- A Nigerian man on social media simply identified as Haroun has called on people to support a single mum who desperately needs a job to support herself and her family
- Presenting the lady's case to the Twitter community, Haroun said the mother-of-one is ready to do any legitimate job to earn a living
- The lady, who lives in a single room with her elderly mother and her child, urged social media users to come to her rescue
A young man simply identified as Haroun has further proven that Nigerians are people with good hearts who will go the extra mile to put smiles on their neighbours' faces.
Haroun with the Twitter handle @maestro_harcom took to the social media platform to solicit help for a single mother who needs a job to cater for herself, her child and her elderly mum.
In a video that was shared online, Haroun could be seen having a conversation with the lady and her mother in their home.
The young man wrote:
"So myself and @buttydem took some minutes out to visit @LayomiOmowunmi in the early hours of today and i can say that every of her stories are true as we made sure all were confirmed...
"Whatever she might have presented on here is the same thing we met when we got there."
According to him, she's a single mom with a little baby girl, and they live in a non-standard one-room apartment.
"After series of conversation with her together with @buttydem, she made us realise she's ready to take any job in order to look after herself."
Reacting to the development, a Twitter user with the handle @ChigemezuUchec1 wrote:
Hours after wife went on Twitter to beg for old clothes for husband, Peruzzi tells her "send account number"
"For all of you that reached out to her, help will never be far from you in Jesus name. Amen!"
"God bless you all for rendering a helping hand."
"Keep up the good work. Jazakallahu khaira."
In other news, a lady identified as Tori Umoh expressed gratitude to Nigerians who helped pay her school fees of N146,000.
Tori took to her Twitter page to solicit help from social media users as her exam was fast approaching and she needed to clear an outstanding of N146,000.
The University of Lagos student went back to the same platform to update those that helped her in clearing the debt.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
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