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Crowdfunding: From viral stories to real-life impact

By Guardian Exclusive
29 January 2024   |   3:26 am
Stories of acts of kindness and generosity have become a part of the online narrative in Nigeria's social media spaces, mostly empathy-driven. These tales go beyond viral posts to actual transformation in real life. For the people whose experiences went viral today, we explore the life of those whose fate were permanently changed by the generous donations of Nigerians.

 

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