"I Have Been Trying My Best to Fend for Her": Man Begs for Shoes and Clothes for Orphan Girl

"I Have Been Trying My Best to Fend for Her": Man Begs for Shoes and Clothes for Orphan Girl

  • A Nigerian man has called for more material and financial support to help in catering for an orphan girl under his care
  • He said she stopped at the primary school level because the government school in the area was far and the bill of the private school around was on the high side
  • His touching story about the 14-year-old girl touched people's hearts and made many netizens offer to help

A Nigerian man, Oyiga Micheal, has cried out for help in meeting certain needs of an orphan girl, Justina, he is caring for.

Sharing pictures he took with Justina on X, the young man said she is 14 years of age and is presently with a relation and learning tailoring.

Oyiga Micheal says he needs clothes and shoes for the orphan girl
Oyiga Micheal seeks more support for an orphan girl Photo Credit: @Nsukka_okpa
Source: Twitter

Micheal called for material and financial support

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Giving out the girl's location as Makoko, Lagos, Micheal said he has been fending for her and some other kids.

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He appealed to people who have shoes and clothes that would be cool on her to reach out to him.

Micheal said she didn't further her studies

Speaking further, the kindhearted fellow opened up that she stopped her education at the primary school level.

He lamented that this was because the government school in her area was far and the private school close by was expensive.

"Also, After her primary education, she didn’t continue.
"The govt school is far from her place and she’ll spend at least 700 daily while the Private sec school is Close but the sch fees price is on the high side.

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"Therefore we are looking to place her in a secondary school that will be close to home as she’s staying with her last relationship and is currently learning tailoring,'' he wrote.

See his tweet below:

Netizens offer support

@MohammedAH57323 said:

"Seeing what this man is doing make me feel human again, and believe that humanity will always win. Keep doing your good job man."

@Emson__Manuel said:

"Sometimes I wonder:
"Where are the feminists that say they liberating women?
"They only care about things that don’t go their way.
"Still MEN out there tryna better the world."

@Ezeks_victor said:

"God bless you and reward you for this humane work you're doing.
"I never knew you have this humane touch, even as you were ruthless with "Sanusi Ekwensu" lately.
"Once again thanks & kudos to you."

@Tracyjewel_ said:

"Thank you for sharing her story Michael, and all you do.

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"I have a bunch of clothes she can wear, plus shoes and sneakers that should be her size.
"I’ll bring them in the new year, alongside a new set of empty bottles."

@_ekenonymous said:

"Oh hey Micheal. I have a ton of clothes I’ve been needing to give out, but it would be in January. Is that okay?"

Man puts smile on orphans' faces

In a related report, a man had made orphans smile with his kind gesture to them during the festive season.

In a Facebook post, the man thanked the Arrow of God Orphanage for allowing his NGO the opportunity to share some love.

Photos shared on Facebook showed tens of mattresses, many bags of rice, tubers of yams, cartons of noodles, and other foodstuffs.

Man opens foundation to help orphans and widows

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man had launched a foundation aimed at catering for orphans and widows.

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Peter said his decision to start the foundation was motivated by his Christian background. He disclosed that he wanted to stick to the teachings of Christ about the poor.

Peter revealed that the foundation took off on August 8, his birthday, and they donated food items and other aid supplies to an orphanage home.

He added that the foundation has lined up initiatives to continuously support orphans and widows in need, as well as welfare programs for impoverished children.

Source: Legit.ng

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