Teacher in rural village buys GHC 1,500 groceries for pupils' families

Teacher in rural village buys GHC 1,500 groceries for pupils' families

- An amazing educator, Sebolelo Bogoshi‎, went above and beyond for her learners and their families

- She bought some of their families groceries and reached out to the community for more help

- A woman donated GHC 1,500 to Sebolelo and she was able to buy more food for more families

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Sebolelo Bogoshi‎ is an amazing person. She is a teacher in a rural village who cares deeply for her community, particularly her learners and their families.

She was very concerned as to how they were coping under lockdown and did something truly astonishing. Bogoshi identified three families that she would help with her own money and managed to get some things for them.

YEN.com.gh learned that she reached out to her community to see if anyone else needed help and something amazing happened. A woman called her and said that she had deposited R5 000 into her account so that she could buy more groceries.

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She was able to help five more families with the donation.

"I'm a teacher in a rural village where most learners come from disadvantaged families. I was so worried about how they were coping during the lockdown. I managed to get a few groceries for 3 families who were indeed hungry. I asked my colleagues to reach out but don't know if they did or not. 3 days later a woman of God called me to say she's depositing more than GHC 1,500 so that I can go and buy groceries for 5 families. Indeed God works in mysterious ways. This is what I got for each of the 5 families."
Sebolelo Bogoshi‎ was able to provide food for 5 families thanks to the generous donation. Source: Sebolelo Bogoshi‎/Facebook

Sebolelo Bogoshi‎ was able to provide food for 5 families thanks to the generous donation. Source: Sebolelo Bogoshi‎/Facebook
Source: Facebook

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Facebook users were blown away by this amazing woman:

Ramosabego Khwenanyane: "Leaders of tomorrow will definitely follow your footsteps, you set good example made contribution and distributed food in our Community remember sharing is caring. God bless."
Salma Khan: "That is a teacher with a passion! Your kind is rare! May you be blessed!"
Thembisa Blom: "This is a beautiful hamper sisi... you have thought of everything... God bless you multiple times."
Rina Donnelly: "Thank you for thinking of others There is hope out there and people that care."
Thandiwe Dewa: "From a fellow teacher point of view this is magnificent. I am touched."
Maureen Cupido: "The Lord will bless you and the lady who gave you the money to purchase the hamper for those families."

In other news, Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, the founder and leader of Crime Check Foundation has donated 100 mattresses to prisoners in Ghana who unfortunately have no beds.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Facebook handle of the Crime Check TV GH, it is indicated that the Prisons Service made the request on the foundation.

According to the report, the Director-General of the Prisons Service met with the Crime Check Foundation just three days earlier, appealing for help as many prisoners had no beds to lay their heads on.

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