I repaid my friend's kindness after so many years - loyal man shows love

I repaid my friend's kindness after so many years - loyal man shows love

- Tobi Marshal, a Nigerian man on Twitter, has shared how he helped his friend that was a source of succour during his difficult period in high school

- When Tobi lost his dad and all financial responsibility fell on his mom, the friend was there for him, making food available so he would not starve

- The Nigerian was able to express his gratitude years later when the friend's family was at their lowest low and needed help

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A Nigerian man with the name Tobi Marshal has shared a very emotional story that would make anyone share some tears.

He said when he was in high school and lost his dad, his friend was there for him while his mother struggled to pay his fees.

Sometimes, friendship is a saving card

On days that he could not get food to school, Tobi’s friend always split his food money with him or bought him some meal so he did not go hungry.

The young Nigerian man said that at that time in his life, his friend’s parents were richer as his mom drove the latest car.

A collage showing Tobi. Photo source: Twitter/Tobi Marshal
A collage showing Tobi. Photo source: Twitter/Tobi Marshal
Source: UGC

Life deals with every at different times

Weeks ago, after so many years, Tobi met his friend’s mom driving a danfo and in a very bad state.

Life seemed to have gone bad for them. Tobi rewarded them for being good to him as he gave the woman some money, linked up with his friends, and got him a job.

Meanwhile, budding Ghanaian comic actress, Maame Esi Forson, has proudly owned her accomplishments as a young thriving artiste.

The young entertainer recently flaunted her assets in an interview she granted Zionfelix. According to Esi Forson, she has acquired a 6 bedroom house worth nearly GHS 600 000. Esi Forson, 23, also revealed she has 25 plots of land, 10 taxis and other properties.

At a time when some Ghanaian celebrities who have been in the entertainment industry for years but are still ''living from hand to mouth'', Esi Forson has acquired quite a fortune despite her age.

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