- An ice cream seller who has been plying the trade for about 30 years has received the shock of his life
- What he couldn't raise in a very long time, was gifted to him because of his kindness
- He is know for acts of benevolence to his customers, especially kids
- One of his child customers decided to give him that amount of money for his kindness over the years
- Indeed it pays to be kind
YEN.com.gh has, , sighted a post shared by a Facebook user, Bra Sammy, who shared photos of a man who has been gifted GHc10k by a kid he showed kindness to years ago.
According to the post, the man has been selling yoghurt for 30 good years in Cape Coast and he was always nice to younger children who could possibly be the sweetest yet most annoying creatures ever.
The man in the pictures below sold yogurt for 30 years in Cape Coast and was always nice to young children and gave them free yogurt especially when they don't have money. His good deeds came back haunting him when one of his child customers, now grown, surprised him with a 10,000Ghc as appreciation. Good deeds still truly does pay off!, the post read
Often times, people think it is the rich and powerful in society that are supposed to be at the giving and and supporting the poor, who more or less are financially unstable.
The table has turned in this case as man who sells ice cream, popularly known as yoghurt, all his life, has been a kind man to people, especially kids, who had no or less money.
Social media users, have however ,shared their thoughts on the man's kind gesture and the benevolence of the person that donated the money to him.
Irene was impressed and said good deeds would never go unnoticed.
Ebenezer said the size of the heart always mattered.
Peter said good deeds always goes with rewards.
Codjoe said what FanMilk couldn't do in 30 years, the man did.
Koffi said he would also look for a woman who was kind to him years ago.
Kwasi said one good turn deserves another.
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