such as bread, milk, vegetables, nappies and more.
The woman said: "I couldn't tell you how I feel right now for him to do this for my family my heart is so touched GOD BLESS YOU."
In other news, a Nigerian lady identified as Olusola Ukaegbu has taken to her LinkedIn page to celebrate her 60-year-old landlady who works as a cleaner in a hospital.
Olusola said her landlady who goes by the name Norma Ritters said she would not let the fear of coronavirus stop her from going to work.
When Olusola told her landlady to be careful and take care of herself because of age and coronavirus, the woman responded: "If I stop going to work because of fear, a new epidemic will start, just keep praying for us."
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Olusola called on people to appreciate her landlady and all non-essential workers around the world who are working to ensure a cleaner environment for everyone.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 99-year-old war veteran who set out to raise £1,000 (N482k) for the National Health Service (NHS) to fight coronavirus raised more than £12 million (N5,785,535,308).
Captain Tom Moore raised the money by walking lengths of his garden 100 times ahead of his 100th birthday - he completed the final lap on Thursday, April 16.
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