Joy as Ghanaian 'rich kid' changes the life of poor boy seen pushing a truck on the street for food

Joy as Ghanaian 'rich kid' changes the life of poor boy seen pushing a truck on the street for food

- A young boy only known as Edem who was captured pushing a truck on the street has received help

- Fre Moni, a well-to-do businessman offered to adopt him after a clip of Edem pushing a truck went viral

- Edem has been enrolled in a private school with the help of Fre Moni

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A young boy who was videoed pushing a truck on the street at Aflao in the Ketu South Municipality in the Volta Region has received help.

Fre Moni, a well-to-do businessman offered to adopt and take Edem off the street.

As a Good Samaritan, he asked netizens to help him locate the boy.

Joy as Ghanaian 'rich boy' changes the life of poor boy seen pushing a truck on the street for food
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In a heartwarming video sighted by YEN.com.gh, Fre Moni is said to have asked the boy’s deprived parents to allow him to adopt Edem, to which they agreed.

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Fre Moni welcomed Edem into his mansion and later got him admitted into a private school.

The rare act of kind gesture has received praise from a lot of people living in the Ketu South Municipality.

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a young entrepreneur and alumnus of the University of Ghana who sells bottled and sachet water to make a living has inspired netizens with a post he shared online.

Mushroompreneur who graduated from the University of Ghana in 2017 disclosed that he sells packaged water.

Unlike most graduates who complete their programmes at the university only to depend on the government for employment, Mushroompreneur is making a living by selling bottled and sachet water.

In other news, Kwesi Tumtum, an alumnus of the Central University's Business School, has recounted how he nearly quit his ambition of becoming a graduate due to challenges.

According to Kwesi Tumtum who is now a graduate, he returned to Ghana in 2017 to pursue a degree at the prestigious Ghanaian university.

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He, however, did not anticipate that the four-year programme would be demanding and require dedication, commitment amid challenges to complete.

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