Father of 3 nearly faints after he receives R55 000 donation

Father of 3 nearly faints after he receives R55 000 donation

- A duster hawker, Appiagyei has received a cash donation of R55 000 from Crime Check Foundation

- The father of three previously received R1700 from the foundation

- Appiagyei was visibly overwhelmed with joy and nearly fainted when he received the cash amount

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A struggling duster seller identified as Appiaagyei has cried his heart out after he received a cash donation of nineteen thousand Ghana cedis.

Appiagayei was overwhelmed and his joy turned to tears after he received the money.

Appiagyei was pleasantly surprised by a Crime Check TV representative who met him randomly in town.

The poor father, who has been selling duster for 10 years with a total capital of R345 was recently given a cash donation of R55 000 by the Crime Check Foundation.

Appiagayei was overwhelmed and his joy turned to tears after he received the money.

Crime Check Foundation made the donation to him after 44 donors gave cash to be given to the struggling father to help alleviate his plights.

The caption on Crime Check's official Facebook page that accompanied the kind gesture and photos read:

''Duster seller, Appiagyei cried his heart out after we gave him 600 Gh cedis. Today, he nearly fainted after we presented nineteen thousand Ghana cedis to him being donations from 44 donors.

Poverty is indeed a disease. We couldn't believe it seeing the deplorable conditions under which he lives. On our way to the bank now to open an account for him. Many thanks to all those who contributed. We can all make the world a better place with the little we do for others in need. May the Almighty Allah richly bless you. CCF will formally launch its Street Charity series soon. Come join us support the poor and the needy."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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