- A Nigerian Oyinbo man sparked huge reactions after he shared a clip he was captured in feeding a group of persons
- He said he usually feeds 100 persons per day every Ramadan but decided to up the figure by 50 this year
- Many tweeps commended his humanitarian gesture, others thought having the act recorded on video wasn't necessary
The humanitarian gesture of a Nigerian white man has gained massive traction from social media users.
The kind-hearted man identified as Mohammed Jammal shared a clip in which he was seen at the top of a car, serving food from a cooler in take-aways to unidentified persons.
Jammal said it is a yearly exercise for him. He stated that he takes it upon himself to feed 100 persons every Ramadan but did 150 this year.
The Nigerian hoped to take the number up by 50 in the year 2022.
"Every Ramadan I take time out to feed 100 people a day. This year I’ve gone up to 150. Next year 200 people Inshallah. Iftar Mubarak."
The clip which has been watched by over 6k persons generated mixed feelers.
"Every Ramadan, I feed a number of people depending on how much I can afford at that particular time. I never keep numbers of records or pictures... Just feed and go."
"Good gestures. But, honestly you don't need camera. May Almighty Allah accept our supplications in this holiest month,Amin thuma Amin."
"His intention is known to Allah alone. If he does it for fame surely, it will be rejected by Allaah (AWJ) but if he does it to inspire other to emulate and surely the gesture goes emulated using the medium (SM) then, he is one of the luckiest of my time. Jazaakallaah Khair Jammal."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerians expressed surprise as a white man danced at a wedding reception in a viral video.
In the clip, the man slugged it out with a young lady as he danced to a popular Nigerian instrumental used by most DJs. As the beat came on, the white dancer stretched out his arms and shook his head vigorously, winning applause from the crowd.
He followed it up with the hand and leg (gbese) move popularised by Nigerian Singer Zlatan. The crowd roared more after he did that as other dancers stopped to observe him.