A heartwarming story is making waves online as two Northern Muslims in Anambra recall a touching Ramadan gesture by former Governor Peter Obi. The video of their testimony has gone viral, touching the hearts of many.
According to the two men, during Peter Obi’s tenure as governor, he visited their mosque and brought food for them during Ramadan. They were touched by his kindness and generosity, and have never forgotten the gesture.
In the video, one of the men expressed his admiration for Peter Obi, recalling a time when he was the governor of Anambra state. According to the man, during the period of fasting, Peter Obi visited their mosque and brought two vehicles filled with food items, including rice and other provisions. The man mentioned that he spoke with Peter Obi and was impressed by his humility and generosity. He also noted that Peter Obi ate with them at the Akwa Mosque, which left a lasting impression on him. The other man chimed in, confirming that Peter Obi had indeed done the same thing on another occasion.
The story has gained traction online, with many social media users praising Peter Obi for his act of kindness and unity. It serves as a reminder of the power of small acts of compassion to bridge divides and bring people together.
Peter Obi’s gesture is a shining example of the kind of leadership that is needed in Nigeria, especially in a time of growing divisions and tensions. It shows that we can all come together to build a better future for all Nigerians, regardless of religion or ethnicity.
As the video continues to gain attention, it is clear that this touching story has struck a chord with many. We can only hope that it will inspire more acts of kindness and compassion in the future, and serve as a reminder of the good that can come from coming together as a community.
Watch the video below.
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