Woman Puts Smiles on Poor Pupils' Faces; Buys them Shoes Because they Trek Barefooted

Woman Puts Smiles on Poor Pupils' Faces; Buys them Shoes Because they Trek Barefooted

- A woman recently made some poor pupils smile after buying them school shoes

- The woman with the Twitter handle @bimbo_cash said the kids trek miles barefooted

- She shared photos of the kids on her page and social media users have commended her kind gesture

A woman with the Twitter handle @bimbo_cash has put smiles on the faces of poor pupils who can't afford to buy school shoes.

Taking to her Twitter page to share photos of the pupils, the young woman said the kids trek to school barefooted.

Nigerian Woman Puts Smiles on Poor Pupils' Faces as She Buys them Shoes, Says they Trek Miles Barefooted
The young woman has been commended on social media for her kind gesture. Photo credit: @bimbo_cash
Source: UGC

In her words:

"What I did during my break time yesterday. There are so many of them who attend classes without shoes . They trek miles barefooted. Light up a life."

She advised people to light up a life.

Reacting, tweep with the handle @kosisoemmanue13 wrote:

"God bless you for the wonderful gesture. You and your family will always find help in time of trouble."

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@EgudaEugene commented:

"Wowwwwww! So commendable..... God bless u real good."

@JoeJune8 said:

"Expression on their faces can tell how happy they are. God bless you for bring (sic) joy to them."

@azuritemart commented:

"This is really good to read. God bless you really good ma'am. May you never experience lack nor want in your life."

@AbiodunCr700 said:

"God will bless you beyond words mam. You will never go down and sorrow will never locate you. We are extremely proud of you mam (sic)."

In similar news, a woman, Yetunde Adeseluka-Oladejo, has shone a light on the ordeal of some poor school children of Ore Akinde village in Ogun state.

Yetunde said that the children always had to endure the arduous task of trekking for six hours every day to their secondary school.

Days after posting about the kids’ hard life on her LinkedIn, another kind woman, Bilqis Williams reached out to know how they could help the children.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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