Basintale Baba: Joy as man donates food items to blind woman who breaks stones for a living

Basintale Baba: Joy as man donates food items to blind woman who breaks stones for a living

- A young Ghanaian, Basintale Abel Edmond Baba, has been celebrated for donating food items to a blind woman who breaks and sells stones for a living

- He also handed out food and other useful items to the disadvantaged in his community

- Edmond Baba is a native of Bawku in the Upper East Region

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A kind-spirited young Ghanaian, Basintale Abel Edmond Baba is making commendable impressions in the lives of the disadvantaged in Bawku in the Upper East Region with his little resources.

Despite being financially constrained, Edmond Baba is helping the deprived by donating food and other useful items to aid them to cope with their difficult situation which has been worsened by the prevailing pandemic.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh, the kind-hearted young man has been celebrated for donating to an aged blind woman who ekes a living from breaking and selling stones.

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Basintale Baba: Man celebrated for providing blind woman who breaks stones for a living with food items
Basintale Baba: Joy as man donates food items to a blind woman who breaks stones for a living Image: crabbimedia
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Dagban Bia, a social media user, shared the post to garner support for Edmond Baba whose daughter is participating in the Cussons Baby Moments.

As they say, one good thing deserves another, and Edmond Baba's previous kind deeds are paying off when he least expected it.

According to Dagban Bia, he was touched by the benevolence of Baba towards the blind woman and other needy people in his community.

''Some of you see me rooting seriously for Miracle in the Cussons Baby Moments and you don't understand why. Here is why; Miracle's father is someone I admire from afar, meaning I don't know him personally,'' he said.

He added: ''He offered help to a blind woman who was still breaking and selling stones to make a living some time ago and that's when he gained my respect. He has helped a lot of needy people in the upper east region even though he has nothing. I think the best I can personally do for this young selfless man is push his daughter into the top ten.''

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