- Two new mums who couldn't pay their hospital bills after giving birth through Caesarean section have been helped by a foundation
- Givers Supportive Foundation cleared the GHC10k bills that kept the woman in the hospital for over two months after giving birth
- The women went down on their knees and appreciated the foundation while tears of joy flowed freely in the hospital ward
A heartwarming video has emerged on social media in which two Nigerian women couldn't control their outburst of emotion after a foundation helped them in paying their hospital bills.
In the hospital ward, the two mothers who carried their babies in their hands were told that Givers Supportive Foundation (GSF) would be clearing the bills.
Tears of joy flow freely
The women immediately went down on their knees after hearing the good news and tears of joy flowed freely. They couldn't stop appreciating the kind gesture.
They have been in the hospital for over two months because they couldn't clear their bills after delivering their babies through Caesarean section.
GSF expressed gratitude to Good Samaritans for their help and support.
The foundation's statement read in part:
"We appreciate you all for your help and support, God bless you.
"In Givers Supportive Foundation, we will keep doing our best in helping the less privilege, most especially the sick people and the extremely poor.
"It is more blessed to give than to receive, Givers never lack."
Social media reacts
Nigerians on Instagram soon flooded the comment section of the post to commend the foundation, while some others indicated an interest in supporting the mothers.
"I will like to support them with baby wears if they're within offa."
Oluwaseun, God bless you more
"May God bless the giver."
"God bless you."
Givers Foundation to the rescue
In other news, a Nigerian man has expressed gratitude to Givers Supportive Foundation for coming to his aid during and after his surgery.
The unidentified man whose leg got amputated was gifted some cash to get a prosthetic leg by the foundation.
In an Instagram post, the foundation with the handle @gsf_foundation said the man would get the artificial leg in a few weeks.