- South Africa's faceless philanthropist, BI Phakhati has struck again and spread joy and happiness
- One of his followers reached out to him on Twitter and asked him to help a disabled man get a new wheelchair
- BI came through and worked his magic and organised a brand new wheelchair for Jones
BI Phakathi, South Africa's faceless philanthropist was contacted on Twitter by one of his followers.
@KeModisi told BI that he knows a man by the name of Jones who is disabled and his wheelchair is in bad shape.
"Met this man Jones, he gave me permission to post him cos he's asking for help He is based in Limpopo (Steeiloop) his situation is bad, his only wheelchair is worn out front wheel is broken, can Twitter please help him."
The video was posted on the 9th of April and it took BI just short of two weeks to come through. He managed to get Jones a brand new wheelchair and you can see in the video how happy he is.
"Thanks to @biphakathi for coming through and making it possible for Jones to get a new wheelchair. Without you, it would've been difficult to find a new Wheelchair.
Jones is grateful for what you did to him."
BI acknowledged the tweet and replied:
"God bless you, you did a great job send my greetings to him."
Twitter users were thrilled by BI's generosity. He is constantly helping those who are less fortunate.
"Mr BI Siyabonga, Handshake when is your birthday so I can get u a gift for change because wow! Your heart."
"Stay blessed BI you are definitely one of God's angels."
"Blessing upon you sir keep doing good for others you are appreciated."
Earlier, Briefly News reported that BI Phakathi, South Africa's faceless philanthropist has struck again. He was passing along and smelt something delicious.
He stopped by some homeless men enjoying some chakalaka with bread and mentioned that it smelt good.
They invited him to try some and have as much as he'd like. The video then cuts to Phakati and the homeless men in a supermarket and he tells them to take as much food as they like.
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