Good Samaritan blesses beggar with money and new wheelchair

Good Samaritan blesses beggar with money and new wheelchair

- BI Phakathi has brought tears to people's eyes with another video

- He helped a man in a wheelchair with food and money

- The man was also gifted with a brand-new wheelchair

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BI Phakathi has once again blessed an unsuspecting man on the streets. He met a wheelchair-bound man begging at a traffic intersection. He gave the man money and told him to go home. The Good Samaritan then went on to buy the beggar a new wheelchair as his old one was broken.

Phakathi shared the heart-warming video on his Facebook page. He met the man named Clint on the streets. Clint was begging for money from motorists. Phakathi gave him a large sum of money and told him to go home. After hearing the man complain about his wheelchair, Phakathi then went to buy him a wheelchair.

Social media users were touched by the kind gesture. Facebook user Pamella Mhlari said:

"God bless you, let there be overflow of blessings in your life and lives you have touched, their lives will never be the same again, Thank You Jesus Christ Amen."

Carolina Francois said:

"Can't stop crying fully of Joy...BI Phakathi I have never cry so many tears of happiness in my life. Thank you for allowing me to experience these tears of Joy .Thank you Lord for putting this Human Angel on earth"

Peter Chileshe said:

"You have made me cry, the tears of Joy, man you have so much love for everyone. God continue bless your hands and your pockets. May God bless your family. I have run out of words, thanks on behalf of everyone that you have helped and that you are yet to help"

Genevieve Schultz said:

"You are an inspiration and love in action"

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Ruba BP said:

"I wait for your videos every day to see how God will reach His hands to help the miserable through you... You are so lucky!"

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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