They Need More Help: NGO Visits Mum Who Has 4 Kids, 1 Dead, 3 Not Walking, Gives Her N200k in Touching Video

They Need More Help: NGO Visits Mum Who Has 4 Kids, 1 Dead, 3 Not Walking, Gives Her N200k in Touching Video

  • A touching video has emerged of the moment an NGO led by a Nigerian visited a less privileged woman
  • The NGO known as the Givers Supportive Foundation saw the condition of her family and decided to act
  • The woman gave birth to four children, but one passed away and she is now left with three who cannot walk due to cerebral palsy
  • The sum of N200k was donated by the NGO to support the family's food and other needs with a promise to return for a possible medical solution for the children

A less privileged Nigerian woman has received huge help from a non-governmental organisation known as Givers Supportive Foundation.

The foundation donated a huge sum of N200k to the woman to support her family in terms of food and other basic needs.

Givers Supportive Foundation supports helpless families with N200k
The woman was overjoyed when she was visited by GSF. Photo credit: @gsf_foundation
Source: Instagram

Three children but none can walk, hear or talk

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The mother initially had four children but one, unfortunately, passed away, leaving her with three. However, non of the children can walk, talk or hear even though they are far above the ages when those skill sets are learned. Commenting, the GSF said on Instagram:

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"One of the beneficiaries that receive foodstuffs and cash today, had 4 children and all the 4 kids are paralysed, they can't talk or walk having a symptoms of cerebral palsy. The second born is dead, she is now left with 3, the last born is clocking 2years. But they can't walk, move or hear."
"I have to visit the woman in her house to see myself and see how we can help her and the 3kids left. I can say they really need help and support. I was able to support them with some cash to get enough food stuffs and I promise to get back to them as quick as possible."

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See the post below:

Social media users react

The story was later reshared by @mufasatundeednut, and it got considerable interest from members of the public. Some of the reactions go as follows:

@the.strawberryyy reacted:

"God bless the hands that give."

@potash_milan commented:

"Omg they were born with Cerebral Palsy. No one to advice her when she had the first child. It is well."

@hapiboi___dinero reacted:

"Politicians will still see this and then ignore."

Nigerian woman receives scholarship for her son in Bayero University, Kano

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian woman received the scholarship for her son who is a medical student at the Bayero University, Kano.

The full-year scholarship was given by the Oluwaseun Peoples Foundation, an NGO based in Osun state.

The woman, identified as Fasilat Jayeoba received the scholarship on behalf of her son, Jayeoba Mayokun because he could not make the journey from his school to Osun state.


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