Genuine Kindness…πŸ‘πŸΌ

You remember I once wrote about an old fart who thought he could with 50naira get a babe like me?

Another similar scenario occurred some days back, howbeit with a twist. 

I had entered a tricycle from my area in Ogba. I was the only lady in the tricycle. Situations like that make me look straight so some, especially guys don’t get unnecessarily friendly with me. 

By the time we were almost at the last bus stop, I ask the man sited next to my left if he probably would give the driver the exact fee (50 Naira, because the driver already complained he had no change), he instead put the same question back to me. I responded by showing him the 100 Naira note I had with me. He thus gave the driver his 100 Naira and said I shouldn’t bother paying. 

Thinking he might just be another hunter, I declined. His subsequent utterance surprised me. It was as if I insulted him by saying no. “Shey you ask me before ni?” He responded. That was how best he could let me know he just wanted to pay and that’s it.

I could only smile, thanked him and shook my head while I wondered what kind of human being he is.

I however was still stunned by his actions and wanted to know if indeed his motive was pure, but by the time we got down from the tricycle, I couldn’t even identify which route he took.

Hey, Roli relax! Genuine kindness doesn’t have ulterior motives. Some helps are just what they are- helps! 

Well, I still dey wonder for this kind of by force epp thoughπŸ˜œπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜„

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