- A physically challenged pupil at Anyaano M/A Primary B at Moshie Zongo in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana has received an electric wheelchair
- The eight-year-old, who is in kindergarten (KG) two, was presented with the movement aid in the presence of his teachers and mates
- The wheelchair gift was presented to the boy on behalf of Ghanaian journalist Seth Kwame Boateng
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A pupil living with a physical disability at Anyaano M/A Primary B at Moshie Zongo in Kumasi in the Ashanti Region has received an electric wheelchair.
The eight-year-old whose name has been withheld is in level two in kindergarten in the Ghanaian school.
According to Kofi Adu Domfeh, a social media user who delivered the wheelchair to the youngster to aid his movement, the child has never walked in his eight years of existence.
Kofi Adu Domfeh presented the mobility aid to the child on behalf of Ghanaian journalist Seth Kwame Boateng after the child's educator reached out about the boy's situation.
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How it all started
In a Facebook post, Seth Kwame Boateng, an award-winning media personality, recounted how he learnt about the child's heart-wrenching plight.
''Last week, a former classmate, Vero, sent me this message, 'Good morning Seth, I'm Veronica your classmate at KASS and am a teacher at Anyaano M/A Primary B, Moshie Zongo Kumasi.
''There's a boy in my school who is in KG 2 and cannot walk and needs a wheelchair please can you help him for us?'' he recalled.
Boateng recounted that he had one electric wheelchair chair left ''so I quickly dispatched it to my elder brother a.k.a Chairman, Kofi Adu Domfeh to be sent to this boy. Today he delivered and I am so touched,'' he said.
Silent joy amid cheers
In a video that has raked in over 2,000 views at the time of writing this report, the minor can be seen rushing out of a class to sit on his gift.
Even though there was no expression of joy on his face, he heaped a massive sigh of relief as he finally sat on the wheelchair and drove it.
His educators and mates were, however, happy for him as they erupted with joy at the beginning of the footage.
Meanwhile, Seth Kwame Boateng has appealed for financial assistance to purchase more wheelchairs to help persons with disability.
Read his account and watch the videos below.
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YEN.com.gh previously reported that everyone deserves help, especially the deprived. Ghanaian police officer Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko has once again shown kindness to a physically challenged woman.
Charlotte Anyitei, age 54, became paralysed at age six after a complicated medical procedure that left her in a sorry state.
German-based Lord's Peace Foundation has donated a wheelchair to the 'disabled' woman via the police officer who is with the Accra Regional Police Command.
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