Nigerians Raise Money for Man who Spent 12 Years in Prison to Start Laundering Business, Video Stirs Emotions

Nigerians Raise Money for Man who Spent 12 Years in Prison to Start Laundering Business, Video Stirs Emotions

  • A young man who spent 12 years in prison has expressed gratitude after receiving donations from people
  • Abdul Afeez Jubril was reportedly sent to prison over a "mistaken robbery case", and he learnt to launder while in captivity
  • Kind people made donations for the young man to start a laundering business after hearing his sad story

A Nigerian man identifies as Abdul Afeez Jubril has shared his joy following a kind gesture from Nigerians.

According to Alfulanny Sebilu Nnajat on Facebook, Abdul was sentenced to 12 years in prison over a "mistaken robbery case".

While in prison, Abdul Afeez learned how to launder, and this skill helped him after his release from prison.

Man receives donations, kind Nigerians, 12 years in prison
Nigerians donate for man who spent 12 years in prison Photo Credit: Alfulanny Sebilu Nnajat
Source: Facebook

Kind Nigerians heard his story and donated massively, raising enough money to start a laundering business for Abdul Afeez.

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Sebilu said on Facebook:

"Thank you all for empowering ABDULAFEEZ JUBRIL to startup a laundering business that he learned in the correctional Center (prison), where he spent 12 years on a mistaken robbery case. Please, he still needs our help to rent a shop and a living apartment. Kindly send your donations to the following Acc. details; 2075440558 SEBILU NNAJAT CONCEPT UBA BANK and as you do may Almighty Allah replenish your pockets in manifolds. Ameen."

In the video shared on Facebook, Abdul Afeez posed beside his laundering equipment and thanked Nigerians for supporting him.

Nigerians react as Abdul starts laundering business

Semiat Agoro wrote:

"Jazakumullah kharian thanks so much sir, May Almighty Allah continue to strengthen you in all ways sir."

Livon Halimah wrote:

"May Allah continue to strengthen you Alhaji Al-Fulany! Jazakhumu Lahi Khaeran."

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Alhaja Buliq said:

"May Allah Continue to strengthen you sir Al fulany jazakhumu lahi kheeran."

Halima Isah added:

"May Allah reward you and those that contributed abundantly."

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, previously reported that Smart Godwin, a Nigerian who got a fully-funded scholarship from the North Carolina Central University, Durham, USA, is set to proceed with his studies.

Smart had initially lacked the money to pay for his flight ticket and accommodation after bagging the scholarship offer.

The money was raised for him after he ran to Nigerians online and cried for help so that he will not miss the opportunity. He will now proceed to the US where he will pursue a master's degree in Physics.

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