- Kofi Nyarko is a hardworking kenkey seller based in Tema in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana
- He has received over GHc3,000 (N170,782.55) and a tricycle from some Ghanaians living abroad following an interview with DJ Naami of SVTV Africa
- In his latest interview, Nyarko expressed gratitude to the charitable people and the media outlet based in Ghana
A Ghanaian kenkey seller, Kofi Nyarko, has received over GHc3000 (N170,782.55) and a tricycle, locally known as 'keke', from donors living outside the country.
It would be recalled that Kofi Kenkey, as he is widely known, shared his story a few weeks ago with SVTV Africa, revealing why he decided to sell kenkey.
He disclosed that people belittle him because of his chosen business. According to him, three ladies told him stealing would be better than selling Fante kenkey.
People showed him love
In a subsequent interview, Nyarko told DJ Nyaami that some Ghanaians abroad sent him money.
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The Tema-based kenkey seller disclosed that one person gave him GHc2000 (N113,855.03) and the tricycle. He added that others also gave him money, amounting to over GHc3000 (N170,782.55), as he expressed immense gratitude.
Nyarko also sent out words of gratitude to SVTV Africa.
Watch the interview below:
Man gave woman
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported in two videos, a kind Nigerian man, Obaseki Osazekomwen Daniel, put big smiles on an old woman's face.
In the first video, the kind man pulled up beside where the woman sells petty things by the roadside.
When he asked her what challenges she is facing in doing business, the old trader said she needs an umbrella and a bench which would cost N7,000.
Woman helped her maid
In other news, a Belorussian blogger living in Nigeria helped her maid in a very lovely way. After getting to know that the lady has some financial problems in settling her child's school fees, she stepped in.
The woman who runs a well-followed Instagram page called @white_in_africa was able to appeal to people and gather funds for her.
After getting the money, she approached the maid in her compound and told her that she has been able to get funds for her child's current and next term school fees.