Physically Challenged Man Receives Over GH¢1,000, Refrigerator, Other Donated Items; Weeps In Video
- The struggling amputee water hawker received multiple gifts from business owners and other kind-hearted people
- Daniel Noi Borketey received over GH¢1,000, a new refrigerator, and a new couch in videos that showed him in tears
- The footage in which Borketey couldn’t contain his tears when he received cash from one of the CEOs triggered the emotions of netizens
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Daniel Noi Borketey, a struggling Ghanaian man living with a physical disability, has received multiple gifts following an interview with media personality, Sammy Kay.
Kind-hearted people, including business owners, have showered love on the physically challenged man.
Daniel Noi Borketey receives cash from CEOs
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Adom City Estates, Dr Bright Adom donated GH¢1,000 to the amputee water seller.
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104-year-old widow who sleeps on a mat has her room transformed by charity, emotional pictures warm hearts
In a video chanced on by YEN.com.gh, Borketey couldn’t contain his tears when the CEO of End Point Homeophathic Clinic, Dr Adu Boateng surprised him with a cash gift.
Aside from the monies, Borketey has also received a new refrigerator and 50 packs of bottled water to aid his business and a new comfy couch.
The footage of the moment Borketey wept when Dr Adu Boateng presented bundles of cash to him triggered emotional reactions.
Watch the video below:
How netizens reacted to the video of Daniel Noi Borketey shedding tears
God bless you, guys.
He is blessed.
Dr Adu Boateng is a man of a good heart.
God bless you all for this kind gesture.
God richly bless you.
God bless you my, guy.
Awwww, God bless you Sammy.
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God bless you.
104-year-old widow who sleeps on a mat has her room transformed by charity
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a widowed centenarian who sleeps on a mat in a shabby room has had her place transformed by the local charity organisation Kessben Outreach Foundation in Ghana.
According to social media user Sammy Adu Boakye, the 104-year-old grandmom's eight children and husband have passed away.
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