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US News Nice: The town hall will offer a job to the homeless who offered his savings to the victims of the storm Alex

19:15  14 october  2020
19:15  14 october  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Nicknamed "Jojo", this Romanian homeless has been sleeping in the streets of Nice for four years

Un SDF près du palais de justice de Nice (Illustration) © SYSPEO / SIPA A homeless man near of the Nice courthouse (Illustration) BELLE HISTOIRE - Nicknamed "Jojo", this Romanian homeless man has been sleeping in the streets of Nice for four years

His gesture in return generated a surge of solidarity to get him off the street. Moved by the distress of flood victims in the Alpes-Maritimes, after the passage of storm Alex, a Romanian SDF from Nice donated his savings to help them. The town hall offered him a job.

Jojo’s story touches me and this exceptional solidarity he shows touches me even more. With @cestrosi we want to reach out to him by offering him a job at @VilledeNice pic.twitter.com/hXsfiAs7Pp

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Ion-Nelu Gioroiu, nicknamed "Jojo", donated the 150 euros earned by selling a magazine published by the Solidarity 06 association for the benefit of the homeless, whose last issue also devotes a portrait to him. Installed at the entrance to a car park in central Nice, he confided in this article his hope of finding work, housing and taking a French course.

An apartment at his disposal

His wish is granted: a job in the cleaning service of the town hall is promised to him and for the first time, "he no longer sleeps outside", explains a volunteer from the Secours populaire who brought him his meals during the evening marauding. A benefactress also made accommodation available to her through the Café Suspended association.

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"I woke him up this morning at 8 am in the apartment. He is happy and over the moon, adds the volunteer, who preferred to remain anonymous. I will continue to follow him. "They must in particular go together to the Romanian consulate in Marseille so that" Jojo "can have his papers stolen by attackers redone.

Abandoned at his birth in Craiova (southwest of Romania), the man lived in an orphanage under the Ceausescu era, in the street during the 1989 revolution, then in Italy where he went on to work without paper before arrive in France in 2017.

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