I Will Give It To My Mum To Use & Buy Garri: Nigerians Who Picked Money At Party Speak In Touching Video
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I Will Give It to My Mum To Use & Buy Garri: Nigerians Who Picked Money at Party Speak in Touching Video

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I Will Give It to My Mum To Use & Buy Garri: Nigerians Who Picked Money at Party Speak in Touching Video

A kind Nigerian man known as Ogori Harrison has in a viral video spoken to three boys who got money at a party

All the kids spoke about what they would do with their money, with out of them spoke about giving to their mothers



Many Nigerians who watched their video were touched by the kids’ kindness to help their poor mum at home

A video shared by Ogori Harrison on his TikTok page has shown the moment he met three kids who had just ‘picked’ some naira notes at some open party.

He took his time to ask each of them what they would be using the money they got for. The first kid said that he would use his sum to get a new school bag and other materials.
Mother’s love goals/kind Nigerian kids.

Another one who was able to pick N2,700 revealed that he will use give his mother the money so that she get some garri in the house in case there is none at home.

The third kid also said his whole money is going to his mother. Many Nigerians got emotional after watching the video as they prayed for God’s help for the kids’ families.

Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:

“very Good boys am impressed God bless them.”

“God pls help this children, and bless them in life.”

“Please I want to donate to those boys in my own little way how do I get to them this video touched me, i have been there.”

“all of them mention one word (my mummy) mother’s we shall live long to eat the fruit of our labor over our children.”

“I couldn’t control my tears, even the young generation knows life is hard.”

Man adopted boy

Meanwhile, Legit earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Tunde Onakoya, and the convener of Chess in the Slum initiative came online to narrate how he helped a young boy off the street.

Tunde said he met the boy when he was picking scrap from the floor in a slum in Ikorodu. The child has been living with him ever since.

On Monday, January 10, the man shared a recent photo alongside his throwback snap to show that the boy has been enrolled in school.

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