- A homeless man, Friday, was given a total transformation that changed his life from a dirty poor person living by the roadside
- In a viral video, the man was taken to a spa, where his face was cleaned and his dentition taken care of
- Immediately the homeless man was informed that people donated over GH¢3,745.79 (N200,000) to him, he ran in joy
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Days ago, a kind Nigerian man (@ositapopcorn) and his partner (@michaelspyder) saw a homeless person, Friday, on the road and they approached him with the intent to give him a makeover.
When @ositapopcorn asked him how long he has been wearing the same clothes, the homeless man said it has been months.
He was very grateful
@ositapopcorn took him to a boutique and bought a new set of wears for him. Before giving him a new look, he made him visit a barber for a nice haircut. Afterwards, they went to a restaurant and a spar to fix his crooked nails.
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In a new video, the man took Friday to a place to have his teeth polished. With tar tars gone, his dentition looks amazingly white.
After they got done, @ositapopcorn told him people donated the sum of N220,000 for his welfare online. When Friday got the cash money, he ran out in joy, then returned, knelt, and praised God.
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions it gathered below when it was reshared by Tunde Ednut:
"This got me teary.. God bless everyone with a heart of gold richly."
"In conclusion People need money/food to be mentally and physically healthy."
"This actually made me cry."
"Way to start the week."
"This boys are doing a good job. Keep it up."
"I wonder what haters will still say about this. They asked them to brighten his teeth now they have, now say som;ething else."
"Awww this made me cry. Awww. Wish I had the money to take him to Dubai. God bless his helpers and the foundation."
Former KNUST Student Raises GH¢27,500 For New Device To Save Newborn Babies With Jaundice
In another kind gesture, YEN.com.gh previously reported that Wendy Boatemaa Ofori, an alumna of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), has presented a new Firefly Phototherapy device to the Kwadaso Hospital in the Ashanti Region.
Firefly is a phototherapy device designed to allow rural hospitals with limited resources and inexperienced staff to treat otherwise healthy newborns for jaundice, said Design That Matters.
Wendy leveraged her social media platforms to collect over GH¢27,500.00 to buy the medical equipment for the local hospital in the Ashanti Region.