- A social media user, Nana Aduesi Bonsu, narrated that a man delivered on his promise by donating a new wheelchair to a physically challenged man
- The man first met Aminu Yaro along the road and promised to buy him a new wheelchair
- He and his wife presented the new wheelchair and added cash to it for Aminu Yaro
PAY ATTENTION: Click “See First” under the “Following” tab to see YEN.com.gh News on your News Feed!
Nana Aduesi Bonsu, a social media user, has warmed hearts after sharing how a generous man presented a new wheelchair to a physically challenged man
In a Facebook post, Aduesi Bonsu disclosed that the Good Samaritan met Aminu Yaro along the road and promised to buy him a new wheelchair.
True to his words, the man showed up to deliver a new wheelchair to aid Aminu Yaro's movement and gave him cash as well.
Narrating the event
''The man saw Aminu Yaro and blessed him with a new wheelchair; he only saw him along the road and promised to buy him a new one. True to his words, he came with the wheelchair; Aminu got additional cash, and the man promised to see him again the next time he visits Kumasi,'' said Aduesi Bonsu in the post.
Download YEN's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with all major Ghana news
''It was such an emotional scene, where ever this man is, God will bless him and his entire generation, he did this donation with his wife [who was] in the car. I told them I will post this here. God bless you and your wife,'' he added.
Aduesi Bonsu's post warmed hearts, gathering reactions and comments from social media users.
Enoch Oppong said:
''God bless you, sir, may he increase you in all ways. May the Lord help us with this "capacity" to also do the same for others in order to attract your great blessings, Amen.''
Kent Nii Alemawor remarked:
''Beautiful, may God bless me with money to do some.''
Otis Jnr Atta Kusi indicated:
''It was such a beautiful scene to behold. But in fact, I'm so disappointed in the guy. I still saw him using the small old wooden wheel. I think that attracts more customers than the neat wheelchair he was given.''
1st conjoined twins separated in Ghana express love for Rawlings
In a previous story, YEN.com.gh reported that, formerly conjoined twins, Lydia and Linda Awui, have expressed deep love and appreciation towards the late former president Jerry John Rawlings.
The twins, who have grown since the operation performed on them in 1999, expressed immense gratitude to the late founder of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), who paid the medical bills for their separation.
In an interview with GHOne TV/Starr FM's Nana Aba Anamoah, Linda revealed it was difficult for her to accept the late former president Jerry Rawlings had died.
Siamese twins separated meet with lead surgeon
Meanwhile, Lydia and Linda Awui have reunited with the lead surgeon who spearheaded their breakthrough surgery in 1999 at the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
The twins were joined from the lower portion of their chest and abdomen and shared a common liver, as well as other vital organs.
The lead surgeon, Dr Winfred Mensah Hodasi, now 82 years old, performed the surgery for four and half-hours with help from his team.
Our manifesto: This is what YEN.com.gh believes in