- David, a kind Australian man, has sent $200 every week to a Ghanaian man named John to start a business
- The two men had met on Facebook when John narrated he was unemployed and in great hardship
- The business is now fully established and John has told David to stop sending the money as he is okay now
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A kind white man from Australia has sponsored an unemployed Ghanaian young man to set up his own business by sending $200 (about GHc 1000) every single week.
According to a report by Celebritiesbuzz.com.gh, to whom the Ghanaian man named John from Damango narrated the heartwarming story, the Australian man is called David.
John indicated that he was having a normal day full of hardship when a friend request came to him on Facebook from the kindhearted Australian man.
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The two new friends started getting along quite well after having several chats and John opened up to David about the hardships he has been facing in life.
"The surprising part is that he sent me a friend request and I accepted him. We started talking. During that period I was going through financial difficulties. I told him what I was going through and he offered to help me," he mentioned.
John also explained that he has now been able to start his own business and it is doing very well.
Currently, David the good Samaritan from Australia has stopped sending John the weekly stipend because John's business has now been fully established and he asked the white man to stop the kind gesture.
In another interesting story, a video fast going viral on social media shows a Ghanaian lady throwing up money after reportedly returning from her boyfriend who is alleged to be into 'sakawa'.
The video that was sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Celebritiesbuzz_gh shows that the lady was in great discomfort as the money kept exuding from her belly.
She was screaming and wailing, seeking for the extreme unrest she was experiencing to calm but that was not to be.
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