Lady whom Nigerians helped raise N6m for son’s treatment that cost N100k refuses to help another

Lady whom Nigerians helped raise N6m for son’s treatment that cost N100k refuses to help another

- A Nigerian lady identified as Bimbo Cash has taken to social media to call out a woman for her disappointing behaviour

- Bimbo explained how N6 million was raised for a woman who needed only N100,000 to treat her child

- The woman was then asked to give to another lady in dire condition who needed money for her surgery

- The child’s mother refused and said that she used the rest of the money to buy a land and car

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Life no doubt has a way of testing people. Some people get tested through hardship while others are tested when they are at ease.

Social media is a place where many things take place. People who are in need of medical aid have gotten help on the internet, love stories have started on social media and jobs have also been found on the space.

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Interestingly, social media also helps to expose the funny nature of humans. Just recently, a Twitter user identified as Bimbo Cash took to the microblogging site to share the disappointing experience she had with a woman.

Lady whom Nigerians helped raise N6m for son’s treatment that cost N100k refuses to help another

Lady whom Nigerians helped raise N6m for son’s treatment that cost N100k refuses to help another
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According to Bimbo, Nigerians had helped a woman raise N6 million despite her needing just N100,000 to treat her child.

However, the woman left Bimbo surprised after she was approached to help another sick woman in dire need of funds. The child’s mother refused.

Bimbo narrated that the woman was pleaded with to let go of any amount even if it was N50,000. The woman refused and said that she had already bought a car and land after the money was sent to her.

Explaining further, Bimbo said that the other sick woman was discharged from the hospital because she could not afford her surgery.

Bimbo explained that it was only morally right to give back seeing as the money was raised by the public.

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Just recently, Legit.ng reported that a young man took to social media to celebrate passing his bar exams three years after Nigerians donated to save him from lymphatic cancer.

A young man, Kolawole Olaniyi, recently took to social media via his Twitter page to share his testimony. Three years ago, Niyi was down with lymphatic cancer and his case was shared on social media to solicit for funds.

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