- A lady has called on Nigerians to help a visually impaired widow who has two kids
- According to the lady who took to her Twitter page to make the plea, the widow is struggling to survive
- She says the woman lost her husband about two months ago
A lady has taken to Twitter to urge Nigerians to help a visually impaired widow who has two kids and is struggling to survive.
The lady identified as Iyalaya said she paid the widow a visit and found out that she lost her husband about two months ago.
She tweeted: "I saw Mrs Opebiyi on #gistNigeria relayed via @channelstv somedays ago. A visually impaired widow wt 2 kids. I paid her a visit today at Meran on behalf of @GiftTheNeedy. A sad scenario it was. She lost her hubby abt 2mnths ago. She's struggling to survive."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Chigbu-Jonah Chimamaka, a final year medical student of Bowen University in Iwo, Osun state, called on Nigerians to help her raise the sum of N4.8 million required to facilitate her graduation.
The student took to her Twitter page on Sunday, April 26, to make the plea, saying every contribution will go a long way to save her career.
The lady said that her father has not been able to pay her school fees since his retirement five years ago.
She wrote: “I am appealing to anyone reading this, fundraising for my fees to raise the sum of 4.8 million naira is still on and every contribution would go a long way to save my career."
In other news, a physically impaired man has asked Nigerians to assist him in furthering his education, saying he intends to go for Higher National Diploma.
The man identified as Ojo Israel said he finished his National Diploma from Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo state.
Israel, who is an orphan, said he needs nothing less than N300,000 to pay for school fees and buy gadgets that will aid his learning, such as digital recording machine, Braille, laptop, among others.
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