- A 60-year-old Ghanaian farmer who won the best disabled farmer in 2018 has shown how he works and takes care of himself
- Lawrence indicates that he was never able to find a wife and has now given up on the idea
- He adds that many people have been stealing from him due to his condition but his only worry is he has nobody to care for him when he grows weaker
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Lawrence, a Ghanaian visually impaired farmer has demonstrated how he has been able to go about all his farming duties without any assistance from anyone.
In a short documentary sighted by Briefly.co.za on the Facebook handle of JoyNews, the 60-year-old man indicated that he has been living alone without any wife or child for God knows how long.
According to him, he tried everything possible to get a partner but was not able to because of his state of disability.
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Sadly, Lawrence says that many times, his hard work is thrown away as people come into his farm to pick up farm produce he cultivated and harvested.
Lawrence, however, indicates that the theft is not a big issue to him as his only worry now is who would take care of him when he is finally too weak to work.
It is indicated that because of his hard work, Lawrence was awarded as the best disability farmer in the year 2018.
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Lots of social media users have been sharing their views on Lawrence's story.
Frederick Buachie blessed Lawrence and celebrated him for being a hero.
Grace Adu-Boahemaa asked God to be with Lawrence always:
Lizzy Frickylady called Lawrence her father and prayed for someone to go to his aid soon:
In another report, a passionate Ghanaian mother has spoken her views on the ban on social gatherings, particularly for schools to be lifted very soon or too many school girls will get pregnant.
According to the woman who appears to have had some sort of proof regarding her statements, many school-going children have already been impregnated at Kasoa.
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