Meet Joseph the disabled trader who is making waves online (Photos)

Meet Joseph the disabled trader who is making waves online (Photos)

- YEN.com.gh is in possession of photos of a man named Joseph who is disabled and is selling on the streets

- Joseph is rumoured to be from Zambia and has taken to the streets to earn a living rather than live a miserable life

- Social media users have showered praises on him for his decision and plans are underway to raise funds for him

Photos of a man referred to as Joseph has surfaced online and is attracting reactions from a myriad of people.

Joseph is disabled but has purposed in his heart to look beyond his physical challenges and earn an income.

YEN.com.gh has sighted photos of Joseph selling items on the street and his story has caught on with a number of people.

Meet Joseph the disabled trader who is making waves online (Photos)

Source: Facebook.com/The Super Entrepreneurs
Source: UGC

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Social media users have expressed their admiration for his decision to make a living and are planning of offering help to him.

Meet Joseph the disabled trader who is making waves online (Photos)

Source: Facebook.com/The Super Entrepreneurs
Source: UGC

Information available suggests he is a Zambian but YEN.com.gh is yet to independently verify this.

Tony revealed Joseph is from Zambia and is a childhood friend

Sosu expressed interest in knowing where Joseph lives

Yakub referred to Joseph's act as an ability in disability

Henewaa also noted that life is how and what you make it

Trinity expressed interest in the creation of a GoFundMe account for Joseph

To Lee, Joseph's story is nothing short of inspiring

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He was a member of the National Liberation Council (NLC), which assumed office after a coup d'état on February 24, 1966 which led to the late Dr. Kwame Nkrumah’s exit from office.

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