Youth member uses carpentry skills to build furniture for over 80 students

Youth member uses carpentry skills to build furniture for over 80 students

- A youth member, Stephen Teru, has taken to social media to show an act of gratitude towards his host community in Nigeria

- Stephen, who is also a carpenter, used his skill to make over 80 items of furniture for schools in the community

- The kind young man also expressed his thankfulness to the good people of the community as well as to his family

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Kindness is a human quality that not many people possess. Sometimes, people feel only those who are rich have the ability to be kind. However, this is not always the case, seeing as even people who are trying to find their feet in life also do nice things for others. has gathered a report of a young corps member, Stephen Teru, who used his skill as a carpenter to make furniture for more than 80 pupils in his host community.

In a post shared on Stephen’s Facebook page, he explained that his act of kindness was towards two public schools in the communit, namely Community Secondary School and St Georges Primary School.

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The young man also shared photos of the works of his hand as he thanked the good people of the community.

See his post below:

This is wonderful.

Meanwhile, a proud mom gushed online how her son embodies the legacy of Nelson Mandela.

Karen Grobbelaar took to the #ImStaying Facebook page to share a photo of her son's work of art.

The image shows a massive mural of Madiba painted on his bedroom wall.

According to the proud mom, her son is a second-year mechanical engineering student now and he painted the mural while he was still in high school.

Youth member uses carpentry skill to build furniture for over 80 students

Photo credit: Karen Grobbelaar Source: Facebook - I'm Staying
Source: Facebook

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