40-Year-Old Nigerian Man who Returned from Libya Blind Gifted New Apartment by Stranger

40-Year-Old Nigerian Man who Returned from Libya Blind Gifted New Apartment by Stranger

  • Luck has smiled on a Nigerian man Stanley Ogieriakhi who had returned to the country from Libya
  • The 40-year-old returned to his motherland blind and helpless until he was stunned by a kind-hearted fellow
  • The good Samaritan changed the story of the blind man as he got him a nicely furnished apartment

A Nigerian man who was once considered helpless has been uplifted by a stranger.

40-year-old Stanley Ogieriakhi had returned to the country from Libya with nothing to show for it.

Blind Libya returnee becomes house owner as stranger surprises him with new apartment
Help came Stanley's way through a kind-hearted fellow
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But after his exclusive interview with Legit TV, someone offered to help him and got him a nice apartment.

Reacting to the gesture, an excited Stanley said he now knows the beauty of sleep.

"Now, I know that sleep is sweet."

Nigerians react to Stanley's new apartment

Nigerians prayed and praised the doer of the kind deed.

Omotunde Aramide reacted:

"God bless the givers Amen your Generation will not know sorrow nor shame and poverty Amen thanks so much."

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Agba Victor Jr wrote:

"My daily prayers is that if God bless me I will bless people
"Because blessing come from God alone."

Oluwapamilerin John Bamidele commented:

"I pray they find something to do to restore his vision and the eyes still look like something they can still help him to fix."

Irene Donald Usunobun remarked:

"Almighty God pls bless the people that contributed to the welfare of the man."

Libya returnee who sold sachet water to cater for 4 kids gets help

Meanwhile, it was previously reported that a Libya returnee who sold sachet water to feed 4 kids had got help from kind Nigerians.

The Edo-born woman, speaking with Legit TV, had given an appalling tale of how she was stranded in Libya, a war-ravaging country connecting Africa to Europe, in a desperate search of a verdant field of promise.

Akonedo narrated that she was s*xually molested in the desert after their vehicle was attacked by armed robbers, adding that she had to drink her urine because there was no water.

Akonedo disclosed that she was working as a salesgirl before leaving the shores of Nigeria only for her situation to be a horrid shift from frying pan to fire.

Source: Yen Ghana

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