October 22, 2020

How To Survive The Recession Together In Nigeria!!! Most Read!!!

We are going through a recession in Nigeria. This is the time to help someone out! Things are rough for a lot of people, even the ones we may think that are rich or doing well are struggling. If you’ve got the ability to render help to anyone please don’t hesitate!!!

it’ the time to help your gate-man pay a child or all his children’s school fees. It’s the time to give him some food items – rice, garri, yam, beans, plantain etc. This also goes for your maid, give her some transport money if she/he isn’t a live-in. Increase your domestic staff’s salary.

If you have unlimited data, share your WiFi with your neighbours.

Buy that colleague lunch, He or she is probably not dieting, they just can’t afford it. Give some colleagues a lift even if to a certain point.

Buy your friend petrol for their car or generator He’s not walking because he wants to exercise.

Give that Uncle or Auntie N10k, they’re probably in dire circumstances hence they’re ringing off your phone.

Patronize farmers if you can. It’s cheaper to get your goods from them. Eat more greens – they’re cheaper. In fact become a vegan if you can, nna mehn tings dey rough. Who meat help sef?

Don’t go to people’s houses expecting to be fed. It’s rude and times are hard. Be thankful if they feed you, it’s not easy for anyone.

Give out you and your kids old clothes and shoes to people who truly need them.

Pay an undergraduate’s school fees. Recommend a good graduate if you know of a job opening. That may be the only way he or she can feed their parents and siblings.

Pay someone’s NEPA bill. Let neighbours fetch water from you if you have a borehole.

Feed a homeless child or person. Offer them domestic work for money. You never know who you’re helping. That might be the next Einstein.

Pay someone’s hospital bills if you can afford it before it leads to death. You could literally be saving a life.

I remember going to the market with N20k in June and came home angry, confused and despondent. I could barely afford a decent week’s shopping. It’s worse now. We all know how prices double this season. Some families may not have food on Christmas day, feed a family. Invite them over. People won’t tell you what they’re going through so be sensitive and see through the facade.

If you live abroad and can spare some change for poorer family members please send it, it’s no joke. Folks can barely feed daily.

There are so many little things that can be done, please search your heart and be creative to come up with other ways you can give. Folks are hungry, angry and tired. Leave the government, we are the welfare system in Nigeria.
None of these are compulsory please. It’s just a way to help each other out. Do what you can. If you’re already doing any of these and can afford it, then well done, if you can do more please do. Keep being kind. We are a very religious a lot, this is the time to practice what we preach and the essence of every religion is love! The law of giving never ever fails, believe it or not!

Show love to someone today, tomorrow may be too late!

Edited and posted as received from whatsapp.

Pin It on Pinterest