- A thoughtful young man has used part of monies he had saved from his small salary to renovate an old house for his mother
- @mabailantakadz1, a Twitter user, revealed it had been a hard journey but he had to embark on his mission
- @mabailantakadz1, shared photos of ongoing works on the old house
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A young South African man who decided to honour his mother while she is still alive has used monies he saved from his little salary to renovate an old house for her.
The young man with Twitter handle @mabailantakadz1 has gained massive traction online following his thoughtful gesture for his mother.
Taking to Twitter, @mabailantakadz1, posted photos of an old house which he renovated for his mother.
The young man also revealed that he saved part of his 3,000 Rands salary (about GHc1,127) while doing his internship to renovate the house for his mother.
''I get paid like R3000 a month I cant complain I did this for my mom, it was a very hard long journey, started last year January doing internship, [the] day that I finish I will be happy,,,,,ITS NOT BIG BUT ITS ENOUGH,'' @mabailantakadz1 said on Twitter.
Meanwhile, of a story about Olivia Agbenyeke, a young resilient high school graduate, who just six years ago, was stuck in one of Ghana’s worst slums, Agbogbloshie, serving as a bartender in her father's drinking joint despite attaining remarkable scores in Science.
Olivia Agbenyeke obtained 7As and one B2 after completing Keta Senior High Technical School as a Science student but had been faced with financial hurdles.
The young graduate’s parents and family simply did not have the means to help their bright daughter to move up the education ladder.
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