- A boy was given another opportunity at life after being rescued by a kind man identified as Harrison Gwamnishu
- According to the activist who shared the story, the boy was thrown into a forest somewhere in Edo with his hands tied, and was found on the 24th of June
- Sharing photos of the transformed appearance of the handsome lad, Harrison appreciated the kind-hearted persons who had donated to the cause
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A man Harrison Gwamnishu came to the rescue of a young boy who was thrown into the forest.
The activist found the boy in a forest in Edo state on the 24th of June and took him to a medical facility where he received treatment for 2 months.
Harrison also stated that the boy was moved from the hospital in Edo state to Asaba where he underwent physiotherapy.
The activist shared on his Instagram page the new look of the boy as well as photos capturing his appearance when he was rescued.
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He went on to appreciate all good-spirited individuals who have been donating to the boy's cause.
Social media users react
"God will never forsake or leave you, you’re a timely blessing to this generation this is so emotional "
"@harrison_gwamnishu u re such an amazing young man paying it forward for ur generation yet unborn, I am praying for u night n day for evil ll never near u❤️"
"God continue blessing you dear,you are Angel in human form,You will reap your labour in good health Amen"
"Your type is rare nomatter what, I know you are kind naturally. If you continue this way, you shall soon be oir nation's saviour from leadership lapses."
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"It’s a good thing your mum adopted him. He looks more like you with each passing day. More blessings."
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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Nigerian kids who were rejected after being tagged witches had finished school in style.
Anja Ringgren Lovén who shared the news on her LinkedIn page said she is proud to have shown that the kids are not actually witches.
While appreciating the kind-hearted individuals that have been supporting the cause of her foundation, Anja opined that education is what gives one wings to fly.