A TikTok user from Cameroon has used the medium to share video of a mentally ill woman she helped.
@Nabih97 uploaded pictures of the woman’s journey, which included a medical checkup and a completed apartment.
Take a look at the video below…………………
Her kind gesture has elicited several wonderful reactions from netizens who sang her praises. Ghgossip culled some reactions below;
darhray_concept wrote; she has done more than buhari in 7 years
kidwalksapparels wrote; Wow this huge, the close body contact it is for me❤️ Humanity in its entirety 👏
officialmeri_madeinheaven wrote; Wow impressive na this girl need money pass those cooking rice foundation’s oh
ochachoh wrote; She tried but this never well finish but God is good and may God bless her it’s not easy and not a day job
ifeanyimagnus48 wrote; Let’s do this as challenge, go to the street pick some out of the street
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Meanwhile, Samuel Oguachuba, best known by his stage name Samklef, a popular music producer, has launched an open hunt for new artists to mentor in 2022.
The DJ announced the news on his Instagram account on Saturday, vowing to encourage up-and-coming artists on his platform.
Samklef asked his Instagram fans to identify up-and-coming artists in the comments section of his post so he could support them in his “own tiny way.”
“Tag any dope upcoming artiste you know today. I want to mentor someone this year, and support in my own little way. If I feel your vibe, I will post you on my story.”
It’s not the first time that Nigerian entertainers have advertised for new talent.
Simisola Kosoko, also known as Simi, is a popular musician who made the same decision on Thursday.
Simi, on the other hand, voiced discontent with new musicians’ social media profiles and recommended them to sell themselves more effectively.