Halala: Young Boy Who Couldn't Afford School in 2021 Is Now Going, Mzansi Is Overjoyed

Halala: Young Boy Who Couldn't Afford School in 2021 Is Now Going, Mzansi Is Overjoyed

  • A social media user posted a photo of a boy he met in September 2021 and shared the story of their encounter
  • In the Twitter post @terrymap1 went into detail about how the boy had informed him that his grandparents could not afford to take him to school
  • In a beautiful turn of events through the man's efforts the boy will now be able to attend school this year

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A social media user @terrymap1 took to Twitter to share a heart-warming story of how a boy who couldn’t afford to go to school last year, will now be able to when school’s reopen this year.

Little Boy, School, 2021, Mzansi, South Africa
A little boy whose family couldn't afford to take him to school will be going to school this year after a social media user helped him. Image: @terrymap1/ Twitter
Source: Twitter

He captioned the post:

“I took this picture on the 8th of September 2021. This small boy was crossing a small river coming from escorting his friends to school. His story was that his grandparents could not pay for his fees. When schools open this boy has everything sorted now. God is the greatest.”

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Although it is not exactly clear how this miracle happened, the good news had online users in their feels as they expressed their delight for the little boy on the tweet:

@Mimz_Mimie wrote:

“Good deed, may God bless you.”

@Wezhira_Wezhara replied:

“8 September is my birthday. It's now a miracle turning day for the little boyHandshake. God bless you bro, I am motivated by your steps. No matter how hard it's gonna be ndoziya chete kut ndichabatsirawo vangu in the same manner and so.”

@thegiverzim commented:

“There is joy in taking care of others.”

@BaRuvaaa said:

“Whenever I think of logging out for some time i come across your tweets and i find myself staying for a while, and the loop goes on like that. God bless you big guy. You're an inspiration.”

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@MachekeraOmega responded:

“Ladies and Gs...There's thousands of cases like these. You do a bigger humanitarian deed and touch many more lives by doing your bit to have a working system at government level. No child should live like this.”

@Gatshen_y said:

“The world needs more people like you. Be blessed and continue being a blessing to others.”

@asiba12 wrote:

“Giving Has never made anyone poor. More blessings to you @terrymap1 God will surely reward you that when you come out of your car you will look back wondering wether its you coming off it, but God is God of favour.”

@munhu_washe28 said:

“When u take care of others God takes care of you.”

Sweet daddy daughter clip leaves Mzansi in puddle of mush

Briefly News previously reported that there really is nothing like the bond shared between a father and his princess. A proud father melted hearts with a clip of him collecting his sweet pea from school.

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They always say that girls tend to gravitate towards their fathers, and this bond is proof of that fact.

Social media user @_jazzyjune, and proud father, shared a clip of him fetching his daughter from school. He claims this precious reaction happens every single day.

The sweet princess demands the teacher open the gate, then runs to her daddy with her arms wide open. Absolutely precious!

Source: Briefly News

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