Chukwuebuka Amuzie, the Nigerian skit maker better known as Brain Jotter, has gifted a physically challenged street hawker N400,000.


In a recent Instagram post, the comedian said he was on his way for a video shoot when he saw the lady hawking bottled water on the street of Lagos and decided to assist her.

During a chat with the lady — identified as Eniola — Brain Jotter discovered that aside from being physically challenged, the hawker is also a makeup artist.

The lady also shared her Instagram handle with the comedian for verification.


After the conversation, Brain Jotter transferred the sum of N400,000 to Eniola for her to set up her makeup business and “stop street hawking”.

Brain Jotter also said he would share her account details with anyone willing to assist Eniola.

“We just dey drive o. We just see the girl. She dey sell bottled water. One hand is good. She still used one hand to hold a bottle of water dey sell am for express. You understand me? Who wan beg go beg. Who wan work go work. Grace dey fall from anywhere. I go still drop one or two because of time. She said she be make-up artiste. I go tag am for this video,” he said in pidgin English.


“This is not the prank and clout wey we dey chase for Instagram. Like I said we just dey go where we wan go shoot video now. We see this girl wey dey sell bottle water for the street. Na so I tell my guy sey make we see… even though we no go help her in the future, make we just see how we go stop make she dey sell water because the girl no really come anybody DM this time around. She dey hustle by herself. dey sell pure water. She con learn make-up. That is to tell you sey the girl wan work. This one na inspiration.

“So, the girl no really know sey we go pick am today. We just dey dey do our hustle. Because all die na die. Even if na N100k. we know sey na impromptu something. We go still drop the girl account, I know sey men dey wey be say dey wan help.”


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