‘Africans I’ve met have all been very humble and generous people’ – Australian man shares heartwarming experience with a Nigerian family

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An Australian man identified as Dr Nigel Stobbs on Twitter has taken to the platform to share his heartwarming experience with a Nigerian family

The academic and researcher at Queensland University of Technology revealed how the Nigerian family brings him cooked meal once every week for almost a year since his wife passed away.

Sharing the heartwarming story, he wrote;

Almost a year since my wife passed away. African family from my neighbourhood, I never knew before that day, still bring us a cooked meal once every week. They live a very frugal life. Africans welcome here.

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They’re Nigerian.

They just knocked on the door one evening with food. Didn’t make a fuss. It was just so human and natural. No idea how they even knew.

Africans I’ve met have all been very humble and generous people.

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