- A young Nigerian boy left many social media with his kind gesture
- According to Twitter user @animolenikun, the young boy who was hawking gave anti-SARS protest his snacks free of charge
- He was offered money but turned it down saying the protesters should do it for them so they could go to school
- Many social media users have reacted to the kind gesture of the boy
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As the anti-SARS protest march continues across the nation, many interesting stories have surfaced online.
One of such stories is that of a young boy who was hawking snacks at one of the protest grounds. However, after giving his snacks to some protesters, he refused to collect money from them.
His response after rejecting their money was 'ẹ bawa ṣe kín lè lọ ile iwe' which a Twitter user translated as 'Do it for us so that I can go to school'.
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The selfless gestured moved many Nigerians and some took to social media to shower him with prayers and blessings.
One person, @gokenathaniel even offered to put the little boy through school.
"Please does anyone know where this boy is or how to find him. While we're fighting for millions like him, I'll like to pay for his private school education till SS3. Please retweet. Help me locate him."
See some reactions below:
In other news, a traffic warden in Abuja was left in tears after protesting youths shared some of their refreshments with him. In the post shared by @massmediaforum on Instagram, the officer was given food, drinks and fruits by the protesters as a recognition of his good works.
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When the youths approached him at his post, he tried to flee but changed his mind and remained calm after realizing their motive. The overwhelmed officer broke down in tears after the youths left.
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