- A plumber named James Anderson has received over GHC400,000 in donations after he refused to charge old people for services rendered
- He decided to give free services to the elderly woman after he launched his company as a not-for-profit enterprise
- Anderson has revealed that people have reached out to him from a number of countries to learn how he went about his business
YEN.com.gh has learned that a plumber has become an internet sensation after refusing to charge a 91-year-old woman for his services.
James Anderson from a town in the United Kingdom reportedly fixes boilers for free for the elderly and the disabled in society.
Information available shows that he is determined to extend his services across a wide area after he received over GHC400,000 in donations.
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He reportedly risked going bankrupt after he launched his services as a not-for-profit-making company named Depher.
His work went viral after a GHc0 bill he sent to a 91-year-old woman with leukaemia went viral.
Per a report by metro.co.uk, Anderson revealed that people have reached out to him from countries such as America, France, and Australia, to learn how he does it.
In other news, Prince Kofi Amoabeng, the founder of UT Holdings, of which UT Bank was part, has disclosed he once helped President Akufo-Addo and finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta.
In the year 2003, he reportedly gave a loan to the sitting president, to help with his political activities.
Amoabeng went on to say that he saved a company belonging to the current finance minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, from collapse.
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