- An African girl based in the UK, Leanne Afriyie Boateng, has asked her parents to donate money intended for her birthday to the needy
- The kind-hearted toddler just turned six years old in July
- The generous minor was recorded in a video announcing her decision to touch the lives of others
A six-year-old girl, Leanne Afriyie Boateng, has expressed unconditional love as the world battles the novel coronavirus.
Leanne recently had her birthday and the young princess asked her parents to donate the money intended for her party to charity.
At a time when the world appears to have been turned on its head against the dreadful backdrop of a global pandemic, Leanne’s benevolent persona and generous love is what many need to help them cope.
Without mincing words about her decision to donate to the needy and less privileged, Leanne shared in a video that she wants to impact lives with the money meant for her birthday party.
In the awe-inspiring footage on social media, Leanne is seen sitting on a swing while announcing that she wants to donate to the needy.
A moment in the adorable video has the little angel proudly voicing that she asked her parents to send money intended for her party to Kofi TV to be donated to help the needy.
Briefly.co.za recently reported that a new mother of triplets, Mary Tago, has revealed that she is struggling to fend for herself and her adorable babies.
Mary, a resident of Sarpeiman at Amasaman in the Greater Accra Region, has been hit hard with the challenge of providing for her kids. The mother of triplets' poor background has also compounded her current situation.
Speaking about her depressing condition in an interview, Mary, a trader, told Kofi TV she was selling rice water before she delivered her triplets.
In another story, a single mother with the Twitter name, tha_ashcash has proudly gushed about her academic milestone along with stunning graduation pictures.
The mother of two handsome boys posed alongside her children in the impressive photos. She revealed she has successfully graduated from a renowned university with a Bachelor’s degree in Health Science.
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