- Many Africans have praised a woman for putting others first
- The HIV positive lady uses the little she has to help the less fortunate
- She said helping others is her life purpose
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A woman living with HIV has taken it upon herself to help the less fortunate in Alexandra township. She considers helping others her passion and believes that it is God's purpose for her life.
MissGlam N Positive took to the 'ImStaying' Facebook group to share her story. The activist has been living with HIV for the past 11 years. She believes that her life's purpose is to provide a helping hand to others.
"I had the privilege to help families living in Alexandra Township with theartbroken-24-women-show-beg-food-gate.html
She said that helping others is what motivates her to stay alive.
"When I see people living with a positive mindset around me I know that I'm fulfilling my God given purpose and that is why #imstaying"
Social media users were impressed by the woman and her kind acts. Facebook user Tracey Myburgh said:
"You are a very strong amazing woman...may God bless you"
Joyce Khabo said:
"That's my girl & my hero. You are an inspiration. May God give you the strength to keep on keeping up & give you divine protection under the circumstances"
Leon Cloete said:
"I salute you! Now THIS is what I call being a real role model. Love & respect"
Anel Pelser said:
"Thank you for sharing and thank you for what you do"
Meanwhile, a young criminal from Ghana whose name has not been disclosed was captured in a viral video undertaking a rather hilarious punishment of lifting weight after being caught in the act of stealing.
The video was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzzgh in which the gentleman was seen shaking vigorously whilst undergoing the punitive activity.
Reports indicate that the gentleman was highly inexperienced in theft, for which he chose to perform the criminal activity in the 'wrong zone'.
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