- A Ghanaian mother of 4 who sells 'pure water' for a living has had the shock of her life after being pleasantly surprised by kind donors
- The woman who struggled to take care of herself and the children was given an apartment along with GHc 7,500 (R22 000) to get herself established
- Vida could not hold back her emotions as she wept uncontrollably when she was presented with the gifts
Vida Nsor, a Ghanaian pure water seller who is also a single mother of four has been pleasantly surprised with a full apartment along with GHc 7,500 (R22 000 ) to get herself established.
Stvafrica foundation in Ghana was responsible for the gesture as a video report sighted by Briefly.co.za indicates that the group aired the sachet water hawker's story on their social media platforms.
After watching the story of how the single mother was struggling to take care of herself and the children, tons of Ghanaians decided to give her a helping hand.
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It is reported that several people donated huge amounts but an anonymous philanthropist went the extra mile to give the woman an apartment in addition.
Vida was presented with the said amount by SVTV Africa, and taken to her newly given home. With uncontrollable tears of joy, she thanked everyone who did her the favour and asked that God blesses them abundantly so they can do more for others.
In a flash, Vida's life story was changed from grass to grace through no effort of her own and it is understandable she could only express her emotions in tears.
Briefly.co.za also reported in another heartwarming story that Charlotte Mukantwari, a beautiful lady, got married to Gabin Ndayizigiye at a hospital after Gabin was involved in an accident that crippled him just days before the wedding.
According to a report sighted by Briefly.co.za on BBC, the wedding took place on 4 June, barely a week after Gabin was involved in an accident on 30 June.
It is reported that the bride had been at the bedside of her fiance since the day of the motorcycle accident and insisted she would not allow the marriage ceremony to be postponed.
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