Man with just one leg inspires the world after photos of him working hard surfaced online

Man with just one leg inspires the world after photos of him working hard surfaced online

- An unidentified man has stunned social media users after photos of him digging the ground on one leg surfaced online to help with road construction

- A social media user, Hajia Mai Daamuwa‎, shared the touching photos into a popular social media page

- Many have reacted with heart-warming messages after photos of the man gained traction

A physically challenged man has inspired the world after he was captured manually digging the ground to help with road construction in a community.

While details of the community and whether or not he was employed to work are yet to be known, the unidentified man could be seen breaking the hard ground with a pickaxe to assist with road construction in an area with a poor road network.

Touching photos of the man was first shared in a popular social media group, which has since gone viral with many social media users reacting with inspiring accolades.

The young man is proof that regardless of one’s condition, they can still rise above what appears to incapacitate them to change their world.

Despite his obvious disability, he stood on just a leg to perhaps earn his day’s meal.

Meanwhile, adorable photos of the eventful nuptial of Ghana’s Minister of State in charge of Public Procurement, Sarah Adwoa Safo, to her fiancé has emerged on social media with the couple styled in Ghana’s timeless regal Kente cloth.

Sources tell Yen.com.gh that the Deputy Majority Leader of Ghana’s Parliament and her husband, Hanny Moutsiseb, have been dating away from the public radar for a while before their traditional marriage ceremony.

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Source: Yen

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