Stunned hawker breaks down in tears after receiving R3 000 gift

Stunned hawker breaks down in tears after receiving R3 000 gift

- A Ghanaian street hawker identified as Diana Danso has shed uncontrollable tears after receiving GHC1 000 (R3 000) as a surprise

- The 'massive' presentation was made by Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the founder of the Crime Check Foundation

- Diana Danso said that her capital for the business is GHC200 (R600) which she uses to take care of herself and her two children

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Diana Danso, a Ghanaian streek hawker who has been selling petty items for eight good years, has been pleasantly surprised with GHC1 000 (R3 000), a gesture that caused her to shed uncontrollable tears.

Photos shared on the official Facebook handle of the Crime Check Foundation who made the presentation captured the lady with a teary face filled with emotions.

Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng the founder of the Crime Check Foundation made the presentation in what is thought to be under the group's Street Charity Project with funding from Zoro King.

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Reports indicate that the middle-aged woman runs her sales on the working capital of just GHC200 (R600), which is very little given the current economic situation in Ghana.

According to Diana Danso, the little amount she makes from her hawking takes care of her two children together with her herself.

It is not exactly clear whether the middle-aged woman has a husband or what happened to the father of the children but it is obvious from the report that there is no man who provides her with any assistance.

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Her shock and tears of joy in the photos after receiving the money is clearly understood given the kind of situation she's has been in for several years. A number of women in poverty have been pleasantly surprised in a similar way lately.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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