- A mother of two living with a disability, Georgina Yawa Ankrah, has received a donation in cash and other useful items from the De-Graft Johnson Foundation
- The items include a mattress, Nasco TV, bedspreads, ceiling fan, carpet, buckets, toiletries, a phone, adult pampers, and an undisclosed amount of money
- De-Graft Johnson Foundation made the disclosure in a Facebook post
Georgina Yawa Ankrah, a mother of two living with a disability, has received a donation in cash and other items from De-Graft Johnson Foundation.
The 40-year-old ailing mother whose second child is also suffering from Down Syndrome, shared her heart-rending story as she appealed for financial help to care for her child in a story on Joy News.
As reported previously, The Rebecca Foundation stepped in to donate in support of Ankrah.
De-Graft Johnson Foundation has followed-up with another kind gesture as the charity has supplied her with useful items and an undisclosed amount to make her life comfortable.
In a post on social media, the foundation said, ''Today, March 12, 2021, the De-Graft Johnson Show paid a visit again to Madam Georgina Nyawa. We donated a new bed, new mattress, brand new Nasco TV, bedspreads, new ceiling fan, carpet, buckets, toiletries, a brand new phone, adult pampers, an undisclosed amount of money, etc to her to aid her cope with life. We through this want to express our profound gratitude to all those who support what we do in diverse ways. God richly bless you and your families. I bless my young team who work tirelessly to make things happen.''
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za also reported that a Nigerian man who had a rough childhood and could not get what he wanted as a kid has put big smiles on the faces of public students. In a LinkedIn post, Chinedu Junior Ihekwoaba said that he remembered that he was once sent out of school for a $29 (R425) fee because his mother could not pay.
Chinedu disclosed that because he did not want people to know he was not going to school, he would dress in his uniform every morning and hustled instead. From his business, he was making $1.30 R20) daily. On the third day of faking going to school, the young man sprained his ankle.
Writhing in pain, a Good Samaritan saw him and noticed he spoke correct English. After knowing why he was not in school, he helped him. Chinedu revealed that since that encounter, he has vowed to “pay it forward” and help people. Sharing a photo, the man showed how excited the public students were when he gifted them pairs of socks.
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