Ayisha Modi has wowed social media with a massive act of benevolence and kindness
The staunch BHIM Nation supporter opened her purse to support an accident victim
She was seen in lovely photos with the young man as they posed in the hospital
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Artiste and talent manager Ayisha Modi famed as She Loves Stonebwoy has warmed hearts on social media with a huge act of kindness to a young accident survivor.
The staunch fan and member of BHIM Nation took to social media to inform her ardent followers of collaborative efforts made by herself and others to help an accident victim.
According to Ayisha Modi, her efforts, coupled with that of Stonebwoy's wife Dr. Louisa Satekla and the Livingstone Foundation, managed to out a smile on the face of a young man known as Ebenezer.
In recounting why they decided to help out, Ayisha Modi indicated that some weeks ago, Ebenezer was involved in a life-threatening accident which almost changed his life.
She added that upon a number of consultation and deliberations, she decided to step into the matter and got others to help as well.
Following her initiative, Ebenezer has successfully gone through with surgery and would soon return to living is normal life.
The outspoken lady added that she decided to pay Ebenezer a visit in the hospital to check up on him and also give a progress report to all those who stepped into his issue.
Ayisha Modi also took the chance to thank all those who played pivotal roles to put a smile on Eben's face once again.
After posting photos of herself and Ebenezer, Ayisha wrote:
"This is Ebenezer, the young guy who became a “physically-challenged” person after surviving a gory accident.
Few weeks ago he wasn't the happiest person, everyday was filled with tears, but thanks be God, who through The Livingstone Foundation (@tlf_ghana) has given life back to this young guy.
I visited him yesterday to make sure he was okay before, before he was discharged. He is now in the house enjoying big time.
Once again, thanks to everyone who supported this course. Massive praise to Mr. Livingstone Satekla, Dr. Mrs. Louisa Satekla and Myself for making changes in his life by putting a long lasting smile on his face. Bhimnation to the world"
Meanwhile, the government of Barbados has indicated in a communication that the Ghanaian nurses exported to help their public healthcare system have been impressive so far.
According to Colonel Jeffrey Bostic, Barbados's Minister of Health and Wellness, the Ghanaian nurses assigned to various health facilities in the Carribean country are doing marvelously well.
Some of the nurses are stationed at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), while others have been posted to polyclinics.
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