- Ghanaian social media personality Nana Tea cheered up the day of a female street vendor by giving her a surprise
- On International Women's Day on March 8, the duo visited a restaurant, a kart track, and a salon to mark the special occasion
- After watching the touching clip, the social media influencer's friends complimented the good deed
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Famous Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea, known in real life as James Annor Tetteh, has given a female hawker with a physical disability a treat to brighten her day.
The kind-hearted social media influence gave the physically challenged woman a treat on International Women's Day on March 8.
In an adorable video, the two are seen on the street, where she selected her first desired choice of gifts.
Nana Tea celebrates disabled hawker
She received a makeup transformation before eating at a restaurant. The pair also visited a kart track to climax Women's Day.
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''How I spent my international women's day with a hardworking disabled hawker at 37,'' Nana Tea captioned the footage on Instagram.
Fans and loved ones of the social media influencer praised the kind deed. YEN.com.gh compiled some of the comments below the video:
How netizens reacted to Nana Tea's video
God bless you, Nana.
Yehowa nhyira wo w'ate ? M'ani koraa ataataa nisuo.
Blessings upon blessings.
Beautiful work, cuzzo! She looks amazing.
OMG! Who’s cutting onions?
What's the name of the Kart racing place, please.
The most beautiful thing my eyes have seen today.
I've watched it three times already. God bless you. She's beautiful.
So beautiful to watch.m God bless you
Awwww, bless you.
Nana Tea gives street hawker a treat on Independence Day
Not long ago, YEN.com.gh reported that Ghanaian social media influencer Nana Tea gave a newspaper street hawker the treat of his life on Ghana's Independence Day.
The social media influencer recalled how he spent Independence Day on Monday, March 6, via his verified Facebook account.
Nana Tea disclosed that he picked up one Ayamga George Aetiba, a man who sells mostly newspapers on the street of Accra, and paid all his daily sales so he could rest and enjoy the holiday.
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