David Boahen Deuces: Inna Real Life Founder Gifts Blind Mom Of 3 Food Items And GH¢6,000, Peeps In Awe

David Boahen Deuces: Inna Real Life Founder Gifts Blind Mom Of 3 Food Items And GH¢6,000, Peeps In Awe

  • Inna Real Life founder, David Boahen Deuces, has donated foodstuff and GH¢6,000 ($555.51) to a visually impaired mother of three
  • According to the social media brand CEO, the deprived recipient's husband has abandoned her and the children
  • Deuces posted heartwarming photographs from the presentation to his Facebook group, which touched members' emotions

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Inna Real Life founder David Boahen Deuces donated foodstuffs and GH¢6,000 ($555.51) to a sight-impaired mother of three after her situation came to his attention.

The CEO of the social media brand shared photographs from the presentation to his popular Facebook group. He delivered five heartfelt frames.

Blind mom abandoned by her husband

Boahen Deuces disclosed that the deprived woman and her kids were abandoned by her spouse.

Photos of David Boahen Deuces, the blind woman, and her kids.
David Boahen Deuces gifts blind mom of 3 foodstuffs and GH¢6,000. Photo credit: amgdeuces_ironboy/Ghanaweb.
Source: Facebook

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''Today, I went to put smiles on the face of a blind woman with three children; her husband has run away, leaving them to suffer for years; I gave the woman GH¢6000 and donated enough foodstuffs, drinks and water for the family.
''God bless every Inna Real Life family member who supported this. They cried, and I also cried before I left there because the woman wanted to end it all, but Glory is to God; her story has changed,'' he posted on Facebook.

Deuces to finance the education of blind mom's eldest daughter

In an interview with YEN.com.gh, Deuces said he's opted to finance the education of the woman's eldest daughter.

''They live in deplorable circumstances. She cannot afford to feed and educate her children. I've decided to look after her eldest kid. One of my members used to assist them, but she moved to Dubai.

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''She described the visually impaired woman and her children to me. I took steps to assist the problem because their living conditions are deplorable,'' he told YEN.com.gh.

After he shared pictures from the presentation, netizens praised the kind gesture of Deuces.

See the images below:

How netizens reacted to the photos and account of Deuces on Facebook

Hajia Zinash commented:

God bless you.

Kwabena Abuoden Ike said:

God bless you.

Queen Agyeiwaa reacted:

God bless you.

Alioune Hanne posted:

God bless you.

Annie Boahen said:

Awww, God bless you, my husband.

Francisca Asomani posted:

God bless you abundantly.

Wendy Boatemaa Ofori said:

God bless you, bro.

Salifu Abdullah WaniGh commented:

May Allah continue to bless you.

Bliss Mobillion said:

God bless you.

Jacobs Dominguez said:

God bless you waaa.

Nikisha Nice commented:

I’m impressed. God bless you.

Flamzy RichKiD posted:

God bless you, CEO and everyone who helped.

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Mavis Adzaho said:

God bless you.

Ghanaian man donates food items to struggling family

In another story, YEN.com.gh reported that a young Ghanaian man extended a hand of support to a nuclear family in Accra who were in dire need of a good Samaritan due to their financial situation.

David Boahen Deuces expressed his sadness in a Faceboothe k post after finding that a woman and her family lived at a kiosk in Nungua, Greater Accra, virtually begging for food daily.

YEN.com.gh also reported that Deuces presented a refrigerator, fan, gas cooker, and many food items to a low-income Ghanaian mother with two sets of twins.

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In a similar story, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the financially disadvantaged parents of newborn triplets in a village in Suhum Municipal District in the Eastern Region of Ghana received help from dozens of people.

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In an interview with YEN.com.gh, social media influencer Nana Tea, born James Annor Tetteh, said one Madam Michy told him about the babies. ''[She] sent me triplets around her neighborhood that needed help.

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