- A young unemployed woman has taken to popular Facebook group I'mStaying to share pictures of the grocery parcels she bought for less fortunate to celebrate her birthday
- Nqobile Ntokazi Ka-Kingz said in her post that she decided to spend her birthday by feeding 8 families
- Her post received thousands of reactions from stayers who were touched by her kind actions
One act of kindness can go a very long way. Facebook group, I'mStaying member, Nqobile Ntokazi Ka-Kingz, proved this after she used her savings to spend her birthday putting together food parcels for the less fortunate.
Nqobile, who is also unemployed, said that she was inspired by other members of the I'mStaying group to be more generous and give, even though she only has a little herself.
"Today is my birthday and I'm staying. I am unemployed! But this group has taught me that you don't give because you have plenty, but giving is sharing what you have with others!! I have used my savings to share with other!! I'm feeding 8 family today!! And for this reason I'm staying "
Her post received thousands of reactions from people who were touched by her kind heart and generosity.
While some encouraged her to keep on being a good-hearted person, others wished her a happy birthday. Here are some of their comments.
Kugen Redhi said:
"Happy birthday God's richest blessings upon you always."
Cynthia Makgoka said:
"ABUNDANT BLESSINGS TO YOU on your special day ma sista. May GOD ALMIGHTY BLESS YOU ABUNDANTLY AND GRANT YOU ALL THE DEVINE DESIRES OF YOUR HEART!!!! YOUR MOM IS OBVIOUSLY A BLESSED WOMAN."
In other Briefly.co.za news, Clement Molobela has once again taken to Twitter to say thank you to the people who helped him during his darkest moments. Two years ago the young student shared pictures of his broken school clothes, along with a plea for help from anyone willing.
His desperate cry for help was heard by local celebrity Boitumelo Thulo better known as Boity as well as a few other generous people. Two years later, Clement says that he is in matric and doing much better - "grinding very well.
Tweeps who were impressed at Clement's thankful heart encouraged the young man to keep "grinding". They also wished him luck with his upcoming matriculant exams.
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