- Ndumie Manyika took to Facebook to share her inspiring story about how she is looking after her dad
- She revealed that her dad was there for her when she lost her mom at 9 and he was strong and supportive
- Ndumie revealed that her dad was there for her and she is now here for him and enjoys taking care of him
Ndumie Manyika took to Facebook and shared an inspiring post in the #ImStaying group about how she is enjoying being able to look after her dad.
He was there for her since her mom died when she was nine and raised her. She marked how strong and supportive he was.
When he got sick she stepped up to look after him and at first, it was daunting but she grew to love spending her time and money on her dad.
"When my mother passed, I was nine and He has been strong and there for me. When he got sick I asked myself how am I going to take care of him n where do I start? Guys am# staying am enjoying taking care of my father. Spending my money on him ndivakamandi#am staying"
Facebook users loved the touching posts and shared their reactions:
"Cherish your dad. Take care of him. That memory stays with you forever."
"Take care of him while you can, he looks healthy."
"You will be blessed, one day when you are your father's age."
"Your days will Blessed ....Honour your Dad and keep him safe ,well and good care ...Love you "
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that parents often silently struggle in life to ensure their children have a better future than they themselves had.
One man recently celebrated his father's hustle as a vegetable vendor at a station in Mabopane.
He took to social media to encourage others to support his dad's stall, where he works during the holidays:
"If ever you’re in Mabopane station, please come support my dad. These veggies helped me obtain my law degree so during the holidays I’m just out here."
In other news, Manda Roos took to Facebook and shared a touching story in the #ImStaying group about a boy called Joshua who has worked hard the whole year raising money.
He managed to make enough to give 11 pensioners a fantastic Christmas lunch. He not only raised the money but helped to cook and plate the 11 dishes.
The ambitious young man has already started thinking of plans for 2021 but is taking a break to spend time with his family and he wishes everyone a safe and happy Christmas.
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