- Kasi Hero on Twitter lived up to his name after he went above and beyond to help out a six-year-old girl and her family
- Not only did he purchase a full school uniform for her but he also took the little girl's mother grocery shopping
- His kind acts are truly a marvel and South African social media users are thanking him for doing the most with what he has
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@tankiso_matanka aka Kasi Hero came across a six-year-old girl who was in desperate need of school clothes. He went out of his way to purchase school shoes, a shirt, jersey, tie and socks for the little one.
Tankiso shared a few updates after his initial post about the schoolgirl. A kind man donated R800 and Tankiso took the girl and her mother grocery shopping. He later shared that with R1 157, he was able to purchase all the items the family needed.
Early on Thursday, Tankiso revealed that he delivered the little one's school uniform. He shouted out another lady who sent R500 to him which he used to purchase a winter tracksuit to keep the girl warm through the colder months.
Tankiso's story of hope involving the family in need gained over 4 500 likes on the bluebird app.
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Social media users thank the Kasi Hero for helping the family
"Big ups to you bro... And for the fact that you respected her enough and did not show her face that's another plus on you. I pray that you're shown the same if not more mercies by Him and may you find favour in everything you do and more."
"Please don’t let the negative comments bring you down. You did the things. If you hadn’t tweeted, you wouldn’t have gotten donations. May God bless you and everyone that donated."
@SIKBOY responded with:
"Breaks my heart. Well done, you did well. May the good Lord bless your hand."
"True leadership": School principal moonlights as supermarket employee to financially assist less fortunate students
In other news about good Samaritan's, Briefly News reported that Principal Henry Darby of the North Charleston High School in South Carolina has a story that will be passed down for generations to come. Principal Darby is not just an educator but a person who loves the people he is surrounded by.
Darby works his full-time job as a school principal but also works at a supermarket, three nights a week. He starts his Walmart shift at 10pm and packs up to go home at around 7am. His job at the supermarket ends just in time for him to start his day as Principal Darby.
The money he makes from his evening shift doesn't go to him but rather to pupils who come from low-income families. In early 2021, it was reported by the Post and Courier that the North Charleston High School got some good news.
Source: Briefly News