"Depressed and Unworthy": Hungry Student Begs for a Job or Donations

"Depressed and Unworthy": Hungry Student Begs for a Job or Donations

- A young South African student recently broke many hearts after sharing his financial struggle

- In a touching post, the man says he feels unworthy because he is suffering so much and barely has food to eat

- Many people offered kind words while some even offered the young man some monetary support

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A young student recently had so many people in their feels after posting about how he is struggling to feed himself. In the heartbreaking post, the man asks if anyone can help him with a job or at least some food.

"I'm so depressed and feeling so unworthy, I'm a student, can you please help me with a job and pay me with a food voucher please kundzima.I can wash cars,do the garden, laundry...please help," he wrote.
"Depressed and Unworthy": Hungry Student Begs for a Job or Donations
A hungry student is asking for help. Image: Unsplash
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Many South Africans could not stand seeing one of their own suffering so much and so many of them headed to the comment section to offer whatever help they could. Read a few of their thoughtful tweets below:

@SimphiwePGiven said:

"Where are you based mfethu, this tore me. Look I'm not rich but I can't stand someone suffering like this. Please DM me."

@Jack49867380 said:

"That friend of yours is the way to better days. Loyalty pays of trust me that dude has faith in the lord no matter what."

Briefly News also reported that a school dropout identified as Abdullateef has seen his dream come true after months of begging on the street. The young boy has been enrolled in school, thanks to contributions and support from kind-hearted Nigerians.

The lady who had kick-started the campaign back in May 2020 to ensure he returned to school said she had an encounter with him around March 2020 where she had gone to get ice cream.

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In a Twitter post, the woman identified with the handle @Zaya__Armani stated that young Abdullateef had approached her with his primary 5 and 6 results to seek funds to start a sweets business.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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