- A young man has narrated a story of how a disabled barber surprised him with his talent
- According to the man, he at first wanted to decline his request for a hair cut but decided to go ahead with it
- He added that his haircut did not "end in tears" and he pressed on individuals to support PWD's
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A Ghanaian Facebook user, Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi, has shared a story of an encounter he had in a barbershop when he went to get a haircut in the Bono East region.
In a long post made on Facebook, Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi indicated that he decided to get a haircut and walked in to meet the disabled young man.
Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi continued that from all indications, it was clear that it was going o be the disabled man who was going to give him their haircut.
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He revealed that when he came to the certain conclusion, he wanted to just forget about looking dapper and just pay for no service rendered.
But on second thoughts, Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi decided to see what would happen if he gave the disabled barber a chance with his head.
To his surprise, the disabled barber did a very good job which left Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi greatly surprised and impressed at the same time.
Out of the gladness, Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi indicated that he would have loved to help he barber do something more than just cutting hair but he did not have enough capital to help out.
Oheneba Paa Kwesi Kissi added that even though both the manifestoes of the NDC and NPP have a lot of good policies in store for PWD's, individuals should also lend helping hands to such people.
Meanwhile, Professor Kwabena Frimpong Boateng has shown that even though he has matchless love for his country as a minister, he equally cannot forget his first love as a heart surgeon.
The astute Ghanaian is currently the Minister for Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation under the Akufo-Addo-led government.
As a result of his position, he sees to the affairs of the nation normally from Monday to Friday which are considered as 'official working days'.
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