78-year-old woman who picks 'pure water' packs to survive gets help

78-year-old woman who picks 'pure water' packs to survive gets help

- Mama Rose Adjei, a 78-year-old woman who packs water sachets for a living, has been pleasantly surprised with a gift of R2 900

- The old woman was given the amount by the founder of Crime Check Foundation under their Street Charity Project

- Mama Rose reveals that she has no children taking care of her as her only child has not been seen in many years

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A 78-year-old woman from Ghana identified as Mama Rose Adjei,awho picks water sachets and sells them for a living, has been pleasantly surprised with a donation from Crime Check Foundation's Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng.

The story was shared on the official Facebook page of the Crime Check Foundation where it was revealed that the old woman has no children to take care of her.

It is indicated that the 78-year-old had an only child who would have supported her but the child has not been seen for many years.

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In the words of Ibrahim himself, "When I asked her why, she said she has no one to support her in life, so she has to make do with it for a living. Her only child who would have supported her has also not been seen for so many years."

Reports have confirmed that the funds with which Mama Rose Adjei was given the 'massive' surprise were provided through the help of Zoro King.

According to Ibrahim's statement, Zoro King presented about R32k to the CCF to support their Street Charity Project.

In other news, a 22-year-old African-American wrestler by the name of Zion Clark, who was born without legs and grew up in foster homes, has become a powerful wrestler and athlete.

According to Face2FaceAfrica.com, Zion's exploits were not only in the world of wrestling as he went on to become Ohio’s fastest wheelchair runner and won the 2016 100-metre and 400-metre state titles.

The hardworking young man, whose condition emerged from a rare medical condition known as caudal regression syndrome, is reported to have started wrestling when he was just two and kept practising it more like a hobby since then.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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