Popular Nigerian comedian, Chukwuebuka Emmanuel, known professionally as Brain Jotter, has won the admiration of many for his compassionate act towards a handicapped lady selling water on the streets of Lagos.
In the video, Brain Jotter was spotted driving his car with his team as they were en route to their destination when they came across Eniola, who was selling water in the midst of traffic.
Moved by her condition, Brain Jotter decided to extend a helping hand after realizing that the lady only had five fingers instead of the usual ten.
Despite her determination to sell bottled water, the lady had just two fingers on one hand and three fingers on the other.
Brain Jotter took a moment to engage with her, inquiring about her background. She revealed that she is a makeup artist from Osun State.
Upon her arrival in Lagos from Osun, she found herself in need of a means to make a living and lacked the necessary equipment for her makeup business.
Brain Jotter, with a generous heart, inquired about the amount of money that would convince her to stop hawking bottled water in traffic. She mentioned that she would require at least N400,000.
In a heartwarming moment, Brain Jotter promptly gave her the N400,000 and also shared her Instagram handle @glam_by_eniola.
Brain Jotter concluded the video by advising people about the importance of having a skill and stated that grace can come at any time.
In the video’s caption, Brain Jotter wrote: “We met her on our way to set, and her story was inspiring. God bless her @glam_by_eniola.”
Watch the video below;
It’s heartwarming to see how people reacted to Brain Jotter’s generous act:
@princesschiamaka00: This is what I say in my mind when I see some beggars on the street, I mean the ones that have legs and hands! Shishi dem no dey see for my hand… I pray she becomes great 👏.
@topstar_photogr: The girl too sharp omo.. there’s greatness in her 🙌 🔥.. You do pass Nigeria government brother 👏👏.
@thisdayveed: When God blow your whistle even if you no wear jersey you go play for the match❤️.
@abuatessy: Thank you. God bless you for your generosity. The world needs people like you.
@princesschiamaka001: This is what I say in my mind when I see some beggars on the street I mean the ones that have legs and hands! Shishi dem no dey see for my hand… I pray she becomes great 👏