- A local little girl has crept into many hearts after displaying a true act of kindness towards her financially struggling, mom
- After overhearing her mom complain about money troubles, the little one decided to gift her an R10 (almost GHC5) to help out
- Locals were left swooning over the little girl's grand act of kindness many of them commended the mom for raising
A little girl has managed to creep into many hearts after displaying a great act of kindness and how well she was raised by her parents. The little girl, who had overheard her mom, @MandyNdlangisa worrying about finances, decided to help out by giving her an R10.
"My 12-year-old daughter heard me complaining about being broke yesterday and this morning she called me to her room to have a “talk”. She gave me this & told me she’ll give me more when she can. Arg ," wrote the surprised mom on Twitter.
Locals were left truly moved by the post, many of them headed to the comment section to share their thoughts. Read a few of them below.
"I borrowed R50 from my son. He said I must bring it back with interest of 50%. He doesn't get tired of reminding me that I owe him."
"that sounds about right .. in my case I paid my R20 “debt “ but for some reason, I remain in “debt” I think it's now standing at R500 according to my 14 yr old loan shark."
"Shame she's only 12 and already feeling the effects of black tax..."
In other YEN.com.gh reports, in South Africa and perhaps even abroad, festive family feuds are an actual thing. Whether arguments arise from too much wine or about who should be doing the dishes, at least one fight is always expected.
This is why a young lady, @fifimoeng shared some advice with her followers for the upcoming Christmas weekend:
"When you’re 25+ you should really just come home on the 24th of December and leave on the morning of the 26th before you start fighting anyone," she wrote in her tweet.
Many shared their opinions in the comment section.
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