- A kind couple has surprised a waitress with the gift of a brand new car after learning she walks 14 miles to work everyday
- The couple who chose to be anonymous stopped by the restaurant where Adrianna Edwards works and after hearing her story, bought her a brand new car
- Edwards was shocked when she was given a 2011 Nissan Sentra from the nice couple
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There is still good in the world and this is evident in the touching story of a waitress named Adrianna Edwards, who found her guardian angel in a kind-hearted couple just recently.
According to reports, Edwards resumed her job as normal on a particular day when a couple walked into her restaurant to be served. After attending to the couple, Edwards got to share a bit of her story in which she revealed that she walks 14 miles daily to work.
Moved by her story, the couple finished their meal and walked out of the restaurant only to return with a brand new car for Edwards. CNN reports that the couple purchased a 2011 Nissan Sentra and gave it to her just hours after meeting her.
Interestingly, the couple chose to be anonymous and didn't seek anything in return. All they asked Edwards is to pay it forward by helping another person in need when she is able to.
Edwards who was already saving for a car was excited and shocked at the same time. She vowed to pay it forward and expressed gladness that she would be able to attend college quicker than she imagined.
Meanwhile, a Gatundu South bus driver and his conductor have become instant celebrities after helping out a woman and her grandchild during their time of need.
On Monday, November 25, a lady and her grandson left Gatundu Level Five Hospital after a successful therapy session.
Afterwards, he started convulsing driving the passengers to plead with the crew to rush to a Hospital.
Both driver and his conductor agreed and quickly drove to the facility. Their quick action saved the life of the little boy.
In other stories, Samuel Sam, a brilliant first-class graduate and second year LL.B student at the Faculty of Law of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has appealed for financial assistance to enable him pay his fees.
In a letter addressed to the Director of Meltwater Incubator and signed by the Dean at the Faculty of Law, Prof. Lydia A. Ankansah, Samuel Sam is said to be facing financial challenges in his academics and applied for financial aid.
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