Kind Nigerian Man Surprises Poor Orphan, Sponsors Him Abroad for Football Trials, Many React

Kind Nigerian Man Surprises Poor Orphan, Sponsors Him Abroad for Football Trials, Many React

  • A Nigerian man has been showered encomiums on social media as his kind deeds to people came to light
  • This is as the man, Yusuf Yahaya-Kwande, shared a write-up a poor sachet water seller he had helped sent him about his assistance to a poor orphan to go abroad for football trials
  • The grateful sachet water seller appreciated the man for his numerous kind deeds that have improved his living condition and that of people around him

A Nigerian man, Yusuf Yahaya-Kwande, has melted hearts on social media following his numerous kind deeds to people including sponsoring an orphan for football trials abroad.

The business consultant had shared on LinkedIn the appreciative message an Abuja sachet water hawker named Musa Muhammed had sent him.

Social media reacts as Nigerian man stuns poor orphan, sends him abroad for football trials
The man met the orphan at a beneficiary's place Photo Credit: LinkedIn/Yusuf Yahaya-Kwande
Source: UGC

In the lengthy appreciative read, Musa went on to highlight some of the kind gestures Yusuf showed to him, his family and a poor orphan Ibrahim Rahj who he sent to Turkey and Serbia for football trials.

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It all started with a N1000 cash gift

Musa recalled how Yusuf had handed out a N1000 cash to him back in 2008 while he was hawking sachet water in traffic.

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They would eventually meet again where Yusuf gave his business card to Musa.

The kind man visited Musa's residence and doled out N10k to three of their neighbours while he helped the lad's mother set up a business.

Nigerians hail the kind man's gestures

Tola Bello reacted:

"Thank you very much Mallam Yusuf. I don’t know if you are the son of the famous Yahaya-Kwande of of Hill Station Junction in Jos. I knew that family growing up in Jos. You have affected an entire generation. You picked up total strangers from the street and turned their life around. Only God can reward you. Thank you very much."

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Ahmad Abdul reacted:

"Allahu Akabr, Masha Allah…
"How I wish the people in your capacity will also do the same as you’re doing helping one another Sir inrespecting of our differences religion and ethnicity.. we could have build a better tomorrow. Indeed you’re from a good family Sir. May your pocket never goes dry,, May Almighty give us the heart to help one another Ameen"

Obiora Onowu MD stated:

"Very proud of you bro! I know the entire Kwande family is like that…very very kind people. Everyone that passed through the university of Jos in the 80s and 90s definitely experienced that warmth from at least one of Baba’s sons. I did as well!"

Ali Magashi wrote:

"The silent things godly people do to impact humanity, this is wealth at its best, well done my dear brother Babs, keep up the good things you are doing silently; may Allah SWT continue to bless, guide and protect you, ameen."

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Kind Nigerian man wows pregnant hawker with N100k cash

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian man had gifted a pregnant hawker N100k.

The kind man, a Nigerian comedian by the name, Lord Zeus, had accosted the woman hawking and sought to patronise her.

He started up a conversation with the lady and was moved by her story. A video shared on the comedian's Facebook page showed him giving her N100K.

The woman complained that the money was too much. Zeus insisted that she have it with the promise never to find her hawking again.


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