I’m Not a Yahoo Boy, I Feed People With My Little Money: Nigerian Man Who Gave Beggars Food Speaks

I’m Not a Yahoo Boy, I Feed People With My Little Money: Nigerian Man Who Gave Beggars Food Speaks

- A 28-year-old Nigerian man, Roland Ikenna Ochada, whose passion is to help people, has called for support to continue his charity

- Roland said that he has been finding it hard to keep up the passion as he is without a gainful employment

- The 28-year-old revealed that he wants to be able to one day fund people's businesses and ensure they do not sleep on the street

PAY ATTENTION: Legit.ng is on a mission to support vulnerable children of Calabar – join the initiative on Patreon, let’s change more lives together!

A young Nigerian man, Roland Ikenna Ochada, from Enugu state, whose story recently went viral for feeding many beggars with free food and adding money has spoken with Legit.ng about his passion for charity.

In an interview with him, Richard dispelled the false opinion of people who called him a Yahoo boy (fraudster). He said everything he does is funded from his lean pocket and supported by generous friends and family.

Read also

Nigerian master's degree holder who now earns a living as a scavenger finally speaks, says he is proud of it

I'm not a yahoo boy, I feed people from my pocket - Nigerian man who gave beggars food, money speaks
The man said that he wants people to support what he does. Photo source: @ochada_roland
Source: Twitter

When he was asked what his inspiration is, the University of Ibadan graduate of geography said that hunger is prevalent in the country, adding that he is motivated whenever he remembers there are people on the street who do not have anything to eat.

The Enugu state indigene disclosed he is taking care of people's welfare despite the fact that he is currently unemployed.

Roland said it has always been very hard raising funds. To show how much he loves what he does, Roland stated that he celebrated his convocation at an orphanage in Sokoto when he was serving and could not travel down to Ibadan for the occasion.

The young selfless Nigerian said he has bigger dreams for what he does, revealing that he sees it as more than just giving people free food. He hopes to one day be able to support people’s businesses, settle house rents and hospital bills.

Read also

Don’t travel with clothes, pack lots of foods instead: Nigerians abroad speak on survival

The 28-year-old called on Nigerians to support what he does so that society can be improved and people would not have to go to bed hungry.

PAY ATTENTION: Download our mobile app to enjoy the latest news update

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Aderonke Rene Ahmed, touched lives during this present Ramadan season.

For 12 days, the lady kept posting photos of food she prepared and donated to people while calling for more volunteers to give towards the cause.

Source: Legit

Online view pixel