- Lovely photos of a beautiful Ghanaian lady identified as Vera Hayibor captured while helping her mother at the Kpando fish market have emerged online
- Vera Hayibor shared photos helping her mother to sell dried fish from the market in Kpando Municipal District
- The young inspiring lady urged people to provide support to the parents' hustle
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At a time when many are slaying themselves on social media with ‘audio money’ and have mastered the arts of pretense which makes it difficult for them to owned their humble start in life, a young woman is showing many the way.
Identified as Vera Hayibor, the pretty light-skinned girl engaged members of a group on Facebook to urge them to join in the hustle of their ''parents, once in a while.''
Vera Hayibor, further noted that those who heed to her call will reap ''uncountable'' blessings.
The beautiful lady shared photos of herself assisting her mother who sells dried fish at the Kpando fish market in the Kpando Municipal District, Volta region, along with a narrative which read:
''Go out there and join in the hustle of your parents, Once in a while!!!
Your blessings will be uncountable,'' Hayibor stated.
She also sought to find out the last time members voluntarily took time to help their parents with their hustle.
Vera quizzed: ''When was the last time you helped out?’’ and prayed for God to bless the ''hands that feed us.''
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