- Social media user, David Kenney, has recounted his motivating encounter with a business-minded boy
- He revealed that he met a boy who was selling water to save up for a new mower so he could start his own business
- Kenney indicated that he was touched by the boy's enthusiasm and got him a new lawn mower
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A Black man identified as David Kenney has empowered a young man to never make the sky his limit.
David Kenney recently became another reason why Black peeps ought to relentlessly support Black businesses.
According to Kenney, who shared his motivating encounter with the young boy, he revealed that he was touched to purchase a new lawn mower for the business-minded boy.
In a post on social media, Kenney disclosed that he witnessed the boy grinding as he went about his business selling water.
He indicated that he approached the boy to ascertain why he was selling water.
Kenney said the business-minded boy noted that he had to sell water to save up for a new lawn mower.
‘‘Peeped little bro grinding, selling water. I asked him why was he selling waters, he said to save up for a lawn mower. I said what you want a lawn mower for? he said to start his own business.’’
Touched by the boy's ambitious quest to start his own business, Kenney revealed that he bought the boy a new lawn mower.
‘‘I said aight cool and presented him with a brand new lawn mower and gas can and told him the possibilities are endless. I BELIEVE IN OUR YOUTH. I SUPPORT BLACK BUSINESS.’’
After blessing the boy with a new mower gift, Kenney also urged people to support the boy’s business.
In another story, at just 27 years old, Dee-Ann Kentish-Rogers has become a social development and education minister in Anguilla. Kentish-Rogers was named by the governing party, the Anguilla Progressive Movement.
She was appointed as part of the 7-member cabinet that was announced by the new Premier, Dr Ellis Webster, after he was sworn into office following their win in the general elections.
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