Good Samaritan flies to Durban to gift needy woman with wheelchair

Good Samaritan flies to Durban to gift needy woman with wheelchair

- BI Phakathi recently shared a video showing himself giving away a wheelchair to a disabled woman

- He travelled all the way to Durban to bless her with the invaluable gift

- Social media users were impressed by the display of love

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A kind man travelled all the way to Durban to gift a disadvantaged and disabled woman with a wheelchair. A video of the hand-over was shared online and social media users were impressed by the act of kindness.

BI Phakathi shared a video on Facebook showing a visit he recent took to Durban to give a paralysed woman a wheelchair. Sharing her story, the woman revealed that she has been unable to walk for the last three years. No one is sure what the cause of the paralysis is. Phakathi then gifted the woman with groceries and money on top of the wheelchair. Social media users were impressed by the kindness.

Facebook user Shaun Kemsley said:

"BI, you are a very special man with a good heart and clean mind. I am not a very religious person but I can tell that a higher power is guiding you. Keep doing what you do sir, I hope you and your family are blessed for the rest of your lives"

Tlale Walekhosi Zimba said:

"Mr Phakathi the most valuable thing you have done for Gogo is that wheelchair you donate for her its tough when you not able to go to church even when you want to. In Jesus name Gogo is healed by holy spirit. May the mighty God bless you Mr Phakathi"

Steve Oliver said:

"The good things you do will not go unnoticed and it will help and inspire others to do the same. You are such an inspiration"

Sophie Ndlovu said:

"The place she wants to go is church. Yaz wena BI. U i s'busiso..Sia bonga bhut"

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Deeyear Mzimela Mthethwa said:

"You shall be served your blessings Mr BI Phakathi, such actions are of vitality these days as companion and compassion is never exercised that lot. Keep helping, one day you shall reap what you sow"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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