Homeless Mum With Kid By Roadside Tries to Sell Artwork for GH¢36, Collector Buys it for Over GH¢3K (Video)
- A homeless mum who is said to have a disability has sold her simple artwork to a kind collector who bought it for over GH¢3,000 (N207k) instead of GH¢36 (N2k)
- The woman identified as Cori has a child whom she supports with her art sold by the roadside and she said she is passing through difficulties
- The video capturing the moment the work was bought by Isaiah Garza has attracted massive reactions on the internet with many offering to help her more
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Instagram influencer, Isaiah Garza, has shared a heartwarming video of how he bought an artwork made by a homeless mother who sits by the roadside with her baby.
The woman identified as Cori is said to have a disability and is having some challenges paramount of which is shelter.
Her artistic skills to the rescue
Cori has some artistic skills and she put them to use. She makes her drawings and sells them by the roadside where she was spotted by Isaiah who asked her to make a drawing for him.
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She finished the drawing and said it costs GH¢36 ($5). But instead of the low amount, the kind collector paid over GH¢3,000 ($500) for it.
The video capturing the nice act has warmed hearts online with some other kind people offering to do crowdfunding for the mother.
Watch the video below:
Social media users react
"Thank you for supporting a child, a mother and an artist."
"That gorgeous baby!!! Man this broke my fvcking heart man."
"Can we create a go fund me for her? Please."
"This is the one. Every mothers worst fear is not being enough for their child and potentially losing their baby. She will never forget you!!!"
Kind Ghanaian Police Officer Gifts Little Girl GH¢50
In a related story, YEN.com.gh reported that some officers of the Ghana Police Service are changing the negative perception about the force relating to personnel who either beg or extort money from road users.
One kind-spirited police officer showed kindness to a child and her mother while they were en route from Tema to Agbozume.
According to the social media influencer James Annor Tetteh, known popularly as Nana Tea, the uniformed officer gifted the child GH¢50 after stopping their vehicle at Tsopoli tollbooth.
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