- A young man threw a motorcyclist off balance with the heartwarming gesture he displayed to him
- The young man made a scene as he got to the bike man's station and immediately went on one knee to offer him a gallon of fuel
- The bike man's reaction in the touching video left many people in stitches, just as people commended the youth
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A Nigerian youth has been hailed on social media for putting a smile on the face of a bike man in a lovely fashion.
The youth's fuel gesture was captured in a heartwarming TikTok video that has gone viral online.
In the clip, the young man, @iam3pu_a, arrived at the bike man's station and immediately knelt on one knee before him.
The bike man was startled
This caught the attention of the people present as they tried to decipher what was about to happen. Next, the man stretched out his hand as he offered the shocked bike man a gallon of fuel.
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Watch the video below:
The bike man's reaction left people in stitches
Frank Ogbonna said:
"Baba dey use style touch am small small weather him go turn to yam."
"See where bad government don carry us reach imagine fuel don turn surprise package."
"I know dis man,he deserves it bcs his a nice person."
"This is my junction, Nova junction . Keep up the good work bro."
"Man hasn’t received love in years,it’s so strange."
"Nobody is talking about that angry man pushing the man to collect the fuel if the bike man turn to yam now nah him go first japa."
"Baba dey do like girl wey want collect engagement ring."
"Baba no wan disappear go Naira Marley house."
Boy rewarded for giving man N200 to buy fuel
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a boy was rewarded after he offered his N200 to a man for fuel.
The man, Theodore Chinonso Uba NonsoNkwa, an Owerri-based radio personality, shared on Facebook that the boy, Emmanuel, had walked up to him on a certain day and gifted him N200 to get fuel for himself.
According to Theodore, the N200 from the lad was in appreciation of his radio program which he had come to love. Touched by Emmanuel's gesture, Theodore pledged to pay the boy's school fees for the rest of the year.