- Obaseki Daniel, a Nigerian man, has helped an old woman as he gave her some money to support herself
- The good Samaritan said she should use GHC 745 out of the GHC 2,200 he gave her to support her business
- Daniel also promised to give her more money so she can get a proper house and stop living in the classroom she has been seeking shelter
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A Nigerian man, Obaseki Daniel, has shown that there is real hope for humanity with the kind act he showed an unnamed old woman, who is a fruit and pepper seller.
In the video he shared, it showed that Daniel may have previously interacted with the old woman to know what her needs are.
He called the woman to his cab and told her that he has gotten a shop for her at the rate of GHC 1,252 per annum. When she heard this, she was amazed.
Daniel asked the woman not to cry and shout as he gave her another GHC 2,200. He told her to use GHC 745 of the money to support her business, asking her to spend the money wisely.
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On learning that she is homeless and lives in a classroom, the good Samaritan said he would make sure he gets her a house. On his Instagram page, he promised to support her with another GHC 745 for that purpose.
Meanwhile, it was earlier reported that a trending video online showed how a food hawker was blessed by a total stranger with a cash gift.
In the clip, the good Samaritan stopped the woman as if he wanted to buy some food from her. After the woman brought down her food cooler, the unnamed man started asking her some questions.
One of the things he asked her was if there was anyone who supports her in the business, a question the woman replied no to, saying God is her only support.
After some moment, the man handed her a bunch of naira notes, telling her that today is her lucky day and she should use the money as she deems fit.
In other news, Ervina and Prefina Bangalo, two beautiful baby girls who were born with their heads conjoined back-to-back have been successfully separated after a tough surgery.
A report by Medicalxpress.com sighted by YEN.com.gh indicates that separating twins who are fused back-to-back requires an exceedingly rare surgery for an equally rare congenital defect.
This made the surgery particularly challenging since the back of the head is a far more critical place for blood supply to the brain and drainage of blood away from it.
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