Primary Pupils Build Single Room Home for Mom Who Lost Her Son Due to a Tumour

Primary Pupils Build Single Room Home for Mom Who Lost Her Son Due to a Tumour

  • Prosper Datsomor was a promising youngster whose life was cut short by a tumor he developed
  • Weeks after he was laid to rest, Prosper's schoolmates who are in primary school have built a single room for his mother
  • With the supervision of the teachers, the young lads and girls have given the grieving woman a priceless gift

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A promising teenage youngster called Prosper Datsomor who attended the Akatsi North District Basic School in the Volta Region lost his life to a strange tumour after being admitted at the Ho Teaching Hospital.

Prosper was an award-winning footballer who represented his school in competitions and usually got selected to play in other zones when he was under 13.

The Afi Antonio Foundation, led by Afi Antonio, was funding portions of the treatment through social media fundraising before the untimely demise of the young man was heard.

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Prosper Datsomor's mother and schoolmates
Prosper Datsomor's mother and schoolmates Photo credit: Afi Antonio
Source: UGC

Weeks after he was buried, Prosper Datsomor's mother has been handed a single room structure that was built by his primary schoolmates through the supervision of some teachers.

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"Thanks to his classmates who helped in molding the blocks and his teachers making sure everything goes well. To all who supported his cause before his demise, your contributions made this possible," Afi Antonio indicated on her personal handle.

In pictures shared by Afi, the sad mother was seen standing in front of the newly-built structure with a look that suggested that the gesture was a heartwarming one for her.

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Visually impaired farmer receives a house

In another story, Lawrence Demebu, a 61-year-old farmer who lives with a visual impairment has had his ultimate heart desire fulfilled in the strangest of ways.

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Lawrence used to spend all his time alone and on his farm.

In a short documentary on the Facebook handle of JoyNews, the man who was living in a mud house indicated that he has been staying alone without any wife or child for God knows how long.

According to him, he also tried everything possible to get a partner but was not able to because of his state of disability.

Source: Briefly News

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