- A picture of a set of young pupils who appear to be in their lower primary has gone viral on social media
- In the photo, the pupils had gone to pay a visit to their classmate who was injured after an accident
- The writer narrated how it all happened along with the picture
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A very inspirational picture has gone viral on social media of young pupils who appear to be in their lower primary paying a visit to their injured colleague.
The emotional picture was cited by YEN.com.gh on Ghana the Black Star of Africa's Facebook page.
Along with the photo was a short explanation that captured was exactly was going on.
In the writer's own words, "I came across these boys discussing stuff and laughing all-around at the hospital-TTH.
"I asked what happened and I was told the boy in red was knocked down by a motorbike on his way to school.
"So his friends took permission from the school to come to see him and have a moment with their friend. It was just so beautiful and it showed me what friendship should be."
This gesture has spoken volumes about the hospitality and compassion of Ghanaians which are traits the country is noted for.
It is not clear what the motivation for the short gesture by the young men was but it goes to show that the admirable attitude of caring for humanity is entrenched in Ghanaians, including very young people.
See the post below:
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