Teacher uses N1.4m raised for daughter's car to feed the homeless

Teacher uses N1.4m raised for daughter's car to feed the homeless

- Ebrahim Abrahams had been saving up to purchase a car for his daughter to reward her for graduating

- Upon seeing the plight of the needy in his community, he opted to use the N1.4m to initiate a feeding scheme instead

- The primary school teacher revealed that his remarkable daughter not only supported the idea but has donated to the cause as well

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Legit.ng has reported on many wonderful stories of people contributing their quota to fight against the Covid-19 pandemic and the nationwide lockdown.

A primary school teacher, Ebrahim Abrahams is part of these people and his act has got many people surprised.

Abrahams had been saving up to reward his daughter with a car upon completion of her PhD in Geology.

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However, Daily Voice reported that the doting father was so moved by the need in his community, that he decided to use the N1.4m to start a feeding scheme instead.

The father of 10 works at a primary school in Cape Town and wondered how the needy children were coping with the school closure.

Abrahams explained, "I wondered how they were surviving the lockdown without the meals from school.”

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The best part is that his 26-year old daughter Miengah not only supported his proposal but has even donated to the cause.

Abrahams added, “My family supported me from the first day I announced this and they are the ones who help prepare the daily meals.”

Legit.ng learnt that the feeding scheme has been operating since the inception of the lockdown and has been serving 500 meals per day.

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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that a poor widow cooked stones to feed her hungry children.

To survive the economic hardship that the ongoing lockdown caused, a woman named Peninah Bahti Kitsao living in Mombasa, Kenya, was cooking stones for her children. Before the coronavirus lockdown, the woman worked as a local laundrywoman.

But when the restriction was imposed, her customer base drastically dwindled. Peninah said that she always hoped they would fall asleep as they wait on end for the meal (stones) to get done.

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