- A Nigerian man, Godwin Enakhena has been praised online for the nice way his family treats their help named Vero
- The man shared the story of how his family has taught Vero how to read and write and also put her in a fashion school
- He said the family treats the help who cares for their kids as a family member to the astonishment of some friends
Godwin Enakhena has narrated how he treats a lady who helps with taking care of his kids at home. He said the maid known as Vero is regarded as a member of his family.
Not only that, he said the family has taught Vero how to read and write a move that has been applauded by Nigerians online.
We put Veo in fashion school
Apparently, in a bid to improve the educational standing of the maid, she was enrolled in a fashion school by the family.
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Godwin wrote in his tweet:
"Vero looks after our kids, we put her in a fashion school, taught her to read and write; she’s loved by my wife and I. She snatched the TV remote from me to watch her favorite movie and a friend visiting frowned at her action, and I said Vero wasn’t our maid but our daughter."
See his tweet below:
"Oga mi, that's the spirit, you gave her life but one thing you yet to say sir, does she sew male cloth too, if yes, I need her contact very urgent."
"Massive respect boss. If only, people treat their domestic staff the way you do, this country would be better. God bless you for all you do sir."
"Ask deeply about Vero from Oga G. He will tell your why Vero is different. Not all domestic staffs is Vero. And not all bosses is Oga G and his family."
"You have always set good examples Mr G. Please continue the good work and your reward will always come from God."
"For this u have done. Ur name is added to d book of Life."
Kind bus driver gets car gift, salary increase
Legit.ng had also reported that a kind bus driver who treats other people's kids as his own was given the gift of a brand new car.
The man, Curtis Jenkins, is greatly loved by the kids who like entering his bus due to his nature.
He was given the nice car in a hall full of admirers and appreciative people.