- Noble Wisdom Dordoe, a Ghanaian man has recently shared how four innocent children got abandoned by their own parents
- The young man narrated that the father of the two sets of twins was the first to leave them and just after he came to the rescue of the single mother and the kids, the woman also left
- According to Noble, the lady has not been in touch for three years now hence he has had to care for the children
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An award winning Ghanaian humanitarian by the name of Noble Wisdom Dordoe has recently shared the story of two set of twins who unfortunately lack the support of their parents.
In his post on LinkedIn, Noble recounted that the father of the children was the first to leave and their mother had to single handedly care for them.
After coming into contact with them on the street, Wisdom rented a place for the mother and helped her start petty trading.
The kind man also sent her four children to an elderly woman to help care for them to enable the woman have less responsibliity on her hands and focus on the trade.
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Much to his surprise, Noble decided to pay the children a visit one day only to be informed the mother has not paid a visit to her children in a long time and has not been to the place that was rented for her.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Noble Wisdom Dordoe, a vibrant Ghanaian man recently took to social media to open up his journey to becoming the chief executive officer of a foundation that seeks to help needy children and the defenseless in the society.
Resorting to his LinkedIn timeline, Noble sharehat due to low financial status of his family, he first had to work as a truck pusher and then moved to selling yoghurt.
Eventually, he became a security guard, after which he worked as a messenger. After working for sometime, he gathered enough money and was able to go to the university.
Noble intimated that the struggles he encountered while growing up encouraged him to start a foundation which has been of help to a number of people.
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