- A woman who sells akara was almost in tears after she was given a cash gift by a stranger, Obaseki Daniel
- The young man had a conversation with the woman and was impressed by how intelligently she answered some of the questions he asked her
- The woman could not hide her joy as she could be seen in a video thanking the man effusively
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In a video that emerged on social media, a Nigerian mum who sells akara was almost in tears as a stranger, Obaseki Daniel, gifted her money to support her business.
In the video, the woman was asked by the stranger why she was using gas to fry her akara instead of charcoal.
The woman explained to the stranger that using gas makes her environment neat as against using charcoal.
She gave numerous reasons why she prefers gas to charcoal, and this impressed the stranger who extended bundle of naira notes to her.
The woman was emotional and thanked the Good Samaritan effusively for the cash gift.
This is not the first time Obaseki will be supporting women who struggle to make a living.
In July, he gave a young lady simply identified as Bisola N50,000 to support her noodles business.
Obaseki was impressed that despite Bisola's beauty, she could stick 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.
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a pregnant woman was blessed by a stranger who accosted her on the road and gave her $10,000 to take care of herself, her son and the baby she was expecting.
The stranger stopped to ask the woman a few questions and the woman told him she was pregnant, after which he extended the cash gift to her.
The woman, who couldn't believe her eyes, broke down in tears and doubted the Good Samaritan. But the man insisted that he was serious about the gift, after which she accepted it.
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