“I Should Have Bought New Phone”: Lady Shares Free Rice to Mark Birthday, People Say She’s Using Them

“I Should Have Bought New Phone”: Lady Shares Free Rice to Mark Birthday, People Say She’s Using Them

  • A lady who cooked for people on the street to celebrate her birthday regretted that she made such a move
  • The lady said that she was shocked when people told her that she was trying to use their destinies for hers
  • Many people in her comment section advised her on what to do for her subsequent birthdays as some said Nigerians are superstitious

A Nigerian lady, @chi_francis, has in a Twitter post narrated how her act of kindness on her birthday quickly turned into a bad experience as she shared free food.

The lady said to make her birthday a day to touch lives, she spent N200k to make food for people. While sharing the food, some said she wanted to steal their destinies through the food.

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Birthday rice/lady regrets sharing rice.
She said should would never share free rice again. Photo source: Frepik
Source: UGC

Lady regretted birthday rice kindness

Angered that what she intended to be a kind gesture was misinterpreted, the lady said that she would never do such a thing again in her life.

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The lady's tweet was in response to a person who said his donation of pads to schoolgirls was turned around to mean evil.

See her tweet below:

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

@lucosonny said:

"Raw foodstuffs is better than cooked ones.. they will accept that one."

She replied:

"Both raw and cooked, I won't try it again. I'll give my family members."

@FredEjiofor said:

"In your next birthday, do it in your circle or 1. Visit the orphanage homes. 2. Visit public schools with gift items like writing materials. 3. Sponsor a quiz competition in your honour. Attach prize to it. That way you are building the society."

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@Iamteetuz said:

"Just imagine, Naija still have a long way to go. And that is effect of Religion's."

@Ibrothemalla said:

"I’m sorry but this sounds funny. The country is hard and everyone is on high alert, nobody wan lose guard."

@Mariajo41502923 said:

"Sorry about that,you can't really blame them,the world is evill now."

She replied:

"I no blame myself too. I should I have used my money to buy new phone."

Man cooked jollof rice for oyinbos

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a smart entrepreneur, Gilles Tchianga, became very popular online after his jollof rice pitch for $60,000 (N26,437,800) for his recipe company got 10 times what he bargained for.

Gilles, who is from Cameroon, pitched his business to foreign investors in a video shared by @cbcgem in exchange for a 10% stake in his company.

Young man cooked food

In other news, a young man with Twitter handle, Roland Ochard, showed that humanity is all about giving oneself to make our society better.

In a post that went viral, the young Nigerian was pictured preparing food he planned to give out to people who lack it. He added that money.

Source: Legit.ng

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Joseph Omotayo (HOD Human-Interest) Joseph Omotayo has been writing for the human interest desk since 2019 and is currently the head of the desk. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, with a degree in Literature in English in 2016. He once worked for Afridiaspora, OlisaTV & CLR. He is a 2022/2023 Kwame Karikari Fact-Checking fellow. He can be reached via: joseph.omotayo@corp.legit.ng.