Actress Sharon Ooja dishes out advice to people doing giveaways

Actress Sharon Ooja dishes out advice to people doing giveaways

- Sharon Ooja has taken to social media to dish out some interesting advice to people doing giveaways

- According to the talented actress, people involved in this should ensure their families are not begging others for help

- According to her, one cannot be a hero on the streets when their family members are begging others for help

Talented Nollywood actress, Sharon Ooja, recently shared some interesting food for thoughts on the practice of giveaways. According to her, people doing giveaway for others should make sure their families are not begging others for help.

Due to the lockdown following the coronavirus pandemic currently claiming lives around the world, a lot of people including Nigerian celebrities, have resorted to helping those in need via online giveaways.

Well, Ooja had quite an interesting thing to say about it. Taking to her Insta story, she stated that people doing giveaways should ensure that their mothers aren't queuing up for COVID-19 relief food aid.

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Explaining further, she wrote: "Help as much as you can, but charity begins at home. Send money to your family. You see that your aunty that always calls? Send her money. Help your extended family. Times are hard. Don't be a hero in the streets and your family members are begging."

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Meanwhile, it is no news by now that talented Nollywood actress and filmmaker, Toyin Abraham, is one celebrity who loves to give back to her community and it has become even more glaring during the coronavirus pandemic.

Amid the lockdown, the beautiful mother of one recently left many Twitter users filled with joy and something to look forward to when she decided to do a cash giveaway on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter.

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In other news, the current global crisis has shown that there is still love in the world. Both the rich and poor have joined hands together to ensure that people stay alive while a solution to the deadly infection is being found.

However, for people who are not sensitive to other people's needs, singer Naira Marley has a word for them. The controversial musician took to his page on the popular micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to speak on brotherly love.

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