- A kind young man, Zachery Derenoiwski, asked a stranger to help him with $2 (GH¢15+) because he left his wallet at home
- Without hesitation, the woman agreed to pay for the socks he already picked for his daughter at a supermarket
- Zachery called her back, rewarded the stranger with the sum of $500 (GH¢3,817.76) much to her surprise, and hugged her
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A young man, Zachery Derenoiwski, approached a stranger in a supermarket, asking her to help pay for the socks he just bought.
He said he needed $2 (GH¢15+) to pay for the items which were for his daughter. After the woman said 'yes' to him, he was amazed and called her back.
More blessed to give
When he asked her why she agreed to pay without a second thought, the woman quoted Acts 20 vs 35 and said:
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"It is more blessed to give than to receive."
Zachery explained that he was trying to test her kindness and gave her $500 (GH¢3,817.76) as a reward for her charity. The woman was surprised.
Watch the video below:
At the time of writing this report, the video had gathered over 1,700 comments when it was reshared by Tunde Ednut
Below are some of the reactions:
"That’s the key. The more you give, the more you receive."
"Humanity starts with you."
"She didn't even hesitate, she's so genuine, God bless her heart now she got 250 times wat she was willing to spend for a stranger Glory to God indeed."
"Givers never lack. I’m always touched to see love for humanity and that’s why one of my prayers is to be so blessed to be a blessing to people."
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"May we always experience and meet human with humanity."
"She was very attentive & at the same time watchful of him, yet she offered to pay. Humanity still pays."
Kind Police Officer Donates Wheelchair to 55-Year-Old Physically Challenged Woman
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a Ghanaian police officer, Lance Corporal Simon Ekpeagba Agbeko, has once again shown kindness as he donated a wheelchair to a physically challenged woman.
The junior police officer with the Accra Regional Police Command presented the wheelchair to a 55-year-old physically impaired woman to aid her mobility.
The mobility aid will help lessen her challenge with moving around at home and undertake other activities with ease.
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