- A physically challenged Nigerian man, Michael Showunmi, was recently commended on social media for putting a smile on a young girl's face
- Showunmi enrolled the girl, Ajibola Eniola, in a catering centre after asking her if she would like to acquire any skill
- Eniola is an orphan whose secondary school education is being sponsored by Showunmi's foundation
A physically challenged Nigerian man identified as Michael Showunmi has been commended on social media for enrolling a schoolgirl in a catering school.
The young man said the schoolgirl named Ajibola Eniola is an orphan whose school fees his foundation has been paying since 2020.
After being asked what skill she would like to learn, Eniola said she preferred catering and baking. Showunmi's foundation received help from good Samaritans and Eniola was enrolled in a catering centre.
"I took her to a catering center not too far from her school. The chief baker was elated to see a student coming to learn."
According to the young man, the chief baker at the catering centre gave them 46.1% discount because she is a widow that loves empowering children.
She has been enrolled for two years and will be finishing her secondary school education alongside her skill acquisition training.
In Showunmi's words:
"The next day, I went to check up on her. The chief baker told me Eniola resumed 7am and that she really likes her attitude towards learning."
Many hailed Michael's act of kindness.
"Wow this is great. May God continue to bless you and the entire crew."
"Your story is an inspiration, Disability is always ability with good Mindset. Kudos"
Legit.ng previously reported that Showunmi warmed hearts on social media after showing love to a physically challenged man he said he met in 2019.
Showunmi shared some pictures on LinkedIn, in which he could be seen eating with the man on the street while people watched.
He wrote on LinkedIn:
"I saw him last year at a filling station so I decided to check up on him at this particular time knowing how things are. Seeing me from afar, he was so happy that most people focused on us."