Oludayo Sookunbi, a Nigerian living abroad, has offered to help a woman who was attacked by thugs during the presidential election last Saturday relocate abroad.
Recall that the woman identified as Bina Jennifer Efidi, who, like many other Nigerians, was out to exercise her civic responsibility last Saturday, was attacked while waiting to vote at her polling unit in Surulere, Lagos State.
Despite being injured, Jennifer returned to the polling unit with a plastered face to vote. Photos of her voting with a plastered face made the rounds, and many commended her and dubbed her the hero of democracy.
Abroad-based Nigerian man, Oludayo Sokunbi, was among those who were moved by Jennifer’s resilience.
Taking to his Twitter handle, he announced plans to sponsor her relocation abroad.
“Remember this woman that was injured on Saturday? I just had a video call with her. She just left the hospital and she is getting better. I will make sure she leaves Nigeria 🇳🇬 after this election.” He wrote.
See his post below,