- A young boy in Ghana who was spotted carrying a big log of wood has been blessed by social media users
- Nana Tea, a popular social media influencer who took the photo of the boy, got calls from many wishing to assist with donations
- The monies were gathered and varieties of useful items were purchased for the young boy and his family
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A young Ghanaian boy who was captured in a photo carrying a big log of wood has received massive blessings from Ghanaians on social media.
In the heartwarming report sighted by Legit.ng in the popular Facebook group Tell It All, Nana Tea, the brain behind the entire movement, gave a detailed account of how it all unfolded.
Nana Tea is famous for taking interesting shots everywhere he goes and sharing them with the public on social media.
On one of his many commutes, Nana Tea came across the young boy who is from a poor family and had to assist, even at his age, by engaging in strenuous activities.
After sharing the boy's photo online, many people reached out with donations to help the young boy and Nana Tea gladly received them on behalf of the child.
The young boy's life has been totally transformed with the donations as Nana Tea purchased many goods including provisions, clothing, as well as different schooling and working equipment for the boy and his family.
In other news, in a video that emerged on social media, a Nigerian mum who sells akara was almost in tears as a stranger, Obaseki Daniel, gifted her money to support her business.
In the video, the woman was asked by the stranger why she was using gas to fry her akara instead of charcoal.
The woman explained to the stranger that using gas makes her environment neat as against using charcoal.
She gave numerous reasons why she prefers gas to charcoal, and this impressed the stranger who extended bundle of naira notes to her.
The woman was emotional and thanked the Good Samaritan effusively for the cash gift.
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