Good Samaritan blesses man who was ignored while asking for help

Good Samaritan blesses man who was ignored while asking for help

- BI Phakathi has helped another unsuspecting person in the streets of Mzansi

- This time he found a man struggling to pay for a packet of potatoes in a shop

- He paid for the potatoes and bought him a trolley-full of groceries

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A Good Samaritan has come to the rescue of a man who was short of money while trying to buy potatoes in a shop recently. The man was so desperate to buy them that he ended up asking other customers for donations, but was ignored. A kind stranger saw his need and bought the potatoes along with other grocery items.

BI Phakathi shared a touching video showing a man desperately trying to buy food. He did not have enough money to make the purchase. Phakathi offered to buy the potatoes for him and ended up getting an entire trolley-full of groceries.

The grateful man thanked Phakathi for his kindness. The philanthropist then gave him an additional amount of money for transport to get home. Social media users were touched by the kindness displayed.

Facebook user Myra Jordaan said:

"So wonderful heart to bless him with food and more than he could believe. Thank you so much, my brother."

Koleka Sofuthe said:

"Keep up the good work BI, please come to Cape Town, I want to see you face to face."

Nuella Oracio said:

"May you and your household never lack anything... May He replenish from where you have taken... angels do exist."

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Anneke Van Tonder said:

"He can go home and feed his family thanks to your kindness. BI Phakathi you are a person anyone can call a friend. God will bless you deeply. Hope everyone learns from you, I know in my heart I have a million times over."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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