Female Students who Used to Trek Long Distances to School Get New Bicycles from Kind Man

Female Students who Used to Trek Long Distances to School Get New Bicycles from Kind Man

- A very generous man, GMB Akash, has put smiles on the faces of many students as he gave them bicycles

- Akash said that the bicycles will help conserve their strength for studies, that way, they are not exhausted on the road to school

- Many people have showered praises on the kind man, saying he has changed the future of those girls with his act of unconditional love

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A Bangladeshi photographer, GMB Akash, has shown that the real essence of life is all about helping those who are in great need.

The photographer who was born in 1977 has been of great help to those who have been marginalised for many years.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, March 16, the man said that his life dream is to empower underprivileged female students with bicycles.

Akash revealed that so far, he has given 30 of those out to people he has known for some time. A mother of one of the beneficiaries spoke about how the bicycle changed the life of her daughter.

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She disclosed that before then, her child was always trekking long distances to and fro school every day. The woman prayed for the philanthropist.

Female students who used to trek long distance to school get new bicycles from kind man
The man said he hopes to touch the lives of every girl from poor houses with his resources. Photo source: GMB Akash
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The photojournalist said he has tried to ensure that students do not get exhausted on the way to their places of learning, revealing he had gifted one girl from every 3 families a bicycle each.

Many Facebook users praised his noble heart, asking God to reward him for his selfless act. Below are some of the reactions to his Facebook post:

Tanima Haque said:

"This is amazing. So great to see someone make a change in this world rather than just complain about it."

Ubah A Mohamed said:

"Masha Allah, absolutely beautiful. May Allah continue to bless you and protect you. Your fan base is proud of you and the work you do! You are truly changing their lives for the better."

Fazeela Hosein said:

"You are truly an angel, may God bless you beyond anything you can ever imagine, l wish l could help, but sadly lm not in a position to do that, but l can pray for God to help you with whatever you need to to complete your mission."

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Zulkarnine Akash said:

"You're an inspiration sir, I wish there were more people like you, please keep spreading the positivity that people need. Love you."

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that Chloe Marino dropped something valuable at the grocery store and had no idea that an angel would have delivered at her doorstep.

Chloe who lives in Hawaii shopped in a hurry and left for home only to realise she had left behind her wallet.

At the time, the mum was with her five-month-old son.

A security guard named Aina Townsend saw the wallet and knew the owner was probably wondering where she left it or how she lost it.

Aina got off work when his shift ended, hopped onto his bicycle and rode for 4km as he searched for his customer’s home.

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