- Ghanaian celebrity and TV show host of the famous programme Restoration, Stacy Amoateng, has paid all school expenses for a random boy she met
- The young boy who appears to be less than 13 was spotted by Stacy selling snails which he would later reveal was to cater for his expenses at school
- Stacy, who was touched by the story offered the boy school fees, feeding fee, school bag and shoes enough to care for him in a whole year
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Stacy Amoateng, the popular TV show host of Restoration has offered to pay the entire tuition expenses of a young random boy she sighted at the roadside hawking snails.
YEN.com.gh sighted a video report of the profound gesture on the official Instagram handle of Stacy Amoateng as she shared it with her numerous followers.
It is indicated that the young boy was seen selling the snails on the Kumasi-Accra highway, which was a sighted the TV show host and she could not turn a blind eye to it.
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Watch the heartwarming video below:
According to the young boy whose look makes it appear he is yet to even become a teenager, his boss pays him 10 to 20 cedis every day for the number of snails sold, which he then uses to take care of his school expenses.
It is not indicated where the child's father was but it is clear from the story that he was either not available or in the capacity to provide for his son.
Touched by his story, Stacy Amoateng took the boy to his house to meet his mother and paid his fees for the rest of the year and gave him money for feeding as well as money for a school bag and shoes.
The singular gesture by the celebrity meant that the boy would not have to sell snails before being able to cater for expenses that come with schooling.
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In other news about amazing kids, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that an amazing black girl by name Aurora Cairo who has one leg defied all odds to become a runner, swimmer, and gymnast by age 2.
The young girl who would turn 8 in 2020, suffered from a rare disability called Fibular hemimelia which prevented her right leg from developing fully.
It is indicated that Rory lives in Texas with her mother Kayla Moore and father Javon Cairo.
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