- A Nigerian lady has disclosed that no matter the situation one finds himself in God still speaks
- The lady identified as Tito Idakula shared a recent experience she had with a male Bolt driver
- Idakula said God led her to deliver a message that left the Bolt driver shocked and in tears
A Nigerian lady has stunned social media users with her recent experience with a Bolt driver.
The lady identified as Tito Idakula took to Twitter to share why she is of the opinion that it pays to listen to the voice of God and do what he says irrespective of what the world think.
She consolidated on her advice with her night encounter on her way to visit and provide comfort to her friend who had received a bad news.
She said she heard a voice minister to her to tell her male driver that his sick daughter will be healed and that all will be well.
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She had struggled with the voice as she had no prior relationship with the driver. Plus, she was on her way to delivering God's message to her friend.
Idakula stated that in the twinkle of an eye, they arrived her destination and she told the man exactly what the voice had ministered to her.
Idakula said he broke down in tears on hearing her message and was full of praises to God.
Reacting to her tweets, @imma_line wrote:
"This brought tears to my eyes. Oh Sweet Jesus. I know exactly what that message means to that man. Thank You Jesus and Thank you Tito for allowing yourself to be used to deliver the message. Awesome God. Ever faithful, never failing."
"I join the man to say thank you. Your messages on this app have been a blessing and made me a deep thinker, not taking the little things that happen in our lives for granted. There is a message in the little and insignificant things of life."
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"That was a good one."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported how a Nigerian lady fell in love with her Bolt driver.
According to the young lady, their relationship started after she got punished by solders for violating curfew in November.
She said she lodged in a hotel and ordered Bolt the following morning. Mokeji said they did not talk all through the ride home.
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2