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  Nigeria, often hailed as the giant of Africa, not only boasts a rich tapestry of culture, industry, and natural wealth but also stands out for the generosity of its people. Despite facing various challenges, Nigerians have consistently exhibited kindness and compassion, making their nation a shining example of benevolence.
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A Lifestyle of Generosity

Nigeria proudly holds the title of the second most generous nation in Africa, a testament to the inherent kindness of its people.
  1. A Nation Filled with Happy Souls: Even in the face of adversity, Nigerians exude happiness and warmth, demonstrating resilience and an unwavering spirit of generosity. Many countries may have tagged them as “unserious with misplaced priorities” but, the truth remains that the people exhibit this trait effortlessly.
  2. The Overwhelming Compassion of the People: Over the years, Nigerians have extended their compassion beyond borders, readily aiding strangers in need without hesitation. This act is seen to be practised among the citizens of the country. No matter the little they have, they share without holding a grudge or expecting rewards.
  3. The spirit of unity, or “Espirit de corps,” permeates Nigerian society, fostering support and assistance across various spheres of life, including education, emotional well-being, and healthcare.

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Nigerians embody the glaring act of kindness that is ingrained in every individual, tribe and culture regardless of age or race. They lend a helping hand to those in distress. Whether it’s offering aid to a stranded stranger on the roadside or supporting a friend in need, Nigerians exemplify the principle of being their brother’s keeper. One-third of videos posted on the Internet today by Nigerians show a great measure of generosity as a lifestyle of the people. The country boasts over 3,000 non-governmental charity organizations, with numerous others operating informally to address the needs of the less fortunate. However, despite the economic downturns and other adversities, Nigerians persist in spreading joy and kindness, embodying the adage, “Happiness shared is happiness multiplied.”
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In conclusion, Nigeria’s generosity is not merely a trait but a way of life. From extending a helping hand to strangers to fostering a culture of support and empathy, Nigerians exemplify the beauty of kindness in its purest form. As the nation continues to navigate through its challenges, its people remain steadfast in their commitment to making the world a better place, one act of kindness at a time.
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This article was first published on 11th March 2024 and updated on March 12th, 2024 at 11:41 am

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