Man reaches out to colleague who lost job after becoming paralysed

Man reaches out to colleague who lost job after becoming paralysed

- A proud daughter gushed about her dad's selflessness on social media

- She revealed her father had gone the extra mile for a former co-worker

- The colleague lost his job after becoming paralysed

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On Tuesday, Kayleigh Wicks took to Facebook to gush about her wonderful dad - who went out of his way to help a former co-worker, who has been identified as Sipho.

Wicks took to the Facebook page #ImStaying to reveal how her dad helped Sipho, who lost his job after becoming disabled.

"One of the staff members my dad works with recently became paralysed and has lost his job," she wrote.

Wicks added that her dad, Alan, had since been assisting the family with buying them cooldrinks and transporting them to their home in the township.

Alan has also started the construction of a ramp at Sipho's home to make it more wheelchair-friendly.

"My dad has gone the extra mile in assisting his family by buying the family cooldrinks, using his vehicle to take them to their home in the township deep in the Mpumalanga mountains and is building them a ramp to make his home wheelchair-friendly."

Wicks added:

"I am #staying for my dad and people like Sipho and mama Flora. A very blessed daughter I am!"
Man reaches out to colleague who lost job after becoming paralysed

Screenshot of a message sent to Wicks. Photo credit: Kayleigh Wicks/Facebook.
Source: Facebook

READ ALSO: Kind woman feeds and clothes struggling family, inspires Mzansi gathered the post inspired South Africans who applauded Alan for his selflessness.

Bajoje Bafo Bajoje commented:

"People go the extra mile just to keep our continent alive and warm. Big up to your father."

Barbara Barrett added:

"Thank you for all you are doing for Sipho. God bless you abundantly."

Prince Peter Mhako wrote:

"Thank you so much mkhulu for your kind heart. God bless."

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