- A young man, Classic Pounds, on Facebook has bought a new car for his father
- Pounds did this to show gratitude to his father for a sacrifice he made for him many years ago
- According to Pounds, he got into an accident that affected his eye when he was a young boy and his father sold his motorcycle to get him treated
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Parents are special people in one’s lives and many individuals do not realise this until they discover some of the sacrifices their folks have made to make them okay.
Just recently, a young man identified as Classic Pounds on Facebook took to the social networking site to share how he has finally been able to repay a bit of his parent’s sacrifices in the past.
Pounds bought a new Toyota Camry car for his father and he shared photos of the ride on Facebook. The young man explained that it is his way of repaying how his father sold his only motorcycle in the past to take care of his eye after he got into an accident that affected it.
Pounds wrote: “I know I’m a hot boy but I will never loose my cool, I’m grateful that God answered my secret prayers bcos I wanted my parents to be a life and see how successful their first son will be. It all started 2006 in my village UMugbalu oboro I was about 7-8 years old I was playing with my fellow kids with stone , then a friend hit me with a big stone on my left eye. My Mom was carrying me around on her back to different eye clinic the doctor said that I have only 24 hours for them to do something fast bcos once it’s 12pm next day my eyes will be blind . The only hope was my Dad motorcycle he was using to feed us he has to sale it off so they can continue with my eye operation my dad sacrifice the only motorcycle he got just for me. I knew God will never fail me I said a secret prayer in my heart I so much believed in God even in my darkest path in life . I never lost hope , so Dad today I decided to gift you this fresh whip that comes from the bottom of my heart please accept it from me . For your job I don’t care how much they are owing you but all I can say is give me the price and I will pay it off in few months.
#Congrats Dad ”
See screenshots of his post and of the car below:
In other related news, YEN.com.gh reported that a young Nigerian lady took to Twitter to say she is saving up to buy a Play Station 5 console for her future boyfriend.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported after serving some time in prison owing to a 10-year jail sentence, 100-year-old Akolobila has finally been released after an NGO campaigned to have him set free.
Akolobila was first handed a sentence of 10 years to serve at the Kumasi Central Prison after he was arrested by the police for possessing narcotics.
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