Nigerian singer, Adekunle Gold has once again shown his generous side by donating money to a hair vendor whose shop was recently robbed.
The hair vendor had previously taken to social media to share the unfortunate incident. She shared a video of her empty shop, pleading with her customers amid tears to give her time to sort things out.
“Guys, everything; see, they cleared everything. But make yourself relax; I’m going to sort out everybody. Don’t fear. It’s me, bah. I will sort you guys out”, she said, fighting hard to hold back her tears.
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Moved by her plight, Adekunle Gold reached out to her and offered to send her some money to help her get back on her feet.
The hair vendor could not hide her excitement and gratitude as she shared a video on her Instagram page, thanking the singer for his kind gesture.
In the video, the hair vendor and her family members were seen kneeling and appreciating Adekunle Gold for his assistance.
While the amount of money donated was unspecified, the hair vendor thanked Adekunle Gold immensely for the kind gesture.
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In other news, retired Nigerian footballer and Super Eagles legend, Jay-Jay Okocha, has said he would have cost €150m in today’s transfer market.
Okocha, who played for various clubs during his career including Paris Saint-Germain, Bolton Wanderers, and Fenerbahce, was known for his skillful dribbling, excellent technique, and ability to score spectacular goals.
He was also a key player for the Nigerian national team, helping them win the Africa Cup of Nations in 1994 and 2013.
In an interview with Turkish newspaper Hurriyet, the 49-year-old football star said he would have been sold for €150m if he was playing in the current transfer market. He stated this while speaking on the high fees clubs now pay to buy players.
“Maybe 1 billion should have been paid for me,” he said.
“They paid £106m for their defensive midfielder Chelsea. To a player from Portugal. I would have cost around €150m. My assists, dribbles… World football started to pay a lot of money. Such would be the numbers of players of this quality.”