- A middle-aged amputee has been captured in a video dancing to express gratitude for his life despite being physically challenged
- In the video online, the man dances as the Ghanaian artiste, Kofi Kinaata, performs his hit banger Susuka at an event
- The goosebumps-raising clip has evoked emotions and garnered tons of comments online
A middle-aged amputee has been captured in a video dancing to express gratitude for his life despite his condition.
The physically challenged man was filmed in crutches at an event where the Ghanaian artiste, Kofi Kinaata was performing his smash hit, Susuka.
The heart-warming lyrics of the song, which appear to speak to the man's situations, evoked his sense of gratitude as he stormed the dance floor to display his dance moves.
Despite the difficulty in dancing without the crutches, the man confidently abandoned it and joined Kofi Kinaata on the dance floor with his hands in the air to note that he was thankful.
The video has inspired many on social media and earned positive remarks from them.
Earlier, Briefly News reported that during the Covid-19 lockdown measures in 2020, a kind man helped a boy who had been struggling to walk due to an injury and had just come from being treated.
The boy had hurt his foot and due to the restrictions on movement, public transport vehicles were unavailable. A stranger saw the South African boy’s struggles and offered to carry him for one kilometre to his home.
On 17 May, the child finally got a chance to repay the kind stranger, who has been identified as James Hall, on his birthday. According to James, the boy went to wish him a happy birthday bearing avocado gifts.
A seemingly excited James said the boy’s foot had healed and he was walking fine. He termed the avocados the best gift he received.
“Remember last year I found a boy at hospital struggling to walk? No taxis, buses because of Covid lockdown, so I picked him up and carried him 1km uphill to his home, surprising myself by my fitness?
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