- A young lady named Bisola was emotional and fought back tears as a stranger gave her N50,000 cash gift
- The stranger identified as Obaseki Daniel gave Bisola the cash gift to appreciate her for not selling her body to make money
- Obaseki was impressed that despite her beauty, Bisola stick to her noodles business for survival
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A young Nigerian lady simply identified as Bisola has been blessed by a stranger who was impressed that with her beauty she could be selling noodles.
The stranger with the name Obaseki Daniel shared a video on Instagram in which he gifted Bisola N50,000 for sticking to her noodles business instead of selling her body to make money.
Bisola could be seen kneeling down for Obaseki and fighting back tears as the gift made her emotional.
See video below:
In other news, while it may seem that Christiana Quayson, a graduate of the Ghana Technology University College, has deviated from her first love - her training from the university is helping her to apply innovation as a farmer.
Growing up, the alumna of the Wesley Grammar School wanted to be a computer programmer due to her father’s love for computers.
At a very early age, she was exposed to computers and that erupted her passion to become a computer programmer.
Her training in technology has helped her to develop a lot of innovative ideas that are helping her to excel in her current field.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that Cornelia Pokuaa Antwi has become an exemplary personality with her education achievement.
The young Ghanaian lady recently bagged her certification in medicine from the prestigious Dalian Medical School in China. There’s no doubt that her education accomplishment is laudable and will serve as a motivation to young girls who aspire to chalk similar milestones.
Cornelia Pokuaa Antwi epitomises young Black women who are shattering barriers and reaching beyond patriarchal systems, including cultural, educational, and social that are still serving as limitations to the progress of women.
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