Photo of man 'boozing' on 116th birthday stirs adorable reactions on social media

Photo of man 'boozing' on 116th birthday stirs adorable reactions on social media

- A young man has celebrated his grandfather in a special way

- Dave Wise Kwao took to social media to mark his ''grandpa's''' birthday

- He shared a photo of himself and his grandfather into a known Facebook group to celebrate him

Dave Wise Kwao, a young man, has taken to social media to celebrate his grandfather’s admirable old age when he turned 116 with a photo that has generated lovely reactions from the online community.

Often, dying at a young age is something most young people don’t wish for and some religious folks make it a point to pray against dying ‘‘prematurely’’.

Dave Kwao decided to celebrate his grandfather in a special way. However what has stirred interesting and some funny reactions online is a bottle of a popular alcoholic beverage that sat on a table next to him.

Also, the photo of the senior citizen who turned 116 years had people tapping into the blessing for long life.

Dave Wise Kwao indicated that despite his grandfather’s age, he still has his memory and can talk.

He first posted a photo of himself and his granddad, who has celebrated over ten decades of birthdays into a popular Facebook group , which has been shared by other media outlets.

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While Dave did not disclose his ‘‘grandpa’s’’ name, he said the old man didn’t wish "bad for anybody’’.

‘‘Guys it’s my grandpa’s bday. He’s 116yrs old let’s show some love. I ask him, what kept u this much. All he said was ‘I don’t think bad or wish bad for anybody,’’ his post read on Facebook.

Some online peeps reacted with heart-warming commentaries.

Photo of man who turned 116 stirs adorable reactions on social media

Photo credit: www.facebook.com/ Dave Wise Kwao
Source: Facebook

Meanwhile, from a very deprived family, a young brilliant Ghanaian boy had to struggle to complete high school and despite having obtained remarkable grades, Abdul Razak, nearly missed an opportunity to pursue tertiary education.

The young intelligent student received admission to study medicine at the University of Development Studies (UDS) but nearly missed the opportunity because his parents couldn’t afford to pay his admission fees before the deadline.

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