- South Africans were inspired by the random act of kindness by a local lady and a group of high school learners
- The lady, Nicoline Brummer, saw a man in a wheelchair struggling to move
- So, she went to help her and soon afterwards a group of high school learners came to assist and they did not want a cent for their efforts
On Friday, Nicoline Brummer was in awe when she witness a random act of kindness. Brummer saw a wheelchair bound man struggling to move and she knew God wanted her to help him.
“I prayed while on my way to help him because I knew my back would not allow me to pick him up but I continued,” said Brummer.
The kind woman revealed a language barrier made it difficult for her to communicate with the man and she knew she needed extra help.
She said she noticed a group of Alexandra High School pupils nearby and she approached them to ask for help.
Briefly.co.za gathered the boys explained to Brummer that the man had to go to 50 Durban Road and they all volunteered to help push him to her car.
Martizburg Fever wrote on Facebook that another lady helped transport the man's wheelchair to his destination point because it did not fit in her car.
“These boys did not accept any money from me and once we got the man to where he needed to be they went as far as going to the shop and using the money that I had offered them to buy the man supplies,” she said
The story inspired South Africans who praised Brummer and the boys on social media.
Chevonne van Wyk commented: "Well done to these young men and Nicoline. What an inspiration and example to many!!"
Penelope Steven Haggard Louw added: "Well done young gentlemen! Your parents must be very proud of you all for showing such kindness to a complete stranger. Keep on doing what you are doing, because you will all be very blessed in life."
Neville Jarman wrote: "Awesome story. Well done Alexandrians. Good manners and respect and kindness will get you far in life."
Desiree Myers said: "Beautiful, heartwarming story! Well done Alex boys! And thank you for sharing."
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