- A man has been celebrated on social media for his kind gestures towards young street sellers and hawkers
- The man in a video he shared on Facebook stormed a busy road where he found a young street seller
- He not only bought all the wares of the girl but gave an extra money for the mum of the youngster who is without a father
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A young man has put smiles on the faces of sellers and street hawkers on a busy road and thus, earned the praises of people on social media.
The man started off with a young girl who sold wares. In a video he shared on Facebook, Mc Allamano engaged the girl in a conversation and learnt that she was mandated to sell all the wares for four times the worth of the items.
To the youngster's surprise, Mc Allamano bought all the wares for five times their worth. Upon learning that the girl is fatherless, he gave an additional money for her mum.
In another scene, he bought all sachet water sold by a young boy. The kindhearted man went on to donate all the purchases he made to an orphanage.
People praise the kindhearted man
Mc Allamano generous act was hailed by people on social media, others called on well-meaning individuals to take cue from the man in imparting lives around them.
Michael Yohanna Nadukku remarked:
"This is what Cornelius was doing and God notice him... The God of heaven whom make Cornelius and his households to be save bcux of generous heart, will notice you in all area of your life...amen."
Sarah Odee wrote:
"I'm emotional and same time inspired. Helping people who can't pay you back is priceless,this is the beauty of life.
"Givers don't lack. Well done sir and God bless you richly."
Asaana Aisha said:
"This man will never lack and may Allah grand him Hannah that is all I can say he is not doing show but he is trying to teach the rich men what they should have been doing."
Akubata Victoria Ilechukwu commented:
"This is the type of people God is looking for in Nigeria and in whole world oo. We still have good ones God will bless you real good my son."
Westly Mensah stated:
"I love this man. Sir!! God will bless you more. No matter what you say about or against him, his blessings will keep raining like August rain. Keep on sir. May God grand you more Grace sir."
In another heartwarming story, a US-Ghanaian high school graduate, Verda Tetteh, who turned down her $40,000 scholarship money says she is not the most in need of the amount, reports NBC Nightly News.
Tetteh, 17, received a full ride to Harvard University with the additional $40,000 scholarship for books, computers, and living expenses but she turned it down.
The straight-A student dropped jaws at her school's graduation ceremony when she won the school's coveted scholarship for general excellence and claimed $10,000 for each of the next four years, but unexpectedly returned to the podium within minutes to turn it down.
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