From begging to instant employment, young man's kind act is rewarded

From begging to instant employment, young man's kind act is rewarded

- A 22-year-old man's act of kindness was richly rewarded recently

- The man, who used to beg at robots, received a job from Vic Campher, a man whose car he helped pushed when it got stuck

- The story, which made its way to Facebook, received nearly 3000 reactions

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Being kind costs nothing, and in a world full of cruelty being kind goes a long way. 22-year-old beggar Sibongiseni Nkosi proved this to be true after his kindness changed his life for the better.

In a Facebook post shared by HOBO group ZA, the group's admin said that Sibongiseni, who fed himself by begging for cash at local street robots, helped Vic Camphor push his car after the vehicle had been experiencing some trouble.

Vic then remembered seeing Sibongiseni begging at the robots and decided to reward his helpful attitude with a job as a petrol attendant at his parents' Engen garage.

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"22-year-old beggar Sibongiseni Nkosi helped push a car owned by Vic Campher, whose family owns a Engen petrol station.Vic recognised him as guy who begged at nearby traffic lights. Cut long story short, he is now trainee petrol attendant. Kindness helps." the post read.
From begging to full-time employed, young man's kind act is rewarded

Sibongiseni smiles cheerfully during his training. Source: Facebook/HOBO group ZA
Source: UGC

The post received thousands of reactions from locals who agreed with the poster's sentiments - kindness certainly does pay. Here are some of their comments.

Ntipu Kenneth said:

"Kindness is a great weapon."

Thabile Moukangwe Tainly said:

"It's beautiful how they gave him something to rely on his daily basis instead of buying him lunch/giving him money."

While Mani Lukho had this to say:

"We salute good work, we must all follow suite where we can."

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a Nigerian man, Nze Arinzechukwu Osinachi, said he is giving so much to his nylon picking business because he wants to fund his trip to Canada and leave Nigeria.

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The 43-year-old man in an interview with Legit TV said that he does not mind leaving his wife and children in Nigeria so that he can go and make money for them. He added that his wife knows about the plan and they have an agreement.

He, however, added that he could take them with him as an alternative option. Nze said he has six kids; two boys and four girls.

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