- Amaka Amalu, a kind Nigerian woman, helped a cleaner in her former office with an extra job so she can get a university degree
- When they first met in 2017, the cleaner was without a result though she was well-spoken and responsible
- With Amaka's help, Monsurat is presently a 300-level student at the National Open University
A Nigerian woman, Amaka Amalu, has narrated how she helped a cleaner, Monsurat in her former office to get a good life and make her a better prospect.
She said when she met the lady, she was very hardworking, well-spoken, lively, and showed a great level of responsibility.
A meeting that changed Monsurat's life
Amaka said that after she had some conversation with her, she realized that Monsurat left secondary school in 2014 and really wanted to continue her education though she did not have a result yet.
The good Samaritan added she was amazed when she made her papers and that prompted her to encourage her to get a university education.
Amaka's kindness paid off
To help her grow her income, Amaka had to get her a weekend job with a friend. Her kindness paid off and Monsurat is now a 300 level student of the National Open University of Nigeria.
It should be noted that before their meeting in 2017, she had already taken makeup classes at a vocational school.
In 2019, Amaka was able to get a job at an oil firm as a cleaner/administrative assistant, a job which sadly was affected by the pandemic.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man with the name Tobi Marshal has shared a very emotional story that would make anyone shed some tears.
He said when he was in high school and lost his dad, his friend was there for him while his mother struggled to pay his fees.
On days that he could not get food to school, Tobi’s friend always split his food money with him or bought him some meal so he did not go hungry.
The young Nigerian man said that at that time in his life, his friend’s parents were richer as his mom drove the latest car.
Weeks ago, after so many years, Tobi met his friend’s mom driving a danfo and in a very bad state. He helped the woman and her son.
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In other news, Vicent Adeoba, a Nigerian man, said that he lost his dad at a very young age and his mom passed away when he was four. Two years after that at age six, he started hawking bread to survive.
A year after that, he started his primary school education, which happened in the year he ran away from home. At age eight, he sold things like okra, garden egg, garri, fish, and others.
Between the age of 10 and 19, he had to wade through many challenges like surviving flood, dropping out of school, and failing WAEC.
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