- A Nigerian nurse in the UK, Abdulmalik Jibrin Mohammed, has celebrated the white woman, Daniela Lopes Duarte, who mentored him
- Abdulmalik said that when he started working in the UK and was shy, the woman bolstered his confidence
- The Nigerian man, therefore, wished Daniela a happy birthday as he appreciated her kind act
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A Nigerian man who is a staff nurse at AMU Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich, Abdulmalik Jibrin Mohammed, has praised a white woman from Portugal who welcomed him at work in the UK.
He said that Daniela Lopes Duarte encouraged him with inspiring words when she saw that he was shy and not comfortable at work when he got to the United Kingdom.
Abdulmalik said after the encounter, he was more confident at work, and his determination to be better also grew. On his LinkedIn page, he asked people to wish the Portuguese lady a lovely birthday.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the federal government through the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) praised the good virtue of Ikenna Nweke, a Nigerian in Japan who returned a lost wallet that contained a huge sum of money and a credit card.
Abike Dabiri-Erewa in a statement on Sunday, June 28, said Ikenna’s character is the true representation of Nigerians all over the world.
The NIDCOM boss added that the good deeds of Nigerians are far more than the few negative ones tainting the image of the country.
Ikenna is a PhD student at the University of Tsukuba, Japan and he carries out the responsibility of a teaching assistant.
He found the wallet as he was ascending the staircase on the way to get things for his wife at Tsukuba centre.
Ikenna is an indigene of Amauzari in Isiala Mbano local government in Imo state. He relocated to Japan in 2013 with the help of a Japanese government-sponsored scholarship programme.
In other news, Evangelist Adekunbi Akin-Taylor, the owner of Charlie Marie Group of Schools, Likosi in Sagamu, Ogun state, lightened the burden of many parents.
The proprietor gave out palliatives to 27 of her workers and 100 parents whose children are her students.
She said that some of her students come to school really hungry and giving out the relief materials was her own way of contributing to their parents' welfare in this trying time.
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It should be noted that each package contained rice, beans, indomie, oil, salt, biscuit, sweet, and garri.
She said she paid her workers full salary in March and 60% and 70% in April and May respectively.
Olajumoke Amos, a parent, thanked the proprietor for taking care of their needs, saying that despite the fact the woman is not in the country, she still extended her love to them.
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