- A video of a disabled man doing the same work as abled people has stirred comments online
- The man together with his colleagues were packing charcoal into containers
- He was seen giving off his all despite his present condition
A young determined amputee has caused thousands of warm reactions on social media after a video of him working very hard in a charcoal field went viral online.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the young man is seen working very hard if no twice as hard as all the other men in the field and did not seem to be giving up.
The video showed the amputee resting his knee on his crutch while he busily carried on with his day's job.
All that while, he was not speaking to any of his colleagues nor was he asking to be pitied but was putting in the works just like anyone else.
He was even carrying out his job so expertly and one could easily tell that he had been at the job for many years due to his obvious experience.
Even though he looked all dirty from the work he was doing, that did not deter him for trying his best to earn an honest living.
At a point, one may think that it was a race to see who could fil the containers faster than the others as the men kept at it with their heads focused on the job at hand.
Where and when the video was taken cannot be readily verified but the vidoe has so many lessons that one cannot pass off.
The video goes a long way to speak of the many things one can do even in the face of adversity.
Meanwhile, the Whatsapp chats between a woman and the man she has dated for five years have been put into the public space following their issues which were being highlighted.
According to the story, the young man was breaking up with the lady because according to him, she did not have self-worth.
The lady who could not believe what the guy was saying to her after all the years and sacrifices she has made for him, begged the guy to change his mind.
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