- A kind-hearted Ghanaian man has taken to social media to narrate the sad story of three brothers who moved to Accra
- In his post, Noble Wisdom Dordoe revealed that the single mother of the boys had to be amputated due to an ailment
- The boys had no option but to step in to care for themselves and their mother
- Wisdom, who found out the boys were homeless, immediately rented a place for them and he is calling on individuals to help out in any way
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Noble also mentioned that he had to help provide a sleeping place for three industrious young boys.
In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the LinkedIn page of Noble Dordoe, he recounted the story of these incredible boys.
According to Noble, the young boys moved to Accra for greener pastures, but they had no option than to make the streets their home.
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An unwell single mother
Their mother, a single parent, was the breadwinner of the family until she had a leg amputated due to illness, Wisdom revealed.
In a quest to support their mother who cannot do much now, the brothers had to leave home in search of opportunities to work to help feed themselves and their mother.
A helper comes along
Wisdom, who came across them, said the immediate support he offered was to rent an affordable place for them, having learnt that they were sleeping on the street.
The kind man said hearing their story reminded him of the similar situation he found himself in, having slept on the street for three years when he first moved to Accra.
Dordoe entreated the public to reach out if they have any plan or job that can be beneficial to the brothers.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a man has earned the admiration of internet users as he treated a poor stranger kindly on a train.
In the short video shared on LinkedIn by Rakshith Maben, the unidentified man noticed a stranger aboard the train without a shirt on.
The man approached the stranger and surprisingly pulled off his shirt and wore it on the poor fellow.
The kind man then went back to his seat and returned to wear the stranger his cap.