- A Nigerian graduate has appealed to social media users to come to her aid as her daughter is sick
- The lady identified as Zuwaira Mustapha shared photos of her daughter and her certificate as she lamented that times were tough for her
- Tweeps took to her comment section to give encouraging thoughts, others prayed for the recovery of her kid
In what appears to be her last resort, a lady has taken to social media to seek assistance for her ailing child.
In a post on Twitter, the lady identified as Zuwaira Mustapha, shared pictures of her daughter receiving drip along with her notification of result certificate from Federal Polytechnic, Bida.
The desperate woman who said she was awaiting service added that no amount was little to the cause of saving her kid's life.
In a subsequent tweet, Zuwaira said she runs a fish pond but that the fishes aren't matured and as such, cannot be put up for sale.
"I run a small fish pound to survive, this fishes are not up to the stage to sale. I fed them the last feed please guys do help me with any little token to safe my daughter’s life please. If you can’t donate your prayers will really go a long way for me please."
Social media users showed sympathy and raised their hopes with positive words.
"I really wish to help .. even for the fact that we graduated from same school and same department.... Nigeria no smile for my side too."
"May you find ease and grace over in everything."
"Help's coming your way."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians came to the aid of a single mum who had cried out that she was tired of sleeping on the bare floor with her kid.
Lady cries out, says she is tired of sleeping on the bare floor with her kid, Nigerians surprise her with bed
The yet-to-be-identified Nigerian lady had taken to Twitter on Friday, March 19 to passionately narrate how she and her only daughter sleep on the bare floor and how she is tired of it.
The single mum, @LayomiOlawunmi had said that sleeping on the floor leaves her daughter exposed to cold and prayed to God to provide for her need.