- A group of ladies is being praised for using their days off to feed the homeless and underprivileged
- A picture of the ladies was uploaded to the #ImStaying group on Facebook by Clement Ndebele as his reason for Staying
- Stayers took to the comments section to thank the stunning ladies for their good deeds
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A group of ladies has been commended for feeding the homeless. Clement Ndebele shared an image of the stunning ladies to the #ImStaying group of Facebook. According to Clement, the ladies feed the homeless and underprivileged.
Clement says they use their Saturdays to cook for those in need at Woodstock in Cape Town. The ladies in their yellow aprons are all smiles in the image that Clement uploaded. His post received a ton of positive reactions.
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Stayers loved the fact that these ladies go out of their way on their days off to help those who need it. The comments section is full of love, blessings and positivity.
Clement captioned the post: "Shout out to these ladies who take their free Saturdays to cook for the homeless and less privileged in Woodstock Cape Town... I'm staying because such people still exist." Legit.ng compiled a few of the comments left for the ladies.
Yvonne MacQuilkan wrote:
"Thank you so much."
Napzen Tally Monnapule said:
"God bless you sisters."
Odette Berger responded:
"You have got kind hearts."
Cynthia Swartz added:
"Awesome job ladies!"
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In other news, Legit.ng earlier reported that Michael Ibru was one of the greatest men in the country who made it big by doing something novel. In 1957, he started producing and marketing frozen fish.
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When he started, it was an entirely new market as there was no taste for the product. That, however, did not deter him from breaking limits in the business.
He did not allow the people's saying that he was offering “mortuary fish” to stop him despite the fact that he was in his early 20s.
With an astute mind, Ibru was later able to make Nigerians see why frozen fish was a good deal. He also set up his own distribution channel all across the country.
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Source: Legit.ng News