- A female pure water seller who went viral on Facebook has been gifted a refrigerator, washing machine and an undisclosed amount
- The woman recently gained attention online after a photo of her advertising her side hustle as a laundrywoman was shared online
- Ghanaian businessman, Patrick Mensah Nartey, disclosed that he decided to change the life of the woman
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A female pure water seller who went viral after advertising her side hustle as a laundrywoman on a sheet of paper has been gifted a refrigerator, washing machine and an undisclosed amount.
The woman went viral on social media weeks ago after she advertised her side work on an A4 sheet of paper informing people that ''if you want to wash your cloth please call this number 0556238400.''
The post by the pure water seller who hawks her water around Dansoman junction in the Greater Accra Region was sighted by a Good Samaritan.
In a post on social media by Ghanaian real estate mogul, Patrick Mensah Nartey, he disclosed that he decided to make an impact in the life of the woman to help mitigate her struggle.
He wrote: ''I may not have much, but the small I have to help transform the [lives of the] less privileged to have quality and standard life. I will Help.
''Refrigerator, washing machine, an undisclosed amount and business plan given to our dear sister. God bless us all to see our dreams and heart desires come true.''
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a young man, Abu Sufiano Yahya, has allegedly been denied admission by three Ghanaian secondary schools because of his past as an ex-convict.
Abu Sufiano Yahya, 23, was handed a 12-year jail term in 2016 for snatching a woman's handbag in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region.
While serving his term in prison, he did not give up on his education.
In other news, Actress Akuapem Poloo born Rosemond Brown has been handed a 90-day jail sentence by the Accra Circuit Court over a naked photo with her son.
The mother of one posted the naked picture with her son on Instagram to celebrate his seventh (7th) birthday.
Pronouncing the judgement, Christina Cann indicated that she was unhappy with the alarming rate with which nudity has been normalised in the country’s social media space.
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