The use of social media in today's world seem to be of great help to many people in numerous ways. The world has evolved so much that technology as well social media seem to have become the most effective solutions to so many human problems. Many people especially the youth who are active social users tend to use these social media tools in diverse ways to solve their daily problems as well as the problems of others.
Few days ago, a photo of a young amputee lady caused a lot of talks on social media as she was spotted selling bottled water in the streets of Lagos, Nigeria. This young lady who was identified as Mary Daniel had a big breakthrough in her life after her photos went viral. She was invited to have lunch with former Lagos Chief of Staff, Ugwamba Uche Nwosu (who stumbled on her viral photos some days ago) at Lagos Island on Sunday, 11th April, 2020.
According to reports, Mary Daniel was given a whooping 1 million nairas to start her dream provision shop business. It has also been alleged that the young lady might be given a new mansion as her home. This issue has given social media users some form of relief as their cries receive immediate response.
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