A physically challenged man in a wheelchair is among those pining after Davido’s N20 million grant.
Davido earlier announced he was setting aside N20 million for 20 Nigerians with the best business ideas.
In reaction to the singer’s giveaway announcement, many Nigerians have been pitching their business plans and sharing their hustles with the Afropop star.
Joining the fray is Adebisi Micheal, the disabled man who shared photos from a football viewing centre he said he opened two months ago.
The man, who attracted admiration from Nigerians on Twitter, said he his hoping to clinch Davido’s grant to augment his business.
I started football viewing center two months ago and all I could afford was a tv, a stabilizer and a small generator. I can't show more than a match at a time and also battling with a faultful generator. I would love to have two more televisions, a UPS, a fan and a standby gen. https://t.co/IpG7kQggsP pic.twitter.com/B5DoFQduiB
— Adebisi Michael (@Mikedeyforyou) March 16, 2022Advertisement
Davido is yet to respond but the singer had earlier stated that his grant would be given out on Friday, March 18.
However, some Nigerians on Twitter have been reaching out to Michael to donate some of the items needed to furnish the space.
Good morning bro. An anonymous is sending u 20k. Send me your details via DM. My DM I open. Thanks. https://t.co/06ppxDydAwAdvertisement
— #AsiwajuOfEkiti (@AsiwajuOladimej) March 17, 2022
— Olurotimi Henry 🧭 – Pro Nigeria (@OlurotimiHenry) March 17, 2022Advertisement
I will just advice you drop your account details under this thread , I’m sure there are people that are willing to help lowkey.
God bless the hustle bro
— TheRemmySaheed 😏 (@Remmzor__) March 17, 2022Advertisement
How much is star times decoder, i wan buy for you. You and your fellow Arsenal fans can be able to Enjoy Europa league next season. DM😅
— ⚽LÚ OF MANCHEST🇬🇧🇳🇬 (@iamthepreence) March 17, 2022
Please mark my account….if you don’t get the money just drop your account details in my DM I can support with the LED TV
— AJA 🔱 (@ITS_AJA01) March 16, 2022
Nigerians are so passionate, it just that we don't have passionate people in the affairs of this country, and that's why we re where we re today.
— Famzy (@Femmyontop) March 17, 2022
Deep down, Nigerians are good people abeg. Look at the comments under this thread.
It is possible to do great things from a small place https://t.co/fa12LATSOF
— Ademola Kadiri (@AdemolaKadiri) March 17, 2022
In November 2021, Davido had taken to his Twitter handle to ask his followers and friends to send him money.
He had first stated that he was soliciting funds to facilitate the clearance of his Rolls Royce car at the ports.
With a target of N100 million initially set for the fundraiser, Davido would later amass up to N200 million.
In a surprise twist, the singer added N50 million to the fundraiser and donated the largesse to orphanage homes.
Davido has, over his 11-year music career, made a name for himself in the entertainment landscape.
He has pulled off international collaborations and achieved four critically acclaimed bodies of work.
Davido made headlines after he sold out his O2 concert, a feat that has become a hallmark of success for many.
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