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Donations still pouring in for housewife Mummy Zee mocked on X for cooking for husband

Everyone seems eager to contribute to the newfound success of Mummy Zee and her family.

Deborah Adebisi is now a millionaire [X/@_Debbie_OA]

After an initial wave of criticism and mockery, she became a sensation overnight, transforming into an instant millionaire.

The overwhelming response to Mummy Zee's tweet has been astounding, with government agencies, private institutions, and generous Nigerians extending their support in various forms.

She has received over ₦5 million in donations, along with more than 50 additional offers, including two latest Infinix phones, a piece of land in an estate in Ibadan, and a promise of free visa sponsorship to study in Canada.

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She has also been offered assistance with academic admissions, electronic gadgets, home appliances, vouchers, and promises of free services.

Some notable offers include a 65-inch Samsung smart TV, a ProBook 11x360 for data analytics learning, handcrafted beaded cap, a year's supply of child diapers, and health insurance coverage.

The list of offerings continues to grow, with companies and individuals pledging their support to Mummy Zee and her husband.

Mummy Zee's unexpected fame has brought not only financial gains but also a flood of generosity and goodwill from various quarters. Whether it's a private company, a government agency, or an individual, everyone seems eager to contribute to the newfound success of Mummy Zee and her family.

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As the offers continue to pour in, Mummy Zee's story serves as a heartwarming example of how social media can turn around the lives of individuals, bringing unexpected blessings and opportunities.

The generosity displayed by the community reflects the positive impact of collective support and kindness in transforming someone's life for the better.

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