- The #ImStaying Facebook group is warming hearts once again after a collage of pictures was uploaded showing a man and his produce
- The man, known as PK, grows fresh produce in his backyard for the local community to enjoy
- Facebook users shared words of encouragement and pride as they scrolled through the images
Facebook group #ImStaying has made it into our hearts again after a post by member, Neftal Ubisi, had over 900 reactions. The post is a collage of pictures of a man known as "PK" and his produce.
The post shows PK in various pictures cleaning, harvesting and posing with his produce which he grows in his backyard in Islington, Mpumalanga. He has not limited himself to what he grows as pictures of chillies, tomatoes and spinach are just a few of the wonderful produce he grows.
The caption of the post read:
"Meet pk, he's the reasons #imstaying and the reason why the people of Islington village and the surrounding areas always have fresh produced vegetables everyday. He's doing all this from the backyard garden. With the help of community and friends the people of Bushbuckridge can now enjoy local supply, big up bro."
Facebook users were quick to share their excited reactions to PK and his produce. Here are some of the positive comments.
Hilda Lloyd commented:
"Well done. So good to see this happening. Must be so proud of yourselves."
Bheki Malomola wrote:
"Well done let's support our local farmers."
Janice Martin van Eck said:
"Brilliant tough times always produce new entrepreneurs."
In other news, Briefly.co.za previously reported on a hardworking #ImStaying member proudly showing off his 2 jobs on Facebook. Facebook group #ImStaying is making waves once again after group member RenneckProvide RoseUniquemunhle Mrkhoza shared a compilation of pictures with a brief caption proudly showing off his two jobs.
With over 15 000 reactions, the post was met with an influx of encouraging comments as well as over 250 shares. Many members of the #ImStaying group commended Mrkhoza whilst others shared their stories.
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