- An unemployed Nigerian graduate has met with luck as a result of his selfless service
- He was given the sum of N400,000 for the services he rendered a long time ago
The saying ‘doing good pays’ has been proven with a young unemployed Nigerian graduate who met with luck after someone he once helped pleaded on his cause and got his life changed.
The indigene of Isialangwa south local government area of Abia state met was said to have endured many years of hardship. This plight he handled with courage and did not depart from the path of the just.
A Facebook user identified as Emenike Vincent Onyembi shared the story of the young Nigerian graduate on his timeline. According to him, the young man whose name was not given graduated from Federal Polytechnic in Nekede and was known to be a student leader.
As a young graduate without a job, he resorted to riding motorcycle to make ends meet. The poster acknowledged the impact of the young graduate during his campaign. He did not let his desperation get at him as he did not request for money despite taking part in the campaign.
Onyembi also said the campaign drained him of his finances as he got stranded afterwards. It was this Nigerian man with a good heart that gave him a ride on his bike from Nekede to Aba. According to him, the journey was long and risky yet, the former student leader did not take more than he was offered. He took the N200 given him in good faith and left.
The campaign was fruitful as the poster said he owes his victory to the young man who helped him without attempting to milk him dry. He pleaded with a powerful person in their community, Hon Chilaka, the sole administrator of Asopadec in Abia state and the story changed.
Check out the original post made by the poster:
The young man was given the sum of N400,000 to buy a taxi and continue with his transport business. His kindness and humility earned him this luck.
Do you now agree that it pays to be found doing good?
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