- A female corps member, Winnie Jane, has taken to Facebook to thank her dad who went through hard labour to sponsor her education
- Jane said that she did not know what her father go through until she one day visited his work station
- The lady, therefore, told her daddy that when she has a job, she will definitely take care of him
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A corps member, identified as Winnie Jane, has praised her daddy who saws wood for how he went through hardship to make sure she gets an education.
Posting photos and videos of her dad working, the lady wrote that her dad’s wood business has been the source of their survival since they were kids.
Jane said that she will work hard to make sure her father reaps the fruits of his labour. She said that she had always thought sawing wood was easy until she one day tried to do the same.
The corps member said that the machine sent vibration all over her body. She added that it was after then that she really got the picture of how hard her dad’s job is.
In her final sentence, the lady asked people to help her get employment so that she could take care of her family soon.
Her post partly read:
"Chai! Daddy I owe you a lot. This was what you went through all this years Just to make sure that I am educated?? oh my God! I thought it was easy not until I handled the machine and my whole being started vibrating immediately.."
See her full post below:
Below are some of the reactions her post got:
Prince Tonie Elijah said:
"Our parents are the best and may God continue to bless them n keep them alive to eat the fruits of their labour."
Eniola Omoniyi Eniola Omoniyi said:
"May God keep you and bless so much so as to reciprocate all his labour's."
Princess Judith said:
"Tnx u for being you. Am so emotional. They shall reap the fruit of their labour"
Nelson Nwabuaso said:
"Congratulations, may God give you a good job so you can make your Dad proud."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady with the Twitter handle @EduEle5 has shown off her family business with great pride, telling tweeps about how she and her mummy fried garri on Sunday, January 17.
Edu said they both had to weather great smoke and heat in order to deliver a great product. People praised the young lady, saying that she is different from a whole lot out there who are waiting to be someone else's dependants.
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