- A young Nigerian barber, Alexander Pius, is shining his light on others by giving the less privileged kids free haircuts
- Alexander said it's not until people have money before they can create impacts in the society
- Adorable photos of the young man with the kids have gone viral on social media
A young Nigerian barber identified as Alexander Pius has put smiles on the faces of little kids at an orphanage home by cutting their hair for free.
The disclosure was made by Tales of Africa on Facebook, which said the young man extended the kind gesture towards the kids as his own way of giving back to society.
According to Alexander, he wanted to let people know that skills can also be used to touch lives of the less privileged ones.
He said it doesn't have to be about money, adding that one can show love to others through their skills.
Alexander, who said he is also an orphan, called on people to shine their light on others.
Nigerians on Facebook were impressed with the young man's kind gesture and soon flooded the comment section of the post to hail him.
Elkanah Tongshinen Hosea said:
"Beautiful, being the source of blessing to others should be the number one priority of every one of us,indeed bro Alex has demonstrated his love towards the fatherless. May God reward you abundantly and also make others to take after you."
Awu Blessing commented:
"God bless you. May the light always be bright for you."
Baba Sabo wrote:
"As you portrayed this level of kindheartedness, may God bless you beyond your wildest imagination. And may God bless Nigeria."
In a previous report by YEN.com.gh, a homeless man proved that real wealth comes from within. The man was treated to groceries by a well-known Good Samaritan, BI Phakathi, and he decided to buy for his homeless friend too.
Kindhearted man feeds elderly couples and widowed mothers neglected by their children, many hail him
A video of the incident was shared by BI on his Facebook page. According to the footage, the homeless man's name is Michael.
He grew up in the streets after he was given up by his mother who couldn't afford to raise him. His story touched Phakathi who offered to buy him food.