- A father and son entertaining people on the street despite their challenges have warmed hearts on social media
- Daniel Gonora, though visually impaired, has over the years paired up with his 13-year-old son who has mastered the use of drums and they perform on the streets of Zimbabwe
- Social media users were left impressed with the show of the duo with many seeking to offer them help
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A visually impaired man and his son have stunned the internet and inspired people with their strong will and positivity to life in spite of pressing problems.
The visually impaired man identified as Daniel Gonora has been playing the guitar for many years and would occasionally perform for people on the street with his 13-year-old son Isaac who is skilled in beating drums.
A video showing one of their performances on a street in Zimbabwe was shared on Instagram by Adeola Fayehun who hailed the duo for their melodious and electrifying performance.
The 13-year-old boy handled the drum set masterly as he hit it in rhythm with the sound played by his father.
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His father showed great multi-tasking skill as he sang and played the guitar at the same time to the admiration of the crowd.
Social media reacts
"Father and son thing. This boy will have stories to share about his father unlike me. All good."
"Wonderful performance without sound improvement gadgets! Help will come to them "
"Just look at the chemistry! Complemented each other well. What an amazing performance I just watched! ❤️them."
"That's the problem with Francophone Africa. No matter your talents, you can waste on the streets. No pity."
"As everyday goes by, we see mysteries, some are beautiful, some are not ! This is beautiful, I found another reason to live "
Blind dry cleaner of 20 years says people take advantage of his visual challenge
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported about a blind man who has been dry cleaning clothes for years.
In an interview with BBC News Pidgin, Akpan lamented that people dupe him due to his blindness.
He stated that new customers usually doubt his ability but get convinced after seeing their clothes washed, ironed and packaged as agreed.
Akpan said that he lost his sight in 2005 and has visited physicians to no success. The man who has been in the dry cleaning business for the past 20 years said some physicians say his sight problem is spiritual.
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