- A physically challenged man has a reason to be joyous again after being blessed with cash by kindhearted individuals
- The 36-year-old was abandoned by his parents owing to his condition, forcing his younger brother to take on parenting responsibility
- It is reported that his younger brother who quit school to cater for him has been taking care of the man for years
Help has come the way of a physically challenged man who had before now been wallowing in sorrow and had lost hope at a better life.
The kind-hearted strangers gifted the man huge wads of cash after his story went viral on social media.
He was abandoned by his parents years ago
@afrimax who shared the sad story of the 36-year-old man reported that his parents had abandoned him years ago due to his condition.
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With his parents' action, the responsibility of catering for him fell on the shoulders of his younger brother.
And for the past 10 years, his younger brother played the role of his parents by providing food as well as helping him move about.
Legit.ng gathered that his younger brother had to drop out of school to fend for himself and his elder brother properly, but all that has changed now thanks to the kind gesture of the good-spirited persons who made cash donations.
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Social media reacts
"My God bless you afrimax for you good work of love."
"How much is wheelchair? How can they be supported ??"
"Instead of the money why nor provide him with a wheelchair first so that the younger brother can be free."
"Thanks to everyone that helped."
"Oh noo this is heartbreaking."
Conjoined twins abandoned by parents get job with two salaries
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that conjoined twins abandoned by their parents had bagged a job with two salaries.
India’s Punjab State Power Corporation Limited (PSPCL) has hired the 19-year-olds to look after their control room for about N55,000 a month.
“We are thankful to the Punjab government for recognizing our talent,” the twins said in a joint statement.
The Chief Managing Director of PSPCL said that Sohna and Mohna had shown their talent during a visit to the corporation’s training site. The twins each have obtained a diploma in electronics.