- A mentally unwell young man has been cured after a good-hearted man came to his rescue
- The friend of the caring stranger, Noble Wisdom Dordoe, said prior to getting the unwell man admitted at the psychiatric hospital, they had passed him by for 5-6 years
- Nobel revealed that he shed tears when he saw the man's transformation
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A kind Ghanaian man recently decided to lend a helping hand to a mentally unwell man he had been seeing on his usual route for years.
Noble Wisdom Dordoe took to social media to narrate the story of his friend who helped a mentally deranged man back to sanity.
Dordoe shared that he, along with his friend used to see the unwell man lying along the Burma Camp road and they would just discuss him and walk away.
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Three months ago, however, his friend confided in him saying he had a serious edge to offer help to the mental patient.
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"I thought he was joking so I wished him GOOD LUCK", Noble revealed.
The next day, his friend informed him he had made arrangements with the psychiatric hospital to pick the unwell man.
Months later, they were called on October 13, 2021, that the mental patient was cured and was due for discharge.
"When I saw the man, I couldn’t hold back my tears. God Indeed works through his angels here on Earth", Dordoe revealed.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Reverend Ajagurajah, known in real life as Bishop Kwabena Boakye Asiamah, has recounted how officials of a UAE airport mistook him for a mad man over his appearance.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Ajagurajah was seen checking out from an airport after he arrived in Dubai.
The founder and leader of the Universal Spiritual Church opened up on this misunderstanding as he pushed his luggage out of the airport.
According to him, airport officials could not fathom why someone would dress the way he did to the airport.
He however said he was the least perturbed about the tag that the airport officials placed on him due to his appearance.
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Source: Yen Ghana