"Fuel For Free": Man Gives Full Gallon Of Fuel To Driver, Asks Him To Pour It In Car Without Paying

"Fuel For Free": Man Gives Full Gallon Of Fuel To Driver, Asks Him To Pour It In Car Without Paying

  • A Nigerian man warmed many hearts on social media after he bought one gallon of fuel and handed it out for free
  • This is coming at a time when fuel is being sold at the price of N850 per litre in some places across the country
  • The driver who got the free fuel was short of words as he poured it happily into his car and gave the kind man a hug afterwards

A kind man is being praised on social media because he gave out one gallon of fuel for free.

In a trending TikTok video, the man was standing by the roadside with a gallon of fuel in his hand.

Man gives out fuel for free.
The man handed the driver a free gallon of fuel. Photo credit: TikTok/@bayuztvs.
Source: UGC

He flagged a driver and gave him the gallon with the fuel without collecting any money from him.

The driver was so happy and touched that he prayed for the giver and hugged him tightly.

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The heartwarming video was seen on the TikTok handle of @bayuztvs.

Watch the video below:

Reactions as Nigerian man gives fuel for free

@AK TAIWO said:

"E get trust issue make e no be water."

@user7427992107127 said:

"God bless you."

@azeezatakeem3 said:

"More blessings dear."

@Ride_With_Hayzed said:

"The man no one loose guard, he sharply perceive it, make e no go spoil in fuel pump, sharp man."

@Baby items store in ijebu ode said:

"He smelled it first to be sure if it’s petrol."

@smarpy commented:

"May god bless you."


"More blessings to you king."

@kemzy Dolly remarked:

"I love you guy for the good work that you are doing."

@adetoungade said:

"Please come back to Osogbo, I need your help."

@JASPER reacted:

"More blessings my brother."

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"Well Done. keep it up brother."

Analyst Predicts Less Tears About Fuel Prices In 2024

YEN.com.gh reported that the Centre for Environmental Management and Sustainable Energy director is expecting stable fuel prices in 2024.

Benjamin Nsiah told YEN.com.gh that global demand is unlikely to see significant increases that will drive up prices.

Nsiah noted that there was potential for the conflict between Isreal and Hamas to affect the supply of fuel.

Source: Legit.ng

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